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Getting Started with Obsidian

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  • Jaybird Run XT Review

    A while ago I reviewed the Vankyo X200 wireles earbuds and in that video I lamented the state of Jaybird headphones. Outside of the first pair I owned, which laster years, I’ve been getting months out of these headphones. I’ve returned for exchange more pairs than I’ve ever owned, and they’ve made the return process […]

  • RK84 Mechanical Keyboard for iPad User – Review and Sound Test

    For a number of months I was using the Anne Pro 2 as the keyboard for my iPad Pro while it was at my desk. Then it stopped being reliable with it’s wireless connection, and to stream from my iPad I need it to work wirelessly. I spent a bit of time looking and ended […]

  • Vankyo x200 IPX 8 Sport Headphones

    Today we’re going to look at my latest set of wireless bluetooth earbuds I use for sporting activities. Yes I’m saying that yet another pair of Jaybird’s have died. This time I went with the only pair of headphones I could find with an IPX8 rating. So let’s see how they’re doing after a few […]

  • Tarah Pro Headphones by Jaybird – Reviewed

    I’ve had a love/hate relationship with Jaybird products. The first pair of headphones they ever released worked for years in all conditions. They easily handled 6 hours in the pouring rain or bushwhacking in the mountains. My wife still uses a pair of their first generation headphones many times a week running and they work […]

  • Procase iPad Pro 2018 2020 keyboard case

    We’ll start with a disclaimer, ProCase got me a 99% coupon for this case. I paid something for it, but barely anything. They hoped I write something about it or add it to a video, but didn’t make that a requirement, and they haven’t seen this until you’re seeing it. The other truth is that […]

  • Under Desk USB 3 Headphone Mount

    After I built my magnetic iPad Pro VESA mount I wanted to keep cleaning up my desk and the accessories I use at my desk. Until recently I’ve been putting my headphones on my desk like a wild animal, but then I found this excellent under desk headphone hanger that also provides USB hub functionality. […]

  • My Quaratine Reads

    It’s been a bit since I recapped what I’m reading so, today is the day I talk about the books I’ve covered in the last few months of quarantine. Some were good, some were bad. **Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race** [Independent Bookstore](https://www.indiebound.org/book/9781408870556?aff=curtismchale) | [Amazon](https://amzn.to/2Y7ZPrQ) **Salvation** [Independent Bookstore](https://www.indiebound.org/book/9780399178849?aff=curtismchale) | [Amazon](https://amzn.to/2YO1eCO) **How […]

  • SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless with maOS and iPadOS

    Almost a year back my SteelSeries Wireless H headphones finally died after many years of stellar use. I tried to simply use my PowerBeats Pro for all my macOS, iPadOS, and iOS needs throughout the day, but they simply weren’t cutting it. Yes the mic is decent, and they change between devices fairly easily, but […]

  • Peak Everyday Pack – Retiring the Peak Everyday Messenger

    Recently Peak announced the release of version 2 of both the packs I will be reviewing today. The messenger was purchased when a friend was done reviewing it and wanted to sell it, a few months before the announcement of V2 bags. I purchased the Everyday Backpack a few days after the announcement of the […]

  • PowerBeats Pro – 4 Month Runners Review

    When I’m not spending time being dad or attempting to be a decent husband, I’m often found in the mountains on some adventure. Running on the regular trails, bushwhacking some new route through the river valley, or just training so I can do the other two things quickly with the limited weekends I have to […]