L’artiste returns with its latest and purest implementation of anti-anti-anti-art. An NFT which encompasses the idea of nothingness in a more profound way than ever “seen” before.Read more “l’espacenégatif”
lecarrénoir – an exclusive NFT representing the logical reductive endpoint of art as a concept. The first piece of commercially-released anti-anti-anti-art, and a unique opportunity to own and treasure the beginnings of a brand new artistic movement. Is it just a black square, or something profoundly more?Read more “lecarrénoir”
Chargie is a USB dongle that fits between your charger and phone and allows you to fully control when and how much to charge. I bought one to prolong the life of my original Google Pixel phone. Let’s see if it really does what it claims.Read more “Chargie Review”
Why does Google hate my kids?
Google offers some great services for kids, but over the last year some have been phased out in favour of non-kid-friendly replacements. I take a look at the move from Google Play Music to YouTube Music and from Hangouts to Google Chat.Read more “Why does Google hate my kids?”
Photoshop 22.3 – Bugs and Crashes
I’ve been using Adobe Photoshop since version 4.0 in 1996, and professionally since version 6.0 in 2001. Each release has brought benefits and improvements, and many have introduced the occasional bug. Never in the last 25 years have I had to deal with a version as broken as 22.3. How on earth did this unstable update get released?Read more “Photoshop 22.3 – Bugs and Crashes”
Original Pixel Phone – The Unlimited Google Photos Uploader
Find out how to use the full potential of Google Photos on the original Google Pixel (2016) phone in order to automatically provide full quality backups from any other Android phone. You’ll need an original Pixel or Pixel XL for this to work. Skip straight to the guide.Read more “Original Pixel Phone – The Unlimited Google Photos Uploader”
Pixels in Space!
The camera has always been one of the standout features of Google’s Pixel phones. Every few months, the app is updated with new features. As the basics of everyday photo taking were already covered, some of these additions are rather niche. Portrait mode was nice to have, giving a soft bokeh blur to the background, but it still struggles with curly hair. Time Lapse mode is neat, but not something I’ve really found a use for. Night Sight mode was a recent example of a feature with more widespread appeal, providing a huge leap in quality for low-light photos. I can’t however imagine a lot of people would ever consider using their phone to take pictures of the night sky…Read more “Pixels in Space!”
Ruby Throat − live @ Folklore, Hoxton
I might’ve discovered the work of KatieJane Garside 25 years too late, but I was just in time to witness a rare, incredible live performance one evening in Hoxton.Read more “Ruby Throat − live @ Folklore, Hoxton”
Michael Television’s Interloper
Michael Television’s Interloper was a band that existed in various forms from 1996 to 2009. Musical styles ranged from industrial to punk to hip-hop, and influences included PWEI and the Beastie Boys.Read more “Michael Television’s Interloper”
Since learning to play guitar in the mid-90s, I’ve had a fascination with taking instruments apart and physically modifying them to produce different sounds.Read more “Guitar Modification”
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