For anyone who enjoys, or wants to experiment with Middle-Eastern cooking this is easily the best app available today. Manal AlAlem is the premier cook throughout the Arab world and is famous for producing and hosting her own TV cooking show, opening cooking centers to teach people to cook Middle-Eastern cuisine properly and writing several best selling cook books.
Ever start to feel like you are super unorganized? The feeling can be overwhelming at times. Whether you are a student still in school or a pre-occupied businessman, the Snap2PDF application may be the answer to your prayers!
The Avas flowers app is, to my knowledge, unique on the app store in selling flowers and flower delivery to people in any area of the country, all from their smart phone. When first downloading the app I was skeptical about how effective it would be to view and purchase flowers on my phone but I was very pleasantly surprised about how easy it really was. Avas clearly took the time and money necessary to make a best in class app.
iGLASSES, a free app recently launched by Green Cloud, offers iOS users that fancy themselves comedians a quick, fun way to transform their photos into something funny.
There’s no real way to make the app sound more complex than it is. You use iGLASSES to add virtual eyeglasses to the subjects of your pictures. There’s a huge variety of glasses to choose from, and all of them are good for a giggle. They range from goofy sunnies to absolutely bizarre eggs sunnyside up, from shutter shades to geeky plastic frames, and everything in between.
AN EXPLORATION OF PERSONAL KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
Our brains are wonderful devices for keeping track of information. They are also remarkable sense-making machines, finding patterns in seemingly disparate bits of data. In the information age, however, and in the burgeoning knowledge economy, we find our brains outstripped by their own inventions, their own discoveries, and their own creations. We have invented devices that are capable of capturing, generating, and storing more information than any one human can consume, let alone leverage to personal advantage.
I groused about my son's 1st-generation iPod HD failing (the one on the right). We had bought it for his birthday, and about a month after the warranty ran out, the hard drive started making noises, and it became an expensive brick (yes, many years ago). I had no compunction about yanking the back off and replacing the HD, and it still works today (he has all his tunes on his iPhone now, so I use it). I was still mad, but less so, since the replacement cost a lot less than letting Apple fix it (more than it cost originally--thanks to iLounge forums for the fix, by the way). This post is proof that if you are a good boy or girl and take care of your gear, once in a while the tech gods will smile on you, though it is rare indeed. Apple replaced my wife's first gen Nano (also still working quite well) with a new model. Here's why...
"...people were not interested in the chef and they were not interested in who was cooking... They were just interested in the end result." So spoke Ed Behr, the author of The Artful Eater and publisher of the respected food journal, The Art of Eating.