With the ColorSnap app from Sherwin-Williams, you can use your smartphone (iPhone, Android, and Blackberry) to match real-world colors with paint colors.
While attending a small film festival a few years ago, I made the mistake of texting my vote for the festival’s best film. Within a couple days, my phone number had been sold to marketers and I started receiving a ton of text spams.
This made me very angry. I was already dealing with telemarketers calling my mobile, trying to sell me mortgage refinancing and carpet cleaning, and now I had to deal with shitty text spamming too? It started getting to the point where half the time my phone made a noise, it was a voicemail from a telemarketer or a text spam.
Today’s great idea came from my best friend, Erik, on how to keep my best electronic friend from disappearing forever.
You might have heard of Redbox, a popular movie rental kiosk located in stores around many towns. They rent movies for $1 and can be either pre-ordered online or selected right at the kiosk. You may also have heard of a website called RottenTomatoes.com, which scores movies based on user and critic reviews.
My partner moved out three months ago. Hers how we’re using a subscription service, an iPhone app, and The Avengers‘ Hawkeye to cope.
When we were searching for a house, Zillow was a GODSEND. It makes so much relevant housing data available at your fingertips. But I’ve found something even better: HomeSnap — an iPhone app which uses GPS data, combined with the nifty hardware inside your smart phone like readings from the gyroscope and accelerometer, to give home shoppers instant access to data on a neighborhood, a home’s value, its trending value…all based on a photo you snap of the house.