So when the Wall Street Journal decided to do this, we wanted to see. They took a different spin and made a video on what is in their bag. After you watch the video, I’d love to hear what you think would be a good addition to have in a bag to have a mobile office.
Virtual Reality is changing the game when it comes to media. Whether connecting with people online like could be done through Ready Player One, the online gaming that is already here, or even experiencing the already existing VR Church app on the Oculus, VR is on its way and I don’t think it’s a fad.
For those who game, a medium which VR developers already see a huge area of growth, one huge limitation is how to get around. Right now you either have to stand still or use your controllers to “teleport.”
But what if you could use a treadmill?
I love Apple products. Not in a blind, fanboy sort of way. A lot of what Apple does really frustrates me—Dongles? Seriously?—but Windows is the absolute worst…except…except they make upgrades a bit easier.
I have a MacBook Air, and the hard drive is perpetually filled. I got tired of it, and I was considering buying a device that would allow me to place an SD card flush with the side of my laptop, making it a flawless addition to my computer.
But I was skeptical. I didn’t really love the idea of simply having a second drive on my computer that I’d have to sort through in order to find files. What I really wanted was an expansion.
That’s why I was immediately taken with the idea of the TarDisk.
The removal of the headphone jack on the iPhone 7 was a big deal. I don’t think that anyone can really argue that it is an “improvement,” but at best a “worthwhile compromise” (and at worst plain stupid). Part of Apple’s marketing push to help justify the claim (and make a nice healthy profit) was to release their own wireless headphones. As someone who uses Apple products and has tried wireless headphones before. I was really interested in AirPods and picked up my own pair.
But are they any good?
This week on the podcast we hear from ChurchMag reader, ChurchMag Podcast listener, and super-awesome-all-around -church-tech-youth-pastor-YouTuber Wayne W. and talk about Phil’s previous statements of those youth pastors who has the church purchase a MacBook Pro, so they can, you know, message people on Facebook n-stuff.
As you may remember, I am in need of a way to transport my laptop.
And while this bag probably couldn’t handle the weight (or size even), this would be really awesome to be rockin – I love it!
I have looked around a little. The first thing I looked at was an actual Alienware bag, but nothing screams “I AM CARRYING AROUND AN ALIENWARE” more than an Alienware bag, so I think I’ll be avoiding that direction…
Do you have any tips or options to consider in my hunt for an awesome laptop bag?
If I was using a Macbook Air, I probably would have already ordered this: