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Gibberish Changes in 2014

Gibberish Changes in 2014

I’ve been really lucky this year to have the opportunity to write more frequently. I attribute part of this to the support I receive from Sedagive?, giving up StarCraft 2 and the jobs I’ve been taking lately, including my current full-time job. My quality of life has been on the rise, and I hope it […]

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TekTok Generic High Output Dual USB Port Car Charger Review

TekTok Generic High Output Dual USB Port Car Charger Review

If you need to charge a tablet in your car or charge more than one device at a time, this El Cheapo charger from TekTok or any other number of fly-by-night generic no-name manufacturers is a really good deal.

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Samsung Galaxy Qi Wireless Charging Pad Review

Samsung Galaxy Qi Wireless Charging Pad Review

The 2013 version of the Nexus 7 (Nexus 7.2) Android tablet has many advantages over its predecessor. It’s thinner, more powerful, has longer battery life, etc. One thing I’ve come to love about it is support for the Qi wireless inductive power standard, which allows you to charge devices without plugging them in. We have […]

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AmazonBasics Wall Charger with USB Outlet (2.1 Amp Output) Review

AmazonBasics Wall Charger with USB Outlet (2.1 Amp Output) Review

My 2013 Nexus 7 tablet has wireless charging (Qi), and I was anxious to try it out. The micro USB port of Sedagive?’s Galaxy Nexus phone has started to deteriorate from use, and my original Android phone (HTC Droid Incredible) will stop charging if I wiggle the cord just right. I purchased a Qi-compatible charging […]

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Amazon Ends “Amazon Associates” Affiliate Program for Minnesota

Amazon Ends “Amazon Associates” Affiliate Program for Minnesota

I got an email from Amazon’s affiliate program (Amazon Associates) this morning with a list of changes to the terms and conditions. The most notable was that the program will be terminated for Minnesota as of July 1, 2013. This is a big deal to me since I live in Minnesota and I’m an Amazon […]

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Start Learn Master: Three Blades for Double Edge Safety Razor Shaving

Start Learn Master: Three Blades for Double Edge Safety Razor Shaving

I love shaving. I would have never said that before I started using a double edge safety razor and taking better care of my skin. I love learning about shaving supplies and techniques, and I love building my skill level. I also love the personalized aspect of traditional shaving — everyone’s skin and facial hair […]

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Music You Need to Own: SkyWorld by Two Steps From Hell
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Music You Need to Own: SkyWorld by Two Steps From Hell

Music You Need to Own is a segment where I like an album so much I put my money where my mouth is and buy it for one lucky reader. Two Steps From Hell is the name of a musical group comprising of Nick Phoenix and Thomas J. Bergersen. They have made a TON of […]

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Mayday Games Magnum Ultra-Fit Copper 65 MM X 100 MM Card Sleeve Review

Mayday Games Magnum Ultra-Fit Copper 65 MM X 100 MM Card Sleeve Review

I recently purchased the card game 7 Wonders. The cards in that game are sized differently than most games. The 7 Wonders cards are taller and a little wider than, say, Magic the Gathering cards or the cards found in Quarriors, etc. I searched Amazon for cards that would fit 7 Wonders, and I found […]

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Nivea Sensitive Skin Shaving Lotion Review

Nivea Sensitive Skin Shaving Lotion Review

Shaving removes a layer (or several layers) of skin from your body. This is unavoidable and is a by-product of getting a close shave. Even if your pre-shave preparation and shaving technique helps you avoid or eliminate nicks or “razor burn,” you may still have dry itchy skin after a shave. Another culprit for dry […]

Wusthof Come-Apart Kitchen Shears Review

Wusthof Come-Apart Kitchen Shears Review

Earlier in the year I bought a Crowd Cut coupon to sharpen ten knives. If I hustled, I could get a free set of Wusthof kitchen shears. Big deal, I thought. We already had a set of kitchen scissors, and they were heavy and sturdy and manly enough. We also snipped up pieces of used […]

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