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AMA from Anywhere
Reddit woos mobile readers with new Ask Me Anything iPhone app

Madonna, President Obama, and Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield, are part of a sparkling roster of luminaries who've personally answered questions from regular people on Reddit’s hugely popular Ask Me Anything channel. Today, Reddit launched a dedicated AMA mobile app with the goal of reaching even more readers. Read More

Sharing economy
Mayor Walsh issues statement about parking apps the day of Haystack's Boston launch
Haystack, an app that allows users to hand off parking spaces that they occupy for a $3 fee, planned its launch today in Boston despite the fact that the City of Boston is none too pleased that the company is selling a good that they don't actually own. (See update below.) Read More
Next hot app
I have a proposal for a new app that is certain to be the next mega-hit — an app just says this: next_app Another reason this is a good idea: The Fonz is notable not just for his catch phrase (and general coolness), but also for giving us "jump the shark" — something that is very likely happening right now with simple-communication apps like Yo. Discuss