MakeUseOf is a brilliant site to get information just about everything to do with technology. If you want to know the who's who of media, or learn about new trends, or just gather new ideas, this is the site to go to.
This morning I stumbled across a description of a new web app called Ovulation. The app helps you figure out (presumably for those women/couples wanting to become pregnant) when you ovulate.
(mmm hmm...sipping my hot tea)
Initially, my reaction is, wow, we've sure come a long way since my young adult years, when fertility and ovulation cycles were not a topic of public discussion. Instead, here was a totally refreshing blatant proclamation,
"Numerous methods exist to solicit feedback after an event. However, sometimes the feedback is more timely and helpful if it can be gathered during the performance and Ovulation lets you do exactly that."
(letting the steam from my cup steam-up my glasses)
OK, my mind did a little trip... performance... what do they mean, when it's happening, or when you are performing that marvelous act of trying to make a baby during a time that increases your chance of it happening?
(my mind going into early 1960s primp sex education mode)
Then I read the final sentence,
"... It is a web app that allows you to create a page for your event, which your audience can go to using their smartphones."
Ovation is a web app...
Usually, I am terribly tried being dyslexic. This morning it gave me ten minutes of uncontrollable mirth.