Reminders via RSS

What kind of reminder do you use to remember a task you need to get done? With all the electronics around us everyday, the humble Post-It note reminder is being replaced with reminders in mobile phones, online calendars, and even a simple alarm on a wristwatch. Online services — such as Remember The Milk — […]

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Scam Your Way at a Restaurant

Another week, another educational episode of Scam School (subscribe) with Brian Brushwood. Don’t let the word ‘educational’ throw you off though! This isn’t some kids show in an afternoon time slot. This is an adventure through social engineering in which you’ll see bar tricks, scams, street cons, and learn how they’re done too! These scams […]

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MLB All-Star Vs Army on PS3

Major League Baseball (MLB) wrapped up its 19th annual All-Star FanFest in St. Louis yesterday. All that is possibly jargon to anyone that lives outside the United States — like myself. Therefore, I’m going go quickly fill you in. (If you’re American, you can skip the next few paragraphs). Last summer, I was traveling the […]

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MVM: Lady Gaga’s Art

Happy Monday, Viddlerers! I’ve mentioned before that you can find art everywhere. Michael Jackson revolutionized the concept of music videos all the way back in 1983 with his Thriller music video that has a runtime of 13:43. It cost a total of US$500,000[1] to create and that was a lot of money those days especially […]

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12-Inches of Chile Hot Dog

Food and travel. Personally, I don’t think there’s anything better than a combination of those two activities. Yes, eating is the verb for food. No Reservations continues its fifth season with episode 11 being broadcast on the Travel Channel tomorrow night in the U.S. In this episode Anthony Bourdain discovers hot dogs a foot in […]

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Jam to Jamble

Advancements in technology has allowed DJs to be more sophisticated with their music these days. Not only can they use CDs and LPs on their turntables, but the addition of a computer (generally a notebook such as a MacBook) has made available beats and mixes virtually unlimited! With all that expensive equipment the cost of […]

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Mostly Nintendo Canada

When I was a kid… Let me rephrase: During the late 1990s the popular gaming consoles were Sega and Nintendo. I had a Sega Mega-Drive and my best friend had a Super Nintendo. We’d play them all the time at each other’s houses — when we weren’t outside looking for lizards and spiders under the […]

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Find Your Motivation!

No matter what your goals may be it can  sometimes be hard to find the motivation you need to reach them. If you aspire to own the New York Jets one day or just make people happy, then you just need to do what you do best to meet those goals. Generally, it’s best to […]

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The Oak Monster Guest-Hosts WLTV #700!

Did everyone have a rad 7th of July? I can’t even begin to explain how awesome it was. Sure, it was sad watching Michael Jackson’s funeral, but nevertheless a great day! In preparation for episode 700 of Wine Library TV (subscribe), Gary thought really deep about what kind of thunder to bring to this momentous […]

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