Thursday, September 30, 2010

Bieber-themed headphones. Ew.


Oh what is this world coming to? Did I just really bring another life into our sad, confused, Bieber-headphone-making planet?

Via Engadget

iPad fans, meet the iArm



This gave me the giggles. Not only can you put your iPad, your Kindle, or three remotes on your arm, you can also put a plate of salad. Sold!

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Nerdy TV returns



Set your torrents to "download," nerds. Lots of TV shows are making a comeback this season. And hell, it's about time. Here are my top picks for your download queue, free from major spoilers. Hmm, okay, not really, but I tried.

Monday, September 13, 2010

My guitar rig has evolved



Recently, I had a little experiment on connecting my guitar to my laptop, and I was thrilled with the results. The other day, I dug up older guitar gear, and made my setup even more awesome.

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Cosina to make lenses for Micro Four Thirds. Yippee!



These Micro Four Thirds cameras are starting to become more popular than expected, and legendary lens-maker Cosina is jumping aboard the bandwagon. They recently announced that they'll be making lenses for the Micro Four Thirds system -- no adapters required.

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

This is the future of cameras according to Canon



Canon recently showed the world its concept of the future. It's mighty futuristic too; we expected no less. Anyway, here I go again, reposting news from other sites. What the heck, it's fun. We'll return to regular programming some other time…

Ooh, lookee! 3D lens for Micro Four Thirds cameras



I really don't know why I'm doing this post. I told myself I wouldn't rehash tech news -- there are lots of sites out there that do that and do it faster. But I really couldn't resist this one (or the next post, for that matter). Maybe I'm turning into a camera nut.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Apple TV? Here we go again



Thought I'd just weigh in with my opinion of the peek we've gotten of Apple's new Apple TV. It's a familiar old story. We've all been here before. Ready for some deja vu?