Cars

Some Pics Of My Ride

My current ride is a 2003 Acura RSX. I purchased this car brand new from Lougheed Acura in Coquitlam. With not even 50KM on it, I started modifying the car because I can’t leave well enough alone. The first mods were new wheels and tires. I still have the original wheels and tires in the garage. I was going to […]

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Cars

600HP 2008 Viper – When In Doubt, Add More Power

There is an old saying in the automotive world that say you should add more power when you don’t know what upgrades to make for the next model year. In the case of the Dodge Viper team, they actually have a very good reason to increase the power of their Viper to 600HP. Ever since Chevy introduced the Z06 Corvette […]

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The Net

YouTube hosts New Year’s Eve Bash

In another sign that the Internet has taken over everything in our lives, video sharing site YouTube will host its first ever Year Year’s Eve Countdown. The video sharing Web site now owned by Google is teaming up with Warner Music Group to produce the first-ever YouTube New Year’s Eve Countdown. The promotion, which is sponsored by Chevrolet, will celebrate […]

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Ramblings The Net

How The Google Boys Get Around

They say one of the first thing new billionaires buy when they reach billionaire status is a private jet. For Google co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page, a normal jet just wouldn’t do. No, they had to buy a Boeing 767 so they can have some elbow room. The custom jet (pictured above) was recently spotted at Christchurch Airport in […]

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Ramblings The Net

When Microsoft Wants To Bribe You

News is all over the Blogsphere that Microsoft is offering free Ferrari laptops for bloggers to review Windows Vista. Well known bloggers, like Darren Rowse, have been receiving the following email. I’d love to send you a loaded Ferrari 1000 courtesy of Windows Vista and AMD. Are you interested? This would be a review machine, so I’d love to hear […]

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The Net

PayPerPost Buys Performancing – Part Of It Anyway

TechCrunch is reporting that PayPerPost, the company that stirred up a lot of controversy when it launched, is buying the Performancing blog network. At first it was reported that PayPerPost wanted the perfromancing ad network only. However, the company press release shows that is not the case. Through its purchase PayPerPost gains a number of powerful blogger support tools including […]

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The Net

The Holiday Traffic Drop

A few people have asked why the blog RSS readership dropped below 1,000 over the Christmas holiday. The answer should be pretty obvious, but for the new webmasters experiencing their first holiday on the Internet, it may seem like a crash. The holidays are only financially good for retailers and E-tailers. It’s not good for content based sites, which is […]

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Technology The Net

PayPal Shows Off Virtual Debit Card

Now this is a neat idea! PayPal is sending a select group of members to try out the Beta launch of PayPal Virtual Debit Card. What is a virtual debit card? You can use PayPal Virtual Debit Card when making online purchases anywhere MasterCard is accepted. PayPal Virtual Debit Card generates a virtual card number each time you make a […]

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