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Wordulator https://www.wordulator.com Tech and Travel and Just Plain Cool Stuff Wed, 22 Jul 2015 19:38:54 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8.2 How NOAA and the RainMachine Save the Planet https://www.wordulator.com/2015/07/22/how-noaa-and-the-rainmachine-save-the-planet/ https://www.wordulator.com/2015/07/22/how-noaa-and-the-rainmachine-save-the-planet/#respond Wed, 22 Jul 2015 19:38:54 +0000 http://www.wordulator.com/?p=525 You can’t exactly buy rain on Amazon but you can buy the RainMachine. This weather forecast sprinkler controller talks to the NOAA weather satellite service to find out about the coming weather and changes the amount of water the different areas of my garden get accordingly. It replaces my old traditional sprinkler controller that watered the same way, day […]

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The RainMachine replaces your traditional sprinkler controller and waters based on weather forecasts.

The RainMachine checks weather forecasts every six hours and adjusts watering according to humidity, wind, rain, and temperature.

You can’t exactly buy rain on Amazon but you can buy the RainMachine. This weather forecast sprinkler controller talks to the NOAA weather satellite service to find out about the coming weather and changes the amount of water the different areas of my garden get accordingly. It replaces my old traditional sprinkler controller that watered the same way, day in and day out.

How does it know what my garden needs?  It knows me. The first thing I did was connect the RainMachine sprinkler controller to my home network. Then on the display’s keyboard I entered my zip code, named the different zones in my garden (eg. Rose Garden, House North, Front Lawn), and typed in how much I want to water each one of those areas on a typical sunny day. It also let me enter any days that I’m not allowed to water according to my local community rules. (It really annoys me when I see people overwatering their gardens. For our lawns, I selected a “Cycle and Soak” setting, which means it will water a certain amount and then stop for a bit and then water again, to give the water enough chance to soak into the ground rather than just run off onto the sidewalk.)

I mounted the RainMachine controller on the garden tool room wall where the old sprinkler controller went and connected the same old wires – just transferred them over. And now I can see which zone is which, spelled out on the display. On the RainMachine app on my phone I found my RainMachine and the same information I had just entered, even played around with turning the sprinklers on and off from my phone manually. It’s password protected, so I could enter a whole different setup for my rental property.

I’ve been using the RainMachine for about a week now and  I’ve already saved water. We had an unexpected few days of humidity. On my RainMachine phone app I looked up “History” and sure enough, my watering duration was reduced during those days.  So I just let the RainMachine do its thing. And if the WiFi goes down, it has a week’s worth of NOAA weather forecasts stored for my particular 1.5-mile area and stores local historic weather data too.

The RainMachine is not just a gadget, this is for real.  I can go on vacation and not worry about changes in the weather and how my garden will fare. (Why is it that weird weather always happens when I’m gone?) Inside the pretty little white RainMachine sprinkler controller box is a WiFi Android computer and that’s what lets me check in from anywhere in the world.  It’s available on Amazon and has a free app. Prices range from $179 for an eight-zone to $275 for a 16-zone sprinkler controller.  www.rainmachine.com

 

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Don’t Hold Your iPad, Wear It; Flexible Photo Brace from Margolin Development https://www.wordulator.com/2013/12/23/dont-hold-your-ipad-wear-it-new-photobrac/ https://www.wordulator.com/2013/12/23/dont-hold-your-ipad-wear-it-new-photobrac/#respond Mon, 23 Dec 2013 21:09:41 +0000 http://www.wordulator.com/?p=520 If you could see things the way we do… Shooting POV video is tough, especially in complicated environments where you need to have both hands available.  The ever-creative inventor, George Margolin who is known for tech products for Hollywood’s photo and movie biz has a solution.  In the photo at the left he models his […]

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If you could see things the way we do…

Shooting POV video is tough, especially in complicated environments where you need to have both hands available.  The ever-creative inventor, George Margolin who is known for tech products for Hollywood’s photo and movie biz has a solution.  In the photo at the left he models his latest invention, the SteadySnake(tm) NeckPod photo brace.  It has a bracket for the iPad, your camera or smart device and away you go, even in the most crowded situations like the upcoming International CES trade show January 2014 in Las Vegas.

George gave us a preview of the SteadySnake a year ago and was quick to say that this is not the only way you can use the SteadySnake as he changed its shape (much the way an artist twists a balloon) but not into a poodle or flower, but into a monopod that lets you shoot high or low without risking your back or knees.

