When bathing suit season rolls around some of us need all the motivation we can get to make sure we stick to our “get in shape” commitments. This is what makes wearable technology a hit. By tracking things like the number of steps you take each day, your calorie intake, and even your sleeping patterns, activity tracking wristbands can play a big role in how you approach everyday fitness – and Seattleite are all over it.
Heads up tech entrepreneurs, here’s a fast pitch to keep your eyes on.
Social Venture Partners’ Fast Pitch is a competition igniting social innovation. Nearly 100 organizations will vie for over $250,000 in funding for cutting-edge solutions to the toughest social and environmental problems.
This year Seattle Interactive examines transparency
“The curious people are the people that advance the world,” says Jim Haven, Co-founder and CEO of Creature, a Seattle-based
Local entrepreneur plans to set second world record,this time with water balloons.
This Saturday a group called Seattle Party Camp is going to host the world’s largest water balloon fight. It’ll take place at Seattle Center and they are expecting 12,000 “campers.” There will be no mercy.
From expecting moms to screaming tweenie parties, 2BU Beauty mobile spa and salon give your day a little more color.
When JoAnn Ollila was pregnant at home with her second child, a pedicure sounded real nice. But the thought of getting to the spa was too much of a hassle.
(Update: Offered UP is now called Snap Scout.)
offered up helps publishers by giving more for less.
Banner blindness, we all suffer from it. It’s when we visit a website and consciously or subconsciously ignore the banner ads. Why should we pay attention to them anyways? The ads aren’t always relevant to what we came to the site for and they often rudely interrupt us while we’re reading. So, what now?
Unlock the front door, turn on the lights, set your wake-up alarm, and even get some tea ready before you get home – all from your smartphone.
A few months ago I got invited by AT&T to come hang out at a house in Capitol Hill. The house belonged to one of their marketing executives. It was a pretty modest looking house situated on a narrow windy street in the neighborhood. There would probably be cheese and wine. What I didn’t expect was MTV Cribs style tour on high-speed internet.
All aboard! Local craft tours is your ticket to Seattle’s new spirits craze.
The next time your friends are in town and ask you for suggestions on sites to see, you might want to go with them. You can skip the Space Needle and Duck Tour, but you’ll want to check out the Local Craft Tours, a new tourist attraction
Music festival season has started! Here’s one you may not of heard of yet, Noise for the Needy (NFTN). Party for a cause? Sign me up!