I haven't ever really used a capacitive stylus in any capacity (no pun intended), but I'm intrigued to try one for actual handwriting. I rest the side of my hand on the screen when I'm using it, so I'm not sure how that'd work out.
City of London, UK
Top quality downtempo dubstep from the UK. Very new and hot, I saw these guys twice, once in Austin at SxSW and second time at Fabric in London and they're bound to blow up very soon. Similar to James Blake, Nicolas Jaar. They just have a new album out as well.
Started using one of these for sketching / prototyping app ideas, flows, wireframes etc on my iPad. Works pretty good. Definitely beats drawing with my fat fingers. I use Penultimate and iMockups as the apps. I got mine from Apple reseller store so I imagine Apple stores might have them too.
Just picked these up as a replacement to my well enjoyed, but ever flimsy Dre Beat Solo's. Lovely design, fits my bald head perfectly without leaving spaces on the sides. A lot more comfortable, good bass as needed and has brighter, crisper sound than the Beats. At 99 euros, I can say that they might be one of the best price/quality ratio over the head headphones in the market. Very happy so far.
Yes maybe this one is a bit too popular but I'm recommending it because this book inspired me to start a more enjoyable and risk tolerant life. I moved from New York to Amsterdam, thanks to Tim Ferriss and joined the digital nomad culture. I haven't been happier.
Momento is a very well designed diary app, that aggregates your activity on social networks daily and presents in a very nice format. So I can go to last Friday and see my tweets, the tracks I loved on last.fm, the pictures I uploaded to Flickr or Instagram, my Foursquare and Gowalla check-ins etc. Not super important but kind of nice to look at it every now and then.
After much research, I had replaced my good old (and durable) Klipsch reference series with Focals - well not replaced really, Klipsch went to the bedroom, Focal to the living room. Super clear sound, amazingly tight bass - coupled with their subwoofer of course. These are pretty old by now though (4 years maybe?). They have much newer models you should check out. They look pretty radical too.
The Glitch Mob represents a new form of electronica that's slower, glitchier and noisier. Very electro and addictively awesome. They are Exploding status On Gigsby. Glitch hop, turbo crunk. Also scroll right to the last video and watch that Street Warfare for an amazing street experiment they did.