A while ago I wrote a post about the then new Apple iPad Pro with its awesome keyboard. I gushed about it already in that post, and that aspect hasn’t changed, but I’ve gotta say, Apple’s new version of IOS really catapults this device into new planes of usefulness.
There are some people I talk to who at the mere mention of video games will give me a look that says “You are a child” and then proceed to tell me about how they’d never play games because they’re an utter waste of time. Valiant Hearts is a fine example of why I think … More Valliant Hearts – My Kind of Game
So, after suffering a few years with a flaky iPad Air 2, my lovely wife convinced me that it was OK to treat myserlf last week, and I got myself a 9.7″ iPad Pro with the Smart Keyboard. To be honest, I’ve been super unhappy with Apple keyboards of late. They seem to think that … More Apple IPad Pro Smart Keyboard
Readers of this blog will know that I love mechanical keyboards. Traditionally I go for the super clicky Cherry MX Brown switches. However, my next door neighbor at work very politely informed me that I was driving him stark raving bug house with the machine gun like sound of my typing. So, after some heart … More So I got a new keyboard (WASD Code 104 Key)
A couple of years back, frustrated by the challenges of running my own WordPress site, I decided to give Pelican a try.
It feels like there are new security issues around WordPress every week.
For years my Android using friends have been revving about Swype.
I Love/Hate Chrome! Having used the Chrome browser regularly for a couple of years now, I really love quite a number of things about it. It’s fast The developer tools are superb It has a vibrant user community, including a number of very smart people whose opinions I respect who are also huge fans However, its … More The Chrome Conundrum
One of the things I have always enjoyed about what I do is that I have, from pretty much day 1 in the technology industry, worn many hats. No matter what my job title said, I have always done pretty much whatever needs doing whether or not it crosses into what others might consider a discipline that’s not … More The Joy of DevOps (Or, Return of the Living Generalist!)
These days it seems like almost everybody (at least almost everybody in the technology world) has made bashing Apple their new favorite past time.