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A new kind of news in 20 second sound bites

Headliner App Streaming video news
Review posted Sat 26 Dec '15

How many times do you hear it these days? The news is too serious. It's depressing. Whether it be terrorist bombs, street shootings or violent Black Friday fights, it almost makes you wanna turn off the news and watch "Two and a Half Men." Well, maybe I'm stretching it a little there but i'm sure you know exactly what I mean. In actual fact, more and more people are turning to their mobiles to catch up on the news rather than the traditional TV nightly versions. However, if the truth were known, even mobile news leaves a little to be ... Read more

A community to help your crowdfunding campaign that fits nicely between concept and Kickstarter

Ventrifuge You Built That.
Review posted Sat 6 Dec '14

We all love creative types, don't we? Their minds work in such a way that they can pluck an idea out of the sky and change our lives a little bit with their innovative gadgets and inventions. Many of these people are paid well and have teams to collaborate and expand their original concept. There are, however a growing band of budding entrepreneurs - who are getting younger and younger, I might add - that don't have the vast resources to develop this great lightbulb moment that they want to develop. Where do they find other like-minded individuals with the ... Read more


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Play what your fans want to hear rather than your lead guitarist's pick

MySetlist Concert song voting
Review posted Sat 19 Apr '14

How many times have you seen the Rolling Stones in concert? I've seen them a couple of times over the years but, to be honest, I don't have a great deal of interest in seeing them again. The problem is, they've had so many iconic songs, it can start to get a little dull when they have to play them each time they perform. I mean, can you imagine the Stones playing live and not playing Honky Tonk Women or Satisfaction or Street Fighting Man or... I rest my case. To their credit, they toured a few years back and ... Read more

Crowdsource your interior designs from professionals and save heaps

Decorilla Crowdsource your decorating...
Review posted Sun 23 Mar '14

One of the significant changes in architectural design over the last couple of decades is that the emphasis is now on the interior of a building rather than what it looks like from the outside. In the past, people wanted to show others the beauty and grandiosity of their living accommodation whereas these days it's all about how luxurious they are on the inside. The plethora of home renovation tv shows have compounded this to the point that more and more people are now renovating their existing homes rather than moving into a new one. This can save a lot ... Read more

A better way of negotiating your car deal

AutoSwan Hassle free car buying
Review posted Mon 1 Jul '13

I have to admit that one of the better things I ever did when I was thinking of buying a used car was to hire a 'broker' to find me the one  that I was looking for. What usually happens is that I trudge off to the car markets on a Saturday morning with a fixed idea in my head of exactly the car I want. Not twenty cars...not ten...just this one car that I have set in my head that is the perfect car for me. Naturally, that car doesn't really exist and it usually ends with my heading ... Read more

Much more than just a catalog of great websites

Mamuna Social Media Reviews & Catalog
Review posted Mon 27 May '13

I wonder just how many websites we actually have a look at in a week. But, despite the explosion of social media sites that have erupted onto the internet post Facebook we have generally settled on our favorites and they are the ones that we visit on a regular basis. This doesn't mean that they are any better or worse - it just means that they topped the tipping point of success. So, how do you now find those cool sites that can enrich your life? Well, Mamuna is a great new, free social media review application that uses crowdsourcing ... Read more

the answer to all of life's questions can be found in Blurtopia

Blurtopia Explore Life's Questions
Review posted Tue 9 Apr '13

First up, let's just say that this social media based application just looks...cool! But what does it do? Well, the name is a good indication. Blurtopia that is designed to give you possible answers to the questions you want to ask via your social friends. They are the sort of questions you 'blurt' out to your friends when you are out socializing or maybe you just want someone's opinion of a situation you've been mulling over. You could be trying to find the answer to world peace or whether your local team will win today. It really doesn't matter if ... Read more

Get all your facts before you start a project

Get Osmosis Client questionnaire for...
Review posted Thu 10 Jan '13

Design is such an arbitrary science that it's never easy to get two parties to agree 100% on the way a project should look. When the two parties are the client and designer that can provide problems. When a designer sits down to have a first-up meeting with the client it is to thrash out all the basic details of what needs to be done and how the design should look. But how can both sides have all the criteria in front of them so that both teams are on the same page all the way down the line? Osmosis ... Read more

Make Wiki lists and share them around the world

Listnerd Tripadvisor for Everything
Review posted Wed 19 Dec '12

Around this time of year the media usually serves up their end of year 'best of' offerings where they will list everything from the best films of the year right through to the best anti sexist speech against an  opposition leader by a standing PM...and yes, Julia Gillard, you do win that one hands down. But who decides just who is on the list and what order they come in. Generally it's one journalist with an attitude. So Listnerd takes the concept of the list back to the people and lets them decide. This crowd sourcing community application is a ... Read more

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