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“We got a mob of women,’’ even though none of the footwear was for sale, says the Roslindale entrepreneur.
Traditionally, when you want a professional service you need to go to their business or office to get it taken care of.
The website taps into the inventory systems of more than 50,000 stores, including Best Buy, Crate & Barrel, and Home Depot, to let customers know where an item they’re searching for is in stock.
The Chicago-based company’s patent-pending application integrates digitised picture books with webcam communication, allowing adults and children to share stories while seeing and interacting with each other.
Los Angeles start-up Knowledge Genie aims to offer a solution, allowing users to centralize their knowledge on a particular topic and present it in a customizable, tutorial-style package—a ‘Knowledge Genie’—that can be shared for free or sold for a fee.
She originally thought about putting recording kiosks in big stores like Costco and Target and creating DVDs that could be mailed.
The software—accounts are free of charge—allows members to snap pictures with their phones and add visual effects that give images the classic look of photographs captured on traditional film and developed with chemicals.
Rather than let your Facebook and Twitter profiles sit unused forever, DeadSocial, a U.K.
LingleOnline lets teachers automatically create English language learning materials from current news sources.
The former head of Yahoo Music and a one-time executive focused on programming strategy at CMT, Frank knows the power of data when it comes to identifying tomorrow’s hits (in any genre).