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Rocksauce Studio Launches Skin Care App - nēvus

We are very excited to see our client, Rocksauce Studio featured in appolicious today! In conjunction with Skin Cancer Awareness Month, nēvus, helps manage and protect the body’s largest organ, the skin!

For more information, read the review posted on appolicious

Rocksauce Studios is an Austin, Texas based Mobile Creation Studio. They help build, design, and market apps the people want.

 Bad dates are a rite of passage welcoming you into adulthood with the condescending slap of reality. Jennifer Kelton, the Founder and CEO of BadOnlineDates.com, knows bad dates, but she also knows bad dates are a hilarious opportunity to bond over “you’ll-never-believe-what-this-schmuck/floozy-did” moments. 
Jennifer used her entrepreneurial spirit and social media know-how to establish BadOnlineDates.com, an entertaining twist on the social networking site formula where users meet, laugh, and connect based on their shared bad date experiences – some of these stories are so funny, you’d think they weren’t real, but alas, such is the single life.
 
Jennifer recently revamped the technologies behind BadOnlineDates.com making it more interactive and entertaining than ever before. She also added a BadOnlineDates iPhone App for real-time “waiter-please-drown-me-in-the-soup-du-jour” play-by-plays.

Sigh, luckily I’ve never had a date horrendous enough to post on BadOnlineDates.com. Well…not a lot, anyway.

In addition to her IT-it-girl status at BadOnlineDates.com, Jennifer is also creator, director, and producer ofBad Date TV webisodes and the brand new Internet dating game show Dating in Disguise, author of dating details chronicle, Don’t Use My Sweater Like a Towel, writer for blogs at BadOnlineDates.com, Daily Dating Advice and Nerd Girls A Go Go.

Here’s Jennifer’s take on keeping things innovative and entertaining in the tech world:
RI: How many employees currently work at BadOnlineDates.com?
JK: We have 8 people working right now.
RI: Could you give us some background on BadOnlineDates.com? How did the idea get started? Who were the key players?
JK: After I wrote [my] book, Don’t Use my Sweater Like a Towel, everyone was telling me…
Read more here: Interview with Jennifer Kelton, CEO and Founder of BadOnlineDates.com: The Comedic Cupid of Cyberspace.

 Bad dates are a rite of passage welcoming you into adulthood with the condescending slap of reality. Jennifer Kelton, the Founder and CEO of BadOnlineDates.com, knows bad dates, but she also knows bad dates are a hilarious opportunity to bond over “you’ll-never-believe-what-this-schmuck/floozy-did” moments.

Jennifer used her entrepreneurial spirit and social media know-how to establish BadOnlineDates.com, an entertaining twist on the social networking site formula where users meet, laugh, and connect based on their shared bad date experiences – some of these stories are so funny, you’d think they weren’t real, but alas, such is the single life.

Jennifer recently revamped the technologies behind BadOnlineDates.com making it more interactive and entertaining than ever before. She also added a BadOnlineDates iPhone App for real-time “waiter-please-drown-me-in-the-soup-du-jour” play-by-plays.

Sigh, luckily I’ve never had a date horrendous enough to post on BadOnlineDates.com. Well…not a lot, anyway.

In addition to her IT-it-girl status at BadOnlineDates.com, Jennifer is also creator, director, and producer ofBad Date TV webisodes and the brand new Internet dating game show Dating in Disguise, author of dating details chronicle, Don’t Use My Sweater Like a Towel, writer for blogs at BadOnlineDates.comDaily Dating Advice and Nerd Girls A Go Go.

Here’s Jennifer’s take on keeping things innovative and entertaining in the tech world:

RI: How many employees currently work at BadOnlineDates.com?

JK: We have 8 people working right now.

RI: Could you give us some background on BadOnlineDates.com? How did the idea get started? Who were the key players?

JK: After I wrote [my] book, Don’t Use my Sweater Like a Towel, everyone was telling me…

Read more here: Interview with Jennifer Kelton, CEO and Founder of BadOnlineDates.com: The Comedic Cupid of Cyberspace.

