• Flickr Now Lets You Buy Wall Art From Professional Photographers And Creative Commons

    Flickr Now Lets You Buy Wall Art From Professional Photographers And Creative Commons

    Flickr today is expanding its Wall Art print service to include access to images from Flickr’s licensed artists and Creative Commons. The expansion comes only a month after the launch of Flickr Wall Art, which initially allowed users to turn any of their personal photos into canvas prints. Flickr also previously launched a photo book service, again for personal photos. But this is… Read More

  • NightOwl Launches So You Can Get Drunker Better Faster Stronger

    NightOwl Launches So You Can Get Drunker Better Faster Stronger

    There’s nothing better than finding that special bar. The one that has your favorite scotch, or makes a mean margarita, or plays the perfect music. Finding that special bar, on the other hand, can be a real pain in the ass. That’s why NightOwl is launching in NYC. The app works almost exactly like Foursquare, but with an exclusive focus on nightlife, including bars and clubs… Read More

  • Blippy Returns With A Brand-New GIF Keyboard For iOS 8

    Blippy Returns With A Brand-New GIF Keyboard For iOS 8

    Ready for another GIF keyboard for iOS 8? Blippy has returned today with a new app that lets you create, save and discover new GIFs to use when messaging with your friends on your iPhone. The app serves to replace the earlier, also GIF-focused, Blippy iOS app, that was pulled from the App Store back in September. Those with long Internet memories may remember the name Blippy as being… Read More

  • TheLadders Revamps iPhone App To Focus On Job Referrals, Unveils Job Market Guide

    TheLadders Revamps iPhone App To Focus On Job Referrals, Unveils Job Market Guide

    What good is a job search site or app when you’re not looking for a job? That’s the issue TheLadders is tackling with the launch of a new version of its iOS app and a new feature that it calls the Job Market Guide. CEO Alex Douzet told me that these are the first steps in a new direction for the company, which was founded in 2003. TheLadders was initially aimed at people looking… Read More

  • The Don’t-Leave-Home-Without-It Machine Ensures You Do As It Says

    The Don’t-Leave-Home-Without-It Machine Ensures You Do As It Says

    In one of the greatest examples of LittleBits engineering I’ve seen in a while, maker Sean Ragan made a little box that reminds you to take objects when you leave the house. You can place anything inside it – glasses, a wallet, your pills, the skull of a marmot – and it will ring a bell if you pass by it without taking the item out. Nowadays we’ve got more stuff… Read More

  • Dropbox Drags Its Expensive, Forgotten Photo App Carousel To Web And Tablets

    Dropbox Drags Its Expensive, Forgotten Photo App Carousel To Web And Tablets

    Early this year, Dropbox threw a glitzy launch event for its new photo storage and viewing app Carousel, and people went right on using the dozen other ways to keep and comb through memories. Despite Dropbox’s 300 million users, it saw less than a half million downloads on Android, and has hovered around #350 on the iOS photo app chart, falling out of the top 1500 apps overall less than… Read More

  • Silicon Valley’s T.J. Miller To Host The Crunchies

    Silicon Valley’s T.J. Miller To Host The Crunchies

    The 8th Annual Crunchies Awards is right around the corner, and we’re thrilled to announce that the hilarious T.J. Miller, better known as Silicon Valley’s egotistical entrepreneur and tech incubator Erlich Bachman, will be our host for the evening. Miller got his start touring with Second City in Chicago, and doing improv at places like The Annoyance Theater and iO Chicago. Since… Read More

  • Airbnb Rolls Out Million-Dollar Liability Insurance Program For Hosts

    Airbnb Rolls Out Million-Dollar Liability Insurance Program For Hosts

    Airbnb today announced an additional liability insurance program that will provide U.S. hosts with up to $1 million worth of protection in the case a guest is accidentally injured anywhere in a host’s building or on their property during their stay. The Insurance extends to both hosts and landlords, where applicable, and represents the expansion of Airbnb’s protection programs… Read More

  • Moleskine Smart Notebook Turns Your Sketches Into Adobe-Friendly Vector Files

    Moleskine Smart Notebook Turns Your Sketches Into Adobe-Friendly Vector Files

    Digital tools may one day replace traditional creative media altogether, but we’re definitely not there yet, and Moleskine is doing a good job of straddling the old and the new with its software tie-ins. A new partnership today brings its sketchbooks support for Adobe creative software, letting you turn your sketches into fully manipulable vectors via the Moleskine Smart Notebook app… Read More

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