From a knowledgeable source…
Vitamin D3 – 2000 IU per day with food. Avoid taking with multivitamin (some thoughts that Vitamin A interferes with absorption).
Lovaza (prescription Omega 3 fatty acid) – 1g / day with food or OTC omega 3 fatty acids. Read the back of the label and be mindful how many capsules […]
After really enjoying our dirt bikes for a few years, last summer we decided to invest more in our new hobby and took a leap in getting something the whole family would enjoy… a camper trailer!
We shopped around for a few months, and finally decided on a used 2007 Redline 230FSE […]
I’ve never been a huge Ducati fan. Well, I always admired them for their power and aggressive design, but since I’m not much of a crotch rocket guy, I never gave them much thought.
This changed though recently after visiting a local Ducati dealership (I was there ordering a part for my Yamaha […]
This app is VERY freakin’ cool. Can’t wait till it comes out for Windows Phone. Meanwhile, I might need to dust off my old iPhone so I can give it a whirl.
Introducing Microsoft Photosynth
Who says that you can’t get a beautiful, ultra-thin, and high performing laptop for the Windows platform? Kudos to Samsung for busting this one out.
I am writing these words on an extremely thin and stylish, but very light, laptop made of metal. Despite its slender body, it has a full-size screen and keyboard, […]
This is so awesome… Using Visual Design to communicate complex information for important, timely topics. So often we see cool graphics for things that don’t really matter, except perhaps to some niche.
The federal budget, spending, and deficit is something that everyone should pay attention too and understand better. I applaud this groups effort […]
Funny article outlining Snow Leopards upgrade problems, and singing praises for Win7…
Quoted: In a phrase, Windows 7 is darn good… very good. A huge congratulations to the dev team in Redmond — Well done! In fact… very well done!
Quoted: You’d think that Apple would learn from Microsoft’s stumble with Vista […]
Wow. Awesome article.
Quoted: After using pre-release versions of Windows 7 for nine months, and intensively testing the final version for the past month on many different machines, I believe it is the best version of Windows Microsoft has produced. It’s a boost to productivity and a pleasure to use. Despite a […]
A good article in Wired about Windows 7… surprisingly positive (not that Win7 is undeserving ;-). Some of my favorite quotes…
Microsoft delivers a slickly designed, vastly improved OS that will warp you to the world of today. This upgrade is big, and it’s hugely recommended for Microsoft users.
Everything from the typography […]
Here is another article about how Windows seems to be in a pattern of staggered successes and failures. Granted this pattern is based on only two cycles, it would be awesome if Windows8 put an end to any such speculation.
For whatever reason, there’s a pattern with releases of new "improved" versions of Windows […]
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