Who doesn’t love random holidays? Waffle Day, Ice Cream Day, Hug a Tree Day — there are thousands of little holidays like this that happen throughout the year, but how can a person keep up? I’d gladly support National Champagne Day if I knew it was happening (it’s December 1) and National Cream-Filled Doughnut Day (September […]
When interacting with people about building access, there are a couple of things that I get a lot of pushback on. One of them is creating additional documents giving information in accessible language without removing information. The other, and subject of this post, is captions.
Previously, I raved about the five iPhone apps I simply can’t imagine my life without. Since then, I’ve expanded my horizons and tried out some new apps that have made my life infinitely easier, more fun, and more educational.
Okay, perhaps I engage in a smidge of hyperbole when I say that I cannot live without these apps. Surely, I would somehow pick up the pieces of my life and go on if I no longer had access to my iPhone. But, they have made my life a lot easier.
On Thursday, Facebook announced (via their blog) that they would begin the process of removing a privacy setting that was used by a minority of users: the ability to hide yourself from Facebook search results. Facebook removed the ability to set this from users who were not taking advantage of it last year and will […]
I am a bit of an app addict. I have always been something of an impulse buyer and the Apple app store is a dangerous place for me if I’m not careful. Luckily, there are a ton of free or cheap apps for my iPhone, so the only thing I have to worry about is […]
Colorful. Expressive. Humorous. Energetic. Unyielding. The work of Brazilian artist Roberlan Borges Paresqui is simultaneously eye-catching, unforgettable, and unbound in its irreverence.
I used to consider myself slightly old school for my generation in that up until recently, I never had any “new” technology that all my friends had, because I opted to be the cheap one. While quite a few of my friends pre-ordered the iPhone 5, I was happy with my little slide-out Samsung with […]
Shopping is usually about spending money, but what if you could earn money while shopping (in some cases, without actually spending a dime)? Enter the Shopkick app for Android and iPhone. Different tasks reward you with “kicks” that can be redeemed for store gift cards and other rewards, and you can even find coupons within […]
Women startup founders were representing during last week’s Launch Festival 2013, held in San Francisco.
“You should totally do a Vine for that.” “Did you see what Adam Goldberg is doing with Vine?” “Taco Bell just announced a new taco on Vine… how cool!?!” Vine is the newest word in the social media arena, but what the heck is it?
After years of just saying no, I have finally entered the world of iPhone users.
If so, the Unfuck Your Habitat app for iPhone and iPad* is on sale this weekend for only 99¢!
There are, like, two kajillion apps in the App Store, so making them must be super duper easy, right? Hang on a second, wiping away my tears of laughter here. Let me walk you through the process, as I experienced it while developing an app for Unfuck Your Habitat. It’s a bit unorthodox to have […]
I know it’s happened to you. You visit a website, look at some shoes, and then suddenly, those shoes are everywhere.