Profile

Cover photo
Peter Bailey
Lives in London
11,652 followers|4,443,676 views
AboutPostsPhotosYouTube+1'sReviews

Stream

Peter Bailey

Shared publicly  - 
 
Heh heh
1
Add a comment...

Peter Bailey

Shared publicly  - 
 
Real life eclipse vs TV eclipse. I feel cheated. #eclipse2015
5
Mark Durham's profile photo
 
Watch a Lunar eclipse. They are prettier in my opinion and easier to catch.
Add a comment...

Peter Bailey

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
Sony Reveal Virtual Reality Prototype: ‘Project Morpheus’
The Virtual Reality race just got interesting. Like, really interesting, with the release of Sony's 'Project Morpheus' prototype. Set for an early 2016 launch, the upgraded headset was revealed at this year's Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. First, let's talk details.
View original post
1
Add a comment...

Peter Bailey

Shared publicly  - 
 
What colour is this dress?

Science: http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw6vaOuSA
22 votes  -  votes visible to Public
68%
32%
Black and blue
68%
White and gold
32%
5
Fábio Pereira (Serzedo)'s profile photoStephan Uebelhör's profile photoMichael Hackett's profile photoPhillip Tunstall's profile photo
4 comments
 
This thing needs to die. Now.
Add a comment...

Peter Bailey

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
A Run Through London with the Sony Smartwatch 3 and Xperia Z3 Compact
I was kindly asked by Time Out if I'd like to take part in their running tour of London and try out the Sony Smartwatch 3 and Xperia Z3 Compact to see how they
View original post
2
1
Ana Hitta's profile photo
Add a comment...
Have him in circles
11,652 people
Bill Douglas's profile photo
Tomislav Kovacevic (Canon5Dtips)'s profile photo
Neel K Rao's profile photo
Eric Cheng's profile photo
Ash Slater's profile photo
Scott McElreath's profile photo
Tina Agya's profile photo
Rezoan Haider's profile photo
Bella Nouva (NewMusic)'s profile photo

Peter Bailey

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
Check out our collection of creative tech
View original post
1
Add a comment...

Peter Bailey

Shared publicly  - 
 
I wrote about happiness
There is something wrong with the West. We’re richer, we live longer, we work less, but we’re not happy.
3
Add a comment...

Peter Bailey

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
Makers, to your soldering irons!
As a maker, your soldering iron is an essential part of your toolkit. The problem is, using solderless breadboards is so easy that it doesn't see much action and ends up gathering dust in the corner of your workbench. Through their campaign A Kit A Month, Pocketmoneytronics will deliver 5 ...
View original post
2
Add a comment...

Peter Bailey

Shared publicly  - 
6
Mark Durham's profile photoTyger Doyle's profile photo
2 comments
 
Utter balls, naturally.
Add a comment...

Peter Bailey

Shared publicly  - 
 
Our company is looking for a designer type with entrepreneurial spirit who is up for jumping into anything; not just designing. Apply here.
IU are recruiting for a new full-time member to join the team! While we don't believe in job titles, we would like your 'super power' to be in design and creativity, with a willingness to get involved in everything we do from client work & pitches to ventures & upholding the company culture (our ...
2
Michael Meurs's profile photoPeter Bailey's profile photoPhillip Tunstall's profile photo
3 comments
 
Sounds awesome! But.... Crap. Job is in London. I even have the cocktail skills damn it.
Add a comment...

Peter Bailey

Shared publicly  - 
 
Just about the most useful thing I've built
A remote control light was a really good idea when I bought the RF plug sockets. But having to fumble around finding the remote in a dark room was annoying and
1
Add a comment...
Story
Tagline
Tech Blogger at +Techmog • Maker of stuff • Coder by necessity • Lover of cats, gifs and cat gifs
Basic Information
Gender
Male
Relationship
Single
Peter Bailey's +1's are the things they like, agree with, or want to recommend.
Get some Honest advice
techmog.com

New technology and innovation company Modular Innovations, started by two advertising execs, have developed an app for the purpose of honest

Build your own laptop, powered by Raspberry Pi
techmog.com

If you are among those disappointed by Apple's Mac Book announcement; a single USB Type-C port, and an odd 12″ screen size, we have a soluti

Makers, to your soldering irons!
techmog.com

As a maker, your soldering iron is an essential part of your toolkit. The problem is, using solderless breadboards is so easy that it doesn'

Controlling Remote Control Plug Sockets with Arduino
techmog.com

A remote control light was a really good idea when I bought the RF plug sockets. But having to fumble around finding the remote in a dark ro

Review of the Two Faced YotaPhone
techmog.com

In terms of mobile phones we all seem to be over the naff and gimmicky. Phones with inbuilt Rubix cubes and pencil sharpeners are things of

