Category: Reviews

While Jaybird is again talking about warranty, they headphones broke yet again. Listen to me talk about them and what I’m doing now for a set of running headphones.

Today we are going to look at the Feature Sock and talk a bit about my training and the bit of an injury I’m dealing with.

Today I’m talking about my Jaybird Freedom 2 headphones after 6 months with them. This is an update to my original post on them where I was critical of their function because after 3 weeks they had died on me.

How do the Sense Pro 2’s compare to the SpeedCross 4’s? How do they fit wide feet? Today we’re going to find out.

The rule in our house is that kids wear helmets on bikes and scooters and skateboards and any wheeled transport they propel. Recently it was time to upgrade the helmet of the 4 year old. The hand me down was too small and past its useful life anyway. Off we went to the local bike […]

Tactile Turn Slider & Glider

I love using pen and paper. I use a daily journal and plan all my tasks with a weekly planner. Sure there are digital tools that are possibly more efficient, but I always prefer effective over efficient. Along with being picky about the notebooks I use, I like a nice writing utensil as well. The […]

Like many cyclists or weight lifters, I’ve got a problem. So many of the pants and shorts that are available simply don’t fit my legs or butt. Oh sure if instead of a 36″ waist I go for a 42″ they fit, but that doesn’t count. For a while I’ve been looking at trying out […]

I always have at least one notebook with me, and quite often have 2 or 3 with me. The one that's always with me is a pocket notebook and after trying Baron Fig, Moleskine, and a few types of Field Notes books, I've decided that the only notebook in my pocket is the Field Notes […]

I recently wrote about my large bag for my regular work communte, the Timbuk2 Cuatro. Even in its smaller configuration the bag is simply way to big to haul with me on the weekends. Knowing this I purchased the Timbuk2 Catapult. This is a small messenger style bag. Just big enough to hold my MacBook […]

  I think that every iPad needs a good cover or case to go with it. The easy default is the Apple branded covers because they’re cheap and instantly available. That’s what my iPad Pro 9.7 started with, but I knew it wasn’t what I’d end up using. In the past I’ve purchased robust cases […]