Its not quite the wearable tech stuff I normally follow but lately the movement in home technology for simple items such as lighting has really taken off. The best way to get the idea behind the Qube lightbulb is just to watch the video.
I don’t know how this stuff keeps finding it’s way in front of me but here’s another example of wearable tech. Pretty cool!
Back in 2010 I wrote an article on the WSM blog about what the future holds in the eyes of a guy known as Ray Kurzweil. Ray is a very well known futurist. (The full article can still be seen here). The reason I’m back looking at his predictions is one that really struck a cord with me
Over the last few years I have been doing lots of consulting with smaller businesses about their Facebook business pages. Every single time I ask them what the goal is, the answer is the same
Been shaping a few boards over the years (simple ones with simple tints) but about to test myself with a traditional single fin longboard for my 12 year old. Photos as I progress. Oh and also a 5’8″ diamond tail quad with fabric inlay
This type of system will definately revolutionise the market, particularly where the markets and stallholders are concerned. Being able to tap directly into their inventory system for stock and take both wholesale and retail orders on the spot would be a massive help.
Some of the sites I have worked on personally and project managed. I don’t handle loads of design myself these days asn I focus mainly on my core skill of marketing and leave the pretty stuff to others.
Some general shots – all LoFi from iPhones or other crappy camera’s and different filters
I love Noosa and so many of these shots are just things I see when out and about. It’s one of the most beautiful locations in the world. Beaches are world class and the surf is incredible when it works. Crowds are not much fun but you learn to live with it.
Living and working here in Noosa has given me some unbelievable opportunities to work and raise a family surrounded by such beauty.