Month: December 2010
My top Apps of 2010
Everyone’s got a Top ‘something’ of the year list, so I thought I’d jump in with my picks for Top Apps of 2010 — with a little twist; only one app, per platform, amongst the 3 platforms I use (Windows, iOS (iPad), and Internet). Yes, Internet, for my purposes is a platform — it’s mostly […]
3 Awesome Photo apps for your iPad
Now I know what you're thinking -- Brad, the iPad doesn't have a camera so why would I want photography apps on it. Well, because the iPad is portable, has a great screen that presents photos better than any other mobile device, and lets you d...
Kodak All-in-One is awesome asset in the digital darkroom
“Man that sucker’s huge”, was my first thought as I unboxed Kodak’s new flagship All-In-One photo printer. But that stands to reason, as the Kodak ESP 9250 All-in One Printer (henceforth known as ‘the 9250’ or ‘Kodak Unit’), does a lot more than just print. And that’s why it’s so hard to write about these Swiss […]
Indoor or out, the Soulra shines!
Over the last few weeks I've been listening to my iPod Touch tunes with a ruggedized solar-powered sound system -- the Soulra. And this could be one solution to a problem I've had for a while now; how to take my music outside with me and ...
iPad and iPhone used in Christmas Concert
I’m always a sucker for iPad and iPhone ‘instrument’ videos, so here’s another — an iBand performing at a community church. North Point’s iBand from North Point Web. Though the instruments are virtual, the musicianship is real. Well done!
Show your parents you care — tech style
It’s highly likely that many of you, like me, are responsible for technical support of your families’ computer systems and internet connection. Earlier today I found a great little microsite (by Google) that’ll help you suppo...
This is the week that was
Apple gears up to get some Nortel Patents, and some new formfactor iPads? Google has a big week in a whole lot of areas, and Gorilla Glass finally gets acknowledged for the wonder material that it is:
Commerce in a post-Wikileaks economy
You’ve likely seen the news that Visa, Mastercard, PayPal and others are under distributed denial of service (DDOS) attacks by folk who feel that WikiLeaks headman Julian Assange is being persecuted for distributing sensitive information he...