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Runner up as 2010 best business blog, Adin focuses on what it takes to find your “calling” and exploit everything at your disposal to succeed. He lives and works in George, Western Cape, as a songwriter, recording artist and blogger.
His key function is as a songwriter and finding other similar artists to join in on his creative business. Along with his wife, Rita, who runs her own business, they are entrepreneurs at heart, never satisfied with the humdrum monotony of a regular job. So you will find his articles to reflect this - entrepreneurialism, taking risks and using technology.
I’m a vegetarian. But the hardest dead animal flesh to resist is bacon. Even browsing for the top results in the Apple App Store, I found myself pining for dead pig at the sight of animated images of bacon. So here’s some bacon madness to whet your appetite:
1. More Bacon!
Remember when you saw the first iPhone. It was revolutionary. It, seemingly, could speak to aliens and discipline your children. But all we ended up doing was play with Koi ponds ...
Musos kind of love the iPad. There's a truckload of tasty apps for the dedicated musician and we've got five of the best to get you rocking. Corny, but it's the best intro we can come up with after a heavy weekend of gadgets and boozing.
1. Garageband for iPad -- US$9.99
Garageband is a compact home studio. And that’s a big deal. Considering its competition -- FL Studio for iPad -- costs US$19.99!
I don’t think everyone quite understands the effort Apple ...
Watch this, and wonder what Google isn't capable of:
Whether all these ambitious new developments by Google are going to work in the real world or not, I feel that it's on the edge of the next step in our information age -- integration.
Google Now is a whole new approach to technology and how it affects our daily lives, attempting to predict our next move and provide information that can assist us. Making us faster, more efficient people.
This is a far ...
I got to the office this morning with Dropbox kindly offering to upload my photos from my iPad. It cleverly figured out that I plugged in an iPad and, also cleverly, knew that I’m freaked out by iCloud and feel more comfortable using Dropbox.
Why you ask? Well, while others are wondering about their next deadline or about whether their kids are doing well at school, I’m wondering if I’m getting duplicate contacts due to both Google and iCloud syncing my ...
It’s quite uncanny how Applish the Google store is. The minimalism, the names of the products and, well, its ideas.
That said, the new device product offering from Google is intriguing. With Samsung’s success with the Nexus mobile phone, it seems that Google has found its technology partner of choice (although the Chromebook, not to be mistaken with the Macbook, comes in an Acer guise as well).
The latest addition to these devices is the Chromebox. And again, think Mac Mini, just ...
Kickstarter creates a platform for anyone with an idea to seek funding. The idea is simple, you make a video and tell the world about your project. People then bid whatever they want to your cause.
Here are my top 10 over-pledged -- meaning they got way more than they initially asked for -- gadgets on Kickstarter.
Prinrbot: your first 3D printer
Pledged: 3 323% of US$25 000 target
If you’re an inventive-type, you’ve probably considered purchasing a 3D printer, seen the pricetag, scoffed, ...