Parents these days take tons of pictures and, thanks to the internet, it's easy to share them. Uploading snapshots to Facebook or Twitter is simple, but it doesn't always feel safe. Proud parents also run the risk of alienating Facebook friends who might not "like" looking at hundreds of baby pics. Enter Notabli. This new, free iPhone app allows parents to share photos and videos of their kids with a small, private network of family and friends. It's the brainchild of Vermont designers Jackson Latka and Jory Raphael, two new dads who share office space in Burlington. The pair had wanted to collaborate on an app, says Latka, and "everything we talked about kept coming back to our kids." They launched Notabli in February. Latka says there are more features to come.
A unique summer camp for boys ages 10-14 in the heart of the Green Mountains. At Night Eagle, we live in tipis and do things that boys did hundreds of years ago - learn survival skills (fire making with flint & steel or bow drills, plant identification, tracking, camouflage), create…(more)