Technology has always fascinated me. Sometimes it’s software. Other times, it’s an addition to a DIY hardware upgrade. Here you will find my reviews of different tech purchases. Have a better workaround? Please let me know!
My laptop crashed twice in college. After the second time, I just wasn’t willing to fork out the cash to install certain programs again. I was broke. I was frustrated. I was a college student with many friends in the same boat… Through some quick research and conversations, there were many recommendations on free alternatives others … Continue reading Free Software Options
I backed the Tesla Amazing Kickstarter a few years ago. I’m always on the hunt for unusual projects to back that I could make real use of. Being someone who runs through post-it notes like kleenex some days, I wanted to find out how useful it would be. With the magnetic board proving quite helpful … Continue reading Tesla Amazing Magnetic Notes: First Impression
This is not a paid promotion/recommendation. All thoughts are my own. Tweepi is my main cleanup tool for maintaining my Twitter account. Whether I’m unfollowing abandoned accounts, finding new followers or studying how often others are tweeting–I just enjoy the free tool. There are premium features you can pay for, but I find that there’s … Continue reading Tweepi
Everyone has their favorite SNS platform and Twitter is one of my top choices. After almost six years, I’m still using it daily if not weekly. This was my groundbreaking first tweet. I started using it more consistently for a class. Our professor wanted us to get practice at being concise with article headlines. 140 characters, … Continue reading Why I Tweet
This is another product find I have to credit to my job. lol. A recent pattern over the last year or so. What is so tech-based about a table? Well, LAMOU offers tables with the designs 3D printed on the surface. You can select from their own collections, featured artists or even upload your own image to … Continue reading LAMOU Table: First Impressions
I was amazed to find out that Twitter lists are apparently still rather underutilized. Lists are one of my favorite features. Now, I know Twitter has talked of filtering the feed anyway. This is an idea which I highly disagree with since there are so many ways to control filtering already. Lists are a nice way … Continue reading Do You Use Twitter Lists?
This has been such a crazy few months for me. I went from getting settled to being on fast-forward nonstop. I’m still reeling with all the amazing (positive) changes. Here’s just a sampling of what I’ve been up to recently. — CreatingILTalent One of the big focuses in the tech industry has been lack of … Continue reading A Bias Take on Tech
FTC Disclaimer: I purchased these products with my money. I have not received any payment or incentives for this review, nor am I affiliated with the company in any way. All thoughts are my own. If you watched the video above, you now know how the assembly works for the Foldio 2. I just wanted … Continue reading Foldio 2 Review: Initial Thoughts
Back in March, I picked up a Samsung Gear VR for free as part of a promotion with my cell phone carrier when I made the switch to the S7 Edge (which I still adore). As my love for Samsung products is no secret, I had to try this out. Fun fact: I’ve dealt with … Continue reading Samsung Gear VR: Unboxing and First Impressions
I download a crazy number of apps regularly. Let’s put it this way, I have an app that tells me what are free/discounted apps every day (Appsgonefree). So I thought it might be fun to share some of my current favorites with you all if you’re trying to find something different yourself. Today’s apps are … Continue reading Fun iPhone Apps
My new laptop came in over the weekend, so you know what that means—product reviews! Having been able to spend a week or so using the product, I want to share my thoughts. I’ll keep checking in on social media as I continue to test features out. Thanks to the team over at The Insiders, … Continue reading Samsung Connect Home Pro: First Impression
How The Insiders Campaigns Work When I received notification that The Insiders had a new campaign open for the Samsung Gear IconX, I knew I had to apply. The promo video was impressive and I had to know if it would live up to the hype. Especially as the deposit was half the retail price. … Continue reading Samsung Gear IconX: Unboxing & Review
Like many others, I get bombarded with ads for wearable tech. I’ve been rather vocal about my reluctance to give into it because I hate the idea of giving a third-party so much information about my life and health. However, I eventually got to the point of acceptance. Acceptance that my information is already out … Continue reading LEAF by bellabeat