I have Photoshop and use Photoshop….when I have to. Not being a professional designer, the learning curve for that software can be frustrating. It’s not particularly intuitive for beginner or even novices to image editing. With that in mind, I went looking for a little more accessible resources as I’ve had some needs for logoContinue reading “Free Logos and Photos for All!”
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Zip Code Map
This site has stagnated a bit with the kids not evaluating products very much. With the current Corona Virus isolation and ensuing boredom, we might put out some posts to reinvigorate the concept. In the mean time, I wanted to share a resource that I’ve just launched as a result of a coding class I’mContinue reading “Zip Code Map”
The Sun Burns at 10,340 degrees Fahrenheit. Use That Power To Cool Your Cokes.
Here’s a product that will blow your mind. A cooler powered by the Sun. Fittingly, the company is called GoSun. GoSun is almost closing its IndieGoGo campaign. You know ia good product when it raises 3,672% of its goal. The GoSun Chill is a battery powered cooler that doesn’t require any ice. The kicker isContinue reading “The Sun Burns at 10,340 degrees Fahrenheit. Use That Power To Cool Your Cokes.”
You Might Want to Buy a Sleeping Bag with Integrated Pad
We can put a man on the moon, but we can’t buy a sleeping pad with a built in pad? This can be said No More! But it ain’t cheap folks, and it’s a lot harder if you live in the United States. Memorial day is here, which typically is the opening weekend for campingContinue reading “You Might Want to Buy a Sleeping Bag with Integrated Pad”
Ditch the Key Chain With this Compact, Handy Multi-Tool.
I hate my massive pile of keys. These guys have solved this with style and lots of other useful stuff to create a really sharp and good looking key Multi-Tool. Not too much more to say. This is sharp! Their store at Amazon is here: https://amzn.to/2LAlTXT The “How it Works Video is Below:
Only Buy One of These Snorkels, and the Kids Will Fight Over It. So Better Buy None or Enough for All Them.
When you go to the “About Us” section of our web page, you’ll see Sam wearing a Subea Snorkel. We bought it at Decathlon in Nanning, China. I also bought 18 pairs of underwear at that store for $2.50/ea, but that’s a different story for a different time. These Snorkels are fantastic. Really easy toContinue reading “Only Buy One of These Snorkels, and the Kids Will Fight Over It. So Better Buy None or Enough for All Them.”
And You Thought it Snowed a Lot this Winter? Not as Much as 1888.
In 1888, no one had radar or weather forecasts. Nothing told families spread out across the prairie that weather would be turning for the worse or if precipitation was incoming. On January 12, 1888, the northern plains of Minnesota, Dakotas and Nebraska experienced unseasonably warm weather. People flocked outside to work on outdoor projects afterContinue reading “And You Thought it Snowed a Lot this Winter? Not as Much as 1888.”
Truman: A Less Than Famous President With an Infamous Legacy
Missouri born and bred, Harry S. Truman led a long and interesting life. Mostly known as the president who sent the order to drop atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in order to put an end to World War II, Truman’s life is a fascinating narration of the American life transitioning from the 19th intoContinue reading “Truman: A Less Than Famous President With an Infamous Legacy”
How to Get Into Re-Chargeable Batteries for Under $50 (Including Batteries)….and You’ll Actually Use Them.
“I’ve tried getting into re-chargeable batteries before,” you’ll say. You already agree that the concept is a good one. The problem is actually using them. The other problem is where to keep the darn charger! Re-Chargeable Battery Charger That Plugs Into the Wall! It’s amazing to me that it’s taken this long to just makeContinue reading “How to Get Into Re-Chargeable Batteries for Under $50 (Including Batteries)….and You’ll Actually Use Them.”
The Rise of the Russian Oligarchy and an American’s Journey Throughout It All
A few years after the fall of the Berlin wall, Boris Yeltsin became president of an independent Russia. His administration pursued a policy of converting government owned enterprises into privately, yet publicly owned companies. Russia issued “privatization vouchers” to citizens as ownership in these converted state-owned businesses. Typical Russians, however, had no experience or knowledgeContinue reading “The Rise of the Russian Oligarchy and an American’s Journey Throughout It All”