Home to Southern Sass Productions and entrepreneur Dayne Mikelle ~ Just a southern girl in Dallas TX LOVE-ing life ~ I am obsessed and LOVE to talk about and debate all things entertainment. What especially sparks my interest??
Cubefree, a new app that helps you find a nice place to get stuff done and connects you with other friendly faces who need the same thing, now available for iPhone.
It tells you only the things you need to know about a café. Like the wi-fi strength. And if there are ample outlets. And how loud it normally is. And whether or not that one person over there with the legs and the face would like to join you.
Basically, you’ll pull up the app, search around your area and find the place that fits just right. Then show up and do whatever it is you do in such places. Work. Read. Eat danishes.
But back to that one scenario. Let’s say you eat danishes better with company. You can send an invite to share your table with anyone else on the app, or offer to buy them a coffee right there on your phone.
Wait a second. It seems... yes. This just in: we are happy about it.
Because Snow Peak Apparel, the fabled Japanese camping brand’s debut into slim-fit snow pants, insulated pullovers and other things specifically engineered to keep you warm while you’re eating marshmallows and strapping skis to your feet, is now online.
Here’s the deal: until just a few days ago, these guys only made outdoor gear like camping chairs and tents and cookware. And now that’s not the case. Now... other things.
Like a pair of insulated polyester pants for slope-hitting.
Like a red plaid flannel for chilly nights spent navigating the bonfire circuit.
Like a striped long-sleeve T-shirt for making the lodge look better than lodges normally look.