Thursday, January 12, 2012

Asus Transformer Prime Android 4.0 ICS

The Eee Pad Asus Transformer Prime tablet is updated with the new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich at the Consumer Electronics Show 2012. ICS is finally here on tablets! With the Nvidia Tegra 3 chip using Quad-core processing, we are looking at beginning of the future here with Asustek leading the way with the hardware and Android OS with the software...

New video coming soon with recap of application features!


Have you joined Google Plus yet?

Sunday, January 8, 2012


G+ peeps...

If you haven't heard, there will be a +HIRL (and perhaps a +HAH?) During Feb 2-5, 2012 in NYC.

Relevant info here:

I would love to make the trip from Chicago, but do not have the funds at this time to make it happen, so, here's the idea...

See that picture there...?  That's me holding up my Transformer Prime tablet.

That is my Mi-fi mobile hot spot.  (Can you see where I'm going with this...?)

The Deal:  At this time, it would cost me $175 to buy a plane ticket to New York for Feb 3rd-4th, during which, I would not sleep for 24 hours (it's the city that doesn't sleep, right?  Why should I?)  The offer, if you choose to accept it, is $25 for a spot in the Mobile Hangout which includes the Daria Musk concert on friday night.  Outside of the concert, I will take suggestions as to where in the city you would like me to go, but would have to take a vote with the other HIRLers that will be present, because I want to spend time with them.  7 spots is perfect, because I want to reserve the remaining few spots for someone to screen record certain parts of the journey, to upload to Youtube later...  Also, there will be a DVD with Chapter Menus and a DVD cover w/graphics (maybe Cliff Roth will share a sketch for the cover?) from the HIRL all for your very own, to commemorate this historic occasion. (Maybe even convince Daria Musk to let us shoot backstage.  Who knows?)

If you would like to be a part of this Epic Journey, this  +HAH (Hangout At Home), in real-time, at home on your computer (or phone), please push the Donate button below:

(The sooner the better as the $175 price will undoubtedly go up in about a week or so)

(You do not need a paypal account to donate)

Hope to see you during the NYC HIRL!


Friday, October 28, 2011


Important information I've found on Google Plus from  Chris Lang that can change the way you experience the internet and even watching the videos you see here on my blog...

Here is an excerpt from the article on Google TV's blog  :

In the 1970s, there were just a few networks on TV. Cable changed things by adding hundreds of new channels like HBO, ESPN, and MTV. The Internet marks a new chapter for television. This chapter is not about replacing broadcast or cable TV; it’s not about replicating what’s on TV to the Web. It’s about bringing millions of new channels to your TV from the next generation of creators, application developers, and networks. With over three billion views a day, sites like YouTube are proving the demand for Web entertainment is already big, and this entertainment is coming to the living room.

Saturday, April 30, 2011

Volontie 1 - Eric Charsky

Volontie 1 will be entering the Global Ocean Race in October of 2011.  Watch as Cancer Ranger, Eric Charsky, inspires cancer patients and wounded veterans by sailing around the world in the GOR.   Starting and ending in Spain, Eric and his boat, Volontie 1, will be a dynamic force in the water while cancer survivors, and anyone being held back by their limited beliefs, can follow this triumphant journey and hold it as proof that anything is possible, no matter what your perceived obstacles are in life.  


Volontie 1

My friend, Eric Charsky is preparing to sail around the world in the Global Ocean Race on his boat, come October, 2011.  This is my personal response to Eric and how I'm more tied to this now than even just a few days ago...