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MISBEHAVIOUR, DeeJay Where are your roots as a DJ? They come from the 80′s warehouse party scene, where it was all about getting down and having fun. I love to send people home at the end of a night happy … Continue reading
What do you do? I make film, i do underground art work, I use old school cameras, I do films and I do photo-documentaries. What camera are you using? I use the PhotoBlaster camera. It’s got two lenses, but I … Continue reading
Who are you and what are you doing in this weather? Hi, I’m Ursula. I thought it would be a great day to take some pictures of the snow and brought some peanuts to entice the squirrels, they usually look … Continue reading
What’s your involvement in the techworld? I’m pretty much a blog girl, you can check me out at shegeeks.net. I report what’s going on in the tech world but in a way it’s breaking it down to people who are … Continue reading
[Interview with Steven Swenson, Global Brand Manager, TDK Life On Record] What was the inspiration behind the TDK Boombox design? The TDK Life on Record 2-Speaker Boombox was inspired by a consumer research conducted with series music enthusiasts who conveyed … Continue reading
[by andrew kwon] GM’s all-electric EN-v concept car isn’t a robot, but it looks the part. The compact two-seater, shown for the first time in the U.S. at CES, incorporates Segway-like balancing technology. It also has networking capabilities so it … Continue reading
[by andrew kwon] Last year at CES, Polaroid unveiled Lady Gaga as their new creative director. This year, they revealed the product of their collaboration–the Polaroid Grey Label. The unlikely collabo has produced three items in their line, including the … Continue reading
[by andrew kwon] “What the hell am I looking at?” you ask? Besides the complicated name, the specs reveal a very fancy air purifier. But in reality, the Moneual RYDIS H1004 is the closest to a real multi-capable household robot. … Continue reading
[by andrew kwon] Well, let’s jump right into it. The Razer Switchblade might be one of the coolest things I saw at CES and it’s definitely making a splash in the gaming community. The Razer Switchblade is a little smaller … Continue reading
[by andrew kwon] Top learnings from CES 2011; the microprocessor is in everything these days, all objects will soon be networked, smart design will always prevail, retro is back and oh yes, all things internet. This year, coverage of tablets, … Continue reading