Give your projects machine vision with OpenMV Cam
techmog.com

I've been playing around with the CMUcam5 Pixy and it's an amazing board capable of picking out coloured objects at high speed. Using it wit

Anyone can Create the Internet of Things with Wemo Maker
techmog.com

For a good number of years there has been a silent force driving engineers to make engineering simpler. Building an electronic prototype tak

Easily Create an App for your Arduino Project with Blynk
techmog.com

You might be able to cobble together a basic smartphone app for your Arduino project with Phonegap. But if you don't have the knowhow or pat

Simplest Way to Control all Devices
techmog.com

NEEO is a smart system that lets you control all your devices from one place and even knows who you are when you pick it up. There are two p

Trigger Things by Sound with this Beautiful Device
techmog.com

Listnr is a completely new type of communication device allowing you to interact with your environment by sound. You can get a notification

Merge Networks to Boost Internet Speeds
techmog.com

Netup is an app designed to combine cellular, bluetooth and wifi networks to provide faster and cheaper internet to devices. The technology

Gift pints to friends with One From Me • Techmog - Inspirational tech fr...
techmog.com

London pubs have become labs in recent years for startups attempting to revolutionise the way they work. You have to admit that there's oppo

Control any appliance with your smartphone • Techmog - Inspirational tec...
techmog.com

A team of scientists, engineers and designers have launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the mass production of their web enabled plugs to

Brandon Text Bold font details - Font2s.com
font2s.com

Brandon Text Bold font details. View font details, character map, custom preview, downloads, file contents and more.

Mono is a match boxed sized computer for your Internet of Things • Techm...
techmog.com

Danish company monoLit has launched a campaign to raise 500000 DKK (53000 GBP) for their handy sized Internet of Things computer designed to

Pretty disappointing in every aspect except the decor. We were asked to come back in an hour when a table at the restaurant would be available. That's fair enough we thought, so after an hour we came back, but this time we were told by the manager, half walking away from us, that there were no tables available. The place was completely empty. So the restaurant manager suggested we have the bar food instead, so we did. Three platters of food at £15 each barely fed us. Additionally they had replaced the sausages with beef jerky without asking. Beef jerky isn't something you serve at a high-end restaurant as this attempts to be. We were seriously considering taking it home for our dog but decided not to offend it. As far as I can tell the chef has never been to Africa. Spring rolls, samosas, chips, two pickled onions. Granted the spring rolls had crocodile in. They were nice. They tasted like chicken.. they were probably chicken.. Still hungry and aware of the fortune we had just spent on a thimble of food we ordered one single ostrich burger between us. It's like a normal burger except with a strong taste of chicken. Go here for a look around and a drink. Stay away from the food. They're clearly not set up to serve even a small number of tables and even if you do get one the food is overpriced and bland.
• • •
Public - in the last week
reviewed in the last week
The falafel version of subway. It's quick and easy but the portions aren't massive and no one really told me how the whole thing worked (almost walked off without filling my roll with food). Probably won't go back since I was hungry after eating it, but will keep the option open as a last resort.
Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I'm not a big fan of ale, but their Hackney Hopster was probably the nicest beer I've had. All their drinks are brewed right next to the bar and you can even see it through a window as you drink. The interior is mostly ply wood, but it feels more makeshift and hipster rather than cheap. I was starving, so I decided to try their chicken stew. Again - best stew I've ever had. Amazing that a bar could make something so nice. Really want to go back.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
After wandering around Soho for 30 minutes we were glad to find Hix was fairly empty. I'd previously been to the downstairs cocktail bar and knew the standards were high (most expensive cocktail I've had in London). £17 for fish fingers was a big steep in my opinion, but they were nicely cooked with a home made pea puree. For desert I had 'Credit Crunch Icecream', which was novel and tasty. Go if you're looking for a posh night.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
54 reviews
Map
Map
Map
I'd walked past this place many times because it looks like a chain on the outside (sorry). But the inside is far more friendly with interesting tiles lining the checkout. I had a Kofta wrap which was small but very tasty.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Finding this place wasn't the easiest thing; hidden behind a massive wooden door and below ground. But I really liked this place. Possibly my most favourite cocktail bar in London. The cocktail makers were standing in a sunken area so people seated at the bar didn't have to look up (handy). Comfy sofas were plentiful, although we chose a table with a broken chair which I promptly fell through. My cocktail was amazing and I especially liked the story of each in the menu. This is the first place I will recommend when asked for a cocktail bar.
• • •
Atmosphere: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
From the outside you'd think this cafe is a greasy spoon for the local builders. You'd never imagine that it's an Italian restaurant and an institute. They say that if you ask they'll make you anything. I'd never tested this but it's nice to think they would.
Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago