Honestly, how is the Jawbone Up?

  • December 7th, 2011

When the Jawbone Up was announced, I was excited. Excited with the idea of data logging my daily routine. Initial reviews were positive. I almost purchased one until I stopped and wondered “would I really use it?”. I mean sure, of course I would use it. For awhile at least. I probably would have given […]

Reviewed: The Elite by Wicked Lasers

  • November 17th, 2007

Want a Wicked Lasers of your own? Save 10% at checkout with coupon code 531. Wikipedia breaks down the science behind lasers: A laser is an electronic-optical device that produces coherent radiation. The term "laser" is an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. A typical laser emits light in a narrow, low-divergence […]

A Samsung NV11 landed in my lap (review)

  • May 21st, 2007

It’s been quite some time since I’ve been amazed by the "wow" factor of a simple point-n-shoot camera. As manufacturers race to cram every imaginable feature into the smallest form factor imaginable, you begin to see super compact cameras with monster resolutions that are almost too small, dainty, or susceptible to damage with slightest mishandling. […]

Sony Mylo – 8 weeks of college lunch money

  • October 27th, 2006

UPDATE 11/5: This review unit is available for sale on eBay. Sold. Prior to this review, I had the impression that Sony had created a respectable mobile communications device suitable for instant messaging and VoIP users. True to the sales pitch, the Sony Mylo, or “My life online” delivers – to a certain degree. Inspecting […]

ShieldZone Invisible Shield installation

  • June 21st, 2006

In an effort to thwart any further discoloration on my white MacBook, I decided to give ShieldZone’s Invisible Shield a try. This is a recollection of my experiences, initial thoughts, and a primer of sorts for future Invisible Shield users. View the ShieldZone set on Flickr. Similar to the 3M film that many luxury car […]