Archive for March 2010
Furthering your education and skills by earning an online degree may be the best move if you have realized that a better job is what you need. If you feel like you have hit a dead end with your current employment or want to seek something new and more fulfilling, then you might consider enrolling […]
Vinyl fanatics and archive enthusiasts can preserve their vinyl collections with a USB turntable from Innovative Technology. Digitizing your records will allow you to transfer your files to your favorite MP3 player and also add them to your existing digital collection.
The wave of the future has arrived where collectors are converting their vinyl records, cassettes, […]
For dinner tonight, Mare made a tasty Italian dish that she named Capellini with Pancetta and Grape Tomatoes.
She started by sauteing London’s Best red pepper flakes in extra virgin olive oil. Then she added some minced garlic and a finely-chopped yellow onion. The pancetta was chopped up and added followed by the grape tomatoes. The […]
Every time I browse hard drives, I keep finding them on sale for less with more disk space. When investing in large storage devices, I only trust Western Digital to provide me with reliable solutions.
Western Digital’s popular line of Caviar hard drives has added energy-efficient models within the past few years. They use less power […]
In 2009, McDonald’s aired a television commercial featuring a Big Mouth Billy Bass-type character named Frankie the Fish. This “copyfish” sang an annoying jingle to a Casio keyboard-quality tune and made its way into our heads like a parasite.
With Lent going on right now, many restaurants have brought back their fish, shrimp, and seafood menu […]
The world of portable electronics keeps shrinking… literally. If you like to travel around with your netbook and require an easy way to get data off it to either share with someone or print something off, then the Kingston 4GB DataTraveler mini slim USB flash drive on sale for $10 is calling your name.
USB flash […]
I just checked my [email protected] stats, and I just reached 4 million points today. w00t! I’ve been folding since 2001, and points did not accumulate very quickly until multi-core processors surfaced. Typical work units will earn around 150-250 points each, but the ones I usually fold now will earn almost 2000 points each. Those numbers […]