TIP iPhone Press Releases or TIPR has a twist

TIP iPhone Press Releases or TIPR has a twist

“TIP iPhone Press Releases” or” TIPR” has a twist that really makes for an interesting application. It’s based on the technology I told you all about in “A Once in a Lifetime Opportunity“.  It allows iPhone users t enter ANY domain into a souce field and the the story is re-TIP’d to search the domain name the user has entered.

If you use an iphone to view any websites for news then this may be the best app you could ask for to save you time and expand your search-gathering capabilities. 

You can check out Apple.com to read more details.

For the software developer/web developer, I urge you to read “A Once in a Lifetime Opportunity” again. 

Even the “VC” firms are starting to take notice. Remember a little thing called Alta Vista or one that came later named Google? Are you listening, investors? 

Getting back to the app, did anyone happen to upon Killer Tech Tips’ post about Thiings you didn’t know about the New York Times?  If you didn’t you might want to read it.  It sounds a lot like TIPS but just for their site.  Hmmm…

Patrick

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Once in a Lifetime Opportunity?

Who knew?

PATRICK LALANDE ON WORDPRESS
  • Who knew that Wal-mart was going to be such a big name in the retail market?  Did you?
  • Who knew that a little company called Microsoft was going to change the world?  Did you?
  • Who knew that the horse-less carriage, or Democracy, or the Internet would be as big as it is today?  Did you?

Wouldn’t you have loved a little notice of domain names or the telephone companies, or any other opportunity that would allow you to retire rich?  Wouldn’t have like to have bought Microsoft, or Google, or Yahoo before the “Big Boys” drove the prices up?  Wouldn’t you have loved a little notice that you would be using the Internet browser before the Internet became so commercial?

Things tend to grow quite rapidly in today’s world.  I had my chances.  I could have bought Microsoft for $10 dollars a share (equivalent to 50 cents today).  I could have bought Google for $85 dollars on its opening day.  I was ahead of the domain name growth but only told my friends, and didn’t invest for myself.  I could have bought Starbucks when they only had 160 stores.  I coulda, woulda, shoulda.  This isn’t a whine.  IT IS A WARNING!

There is a a little-known technology with a very, under-assuming name that you need to know about.  As a disclaimer, I hereby notify you that my brother has created it. 

So those that are suspicious, leave now.  Don’t read any further.  Continue reading