2010 World Cup App Survival Kit

June 16th, 2010 |

The event that captures the attention of every country in the world (except the United States, for the most part) is upon us and will continue to be with us until July 11th 2010. If you’re anything like me, an American who really has no idea about the World Cup but would like to stay tuned to the global event, here are some helpful apps that may aid you.
ESPN 2010 FIFA world cup (Free): There are quite a lot of World Cup apps out there that promise to keep you updated with the latest news from Johannesburg. This app, however, is my favorite thus far for the following reasons. For one, it has a gorgeous, easy to use interface that tells you the schedule, the scores, and the news. You can find out if your favorite players are injured, and watch video (if you get too lazy to read you can just hear what the experts have to say). You can even sign up and create a bracket for the Cup.  That means, if your prediction turns out to be right, you will have some bragging rights. Perhaps two of my favorite options are “Venues” and “Tournament History.” Venues gives you a brief background of all of the fields that the teams are playing on and a map showing where they are. And tournament history mixes the ease of Wikipedia with the trusted name of ESPN. You can now, with the flick of a finger, check in on the history of the tournament so you can know where past World Cup’s has been held, the controversies, and the winners. No longer will you come off as an uneducated observer. Now, you will be able to impress those around you with your supernatural knowledge of the game. Read the rest of this entry »

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Twitter, Anyone? Well, Not For Some…

August 5th, 2009 |

Sorry…I know! My last post was also on Twitter. I apologize! Yet, there’s some big news coming from the little company that’s taking the nation…make that the globe…by storm. There are companies that would be happy to be mentioned in a newscast or blog post once a month; Twitter’s being mentioned by traditional media (TV, radio, cable, etc.) on a daily basis while online it’s nearly impossible to keep up with the “little bluebird that could.”

What’s up with Twitter? First, and most importantly, ClickZ reported that Twitter surpassed Facebook as the most emailed link included in an email marketing campaign. Read the rest of this entry »

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