Archive for February, 2010

Siri is a virtual personal assistant that lives in your iPhone.  It can help you find a place to get a bite to eat, show you movie listings, and even remind you to call your Mom on her birthday. You have two options when using Siri – You can type out what you’re looking for […]


I’m super excited to announce a first on DemoGirl (insert suspenseful drum-roll here). App Happy: iPhone App Reviews for Everyone.  Or something like that.  Ok, so now that I got that out of the way, and you’ve all had a chance to put on a fresh pair of underwear, let me explain: This past weekend […]


When I logged into Gmail this morning I finally saw what I really wanted to see yesterday afternoon – “Buzz”.  It was right where everyone said it would be, under my inbox tab. After spending a few hours poking around and (unsuccessfully) searching for some help topics on exactly who can see what, I think […]


If you’re a freelancer you may find it hard to determine a fair hourly rate to charge your clients and still make a decent living.  You don’t want to overcharge because you need to remain competitive – however, if you undercharge clients you won’t be able to to do things like pay rent and buy […]


1DayLater is an application that allows you to track the hours you work on projects, the distance you drive everyday, money you spend on groceries, hours you put in at the gym, and anything else you can squeeze into a day. Using 1DayLater is extremely easy – Enter in hours, mileage, or money spent and […]


MemorizeNow is yet another application that I wish existed when I was still in school.  It helps you remember short and long  phrases of text by training your brain how to read the phrases with different words removed in each sequence.  This can be used for something as simple as word definitions to long speeches […]


I finally got around to checking out Google Search integration with Gmail today and it turned out to be more useful than I had anticipated. You see, I’m getting ready for my Mom to come visit me in San Francisco this weekend and now, instead of copying and pasting numerous Google search results of places […]