For those of you daring souls who have entered in for the Bristol Half you will know it's less than 8 weeks to go until the big day. As a keen runner myself aswell as a Bristol Half entrant this year, I've been spotting a few little creatures during my training recently. To celebrate Gromit Unleashed coming to Bristol, courtesy of Aardman Animation, I thought it would only be right that using the combined strength of MapMyRun and PinDrop I would map out some easy to difficult runs for you all.
In April, Karl and I took a day out for a First Aid training course; a qualified St John Ambulance representative came down to teach us how best to respond to someone who's in need of medical help.
As a result of this it seemed topical to cover the new app designed to educate users by simulating a real crisis event.
With the rise of fast food and takeaway services becoming available through online and mobile applications, what is it that really tastes so good to have so many competing services out there?
If you're in the travel industry then you will have noticed the rise of mobile apps aimed at a variety of aspects of the journey that users take in deciding, purchasing and getting to and around their holiday destination before telling others about the experience. When you look at the many travel related apps you quickly realise what an effect an app can have on your business and your ability to communicate with customers.
A recent research piece from Nucleus indicates that mobile traffic for Luxury travel sites will reach 30% of all traffic by the end of 2013.