If you are checking out this article to findf some information about buying Google Glass, you are a day late and about $1,500 short.
That’s because on April 15th, Google opened its Explorers Program to the public, making the wearable computers went for sale for one day only. The limited availability offered a chance for average Americans to find themselves among the likes of Silicon Valley elite.
There is speculation that the number of people who own Google Glass hovers around 10,000, but it will not be a while until the seemingly dissatisfied smartphone-carrying, table-toting, and laptop-using individual can graduate to the next level of tech savviness. So, in solidarity with today’s tech-everyman, here are five reasons why you should not fret about having missed the opportunity to get yourself a pair.
We're sure you guys have head of Birchbox (and if you haven’t, where have you been?), the fun and fabulous monthly beauty subscription service that sends you great products to try. These little packages have started many a beauty obsession for the ladies of Joonbug, and getting a one in the mail every month is really fun. Recently, Birchbox invited us to test some products at a Birchblogger breakfast. And we have got to tell you, we have a new love...her name is Liz. Liz Earle skincare products won us over as soon as the first moisturizer hit our palms!
Have you ever heard of a NYC restaurant that doesn’t have a website or even a way to preview the menu beforehand?
Enter Chalk Point Kitchen, a new Soho restaurant from Executive Chef Joe Isidori and restaurateur Matt Levine. Isidori, from the late Carroll Gardens spot, Arthur on Smith, has described the new restaurant's menu as having a strong focus on “organic vegetables, seafood, and local produce.” Too bad that is the only information you’ll get about the menu--that is, unless you check it out in person. And as Beyonce learned with the massive success of her surprise album last December, people love a well-kept secret.
The Chainsmokers have been unstoppable since the release of megahit, "#Selfie.” With a couple remixes released since then, they have now stepped it up even more with a \remake of Neon Tree's "Sleeping With A Friend". They take the indie record and turn it into a absolute house banger. Take a listen to it above and check out the rest of their recent on their Soundcloud!
Just when you thought The Groove Cruise couldn’t get more kick-ass, they take the party to the next level!
Tickets for The Groove Cruise went on sale to the public today, and if you weren’t thinking of going, you should think again. The Groove Cruise is essentially a huge, nautical four day dance fest that takes place on both a gorgeous cruise ship and equally gorgeous private islands. The cruise features theme nights, sunrise sets, and more than fifty top-tier spin artists (In the past: Cedric Gervais, Nervo, Deadmau5).
Last year, Joonbug.com was lucky enough to actually be there for a firsthand report, and this year, it’s your turn! Because today, Groove Cruise announced the latest addition to their 2015 line-up: Markus Schulz is back, and this time, he’s bringing his partner in crime, Ferry Corsten.
The buzz around Future's upcoming album, Honest, has been trending hard, with track leaks and previews popping up all over the web. This is because Future has quickly become one of the most popular names in hip hop, having been featured on countless hits throughout the past year.
Now he's got his very own album and it features a bunch of big names, such as Kanye West, Pharrell, Drake, Wiz Khalifa, and Lil Wayne. The 16 track album can be streamed now before its release next Tuesday, April 22nd.
This is the news that lots of women have been waiting for! It has been announced that Magic Mike XXL, a sequel to the 2012 film, will be released in theaters on July 3rd, 2015. The sequel will see the guys going on a road trip.
Channing Tatum, who is co-writing the movie, recently spoke to MTV about the sequel. “We want to have real, like reality in it, but we don't want to make like some dark drama. There was some darkness in the last movie and I think it surprised people and shocked people. This one, we want to have a lot of conflict and a lot of struggle, but we also want there to be a shit ton of fun,” Tatum said.
As far as which of the guys will be back for the sequel Tatum said, “I think everyone's gonna be back, I think, and obviously nobody's deals are done.”
Since the director of the first film, Steven Soderbergh, has since retired from directing, Greg Jacobs will step in to helm the movie.
Donald Glover, also known as Childish Gambino, breaks bread with his alter-ego at a diner in the music video for "Sweatpants.” In the video, Gambino leave the restaurant for a bit and comes back to find everyone there to be a version of himself. If you'd like to find out more about the background of the video check out the blog dedicated to Gambino's debut album, which consists of a script and video clips which narrate the backstory of Because The Internet.
Mrs. Carter may soon be joined onstage by Mr. Carter. Several sources are hinting that Beyonce and Jay-Z are preparing for a joint summer tour. Billboard's reigning power couple is expected to perform 20 shows across the US beginning in late June. It's also being reported they may perform in NYC on July 4th.
Beyonce and Jay have collaborated on a string of hits together. The dynamic duo began their professional relationship with Jay's "03 Bonnie & Clyde" and Beyonce's "Crazy in Love." Most recently, their talent and love for each other was shown with the production of the hit single, "Drunk in Love." However, this will be the first time the two have ever officially toured together.
Harris Interactive recently released a poll that has set some websites abuzz with the statistic that Americans would have an easier time giving up sex than their mobile phones.
The poll lists twelve different items and asked people whether they could live without it for a few days, a week or more, or if they just couldn’t live without it. 26% of Americans said they could not live without a cell, while only 20% said they couldn’t live without sex. However, the world’s oldest pastime also lost out to television (23%), a computer (24%), and internet access (28%).
Let’s switch it up just this once, and JUDGE a book by its cover. Sultan Bathery's just-released debut album is exceptional on more than one level, it's cover art nothing short of spectacular. Paired with an addicting collection of kaleidoscopic, bright, spacey accents, with surprisingly insightful lyrics, Slovenly Recordings has got a win-win.
The album begins with the fast-paced, fuzz-filled “Satellite,” a brilliant blend of garage-pop and surf-rock. “Satellite” is an ironically happy sounding track about a drug overdose. “My friend Mike has left his body, and he won't be here for you,” chants frontman Giovanni Ongaro, “He doesn't know where he's going...Mom and dad can't stop crying, and he laughs from the top, he doesn't know where he's going...” It's a risky move to start with such a dark tune, but Sultan Bathery manages to disguise the pain with chipper, dance-worthy instrumentals.