Articles by Dan Seitz
You may have heard that building a PC is cheaper than buying one, and that’s generally true. But what you should buy, and why, varies greatly depending on what you’re going to be using it for.
You’ve probably got a smartphone, and you’ve probably got a car. Both cost you money, and it’s time to combine the two and see if you can’t save just a little cash. Here are the apps, and one gadget, that help you track your car.
There’s absolutely nothing that can go wrong with New York City’s plan to install giant touchscreens to replace their static subway maps.
Google does a lot of things that are just goofy and weird. Usually they’re tech demos that take strange and unusual forms.
The last thing anybody, even the twitchiest, most “connected” person you know, wants is more goddamn alerts on your phone.
It is very, very hard, as a guy, to wear something around your neck and not come off as a douche. Just ask anybody who rocked the shell necklace: They regret it.
Most furniture you buy, especially flat-pack furniture, requires tools to build. Maybe it’s just a hex wrench and a T-wrench thrown into the back by IKEA, but it’s still tools.
If you’ve decided to use a bike to commute, you’ll quickly come across a common problem: Bikes are really, really easy to steal and really, really hard to find once stolen.
Ever since Pebble, a smartwatch built around e-paper, took off on Kickstarter, every major tech company has decided that you want a smartwatch. Whether this is actually true or not is a matter of some debate.
Even the least talented cook among us can make eggs. Eggs are pretty painless. Crack ‘em in the pan with some oil or butter, add some pepper, remove with a spatula. And this assumes you’re not scrambling eggs, which is even easier.
When you think of tough animals you want to base your body armor on, sea sponges aren’t your first choice. After all, they’re squishy. Who wants to go up against a bullet in a sponge suit?
More people than you may think.