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Bald? Eat McDonald’s Fries

Interesting article. This is where you have to weigh your options if you are bald and want to pursue this: Hair or Health?

Your call.

Posted: February 5th, 2018
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Algorithms for the Cube?

I don’t know – I may be over-astonished by this, but Gavin walked out of his room Friday night with this in his hand.

I was a little taken aback. Tina was like ‘oh yeah, he did that earlier today, too.’

Gavin was home all day Friday, in bed. Was sick. You know, everyone’s freaking out about the flu that is going around. Thursday night he was coughing and had a fever. Friday morning it was determined that he should remain in bed. Apparently, he had the cube in his bed and since he wasn’t able to use his computer his mind went to solving. And there you go.

Posted: February 4th, 2018
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The Illusion of Beats

Most should know this already; however, an interesting read on the psychology of the Beats product. Very similar to Apple.

Good Partners.

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Posted: July 1st, 2015
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Fireworks via Drone

I’ve been eyeing the Phantom Drone for a few months now … really would be awesome with the GoPro. Came across the below video the other day, which shows you just how much this beast can change the game of photography.

Posted: July 5th, 2014
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Samsung’s New Smart Window

From this year’s CES. Awesome.

Posted: January 13th, 2012
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Smells Like …

Posted: May 29th, 2011
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Uranium Ore on Amazon.com

The Customer Reviews are certainly entertaining …

Posted: February 8th, 2011
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The Price of Ignorance

It’s a bit criminal for Best Buy to sell an HDMI cable for so much cash, but they get away with it preying upon one of the fallacies of consumerism (“you get what you pay for”) and the many customers who think the name brand is king. And this is an easy trap to set, because most consumers buying electronics and gadgets are lulled into these mindless purchases by the justification of the major cash they are usually forking out at the time – say, for a flat-screen tv with components. When you’re spending $2,000, what’s another $200? Additionally, many are simply seeing the high cost as an insurance plan for said tv/components … I mean, what could it hurt?

at Best Buy, you’ll pay $1.04 a linear inch for a Monster Cable HDMI.

at MonoPrice.com, you’ll pay $.03 a linear inch for anĀ  HDMI cable.

But HDMI technology is simply DIGITAL signal transmission. It’s binary data: 1s and 0s being sent across a wire. You will find no difference between a Gucci HDMI (or Monster) and a Radio Shack cord. Really. Get over it.

Educate yourself here, folks.

And you can donate that $144 savings to me. Just let me know how you want to pay by clicking here.

Posted: December 5th, 2010
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The Bread of Life has it’s Own Toaster

Buy your Jesus Toaster here.

Posted: September 12th, 2010
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