Unload your used electronics and do some good.
VenJuvo has just launched Trade4Cause. Trade4Cause lets you trade in used electronics and donate 100% of the quoted value to ANY charity in the country. VenJuvo.com accepts a wide variety of electronics including gaming consoles, digital cameras, GPS Systems, HDTV’s, laptops, and even the first generation Apple iPhone. VenJuvo works with a number of nationally recognized charities, but if you don’t see your preferred charity or organization on the site simply enter the details of the cause you wish to donate to. This is a perfect way to get rid of your used electronics in an eco-friendly way and give to a notable cause at the same time—without having to dig into your pocketbook.
Take online piano lessons from a concert pianist.
Have you ever dreamed of learning an instrument from a true master? Mucony.com offers private music lessons, taught by the world’s finest classical and jazz artists. All the major instruments are represented, along with lessons in voice, history, and theory. The teaching faculty comes from such prestigious institutions as the New York Philharmonic and Metropolitan Opera orchestras. Mucony.com also provides a host of additional offerings of interest to professional and aspiring musicians.
This may be the cheapest iPhone accessory ever.
Seskimo has just announced a new iPhone stand that allows you to watch videos without holding the phone. It’s called the BatRest, and will support your iPhone in an upright or reclining position. Made from thin plastic, it will fold up flat into the size of a credit card. When you’re not using it, just slip it in your wallet. It comes in black, white, and translucent. The best part? It’s only $3.95.