Link for iPad Shoulder Bag – Review

On July 17, 2014, in Bag, iPad, Review, by Elisa Pacelli

Link for iPad Shoulder Bag
Company: STM
Price: $59.95 on


Do you like to carry your iPad or tablet with you wherever you go, along with iPad accessories and other items, but hate using a large backpack or briefcase? Well, have I got a bag for you!

The STM link for iPad Shoulder Bag has become my new favorite bag. That’s not surprising, as I love the STM Cable Wrap, reviewed here last summer by my son. If you need or want a bag with numerous pockets, you’ll be thrilled with the link.

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STM Cable Wrap – Review

On September 2, 2013, in Review, by Elisa Pacelli

STM Cable Wrap
Company: STM
Price: $25.00


Guest reviewer: Shane Pacelli

I just got back from taking an incredible seven day cruise to the Bahamas. On that cruise, I brought the STM Cable Wrap. As the name says, it is designed to hold all of your chargers and cables. In that bag, I put my Kindle charger, iPhone charger, digital camera and charger, an extra battery pack, and, I threw some mints in so I wouldn’t have bad breath!

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Blazing a New Trail with the Blazer

On July 9, 2013, in Bag, Cases, Review, by Rich Lefko

STM blazer sleeve
Price: Available from $40 with Free Shipping

Here at you can be sure you’ll get solid information and insight on the usefulness and quality of all sorts of items for your Apple gear. When it comes to carrying your 13” MacBook Pro/MacBook Air there are only 4,000,000 or 5,000,000 bags out there to choose from. Instead of spending hours of time searching through a dizzying array of websites looking for that perfect bag, read about the hours we spent searching for that perfect bag so you don’t have to.

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Today I want to tell you about the blazer from STM.

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(With thanks to Tony Bennett, who sang at the 2009 Macworld Expo to conclude the final Apple keynote address.)

This week’s Macworld|iWorld Expo was my tenth one, all of them for MyMac. I got a real stinker of a cold at the end of day one, Thursday, that put me on the disabled list for the duration of the 2012 conference. Nemo not happy.

Our other attending staff covered my appointments. Super thanks to them.

I was a solo act for most days of the first few years at previous Macworld January events. I ran around the enormous showroom floors in Moscone’s South and North halls like a maniac, then dashed back to the press room to submit my articles and photos. Later, after dinner with San Francisco relatives, I would stay up late planning the next day’s version of what I had just done.

Using the first-in-last-out method, I was the earliest early bird and the latest night owl in the bowels of Moscone press room every morning and night.

Three photos in this Nemo Memo are from those pre-2012 Macworld Expos

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