Philipp Goedicke

  • CrunchGear Week in Review: LonelySquid15 Edition

    I’m Almost Ready for My Close-Up (Sleepy Thoughts on Video You Didn’t Demand)
    Philipp Goedicke Now Vista’s out. It’s great [1]. Or trash [2].
    New Shuffles hit the floor [3-5].
    But YouTube beckons with some cash [6]. Wake up, you’re on in four. [7] Show off new products from all sides,
    Tell others what you see [8-13].
    If you made it, beam with pride [14]. Wake… Read More

  • CrunchGear Week in Review: Lookout Edition

    Vista Point Ahead (Time to Pull Over and Seek Relief)
    Philipp Goedicke Blake thinks predictions of Business Week meek,
    So he gave us a glimpse of the havoc they wreak [1].
    But, hey, how would conservative investors stay aloft, mister,
    Without betting on Google [2] and MicroSoft’s Vista [3]?
    Since Vista’s gaming gives causes to shout [4],
    Let’s get it right now, though… Read More

  • CrunchGear Week in Review: Bedrest Edition

    Home, Sweet Couch
    Philipp Goedicke We’re back home, decompressing,
    Unpacking a mental mess [1, 2, 3],
    And spending some time guessing
    Just who killed CES. [4]
    (My guess: it wasn’t Jobs and his sleight-of-hand tricks [5, 6],
    It’s those seven other “dudes” who get lucky with the “chicks” [7].) And, already, faux iPhones can be gotten on the street [8],
    Read More

  • CrunchGear Week in Review: J-Phone

    Post-Show Glow
    Philipp Goedicke Here I am, staring down an odd week in review [1, 2],
    And since the task is obvious, I’ll do what I must do.
    You know I cannot help myself, though some you may groan,
    I’ll drum up some excitement [3] for the Apple, inc. iPhone.
    The other brand new super-phones [4] are lambs led to the slaughter,
    Because we all have seen, this week, Steve Jobs [5]… Read More

  • CrunchGear Week in Review: Fabulous Electronics

    Heave-ho, boys, and off to CES (or MacWorld)!
    Philipp Goedicke The writing on the wall [1] says that the date looms near
    So save and backup files [2-5],
    Then take care the welfare of your feline pee-er [6],
    And capture burglars’ smiles [7,8].
    Make sure than you can capture all the sights [9] and sounds [10],
    Strap wheels to both your feet [11],
    Have GPS so you can find your way around… Read More

  • CrunchGear Week in Review: New Year's Tattoo

    Presents, Past, and Future
    Philipp Goedicke The Happy [1], Merry [2] time is passed
    And how did we all fare?
    Did we get items meant to last
    Or fleeting as the air?
    If that tattoo is not for you
    Just laser off the ink. [3]
    Trade PS3 for someone’s Wii. [4]
    (Drive Sony folks to drink.)
    And all you bloggers keeping track:
    MS wants its laptops back.* [5] With presents gone, the… Read More

  • CrunchGear Week in Review: Christmas Sonnet

    Game Systems, By Hook or By Crook
    Philipp Goedicke Want games that unused gift cards [1] cannot buy?
    Since lotteries don’t work [2], give this a try:
    This week impressed us with an old-school heist [3].
    So go to Flippid [4] for a spy device [5],
    A tiny camera [6], a cell-phone-scope [7],
    A Gerber knife [8] in case you lose all hope.
    A solar charger [9] might do you a favor.
    For longer… Read More

  • CrunchGear Week in Review: iSonnet

    Editor’s note: We at CrunchGear think our readers deserve something a little more than just a bland rundown of last week’s announcements, rumors, product launches and reviews. So on Monday mornings we’ve enlisted the help of Philipp Goedicke to write our recaps to complement Bryce Durbin’s illustrations. Fans of National Public Radio’s weekly news quiz show… Read More