LouFest is a great festival for first-timers. The festival is conveniently located in the heart of the city, fest food is affordable and vegetarian friendly, there are plenty of shady places to sit and chill out and the weather should be good. Still, here are some tips for the first-time fest crowd.
In the social-tech age we live in today, its common for all of us who live socially connected have garnered the titles, badges and stickers via “checking in”. We check into venues, TV shows, music and movies using Apps and services like GetGlue and FourSquare. Sure these all play to our vanity or knack of collect things, but what […]
Steve Jobs, the visionary founder and former-CEO of Apple has passed away. I know that you are probably thinking, “Do I really need to read another post about his death?” But I am not so much interested in his death as I am in his life. As I type on my MacBook Pro, while listening to music from my iPod with my iPhone at arms-length, I can’t help but feel that Steve has impacted my life (yes, I’m a fanboy).
Are you a gamer? Do you enjoy multiplayer gaming, but hate that it cuts your screen in half (not to mention that your friends are all screen-peeking cheaters)? Sony has announced a new monitor that allows two people to play simultaneously without giving up screen space. The new 24” LCD display from the electronics giant […]
The Swedes have done it again! First it was chic, ready-to-assemble home products company, Ikea; then affordable, avant garde retailer, H&M; now, the highly acclaimed music service, Spotify. Spotify, a free streaming music service originally launched in Sweden in 2008, has recently made it’s U.S. premiere in mid July. Winning over a plethora of users […]
Going to Warped Tour this year? Don’t forget to download The Official Vans Warped Tour 2011 App on your iPhone or iPod Touch. Complete with a full line up listing of the bands and shows that make up the tour, a Warped Tour survival guide, and a schedule and alert function to keep you from […]