I really do love technology and mTailor is one of those technological innovations I love.
It's an easy way to get custom-made clothes.
You download an app to your iPhone and take a picture of yourself and you get a tailor-made shirt, suit, pants, jacket, jeans and tees. Easy. Reasonably priced.
It makes a fantastic present at any time, and especially now at Christmas.
Take a look: www.mtailor.com
One of my favorite musicians is coming to the Casbah in San Diego June 20th.
I caught an interview of Elon Musk where he says about Mars: "It's a fixer-upper of a planet."
I love that view! Nothing too big. Nothing that can't be handled. A definite sense of: We can do this.
I've seen other interviews. I always perceive Elon as a man with a child-like view of reality. Nothing is impossible. What an inspiration!
I know, I sound like a commercial, but I really am excited about this new website. It's unique, an interesting concept.
It's a website where you can watch movies, shows, and listen to music and also store your own files.
You enter the name of a movie you want. It searches and finds a bunch of options. It's uploaded to their server, and you watch it on your computer, TV or other device.
You do not need to download anything to your computer. That's the great thing about it.
It's super fast. Best of all, you have access to pretty much anything that's out there.
I don't watch TV. Once in a while I like to see a good movie, and for me this is the perfect solution.
Another great thing is that's is only $4.99 for the basic subscription, which gives you a huge amount of opportunities.
Check it out: https://www.cloudload.com/r/egpzbc
My battery ran out in my analogue alarm clock and I did not want to buy a new battery. I wanted an analogue alarm clock that ran on solar cells.
Solar has been everywhere in my life lately but especially driving every day by our local high school whose parking lot was now being covered with solar panels. Ingenious. It provides shade for the cars and power for the school!
So I looked for solar-powered alarm clocks and guess what, there are very few and almost all digital, none that were available for sale that were analogue. I could not buy one!
Then, bizarrely enough, the rechargeable batteries on my digital recorder ran out and, you guessed it, now I wanted a solar-powered digital recorder. I didn't even bother to see if those existed, I doubt it.
It became clear that tons of electronics can run on solar cells (and I know many already do, just not general items), and that this would make a great and, I believe, much-needed business.
Can someone start this business please?
And let me know when you're selling solar-powered electronics--especially a solar-powered analogue alarm clock--and I will buy and also spread the word.