Ramblings

Really Expensive Gas Prices

It was a beautiful day so I decided to take a drive and test out the new Garmin Nuvi 360 GPS. While it’s great to use the Garmin in Toronto, it’s better from a testing standpoint to test it in your own city. This way you can tell how good it’s routing really is. My car was extremely low on […]

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Blogging Online The Net

John Chow dot Com – PageRank 6

Google started their PageRank update yesterday and it looks like this blog is jumping two spots – from PR4 to PR6! A check of 72 Google data centers shows John Chow dot Com at PR6 with 19 of them. Updates to the remaining data centers should be complete in the next few days. The higher PageRank just made this blog […]

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Ramblings

This Is One Happy Blogger

Nate Whitehill, of Nate Whitehill dot Com, sent over this photo of the Nintendo Wii he won from our last blog contest. The Wii contest was sponsored by promotional pens maker, 1234Pens.com. I see that Nate got some bonus pens in addition to the Wii. My bet is Nate will give away the pens as part of his blog promotion […]

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Cars Videos

Now This Is A Police Car

Now why can’t the Vancouver Police get anything like this? I think the only non-sedan police car they have is some riced out Honda Civic. I wonder if the police officers in the station fight over who get to drives this car? Source: Nafurai

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Ramblings

Honey! I’m Home!

Man, it feels good to be back home! Don’t get me wrong, visiting Toronto, Montreal and Quebec was great. However, there really is nothing quite like home. I really enjoyed my first trip to center of universe. It reminded me a lot of LA because of the 20 lane highways. We don’t have anything like that in Vancouver, thank God! […]

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The Net Wordpress

You Got To Love That WordPress Timestamp

Right now, as you’re reading this, I’m about to land back in Vancouver. I have set this post to go live at 8:00PM PST on Sunday night using the WordPress Timestamp feature. I first wrote about the Timestamp back in March but I haven’t truly experience how great a feature it is until I went traveling to Montreal and Quebec […]

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