When it comes to the holidays, nothing beats the amazing meals and desserts that grace the tables of aunts and grandmas everywhere. As an adult,…Continue reading...
Andre-3000 sang it best when he sang, “c’mon shake it, shake it, shake it like a Polaroid picture, c’mon…” Those of us who grew up with instant roll film knew precisely what he was talking about. The endless shaking of the freshly printed picture, hoping it would dry quickly. Prynt takes that idea, adds a phone case, then gets into a spaceship and slingshots it over the moon for an
NORAD’s Santa tracker recently went live for the 2014 Christmas season. Believe it or not, their Santa tracker website started out as a Christmas Eve radio broadcast where kids would listen in and track Santa’s gift giving progress. NORAD stands for North American Aerospace Defense Command. They have once again partnered with Microsoft to make it easy to track Santa via your mobile iOS, Android and Windows device. NORAD has
Recently, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich visited New York’s Fashion Week celebrations last September to debut MICA, a smart bracelet they created with fashion house Opening Ceremony. It looks like something straight off the runways, actually. The MICA (pronounced like “meeka”) goes on sale for $495 in early December. Some benefits include: It doesn’t require a smartphone nearby It has its own cellular connection Two years of AT&T service are included
Have you been dreaming about the amazing food that is only offered in certain parts of the United States? For example, the Seattle street food culture that is unmatched, or perhaps the creole cooking that you can only get down on the “ ’ol Bayou” in New Orleans? If so, then attending a food festival this January is likely on your list of things to do. Five of the best,
There’s something about food that you can crunch in the mouth that is satisfying but unfortunately many such – especially the traditional potato chips we are so fond of – are heavy in salt, and far from healthy. It is a worrying statistic that an American eats, on average, almost 100 packets of potato chips a day, which amounts to a lot of salt intake. The market has, however, seen