Whether you’re currently employed or actively on the hunt for something new, Hire My Friend seems like a good tool to have in your toolbox, because it might just come in handy someday. Like a hydraulic torque wrench.
I live by the philosophy that I am a consummate student – a student of life. I’m always learning, but I have a really hard time following through. Maybe I just keep getting distracted by that shiny new idea. Here's hoping that Everest will help keep me on track.
All it takes is a phone (it doesn't even have to be “smart”) and parking meters with a pay-by-phone sticker. PaybyPhone gives you three different ways to pay: download the app, use the mobile site or call the number on the sticker.
Days is all about “changing the way you share photos with your friends,” which sounds really exciting in theory. I’m all about changing the way I do things. But sharing more photos doesn’t really change anything for me except volume.
Waze is a turn-by-turn GPS app that’s going to give other navigation apps a run for their money. Waze’s community-based mapping system allows users to report on traffic conditions, like accidents, hazards and police. Additional features include nearby gas price comparisons in real-time, and the ability to connect with Facebook, Twitter and FourSquare friends.
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.
Albumatic is simple: someone creates an album in Albumatic for an event or day, lots of people take pictures, people add the pictures to the album and everyone in your friends list has access to them if shared.