The quick and dirty is that Storific enables customers to place orders at restaurants, cafes and bars using their iPhones. Love the idea and what the app has the capacity to transform into if a Microsoft Surface option is available for people without smartphones. Not a huge fan of the logo (Skype meets Twitter) or the name but if Storific adds aGrubHub, CityMint [iTunes link] and SnapFinger feature, partners with OpenTable and handles how customers order without an iPhone I think the company could be headed for what is no doubt the future of ordering food.
Monthly Archives: December 2010
The Cardiocam, which was unveiled this year by researchers in the Harvard-M.I.T. division of health sciences and technology, measures a subject’s heart rate by sensing subtle shifts in facial coloring caused by the variation in blood flow. Sorta looks like a cross between a Kayne poster and Drake’s Thank Me Later album cover. I hope it helps scientists find a more visual way to monitor vital signs.