Tag: recommended

MTM AC11 Heavy Duty Plastic Lockable Ammo Storage Can Review

MTM AC11 Heavy Duty Plastic Lockable Ammo Storage Can Review

Minnesota (and several other states) has legal requirements to secure firearms and ammunition from children under the age of 18. This means that guns and ammo have to be locked up in a reasonable fashion. We participate in professional firearms training about ten times a year, with trips to the range, “bonus events” and check-out […]

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DCI Plug Out Cord Management Organizer Review

DCI Plug Out Cord Management Organizer Review

I have a ton of cords near my nightstand. This is partly because I’m a geek and partly because of my job. I have four Android devices on the nightstand plus my lamp. When I was helping out the iOS team I had an iPhone and an iPad charger as well. It looked like a […]

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Bounce to 8-Bit Music by Evan Pattison – a Review of Neptune

Bounce to 8-Bit Music by Evan Pattison – a Review of Neptune

I like showcasing music from regional artists, or from genres some of my readers may not be familiar with. I’ve even gone so far as putting my money where my mouth is — I’ve given away several singles, EPs, and full-length albums. This time, however, one of my friends and long-time readers DigitalChris was the […]

Posted in: link and run, music
Pyle Pro PMHM2 Omni-directional Headset Microphone Review

Pyle Pro PMHM2 Omni-directional Headset Microphone Review

I use Skype most of the time when I make phone calls from home. I may be working from home, or playing online games with my friends. In either case, I use the Monoprice 8323 over the ear headphones to hear what’s going on. This headset doesn’t have a microphone. For awhile I used an […]

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Schulte 24 Can Beverage Dispenser Review

Schulte 24 Can Beverage Dispenser Review

We drink a lot of La Croix sparkling water, which comes in typical soda-sized cans. We buy La Croix by the case from Costco, and we’ve been known to have several cases of the beverage on top of each other in our three season porch. While that’s straightforward from a storage perspective, it led to […]

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Man With the Iron Fists Movie Review Spoilers Inside

Man With the Iron Fists Movie Review Spoilers Inside

Ah! Tiger stance! I heard this phrase over thirty years ago, watching Kung Fu movies with my sister, who has long since passed on. In an effort to avoid the screaming and yelling of my parents, we would shut ourselves in her upstairs bedroom and watch martial arts or Godzilla movies around a 13-inch television. […]

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Art of Shaving Unscented Pre-Shave Oil Review

Art of Shaving Unscented Pre-Shave Oil Review

I wrote about my method for preparing for a double edge razor shave before. I believe that the most important part of a good, close, safe and comfortable shave is the preparation before you put your blade to your face. As time has passed and I’ve tried a few different blade and razor combinations, I […]

Public Service Announcement: Get Primal EP from Glitch Mob Member Ooah

Public Service Announcement: Get Primal EP from Glitch Mob Member Ooah

Josh “Ooah” Mayer of amazing musical group Glitch Mob has released a four track EP entitled Get Primal. This short and sweet four track EP is very close to Glitch Mob, but not quite as cinematic. I think Ooah (and LoBounce, the EP’s collaborator) sounds more like Glitch Mob meets Knife Party, in itself a […]

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Every Man Jack Post Shave Face Lotion Review

Every Man Jack Post Shave Face Lotion Review

Most people think that shaving removes just the hair from your body. If you’re getting a close shave, however, you are also removing some of the skin as well. Removing too much skin is one way that people get “razor burn,” or skin irritation. The other common way to irritate the skin or encourage infected […]

Posted in: fitness & grooming
Gravity Burst – an Ascending Empires Clone for Android OS First Impressions

Gravity Burst – an Ascending Empires Clone for Android OS First Impressions

I own Ascending Empires, a board game that pits up to four players against each other in a race to dominate the galaxy. The game requires a mix of tactical thinking and dexterity, as players move their spaceships around by flicking them with their fingers. I am in the process of writing up my feelings […]

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