Thursday, January 19, 2012
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
The app allows users to “Snookify” pictures of themselves and their friends and post them to Facebook walls, email, or upload to a “Snooki” Gallery that allows other users to rate their “Snookify Me!” created pictures. Users of the app can choose from Snooki’s different hairstyles including Snooki’s famous “poof,” various clothing apparel, stylish sunglasses, flashy jewelry, and even tan themselves to look like the most popular of Jersey Shore’s cast members.
The “Snookify Me!” app costs only $1.99 to download and is available on Google’s Android Market, Apple’s iTunes and is now profiled on theGreatApps.com homepage.
“We are excited to add “Snookify Me” to our site and believe it’s a great addition for our customers as the celebrity app trend is taking off, “said Rick Singer, CEO of GreatApps.com. “While we continue to expand on our innovative service we look forward to working with Apps Genius in the future.”
Apps Genius markets, publishes and distributes social games and software applications that consumers can use on a variety of platforms. They will continue to develop some of the most pioneering and trend setting apps in the industry.
"We are delighted to have our application showcased on GreatApps.com,” stated Adam Kotkin, CEO of Apps Genius. “We are pleased with the apps exposure we have received in the media and believe that GreatApps.com will put us in the position to reach our targeted demographic. We look forward to building a relationship with GreatApps.com moving forward.”
Appsgenius.com (www.appsgenius.com), a company that develops, markets, publishes and distributes social games and software applications is now featuring their newest application, “Snookify Me!” by Nicole “snooki Polizzi” on GreatApps.com
GreatApps.com is a media company that focuses on app marketing and consumer use of apps. GreatApps.com offers a platform to showcase apps to people who may never have thought to search for it. To provide the best user experience and to preserve individuality, the GreatApps.com platform only allows up to 15 new apps to be displayed daily. GreatApps.com has a national marketing reach that goes well beyond what an individual could typically achieve on their own. GreatApps.com fills the biggest void in the mobile space which is app marketing.
About Apps Genius Corp
Apps Genius Corp ( www.appsgenius.com) develops, markets, publishes and distributes social games and software applications that consumers can use on a variety of platforms. The platforms include social networks, wireless devices such as cellular phones and smartphones including the Apple iPhone™ and standalone websites. The Company’s Celebrity Entertainment Division focuses on leveraging the fan base of noted celebrities to build apps and games around their personas. The first title in this division, ‘Snookify Me!, was created for Nicole ‘Snooki’ Polizzi of the reality TV show Jersey Shore. Additionally, the Company has released several applications including ‘Bed Bug Alert,’ an informational tool for the Apple iPhone™, ‘My Mad Millions,’ a game application for Facebook™, ‘Slap a Friend,’ a game application for the Apple iPhone™, ‘Bruisers,’ a game application for Facebook™, and ‘Crazy Dream’ Application for Facebook™. Apps Genius Corp’s goal is to develop and publish new titles on a recurring basis that are based on the same property and gaming platform. Examples of this franchise approach are ‘My Mad Millions’ and ‘Rock The House,’ currently under development, which both utilize the same underlying platform. A core focus of the Company’s Social Gaming and Mobile Application development is to allow users and players to reach across different networks into a virtual application or gaming environment such as Facebook, MySpace, iPhone and Android and be able to play games and use applications from all users no matter what environment they are using the application in.
Sunday, January 15, 2012
Friday the 13th came late for me. Friday night I went to my usual restorative yoga class. Only they were holding a special seminar with an instructor named Eagle from Kuai. It sounded too challenging for me.
Friday, January 14
I woke up and drove to my dressmaker who lives 25 miles away. Only I forgot the bag that had the things I needed her to fix.
Stopped at grocery store. I asked the cashier to put cold things together in bags that were not too heavy.
But she put the eggs at the bottom of one of the bags. She put things like grapes on top of the eggs.
When I got home I got a cart to bring things up to my loft.I had a lot stuff to bring up—errands from Walmart in addition to shopping. I filled it to overflowing.
I took the groceries in first. When I opened the last bag—surprize! The eggs were broken and dripping all over. I left everything else in the cart outside my door. When I went outside, someone had moved the car to the elevator. With all my stuff in it!
So all I saw was the cart was gone..and I thought so was all of my stuff.
When I went to the elevator to tell the concierge was had happened, a neighbor saw me and said “isn’t this your cart. We had talked earlier. She was as surprised as I was to see the cart with all my stuff at the elevator.
Hopefully, tomorrow will be a better day.
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Monday, January 09, 2012
Sunday, January 15, 2012
The intricate rhythms and stirring harmonies of Ladysmith Black Mambazo’s SouthAfrican sound have captivated audiences for more than 40 years. Led by Joseph Shabalala, the group’s discography currently includes more than 50 recordings.
Borrowing heavily from a traditional music called “isicathamiya,” which was developedin the mines of South Africa, the group’s philosophy has always been as much about thepreservation of musical heritage as it is about entertainment.
The group has recordedwith numerous artists from around the world, including Stevie Wonder, Josh Groban,Dolly Parton, Ben Harper and many more. They have been featured on several motion picture sound tracks including Coming to America, Invictus, and Cry The Beloved
To get in the spirit, I am going to dinner before at an Ethiopian restaurant.
Tickets can be purchased online at www.attpac.org by phone at 214.880.0202, or inperson at the AT&T Performing Arts Center Box Office at the Winspear Opera House,2403 Flora Street (Monday through Saturday, 10 am – 6 pm; Sunday 11 am – 4 pm), or atthe remote Box Office at Park Place Lexus Plano at 1025 Preston Road.
About the AT&T Performing Arts Center
Open since October 2009, the AT&T Performing Arts Center is a vibrant destination for entertainmentin the heart of the downtown Dallas Arts District. The Center presents a variety of programs, includingits Lexus Broadway Series, Brinker International Forum and, in association with TITAS, contemporarydance and music, and other performances.
The Center also provides performance space for The DallasOpera, Dallas Theater Center, Dallas Black Dance Theatre and Anita N. Martinez Ballet Folklorico, inunparalleled venues set within a 10-acre urban park.