Archive for March 2009
One of the hottest electronic devices on the market right now is the Asus Eee PC netbook. This subnotebook is one of the most mobile computers on the market, and their popularity is constantly rising.
For an ultraportable Asus Eee PC 900 you can get them these days for around $300. Buy.com currently has a Sale […]
Fellow Austinites who tune into 101X have probably heard the annoying jingle that Thundercloud Subs is currently playing. I would have to say that it is currently tied with the Reid’s Cleaners jingle that is currently playing on television but loses severely to the local Gatti’s commercial (“Dial 4 5 9 22 22 and get […]
Mean Greenie was already on his last days when he started sitting upright at the bottom of his bowl and could no longer eat the pellet food with the great accuracy he had when he was healthy.
The pH levels and the hunger eventually did him in. He probably only stayed around a little while […]
Tomorrow, Mare and I will be enjoying our half-price taco dinners. That’s what BOGOs essentially are. Taco Cabana sent a promotional flyer a few weeks ago with some irresistible coupons to stimulate the Texan economy.
Last week, we used the BOGO Fajita Cabana Bowl coupon. We went with steak of course. We forgot to ixnay […]
A few weeks ago, I started a new day job. For eight hours a day, I am plugged into a computer working with data. This pays the bills but is a very monotonous task. The office sounds are mostly white noise and the sounds of fingers tapping keys on keyboards.
To drown out these perpetual sounds, […]
Stainless steel is a versatile material used in many different applications from cooking and eating utensils to outdoor decorations. This alloy is very popular because it does not rust or corrode as easily as ordinary steel.
Blomus has fabricated many attractive uses with stainless steel including stainless steel paper towel holders and blomus stainless steel vases. […]
Blu-ray players have only been available to the public for only a few years. Like all emerging technology, they were very expensive and only desired by early adopters and enthusiasts. The first players were boxy and unattractive with an even more unattractive $1800 price tag.
The HD format war ensued between Blu-ray and HD DVD, but […]