Instagram is like a museum of the big moments of a person’s life, and Snapchat is the quick and easy spot for moment-by-moment updates. Snapchat shares disappear within 24 hours. Their impermanence makes them feel less lofty, a little easier to create, toss around to friends and forget. Instagram posts live forever, and users want
In the digital age, where nothing is ever truly lost or forgotten, there is a peculiar sort of demand: a service that lets digital content exist and be viewed for a short time, after which it is completely erased from existence.
We’ve covered a great many apps on the BizBuzz blog — everything from managing data and to-do lists to weather watching — but there are still plenty of apps that don’t fall under those umbrellas that we love and use every day, or think are worth a mention for their innovative or useful features. We’ve gathered together a short list of
It’s been a long time coming, but we’ve discovered Ingress, an augmented reality game that’s gottenpositive remarks in the press and captured the attention of at least one of BizBuzz’s tech-savvy friends. Ingress works a bit like geocaching — the app is a real-time map that tracks your cellphone’s GPS signal, leading you to landmarks where
There was a time when keeping track of information involved two or three calendars, a day planner, notebooks full of phone numbers and dozens of plain text files saved to your computer’s desktop as reminders to finish projects and return phone calls. Thankfully, the digital age has given us some ultra-convenient alternatives, and a ton