All posts by Cooper Carrasco


My 3 Year Old iPhone 5s Works Better Than Ever

I’ve seen countless articles about iOS updates breaking iPhones. Here’s the opening line from a Huffington Post article: Ever wonder why your iPhone seems to slow down after a few years? Why the once-amazing device gets cranky and struggles to perform basic tasks or load


Best Airport Purchase Ever

As you may know, Delabuzz is the in-house blog for the industrial design firm ANDesign. Earlier this month, our CEO and principal designer Andrew Namminga went to Shenzhen to check up with the ANDesign China team. On his flight home he discovered a product that


3 Keys to Desk-job Health

Here are 3 things you’ll definitely do, but might forget to do consciously, during long days at the desk. 1. Breathe – for your respiratory system. I can’t stress this enough. You might be breathing properly, but I doubt it. (It’s about as likely as


Best of Los Angeles Auto Show 2016

This year’s LA Auto Show was a little lackluster compared to previous years. There were notable debuts from Alfa Romeo and Fiat. But I was much more attracted to the classics that they brought out to stand next to the current counterparts.   I started


Crowdfunding is, surprisingly, still a great option

Everyone knows about Kickstarter. We’re past the excitement phase. Now, backing a Kickstarter is as normal as pre-ordering an upcoming video game (mainly for nerds.) A few years ago I would have bet that crowdfunding was just a fad. Well, people are backing campaigns now, not


The Eggs & Bacon Lie

  Your beloved bacon was not embraced by chance. Edward Bernays, nephew of Sigmund Freud, pioneer of PR, and author of “Propaganda” and “Crystallizing Public Opinion,” used his uncle’s techniques mixed with public relations to engineer public opinion. In the 1920s he was approached by Beech-Nut Packing Company