If your Facebook page is hardly recognizable now with all those sponsored posts, unfiltered feeds and frankly, status updates from people you don't need to hear from every hour on the hour, then a neat plug-in I just found may be just what you need.
If you're like me, you spend a lot of your day texting your spouse and kids, or calling to check in on them and coordinate schedules. Don't even get me started on the number of emails I send.
But since I got a sneak peek at a brand new connectivity app launching today, our family has coordination has changed for the better. Way better.
While I consider myself to be tech-savvy, thank you notes are just one of those things that I always hand-write and make my kids do the same. And on the receiving end, there is something special nowadays when I receive a hand-written anything in the mail, which is why I'm digging a new iOS app and website-based service called lettrs.
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As much as touch controls for games are pretty easy to use these days, there still isn't a full substitute for the actual joystick. Or so says the little video gaming experts at my house. That's why the GameKlip is a gamer's dream come true.
This time of year always brings about the same symphony of sounds in my house: namely, sneezes, wheezes and sniffles from dreaded seasonal allergies. The daily doses of Claritin help, but I've discovered a high-tech solution has provided additional relief inside the home.
Here is a typical weeknight in my house. After dinner is made and I have digested, the dishes are all done and I hear snoring out of the monitor.... I think, YAY I can go sit down and wait for Jon Stewart. But then I remember, I have to pack her lunch.
If you visit Amazon today, you'll see the big announcement that Kindle Fire users will now be able to use something called Amazon Coins to purchase apps, music and games directly on their Fire devices. And we've got the details.