Archive for July, 2011

Curiosity sparks Discovery

July 31st, 2011

Curiosity is a new show on Discovery premiering in August 2011.

This series is geared towards answering those seemingly un-answerable questions.

    What would it be like to live forever?
    Why is sex fun?
    What would happen if aliens attacked?

Each episode will be dedicated to answering each question in detail.

Curiosity asks and answers the most fundamental questions facing the world today. Each episode of Curiosity will focus on a single enduring question in science, technology, and society. As is always the case, one single question cascades into several more, making each episode of Curiosity a rich and textured experience. From the micro to the macro, we tackle provocative and insightful questions.

This post sponsored by Discovery Channel.

I can’t wait to see this!
I think there are many people out there that will appreciate this type of program. How can you go wrong when you find answers to questions you didn’t even know you had?

Premiering in August 2011, Curiosity promises a television experience unlike any other. Join Stephen Hawking, Morgan Freeman, Michelle Rodriguez, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Morgan Spurlock, Adam Savage, Mike Rowe and many more celebrity hosts on the journey for truth, as we go to extremes to uncover answers that will surprise even the most curious among us…

Check out today and everyday for some cool stuff!

You can also find Curiosity on Facebook!

Instagramers make money with Keepsy

July 28th, 2011

This is for the Tip Top, Cream of the Crop Instagram users. If you are not in this bracket…

Keepsy is an online keepsake/scrapbook maker that is currently publishing the top 15 Instagram users, selling their work and forking over 50% of the profit. (with their permission of course)

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Amateur photographers, designers and artists have become budding iPhoneographers thanks to the insta-styling and sharing of iPhone app Instagram and its burgeoning user base. Now, top Instagramers can also make money on their filtered iPhone photos.

Startup Keepsy, a photo album and scrapbook maker, is showing off the work of Instagram’s most-celebrated users — many of whom were profiled in our feature on the top 15 photographers on Instagram. Keepsy is featuring curated photo albums and making them available to the public as printed keepsakes.

The Keepsy Instagram gallery spotlights the photo collections of 21 Instagram photographers from across the globe. Fans can browse the photo books or purchase printed copies. Instagram artists — who set the price of their books — will take home 50% of the profit from album sales.

The Instagram photo gallery, says Keepsy co-founder Blake Williams, is meant to highlight “exceptional talents and give them a place to showcase and sell their best work,” as well as “inspire other mobile photographers to discover and push the limits of this amazingly powerful piece of technology that they hold in their hands.”



Nintendo 3DS price cut to help sell units?

July 28th, 2011

Seems Nintendo has decided to cut the price of their 3DS portable gaming device to help motivate sales of the device.

$249 drop to $169

In order to keep the people happy… those who have already purchased at $249 price will be eligible for 20 FREE games after they meet certain criteria.

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Nintendo has taken the dramatic step of slashing the price of its 3DS handheld less than six months after its launch. In a statement on its US website, the company says that on August 12, the 3DS will drop from $249 to $169. The company added that it would assuage the 830,000 existing owners of the console in the US with 20 free games after they sign up to its Ambassador program.

To get the free games, existing owners must log into the Nintendo eShop over a broadband connection at least once before August 11:59PM on August 11. These users will automatically be registered as part of the Ambassador program. Starting September 1, Nintendo 3DS Ambassadors will be able to download 10 NES Virtual Console games at no charge and before they are available in the Nintendo eShop to the general public.
The games, which include Super Mario Bros., Donkey Kong Jr., Balloon Fight, Ice Climber, and The Legend of Zelda, are slated to become paid downloadable games, but Ambassadors get them early for free. Once the paid versions of the games are posted to the Nintendo eShop later in the year, the updated versions will be available to Ambassadors for download at no cost.
A second batch of ten games will arrive by the end of 2011 and will be exclusive to current owners. Nintendo will provide Ambassadors with 10 Game Boy Advance Virtual Console games. These include games like Yoshi’s Island: Super Mario Advance 3, Mario Kart: Super Circuit, Metroid Fusion, WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$, and Mario vs. Donkey Kong. Nintendo says that it currently has no plans to make these 10 games available to the general public on the Nintendo 3DS in the future.

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Keep track of Beer Debt with BeerBank for Android

July 28th, 2011

What a great concept!

An easy to use app that lets you keep track of all beer debts owed and satisfied. Keep your friends honest with the currency of beer.

You can also use this app to track any type of other debt type transactions such as ‘who did dishes last?’ ‘I mowed the grass…now its your turn.’ etc. Its completely customizable as far as type of debt.

Check it out:

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[App] BeerBank – beer debt manager
manage debts of beer, liquor or similar type of items. Useful if you want to be that guy who remembers if someone bought a glass for beer to him last night and pays back later with a favor of similar kind!

You can track beer, liquor, money, cigarettes or add custom items.

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