Now that we’ve all had a good …seven months… to organize them,1 let’s figure out what to do with them, shall we?
Using a keyboard is sooo much easier than being constricted to three inches to tap out that rant (or sharing how great that Popeye’s chicken sandwich really is).1
Quite not like that, but if you’re interested in getting cold, hard cash, and avoiding ATM withdrawal fees, this might be the ticket.
Most travelers know it is possible to cancel a flight for free within 24 hours inside the U.S., but most don’t know it is also possible to do for flights departing outside the U.S.
Finally, a little bit of tech-forwardness. Twitter customer service is so dead.
It seems for a while now that Google Trips has offered travel discounts for, well, virtually doing nothing.
In our minds, a good travel photo captures the place, the people and not just a random stranger walking down a lonely, deserted, oversaturated road.
Urban city dwellers! Lyft recently unveiled a national monthly subscription pass that allows riders to take up 30 rides in a single month for $299.
It most likely won’t be long until advertisements start popping up, but until then, let’s concentrate on one interesting, unintentional privacy hiccup that we found by accident: It’s not hard at all for someone to read your messages.
Long gone are the days where emailing and texting people other photos is the best way to share.1 In the name of efficiency and technology!