Oh to be a kid again!
check out this awesome bedding from Snurk.
Too much fun!
We need to teach our kids (and ourselves) how to code.
Just ask these celebrity geeks:
I was searching for some cool uses of Google Maps for a client, recently, and I found this one which is very cool indeed.
Without wanting to give away too much – it uses the data from Google Maps to give you a very entertaining and local experience that’s fun. All of it for an insurance firm.
Take a look at this:
Have you heard of the Harlem Shake?
Have you seen the Harlem Shake?
This latest viral video meme is hard to miss, as it’s hit the Internet with full force this February as it’s made it’s rounds on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and blogs abound.
But how is it a ‘game changer’?
First, let me explain what the Harlem Shake is for those that don’t know:
Over the last few years there has been a variety of stories on cutting the cable cord, rising costs of cable and the unnecessary bundles that cable offers. With streaming options such as Netflix, Amazon Instant Video and Hulu Plus, streaming video options are becoming more popular, especially among young people who don’t feel the need to own cable. Thus the question is how can your church take advantage of this viewing transformation, well, i’m glad you asked.
I love being rooted. Besides stroking my ego and making me sound way more intelligent and daring than I really am, it does make my Android device infinitely more functional and customizable.
One way to make a rooted Android device more functional is to make use of those special apps that require s-off status. Here is a list my five indispensable ones: