Archive for August, 2011

I created a Free Sign for a giveaway

August 27th, 2011

Basically I had something that I put at the end of the driveway that I wanted to give away. You have to put a ‘FREE’ sign on it so people know that they can take it. I know that the max, select-able font size is 72. I found out that I can edit the font size to anything I desire. So I made a couple at 150 font… and now I am sharing.

Really it’s just a simple ‘FREE’ at 150 pt. font and I put it twice on a single page. FREE sign

I made it in .doc format. If you want it in .txt…let me know. (contact info in sidebar)

Download: FREE sign

Google Plus – Now you can ‘Ignore’ people

August 26th, 2011

Apparently ‘Hiding’ and ‘Blocking’ certain users on Google Plus needed some augmentation…so Google has added the ability to ‘Ignore’ a user.

The new ignore option is a lighter form of limiting what you see from a user on Google Plus. Google+ users won’t see posts of ignored users in their incoming stream, won’t get notifications about their activities and won’t see them on their circle page.

Ignoring basically hides the ignored user on Google Plus, while blocking removes the user and blocks interaction. Google has uploaded a video about the new ignore option and the existing block option.


Celebrate In Style with the Samsung Galaxy S II

August 24th, 2011

Never miss a moment of the action with the Samsung Galaxy S II.

You know that those ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ shots are too valuable to trust to just any old camera phone. With the Samsung Galaxy S II, you have the speed and storage you need for all your must have shots.

This post is sponsored by Samsung

Extreme Retreat — On The Farm with the Galaxy 10.1

August 24th, 2011

Waking up at 4am, cleaning out stables; life on a farm isn’t for the faint of heart. That’s why this year Mitch Manikowski has decided to take his employees to one for their annual corporate retreat. However, with the new Galaxy 10.1 farm life isn’t too bad at all!

See, Mitch didn’t count on his employees being on the ball. They outsmarted him by bringing their Galaxy 10.1 tablets. Giving them access to up-to-the-minute information about stocks, allowing some much needed shopping and even access to maps to plan an escape route off the farm. 🙂

Seems Mitch is as smart as his employees. He brought his Galaxy 10.1 as well.
The Galaxy 10.1 helped Mitch document his employees insubordination… allowing him to hog tie one of them. Ha!

This post is sponsored by Samsung.

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