I’ve have been using Kayak for flight searches for about 7 years now. For a long time they were the best aggregate flight search, especially for domestic flights. Before Kayak came around, you either had to search individual airlines or sites like Orbitz and Travelocity, which charged booking fees (around $6 per booking on top of the
Simple, Uber, and HotelTonight are 3 of my favorite companies (and apps) that are clearly ahead of their time. I believe that each one is a perfect example of “how everything will be done” in our hyper-connected future. I’m excited for the day when everything will work as smoothly and friction-free as the experiences I’ve
While the lens on the iPhone leaves much to be desired as far as picture quality goes, it has been getting better for every new generation of the iPhone, especially the iPhone 4s. While there are plenty of devices & attachments on the market for making your iPhone that make it into a zoom lens or specialty
There are a ton of articles already out there about “best travel apps” but a lot of those are written from the “hey, wouldn’t this be nice” perspective. Which is definitely not the same as “I tested this shit out living on the road for over 2 years and actually found what was useful” perspective.
I always like to keep a backup of my information and photos that I post to other sites/platforms. Now that Instagram has been bought by Facebook I wanted to find a solution to export my Instagrams – just to have them backed up – I still use and love Instagram (hey, if you’re also on
When Ashley and I spent our first few nights in Montreal last summer, I remember how impressed I was with all the kickass graffiti that was up and down Rue Saint-Denis (and the rest of the city). Here are a few of my Instagrams: Earlier today I ran across 2 iPhone apps that will help