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Peer-to-peer bike rental service Spinlister was chosen by the audience from amongst the Startup Alley companies today to pitch on stage as part of the TechCrunch Disrupt Battlefield in San Francisco this week.
There are over 100 million bikes in the US and over a billion on the planet. But most bikes are not used daily, meaning there’s plenty of opportunity to meet demand.
I had a 660 ti for gaming and folding. It decided that it had enough folding the other night. What are the strongest performers in the $200 to $300 range? I may be able to swing a little more but I don't know yet.
I don't know much about bikes, let alone road bikes. I'm in need of a good bike. I know 'good' is a relative/individual thing (like with distros). Having said that, could anyone help me choose between the two bikes.
I'm going to use it for commuting. My budget is up to £500.
I'm looking for something like Google Gadgets,
gDesklets, Screenlets, which isn't ancient and
is still being updated etc.
Maybe the time for this has simply passed, but
I find those little gadgets extremely handy and
Screenlets seems just so outdated, let alone
gDesklets, with only a hand full of gadgets,
or Google Gadgets, which hasn't been updated in
over 4 years.
There’s been quite a bit of disruption in bikes recently and the Bicymple is no exception. Designed by Josh Bechtel, the bike aims to be easy to ride, trouble free, and less expensive than traditional gear and chain models. You can check out a video here but we got a chance to talk with Josh a bit about his new design.