Ever since the recent increase in pricing for requesters, it’s been harder for me to find decent work. And by work, I mean surveys. I’ve recently discovered Mturks as a nice way to make coffee money on my downtime and I can barely break $5/day where I use to be able to pull in $15-$20 with half the effort I do now. Let’s look at the politics of Mturk and the recent drama. Continue reading Amazon Mturk Dying?
The Razer brand of computer hardware is well-known in the gaming community. There’s no need for introductions there, but can we use them for work? I bought the Razer Naga Epic Chroma, (That’s a mouthful) specifically to help me with macros. Just how well does it perform?
A decade ago, a point and shoot digital camera would have been the perfect gift to someone that’s into gadgets and technology. Unfortunately, the era of point and shoot cameras is coming to an end. Today, a smartphone replaces your average point and shoot and you don’t have to carry an extra device. Progress has spoken but is there a still a place for the old point and shoot? Continue reading Are Point and Shoot Cameras Coming To An End?
When it comes to the Mac computing, it has almost become a fashion statement to stay linear with your devices. You own a Macbook? You’re likely to own an iPhone. But is Apple’s Thunderbolt display any different? Coming at a thousand dollars, people question whether or not this display is worth it or if they should go with another. Especially considering the Thunderbolt display is vastly similar to their predecessor the Apple Cinema Display. I have used the Thunderbolt display for about a week and I have a ton of positive thoughts, as well as some negative ones. Let’s get to it!
After half a decade away, I jump back into Android with the launch of the 2013(2nd gen) Nexus 7. I’ve got to say, things have changed! I bought this tablet for a few reasons. First, it’s damn cheap compared to the Galaxy Tabs(Notes), and Apple’s iPad Mini. Second, it has the highest pixel density out of all the 7 inch tablets currently. And last, it’s pure Android without the Samsung bloatware. For $230, it’s a pretty good deal. Some people think tablets are toys and while they can be good fun, I find them extremely useful for doing quick research, reading articles, and quickly looking up a video. Continue reading Nexus 7 (2013) Full Review: Android Revisited