I’ll make this quick: smartwatches sound great in theory. If I could get more than just the day/date and time on my wrist, I’d be ecstatic. Android¬†Wear makes a lot of sense, with Google Now notifications and voice commands. And Motorola’s new offering, the handsome Moto 360, doesn’t trip over itself with a overwhelming feature […]

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It’s true: I’ve landed every single job I’ve ever applied for in my career. And I’ve applied for a bunch of jobs: I’ve been a community manager, an advertising exec, a web development consultant, a corporate social media manager, a photo studio manager, a magazine editor and a freelance writer for several international blogs and […]

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For all the IT muscle India has to show off, with billions of dollars in turnover in the sector each year, the ability to ship digital products for consumers continues to elude us. We produce high-calibre engineers in droves, but can’t seem to build the next Facebook. Or the next Xbox. Or even the next […]

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For those who came in late: SteamOS is an operating system built on Linux by the fine folks at Valve, to help bring the Steam platform and its content (games, natch, and soon, other media like music and video) to the living room, offering gamers an alternative to consoles and even the traditional PC. I’ve […]

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A close friend who hasn’t ever owned a smartphone just got a Nexus 7 tablet, with the intention of reading books and papers, writing without lugging a laptop, and enjoying the occasional TV show. Since I often get questions about which apps to load on new devices, I figured that perhaps a blog post is […]

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Every time I’ve had to migrate to a new PC or reinstall my browser for some reason in the past couple of years, I’d always remind myself to backup my precious collection of bookmarks. I’d favourited scores of great sites, apps and pages to pore over later — but they were in such a mess […]

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And so it begins

It’s a shiny happy day in August 2013. I’m revamping my site with a new look and a major reshuffling of content, because that’s pretty much what’s happened in my life since I set up this personal space on the web. For those who came in late, settle down and let me tell you about […]

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For those who came in late:¬†I’ve been shooting professionally for over two years now, and am extremely fortunate to have great clients to work with and to have had my work published in a number of publications. I’ve also worked with professional photographers to understand the business of photography, so I believe I’ve a more […]

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Three things prompted to write this post: my growing collection of photographs in various formats, and subsequently multiple hard drives the need to be able to find any photo quickly my experience of using Spotlight to find files quickly on a Mac – and my desire to replicate that functionality in Windows. I believe I’ve […]

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I recently found that my copy of Adobe Photoshop CS5 was acting up — crashing soon after loading or while applying actions to images. If this happens to you, it’s probably because of a corrupt settings file that Photoshop creates to save your preferences in. Windows: Launch Photoshop and immediately hold down Ctrl+Alt+Shift (before/while the […]

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