Psychic Babble is the side project of Circa Survive’s Colin Frangicetto. Here are a few pictures from his 4th show ever last night in Atlanta. Colin is an amazing person and I’m very lucky to be able to call him my friend.
I’m very proud to announce the release of my second educational app for android: Stack the Countries! It’s now available for purchase through the Amazon Appstore and contains all of the features of the iPad version.
See it now in the Amazon Appstore:
Stack the Countries can now be purchased through the Windows Store for Windows 8 customers. This version contains all of the functionality of the iPad version including the main stack game, Map It, Pile Up, flash cards and more. Up to six player profiles can be created so you can track your progress separately.
See Stack the Countries in the Windows Store:
We drove 8 hours to see Big Country’s final US stop of The Journey tour and it was totally worth it. They were having the best time that night and I think many of these pictures capture fun and camaraderie they had on stage. At the end of the show, they announced they would be coming back next year. It can’t come soon enough.
I’ve been very lucky to see two legs of Big Country’s The Journey tour so far. It’s been so exciting to see them after listening to their music for decades. Mike Peters (of The Alarm) is currently the lead singer of the band and Derek Forbes (of Simple Minds) is filling in on bass.
Here are a few pics from the Athens, GA show.
Stack the States is finally available for the android platform! The android version contains the exact same functionality as the iOS version including the stacking game, 4 bonus games, flash cards and interactive map and creation of up to 6 player profiles.
Stack the States for android requires android 2.2 (Froyo) or higher and is priced at $0.99.
See Stack the States for android in the Amazon App Store:
A photo manipulation created by combining images from my house and the outside.