When it comes to interior design, I’m a big fan of minimalism — which one can notice from the photo of my workplace (and that’s how it looks in real life and not only on the photo).
Long time I wished to build a wireless Qi phone charger right into my desk so that I could charge my mobile by simply laying it down onto the desktop.
There was an issue though. My desktop is a sheet of 10 mm-thick hardened glass, and common wireless chargers only support charging over a distance up to 8 mm.
Recently I have been able to find a solution to this and make it exactly the way I wanted.
We’re just back from the UAE. In Dubai all boards and announcements are bilingual, in Arabic and English. And it’s worth noting English there is quite decent compared to other non-English countries.
Yet there is a blunder now and then.
Even though it’s April 1st, I have some serious story for you today! It’s about what I’ve been up to for the last six months, which has been a pretty busy, interesting, and eye-opening time for me.
Do read on for intriguing details explaining what that is and why it is so fascinating.
More and more these days, one of the things I value most in travelling is the chance to unplug. This doesn’t mean I go into full nomad mode, forsake my smartphone, or anything of the kind. But with so much of day-to-day life now taking place through devices and screens, it’s nice to find a destination where you can simply explore and enjoy the real world.
One wants to believe this year will be better than the last one, simply as it’s hard to imagine how it can prove worse, yet there’s no improvement in sight just yet.
Anyway, there’s this tradition and I want to focus on positive things, which in fact dominated my past year, save for the one mentioned above.