HUG is an app that allows you to send a remote “hug” that people can feel. Dubbed the worlds first emoji you can feel. Doesn’t beat the real thing of course, but I guess if I was halfway around the world my mom would appreciate the gesture, or be freaked out about putting her cell phone against her heart for too long due to cell phone radiation. Either way it’s the thought that counts and fake hugs are better than no hugs at all, I suppose.

A collection of wallpaper’s that remind us to “stop looking at our phones and enjoy the f***ing moment

Designer and artist Molly McLeod created this collection of wallpapers that serve as a subtle reminder that life is what happens all around us when we’re busy looking down at our cell phones.

Urging you to enjoy the moment instead of taking a picture or look around you instead of down at your phone, these wallpapers give us a gentle nudge away from technology and back towards humanity.

You can download this much needed awesomeness here.

(Found on DesignTAXI)



Magic is a text message based service that allows you to get whatever you want on demand with no hassle (as long as it’s not illegal of course!).

Magic has trained operators standing by 24/7 to answer all of your requests. You simply send them a text message, and they’ll get you what you want by ordering what you need from the appropriate service (e.g. DoorDash, Instacart, Postmates, etc.), and dealing with them for you so you just automatically get what you want, like magic

I’m impressed and I think Houdini would be as well.

WTF Should I Do With My Life

WTF Should I Do With My Life is a website that helps you figure out WTF to do with your life by offering useful life and work advice.

The website suggests everything from joining the Peace Corps to becoming a dancer or relocating to another city. If the suggestion sounds appealing you can click okay and get the 411 on how to make it happen, if not simply click the Hell No button and the site will suggest something else.

Knowing what to do with your life has never been easier thanks to WTF Should I Do With My Life.

Still here? What are you waiting for? Get a Life!

Quality Time

Quality Time is an Android app that helps you monitor and get real time reports on how much time you spend on your smartphone and on your favorite apps.

You can set usage limits for your phone or for specific apps and receive alerts when you exceed your limits. You can also kick you phone overuse habit with the “Take a Break” feature, to digitally unplug yourself from your phone.

As they say “life is what happens to you while you’re looking at your smartphone.” Quality time will help you get your life back, or at least make you realize how much time you’re wasting on your DUMB smartphone!

Date to Door

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Date to Door is everything you need for an amazing date in one box. Date to Door was created to make relationships and marriages better by providing creative dates that encourage couples to take the time to really date each other.

You simply choose between a one, three, or six month plan and a creative date is planned, boxed, and shipped straight to your door on the second week of every month. Everything you need for an awesome date with your other half will be provided in your date-in-a-box.

Romeo, Cupid, and I all totally approve of Date to Door and I will definitely be using this!

(found on Netted)


If you watched the Super Bowl last night then you probably saw this commercial. It made me laugh and then I was curious. So what was it all about?

Well, Jeff feels the world is filled with too many restless people in need of rest so with the help of Squarespace he made a new mini-site and created his sleeping tapes album filled with intriguing sounds, noises and other things to help you get a good night’s rest.

100% of the retail price from each album sold goes directly to No Kid Hungry. So you’ll get a good night’s rest knowing that when you download the album, or pick up the LP or cassette, you’re helping end childhood hunger in America.

Catch some z’s and make a difference. Count me in.

Thanks Jeff and Squarespace!