Dinner in #innisfail, everyone has a full belly for the last leg of the #townsville to #cairns bike ride #cycling #tcbr


Now we’re talking!

Can’t wait till these are released

Inside LIFX

We’re nearing the final bend now, and it’s hugely exciting to be at this point! Yesterday the production line fired up and produced the first full batch of C-Samples and here they come!


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To get to this point, is incredibly exciting and I’m hugely grateful to everyone in our team who’ve been here with me in China, and the team at home for continuing to refine the hardware and the app at home.

Marc in particular has had a huge month spending all of it between Shanghai (over seeing manufacture of the control boards) and here in Shenzhen doing anything and everything required to support the production team at the factory and get the bulbs working perfectly.

And boy do they work well! This for me is the most fun part, taking them back and testing them in the hotel and having all the parts working seamlessly together…

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Time to adapt to mobile and Siri

I found this on linked in and it came from a Futurist and Innovation expert. The advice in there is pretty good but i’m wondering if this isn’t already mainstream. 

I read the article and much of it doesn’t come as a surprise, it’s more a ‘yep, heard that before’. But the one thing i found useful was the adoption of Siri, this i think is a winner.

How you do this is yet to be determined. It would be nice if you could say ‘Siri, purchase a bike pump and have it delivered here’. Siri would need to know what bike tyre valve you have, how much you’d be willing to spend and where you live. This may be a little far off but it would almost be like having you’re own personal assistant.

Anyway, enjoy the read.