Archive | January, 2010

Top Cute Kitchen Utensils

31. January 2010

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Tweet The following are some wonderful examples of cutensils. What’s a cutensil you say? Cutensil (kyoo.TEN.sul) n. A kitchen implement or other utensil with a cute design Didn’t know that too until very recently heh. Check some of these out, they’re bound to make cooking even more fun: 1. Mr. Potato Kitchen Utensils & Tools [...]

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Old Mad TV Apple iPad Skit

28. January 2010

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Tweet Seems like Mad TV got it right with the iPad name a few years ago, and now the video will just get even funnier. Tags: funnier, iPad, mad tv, name, right, video

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Apple Announces Giant iPhone

27. January 2010

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Tweet Apple just announced the release of the iPad, I mean, the giant iPhone. It’s whole lot bigger than the iPhone, but it runs iPhone apps natively. It also comes with 3G capabilities, a microphone, headphone jack, and speakerphone? I bet it won’t be long before someone figures out how to use Skype or some [...]

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eBay’s New Pricing

26. January 2010

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Tweet Looks like eBay’s making more changes to their pricing again. This will be interesting, and I’ll dare say there’ll be a whole new slew of $0.99 auctions. What this definitely means is that eBay will get more listings, and because it gets a cut of the final value fees, the more auctions that close [...]

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How To Reset The MySQL Root User Password and Privileges

26. January 2010

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Tweet Problem: I was developing using PHPMyAdmin when I added a new root user (with a host value of %), and removed the rights of the default root user. When you do that, you’ll get a gut-wrenching feel that you just made a huge boo-boo, find that suddenly everything will not work, and kick yourself [...]

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Razer Orochi Bluetooth Mouse Review (For MacBook Pro & Windows)

23. January 2010

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Tweet I was a Windows user for almost 20 years. First with MS-DOS, and progressing till Windows XP, I decided to make the switch to a Mac, and with it, made the choice to go completely wireless with my keyboard and mouse. At first, I decided to keep it all under one roof and get [...]

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Tweeting with TweetDeck and HootSuite?

23. January 2010

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Tweet I’ve recently gotten more active with tweeting, and I’m trying out twitter clients such as TweetDeck and HootSuite. I think they’re great ideas, and what they’re doing currently is great. What I found was that the two applications were pretty similar. TweetDeck is a Rich Internet Application built on Adobe AIR, which allows it [...]

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