Android Auto Apps

The Best Android Auto Apps for 2020

The arrival of smart cars has given drivers a better driving experience. Thanks to these improvements we can install applications that can improve the default tools of our vehicles. Android Auto has become an essential element for today’s cars. Most of the distractions behind the wheel are caused by the use of mobile phones, but we can use our device as safely as possible. This system can be used Read More…

quickpayportal

Quickpayportal – Pay Your Medical Bills Online

QuickPayPortal is a web portal that helps users to pay medical bills online through an internet site by logging on to www.quickpayportal.com. aside from letting to pay the doctor’s bill online. It also allows users to look at all their medical history online also. The Quick Pay Portal website is developed by Athena Health which is an American company that gives network-enabled medicaRead More…

Jazmine Hughes & Jynne Dilling Martin

Jazmine Hughes & Jynne Dilling Martin

We round out one year of Catapults—or kick off year two!—with readings that take us to the most intimate and exotic, the most familiar and far-flung places we’ve gone: into the tangle of love and strife that is sisterhood, and to the intersections of science, nature, culture, and poetry in Antarctica. I wasn’t kidding about far-flung! Jazmine Hughes reads her essay, “Sisters, Ranked,” Read More…

Lance Rubin & Kathleen Alcott

Lance Rubin & Kathleen Alcott

We’ve got readings from two soon-to-be-released novels today. They’re books that take seemingly depressing, heavy subjects – death and aging – and infuse them with humor, empathy, insight, and all the many layers of feeling that make life wonderful and make great writing great. Lance Rubin reads from Denton Little’s Deathdate, which comes out April 14th, and Kathleen Alcott reads from InfiniRead More…

Jessica Pearce Rotondi

Jessica Pearce Rotondi & Said Sayrafiezadeh

Today: war on the other side of the world; war across three decades (and also on the other side of the world; conservation; extinction; first thoughts vs. what we say; jungles; craters; Duane Reade. Jessica Pearce Rotondi reads from her book-in-progress, What We Inherit, and Saïd Sayrafiezadeh reads his essay, “War and Duane Reade.” Also discussed: Elizabeth Kolbert’s The Sixth ExtinRead More…