Artfinder is a magazine jam-packed with feature stories, exclusive interviews and beautiful collections; a wish list where you can save your favorite works of art and make purchases with just a few taps; and the art of the day, which will hopefully inspire you and teach you a little something about the creativity in the world around you.
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If you place a premium on corporate responsibility and being a well-informed consumer, then you will no doubt celebrate the release of BizVizz, which allows you to learn more about a company’s taxes, political donations, subsidies, profits and other corporate behavior matters.
The idea is to make America’s largest corporations more transparent so that people can educate themselves on more than 300 included companies, representing more than 900 brands. Scan logos or search for brands to recall company data, receive alerts about campaigns you may want to join, and share with others what you’ve learned. What you find out just might surprise you. Click “more” to check it out. (more…)
All the cool kids are on Ravelry, if by cool kids you mean the kids who exist in the Venn diagram intersection of people who knit and/or crochet and who actively engage in social media. So maybe not so much the cool kids, as the kids you’d want around during, like, a really bad snow storm or something, because they could totally have you outfitted in a wool bodysuit before you ran out of the choice canned goods and had to move on to those weird, pink sausages.
If you’re one of the cool kids on Ravelry, you’re probably in love with all of the great Notebook tools you’ll find there. But unless you drag your computer with you to the yarn store, all that organization isn’t doing you a lot of good when it comes time to remembering whether you’ve got a set of size 4 double pointed needles sitting at home already. Putting all that good Ravelry info on your phone is Wooly, a Ravelry companion app. We’ll take a look at all that Wooly can do and see if it’s knitter’s best friend. (more…)
Welcome to Poshmark, a virtual consignment store that allows you to shop the closets of users all over the United States, as well as sell your own gently used items and earn cash for them.
You know that jewelry your ex gave you? What about that pair of jeans you used to wear all the time but haven’t picked up in a while? All of these and other items that have been relegated to the far recesses of your closet can now be posted to Poshmark to find better homes and fill your wallet. Click “more” and we’ll take a look. (more…)
There are lots of ways to keep track of the stuff you want to do, but I’m not talking about the dumb stuff like grocery shopping or organizing your garage. Who wants to do that? That’s why you have to get an app to remind you to do it, and boy howdy, are there a lot of apps for that kind of stuff.
Your options can be more limited if you want to keep track of the fun stuff you want to do, things that are completely unrelated to your groceries. Done Not Done, an app for keeping track of all of the books, music and movies you haven’t gotten around to yet, is trying to cover the fun stuff, though. We’ll take a look and find out if Done Not Done’s to do lists and social recommendations are any better than a plain checklist. (more…)