a few things you should know about
a hero. Warning: going to this page could make you a better person.
If you use e-mail, you have to know what you're doing.
great wines for under $10.
everyone doesn't have this FREE fax service
I don't know.
My list of over 300
music CD's, along with my rant about why CD swapping and downloading
music is OK. If you see anything you like, let
me know (don't worry, I'll leave the RIAA something in my will).
broadband for the love of pizza!
Want to know the best way
to download music from the Web? Hands down, its Limewire,
the heir apparent to Napster. Read why I think you really ought to
have this FREE program.
favorite little program is called Dave's
Search Bar. It sits quietly in your system tray and saves you time by
making it easy to search the web (just type in an item or web site and hit Enter),
access a calendar (just right-click), or any of hundreds of other time-savers.
It doesn't take up much room because it replaces your clock. I use it 50 to 100
times a day.
newsletters are worthless, but there is one that stands out: Langalist.
It's hardware and software information for everyone. It regularly receives the
highest ratings by industry magazines and is always a good use of your time. Click
Here to sign up for FREE. For 14 cents an issue, go ahead and get the PLUS
edition. It's worth every penny.
with the high cost of inkjet cartridges? Me too. I found a
place with the best prices (sometimes less than half Office Depot's), a 100%
guarantee, free shipping, no tax, and fantastic service. Really. Visit their web
site, or, better yet, call their friendly staff: 1-888-465-7765. They're open
10:00 to 7:00 EST.
best boxed chocolate values.
Grinch letter. If you're addicted to the status quo, keep away.
Feiss commercial for Apple. I have no idea why I like this so much, but
it's definitely worth seeing. Also, check out the amazing song
(called iSwitch) inspired by the commercial, and the article
photograph of Bruce, Mary Ellen, Sandra, Jason and Jessica enjoying a
tailgate party at the polo matches in Boca.
view content on my site (and all over the web) there are a few programs you really
program to uncompress files.
Acrobat Reader to view PDF files like The Grinch Letter.
Media Player for audio and video (PC only).
Plug-in to view special multimedia content.