The iPhone 11 Pro, though only a few months old, has become a wonderful “every day carry” camera. Sure I take my kit — Leica SL, Leica f2/50mm lens, Really Right Stuff Tripod/Ballhead and WineCountryCamera filters — to make landscapes or abstracts on the beach. But when walking around the city or along the beach, … Continue reading [Photo Set] Around San Francisco
A problem that rears its ugly head twenty years later, because people took some short cuts — that is a norm in modern society, and the Y2020 bug is just a perfect illustration of the “kick the can down the road” philosophy modern world seems to function on these days. The Y2020 bug, which has … Continue reading Y2K? It is more like Y2020 Bug
On the last day of 2019, I set myself a simple goal: I will get back to regularly sharing some of the best articles I read. I don’t think there is a good substitute for personal, human curation – at least, not yet. And yes, what we share does tell others a lot about us. … Continue reading What’s Worth Reading (today)
I was reading this blog post over on the Klipsch blog and came across a bit that totally explains the difference between AirPods and AirPod Pros. One seems to be an earbud while the other qualifies as an earphone. Earbuds are usually plastic and one-size-fits-all. Depending on the shape of your ears, these features can … Continue reading So that’s the difference between AirPods and AirPods Pro!
Chetan Sharma, a very influential mobile industry analyst every year polls the industry insiders including leaders of some of the biggest and most important networking and telecom companies. He seeks their opinions on the year that was, and what to expect in the year to come. “Over the course of the decade, the number of … Continue reading Apple & Steve Jobs defined mobile in the 2010s