When I was a kid I always found the same thing in my Christmas stocking; an apple, orange, peppermint stick and a book of Lifesavers. As such, it was always the last place I looked for cool gifts. Sometimes I didn’t even think to look in there until much later Christmas Day. But a stocking is a great place to hide big gifts in small packages. Here are some of my favorite tech gadgets from
Anytime I’ve ever asked my dad what he wants for Christmas or his birthday he says the same thing: “nothing”. I admire him for that but for crying out loud! You want to get your dad something he’ll enjoy and for the man who seems to have everything that isn’t easy to do. I’ve seen a lot of cool tech gadgets this past year and have made a note of all the things perfect for
click on the photos to be taken to its Amazon Listing. Anyone who has a 3-8 year old probably knows the hottest toy this Christmas is the Fingerling . It’s an interactive monkey, small enough to grasp onto a tiny finger. It does tricks, follows voice commands and speaks. This holiday almost every child wants one but they’re hard to find in stock. Amazon has them now for around $15.
Santa never disappointed me when I opened some type of music gadget on Christmas morning. There was the Juliette all-in-one record player/cassette player/radio when I was in the 5th grade. There were the Realistic headphones in the 6th (I think that was my dad’s idea following the stereo speakers), the Eagles Live cd in 1980 and the Bluetooth speaker just a couple of years ago. What can I say, I’ve been a pretty good boy. Thing
Lights, gadgets, camera, action: Do you have someone on your wish list this year who has an interest in filmmaking or YouTube videos? Today’s smartphone cameras are so good at taking photos and video some Hollywood directors are shooting feature films with iPhones. Famed director Steven Soderbergh, who’s biggest hits are “Logan Lucky”, “Oceans Eleven” and “Erin Brockovich” is reportedly releasing a new thriller to the big screen in the spring of 2018 that