Welcome to ig's spot!

Ahem...is this thing on?

If you're reading this you have probably doing so because of a bulletin I posted on my ig reviews channel, so welcome one and all.

First off, I'd like to thank each and every one of my subscribers for the support that you have given me over the last year. It's been great to see the consistent interaction that you all bring to the table every time I upload a video, and I've appreciated all of the questions/feedback/comments along the way. So now it's time to expand the horizons a bit into the realm of blogging.

I'm the sort of person that likes to have a say, and so this blog will a place that I'll post stuff that I've found useful, be they tutorials, mini app reviews, unique distributions, Android stuff, or anything else that catches my fancy. Essentially, it's a place for me to comment on whatever it is I don't have time to make a video for (if that makes sense). Again, the success of the this new venture is entirely in the hands of you the reader. Feel free to leave comments or questions wherever/whenever is convenient and so long as there is no vulgar language, your thoughts will be there for the rest of the readers to benefit from.

The videos on my channel are still my primary focus, but sometimes I feel I have so much to say, and so little time to put it into a video, so I will embrace the opportunity to share that information with the world and hope that someone somewhere will find it useful.

The next time I post, there will be something worth reading I promise.
Peace out!

(And now's the time to say 'hello' in the comments below :-)

This has nothing to do with my post, I just like polar bears.


  1. Looking forward to the blogs!

  2. Hello, just saying, I love your reviews

  3. I have found your reviews very enjoable. may I suggest that you give SolusOS a try and review. It has just issued it;s first proper release. Based on Debian stable I have found it very good particularly on lower powered machines. I've recently switched from MInt, and this distro takes far less resources. Ubuntu 12.04 will not run on my machine.

    No connection with the developers, just a satisfied user.


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