Geoff Quattromani

You may have seen Geoff on YouTube where his tech videos saw millions of views or heard him while he talks tech across the radio waves. In his day job though he is an IT manager, a lover of Formula 1, great food and wine and obviously; technology.
  • Built Ford Tough, The Ranger Review

    My dad grew up in a different country and worked on a farm from a young age. Manual labour was the tool of trade and the donkey was the animal to keep things moving. As years went on, trucks would take the largest loads and slowly the humble ute...
  • Remembering your first shave

    Even before the invention of the razor, our male faces grew hair whether there was a way to clean it up or not. As neanderthals 100,000 years ago there is evidence of using sea shells to clean up our wooly beards, and later, around 30,000 B.C. there is evidence...
  • 9 in 1 Hair Management

    Living past the age of 12 means that us blokes will be getting hair in areas that aren’t just covered by an Akubra. Our ears sprout hair on the inside and outside, our nostrils fill up, our eyebrows get wild, our chin, neck, lips and cheeks join the hair...
  • ABC Covering Sport, Never Again Please.

    Every so often Australia host teams from major sporting leagues to save us a trip overseas. Our guests tonight were the football team from the Premier League, Liverpool FC. They were set to take on Sydney FC, Australia’s current A-League champions in what would expectedly be a bit of...
  • Keeping Warm With Soup Made Easy

    With winter setting in, those colder nights are going to be well improved with a big bowl of steaming hot soup. While for most of us this means some prep, some cooking, some blending and serving – the latest from Kambrook is combining two of those steps. Named the...
  • Let Millions of People Help You Pick Wine

    Whether it be in the restaurant or in the bottle store, picking a wine for the night can be a daunting exercise. In the local bottle shop you’ll be surround by hundreds of different wine labels and in a restaurant the wine list looks like a bunch of words...
  • Ford Mondeo Titanium Wagon Review

    Before the rise of the “must have SUV” mentality when it comes to family cars, the wagon and large sedan dominated the roads. The likes of a Ford Falcon or Holden Commodore were the go-to options and they dominated driveways in Australia and even a taxi car of choice....
  • Nescafé wants simple to also be good

    Today, Nescafé have announced a new coffee that will tick many of the boxes people are looking for in products lately. For anything people buy, there is a concern around whether it is organic and whether the products are sourced via freetrade. It means a quality product bought from...
  • Today at Apple in Australia

    It would be fair to say that when Apple opened their first physical store in Australia it was a big deal. It operates unlike any store and has customer service better than most. Apple has does offer training and education in their stores but today Apple is making big...
  • Our Pick For Sydney Film Festival

    The Sydney Film Festival is coming up and there is a programme a mile long of the movies screening between June 7 to 18th. Many are arty, some are short and some seem interesting. There is one however that caught our eye. McLaren, the movie. Here is the brief:...
  • Our Favourite Cookers from Meatstock

    After a day of eating brisket, drinking beer and admiring the cooking contraptions of the competitor at Meatstock, we’ve taken some notes, carried home some pamphlets and now bring you our favourite cookers… Gateway Drum Smokers Likely the most industrial looking smoker, this metal beast is widely used in...
  • Dessert from Existing Ingredients

    Some food items generate emotions, a spoon full of Milo can make you feel like you’re straddling a launched missile, licking Nutella from a knife blade will feel like Riverdance on a tightrope and turning bread into toast, well that’s just straight magic. But when was the last time you...
  • Ford Everest Review

    The Ford Everest is a menacing beast to look at, it sits tall, has a large front grill and is loaded with a high torque diesel engine. On the inside though the Everest has the comforts of a sedan and is an easy machine to drive. We spent a week...
  • From Simple To Lavish, Your Mother’s Day is sorted

    With Mother’s Day around the corner we’ve put together a few items that you could order today and receive tomorrow. They’ve been vetted and confirmed to be successful gifts for most budgets. Let’s get into it. Baileys + Macaron Light, fluffy and melt in your mouth ready, the Baileys...
  • Sourcing Unique Mother’s Day Gifts

    Mother’s Day comes around every year and it’s a period where we all struggle to figure out what our mums need or want. The hardest part though is to avoid buying the same thing as the prior year and especially to avoid it looking the same as all the...
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