Say you’re watching a new episode of House of Cards and there’s Claire Underwood wearing a splendidly chic cocktail dress you just can’t deal without. What do you do? Ask your friends, “Hey, where’d she get that??” Take to Google to find out what she’s wearing? Your friends are probably
The internet is packed with learning tools to instruct users on becoming full stack coders with ease and simplicity at their own pace. I’ll take a look at two of the coolest, most popular code schools and websites for learning coding and programming — Udemy and Team Treehouse. Not to mention The Next
Presiding over multiple social media accounts can make you feel like you’re performing a plate-balancing circus act, juggling different account priorities while hard-pressed to meet posting deadlines. That’s why social media managers looking to up their game should test out various services to see which has the most convenient and robust
Increasing your water intake level has been proven to have great effects on your physical and mental health. Setting hydration goals with a water tracker app will save you in the new year. With 200+ reviews and a 4+ star rating in the Apple App Store, iHydrate water tracker is obviously killing the game.
It’s a new year and with that comes new tools and processes. Our team here at Right Brain recently started using Wunderlist as our official #GTD (Get Things Done) app and it’s quickly become the best cross-platform to-do list management app in our office. During the past few days, I’ve discovered some features