Baker Brothers Easy Handling Watermelon System, a professional writing firm, has launched a redesigned and revamped website that is mobile friendly ELLENTON, GA – The professional writing firm of Baker Brothers Easy Handling Watermelon System today relaunched its website in a mobile friendly version. The site is www.BakerBrosPR.com “Our old design was good, but it was just not mobile friendly. We needed something to let people view our site on

Sasha Rales Founder and Artist of The Secrets Of Bosch launched Kickstarter to fund the project NEW YORK, New York – February 24, 2016 – The Secrets of Bosch is an immersive artistic experience celebrating the 500th anniversary of surrealist artist Hieronymous Bosch. The project combines art, history, and modern and interactive technology to bring Bosch’s famous paintings to life while giving audiences an adventure through his captivating and cryptic

Innovative, small form-factor digital sign developed with focus on ease of use GARVAGH, United Kingdom – February 25, 2016 – Magic Pixel is an innovative, small form-factor digital sign that can be used to display animations, scrolling texts, and video from a PC or MAC. Since Magic Pixel launched their Kickstarter campaign, they’ve reached more than a fourth of their campaign goal with 45 backers. The campaign goal is to

Launches IndieGoGo to Support New Education Model for Preschool to 8th Grade SEATTLE, Washington – February 29, 2016 – Root Academy launched an IndieGoGo campaign to raise $25,000 by March 17, 2016. The campaign supports a new model for education for preschool to 8th grade. The program integrates three systems: martial arts, Japanese philosophy, and Montessori education. This diverse education approach will teach children of all abilities and give them

Children’s book encourages children to embrace who they are despite social norms LOS ANGELES, California – February 24, 2016 – More children are committing suicide and going through depression than ever due to the negative impact of social standards of gender roles. However, each person has a right to be accepted for who they are! Ph.D. student, Scott A. Hodges, launched a Kickstarter campaign to support his latest creative venture