Archive for July, 2011
Posted by Jesse Braunstein

Marketing is VIRAL, with increasing focus on the Internet, including YouTube, a secret weapon for branding, promotion, customer relations, personalization and establishing a more customized touch with clients.  If you’re looking to grow your online business, there are some free tools that are so user-friendly and easily available; you’d be a shmuck to ignore them. YouTube is a standout for many businesses, because of its obvious winning characteristics:

 
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Posted by Jesse Braunstein

Are you into self improvement?  If so, here is a list of Quintessential Steps! 

It’s no secret that people love when pieces of information are broken down into lists.  To me personally, numbering these key points or leaving them bulleted makes no difference. But when data is fragmented into concise units, for the mind, it’s akin to the way we first chew food, to aid the body’s metabolism.

This all being true, I’d like to share a couple of tidbits I collected from an article titled “The Manager’s Cheat Sheet: 101 Common-Sense Rules for Leaders”.

 
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Posted by Jesse Braunstein

 

The Hipstamatic app is our best photography app choice and your way to travel back in time to when low fidelity photos were wicked cool and analog, bizarre picture quality was not only sought after, but also an art form!

Search no longer!  This photography app is the newest member of our “Best 30 Apps For…” family, and it’s got you covered.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

 

American women don’t realize just how lucky we are.  There are many basic rights we have today, that are taken for granted; rights that just a century ago were unheard of.

I came across a list of 9 really good ones. They gave me a good awakening so I thought I would share.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

Turn your bicycle into a Backpack!  Folding bikes are all about versatility, and as they continue to shrink in size, technical advancements improve weight and design for how they compress.

The Bergmönch is a new twist on this concept; the bicycle can be folded up and worn as a backpack!  Perfect for camping or hiking, the backpack converts into a legitimate bike that’s capable of taking on both roads and rough trails.  Equally awesome for bikers who like to bike in the city, this bike can be worn on the subway.

Pretty innovative!

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Posted by Jesse Braunstein

We think BlackBerry is the new Motorola…. gasp! 

If you’re over 21, that means a couple of things.  In Israel, it means you’ve probably already finished your army service, so congratulations. In America, it means that you can legally drink…congratulations once again. For the intents and purposes of this post, it means that you’re old enough to remember when Motorola was the king of mobile phones.

 
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Posted by Jesse Braunstein

The Dictionary.com app is our pick for best free reference app; it lets you carry around a nearly infinite supply of word definitions with you at all times!

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

German inventors have come up with a Green replacement to plastic: biodegradable liquid “wood” called  Arboform. 

 
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Posted by Jesse Braunstein

Looking for the best travel app?  Babelingo is an app designed to eliminate those unprepared, awkward and difficult moments abroad; where you have absolutely no way of communicating with someone.  At a cost of only $1.99, this app is perfect for streamlining those foreign interactions.

 
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Posted by Renee Schmidt

 

 

There’s a phobia of phobias… in fact, there is a phobia list… no kidding!  I’m of the school of thought that fears are but a big joke; an illusion, if you will.  In fact, I think fears are nothing more than an indication of exactly what you must overcome to have a more fulfilled life. 

 
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