Archive for May 2008

Here are all the posts written in 2008 May.

The Solar Charger from Solio

Award-winning, compact and versatile – Solio stores power from the sun or socket; freeing you to recharge your mobile phone, iPod and other handheld devices anywhere, anytime. A fully charged Solio will recharge the average phone up to two times, or give you up to 15 hours of MP3 music. Solio’s intelligent internal circuitry and […]

Own a business ? Be a good boss

Owning a business means people are working for you. If you want people to work their best you gotta be a good boss and I tend to be one. This means listening to them whenever they have to say something, understanding their problems and of course making a small present on their birthday. You don’t […]

Canon Compact iP100 Mobile Printer

Today’s mobile professional has more pressure than ever to be able to conduct business almost anywhere. The rugged, compact iP100 Mobile Printer delivers remarkable quality and print-anywhere portability. It affords users the ability to print beautiful borderless color photos from the car or even at the beach. Its patented print head technology and 5-color ink […]

My Wildest Vacation so far

One of the best vacations I had so far was in Chicago. Why I really liked it is because of the Segway tour. Trusted Tours & Attractions offers these tours for only $70. I managed to see The Field Museum, the Shedd Aquarium and Oceanarium, the Adler Planetarium, the Grant and the Millenium Parks and […]

What type of hosting do you prefer ?

Today I want to talk to you about hosting and which one is best for you. Hosting is a service that allows you to put your website on the internet. After you have thought of a name for your website and registered the domain name, the next step is to find a web hosting service […]

Egyptians knew Internet Explorer would SUCK

Around 5000 years ago the ancient Egyptians established an extraordinary and enduring civilisation. The original pyramids serve as a testament to the mathematical skill of the Egyptians, a skill that stimulated Greek mathematicians, including Pythagoras, to perfect their work. The Great Pyramid, built by Khufu (Cheops) in 2550 BC, for example, stands an impressive 46m […]

WiFi Finder Plus – Search for Wireless Networks Without Turning On Your Laptop

We all know what a pain can be to search for a wireless network to connect while on the run somewhere. Not to mention that you will also lose some battery while turning on your laptop and search for a wireless network. This is where Kensington’s WiFi Finder Plus comes in handy. The convenient, one-button […]

Ubanana Water Resistant MP3 Player

There’s certainly no shortage of waterproof gadgets out there for you to take along on your next swimming or diving adventure, but if you still haven’t found an MP3 player that meets your needs, you may want to consider Ubanana’s new uCan device, which is at least a tad better looking than some of the […]

Urban Myths Exposed

According to these are five of the most repeated urban myths. 1. You accidentally swallow about eight spiders a year in your sleep Why it’s not true: Spiders have a natural instinct to stay alive and crawling into the heavy-breathing hot, wet mouths of animals goes strongly against this. Who started it: Back in […]

Google Calendar – Free SMS Text Reminder

We all have important meetings to go to, birthdays or other miscellaneous stuff we don’t want to forget. Using Google Calendar you can get free SMS Text Reminders directly to your phone. Maybe a lot of you use it and receive email reminders. But not everybody can check their email 24/7. To set up SMS […]