Good idea, George.  We just returned from a trip where tourists were walking awkwardly, shooting video of monuments and attractions with an iPad in front of their faces with both hands, sometimes edging awfully close to fountains and curbs and possible disaster.

Oh and there is the couch-potato application as well.  Anyone who has read an eBook at length on an iPad will agree that the darn thing gets a bit heavy after a while. Slip it into the SteadySnake and you are free to use your hands to raise your margarita glass and dip your chips into the guacamole.

The SteadySnake Neck-Pod accommodates point and shoot DSLRs and video cameras, under three pounds.  Cost is $79.95. An adapter for the iPad brings the total up to $94.94.  An adapter for the iPad mini is $19.99.

Check out www.steadysnake.com for where you can buy it and watch the video demo here.

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Gadget or Art? Antique Kitchen Implements on Display https://www.wordulator.com/2013/09/17/is-it-art-or-is-it-a-gadget/ https://www.wordulator.com/2013/09/17/is-it-art-or-is-it-a-gadget/#respond Tue, 17 Sep 2013 20:37:25 +0000 http://www.wordulator.com/?p=493 Sometimes it’s hard to tell the practical from the artistic.  Eames and Bauhaus chairs. KitchenAid mixers that are making a comeback in all colors. Depression glass juicers.  At the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art  through December 1, 2013, Kathleen Thompson Hill’s exhibit of culinary gadgets and ephemera, “Kitchen Memories” is not only an exercise in the […]

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Sometimes it’s hard to tell the practical from the artistic.  Eames and Bauhaus chairs. KitchenAid mixers that are making a comeback in all colors. Depression glass juicers.  At the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art  through December 1, 2013, Kathleen Thompson Hill’s exhibit of culinary gadgets and ephemera, “Kitchen Memories” is not only an exercise in the whimsical and practical, but an experience that will stimulate memories going back to your childhood.

In this video, Russ Johnson of The Connected Traveler interviews Kathleen Hill about antique kitchen gadgets going back as far as a 200 year-old juice squeezer.  I wandered the show and found gadgets and gizmos going back to my great grandmother’s time.  Nut grinders, rolling pins…and 1950’s Formica and metal kitchen tables. Plastic chairs that always cracked and split. You remember, the ones you dug your fingers into to “test” the stuffing underneath?

This coffee pot at the Kitchen Memories exhibit  just begged to be painted. (c) Pat Meier-Johnson

This coffee pot at the Kitchen Memories exhibit just begged to be painted. (c) Pat Meier-Johnson

Colors!  The designers at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art brought back the harvest golds and avocado greens to complement the exhibit.  I loved the daffodil yellow dining table and the celadon green glassware. The teal coffee percolator seen here that was atop an old O’Keefe & Merritt stove at the exhibit.

I found most interesting the evolution of kitchenware and appliances.  Never having committed to a Cuisineart or other brand of food processor, I was pleased to hear Kathleen say that chopping has come full circle.  You never see a food processor on a cooking show anymore, she says.  We’re back to knives. Some of the chopping utensils at the exhibit looked like something from a Middle Ages torture chamber. And judging from the nods in the museum audience where Kathleen talked about grinding one’s own meat and using manual potato mashers, we’re cooking with a lot more elbow grease these days.

I agree.  Mash those potatoes.  Roll that dough. Cry over those chopped onions.  Food tastes better the way the women in my family made it, from great grandmother’s apple strudel and dumplings to grandma’s homemade soup (that pressure cooker always scared me) to Mom’s luscious chicken ragout I never grew tired of.

Sweet memories indeed.

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Smile Snap Share: Smart Photo Frames Connect Consumers and Brands in China https://www.wordulator.com/2013/09/12/smile-snap-share-smart-photo-frames-connect-consumers-and-brands-in-china/ https://www.wordulator.com/2013/09/12/smile-snap-share-smart-photo-frames-connect-consumers-and-brands-in-china/#respond Thu, 12 Sep 2013 19:13:22 +0000 http://www.wordulator.com/?p=494  In a highly successful campaign where “the camera tastes food before the mouth does”, Johnson & Johnson China focuses on young Chinese consumers’ love of taking pictures of their meals and sharing on social media networks to remind them to pay attention to oral health at “foodie time.” The small budget campaign was 720 times […]

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 In a highly successful campaign where “the camera tastes food before the mouth does”, Johnson & Johnson China focuses on young Chinese consumers’ love of taking pictures of their meals and sharing on social media networks to remind them to pay attention to oral health at “foodie time.” The small budget campaign was 720 times more cost-effective than the average CPM of TV in China tier one cities.

