Living Your Life By Technology

Life is so much more convenient than when your grandma was a kid. A lot of the convenience comes from new technology and innovations from services like Bing. It’s the only search engine that can give you reviews, expert opinions, and recommendations from your Facebook friends.

1. What Should I Wear Today?

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Color Forecast is an awesome website and application that shows you what colors are trending in Paris, Milan, and Antwerp.

2. What Time Should I Go To Bed?

Łukasz Hejnak / CC BY http://2.0 / Flickr: szift is a great tool for scheduling the right amount of sleep so you don’t wake up groggy.

3. What Movie Should I See This Weekend?

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While you are searching for movie times this weekend, why not get the opinion of your friends at the same time? Ask your friends what they think of the Avengers on Bing - the only search engine that can give you reviews, expert opinions, and recommendations from your Facebook friends.

4. What Should I Have For Dinner?

Jason Rogers / CC BY http://2.0 / Flickr: restlessglobetrotter is an awesome website that tells you what you can make for dinner based on the contents inside your fridge. Life saver!

5. When should I buy my plane ticket?

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There are few feelings worse than the regret of buying a plane ticket at the wrong time. A couple days too early or too late and you’ll be paying hundreds out of your pocket. Luckily there are things like Bing Travel. It’ll let you know when to buy airline tickets and when to wait for cheaper prices.

6. What Music Should I Listen To?

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Musicovery is an awesome way to find music that fits your mood. Just place how you feel in the dark to positive and calm to energetic matrix. You can even sort with what decade you want your music from and what genre.

7. Should I Bring An Umbrella?

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Ifttt is a wonderful way to put the internet to work for you by creating tasks that fit the structure: if this then that.

For example: If “ says it there will be a 70% of rain or more,” then “send me a text message to bring an umbrella.”

Yes, Zooey. It’s raining.

8. Should I Eat Bacon?

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Of course.

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