Archive for the ‘Technology’ Category

One of the most interesting news I read in the past few days, apart from iPhone related ones, is the announcement of the Olympus E-P1. Here is a tiny camera, smaller than a Canon G10, that has a interchangeable lens system, and has a decent sized imaging sensor — not quite the APS-sized cropped frame […]


This is so yesterday, literally, but the new iPhone 3GS (‘S’ for Speed!) was finally announced yesterday at WWDC and what has been rumored, speculated, dispelled, confirmed, dispelled again, finally happened. The geek that I am, I eagerly awaited the announcement, and kept reloading the live blogging by Engadget as I combed over the post […]


Looks like Belkin isn’t the only company found inflating their own reviews. Now the backup company, Carbonite, is also caught with its hand in the cookie jar. So a company that’s supposed to be trustworthy enough for you to trust your data with them is found underhandedly writing positive reviews about their own service on […]


Gosh, editing is hard work! After talking about wanting to put together a photo book for my holiday in Spain for a while now, I finally got off my keister and started working on it. At about 2pm yesterday, I fired up the BookSmart software from Blurb and thought about what images should go into […]


Photo books

15Jan09

Ever since I tried the “free” photo book from Shutterfly, I’ve really hooked onto the idea of printing one with each of our vacations. However, while the Shutterfly book was fine, the whole experience could’ve been better — the laying out and format was driving me nuts. So, I’ve been looking around for another printer […]