As you may recall, we recently offered you a little tease of some of the stuff on the horizon for Aha users. A lot of it is conceptual, but it still touches on the some of the feature ideas we are working on.
In last week’s post about CES I mentioned that we were demo’ing an all-new app. I even offered a link to the “Coming Soon” so you could get an idea of some of the stuff we are adding.
You may have thought that we at Aha only care about Festivus (it is, after all, for the rest of us), but we really embrace all choices for all of our users.
Whether you are into Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Soyal, Winter Solstice, Yule, or really anything at all … we would like to wish you and yours a safe holiday season.
n case you haven’t heard (or checked your App Store app lately) our latest version of Aha has hit the App Store and is ready for download.
Before I get to the top shouts this week, let’s all give a big round of applause to Jason S. for his contribution to the blog earlier this week (be sure to check it out if you missed it).
Happy Turkey Day to everyone out in Aha land. Hopefully you all had safe travels en route to see all of your family and friends this weeken
I’m going to go light on the pleasantries again this week. Just a quick reminder that you can also find us at twitter.com/AhaMobile, GetSatisfaction/AhaMobile, and facebook.com/AhaMobile. If you want to shoot us some feedback, ask for help, or just mingle with some other users, any of those will do the trick.
Yes… in case you haven’t noticed it is Friday the 13th. Don’t worry, I’m not going to dress up in a hockey mask and terrorize any camp counselors, but I will terrorize you with the latest installment of the SHOUTS OF THE WEEEEEEEEEK! (MUAH MUAH MUAH).
Couldn’t resist sharing this awesome shout today. For anyone who may not understand the context, I’ve included the video that inspired it. It’s long, but you can skip ahead to about 1:20 if you want (though you’ll regret it). Also, be advised that there is some NSFW language during certain parts of the clip.
In honor of my formative musical years (mid 90′s through the early 00′s) I selected two “classics” for the Misc/Awesome shouts this week.