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Moji Knee and Back Pain Relief Products Review

I’m going to buck a trend here and say that getting older, by and large, does not suck as much as I was led to believe.  I’m 32 and while half of my readers will be saying something akin to, “Old? That’s not old! I’m old! That young sapling is talking foolishness again!”, it’s nevertheless the oldest I’ve ever personally been.  Sure, my body is complaining about something or other just about every day, but at least I don’t have pimples anymore (see my review of Matte for Men products for details).

However, knee pain has brought me to a halt on more than once and I am happy to say that I might have found a solution for this with the Moji Knee wrap. OK, it’s an ice pack, but it’s a cool one. Read More →

Rx Locker Review

We’re living in the future.  While cancer has yet to be eradicated, many medical conditions which would have meant either a lifetime of pain or even death to people not so long ago are treated by medications developed over the last hundred years.   Me? After an incident when I was 16, I was left with neck pain best described as “horrific.”   While I’m not disfigured or in mortal danger, I use medicine to manage the pain.   For many people, the blessings of these medicines are tempered with the fear that they will fall into the wrong hands with potentially deadly results.   The Rx locker attempts to solve these problems in a way we haven’t seen before. Read More →

Newer Technology NuPower Charge & Sync+ Review

I use my iPhone a lot.  I mean really a lot. You know how much you use your iPhone? Well I use mine more.  I’ve got a bunch of great ways to keep my iPhone charged.  Let’s see if the Newer Technology NuPower Charge & Sync+ will join my charging army. Read More →

Felwig Software’s Snap ‘n Tap for iPhone review

felwig-snapntap-1The iPhone certainly is a unique gaming platform.  Combining a reasonably powerful graphics processor, a very accurate accelerometer and a built-in camera, the iPhone offers opportunities for creating games that were just not possible before.  Felwig Software’s Snap ‘n Tap is one of these games, but is it fun?

The idea behind Snap ‘n Tap is pretty simple.  Draw shapes on some white paper, take a picture and Snap ‘n Tap will treat the shapes as real objects in a simple physics-based rolling ball game.  The astonishing thing is that it works!  It not only works just as advertised, the nature of the app encourages experimentation and creativity in a way I haven’t seen with any other iPhone game. Read More →

Matte for Men Skin Care Products Review

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When Julie asked me to review the Matte for Men line of skin care products, I jumped at the chance.   After all, I’m a man and I have skin so I satisfy both of the system requirements.  Add into that a search over the last 18 years for skin care products that would spare me from the acne and shiny skin with which I’ve been cursed and there was no way I’d refuse.  Of course, being the first to write such a review on a site dedicated to all things technology, I’m on unfamiliar ground with no real guide on how to approach this sort of thing! I’m not sure if I should feel like a trailblazer or a canary in a mineshaft about this, but let’s go for it anyhow, shall we? Read More →

Electric Pocket PhoneFace iPhone Review

IMG_0876There are certain iPhone applications that seem to exist to solve a non-existent problem. To me, Electric Pocket’s PhoneFace is one of these. Can’t seem to remember the name of the person you are trying to contact? Dang! Did you take the time to take a photo of this person and add it to your PhoneFace app? Phew! Read More →

MusicSkins Laptop Skin Review

Music Skins Laptop Skin

We love our electronics, don’t we? I don’t know anyone who doesn’t have, at the very least, a notebook computer and an MP3 player.  Most of  my friends add in an iPhone or other smartphone.   I, personally, have always used Invisible Shield products for my more important electronics and have gotten quite good at applying them and have been fairly happy.  While the clear skins have always done well by me, what if you want to add a bit of style to your device while adding a reasonable amount of protection? Read More →

HeadRoom Total BitHead Review

headroom-bithead-fpHave you ever really listened to your favorite music?  Most of you either answered yes or know where I’m going and are rolling your eyes.  To those of you in the latter group, I know you’ve been here before so I’ll make my intro nice and short.   If you do not have a good set of headphones or speakers, a good audio source AND an amplifier, you’ve never truly heard your music the way it was intended. I know this sounds pretentious, but I’m a believer.  Will I find audio bliss in the HeadRoom Total BitHead? Read More →