My wife and I took a Christmas trip to Hong Kong in 2015. I’ve finally gotten around to editing all of the various clips together into one video. Hong Kong is already like the Las Vegas of Asia… lights and people galore. The eating and shopping here is pretty awesome. We had a great time just hanging out for about a week before heading into Vietnam. Nothing crazy here… cool editing, voice over or any of that stuff. Just scenes from Hong Kong with some soothing music.
Here’s a quick tip on how to do a screen recording (aka screencast) with free, built-in software on a Mac. You can’t trim or do other fancy things with this free solution but for a quick & dirty screencast, it does a fine job.
Just messing around with the DJI Mavic Pro.
The DJI Mavic Pro drone flying around Nate’s house
Just talking about how difficult it is to do a regular vlog and having a new-found appreciation for folks who can do that. Plus some updated thoughts on Amazon Drive.
I’ve just discovered Amazon’s $60/year unlimited cloud drive offering and it’s awesome for my needs. There are a few things to think about this service and see if it’s right for you but watch on and decide!
How to get really nice, beautiful wallpaper for your Android device. It works on phones or tablets and you can set the interval on the app refreshes the wallpaper. The best part is that it’s free and dead simple to use! Check it out and let me know what you think.
AT&T is such a greedy company that I’ve finally decided to “un-carrier” myself from it and switch to T-Mobile in 2017. It’s been a 10-year relationship and I figure at my current spend of about $205/month (with a 23% corporate discount in there), I’m worth almost $25,000 to them in revenue for the next 10 years. But they’re greedy and I’m just sick and tire of them. Why?
1. A $20 upgrade fee whenever you buy a new device from them. It’s not a big number but when you can buy the EXACT same device next door and just plug in your SIM card, that’s just a rip-off and GREEDY.
2. A poor unlocking experience. They should make it so that your devices are automatically unlocked when they’re paid off rather than this process where you have to request it, confirm it and then wait. What a hassle.
3. No choices anymore on devices. Want a new device? You’re on their stupid NEXT plan whether you want to or not. Sure, you can pay it off early after you’re on the plan but they just make it too complicated.
Sorry for the rant but it’s one of THOSE videos! 😉
Anyways, T-Mobile has a great deal right now for no contract, no extra fees, etc. and unlimited data to boot. Do yourself a favor and switch!