2014: The year Microsoft lost my loyalty
From productivity to email to operating systems to mobile to hardware, David Gewirtz is no longer actively using Microsoft products. He's not a Microsoft hater. The transition just happened organically as he adopted products that better served his needs.
The Voice Of Louisville
As I sit here looking over the past twelve months, thinking of the countless interviews and all the inspiring style connoisseurs I've had the pleasure of featuring in the Fashion View column, I realize that 2014 has been a pretty extraordinary year.
Think Retro: Apple's Adjustable Keyboard harks back to the days of touch typing
You’ll recognize the picture above if you’re a Mac user of a certain vintage ( does secret Vintage Mac User handshake ), but anyone who came to Apple this century is probably looking at it with more questions than answers. Is it broken? What is with that space bar? And, possibly, oh my gosh, were Macs really ever that beige ? It’s a keyboard of course; the Apple Adjustable Keyboard. And it doesn ...
Old family movies are just…the worst. Aren’t they?
My father invited us over for a little impromptu visit tonight.“And”, he whispered cryptically, “I have a surprise for you!”I was wary. The last surprise he had for me was a vintage suppository maker. Not exactly re-giftable.
Rima Ostwani: Understated always works
I’m simple, elegant and feminine,” said Rima Ostwani about her personal style. “I throw in some trendy pieces once in a while but my overall look is always understated.”
Tales of My Dearest Natalie
Over the weekend, Max Mara ambassador Natalie Joos and I raided each other’s apartments –mine in the Financial District, hers in Williamsburg. I’m wildly obsessed with her cool,[..] The post Tales of My Dearest Natalie appeared first on Bryanboy.com - Fashion Blog .
Rat rods: Vintage vehicles made into rusty rides
Peter Duvaloois welds a battery box on a Rat Rod at his shop on Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014, in Saugerties, N.Y. The fast machines are pieced together from vintage parts and scrapyard finds. They are rumblier, rustier and turn more heads on the highway.
I Lied About Being a Psychic. It Worked.
Last February, I visited a small house in New Orleans’s Irish Channel where I had been told there were costumes for sale. It was a charming old house that smelled of cat, and was filled with all manner of costumes and accessories, glittery robes and wigs and headpieces, many of ... More »