jaredsinclair

jaredsinclair:

My friends at LickabilityMatt Bischoff, Brian Capps and Andrew Harrison — have launched Quotebook on the App Store today.

Quotebook is a clean take on a very old tradition. Long before the typewriter, but sometime after the printing press, avid readers would collect their favorite quotes in a single place. This collection was typically gathered into a hand-written journal called a “commonplace book,” but “Quotebook” is objectively a better name.

I like apps with attention to detail, and Quotebook has it, right down to making sure every button and label is set in a custom font and color — even the action sheets. Get it today.

Thanks Jared. Our original name idea back in 2010 was “Quotepad”. *shivers*

lickabilityapps
lickabilityapps:It’s finally here.
After months of hard work redesigning and rewriting every screen in the app, we’re excited to share Quotebook 3 with you.
This update lets you add images and descriptions to your authors and sources, import quotes from your Facebook profile and Tumblr blog, and share your quotes to even more places. But more than that, it’s been carefully designed and engineered for readability and reliability.
Quotebook 3 is a free update for existing customers and it’s available today on the App Store in 4 new languages.
If you need any help, we’re here for you. Email us at help@quotebookapp.com or tweet at @quotebookapp.

lickabilityapps:

It’s finally here.

After months of hard work redesigning and rewriting every screen in the app, we’re excited to share Quotebook 3 with you.

This update lets you add images and descriptions to your authors and sources, import quotes from your Facebook profile and Tumblr blog, and share your quotes to even more places. But more than that, it’s been carefully designed and engineered for readability and reliability.

Quotebook 3 is a free update for existing customers and it’s available today on the App Store in 4 new languages.

If you need any help, we’re here for you. Email us at help@quotebookapp.com or tweet at @quotebookapp.

npr

inkstainedmoon asked:

Does NPR ever offer positions to highschool students?

npr answered:

No. Here’s my advice for you, if you’re in high school: Don’t worry about your job or career at this point. Try as many things as possible. If you want to make radio, make radio. If you want to join a band, join a band. There’s enough time to think about this stuff later. Life is not a resume; a resume is not a life.