I’m Slowly Adding HomeKit Automation to our Whole House

With HomeKit finally being pretty robust, and widely supported I’ve slowly started adding automation to the house. It started with replacing our Nest with an Ecobee, which has been awesome! Then recently I added a iDevices Outdoor Switch to the rooftop. We’ve got some nice patio lighting up there, that I hate plugging and unplugging. I […]

Tom Bihn Daylight Briefcase

by John Wilker in I am a Consumer, Mac, reviews

I love Tom Bihn, this is my 3rd overall bag from them. This one is more utility than the others. I have a Ristretto for walking around when i don’t need a laptop with me. It’s awesome. It’s not very portable as a secondary bag though, it’s bulky and takes up space in luggage. It […]

I built an app.

Ok I didn’t. I guess I product managed an app :) Tom and his team worked with me on “Edit Me“. I’ve helped get lots of apps launched (no shortage of 360|iDev and Flex apps out there, that I helped with), but this is the first “not a conference attendees app” app. Edit Me, serves a […]

iWatch Review: MetaWatch

by John Wilker in iPhone, Mac, reviews, Technology

So a while back I did a review of my first iWatch (actually this was the first, but it was temporary). It was an ok watch, i had hoped for new features, and in the end the only firmware update that ever came out while adding new watch faces, didn’t do a ton more to make […]