The sound of a $45 million (Stradivarius) viola sounds like.
(by The New York Times)
Shipping Stuff Is A Hassle. Shyp Will Do It For You
Using Shyp’s app, when customers request a pickup, they take a picture of their items using their smartphone camera. The app then shows the estimated arrival time for an assigned driver who picks up the items and takes care of packaging and shipping. Once the order is processed, customers are emailed a tracking number.
Shyp + eBay?
Would You, Young Person, Pay $8 For A New York Times News App?
NYT Now, much like similar news aggregation apps–Inside, Flipboard, etc.–churns out a curated stream of news articles in a form digestible to the phone-obsessed consumer. The app differs from its competition in that the 30-40 news articles a day will be curated and edited by esteemed editors from the Times, who will summarize the day’s news into bullet points. It will also offer morning and evening briefings, providing a roundup of the day’s news.
Seems promising, I would most definitely try it.
A Tougher Hillary Clinton Distances Herself From Obama
In recent weeks, as the standoff over Ukraine escalated, Hillary Clinton did something that she never did as secretary of state: She put considerable distance between herself and the president she served loyally for four years.