Download nymag.com’s free blog app for now and pray that all those pretentious i Geeks get their just desserts in an Apple recall.) Chicfeed This bare-bones app pulls photos from some of the Internet’s most respected style blogs, including the Sartorialist, Face Hunter, and Lookbook.
The sorting functionality — or lack thereof — leaves something to be desired, but if you’re just seeking quick-hit eye candy, there’s no better way to see loads of style snaps all in one spot.
The app is available two ways: free with advertising or 99 cents without. , “We already do so many things from our phones, so shopping is a natural progression.” Accordingly, DVF’s app allows users to shop via a “Looks We Love” section or by thumbing through the collections — albeit not 24/7.
(Our nighttime request to purchase a one-shoulder floral dress wasn’t addressed until regular business hours.) Still, DVF gets props for rounding out the app with Facebook-sharing capabilities and access to her Twitter feed. Gap Style Mixer This innovative brand app allows you to mix and match Gap items with pieces already hanging in your closet.
They worked in teams of four to six, some doing day shifts and some night, reviewing videos around the clock. To protect You Tube’s fledgling brand by scrubbing the site of offensive or malicious content that had been flagged by users, or, as Mora-Blanco puts it, "to keep us from becoming a shock site." The founders wanted You Tube to be something new, something better — "a place for everyone" — and not another e Baum’s World, which had already become a repository for explicit pornography and gratuitous violence. Mora-Blanco recalls her teammates were a "mish-mash" of men and women; gay and straight; slightly tipped toward white, but also Indian, African-American, and Filipino.Struggling to make rent and working a post-production job at Current TV, she’d jumped at the chance to work at an internet startup called You Tube.Maybe, she figured, she could pull in enough money to pursue her lifelong dream: to become a hair stylist.A village in Gujarat has reportedly banned women from using or possessing mobile phones - with the threat of fines for those caught in the act.As of 12 February, women in Suraj village face fines of Rs 2,100, around £21.60, for breaking the new rules, while informers can receive a reward of Rs 200 (£2).
You spend more time critiquing the hair during films and TV shows than following the plot. Just hope they haven’t been talking about anything other than holidays. You just know if it’s a girls night out and you are invited to someone’s house you’ll be needing a hairdryer and brush.