I got Lectric XP box in about a week ago, it comes fully assembled, and is securely packaged. After charging I was ready to go, and I can tell you so far (only gone about 15 miles) it has been fantastic. This is my first e-bike and its one of the most affordable on the… Read More A ride about on the Lectric XP ebike
It took me a while to join the ‘360’ party, but now that I am here, I love it. Recently I broke down and bought the Insta360 One camera off Amazon. Before you say it, I know there are several newer versions, that do more and look better, but $200 was a safer bet for… Read More Loving the Inst360 One Camera
Driving at dusk in the Vanderhall. A quick video of an evening drive in the Vanderhall Venice shot on a GoPro suction mounted between the rear roll-bars. I’ve sped it up a bit to make it more fun to watching.
I want to point you to a great article on The Verge tech website with live demo from Lauren Goode & Walt Mossberg getting a I’ve demo of a technology that I think (in the long term) will change the way we view content across multiple devices on large screens. You will need to watch… Read More Caavo – an early glimpse at the future of TV (and multi source content management)
The world went Ga-Ga over the great light show accompanying Lady Gaga at the Big Game this Sunday in Houston. Here are two videos looking at how its done. (Intel’s 100 Drone set-up) (and the 500 Drone set) Looking forward to seeing what comes next !
I was recently introduced to Scimathelon – a fun and exciting contest centered around Science & Math that pits kids one school (“the design team” who set up great science and math challenges) and kids Tom another (“the solution team” who must solve the STEM challenges made by the other team). What great opportunity for… Read More Sci:\\tech SCI.MATH.E.LON – a great initiative for motivating around Science & Math
Tesla software updates or like a early birthday present for Tesla owners. Today is a happy birthday indeed. This software update came very early this morning. Sharing the first images (lots of them) from the Tesla 8.
According to Elon Must with the pending Autopilot 8.0 later this week Tesla cars will now be able to “see” up to two vehicles ahead of the car in front of you. By utilizing ‘radar echo’ to enable the car to read the radar signature bounced from underneath the car(s) in front of you –… Read More AMAZING: With v8.0 Tesla Model S & X’s radar will see up to two cars beyond the one in front of you.
A good pal of mine asked several questions about range, charging and such after my Tesla – Best car for Hard Commute ! post… so here we go.. What percentage of battery is used on your commute? My typical range (for a daily charge of about 90% (it can be set to 100 % for longer trips))… Read More Tesla Charging & Range Questions Answered
My morning commute ? About 45 miles from the Woodlands Tx to the Energy Cooridor in Houston – 35 mile on the new open expanse that is Hwy 99 (Grand Parkway in Houston) and the last 10 mostly bumper to bumper traffic on I-10 east from 99 to Eldridge. And the Tesla Model S make… Read More Tesla – Best Vehicle for a Hard Commute!