Feedbin   37733

« earlier    

It had us at "Hello": The iPhone turns 10 - CBS News
External Link: The iPhone at 10 – Feedbin Starred Entries for toph.allen@gmail.com
Feedbin 
yesterday by toph
Automotive accessory startup Pearl is shutting down - The Verge
via Feedbin Starred Entries for steven.lubitz@gmail.com
Feedbin 
yesterday by WickedGood
Pop music genres illustrated with Toto's Africa on a lightweight portable keyboard / Boing Boing
Seth Everman (previously) reports on "when you try all the sounds and beats on your synth while only playing Toto's Africa."

"hello my dudes it has been 9 years but i have returned with some more garbage for you to enjoy."

Though the magic is in his brilliant performance (encore!), his weapon of choice is the Yamaha MM8 workstation, whose mid-range characteristics give it the loaf to model all the genres, but also the cheese to make them taste good on YouTube.
IFTTT  Feedbin  Starred  Entries  for  feedbin@pjohnkeane.com 
yesterday by pjohnkeane
The Lanier Briefcase by Nock Co. is Now Available
When I last wrote about Nock Co.’s Lanier briefcase last September (2016), it was still just a Kickstarter project , albeit one that got funded within the first day.

Here’s what I said:

They were nice enough to send me a Lanier prototype for testing prior to the project launch, and I’ve gotta say, I love the build quality of this thing. It simply feels great to hold and use, right down to the zippers (which are of the YKK variety, by the way). The main compartment has more than enough room for my iPad, keyboard, and Confidant; the front zipper pocket is where my charger goes; and the removable pouch is perfect for the memo books, earbuds, and writing utensils.

And now, the Lanier is available for direct purchase at Nock Co.’s site for $98. The Black/Aqua prototype they sent me is still something I use almost every day (basically whenever my wife and I need to do work away from the RV). It fits everything I listed in that first post plus my wife’s iPad 4 + keyboard case and our son’s Amazon Kindle Fire Kid’s Edition (you know, the one with the thick blue shell). It’s a tight fit with all that stuff but it works.

After nine months traveling around the country with this thing, I can definitely attest to its quality and durability. My only quibble is that I wish there were a way to attach a shoulder strap, but even that’s not too big a deal. Get one for yourself and thank me later.

Buy Now
feedbin  rss_starred 
yesterday by mbbatz
Who Americans spend their time with / Boing Boing
Dan Kopf's Who Americans spend their time with is a chart—six of them—that show the number of hours a day people spend with n over the course of their lives. Together they tell a story. The sixth is a gut-punch. But not, perhaps, if you're introverted.
IFTTT  Feedbin  Starred  Entries  for  feedbin@pjohnkeane.com 
2 days ago by pjohnkeane
Coming out as a Slytherin | Ars Technica
via Feedbin Starred Entries for steven.lubitz@gmail.com
Feedbin 
2 days ago by WickedGood
Mighty Gunvolt Burst Review - Switch eShop | Nintendo Life
via Feedbin Starred Entries for steven.lubitz@gmail.com
Feedbin 
2 days ago by WickedGood

« earlier    

related tags

david@drmaciver.com  entries  feedbin  feedbin@pjohnkeane.com  for  ifttt  joewiz@gmail.com  rss_starred  starred 

Copy this bookmark:



description:


tags: