How does the media make a living? That’s an interesting question these days, and it’s something I think about a lot.
My great grandfather was Alexander Wetherell Thorne, and I have to admit that I don’t know a lot about him. I do have a lot of incredible things from his life though, including some stunning old photos of Saint John, New Brunswick.
Last month I had the DJI Mavic 2 Pro to review, and ended up going to Gravenhurst, Ontario for the weekend, and the flying was pretty much perfect when it wasn’t snowing.
It’s been a long time since I’ve listened to vinyl. I’m old enough that I actually grew up with the occasional record, especially at Christmas, but those days ended some time around 1989. By the time I was a teenager, I only had eyes for CDs, although some of my choices were pretty embarrassing back then.
This year I’m feeling like a professional photographer, and I know how that sounds, but it’s pretty amazing to me.
I have always been a camera fanatic, probably because my father was too, but once I started shooting video, that started to become my default. There is nothing quite like a capturing that perfect moment on video, and for one of my next reviews on The GATE, I’m test flying one of Parrot’s Bebop drones, which takes video into the air.
Okay, yes. Christopher Lloyd did an ad for the new Lego game, Lego Dimensions, and it’s fun for a little bit, but never mind that. Ultimately it’s a few moments of Lloyd doing his “Great Scott!” shtick (which, yes, I do love), but it doesn’t feel all that interesting.
At this point, I may actually have too many websites, but I’m also really excited about this one, and here’s why.