One way to get a great deal on a product or a service online is to utilize Deal of the Day websites. They offer significant discounts on a range of items and services, and typically post each deal for 24 hours at a time. If you subscribe to these sites, you’ll get daily email updates advertising that day’s deals. This niche is over saturated though, so beware of less reputable websites, and keep in mind that most deals have expiration dates attached to them.
As technology enables us to do more we begin to feel overwhelmed with options and have the potential to end up with less. This concept is extremely relevant in the digital world of photos. Digital cameras and computers with next to infinite memory have allowed us to take photos of every moment of our lives. What can be done to enjoy and benefit from these opportunities?
I recently experienced a home burglary and through the incident I have learned a lot. Although worse things can happen, coming home to a house that has been broken into is a traumatic experience. Losing “stuff” hurts a little, but more so are the lost memories, like photos on a computer, and the lost sense of safety a home typically provides. Here are some lessons I have learned from the experience. While not exhaustive, following these tips will leave you be better prepared if your home is ever targeted. Feel free to add your tips in the comments section.
If you are anything like me, you are best motivated to keep exercising or running when you can see the progress that you have been making. Over the past year I have tried a few different websites and iPhone apps to track and analyze my runs. Here is a rundown of the best resources to track and log your runs online.
With football season starting back up strong, tailgating games are back in fashion. Some of the more popular games including Corn Hole and Ladder Ball offer a simple setup and team competition, but often lack a touch of strategy that makes another game great. A Swedish game called Kubb is set to spread like wildfire among the lawn game crowd.
The internet has also created many services that make it easier for companies to easily bring products to market at prices we like, but this low cost of entry and information overload also makes it easy for companies to find ways to scam us. More specifically, a number of scamming auction sites have popped up with offers too good to be true.
It’s always fun and beneficial to go to conferences where subject matter experts let you in on some of their secrets and how to advance in whatever you love doing. The downside of course is that conferences can cost hundreds of dollars and require days of your time. Although they still may be worth it, what if there was a place to go to get this content instantly and free?
- You can count to one billion in your lifetime assuming 3 syllables per second and 110 years of life (and doing nothing else like eating or sleeping) – my calculations.