There was disbelief. There was debate. But now, there's a prototype. Forget the days of touting around phones with giant screens; now, all you need is your skin. With Cicret’s Bracelet (pronounced “secret"), your forearm is transformed into a touchscreen where you can read email, answer calls, and play games.
It's one of those months — if you've managed to survive Beer Week, Valentine's Day is creeping up on you, immediately followed by the amazing madness of Chinese New Year. Exhale. We've got any last minute Valentine's Day plans covered, plus a couple of exciting new dining destinations to keep you well fed.
Remember Veruca Salt? “I want the world, I want the whole world, I want to lock it all up in my pocket, give it to me now!” Essentially she was predicting the iPhone. Because these days we are all carrying access to the whole world in our pockets and, via apps, we’re using it to get things our way: now.
Whether you're single or smitten this February 14, what better way to celebrate than with a boozy cocktail?
From downtown winds to Dolores Park sunshine, you never know what climate changes you might face in SF. We rounded up our favorite apothecary picks for keeping your dermis dewy regardless of the weather.
Valentine’s Day is rolling into town, on a Saturday no less, when most restaurants will be converted into a sea of two-top tables and serving overpriced tasting menus. It’s a night when a lot of single folks would be tempted to stay in, eat a burrito in bed, watch a movie, and call it a day (I know some couples who feel the same way). But I say if you’re single and like to mingle, here are some ways to make it a fun night out, sans red roses.
You know what some people think is a bit of a cliché? Watching the sunset. You know what’s also a beautiful and inexpensive way to spend time with someone you love? You guessed it — watching the sunset.
February, the month of groundhogs, Mardi Gras, and romance (at least theoretically). It's also a great month to get a massage, whether it be to pamper those sore muscles from January's resolutions or to get your blood moving after a month of sloth.
Party, drink, and be merry this three-day weekend.
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