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Listerine uses Jiepang’s Smart Photo Frame to Connect with Chinese Consumers

Here’s how it works: The office gang was about to start dinner at their favorite hangout, Mr. Shi’s, when Janet aimed her smartphone at the plates in front of her snapping a picture of the steamed dumplings, beer-marinated chicken and the lamb and vegetable dishes. Before checking in and sharing her photos with her friends on China’s most popular LBS app, Jiepang, she decorated her pictures with cartoon lips and teeth that neatly framed the photo and identified her as a “foodie”.

In the corner of the photo frame was a small Listerine logo with text: “I’m crazy about food”. Use of the photo frame earned the user a discount on the new Listerine Green Tea flavor mouthwash at local retailers. Johnson & Johnson is clearly aware of the need to connect with the consumer on the consumer’s terms, both online and off, making marketing a natural part of the message and making that message come alive as part of the user experience.

It seems that companies like Johnson & Johnson are enjoying a vast market in China where mouthwash is not a typical part of daily oral hygiene. Though only costing $60,000, the highly successful “Camera Tastes the Food Before the Mouth Does” campaign gained 2.54 million media impressions, increased sales 23% and was nominated for “Best Small Budget Marketing Campaign” by Asian Marketing Effectiveness 2013.

Similarly, Neutrogena’s “I Love Sunshine” campaign relies on Jiepang’s open API to create smart photo filters that users can apply to their photos, adding sun ray photo effects according to the time of day, location, temperature and timestamp of the photo along with a UV rating.  Users of the photo filter earn a branded virtual badge with special code that can be redeemed for a discount on Neutrogena purchases both on- and offline.

Checking in by itself is only part of the story.  But when typically activities like taking a picture are augmented with Jiepang’s smart photo filters or their newest activity tags such as “exercise”, “work”, “food”, or “travel” people are sharing more about themselves – the who and what, not just the where of their lives. This provides more common points of connection between users on- and offline and gives global brand partners like Johnson & Johnson, Starbucks, Volkswagen and others more meaningful ways to reach consumers.

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Map Shows Morocco would have been North Carolina’s Neighbor https://www.wordulator.com/2013/08/14/map-shows-morocco-would-have-been-north-carolinas-neighbor/ https://www.wordulator.com/2013/08/14/map-shows-morocco-would-have-been-north-carolinas-neighbor/#respond Wed, 14 Aug 2013 22:54:20 +0000 http://www.wordulator.com/?p=478 Take a moment to look at this amazing collection of maps courtesy of TwistedSifter.  Lightning strikes, alcohol consumption, maternity leave…even a map of the age that people first have sex.   It’s all here and I guarantee you’ll never see the world the same way again. Pangea, the supercontinent landmass of 300 million years ago […]

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Take a moment to look at this amazing collection of maps courtesy of TwistedSifter.  Lightning strikes, alcohol consumption, maternity leave…even a map of the age that people first have sex.   It’s all here and I guarantee you’ll never see the world the same way again.

Pangea, the supercontinent landmass of 300 million years ago before the continental drift puts Morocco just a few miles away from North Carolina. See, we really are world neighbors.

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Last-Minute Father’s Day Gadget Waterproof Audio Player for the Water Sports Fan in Your Life https://www.wordulator.com/2013/06/11/last-minute-fathers-day-gadget-waterproof-audio-player-for-the-water-sports-fan-in-your-life/ https://www.wordulator.com/2013/06/11/last-minute-fathers-day-gadget-waterproof-audio-player-for-the-water-sports-fan-in-your-life/#respond Tue, 11 Jun 2013 20:09:40 +0000 http://www.wordulator.com/?p=450 Now that the weather’s good and Father’s Day is just around the corner, here’s a waterproof audio player that’s a great last-minute father’s day gift that will make his time in the water so much more fun.  The UwaterK8 is a tiny one-ounce waterproof MP3 Player/FM radio audio player that can be worn on a […]

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Weighing only one ounce and waterproof, the UwaterK8 Audio Player can be worn on a swim cap.

Weighing only one ounce and waterproof, the UwaterK8 Audio Player can be worn on a swim cap.

