OC23 Open Stage April 2017 Photos

Photos by Juliane and Luke, editing by Luke. All photos are released under a Creative Commons 3.0 License (non-commercial use with attribution), so email for any commercial uses. Thanks.

Easier viewing, liking, commenting, tagging and sharing via the Facebook album: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10154833819867912.1073741900.576112911&type=1&l=a177d2c000

no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description. no title: no description.


I love to read comments and feedback about my blog posts. Please email me, I reply to every message: luke@juggler.net





Luke is Vlogging: BeatsX Wireless Headphones review

After the success of my MacBook Pro review, I decided to review my new BeatsX headphones/earphones/earbuds. What’s the deal with the W1 chip, and will it make bluetooth pairing as painless as promised? What’s the battery life like? And what are the smaller issues and benefits that you can only discover after a few weeks of using a new piece of tech in normal life?