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Thursday, March 25, 2010

When Geeks Look Sleek with Zenni Specs

There are times that gadget enthusiasts. like a lot of my friends, cross the knotty border between quality, cost, fashion. Sometimes one settles for at least two of these attributes. But NOT when it comes to wearing prescription eyeglasses. Our vision, our looks and our comfort(financial or physical) cannot be compromised here. Geeks or not, one should not settle for anything less.

At the #1 online Rx glasses store , high quality and stylish prescription eyeglasses are so affordable for as low as $8.  With our vision and health in mind, Zenni has come up with an extensive choice Lowest Price Progressive Glasses to suit your unique taste and needs. Visit their online store at and handily take your pick. Buying a pair or two will just be a few bucks and clicks away.

The skeptic may hold on with this too-good-to-be-true offer. Why don’t you read for yourself such candid and unbiased Eric's Review of Zenni Optical   at Then you decide to look sleek with Zenni spectacles.

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Saturday, December 5, 2009

8 Tips for Safer Online Shopping

Shane O'Neill ,

The holiday season is upon us, and now more than ever that means shopping on the Internet.
This past Black Friday saw $595 million in online sales, an 11 percent increase compared to Black Friday 2008, according to online market tracker comScore.

But with the comfort and convenience of buying presents from your couch comes with security risks that even the most vigilant shopper can take for granted.

The browser used to be just a place to access Web pages, but as more people makes financial transactions and store personal data there, the security of browsers has become vital to consumers at home and IT managers at the office.

Microsoft has offered up tips on how to fortify your browser against viruses, spam and malware.
Naturally, Microsoft would prefer you use Internet Explorer 8, although it's worth noting that Internet Explorer has been losing market share throughout 2009, and Mozilla's Firefox, Apple's Safari and Google's browser Chrome all have security features of their own.

Internet Explorer currently has 63.6 percent of the browser market share, a six percent drop from January 2009, according to Web metrics company Net Applications.

Here are eight (as in Internet Explorer 8. Get it?) ways to have a safer time shopping online.
Keep your computer's software and browser current. Microsoft's Download Center is a good place to start.

Protect your computer with firewall, antivirus, antispam and antispyware software. Click here for a list of security software providers.

Beware of phishing scams and malware. IE8's SmartScreen Filter feature alerts users if a Web site you are trying to access has been reported as unsafe and allows you to report any unsafe sites you find. SmartScreen Filter and other security features can be accessed in IE8 under the Safety tab in the upper right hand corner.

Protect yourself against cross-site scripting attacks. Cross-site scripting, or XSS, attacks allow malicious code to be injected into Web pages that can lead to identity theft. What's most unsettling about XSS: everything looks normal to the user while unauthorized access is being given to a hacker and sensitive data is being stolen. IE8 has a built-in XSS Filter that is always on.

Identify Fake Web Addresses. By highlighting the domain name of a Web address in black, IE8 makes it easier to see a site's true identity, thus avoiding getting fooled by a deceptive Web site.

Browse more privately. The InPrivate Browsing option in IE8, located under Tools, allows you to surf the Web without the browser storing data about your session. Temporary Internet Files, Web address history, cookies and passwords are all disabled.

Make Sure Payment Web sites Use Encryption. Any Web site that processes credit card information must use encryption. To make sure of this, look for: An "s" after http in the Web address - it should read https; a closed padlock icon in the address bar or at the lower-right corner of the browser window; a green address bar - IE8 uses green to indicate a trustworthy site.

Never Respond to Unsolicited Requests to Update Your Account Information. An e-mail asking to update account information might be a scam for stealing your identity. Legitimate companies never send unsolicited e-mail or instant message requests for your passwords or other personal information.

Shane O'Neill is a senior writer at Follow him on Twitter at Follow everything from on Twitter at

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Friday, September 11, 2009

Only Whole Body Massage Chair Kneads Your Knots Like No Other

Only Whole Body Massage Chair

If you’re a knotted-up stress-head like me and don’t have the time for frequent massage therapy sessions (lack of time is part of the problem, right?), then this robotic wonder-chair may be just what the doctor ordered. Called the Only Whole Body Massage Chair, it delivers the most comprehensive robotic massage available - delivering Shiatsu, penetrating kneading and gentle traction to over 1,200 square inches of your body.

This supreme stress reliever features 22 integrated inflating air cells in the armrests alone, for therapeutic message from your upper arms all the way down to your finger tips. Your hips and outer thighs are treated by inflating/deflating air cells on both sides of the seat, while your tensed-up back receives a four-roller kneading and squeezing - which apparently provides the most faithful reproduction of actual hand massage available.

This high-tech massage chair also features optical sensors, which scan your body for Shiatsu points to develop a custom massage program tailored-made for your build. Also, not to neglect your legs, the chair includes 14 air cells which work on your calves, ankles and feet. The whole body massage is fine-tuned via a remote control that provides instant access to all the chair’s functions.

