I was thinking tonight what I wanted to post about and what came to mind was the top sites I enjoy visiting daily outside of my social network sites. So here they are….They all fit a certain place in my daily tasks at the computer, sometimes for inspiration, sometimes for the enjoyment of looking at design, other peoples work etc. I probably have a few more sites I visit but these were the first to come to mind. ENJOY!
This is by far the best mp3/iphone accessory out there. I would love to get my hands on one of these, they come in the color selections of silver and black with a small fee of $75.00. This would be mostly enjoyable when I am working on things and I have to hold the phone to my ear. Now there is a new world because I can plug it right in and still hear everything, unlike the built in speaker. Definitely gotta see reviews to see how much of a punch this small little gadget is packing!
Finally Apple, through their infinite graces, has bestowed upon man the ability to shoot video with the iPhone… and there was much rejoicing. But of course man has a way of being dissatisfied and people grouched about inferior lenses and a mic that’s always pointed towards the floor. Now the OWLE iPhone Video/Rig solves that problem using anodized billet aluminum, a mini boom-mic and a wide angle lens. Simply nestle your iPod inside the metal and silicone case of the OWLE and get ready to shoot the best iPhone video you’ve ever seen. Still shots turn out great as well. The shoe mount on the top and screw mounts on the corners of the OWLE let you do things with the iPhone Apple never planned on.
This phone is a very high tech “dick tracy” style watch, we all remember that cartoon as kids, but it seems to have become more of a reality to call from your watch and “talk to your watch”. I would like to check this thing out in person and give it a little review, because I hope it performs as good as it looks. This will cost you a price of about 650 – 750.
We’ve been hearing for a while that Augmented Reality (or AR) will be everywhere in the next couple of years (maybe months now!). So its already starting with one of the most ‘Avant-Garde’ mag of the Print Industry (technology wise): Esquire Magazine, they already created there E-ink cover few months ago, now they launch their first Augmented Reality issue of Esquire- See video below to blow your mind !
Google never seems to let me down with anything that they create. I may not be the biggest fan of there logo, but i am sure one of there biggest fans with their creations.
The $200 touchscreen tablet known as the CrunchPad has morphed into a $500 device called JooJoo.
Designed and developed by a Singapore-based company, Fusion Garage, JooJoo is tablet-like device made for internet surfing and little else.
Wired.com got some hands-on time with the JooJoo. At 2.4 lbs, JooJoo is a lightweight, slim tablet with a vivid, crisp 12.1-inch touchscreen display.
Taking it back, way back, every 16-mm film reel has a story. It is amazing how much technology has changed in such a sort time. Appreciate your roots.