No matter your problem, there really is an app for that. A new startup is offering to stand in line for you! Download iQueue Mobile, and for $15 per hour, one of their contractors (like Uber drivers) will wait in line for you. They'll also send updates and pictures every 15 minutes to keep you updated on the progress of the line so you can plan your arrival.
That's right, the person only waits in line...they won't actually walk into the Apple Store and purchase the iPhone X for you. You'll have to show up, replace them in line, and buy it yourself.
This app helps you pay down your student loans...without you even realizing it.
ChangED automatically rounds up every purchase you make and puts the change aside in an FDIC insured account. Every time you hit $100, the app automatically sends it to the loan company!
You can keep track of your ChangED account balance, and how much you still owe on your loan right from the app.
You must have a ChangeED account, which costs $1 a month.
Greg interviews Thom Olmstead, the Director of University Partner Collaborations at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, as well as Orlando Howard, the Manager of Outpatient Treatment Services at Rosary Hall. The St. Vincent Charity Medical Center and Rosary Hall are currently running a pilot program that offers free Uber rides to those in Intensive Out Patient Program (IOP) Treatment.
Listen to the podcast to discover how this program is directly affecting IOP treatment patient’s lives and how it helps keep those recovering from substance abuse disorder stay on track.
According to the description in the app marketplaces, “Draft as if the Footballguys fantasy football team of 60+ experts is looking over your shoulder.” Pretty big talk.
The official app for FootballGuys.com
Full rankings and analysis of each player at each position, news, injury updates, stats, run a mock draft to see how your team could stack up, and run difference draft scenarios.
This works better if you run your league through the site, but you can use it for reference.
**after the draft go to footballguys.com/rate-my-team to see how you did.
Greg interviews Dr. Doug Nemecek, the Chief medical officer of CIGNA’s Behavioral Health Business. Dr. Nemecek, along with CIGNA, has worked to create a program to cut down on the amount of opioids prescribed to patients.
Listen to the podcast to discover how this program is not only helping to reduce overprescribing and treat substance abuse disorders, but is also eliminating the stigma of substance abuse disorder and opioid use disorder being a character flaw.
The Cleveland Metropolitan School District, along with some other local districts, has equipped their buses with GPS transmitters...and now we can keep track of their location right from our phone, tablet or laptop. Set up an account (you'll need your child's District ID#), then simply go to ClevelandMetroSchools.org/BusLink and you'll see exactly where your child's bus is and how soon it will be at your bus stop.
The site also works in the morning! (think rainy or cold, snowy mornings when you may not want the kids at the bus stop for a long time).
Greg interviews Jay Edwards, the State Representative for Ohio House District 94. Representative Edwards recently introduced a bill, known as House Bill 167 or Daniel’s Law, that aims to cut back on the over prescribing of opioids by limiting the amount physicians can prescribe.