Along with writing a couple of posts this past week for my gadget (porn) opinion and commentary blog I also rolled out a minor refresh to the site. And there's more to come! I've felt for a while that I have no motivation (and as of late, no TIME) to write, even to blog. So instead, I've been taking my morning drive and vlogging to myself.
You'd think I could just turn on an audio recorder and be done with it, but no -- I actually turn on the camera and start vlogging (like the good old days). But instead of posting it online, eventually I sit down with the video and type it up, edit a little, and post it online. Or at least, that's what I've done with ONE vlog-to-blog. I have about three or four more sitting in the pipeline, waiting to be transcribed.
I THINK it's a good process, at least for Touching Gadgets, and time will tell if I'm even remotely correct.
Here's a recap of all the gadgety-fun (in reverse-chronological order, starting with that aforementioned vlog-to-blog)
There are a lot of different aspects to my digital/creative consulting business (which serves Orlando, Winter Park, and Central Florida area). Although I primarily focus on creative consulting for small and online businesses -- I design and build websites, produce videos, and generate creative content -- the other services I offer are technical consulting, recommendations, purchasing assistance, and a little tech support here and there.
All 6.3-inches of the Samsung Galaxy Mega are officially available on AT&T. $149 on contract, and only $479 off contract.
My fingers .... they're itching to touch the new Mac Pro!!!!
We're already well aware of the unified Google+ login/identification on YouTube, but this was news to me today. Google automatically created a Google+ page for my YouTube channel. I haven't delved into it at all (I don't even use Google+) but the writing is clearly on the wall: Google+ is devouring YouTube. One day, our YouTube channel URL's will simply redirect to a Google+ page.
I should be writing about it soonish, but my experience with drawing on the iPad mini has been pretty bad. Between the lack of bezel and Apple's touch rejection algorithms, even Wacom's comfortable Bamboo Stylus is a pain to use. (The mini's underpowered processor and paltry RAM also don't help.)
The anguished musings of a jack-of-all trades creative professional based out of Longwood, Florida. Find out more about him here. You know, if that's your 'thing'.
Most of my production music is original but if I need something extra-special, I usually get it from AudioNautix.com: