Googling the word “wedgies” right now shows what you might expect. Underwear. Now Wedgies, creators of the simple survey platform, are de-pantsing current search results. Today, they launch Wedgies Version SFW, the ability to add any square-shaped image to your online poll, thus making all wedgies everywhere safe for work.
Oh the #firstworldproblem of having to carry a wallet and smartphone. Why do we feel obliged to keep both accessories with us at all times? It is especially annoying when at the gym, the bar or anyplace where items can’t easily be stored and secured.
New player in the short-video network game is Snapverse, which pairs 20 second videos with current, popular songs. Their core differentiators from other apps, like Vine and Instagram Video, are the music library and sound effects. Songs like Macklemore’s “Wings” and Van Morrison’s “Brown Eyed Girl” are part of the 25+ music library, not including the 25 sound effects currently available.
Sending and transferring files can be a pain, even with productivity and storage tools, like Dropbox and Evernote. A relatively new open source project, called dbinbox, lets non-Dropbox users upload files from a web browser into a special ‘inbox’ folder in your Dropbox. Created by new college grad Christian Genco (@cgenco), who majored in Computer Science with a Premedical Specialization.
The internet has made it easier than ever for people to make money from things they already own. From renting out your car, your house or even your wet suit, you can make bank while sitting on your butt (or still being active, whatever works). Here are our five fave ways to loan out your stuff:
Uber just changed the transportation game again by allowing fare splitting in their most recent app update. That means you can now share a ride with others and split the cost real-time. And it doesn’t hurt the company’s user growth when the people you’re splitting with don’t use Uber, they have to sign up to split.