Today on my day off my wife and I decided to venture down to the Fishergate Centre in Preston, Lancashire to do some Christmas Shopping, upon entering the upper floor we came across a newly opened store called Appy Feet (19th November 2010). Not knowing exactly what it was we entered the store and began talking to the person behind the desk. For those not in the know, Appy Feet is a spa where fish eat your dead skin. Read On!
Grace O’Leary from Cork, Ireland wrote the play “What Colour Was Her Blood” and teamed up with Scottish actress Julie Parton to deliver a 30 minute version of the play at Manchester’s No Part Of, an edgy arts festival. Following the success of the play she developed the story further to a full hour long story about a young woman who reunites with her mother who walked out on her 20 years ago when she was only 4.
Tonight in Preston, I was in the audience of the full hour long performance.
So as someone that fairly enjoys using Twitter, for personal and business reasons I like to use applications on my iPod to post Tweets and monitor what everyone else is saying. Now as a student with money being spent on more important things (expencive rent for example) I prefer to use free apps. My Twitter apps of choice are currently Twitterrific and TweetDeck and below I’m going to describe why.