Goodreads compiles the ratings and reviews from users everywhere and has a powerful “recommendation engine.”
Is there something better to do than listen to instrumental versions of Simon and Garfunkel?
But there are a few hurdles.
Basket of Hope has opportunities for involvement long after the Super Bowl has moved on to the next destination.
Got a favorite restaurant? Stamp it.
Having surpassed 1 million users and $100 million pledged, Kickstarter is working to change the way we think about funding.
In geek-speak, it’s called an Application Program Interface, but you can think of it as magical inter-connected goodness that might save you some time.
The announcement from Apple CEO Steve Jobs that he’ll step down from his post is not altogether unexpected, but it does mark the end of an era.
Taking advantage of our basic desire to be part of the insider crowd, Spotify has launched here on an “invitation-only” basis.
NoiseTrade helps you discover, download and keep songs…in exchange for your e-mail address and ZIP code.
Dad isn’t just recording workout data or accessing records that already exist, he’s creating his own diagnostic information.
Having experienced this lollapalooza of information overload, I now realize the real draw of SXSW is the convergence of the people.
Of all the e-mail newsletters I receive, IndySpectator is one I take the time to read.
Probably the most interesting online grocery service in Indianapolis is Green B.E.A.N Delivery.
Judging by the action at the local Apple store, I think it’s safe to assume that many of you rang in 2011 with a new iPad. Here are some things to do with it.
There is little wonderment left— nearly any answer to any question is readily available.
All of these work on the same basic premise: Make an offer to customers that is at or better than 50-percent off, use the power of the deal and their social networks to spread the word, and wait for the sales to roll in.
BirthdayPartyIdeas.com is full of ideas for parties of all kinds, for all ages.