Tech Mommy: Top 5 Math Apps for our kids

February 19, 2013

When our oldest son was young, math enrichment was not easily found on the internet but now a days many great Math Apps exist for our first grade daughter. Experts state that in the next ten years our nation will have a serious shortage in engineering and medical talent. Acknowledging that our country’s future competitive advantage is based upon our ability to innovate in science and technology, our educators have renewed focus in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math). Math is now seriously emphasized even at the elementary school level.  Based upon this trend, many parents now look for math […]

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Tech-Mommy: Revolutionary Fitness Apps to help Moms

January 22, 2013

Have you found any Revolutionary Fitness Apps to help us busy moms get our youthful figures back? Are you listening to all the Social Media Marketing on how new Fitness Apps can help you meet your weight loss goals? Our favorite App is the Calorie Counter & Fitness Tracker by MyFitnessPal. What makes this free App revolutionary is that how it offers the largest food database of any calorie-counting App. The Tracker measures your daily calorie intake and exercise routine to make sure you manage your goals. Best of all, the App allows you to set up a support system with […]

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Tech-Mommy: Help for New Year’s “Get in Shape” Resolutions

January 14, 2013

Fitness rules with family! So what Tech devices, apps or websites do you use for your New Year’s Resolution to get in Shape? Every year getting into better shape ranks at top of our list as it does for most moms. Overall, we have done okay but we could always do better. As we get older and busier as our children grow, finding time to take care of ourselves becomes tough. Fortunately or unfortunately depending on the day, we entering an age bracket where the bikini may no longer be socially acceptable but we will play that one by ear. […]

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Facebook Research wars

June 15, 2012

So not only did Facebook have a disastrous public offering but Reueters & Ipsos then announced a study that “4 out of 5 people claimed that they never purchased a product advertised on Facebook”.  Interestingly, we first saw the study announced on Twitter and then heard about it on CBS News Radio 88. Then, yesterday, ComScore released a study stating that advertising does work based upon the number of “likes” clicked (link below). However, we would love to see how these studies breaks by age and by sex. Since P&G still maintains a large presence on Facebook, we are willing to bet money […]

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