24
February
2008

Identity Theft, Fraud Alert and Credit Monitoring

If you are unlucky enough to have your wallet stolen, it isn’t the $50 in it, it is that the thief can sell your identity on the internet to just about anyone. So, what can you do about it. First, you can place a 90 day credit alert for free, but of course every thief […]

24
February
2008

REI Deals

Hey, if you are buying lots of gear, now’s the time to do a few things. First, if you know an REI member, if you sign up this month for $20 fee, you get a 20% off for a non-sale item. So if you’ve been eyeing something that is $100, now’s the time. Also “REI […]

24
February
2008

Headphones

!>http://www.headphone.com/productphotos/small/0020331310_2560.jpg! After our most recent trip, nearly all of our earbuds have simply died. Usually, the little cable breaks, so what to do if you need a lot of these and they take abuse. “Headphones.com”:http://headphones.com has some of the best reviews I’ve seen. It is how I originally got the Etymotic ER-6i and ER-4p and […]

20
February
2008

Cracking Airport

Well, this is sure confusing, I’m trying to get an older Snow Base Airport (not the Airport Extreme) to work right. Leopard, Mac OS X 10.5 comes with a new Airport Utility v5.2 to manage the Airport Extreme but not with the older Airports (code named Snow Base). In fact, this utility is really hard […]

20
February
2008

God Dag. Kan du saga det igen

Seems like everyone who skis is Swedish sometimes, so good to know from “Speakswedish.co.uk”:http://speakswedish.co.uk some common phrases. I’ve no idea how to pronounce it, but “good day Sweden” seems like a good phrase to learn. When I was there, some other good ones are: | Swedish | English | | ja | yes | | […]

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