So do I and I can't wait to use Rambly myself! As the lead of a top notch Website Development team, mother of three, and serial entrepreneur, my day is literally all over the map! I need more than just a list of appointments. I need a smart tool that knows where I am, where I am going, when I am going to be late, and what would be helpful for me to know is in the area. The Rambly app will do all of these things and more.
Rambly will pull in your e-calendar to plot your day's appointments onto a colorful map, draw a line to trace your optimal route, and then help you navigate through the day, keep you in contact with people you are meeting, and will allow small local business owners to invite you in to their shops if you are passing by. You can drop a pin onto the map to add an appointment, and keep a running to do list that is location based.
Rambly will manage your calendar, make suggestions based on the content of your calendar, and act as a personal assistant. It will know when you have down time and can squeeze in a few to do's, or show you perks at local shops that you can drop in and accept. It will know if you are running late and cue up a call, and let you know if you havent had a hair cut in a while. The Rambly Reminders are all written by you, our Rambly community. Our algorithm is hand crafted!
Help me complete the development of Rambly! Your smart phone will manage your time, and when Rambly is integrated with onboard GPS systems, when you get in, your car will already know where you are going!
We love hand crafted goods, locally sourced foods, and home grown mom and pop shops. We are passionate about supporting the small businesses that strengthen local economies and employ a majority of workers. Our roots are in small-town USA and we developed a unique model to help small shops reach their community. Businesses that offer perks must also show how far the owner lives from the business. We love hand crafted goods, locally sourced foods, and home grown mom and pop shops. We are passionate about supporting the small businesses that strengthen local economies and employ a majority of workers. Our roots are in small-town USA and we developed a unique model to help small shops reach their community. Businesses that offer perks must also show how far the owner lives from the business.
We are challenging the Groupon and steep discount model that can actually hurt a small business. Rather than getting offer takers who who may never return, shops can reach folks who are actually in the area, and reward them for stopping in, giving both the customer and the business the opportunity to build a relationship. Additionally shops will know generally when a customer plans to come in.
the beautiful studio of Blink Inc in corte madera, CA
Since school busses have gone the way of the dinosaur, parents find themselves driving all day long taking their kids to and from schools and events. We will pause our regular program, and present this song for your entertainment. I stopped into a music store to buy a guitar pick for my son and walked out with a ukelele. Pretty good sales people at Bananas At Large in San Rafael, CA, especially considering I havent played an instrument since fifth grade. Consequently I had to come up with a song, and this is what happened.
“To succeed in life, you need three things: a wishbone, a backbone, and a funny bone."
"Mr. Wonderful" of Shark Tank recently learned that all of the businesses he had invested in that were profitable are led by women. He was shocked! We aren't. Nope! Because women in general have to be extremely resourceful with their time and resources due to family management responsibilities. We typically tackle only problems that we feel confident we can solve, and when we go for it, we are all in. That is me. Every minute I am spending on Rambly I am NOT spending time with my kids, and I intend to not let that lost time with them go to waste. I intend to bring Rambly to market, and to introduce a woman's solution to time management, and a more relationship and reward-based promotional alternative to connect locally owned businesses with their community.