iPhone 6s – Prince Oseph 419 Scam
Oct27

iPhone 6s – Prince Oseph 419 Scam

Does somebody want to transfer millions of dollars into your account? Did you meet a new person on a dating site who’s asking you for money? Did you get an email from Price Osef promising you many of millions of currency? If it sounds to good to be true – well you know the rest. For those of you who would like a good laugh check out 419eater.com a website dedicated to scamming the scammers. Warning don’t click the...

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Zombies, Run! iPhone – Android Running App
Mar07

Zombies, Run! iPhone – Android Running App

Next time you see a group of runners hurdling cars and pushing pedestrians aside…. You will know that they are probably just on their “Zombie Interval”. This app definitely looks like a good way to add a bit of fun into your next workout. If your standard running routine needs an adrenaline boost, maybe flesh-eating zombies will do the trick. An app called Zombies, Run!, is a narrated game where real-world runners...

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Using Your Garmin GPS as a Skiing or Snowboarding Speedometer
Feb29

Using Your Garmin GPS as a Skiing or Snowboarding Speedometer

If you are a statistic junky like me and you ski or snowboard a Garmin forerunner might be your next new gadget. If you look around the net there are several Ski and Snowboard speedometers and they all have one thing in common, they are bloody expensive. Pick up a Garmin watch for $100 strap it on your wrist and head out to the mountains. Now we can get to the good part for all you stat junkies out there. Ever wonder how fast you are...

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Skype Vs. Magic Jack – Saving money on your home and long distance phone service.
Jan09

Skype Vs. Magic Jack – Saving money on your home and long distance phone service.

I’m sure that a lot of you have a home phone and maybe two or more cell phones in your house. The question of the day is – How many phones do you need? I’d have to say that I’m a fairly frugal guy. If I get a chance to save money on services or merchandise that I need, I’m all for it. A few years ago, I switched from a Telus landline service to Vonage. For those of you who don’t know what Vonage is...

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