Now that the weather’s good and Father’s Day is just around the corner, here’s a waterproof audio player that’s a great last-minute father’s day gift that will make his time in the water so much more fun.  The UwaterK8 is a tiny one-ounce waterproof MP3 Player/FM radio audio player that can be worn on a swim cap, armband or goggles.The UwaterK8 comes with waterproof stereo headphones and has 8GB of memory to store up to 20 audio books or 2400 songs. The digital tuner can deliver the latest FM radio entertainment or news so you never have to miss your Saturday morning “Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me” show even if you’re doing laps in your pool.

The UwaterK8 can deliver music to a depth of 10 feet so you can listen to the The Little Mermaid while enjoying your own underwater adventures for up to 7 hours of MP3 or 8 hours of FM play on a single charge. The same 3.5mm port lets you charge, or download files or attache the 20″ waterproof stereo earphones that come with the audio player.

46 million Americans swim, say the National Sporting Goods Association (NSGA).  And while you’ve resisted taking your mobile phone in the water, you can now enjoy your music, audio books or FM radio while swimming with no worries about getting your audio player wet.

Available for $129.95 from Fitness Technologies.

 

 

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Low-tech Mobile Add-On to Keep Your Valuables Close https://www.wordulator.com/2013/04/03/435/ https://www.wordulator.com/2013/04/03/435/#respond Wed, 03 Apr 2013 21:44:07 +0000 http://www.wordulator.com/?p=435 I have a lovely wallet with everything in its place.  But when I travel light, all that organization seems to fall apart. My currency is stuffed in one pocket, credit cards in another. It’s just not elegant. That’s why CardNinja caught my eye. It’s a stretchy sleeve that sticks on the back of your phone or […]

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I have a lovely wallet with everything in its place.  But when I travel light, all that organization seems to fall apart. My currency is stuffed in one pocket, credit cards in another. It’s just not elegant.

That’s why CardNinja caught my eye. It’s a stretchy sleeve that sticks on the back of your phone or your phone case and can hold enough credit cards, money and IDs to eliminate any worry about leaving a purse or wallet back home.  It’s good for a trip to the gym or grocery store or real travel when you don’t want to be weighed down.

After my (thankfully) successful minor back surgery a couple of years ago, I learned to give up some of the things I used to drag around all the time.  I still can’t do without a decent pocket camera (yes, I like my phone camera but it’s just not the same).  A back pack…nah, still too tempting to fill it up.  I’m looking forward to more near field communications in our everyday life – our Lucky’s grocery chain has installed new NFC-capable POS terminals, another indication of our mobile phone-centric world.

It may seem a bit much at $19.95 but I can’t figure out a better way to put everything in one place.  So I give this low-tech but very useful mobile phone accessory a thumbs up.  Makes a nice gift too. www.cardninja.com

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Couples Cozy up to Tablets Finds Internet Research Study https://www.wordulator.com/2013/02/14/share_phone_screen_on_tablets/ https://www.wordulator.com/2013/02/14/share_phone_screen_on_tablets/#respond Fri, 15 Feb 2013 01:24:32 +0000 http://www.wordulator.com/?p=398 It’s always been difficult for more than one person to gather ’round a mobile phone, so maybe on this Valentine’s Day it might be time to think about moving what’s on your mobile phone to your tablet for easier sharing with your beloved.  At least that’s what a Harris Interactive study (PDF) released by The Search […]

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It’s always been difficult for more than one person to gather ’round a mobile phone, so maybe on this Valentine’s Day it might be time to think about moving what’s on your mobile phone to your tablet for easier sharing with your beloved.  At least that’s what a Harris Interactive study (PDF) released by The Search Agency may suggest.

Yesterday, app developer, Spring Design announced (PDF) ScreenShare Browser Pro, an app that enables Android phones to share their screens with Android tablets, even if the tablet doesn’t have a cellular connection.  The bond of bliss between the two devices is created by  Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.  The phone fetches the Internet content and UI and sweetly delivers it to the tablet making it easier to use your web-based email, browsing and even share viewing web-based photo galleries with your honey on your tablet’s larger screen. Virtual keyboard and functions like pinch and zoom work on the tablet, even though the content is coming via the phone.

