“Honey, I need to rush to the airport. I will have to queue up before I get my flight tickets. Could you please call up my secretary to ask her to book a table for 5 at a restaurant near the airport so that I can line up candidates for the interview while I am waiting for the flight? And yes, I have not forgotten about Isabella’s 10th birthday bash. Keep the invites ready while I call up to find some fun place for her to enjoy with her gang of friends. And yes, ask your girls about the birthday theme. Chinese Panda was a …… man. Let’s get better one this time.
By the way, did you hear from Martha or Samantha about what cool destinations for ‘scuba diving’? Hon, Don’t worry! I will post that on my FB wall. Probably my friends Sam and others would know some cool escapades. I also need to get some good ‘yoga’ books. I have put on a lot of weight. I will ask Daniel. He has been following the Indian guru, ‘baba Ramdev’ for long now.
How familiar are these conversations to you. Most of us depend so much on our circle of friends-at home-‘Honey’, at work-‘colleagues’, on social networks –‘connections ’. Small jobs like booking tickets, reserving table for dining, finding holiday destinations, getting book reviews, sending flowers, getting movie tickets takes away so much of our quality time. How you wish you had a chum who could do all the dirty work of searching, evaluating and finally suggesting 5-7 options. Hey Man, we are talking about taking the pain away from daily chores. Some tool that can be a ‘Honey’ who takes care of the small things like booking tables for a birthday bash, ‘connections’ who give you varied choices such as which mobile to buy and which movie to watch and ‘colleagues’ who give us their opinion about the choices that we have.
Just go ahead and ‘bantu it’ with myBantu.com, the free online tool, which not only assists you in recommending digestible 9 options but also recommending options based on your past preference. In case you are not sure about the choices offered, you can also check out the opinions of your buddies (of course, your Mother-in-law’s too). Share and gain from experiences. You can even ‘bantu’ about Montreal Bagels you liked at Murphy’s or Susan Diner and her maple syrupy pancakes or catch the new Greek restaurant around the block. The myBantu links in the web, iPhone and Android, helps users to search for their requirements. It allows the users to not only avoid the hassle of individually going through numerous sites but also leverages on the social network to get opinion, thereby reducing the time taken to zero in your final decision. So what are you waiting for! Start ‘Bantuing’!
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