OCTOBER 2011 ARCHIVES
Apple Cards – When You Don’t Care Enough
Monday, October 10, 2011 by cyberacoustics
We’ve been hearing a lot about the Post Office these days: cutting jobs, delivery on Saturdays is up in the air, and various horror stories about “what happened to my package.” Personally? I love the Post Office. I ship out hundreds of letters and packages a week, in the United States and abroad, with virtually no problems at all. But I’m not writing this to save the Post Office. Instead, I’d like to point out another thing that is bothering me.
StrayBoots—Not Your Average Mystery Tour
Tuesday, October 18, 2011 by cyberacoustics
I can’t tell you how many times I have traveled to a major US city and end up spending the weekend there in limbo. You wake up on Saturday morning and wonder “What should I do today? What does this city have to offer, besides a Starbucks?” But now there’s a new way to explore cities.
A New “Waze” to Travel
Tuesday, October 25, 2011 by cyberacoustics
Do you know of anybody today who doesn’t own an iPhone, Android, or a Blackberry device? Ok, maybe your grandparents aren't on the smartphone bandwagon yet, but have you heard of a new social navigation application that gets smarter with each driver added? We’ve all seen traffic maps with shades for green, yellow and red alerting us to traffic speed, but what if you had an app that could give you even more information? Say hello to Waze 3.0.