At home,  use the Wi-Fi connection between phone and tablet for high bandwidth uses like video, say the people at Spring Design.  So if you’re cooking a romantic Valentine’s dinner together tonight ScreenShare can even split content between phone and tablet, letting one of your view a cooking video on the tablet while your partner reviews the recipe text and video comments on the phone.  But if you’re taking an evening walk in the park where there’s no Wi-Fi, the Bluetooth connection will deliver content to your tablet.

ScreenShare Browser Pro for Phone is available for download at the Google Play store and costs $4.99 with a promo price of $2.99. The required sister app, ScreenShare for Tablet is free.

 

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Can’t Make it to Your Next Dinner or Meeting? Use Your Robot https://www.wordulator.com/2012/12/13/robotic-tablet-represents-you-at-your-next-dinner-or-meeting/ https://www.wordulator.com/2012/12/13/robotic-tablet-represents-you-at-your-next-dinner-or-meeting/#respond Thu, 13 Dec 2012 23:14:34 +0000 http://www.wordulator.com/?p=383 Kubi, meaning literally “neck” in Japanese, is the next big thing in telepresence. This attractively styled robotic stand from Revolve Robotics for camera-enabled tablets fits as nicely on a table at holiday dinners as it does at board meetings or in classrooms.  And it represents: YOU. You control Kubi from afar, using web-based remote control […]

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Kubi, meaning literally “neck” in Japanese, is the next big thing in telepresence. This attractively styled robotic stand from Revolve Robotics for camera-enabled tablets fits as nicely on a table at holiday dinners as it does at board meetings or in classrooms.  And it represents: YOU. You control Kubi from afar, using web-based remote control and Facetime, Skype or other video calling or telepresence apps, tilting the stand up when you want to look up when family members stand for a toast and down when you want to see what’s on someone’s plate. You can take a virtual look around the room as much as 300 degrees. And if you’re bored, you can even “look” at the clock on the wall…remotely. It’s all in your hands as you control the Kubi stand from anywhere in the world.
And that’s what makes Kubi so natural. The viewer is in charge of moving the tablet and camera.
We’ve all been there when someone has held a tablet up for us, forcing us to see them swing the tablet from their pet dog, up to someone’s face, down again to see the baby crawling on the floor. It’s enough to get seasick. But Kubi is different, natural and get this, affordable.
Delivery is expected April 2013 and Revolve Robotics is raising money now on indiegogo. Order now and you can get one for as little as $199. They’ll be $249 retail. Want to give one for Christmas? Revolve Robotics will complement your $275 order with a laser-engraved token placeholder.
This is bound to be one of the more unusual and exciting tech gifts for Christmas 2012. http://www.indiegogo.com/kubi

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Globalgig Offers No-Plan Hot Spot Connectivity Abroad https://www.wordulator.com/2012/11/29/globalgig-offers-no-plan-hot-spot-connectivity-abroad/ https://www.wordulator.com/2012/11/29/globalgig-offers-no-plan-hot-spot-connectivity-abroad/#respond Thu, 29 Nov 2012 21:51:07 +0000 http://www.wordulator.com/?p=364 Have you ever been stuck with heinous roaming fees when traveling abroad? Kinda takes the fun out of posting pictures or watching videos when you’re not within WiFi range. Globalgig has just launched its carrier grade mobile internet service with a hotspot device that connects with local networks through your smartphone, tablet or laptop.  You […]

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Have you ever been stuck with heinous roaming fees when traveling abroad? Kinda takes the fun out of posting pictures or watching videos when you’re not within WiFi range.

Globalgig has just launched its carrier grade mobile internet service with a hotspot device that connects with local networks through your smartphone, tablet or laptop.  You don’t have to switch you SIM card, nor deal with your carrier to buy a special data plan.  The device costs $119 and can connect up to five devices at speeds up to 7.2 MB per second.

But hey, I had a hotspot for years.  What makes Globalgig different is that [drum roll] there’s no months-long data plan. You can cancel or make changes just by contacting the company 48 hours before the end of your billing cycle.  That kind of freedom is great, particularly if you only travel at certain times.  This past year I paid for my hotspot plan with a certain US carrier for 12 months but only needed it for two of those months when I was overseas or away from WiFi.  Yes, I put my plan on hiatus but that only added months at the end of my plan (or face charges for an early termination).

Globalgig plans range from 1GB for $25 to 5GB for $49 the equivalent of about a penny per megabyte. Just what does that get you?  Here’s a handy guide: http://globalgig.com/m-55-voiamo.aspx

Globalgig is launching in the US, Australia and UK.  www.globalgig.com

 

 

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