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Pixlr Online Photo Editing - Recommended

Pixlr is an free online photo editor that works great if your not on a pc that has photo editing software or if your restricted on a company computer.

My New Touchpad and Thoughts

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Baseball Collector's Dream Site - Zistle.com

Great place to keep track of your card collections online.

Saturday, July 19, 2008

The Ultimate Guide to Firefox 3

Posted by Mary Colvig

Deb Richardson, author of the about:mozilla newsletter, has done it again! She has already graced the Mozilla Blog with wonderful explanations of Firefox 3’s AwesomeBar, and the new and improved bookmarking system. And now she has a created a comprehensive guide to all the cool new features in Firefox 3.

Check it out and remember to download Firefox 3 when it’s available on June 17th to be a part of our world record attempt!


Friday, July 18, 2008

Navigon 2100 max

I thought I would share this product that I just ordered for $199 at Costco. Right now they have a deal where it comes with the free Lifetime Traffic Service (a $99 value). I bought this to replace my Jensen NVX-225 that just went out. It would no longer hold a charge. I'll write my own little review when I receive the product and use it for a little while.

Navigon 2100 max Published on March 4th, 2008 in gps navigation, navigon


Navigon today announced NAVIGON 2100 max, a personal navigation device (PNDs) at CeBIT 2008 in Hannover, Germany to bring high end navigation features to the 2100 series line.

Navigon 2100 max include a 4.3″ screen, spoken driving directions via text to speech, and of course the brand exclusive Reality View, which provides 3D guidance around freeway intersections.

What Navigon also announced today with the release of 2100 max and 2120 max was the FreshMaps service. FreshMaps provides up to 12 map and POI updates in three years which normally costs $80 if you buy it directly.

The Navigon 2100 max comes with maps of the continental U.S. and will cost $300

Other features we haven’t mentioned include:

  • DirectHelp: access to directions and phone numbers of emergency services
    Lane Assistant: lane guidance to assist drivers in making the correct upcoming maneuver
  • Automatic Speed Warnings: indicates posted speed limit and notifies driver with visual and verbal warnings
  • Route Planning: allows users to plot a route with multiple waypoints

In addition you can add Navigon’s life time real time traffic updates for $100, and Zagat survey ratings and reviews for $40.

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