Trying to send a donation for tumor surgery to Ghana ain’t that easy. At least not when Moneygram closes your account (after you successfully did the first transfer) because you’re not complying with their terms & service…and when the recipient doesn’t have PayPal, Facebook or even a bitcoin address.
Well there is always good old Western Union and another identity verification process ahead of me.
Postbank has a campaign about their “Business Giro” bank account and its tremendous benefits going and I wanted to add my two cents. Continue reading “Postbank Business Giro Is A Joke Like All Other Current Accounts For Businesses. Some Alternatives.”
I once did a road trip in the US and since I have kids I always had the idea to show them Europe so they know where they live, what cultures and languages people speak and ultimately what surrounds and influences them. This is the first post in a series of many more to come and is about my initial ideas and plans of our roadtrip through Europe. Continue reading “My Road Trip Through Europe With Kids: Ideas & Planning [#01]”
EverBlock let’s you use their lego-like bricks to divide your room(s), build permanent or temporary structures or use them as decors and platforms. Continue reading “Lego Bricks For Adults – Modular System to Transform Your Living Space”
I wouldn’t know why I needed it but it looks really cool: MAG-LEV’s Audio Levitation Turntable (floating plate for your vinyl). Support it on Kickstarter. Continue reading “World’s First Levitating Turntable”
Stock Up lets you search through over 14,000 free stock images from various websites. Very handy and even better than Google Images for webdesign purposes.