You know the flustered feeling that all your tech devices and social media services can bring? Turns out, the overwhelming mental clutter can be relieved. I’m not talking about a radical shift like Digital Minimalism, although that would help. It can be simple. In this case, I’m referring to an informative post with a few ideas for a Digital Reset. Continue reading Reset Your Digital Self
Since getting my first Apple Watch on December 24, 2020, I’ve worn it every single day for a solid month; this post is a review of my experience. How does the watch fit my lifestyle, or how has my life adapted to a smartwatch on my wrist? And might Apple Watch be a good match for your daily mobile living? Continue reading A Month With Apple Watch
As this post shows, I might start doing “Aside” posts again for short things like status updates. They’re meant to be fast and easy, so no tags or featured image. I use the Standard post format and an “Aside” category. Their format looks different in the blog feed simply by the featured image omission. General updates: Widgets: Removed some Revised some Rearranged all Added new … Continue reading Blog Revamp
You’re likely happy with your current smartphone. Most phones today are beyond “good-enough.” A lot of folks upgrade just for a better camera; I’m inclined likewise. And the one thing that would excite me most, I think, is if the iPhone 13 for 2021 will have a new periscope camera lens for optical zoom beyond 2x! Continue reading A Periscope iPhone Camera
Do you think it’s okay for a guy to carry a man-bag? If so, are there any that you recommend? That’s what I’ve been looking into lately. I like the idea of EDC (every day carry) bags for men and how that intersects with mobile computing. And I’m on a quest to find the bag that’s quintessential for the essentials. Continue reading A Man Bag For Every Day Carry
Microsoft is doing a thing. It looks interesting and exciting to this tech nerd. A new OS is coming along soon, called Windows 10X (poor name IMO), but more important are the new devices along with it. Basically, we’re talking about Windows powered Chromebooks, which I’m calling EdgeBooks. Continue reading The EdgeBook Is Born!
So, it happened. After much time, Google officially bought Fitbit; the deal is done. This tech news is tainted though. Why? I doubt Google will be a good steward of Fitbit. Look at what happened to both Motorola and Nest. Continue reading Doubt Befits Google Fitbit
Okay, here’s what’s up. I’m pausing my social media usage. Why? Lately, Twitter and Facebook have been negative or harmful. I’ve felt the adverse effects on myself, and I’ve seen it happen to others. Again, I’m re-thinking that social media’s affect on society is detrimental. It’s also unnecessary. Continue reading My Latest Social Media Distancing