Driving seat: Living with The Flip

Reading Time: 2 minutes A while ago I shared the unboxing pictures of The Flip camcorder that I got sent by Weber Shandwick. I’ve had a chance to play with it and here’s my inital thoughts. The device is pretty robust and has been perfectly happy to float around in the bottom of my messenger bag the past number … Read moreDriving seat: Living with The Flip

Unboxing: The Flip

Reading Time: 3 minutes My old colleague Jonny Rosemont, now a digital guru Weber Shandwick have sent me The Flip a simple video recorder for the YouTube generation for me to review on behalf of from Flip Video UK as part of their blogger outreach programme –  in his own words ‘We’ve got a handful of units available for … Read moreUnboxing: The Flip

Tales from the mall

Reading Time: 3 minutes Wandering around the Time Square complex in Causeway Bay yesterday gave me some food for thought: Personal wellness here is big business – there is a couple of shops dedicated to mechanical massage machines. Some were like white leather lazy boy chairs, others looked like a foot bath. Add to that at least six shops … Read moreTales from the mall

Its not them, it’s us

Reading Time: 1 minute Filed under: marketing, consumer, design, business, consumer behaviour, electronics, technology — renaissancechambara @ 10:28 pm Commodore Vic 20 Originally uploaded by renaissancechambara. I got forwarded an interesting link from AdAge.com ‘Americans Spend an Average of $1,200 Annually on Gadgets — but Don’t Understand Much of the Tech They’re Buying‘ that highlighted research about consumers and … Read moreIts not them, it’s us

Recursive experience

Reading Time: 1 minute I had a pretty surreal moment yesterday. I usually listen to the Wall Street Journal Online Late Day Tech Briefing podcast since it gives you the main tech news sprinkled with a little market news. Together with an email from the San Jose Mercury’s Good Morning Silicon Valley blog, it marks the end of my … Read moreRecursive experience