Browsing gemini content on a Kindle is a pleasant, distraction-free experience
My attempts at avoiding doomscrolling and living a healthier digital lifestyle
I live an anti-consumerist lifestyle - one that is focused on maximizing health, time, and money rather than the acquisition of _stuff*.
I've been using an e-scooter to get to and from public transport, and it's liberating!
I now commute with both and e-bike and an e-scooter!
I was on the cover of a magazine, thanks to the work being done at IBM Research!
I've come to realise that mobile app development is too difficult for beginner programmers, but it can be made simpler.
I thought I'd run through the important online services I use, in case it will be of benefit to other freelancers.
Here is a list of some of my favourite apps that should give newbies a fresh perspective on the capabilities of their new device.
This is my post for Blog Action Day 2009 regarding the topic of climate change
Kind of like a misnomer, but with numbers.
It's amazing what far-reaching implications a subtle change in my routine can have on my life...
There maybe some things to cheer about in the [latest crime statistics], but it's not all good news, sadly.
If you're thinking of buying a projector, think of buying two rather. Here's why...
South Africa officially switched on its digital TV signal on November 1 2008
My article on TechLeader about Netbooks
They are in your Facebook, mining your data...
Joining the new geek sub-culture of getting things done and getting the most out of life
My recent gadget buying spree has left me with a gold mine of geeky gadgets.
Like "military intelligence", these are words that just don't go together. Right?