Depending on where you live, the option to try a McVegan from McDonalds might be at your fingertips. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves.…Continue reading...
We are, officially, entering the dog days of summer. I’m talking triple digits with upwards of 60% humidity … you know, the kind of weather where your clothes stick to you five seconds after you step outside? When it gets like this the absolute LAST thing I want to do is drink hot coffee for my morning jolt. I started out, like a lot of us, hitting up the local
I found my High School yearbook the other day, and went on a little trip down memory lane. I graduated in the mid-1990s, and have some pretty great memories of those times. Grunge was big, so was flannel (Even in California!), and the snacks were epic! I know I’m aging myself here, but I noticed lately that the 90’s have been showing up, again, so as someone who used to
Let’s take a trip back in time. Back to butterfly clips, Tamagotchi’s and way too much denim. Oh yes, we are going back to the 90’s. Join me as I look back at some of the stars that made their mark in this awesome decade, and start to remember all of those embarrassing crushes that I would have given my last Lip Smacker to meet. Lunch is served… Zack Morris
Ever find yourself watching one of the many food shows on television? You know the ones, where the host travels around the country and gets to enjoy a multitude of amazing tastiness. Recently Techandburgers had the opportunity to speak with one of the founders of TVFoodMaps. Through their hard work and dedication, the rest of us now have the road to TV highlighted restaurants and food stops oh so easy. Check out what they had to say: The
When it comes to tech wearables, it would seem the market is saturated; fitness trackers, watches, GPS devices to keep track of things – it’s unending. All these wearables have one thing in common: they’re nice to have, but not necessary or especially helpful. Along came Thync. It’s a new kind of wearable that works to change your mood, making it possibly one of the most helpful wearables around. Using