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Make a video will to back up your paper one

Death is a thing that many of us just don't want to confront. I guess we think that' the more we talk about it, the more likely it is to occur. However, as they say, the only two things that never change in this world are the paying of taxes and our inevitable demise. The next question that has to be dealt with is what we do with our money and our possessions after we've gone. For some reason that I've never been able to quite fathom, a traditional written will kit can set you back quite a bit. What's more, given the vagaries of the law and the fact that so many written contracts can be ...  More

mylastwill Nov 28th 2018

Keep track of your road toll payments in real time

Governments the world over are running out of money. They've committed themselves to so many things that there's not enough left in the pot to pay for important things like infrastructure and new roads. Consequently, they are turning more and more to private enterprise to fund new highways and bridges the world over.   More

Real Time Tolls Nov 20th 2018

Poll a random audience to see which photo shows your best side

We humans are strange creatures. We will happily offer an opinion on everyone and everything when it comes to other people's social media photos but, when it comes to our own, we seem to find it a real problem. Maybe we love them all and find it hard to decide. Maybe we simply hate them all. So how do we solve this? Do we ask all our friends to come around and offer their opinions (be prepared for some honest answers though) or do we just chuck them all out there and hope for the best? Well, here's an idea. Why not crowdsource a whole bunch of random opinions from people you don't know and ...  More

picpic Nov 14th 2018

The easiest way to get last minute tickets to the top music, theatre and sporting events

Millennials probably won't remember but it wasn't that long ago that you could just show up on the day and buy a ticket at a venue to catch the best shows, gigs or sporting events in town. Unless it was something very special and in high demand all you had to do was to turn up at the box office, hand over your hard-earned cash and you could walk right in. Now, if you're loaded with cash there are always ways to get a same day ticket but these days, you tend to have to book weeks or sometimes months ahead if you want to get a decent seat at a reasonable price for the top events. Even then, ...  More

Vivid Seats Nov 1st 2018

An all in one suite of tools to monitor your business competition

No matter what we do in life, it's been drilled into us over the years to not worry too much about what other people are doing as long as we concentrate on making sure that the things we do ourselves are top notch. Nowhere is this truer than in business. If we have confidence that the products we sell, the deals we offer and the services we present are up to scratch, then it doesn't matter what other companies are doing. But that was the old days. You see, the nature of business has changed over the last few years. These days, it has become vitally important for the health of a business to ...  More

Competitors App Oct 17th 2018

Use state of the art AR technology to work out the exact cost of that item you are sending

According to ParcelBroker director Gregg Temperley, the biggest customer complaints - after late or damaged parcels - that are levelled at companies when couriering items around the world are incorrect delivery charges. This is quite often caused by the inaccurate measurement of items apparently. You'd think it would be pretty simple, wouldn't you? You've got a box and you just measure it. Well, that's all very well when it is all boxed up and ready to go but, it's not quite so simple when you have to estimate a postage price on an item that isn't packed yet.   More

ParcelBroker – AR Box Measure & Send App for Android Oct 2nd 2018

The sexual technique that you can keep on your bedside table

If I said to you that the best way to deal with sexual problems in the bedroom was to open up your mobile phone, the chances are that most of you would think I was stark raving mad, wouldn't you?  It goes against pretty much everything we've been taught over the years. The golden rule has always been to concentrate on your partner and to turn off your phone and enjoy it. However, we have a doctor here called Dr Farrage who thinks differently. He has developed an app for couples who have a specific problem in their sexual relationship - notably premature ejaculation - that involves ...  More

Ejacontro Oct 2nd 2018

Missing your Sudoku rush? Try this new Twist on the numbers game.

Do you remember when the Sudoku craze really took hold back in the early 2000's? For a while there it seemed that, no matter where you went, there would be someone sitting next to you playing it. You’d have to say that it was the Candy Crush of its day - albeit with a little more intelligence needed. Bizarrely, the game reached such epidemic proportions that a million dollar drug trial in Australia was aborted when it was discovered that five of the twelve jurors were playing Sudoku rather than listening to the evidence. Naturally, because of its worldwide success, there were a ...  More

Shikaku Twist Sep 19th 2018

Send fabulous e-cards and add a monetary gift with your greeting


When was the last time you actually went into a shop and bought a greetings card? Was it for Christmas? A birthday? Valentine's Day? Do you remember how much you paid for it? It's expensive. While not wishing to be looked upon as a bit of a cheapskate, I find it rather bizarre to have to fork out around five bucks for a bit of mass-produced cardboard with a stock photo and a few words on it. Then there's postage on top, of course. To give you an idea how popular they are, it's expected that Americans will spend around $860 million on about 150 million Valentine cards next February. That ...  More

birdegreetings Sep 14th 2018

Buy your fashion apparel here and support American small business rather than Amazon

If you've wandered down Main Street lately you'll know that things are changing. More and more, the stores we've loved and frequented on a regular basis over the years are disappearing. They're not closing their doors because the goods they sell aren't any good though - the goods they stock are just as great as they were when you were a kid. The fact is, nearly 80% of Americans now do a lot of their shopping online (up from 22% in 2000) and 51% of people have bought something online from their mobile phone. While many of these stores have embraced the future by creatingan online presence ...  More

Couture Lane Sep 11th 2018