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Pastebot Reviewed

Within macOS, the Mac stores text and images you’ve copied into its clipboard. It works well enough when performing simple tasks like copying a sentence and pasting it into a …

 
SkyBell HD Reviewed

I never gave much thought to doorbells or security monitoring systems until the day I had a package stolen right from my front door. That event transpired on a sunny …

 
Life with the Echo Dot

I speak for myself when I say that talking to a computer is more of a novelty than a practical tool. I’ve used Siri and Cortana on the desktop, and …

 
Review: Anker Powerline Cables

Not all USB to Lightning cables are made the same. Despite their premium price, the USB to Lightning cables Apple bundles in with their iPhones and iPads tend to fray …

 
Nest Thermostat: 1st Impressions

Thermostats have always been so utilitarian in my world, I’ve never given them much thought. They’re largely invisible devices that only bring attention to themselves when the temperature levels become …

 
Mounting a Cintiq: Part 2

In my last post, I shared my thoughts on using the Loctek 7DL mounting arm with my Wacom Cintiq 27 QHD drawing tablet. This time around I’m looking at the …

 
Mounting a Cintiq: Part 1

Wacom’s Cintiq 27 QHD is a massive piece of kit. While it’s an AMAZING drawing device, out of the box it lacks adjustability. Since hunching over my Cintiq for hours …

 
New T-shirts!

At long last, new T-shirts are in my Threadless store, with a revised focus on my love for drawing vehicles. These designs will be available at a discounted price until …

 
Flume for Instagram

Raise your hands if you’ve wished for an Instagram viewer on the Mac. Okay, me too. (I’m pcweenies on Instagram if you care to see my scribbles.) While looking at …

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