Tag Archives: there’s (not) an app for that

Apps That Need To Exist: Local Etiquettr

I could really use a GMail plugin that sorts, separates and color-codes my New York City contacts and my North Carolina contacts. ¬†That way, when I see a blue email, I know the sender’s in NYC, and not waste anyone’s … Continue reading

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From TechCrunch Disrupt

Spent today over at TechCrunch Disrupt, looking at new startup apps in Startup Alley, listening to the tech fireside chats, and, overall, just seeing trends in social media apps. After a couple pitches, I couldn’t help it. Updatr Updatr uses … Continue reading

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Apps That Need To Exist: Been There Map

The last time I was in Los Angeles,¬† Figment and I were on Sunset going to Meltdown comics, and I magically started to recognize places. Places in Los Angeles are becoming familiar to me, which sort of blows my mind … Continue reading

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Apps That Need To Exist: Auto-Cool Twitter Locations

Auto-Cool Twitter Locations This app would automatically add my location in great detail when I tweet from someplace cool, like when I’m sitting on modern white furniture in a Madison Ave ad office, or having a meeting in a restaurant … Continue reading

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