Yearly Archives: 2013

Striking a Balance Between Science and the Arts

 “It’s in Apple’s DNA that technology alone is not enough — it’s technology married with liberal arts, married with the humanities, that yields us the result that makes our heart sing  and nowhere is that more true than in these post-PC

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Review: Reeder

After the death of Google Reader, RSS readers started popping up all over the web to claim the spot as the next RSS king. After reading numerous articles on Feedly and trying it out, I started using it as my go-to

Posted in Apps

The Art of Weather

Weather apps are great. They tell you the weather in an easy way instead of having to navigate through a clunky yahoo weather webpage and enter your zip code and location. I have chosen two awesome weather apps that I

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Review: Jasmine

Jasmine by developer Jason Morrissey is a Youtube client for iOS. What made Jasmine catch my eye is how polished and clean the app looks. Upon first opening the app, you are greeted with a very clean looking Youtube interface.

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Review: Mailbox App

Mailbox is an app for iOS which functions as a Gmail client. Mailbox had gained lots of hype due to its much anticipated new take on email. Just a month after its release it was clear that Mailbox had done

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