Level Up Your Cleaning Technology: Dreame Bot L10 Pro Vacuum and Mop

    We have been really enthused about levelling up our cleaning technology around the house. What had been drudgery is now closer to what we were promised as kids watching ... Continue Reading →

Dreame T-30 – Time to Leverage Great Design with Powerful Performance for Clean Up

By now even the nastiest piles of snow should be melted, and spring is clean up time. Whether your TO DO list includes thinning the herd of stuff in your attic or emptying the garage ... Continue Reading →

The Who Really Sell Out – Super Deluxe Edition

In many ways the original December 1967 release was a transitional album. “Transitional” is often used in a simplistic way when you can’t slide an album easily into the band’s ... Continue Reading →

Spring Gear 2021

With any luck the fresh breath of spring is at hand, and the shackles of Covid are loosening. Here are several items that are accelerating my shift into spring time. CLIQ Chair In ... Continue Reading →

Technology Marriages Can be a Good Thing

I look back fondly on several circumstances where two seemingly disparate technologies are merged into one, and the result is brilliant efficiency. For instance, back in the day I had ... Continue Reading →

Nomadland

This crisp 108 minute film follows Fern (Frances McDormand) as she seeks work, while having no fixed address. Whether a human robot in an Amazon shipping center or tenuously employed ... Continue Reading →

Land – Robin Wright Goes it Almost Alone

Robin Wright very astutely and adroitly negotiated a position behind the camera as “House of Cards” became successful. Scrutiny of the credits on other shows reveals similar strategies. For ... Continue Reading →

The Dig

On the cusp of World War 2 a widow hires a chap to explore the massive dirt mounds on her estate. Ralph Fiennes superbly plays Basil Brown, a so-called excavator. That understates ... Continue Reading →