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Mar 11, 2009

Beyond Twitter: How to use GeoBlogging to catch the next social media wave

Posted by in Articles, Featured, How To, Social Media

Micro-blogging with sites like Twitter is so 2008. The latest trend for the 2009 social media rockstar is to show the world where you are and where you’ve been. It’s now possible to capture not just the time, but your precise location from all manner of different devices, and publish any content you take on […]


Jan 31, 2009

How to make money with online video

Posted by in Articles, Featured, How To, Social Media
how to succeed with online video

If you love making videos, want to make money from them and become the next YouTube superstar, then success and riches are just an upload away. If only it were that easy! Fortunately, I’ve created a guide on how to succeed with online video, which shows you how to use your video camera, the dozens […]


Jan 26, 2009

15 video sites better than YouTube

Posted by in Articles, Featured, Social Media
sites better than YouTube

Having the latest YouTube camcorder is one thing, but is YouTube the best place to upload your video? In this second Social Media Mentalism post, I’ve compiled a list of 15 video sites that are even better than YouTube, allowing you to capture a much a wider audience, and ultimately become Internet famous!


Jan 23, 2009

The best YouTube cameras to make you a YouTube Superstar

Posted by in Articles, Featured, How To, Social Media
How to be a YouTube superstar

In the first of our Social Media Mentalism series, I’ll show you the gadgets you need to become a YouTube superstar. Not just YouTube though – there are dozens of sites like you YouTube that let you upload your Web video and become Internet famous. In this guide, I’ll show you how to make YouTube […]


Jan 22, 2009

Social Media mentalism – the gadgets you need to rock the social media world

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Social media

Gadget lust is great, but buying a shiny new gizmo is only part of the deal – other than drool over it, what can you actually do with it? In a new series of posts, I’ll show you how to make the most of the latest gadgets on the market. For this series, I’ll look […]


Jan 15, 2009

How HDTVs will look in 2010 and beyond

Posted by in Articles, CES 2009, Events, HDTV, Opinion, Video and TV
new HDTV technology

Now that CES 2009 has finished, we have more of an idea of what’s in store for HDTV in 2009. Better still, several distinct new trends were on display, which point to the future of HDTV. We round up those trends in this article to give a revealing glimpse of what you can expect from […]


Nov 25, 2008

How to create creepy speakers

Posted by in Audio, How To
Munny Speaker

A little while ago we wrote about the SpeakerBuddy which reminded us of a cowering child with a hoodie (not sure what that says about our state of mind) but kitting out your Hi-Fi with little people shaped speakers can be a bit on the pricy side. With the recession looming we all need to […]


Oct 30, 2008

How to watch free internet television

Posted by in How To, Lists

So you want to watch something but you haven’t got the DVD and it is not on TV right now? Fancy watching what you want for free and right now? Thankfully the internet is a wondrous place and comes to your rescue. There are a plethora of sites out there on the World Wide Web […]


Aug 1, 2008

How to use your iPhone as a wireless modem

Posted by in Apple, How To, Miscellaneous, Portable Gadgets
tether you iPhone

You are out and about with your laptop and want to access the internet, maybe to write a blog entry or you have some other work to do. Slight problem, there are no WiFi hotspots anywhere near you! You could do the stuff on your iPhone but it lacks a decent text editor and it […]


Jul 23, 2008

How to make an iPhone/iPod stand

Posted by in Apple, How To
iPhone stand

Not all the versions of iPod/iPhone come with their own stand as standard so the industrious users at instructables have come up with several homemade solutions. You could go out and buy a stand from the shops relatively cheaply, but you could make your own for less money and have more fun doing it. There […]