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Dave Parrack

Dave Parrack

Dave is a technology journalist with a ravenous appetite for gadgets, gizmos, and gubbins. He's based in the U.K., and from his center of operations writes about all facets of modern and future technology. He has learned more in his five years writing for the Web than he did in 11 years at school, and with none of the boring subjects thrown in to the mix.

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— Good Thinking

The Miracle Machine turns water (and a few added ingredients) into wine

By - March 6, 2014 6 Pictures
A certain historical figure is reputed to have once turned water into wine, and whether you believe this event actually happened or not, the idea is a compelling one. Now, a wine expert and an entrepreneur claim that they have created a device that turns this concept into a reality. Just to ensure the connection is made, they have called the device the Miracle Machine. Read More
— Wearable Electronics

Durr, the faceless watch that vibrates every 5 minutes

By - February 7, 2014 4 Pictures
Time may be constant, but our perception of it is constantly changing. If you're happy and having fun, it tends to pass more quickly than if you're miserable and suffering. Time has also been shown to pass more quickly for older people than younger generations. Wearing a wristwatch doesn't necessarily help us become more aware of the passing of time, but wearing Durr may well do ... By stretching our preconceived ideas of what constitutes a timepiece. Read More
— Urban Transport

Loop bike rack adds flexibility to security

By - January 31, 2014 6 Pictures
With bicycle theft such a common crime, anyone who regularly cycles in the city needs to both own a good bike lock and choose wisely when it comes to parking. We've seen lots of innovative approaches to both bike locks – such as the Saddle Lock and Foldylock – and bike racks, such as the Cyclepod and the Next Gen. Loop, from Ottawa-based design consultancy The Federal Inc., is another attempt at improving on the latter. Read More
— Outdoors

Vertex Ultralight Backpacking Stove leaves more room for food

By - January 24, 2014 7 Pictures
If there's one thing liable to ruin the backpacking experience, it's being weighed down by too much baggage. The problem is there are several things considered essential for the serious backpacker who spends his or her day hiking and his or her nights camping in the wilderness. One of which is a stove. The Vertex Ultralight Backpacking Stove could solve the dilemma of traveling light vs. eating every evening. Read More
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