Posts by: Dan Seitz

Dan Seitz is an obsessive nerd living in New England. He lives in the Boston area with a fiancee, a dog, a cat, and far too many objects with processors.

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The Sony RX100 Puts Slow Motion In The Palm Of Your Hand

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As imaging technology improves, we’re seeing more and more slow motion video on the Internet and at home. Which is a good thing, because the slower things are, the more details you can spot. Oh, and, of course, it’s fun. But it’s usually low resolution, so Sony’s new point-and-shoot, the...

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Slyder Gives Your iPhone A Secret Compartment

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There are always situations where you want to bring just your phone and maybe a few cards. Maybe you’re going out for a run, maybe you just need to run a quick errand and will be home in less time than it takes to find your wallet, or perhaps you...

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How To Unlock Your Chromebook With Your Smartphone

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Chromebooks are incredibly useful little tools. They’re cheap, they can generally do everything you need to get done on the Internet, and they’re connected to your Google account, which you probably use for a lot of things anyway. They also happen to be a test bed for Google’s new features,...

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GeniCan Tracks Your Trash

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Private investigators and public sanitation workers know all too well that what you throw out says a lot about you. But it’s difficult to track what food you’re throwing out, and thus that you’re running out of, unless… well, you’re a PI or a trash guy. Fortunately, for those of...

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The Han Solo Fridge Will Put Your Drinks In Carbonite

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ThinkGeek is one of those companies that’s masterful at turning out things you don’t need but desperately want. Especially when it comes to beloved franchises; anybody with a fandom has at least one ThinkGeek toy, gadget, widget, or device somewhere in their pile of collectibles. And they’re at it again,...

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The Light Phone Is A Small, Powerful Little Phone

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One of the biggest changes we’ve made over the last decade is putting a computer in our pockets that keeps us constantly connected. Real notification junkies are constantly dinging, vibrating, growling, you name it. It’s great for when you need to be connected, but not so great when you’re trying...