Category: Reviews

iPad Pro Review

For the past two years there has been a lot of speculation about whether or not Apple would release a large-scale version of its iPad devices. I can remember very distincly the feeling I had when I first heard about this product, and it was one of pure joy. I have wanted a light-weight device

Photoshop CC 2015 Review

This week Adobe officially unveiled the latest version of Photoshop and the rest of their Creative Cloud applications. Now that I’ve had a few days to digest all of the new features and explore them in-depth, I thought I’d give you my full review here on my blog. This release of Photoshop seems to be

My First Week with the iPhone 6 Plus

The iPhone 6 Plus is perhaps the hottest and most controversial gadget on the market today. Whether its popularity is due to actual demand or Apple’s own hype/supply constraint is difficult to say, but nonetheless it’s a topic that a lot of people are very interested in. Because of this, I’ve decided to write up

WordPress 3.8 — What You Need to Know

WordPress was just updated to version 3.8 and all I can say is… Wow! If you’ve not updated your site yet you can do so either from your Dashboard or by downloading the new version via and updating manually. In this article I’ll discuss some of the new features of WordPress 3.8 and give

My Thoughts on the iPad Air

Apple recently released the iPad Air and since then tech journalists and Apple fanboys have been fawning all over it. While I was interested in the new form factor of the iPad, I really wasn’t sure whether or not this was a home run for the folks from Cupertino, and after 24 hours, I’m still

5 Traits of an Effective Online Educator

Calling yourself a good teacher is one thing, but being able to back that up inside of your virtual classroom is a whole other ball game. In order to be considered an effective instructor, no matter what the subject, you will need certain personality traits and skills, some of which you may not be aware

2013: The Year of the APE!

The world of publishing is changing. Granted, I believe that it’s changing for the better, but it is changing nonetheless. Traditional publishers are having to make room for independents in ways they never thought they would have to because of this marvel known as the internet and the freight train that is the “self-publishing revolution”

My Thoughts on Photoshop 13.1

Yesterday Adobe officially announced an update to their flagship product, Photoshop, which was exclusive to customers who subscribe to the Creative Cloud. Within that update you will find a few useful things and a few not-so-useful things (depending on your computer setup). All-in-all I think it’s a good update to the program, but I think

My Thoughts on the “New iPad”

Today Apple announced the much-anticipated “New iPad” (yes that is the actual name apparently). My thoughts are simple… Apple is doing with the iPad, the exact same thing they’ve done with the iPhone. Traditionally with the iPhone Apple has done a revolutionary release every two years while the release in between has been evolutionary at