22
February
2012

Us news meta ratings

They actually do a nice meta review. Here are the current 2012 models. The ones to try are the ford fiesta and fusion. Honda fit The Hyundai elantra and sonata The Audi a3 and a4 Volkswagen. Gti Small Cars Ford Fiesta ranks #1 in Affordable Small Cars Affordable Small Cars Generally priced under $20,000. #1 […]

20
February
2012

Swimming in social networks

As just about everything I adding social networks and checkins and so forth in literally drowning in all the feeds. So here’s richs list of how I at least divide them and here’s a stack of what I did useful… Tongfamily.com. This Site. I use mainly for posting reviews of in depth areas such as […]

14
February
2012

Transferring contacts from Google contacts to iCloud

We’ve been finding Google calendar is working great with the iPhone, but Google contacts is pretty unstable. Doesn’t sync all the time and for me will often completely reset and start downloading if you make too many changes. Google doesn’t seem like its going to make it much priority to fix, so the solution is […]

11
February
2012

Life before Apple TV

Well, before Apple revolutionizes the TV business with whatever it is (can you believe BTW that Apple is up almost $100 a share since Steve’s passing and it worth more than Google and Microsoft combined now), what can you do to make actually using your home theater easier, here is what I’ve found: The new […]

07
February
2012

Skis and things

Ok, the season is nearing its end, so now is a good time to pick up some dribs and drabs. The good news is that the tremendous innovation in skiing seems to be ending. There are now all kinds of reverse camber skis out there, so seems like a good time to buy. Also for […]

06
February
2012

Raising prices

The economy must be getting better as some folks seem to be raising prices relentlessly. These include: Chinesepod. They have been a great service for learning, but I’ve had them for three years and every year there is a 50% plus price increase. Now they are up to $120 a year and I have to […]

04
February
2012

Realistic Simulation

I used to love Call of Dutry because it seemed so realistic, but today with bunny hopping, running and gunning, it isn’t close to the first games I played when simulation of real stuff was the fascination. Although boring by today’s standards, the original F-16 simulation (you can still get it open source), F-15 Eagle, […]

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