The Only Whole Body Massage Chair is available now from Hammacher Schlemmer for $6,000 and looks like a very convenient way to thoroughly relax at the end of each day. Newspaper, glass of wine, whole body massage chair…heaven!

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Magnet Clock helps you keep track of your day


Everyone has things that they enjoy putting on the fridge. Be it school pictures or just random funny magnets, we all have our preferences. Well with this you could even have a clock on your fridge that you can map out your day with. It doesn’t itemize every little thing, but it does have little stick figure men that will illustrate each task you have ahead of you. It does so in such a humorous way that even the most obnoxious tasks will give you a little laugh.

I’m not sure what each individual magnet is supposed to mean, but you could always use your own interpretation. It would appear that some are more than a little odd. Some are things like yard work and working out, but I would swear one of those looks like a guy hanging himself. The clock was made by a Argentinean design studio, Designplus. The down side of that is that you can’t purchase the clock right now, but if it ever did get created it’d be perfect for Perpetual Kid.

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Beachgoer’s will want the Solar Tree … NOW!

The solar tree turns any sunny day into a charging station.
The solar tree turns any sunny day into a charging station.

And not only Beach goers. Campers. Hikers. Sports enthusiasts, even backyard warriors. Pretty much anyone who enjoys spending time outside would love to have the Solar Tree. And probably, not just one.

Invented by a trio of smart guys over at Yanko, the Solar tree sticks in the ground and has a solar panel at it’s head. In the stick itself, there are electrical plugs for more than one gadget, be it iPod, camera, cell phone, or even boom box (well, probably a small one). Three total can be solar charged and operated simultaneously.

The Solar tree not only conserves solar energy, it stores it.

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Find great deals on shoes!

Agatha Christie’s well-loved detective character Hercule Poirot always made the observation about well-shod women being the real ladies. Remember the one-time First Lady of the Philippines and her extraordinary shoe-fetish? Famous TV personality and talk show host Oprah Winfrey, whose rags to riches story is well-documented and recognized, is known to have made the following observation: “I still have my feet on the ground, I just wear better shoes.”

Have you ever caught yourself sighing or drooling over those lovely low-cut foot-revealing stilettos or designer heels with a soft buckle enclosure but found them out of your reach? If you are a woman with true feminine tastes you simply cannot stay away from the lure of designer shoes. Yet every time you go out shopping – whether locally or otherwise – you may not get the correct deal or, for that matter, the right shoes. But remember, you can still acquire that winning deal. And how? Simple. Just log on to a good website purveying the best online deals.

But before you do that you might want to check out your nearest Marshall’s store or TJ Maxx in order to find out what you are looking for in tactile and physical terms. Does the three-and-half inch stiletto splashed over the brochure actually live up to its reputation? Is that sling back pumping advertised on television really silky to the touch? If you have the time and the inclination you can easily set the foundation for acquiring the best deals possible.

Armed with the requisite knowledge you can now log on to websites like eBay and Footcandy. You never know what you might come up with.

If, say, you have been slavering over the somewhat-out-of-reach $ 375 Carol-styled Bettye Muller wooden heel-stacked pearl-white buckle marvel at your suburban store, no need to despair any longer. Online shopping can now make your dream come true. The same dark metallic exquisite designer footwear can now be yours for a mere $ 100! All you need to do is log on to the Footcandy website and get out your credit card.

If you thought designer shoes are only for those with small and narrow feet, think again. Wide splayed feet can appear rather elegant in soft spots Odettes and Marlis. Honestly. The website called gives you such bouncing deals that you will be left hopping in glee. The website also gives you a range of options with regard to size, width, and color. You will start looking at your feet with different eyes.

And what about those eyes the summit of the high-end ladder? There are many of you out there who’ve read (or heard) about Prada’s ruched pump shoe collection for this fall and winter and wondered if you’ll be the first one to hotfoot it in them, right? Well, never fear. All you need to do now is to log on to the Rafaello Network and make your purchase online without a hitch.

So what are you waiting for, just get on to the net. Right at this moment!

Rick Carsten is a self-made entrepreneur, a well known travel consultant and internet marketer. Over the years he has traveled across the world and has numerous writings credited to his name in many renowned publications. His areas of writing include travel experiences including reviews of paris hotels deals and he has also gained expertise in areas of best deals, online shoppers and Shopping Deals.

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Thursday, September 10, 2009

Samsung to roll out the world’s first OLED laptop by next year?

Some of you may already know it, Samsung SDI is the world’s largest OLED display manufacturer so does this news come as a surprise to many? Samsung has confirmed that it aims to roll out the pictured laptop with a 12.1-inch, 1280×768 AMOLED screen by the end of year 2010. Though no further specs on this beauty has yet been unveiled, when we hear those four letters put together, we simply just drool.


On the downside though, with a lappie of this class, we don’t expect it to be within the price range of “back to school deals”. In fact, it may be at such a luxurious price that many will have to wait abit before you’d be able to set your hands on one, unless you don’t mind burning a huge hole through your wallet!

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