I was recently introduced to another photo app for the iPhone from one of my favorite iPhoneographers, Mike Massie; Instagram. I am impressed by this photography app (especially since it’s FREE), but there are also some things I would like to see them improve on.
Brian surprised me for a fun anniversary getaway weekend in Chicago to celebrate the exciting, eventful and enjoyable first year of marriage we’ve had. It was a great weekend exploring Chicago going to the Art Institute, Shedd Aquarium, Wrigley Field for the Cubs game and walking around downtown Chicago.
Watching the Gator game at Sully’s House. #GoGators!
Spending Labor Day weekend at Chicago’s River Hotel.
The view from our room of downtown Chicago. Such an amazing view!
Walking around Millenium Park.
The Art Institute of Chicago. Thanks to Bank of America for the “Museums on us” promotion. We enjoyed the complimentary experience.
The Married with Children Fountain at Grant Park.
Under the Sea at the Shedd Aquarium.
Wrigley Field for the Cubs game!
Unbelievable seats in the bullpen. Stretch it out boys!
Line-drive action. We were alert throughout the whole game.
We enjoyed a glass of wine in the Signature Lounge at the John Hancock Observatory.
We happened to find the “Tweet to Drive” – @DriveBuickChi car in our parking garage. So we asked for a test drive for a fun tour of Chicago on Labor Day. Such a great car and a cool social media promotion. “Tweet to Drive” till the end of October!
Thank you for the amazing anniversary celebration Brian!
Today’s SquarePik featured photo of the day is in celebration of @BrianGainor‘s birthday. Since meeting Brian, we’ve been huge supporters of discovering new areas and trying new things.
Just this week Stickybits, the iPhone and Android app that allows you to attach digital content to physical objects, announced the latest updates to their business model: “official bits,” voting and threading.
Today in Milwaukee you may have been distracted by the unbelievable sounds of the Navy Blue Angels soaring by your office window. I know I was easily distracted and touched by how amazing it was to see the Blue Angels up in the air