The Kentucky Derby 2013 live streaming and televised presentation is coming up soon, as horse racing fans will watch the annual “Run for the Roses” both via internet feed and TV. The Kentucky Derby post time is scheduled for just around 5:30 p.m. EST, with the latest odds shifting two new horses into this year’s favorites at Churchill Downs.
Finally, another great way to catch NYC mobile innovation will be to attend Startup Pitch Night. Startup Pitch Night expects to see 30-40 sixty second pitches, many of which are bound to be voot app download. While the pitches/demos will be quick, it’s a good way to get an overview of what’s happening on the NYC tech scene and meet some interesting movers and shakers in the space. Catch the event at Jack Demsey’s on 36 West 33rd St at 6:30 on Wednesday night, June 5th.
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Facebook is always updating its mobile app download to improve usability and it is an important part of mobile marketing. You can upload photos and videos to share or just write a quick text status update for your fans.
Plume is an app that is similar to TweetDeck. With it, you can manage multiple Twitter accounts. It makes it easy to shorten links with a drop-down menu. You can customize the app so that it is a better Twitter experience for you. You can save usernames and hashtags that you use often to save time. It gives you the option to preview photos and add your location.
Starting Tuesday, Feb. 1, ESPN Classic will air a variety of ESPN Super Bowl-themed programming from the SportsCentury, 30 for 30, Top 5 Reasons You Cant Blame and Whos #1 series, along with interview shows hosted by Dick Schaap, Roy Firestone, Jim Rome and Rick Reilly in Homecoming. The week will culminate with 39 consecutive hours of NFL-related programming starting Friday, Feb. 4 at 7 p.m.
9 April – The 40th annual Bible and Old Book Repair Day will be hosted by the Hall County Library System from 10:00a.m. until 2:00p.m. Free estimates on the cost of restoring the family Bible or old books will be given by Ken Jewell, National Library Bindery. Books left with Mr. Jewel for repair will be taken to the National Library Bindery in Roswell, Georgia. The books will be returned to the main library branch for pick up in about two months.
In the wedding planner apps you will find checklists so that you can see at a glance what has been done and more importantly what there is left to do. This is a lot easier than carrying around a day planner or several notebooks for each aspect of the celebration. You will also find helpful charts with other wedding related details. You can use your wedding planner apps to help to choose the wedding parties’ colors as well as the brides and brides maids’ gowns. There are details like address, phone number, email, website about several local wedding vendors that avoids wasting gasoline running all over town.