I’m amazed that someone thought that applying DRM to a coffee machine was a good idea. Using single-use disposable coffee pods is not great for the environment — we use a refillable pod, which would be locked out under the Keurig 2.0 system. Consumers hate DRM — in music, in movies, in anything — but […]
I guess it’s about time I mention it broadly, rather than simply hint at it or just let a few folk know. As of the end of the month, I’ll be leaving my very cool and amazing world-class family at Apple retail and joining the team at the Alberta School of Business at the University […]
Look closely, you’ll see Edmonton bus stop signs, Ada bvld. homes, and maybe even a river valley toboggan hill. More details on the making of the ad here. And more video used in the making of spot.
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It’s a notebook, plain and simple. A very well-made notebook, to be sure. It is, perhaps, a premium notebook (which would justify the price). I know, I have one. And it’s quite nice. Yet, Moleskine is also a brand that brings a lot of emotion and sentiment to the humble notebook. Notebooks are about remembering […]
This weekend was a busy one with the regular life stuff, as well as drawing a winner for the Palm Pre 2 giveaway contest. Through a rigirous and exacting process of filtering new followers reviewing tweets, and generating a random number a random number of times — the winner of the Palm Pre 2, Touchstone […]
Last year around this time, Canon introduced the Rebel T2i (also known as the EOS 550D). An awesomely speced-out camera, as all the Rebel’s are, aimed squarely at the consumer Digital SLR and home video market — yes, the Rebel T2i was a true hybrid. Well, today Canon reprised that tune with the announcement of […]