Mobile restaurant guides and ratings could become the method of choice for consumers to voice their dissatisfaction with poor service, especially in the age of “mandatory tips” from even lower-end restaurants.
If you want to see a company who knows how to work the blogosphere, it doesn’t get any better than what I’ve been seeing over here at Vinny Carpenter’s blog.
When you take pride in your work, it shows. Sometimes, it’s downright artistic. These guys take pride in the work. What’s more, almost nobody will ever see it. This is behind the scenes cabling that makes things like this website work. Anyone can pull wire, but only certain people can make it look like a masterpiece.
another two photos after the break
Amazon Prime – This returned probably 500%+ ROI. Worth every dime. EndPCNoise Workstation – the sweetest Windows XP machine I’ve owned. Spooky quiet. Fujitsu ScanSnap – This was the year I went digital on just about everything. This was the reason. Simulscribe – My voice mails, transcribed, and emailed to me. (I don’t know why…
Dear Retailer. When I snap a photo of something, I’m not here to scam you. I’m not the front for a big Chinese manufacturer who is about to knock off your stuff and put you out of business. I’m not planning out an elaborate “Mission Impossible”-style robbery. I’m using my phone to shop. You need to get ready for this, and embrace it.
A collection of steampunk, retro-tech, and technogothic sites that stir the imagination to consider what things would be like if the Victorian era had continued to include more high-tech gadgets. Includes links to design work influenced by the micro-genre.