To me the appeal of Twitter was always the brevity. Conveying a thought in 140 characters is hard, and an art in itself. Even threaded tweets still had to make sense individually. As I’ve now demonstrated, any idiot can stumble his way to a point in 280 chars, with 3 to spare.
Most reviews are published asap after the release of a particular device – riding on the novelty effect and public interest. I’ve used the Galaxy S8+ as my daily driver for about six months, and this is my take on it.
I switched back to dedicated hosting, this time with cHosting. They offer good rates and excellent support in Danish and English. Their backend is awesome and offers easy install of literally hundreds of different kinds of web software for running any conceivable kind of web site. I’ve been playing with a bunch of them and… Read more
I’ve been seeing a lot of complaints about the Samsung Galaxy S6 battery life, and when I posted a screen shot of my 5h31m screen-on time to twitter, my friend Bluewall stated that”If you post this screenshot on XDA, the thread will go batshit crazy“.
I’ve had my hands on the new Samsung Galaxy S6 for some time now, and here are my impressions. I’m not going to do pretty macro shots or camera quality comparisons. Others have. Also, I tend to drone on once my fingers get going. Luckily there’s a TL;DR of sorts towards the bottom.
Denmark was one of the first markets to receive the Z2, and I was fortunate enough to get my hands on one of the first devices to hit Danish soil. So I’ve had about a month to play with it. Here are my impressions.
This review is a lot longer than I thought it would be, and I won’t blame you if you want to skip around a bit. The article is comprised of my take on the main points: Design, Screen, Audio + BEATS, a couple of aspects of Sense. I’m going to dwell a bit on the… Read more
Although I’m not actively trying to politicize or evangelize, you may come across odd points, controversial stances and generous profanity. If you’re easily offended, this site might not be for you at all, although being offended is not in fact at all dangerous, and you may consult Mr. Steve Hughes’ words on the matter.