When I review a product it’s based on personal experience after buying the product either for a client or myself. I don’t do “reference reviews” where the reviewer places the product next to a bunch of similar ones and runs a series of calibration tests to see which offers the best pure performance. There are… Read More Note About My Reviews
Product: MartinLogan’s Motion Vision Soundbar Retail Price: $1500 Released this past summer, MartinLogan’s Motion Vision aims to fill a small-but-significant gap in home theater offerings: the “high end” soundbar. There are very few products in this category and understandably so. If you have over $1000 to spend on a sound system, why not just go… Read More Review: MartinLogan Motion Vision Soundbar
How do you surprise someone who wants to be surprised? That’s the problem I faced proposing to my girlfriend. If I did anything out of the ordinary, she’d be suspicious. I knew I wanted to do it around New Year’s — which would give us enough time to have a summer wedding — but as… Read More How does a techie-filmmaker-magician pop the big question?
There’s a growing demand for “à la carte” cable pricing — i.e. the ability to pick and choose just the individual channels you want. After all, why pay for stuff you aren’t using? Paying only for the TV that you plan to consume makes sense. More choice and lower bills? Sign me up! Right? There’s… Read More Is à la carte cable really the answer?
I saw this commercial again just last night. I get that when the HTC Evo came out in June, Sprint wanted to really play up its “first” status among 4G cell phones, which was a great idea back when it was the only 4G phone. But all Sprint’s doing now is reminding people the Evo is… Read More Why is Sprint still airing their "first" Evo commercial?
I tried out Sony’s Google TV solution at a Sony store today. No, make that: I tried to try out Sony’s Google TV solution. I wanted to write a quick post today about my first thoughts on it, but I can’t, because I spent more time trying to figure out the darned remote than… Read More Sony’s Google TV remote is a handful. Literally. And not in a good way.
Breaking up with your cable company is harder than it looks.… Read More So you want to break up with your cable company…