Archive for November 2009
This holiday keepsake makes the perfect gift for the collector in the family. The crystal christmas tree tree holds a limited edition handcrafted and hand-painted Masterpiece Edition sculpture within.
Playing familiar holiday tunes with the train rolling around the village brings the spirit of the season and warm greetings to the sculpture. The treetopper is silver […]
Click the Play button to hear my current favorite local radio ad:
19th Annual Thundercloud Subs Turkey Trot
Recorded from 101.5 KROX FM on 2009-11-19 with a Mambo Clamp.
“Good morning, Austin! How’s everybody doing this morning?
At the Thundercloud Subs Turkey Trot, it doesn’t matter how you go.
I’ll be running most of the way.
I’m running as hard […]
Netbooks are the perfect combination of mobility and adequate computing power for people on the go. They are also very affordable and can satisfy your light computing needs like browsing the web, email, tweeting, or word processing.
An Acer netbook is currently on sale online for less than $240 with free shipping. Equipped with an Intel […]
Austin commercial still and video photographer Dan Herron launched a couple sites this year that display his incredible talents. If you’re searching for some excellent high-quality, royalty-free stock photography of Austin Texas, then click over to HerronStock.com for some of the best photography of the city. Everything from the Austin skyline to notable landmarks fill […]
If you are interested in preserving your wealth by adding to your existing portfolio, then investing in gold coins and bullion is a step in the right direction. Precious metals play an important role in an investor’s portfolio.
Gold has been considered valuable for thousands of years and still hold its place. The economic threats facing […]