jason potter

jason potter

Tuesday, 17 October 2017 13:46

Geek of the Week: Tunity

Ever been at a party, at a bar, at a restaurant, or the gym, and you really want to hear what's on TV, but you just can't because everyone around you is being too loud? You need this app. Now!

Open the app, aim it at the TV. The app scans the image on the screen, then searches the net to figure out what you're watching...and streams the audio directly to your phone (or bluetooth speaker)!

The app is free for iPhone and Android.

Wednesday, 11 October 2017 09:09

Cover 2 Podcast: 10/14/17

Greg interviews Dr. Jay Butler, the Chief Medical Officer and Director of the Division of Public Health at the Alaska Department of Health and Human Services. He is also the Chairman of the Alaska Opioid Policy Task Force, a partnership between the Alaskan Advisory Board on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, Mental Health Trust, and the Department of Health and Social Services, aiming to combat the rising incidence of heroin and opioid abuse in Alaska.
Listen to the podcast to discover how this state of emergency declaration works and how it has enabled Alaska to develop and carry out programs to help fight the opioid epidemic throughout the state.
Tuesday, 10 October 2017 11:59

Geek of the Week - Reverse Dictionary

Ever been writing an email, or Facebook post, or essay and had the perfect word right on the tip of your tongue...but you can't think what it is? You know how to describe the word (small, green fruit...millennials love them...Subway had a whole campaign around them a year or so ago...used in guaccamoli) but the word just won't come to you!

Introducing Reverse Dictionary!

A free app that let's you enter a definition, and it spits out a list of possible words to solve your writers block.

AND, if you're a crossword puzzler, use this app to help with 35 Down, “a 7 letter word for Mexican fruit” AV*C*DO.

Reverse dictionary is free on GooglePlay.

Thursday, 05 October 2017 09:46

Cover 2 Podcast: 10/07/17

Greg interviews Mike Tobin, the Community and Public Affairs Specialist with the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Cleveland, OH. As the Community and Public Affairs Specialist, Mike oversees the office’s interactions with both the media and the community, covering a multitude of high profile cases, including those relating to the opioid epidemic.
Listen to the podcast to discover how law enforcement and the Department of Justice are going undercover to take down online communities devoted to illegal trading and the sale of drugs.
Tuesday, 03 October 2017 13:55

Geek of the Week - Toilet Time

As disgusting as we all say it is...many of us have used our phones while we're in the bathroom. Whether its to answer a text or email, take a call, browse social media, or sweep those mines...the bathroom is one of the most popular places we use our phones.

TappsGames has come out with Toilet Time. A collection of mini games to pass the time while you're indisposed. Note: All games have a bathroom theme to them, and may be disturbing or deemed inappropriate to some. That said...the kids will love it.

Games include sorting the line of people into men's room and lady's room visitors, connect the pipes to prevent a clog, erase the graphitti from the restroom wall, set the shower temperature for ultimate comfort...things like that.

Toilet Time is free in the AppStore and on GooglePlay.

Friday, 29 September 2017 09:14

Cover 2 Podcast: 09/30/17

Greg interviews Gary Mendell, the founder of HEI Hotels & Resorts and Shatterproof, a non-profit organization dedicated to working for policy change to help combat the opioid epidemic. Mr. Mendell created Shatterproof in honor of his son Brian, who lost his battle to substance abuse in 2011.
Listen to the podcast to discover how Mr. Mendell and Shatterproof are building a coalition of organizations to create an infrastructure to measure which processes work best for those fighting against substance abuse disorder.
Tuesday, 26 September 2017 12:03

Geek of the Week: TV Guide

It is Fall TV Premiere Season! Keep up to date with TV or on your mobile device.

Go to, or download the apps from iTunes or GooglePlay. Keep up to date on your favorite shows, see what's on, and get reminder alerts for new shows you want to watch.  But what this app is REALLY good for, is staying up to date on all things entertainment:  News, celebrity gossip, and info about the programs you love to watch.

Wednesday, 20 September 2017 09:22

Cover 2 Resources Podcast: 09/23/17

Greg interviews Michael Summers, the mayor of Lakewood, Ohio - an inner ring suburb right outside downtown Cleveland. Since 2015, the number of opioid overdoses in Lakewood has more than tripled, and Mayor Summers and his team have developed a new program called SOAR (Supporting Opiate Addiction Recovery) to combat the growing crisis.
Listen to the podcast to discover how the community of Lakewood is continuing to work together to build awareness and support for those affected by the opioid epidemic.
Tuesday, 19 September 2017 10:09

Geek of the Week: iQueue Mobile

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.

Wednesday, 13 September 2017 09:34

Cover 2 Podcast: 09/16/17

Greg interviews Lydia Ramsey, a reporter for Business Insider, covering pharmaceutical, biotech industries, and healthcare. He also interviews Jay Ruais, the Chief Operating Officer and Vice President of Government Affairs for the Addiction Policy Forum in Washington, D.C. Both Lydia and Jay have closely followed Congress’ decisions on healthcare reform.  
Listen to the podcast to discover how the government aims to continue its commitment to funding programs that aid in the opioid epidemic, and how granting states waivers can help in the process.
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