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Let’s talk about recommendations.
If you’re a doctor, you might “recommend” a heart healthy diet or taking up jogging.
A park ranger might “recommend” not smearing yourself with honey and wandering around the woods calling, “Here, grizzly! Who’s a nice grizzly?”
And the park ranger and the…
Another entry in our “learn how to use Picks while laughing” series.
Names are important.
I once changed mine to Australia, and thousands of people came to my apartment expecting to just stay there and take my picture a bunch. It was a very uncomfortable five years for me. (Please don’t ask me about boomerangs. I DON’T KNOW.)
That’s why it’s a good idea to add…
Your name really is important.
Hey, good-looking. Yeah, you. You’ve signed up for Picks, and now it’s time to choose a great photo to represent you to the entire world. I know. How do you choose just one when you are so extremely attractive? Don’t worry. I’ll talk you through it.
1. First, handsome, you’re going to want to tap…
Number 5… number 5.
Have you seen? There are a bunch of new list icons on Picks. So many, in fact, that you might have trouble deciding which one to use.
Making decisions can be the most difficult part of the day if you don’t know how to do it right. Here are some tips on how to decide on the best icon for your…
Friends are awesome. I would know. I have two of them if you count my parents.
Friends are part of what makes Picks so great. How else would you know what movies to watch, what books to read, what podcasts to listen to, what shows to binge on Netflix, what music to download, and what burritos to…
Playing around with the Etsy app. It feels to me like they’re trying to become like Pinterest faster than Pinterest can become like Etsy.
For whatever wearable Apple announces, are we still going to be close enough to Steve Jobs dying for people to say that it’s still his genius responsible for it.
Let’s say that your friend has never seen the Lord of the Rings trilogy. (I know, how is that even possible?) He wouldn’t know a Hobbit from some random short guy with really hairy feet, and you stay up nights writing Legolas and Gimli fan fiction. How can this friendship survive?
I am the person in this scenario, and am ashamed for never having seen LOtR.