Technology

The Coolest SD Memory Card Ever

During their party at the 2007 Consumer Electronics Show, OCZ Technology gave me two gifts. One of them was the OCZ Roadster, the world’s smallest USB 2.0 Flash Drive, which was given away and won by Stephen De Chellis of HMTKSteve in a blog contest. The other gift OCZ gave me, which I haven’t talked about yet, is their new […]

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The Net

Stand Out From The Crowd With A Favicon

Quite a few readers have requested I made a favicon for this blog so it can be found easier among their maze of the bookmarks. A favicon is a little image icon to help identify a site. If a site lacks a favicon.ico file, then the default icon of the web browser is used. The majority of sites and blogs […]

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The Net

Technorati WTF Digg Clone

I just saw over at TechCrunch that Technorati has started a Digg like clone site call Technorati WTF. The WTF stands for “Where’s The Fire.” However, as soon as they launched it, Technorati unlaunched it or took it down for maintenance. Technorati WTF is supposed to provide users with a way to submit stories that are hot, or on fire. […]

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The Net

Setting The Preferred Domain

Most websites can be reached with two addresses. One address has the www in it, like http://www.johnchow.com, while the other address has the www missing; http://johnchow.com. From a SEO standpoint, it is better to pick one domain format and stick with it. This way you don’t have Google giving separate PageRank for two URLs that point to the same page. […]

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Fine Dining

Dine Out Vancouver – Raincity Grill

The Wine Keeps Getting More Expensive! I know many of you just had dinner so I figure this would be a great time to post my newest Dine Out Vancouver experience. It will make you either more hungry or more upset because your dinner may not be as good as the one I had. You can blame my evil side […]

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Ramblings Technology

How Do You Copy & Paste With That?

I recently received a dose of “Man, how the times have changed.” Ashley asked me how I uses to write a letter before computers and printers. I told her I used a typewriter and explained to her to what it was and how it worked. After the explanation, she asked me a question only a person of her generation could […]

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Videos

Wedding Thriller Dance

Being a child of the 80’s I will be the first to admit that I knew every single dance step to Thriller and if I was at this wedding, not only would I be right in the middle of it, I’ll be leading it! Enjoy the video. It’s sure to bring back some old memories for some of you. Maybe […]

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Ramblings

Someday Never Comes

Giving Yourself An Out Do you know how to tell a successful person from a unsuccessful one? The easiest way is by the language they use. When you talk to a successful person about his goals, he’ll tell you what he plans to do and when it will be done. When an unsuccessful person talks about his goals (assuming he […]

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