hey, brian here, editor of the site that lifehacker was so rad to link to. rice cookers...that's not a specific thing to dorms where you might not even have a sink or stove to wash stuff in. no kitchen. Anyhow, we did a rice cooker piece, which I think is the best in the world. We had japanese chefs rank the rice,… Read more
OK, COOl thanks Alan.
Hey Brian here, formerly from Gizmodo, now at The Wirecutter. We spend like 40 hours checking cases and also worked with Nick Guy from ilounge, the best case reviewer we have seen so far (ever) as far as iphone and ipad protection goes. We both agree the Switcheasy case is our favorite. It's slim but protective, and… Read more
maybe give it time. took me about 15 years of career fumbling to design it how I like it. and learn to not be afraid to ask for help.
sold my new car and got a 2000 dollar toyota. doing ok with work but I definitely do not buy shit I do not need and spend most of my money on airplane tickets or on meals for my girlfriend. I dont spend money on junk is the main thing. and yeah, i've been lucky to have family and good jobs that have supported me.… Read more
Woz, what's the right balance for young people in terms of buying new gear and having experiences (like travel, theater, lessons)?
Woz, you are one of the most honest people I have come across in technology. Sometimes, you say things like "Android is ok!" or that you're hoping the hackers win when it comes to jailbreaking. (Not sure these are the exact phrases but you know what I mean.) Does apple ever get upset when you say things that are… Read more
an interesting idea!
only below 90 feet, I heard
well the three phds in the lab who had high pitched voices and my own voice beg to differ