I am mildly obsessed with allowing inanimate objects the ability to tell a story, or inform users of things. Thinking about the potential in not only every object - ex: snap the QR code on your furnace to see its maintenance schedule, last repair, user manual, etc - but also every location to provide you data that you are interested in - ex: walking into an art museum, and that location pinging your smartphone with a map, as well as maybe some relevant information about featured artists, bio, etc.
This was at the heart of what we call “what @ where” engine and ultimately what drove us to creating an app that told you want you wanted to-do while you’re at the exact place you’re at. And on that note, I am extremely proud to see airrand.com open for beta!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
airrand.com launches today, delivering your to-do list at the place you need it most
Milwaukee, WI - 04/20/2011 - airrand, LLC is pleased to announce that airrand.com has launched its open beta. airrand is a web-based service for use on any web browser and smartphone…
A great gift for travelers, and foodies, in the world, would be if foursquare and the Travel Channel could partner to allow viewers the ability download trip bundles to their foursquare To-Do list
We just finished watching Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations episode in France, from last season…
Has anyone done un-manned guided tours yet using solely check-in services? I wanna do the Jack the Ripper tour, in London, just off a checkin to-do