This, my friends, is a Leprechaun trap!
This is the first I have heard of it, but apparently in some areas it is traditional for children to make these traps as a craft project around St Patrick’s Day.
Obviously, everyone knows that if you catch a Leprechaun, they have magical powers and will grant you 3 wishes in exchange for their safe release. Sounds like a pretty good deal to me. Making a trap seems worth it.
What is that you ask?
That is a gadget that has gotten me more excited than I have ever been about a gadget.
[Editor's Note: This is part three of a five part series of must-have apps.]
Right now I have an Android powered HTC phone and I love it.
It is certainly not the most up-to-date Android powered smartphone, but it has a sweet custom OS called MIUI which I installed that makes it run sexy!
I have quite a number of apps installed on my Android right now, but there are a handful that I simply couldn’t live without. These apps make my life so much easier and more enjoyable. To some of you these apps may be quite obvious as most of them are extremely popular apps within the tech community, but for some of you it will be the first that you have heard of these apps.
I highly recommend that if you have an Android phone you should try out all of these apps. They are all awesome in their own way.
So, lets get to it, my 5 Android apps that I can’t live without!
I am a social media addict. I spent a large percentage of my time on Facebook, Twitter and Google+. It’s just who I am and how I roll!
I know that I am not the only one here. Us technology types love social media for the most part.
Sometimes though, there can be those times where you really don’t want to be too obviously checking out your Facebook? Right?
Well, I think I have the key!
As many of you know, I have a huge interest in graffiti and street art.
Recently I wrote about a friend and brother of mine, Cameron Moberg, who is instrumental in the running of an awesome group called the Gospel Graffiti Crew. Through Cameron and Gospel Graffiti, I met a guy who I regard as one of my closest friends, Arend Maatkamp, also known as Joax.
Arend, who currently lives in Rotterdam, Holland, has been visiting the UK and painting (legal) graffiti with myself and others in London every summer since we met.
A couple of years ago another friend of mine, Roy Peterson, a Christian filmmaker from London, tagged along for one of our painting sessions and took some footage.
Thilo Teschendorf is a musician, filmmaker, evangelist, and internet marketer based in Berlin.
I met Thilo a number of years ago whilst curating an art exhibition in the district of Kreutzberg in Berlin, Germany. Thilo is a super friendly guy, and took a lot of time out to show us around the city and make us feel so welcome.
Recently Thilo had been posting some curious videos online which, at first, I didn’t realise were his creation. They were amazingly well produced videos of solo artists and bands performing acoustic songs in various backyards in Berlin.
I have always wanted one of those cool Boss loop pedals.
I have seen some people create some seriously amazing stuff with loop pedals and I find it so inspiring.
I haven’t thus far been able to justify the £250+ that the Boss RC30 costs, however I really hope that one day I will have some cash sitting around to be able to purchase one of these badboys, they are seriously awesome.