Michelle Stark is a morning anchor and technology correspondent for WHNT News 19 in Huntsville, Alabama. In addition to anchoring every weekday morning, Michelle highlights must-see websites, viral videos and news from across the web. You’ll also see her showcasing the hottest gadgets, emerging technologies and social media trends.
TechCrunch: Home Inventory Updates Its Mac- And iPhone-Based Approach To Keeping Tabs On Your Worldly Possessions.
TechCrunch says “Home Inventory is a solid, full-featured and mature app that has continually evolved to keep pace with the growth the Mac ecosystem…”
Home Inventory 3 Press Release.
On the eve of the release of Home Inventory 3, I thought I would post a video of one the more obscure (but very cool, at least in my mind) new features in this update. Enjoy.
Business Insider says Home Inventory is “an awesome tool to have if you’re making an insurance claim”.
As we gear up for the release of Home Inventory 3 in the coming days, it only makes sense to update the website. In this case updating the website means moving to a different server and bringing in a content management system (CMS for the acronym aficionados out there on the interwebs). We had originally planned on rolling out the …
Apartment Therapy, a site dedicated to helping people make their homes more beautiful, organized and healthy by connecting them to a wealth of resources, ideas and community online says ”…this Home Inventory app makes documenting all the details of your valuables a whole lot easier to create and later navigate, whether for insurance purposes or simply to keep track of a …
See why 20 year Mac user veteran Alexis Kayhill from Mac360 finds Home Inventory “unique”. Could it be the helper apps for iPhone and iPad which make it quick and easy to wander around the house building your inventory?
The always wonderful Cult of Mac blog takes a look at Home Inventory and finds it makes a tedious task much easier.
I’ve paid far too much attention to financial analysts that cover the tech industry (we’ll just call them analysts for short) over the course of my twenty-plus year career as a software developer. Mind you, I rarely take them seriously, but I probably shouldn’t be wasting my time with them at all. In fact, I have come to the conclusion …