Friday, May 25th, 2012
Create blocks and move them around by typing in commands from a simple programming language. Anyone can do it. A fascinating combination of programming and building with blocks! Continue reading
If you have an Android phone, you already might have a preloaded LED Flashlight app. However, you might find it difficult to even find it, because it’s not in the main apps. This is because it comes as a widget which you have to enable. And then, sometimes, it’s buggy at best and doesn’t work consistently – like the one on the Samsung Galaxy Note. So let’s hit the marketplace! Continue reading
Black and white photography has become a “thing” – meaning that everyone likes it, everyone wants it and, sadly, everyone thinks that they can do it well. But not everyone can. Black and white photography, just like every other art form, has rules and characteristics that separate the artistic from the thing that anyone with a camera and Photoshop can do. Continue reading
I just got an Android 4.0 phone with a limited data plan. I heard that the Android sleep policy settings can help conserve data usage, but all I can find are instructions from earlier versions that don’t work with my phone. Can you help? Continue reading
Looking for tips on how to be a better writer? Then you’ve gotta check out the ten tips from The Ultimate Guide to Writing Better Than You Normally Do! Continue reading
I’ve Always Wanted To Know:
Do expensive cables work better then cheaper cables?
This is a question many people ask themselves when purchasing a flat screen tv or a new audio system. The simple answer is: Yes & No. Simple, wasn’t it?
The argument for No:
In terms of picture quality and audio quality when talking about