I reviewed the PRADA Phone by LG 3.0 for the Verge this week and discovered that LG is as incapable of designing a power button as it is naming its products.
This is a labor of love. Hope you like it.Clarification in reply to comments on the article: “One thing that quite a few commenters don’t seem to appreciate: There were no photos on my device. The street addresses listed were from Picasa Web Albums marked as ‘private.’ They were synced at one point, but had […]
I just read Jamie Keene’s excellent article on Brandon Generator, a crowd-sourced story project by Edgar Wright and Tommy Lee Edwards. It’s a film noir-inspired story written by Edgar Wright — the man behind Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, and Spaced — that follows the story of Brandon Generator, […]
If you haven’t found it by yourself already, Paul Miller’s Verge at Work feature on managing ideas is an enlightening read. There’s a great little video that accompanies the article as well. My ultimate concept here is that whenever I have an idea, I can easily record it, and whenever I want to write I […]
A full-fat version of this piece is now available over at The Verge, I highly recommend that over this slightly hastily-written post. The Nokia 808 PureView is one of the most exciting phones I’ve used in a long time. So much so that, despite it’s well-detailed flaws, I’m going to be buying one. Unless you’ve […]
Yesterday I published a short report on Google obscuring military sites in its maps. Since publishing it, I’ve been accused of link-baiting, Google bias (hey, it makes a change from being called an Apple fanboy), spreading FUD, and all manner of other evil activities. Here’s the full report. I’d hoped the report would raise some […]