WeMo Switch by Belkin Photo from Engaget.com
This is awesome! Turn your lights, TV, or any other device right from your phone via wifi! This is the modern version of the light timer we all used when we went on vacation. Perfect if you have a pet at home or you want the outside light on before it gets dark.
Click here to purchase yours.
Biena: Healthy Chickpea Snacks
Poorvi Patodia is the founder of Biena Foods. The roasted chickpea snacks come in 5 different flavors. It took around 500 batches of testing different variations of recipes until it was just right! I haven’t tried them myself. I just ordered the sampler pack, and I can’t wait to see how good they are! I saw a clip of an interview that said she got her start at a Hingham, MA Whole Foods. I’m always up for supporting local business owners.
Visit www.bienafoods.com for more information.
Amazing sight to see this morning in New England! It’s always nice to have a snow storm that makes everyone realize the necessities. Staple food supply, flash lights, warmest socks you can find and of course a good book. I believe in Massachusetts the total was 22-28 inches of snow accumulation. Great sledding conditions, bad driving conditions and lots of hot cocoa.
I was shopping at Anthro the other day in the sale section and they were marking everything down! I got a blazer and a sweater (both striped…guess I was in the mood for some stripes!) both were marked down I paid 48 for two pieces.
Visit their website to check out their sale items.
This is a great story that proves that we can impact our communities everyday and potentially make a HUGE difference. A waiter in Houston, Texas refused to serve a family who said that a boy with down syndrome should be special somewhere else. They did not want to be seated near the 5 year-old boy with down syndrome and his mother. Now the waiters actions have made national news with an overwhelming support for a job well done!
Click here to check out the article and an interview with the waiter and the the mother of the 5 year-old boy.
Access4Kds is a device that is engineered for disabled children who have a difficult time with movements, such as touch. Utilizing the touch screen has been nearly impossible for those individuals, and this input device has changed that! This device that is wrapped around the forearm measures pressure by movements such as pinches and swipes, and converts them into fine motor gestures.
Take a look at the video and the full article on Engadget’s website.
Student loans have been overwhelming for those of us who have graduated from college and a mere six months later we hope to be employed when the re-payment cycle kicks-in. With the past few years of a challenging job market, this is exactly what is going to encourage people to further thehir education..when it’s free!!!!
I’m not sure what type of online courses they are referring to, but any college courses being offered at no cost and for credit is amazing!
Read the article on Engadget’s website!