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You too can be a "Layaway Santa"
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11/28/2012   Post a comment
I think this is a jolly good idea, and that any of us with a few extra dollars in our pockets should think seriously about spreading a little cheer.
Thinking about Gift Cards? Think again!
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11/28/2012   3 comments
I'm not sure if all of these issues are true in every case, but I will absolutely be reading the fine print before shelling out any more of my hard-earned cash.
These made me chuckle...
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11/7/2012   19 comments
I was reading the 12/12 issue of Reader's Digest yesterday evening, and I spotted a couple of gems I wanted to share...
SparkFun to host "Introduction to Arduino" workshop
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11/7/2012   5 comments
Attendees will receive a SparkFun Inventor's Kit and will be introduced to hands-on skills for programming their very own electronics.
How to protect kids using iPods/iPads?
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11/5/2012   15 comments
My friend Richard has three young iPod/iPad using daughters whom he wishes to protect from the negative influences one can find on the Internet.
There *is* a man in the moon!
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11/2/2012   5 comments
The more you look at the moon, the more there is to see, and the more your mind turns to philosophical musings and meditations.
Lattice Semiconductor's stars are shining brightly
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11/2/2012   7 comments
Lattice could be on the brink of something big – taking programmable devices into places they have not been seen before…


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