Geek is not a dirty word for Nicole Cifani, head of VIP Client and Partner Relations at Mobile Roadie, a mobile app platform that brings the joy of amazing apps to everyone with an iPhone or Android; the word “geek” is music to Nicole’s very sonically inclined ears. Nicole embraces the title with a “more-cool-points-for-me” gusto. As new media producer, content curator, DJ, and self-proclaimed all-around geek, Nicole wears many hats, but is passionate about creating compelling experiences through technology.
Before Mobile Roadie, Nicole worked as Director of Partner Relations at Yahoo! Music, served as Senior Interactive Producer at KCRW radio station in Los Angeles and held the title of Associate Producer at now-defunct (rest in peace) Ten Music doing everything from securing exclusive material, programming audio and video content, managing social media initiatives, producing original music for brands like Grey Goose and Mercedes, and working with chart-topping artists like The Black Eyed Peas.
Seriously, Nicole has enough cool points for all of West LA.
In her spare time – yeah, you’d think she didn’t already have enough to do, but you are wrong, oh so wrong – Nicole is a contributing writer for publications like Indie Shuffle and Laist, has also worked with sites like Flavorpill and Made This For You, and has a track record all over radio.
On August 19, Nicole will be speaking at CallFire’s Biz2Beach “unconference” about making sweet music in the tech world today.
I got a sneak peak of Nicole’s take on innovating in the industry and here’s what she had to say:
RI: What is Mobile Roadie and who are your clients/customers?
NC: Mobile Roadie is a platform that makes it easy for anyone to build and maintain an app for iPhone or Android. Our platform is flexible allowing us to roll out new features often, with frequent updates that keep us on the cutting edge of technology.
Some of our clients include Madonna, the Dallas Mavericks, and Katy Perry. We recently released our first iPad app in conjunction with Cirque Du Soleil.
RI: What is your role there? Give me your day-to-day job duties.
NC: I handle VIP Client and Partner Relations. I work with our VIP clients to guide them through our toolsets, discuss best practices, and make sure they have a good grasp on our product in general. Because mobile technology is…
Read more here: Interview with Nicole Cifani, Head of VIP Client and Partner Relations at Mobile Roadie: The Geek Goddess Sings Us a Sweet Tech Lullaby.

Geek is not a dirty word for Nicole Cifani, head of VIP Client and Partner Relations at Mobile Roadie, a mobile app platform that brings the joy of amazing apps to everyone with an iPhone or Android; the word “geek” is music to Nicole’s very sonically inclined ears. Nicole embraces the title with a “more-cool-points-for-me” gusto. As new media producer, content curator, DJ, and self-proclaimed all-around geek, Nicole wears many hats, but is passionate about creating compelling experiences through technology.

Before Mobile Roadie, Nicole worked as Director of Partner Relations at Yahoo! Music, served as Senior Interactive Producer at KCRW radio station in Los Angeles and held the title of Associate Producer at now-defunct (rest in peace) Ten Music doing everything from securing exclusive material, programming audio and video content, managing social media initiatives, producing original music for brands like Grey Goose and Mercedes, and working with chart-topping artists like The Black Eyed Peas.

Seriously, Nicole has enough cool points for all of West LA.

In her spare time – yeah, you’d think she didn’t already have enough to do, but you are wrong, oh so wrong – Nicole is a contributing writer for publications like Indie Shuffle and Laist, has also worked with sites like Flavorpill and Made This For You, and has a track record all over radio.

On August 19, Nicole will be speaking at CallFire’s Biz2Beach “unconference” about making sweet music in the tech world today.

I got a sneak peak of Nicole’s take on innovating in the industry and here’s what she had to say:

RI: What is Mobile Roadie and who are your clients/customers?

NC: Mobile Roadie is a platform that makes it easy for anyone to build and maintain an app for iPhone or Android. Our platform is flexible allowing us to roll out new features often, with frequent updates that keep us on the cutting edge of technology.

Some of our clients include Madonna, the Dallas Mavericks, and Katy Perry. We recently released our first iPad app in conjunction with Cirque Du Soleil.

RI: What is your role there? Give me your day-to-day job duties.

NC: I handle VIP Client and Partner Relations. I work with our VIP clients to guide them through our toolsets, discuss best practices, and make sure they have a good grasp on our product in general. Because mobile technology is…

Read more here: Interview with Nicole Cifani, Head of VIP Client and Partner Relations at Mobile Roadie: The Geek Goddess Sings Us a Sweet Tech Lullaby.