Liveblog of Tony Fadell interview at LeWeb Paris 2013 Making the boring fascinating Nest is all about creating and reinnovating unloved products in the home. There are many products that we grew up with that are still exactly the same. The TV and telephone
There’s something seductive about counter-intuitive solutions. The fact that they feel wrong makes you think that they’re right… I’m trying something counter-intuitive right now. I’ve been struggling with balancing productivity and family time since my wife went back to work
This year has been difficult. Sure, some great things have happened, but getting our life back on track after the shock that ended last year has been tough, has required some difficult choices, and has lead to some emotional battering along the way. But
Blimey. It’s been a bit quiet around here, hasn’t it? Here’s why: I’ve just moved. We finally have the house we have been working towards for
It has been a week of changes, which is one of the reasons for my silence on the blog. The big change came on Monday, when we finally completed the sale of the flat I’ve lived in for the last decade and a
Winter is finally here which, frankly, is not great news for me right now. You see, the flat rennovation is still in full swing, and two rooms are yet to be plastered. When those rooms are done, we”ll put the central heating back
I’m sat on the upper floor of a Starbuck’s on the [Royal Mile](http://maps.google.com/maps?ll=55.9505555556,-3.18555555556&spn=0.01,0.01&q=55.9505555556,-3.18555555556 (Royal%20Mile)&t=h "Royal
The observant may have noticed that the colour scheme of my blog broadly matches the colour scheme of my study, pictured below. This is entirely intentional. Sad, huh?