This week, we’re looking at sites and apps and things that make life easier for artists and budding artists and grandma -- because she just loves cats so darn much.
Nearly two years ago, Susan and Corey Snipes had their first child, Amelie. Prior to their daughter’s birth, Corey was the co-owner of a consulting business. With Amelie’s arrival, Corey chose to reevaluate his work setup and made some changes to improve his and his family’s life.
Throughout the month of March, I globetrotted from Seoul to Hong Kong to Frankfurt, Milan, Vienna and Dublin. Along the way, I logged on, checked in, and stayed in touch. This is the story of my month as a digital nomad.
Smartwatches are that new, cutting edge technology that we all salivate at the thought of, but based on what I’m reading, there’s little to no uniformity in the products. But what we do know is that they’re the future, apparently, and I want one, most definitely.
This month, we’re highlighting those sites everyone should all know about but maybe you don't. Sites like YouTube and Google, you may ask? Shut your mouth, I would respond.
Looking to renovate a kitchen, paint a wall in your bedroom, or find a new stylish rug for your living room? And a sophisticated eye for design is must? Houzz is your place to start. With a well designed website and a handy dandy smartphone app, you have interior design ideas at your fingertips at any moment.
Some argue that relying too heavily on cloud storage or other technologies leaves you vulnerable to data disasters. Perhaps. But all your other stuff is just as vulnerable to inclement weather – flooding, tornadoes, hurricanes, volcanoes, meteors, and the like. I say give me digital or give me death!
There's a whole generation of curious and connected newshounds out there ready to read and absorb excellent writing. The Daily may be dead, but that doesn't mean that there's no hope for digital publications. Hope lies in people who understand how to tell a good story. And if that involves comics, so be it. Symbolia might just be the future of Journalism.
In 2005, Massachusetts resident Johnny Earle had an idea. A tasty idea. After very successfully selling T-shirts while touring with his metalcore band, “Johnny Cupcakes” decided to take his name off the road and onto the rack. The rest is history. Find out more about our brand idol, Johnny Cupcakes.
I want a Nest. Badly. I want the Nest Learning Thermostat for a couple of reasons. It's sleek and sexy. It's a thermostat that'll make my life easier. I can control it with an iPad. And while were at it, Santa, how 'bout you bring me an iPad too?