It’s 9:30am and you already have 100 birthday wishes in your timeline, but which ones are from real friends? When Facebook removed the effort they removed the meaning.
A good memory has always has always been put on a pedestal, but in today's world, a bad one might actually be better.
The Slow Food movement was a reaction to fast food and provided a blueprint for healthy eating. Do we need a Slow Relationship movement to provide a blueprint for healthy relationships?
Last night I went to a birthday get together for a good friend of mine. It was different from most get-togethers because there were only seven of us, total. It reaffirmed to me that you don't need hundreds of friends to feel connected.
Today is the official launch day of Revere, an app I’ve been working on for a long time. And, I’m happy to say it’s been featured in the App Store! What a way to start! Revere began as a personal project. I’d always been bad with names and details about people and it caused me a lot of social anxiety.
We’ve forgotten what it means to connect with people and it’s making us feel depressed and isolated. These are three things we can do.
For those of us who work at desks, they are priceless for capturing a thought when there are a million other things going on. That’s why we made a Revere browser extension for Chrome and designed it to be as easy to use as a note pad.
We know more people than ever, they are more important than ever, but we are busier than ever.
The world is changing in ways that is putting stress on our relationships. We meet more people, we work more hours, we have more responsibilities. As we rush from one thing to another, it’s easy to forget to stay in touch with important people in our lives. We could use some help.
Life gets busy, and when we’re running from one thing to another, there’s little time to stop and type. But you know what’s still easy to do while walking… talking! That’s why we added Siri to Revere.
I’ve always been terrible with names. I would forget people I just met, or re-introduce myself to people I’d already met – it was really embarrassing and made me self-conscious to the point where I avoided meeting new people. I knew this would only become a bigger problem, so I set out to fix it.