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It's incredible how fast mobile browsing has gone from something very clunky, to something we all do. Here are just 3 stats that show how fast our behaviour is changing due to this evolving technology: http://www.tell-me-first.com/app.htm

CycleByCycle. What's your favorite? (More design inspiration at www.aldenchong.com)

New graduate's guide to personal finance #Infographic ... very handy tool for those wanting to start planning financially#personal Finance

How to Use Bloglovin to Promote Your Blog

* How to Use Bloglovin’ to Promote Your Blog, Discover New Great Reads and Connect with Other Bloggers. http://jamiedelaineblog.com/post/25997/how-to-use-bloglovin-to-promote-your-blog/

Staying Organized With Stylebook App

The StyleBook app is the closest thing in real life to Cher's (Clueless) closet organizing software. -- I have it and it is absolutely awesome! Putting clothing in a little every day and getting new outfit ideas and saving them.

Welcome To My Online Launch Party Let me mentor you in the world of Home Party sales with Jamberry! A great business opportunity to make some money or lots of money, new friends, great product and tons of fun! http://www.debbiebrown.jamberrynails.net

Get The Most Out of Mobile App Analytics With These 8 Tips

Get The Most Out of Mobile App Analytics With These 8 Tips - Mashable - http://mashable.com/2012/11/14/mobile-app-analytics-tips/

Responsive launching soon page for new startup 'Spoil' that aims to facilitate sending friend anonymous gifts, each costing $25. The one pager has a clear visualization of how the "spoil" process works with the use of device screenshots. Would be good to know where the products are sourced and where they will ship from. Interesting move capturing credit card details pre-launch - but I guess this is the ultimate true validation of a new idea.

Responsive launching soon page for new startup 'Spoil' that aims to facilitate sending friend anonymous gifts, each costing $25. The one pager has a clear visualization of how the "spoil" process works with the use of device screenshots. Would be good to know where the products are sourced and where they will ship from. Interesting move capturing credit card details pre-launch - but I guess this is the ultimate true validation of a new idea.