Everyone possesses unique qualities that make them who they are. Your personality traits, skills, and experiences shape you into the individual you become. However, have you ever wondered if there was a way to unlock your full potential? Human Design is a system that can help you do just that. In this post, you'll learn more about the key features of a human design chart free … [Read more...] about Unleashing Your Potential: Understanding the Key Features of a Human Design Chart
I'm going to have to be completely honest and say that I have never been into the stock market. I am still reading Investing For Dummies, and I hope to have it finished by at least next year. However, if and when I do start investing, you had better believe that I will use a service such as IMPACT by Interactive Brokers (IBKR). Why? Well, if you are going to invest in … [Read more...] about Interactive Brokers IMPACT App: Investments with Values!
My sources say that Kika has 60 million average monthly users, which is quite a bit. I mean, that is what, like a quarter of the United States? Anyway, welcome to the Kika Emoji Keyboard, which is essentially a keyboard made for Emojis, and the image that you see to the left is just one of its many iterations. Honestly, I am not certain if this is a good time to talk … [Read more...] about The Kika Emoji Keyboard Application
I'm sure that I can't be the only one that feels like they are the only one who still plays Pokemon GO. Yeah, remember how hot this game was in the summer of 2016, but it kind of fizzled out when the weather got cold. Now, over one year later, there is an Autumn Equinox celebration with bonuses for users. It will start on September 22 at 1 PM ET or 4 PM ET, and according … [Read more...] about The Pokemon Go Autumn Equinox Celebration!
At this point, I don't know if I even need to report on Pokemon GO. You can just go out to a park and see people on their smartphones, looking to find some Pokemon that they can capture. I have been reporting on Pokemon GO since its announcement, and I saw its potential from the get-go. I thought that only fans of the franchise would be playing it, but it is affecting 65 … [Read more...] about Pokemon GO Sweeps Nation
Okay, I have no idea why this particular product from Zink is spelled "hAppy", but I just looked it up on my iPhone. Yeah, I guess that's how we're spelling things now. It's such and oDd wOrld tHese dAys. Anyway, this company from Zink has made a little printer that is made for the mobile world. I had a chance to try out this Zero Ink (hence the term "Zink") printer, … [Read more...] about Zink hAppy App Printer
It really isn't very common that you see some kind Automotive accessory tech that does so much, the the Automatic App plus Adapter is that. As you might have guessed from the image here, this Automatic adapter plugs right into that standard diagnostic port that is in most cars since after 1996. I don't know the name of it, but I've had to access it before. Then there is … [Read more...] about The Automatic App and Adapter
Well, I think we all know that Google owns both Android and YouTube, so it stands to reason that they have created a YouTube app for Android devices, for kids! Oh wait, it also delivered this kid-friendly YouTube app for iOS devices too. Considering that my kids spend a lot of time watching YouTube videos, it stands to reason why they would do this. It is full of … [Read more...] about Google releases YouTube for Kids App for Android Devices
Well, with Christmas happening, a lot of people are looking to get an accessory like an Otterbox case as a gift or something for themselves. Today, I will be reviewing two iPhone 6 cases with the Defender and the Symmetry. I cannot help but compare the Defender case for the iPhone 6 with the Pelican Voyager series that I reviewed yesterday. It certainly does have the … [Read more...] about Otterbox Defender and Symmetry cases for the iPhone 6
Remember how I stated that apps have reduced cab-driving in San Francisco by 65 percent? Well, I have discovered another career that might be in danger due to smartphone applications: the hotel front desk clerk. Considering that I used to be one, I would be very worried if I still was one. Starwood Hotels and Resorts became the first chain to allow guests to unlock doors … [Read more...] about Your smartphone might open your hotel room door
I would imagine that there is some medical term for those who are addicted to the Internet, and I am not certain how many people in my own household would be diagnosed with it. For those that believe they are Net-addicts, there is now Skeebloo. So, what is Skeebloo? Well, it is an application that blocks the Internet. How does it do that? Well, it has LAN/Internet … [Read more...] about Skeebloo, an application for Internet addicts
I will tell you that as a parent, my kids probably watch way too much Disney channel. With some exceptions, I cannot stand the dumbed-down programming on this station. At least it doesn't have too many toy commercials. Anyway, I passed by one night, I saw an ad for a gaming app known as Tsum Tsum. Tsum Tsum (pronounced soom soom) is a very simple match-three game. I … [Read more...] about Disney Tsum Tsum Game: A fad is made
I don't often review a lot of apps, but as a writer, I can't resist any application that allows me to open just about any kind of document. Needless to say, WPS Office is prepared for the mobile era. For me, I just have to have to work on my laptop. I guess I just need some clicky-click of the keys. However, if I have to view or create a document in Word, PowerPoint, … [Read more...] about WPS Office from Kingsoft comes to Mobile
For some reason, I seem to be reviewing a lot of adventure games, as The Last Door and Quest for Infamy were on my game playlist. I happened to try out Steve Jackson's Sorcery for the mobile phone platform, and I will say that it is complex as it is interesting. If you don't know who Steve Jackson is, I understand. He is a big name in the role-playing game world, … [Read more...] about Steve Jackson’s Sorcery comes alive on your mobile phone (Chapter 1)
Some of you might know that I am currently reorganizing my contacts, and I have discovered how difficult it is to organize people. Especially if you are in the LinkedIn 500+ club. Oh yeah, I'm in it. I had a chance to try out Spydy Contacts, and yes, I believe it is pronounced "Spidey", kind of like Spider-man's nickname. Spydy allows you to upload contacts from several … [Read more...] about Spydy Contacts is a great way to help you organize people