Friday, February 29, 2008

Friday Link of the Week!!

Ever wanted to plan your rooms in your home in 3D? Mydeco allows you to do just that. They have a very easy, fast and slick interface that will leave you in 3D room planning bliss. But don't take my word. Check them out for yourself: http://mydeco.com/plan-my-room/

Whether your style is Beckham-boudoir or Conran-classic, we’re all about bringing you everything you need to make your home the best it can be. We know what it’s like. We’ve trawled the High Street searching for the perfect sofa, tried to visualise statement walls from a one inch paint swatch, and we’ve wondered; WHY isn’t there a place online where I can find everything I need, and try it before I buy it? So we’ve created one, and we hope you like it.
mydeco brings together the widest possible range of products from high street stores to niche retailers, thousands of inspiring looks to fit your budget, expert designers on hand for advice, and simple 3D tools to help you plan your room before you even open a tin of paint. You can also join our community to share ideas, swap decorating tips and show off your designs. It's the total home package.

DIY Car Hack #9






9. Clean your engine (and other parts) for better serviceApologies in advance if this comes off like an over-bearing, car-obsessed relative, but a little time spent with soap and water saves you a lot of ruined clothes and grunt-inducing frustration later on. Cleaning out your engine compartment, for example, makes it easier for mechanics (and yourself) to find leaks, belt and hose breaks, and other problems, and you'll also get a cooler-running motor from your efforts. Check out 74 more wise tips on keeping your car running in tip-top shape.

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Top DIY Car Hacks

So you got a car - but it's not the one you really wanted. The dealer was all out of Transformers? Now you can do you own car-mods. Here's the top 10 do-it-yourself car hacks. I'll give them to you one at a time so you can have time to take your car to the repair shop between hacks.





10. Make your own storage spaceJust because your car's designer was uninspired by the driver's-side space doesn't mean you can't have convenience and easy storage within arm's reach. Using some duct tape, yogurt cups, and other common items, you can put together your own DIY car console, or spend a bit more time and care to craft something a bit more slick-looking. And, while not technically all-the-way-DIY, adhering a sticky pad to your dashboard can serve as seriously convenient, no-stick place to keep your gadgets.

Take It To The Top

Those that know me, know I like to complain. Especially in a retail environment. I believe if you are going to complain, you might as well take it to the top, so I have taken the liberty to list some email addresses that may come in handy.
Don't tell my friends listed below that I gave out their addresses.

CEO of Home Depot is - Frank_Blake@homedepot.com
Time Warner CEO/PresidentGlenn A. Britt - glenn.britt@twcable.com
Microsoft CEO - billg@microsoft.com
Virgin Airlines CEO - richard.branson@fly.virgin.com
top level Office Depot customer service - Customer.relations@officedepot.com
Executive Customer Relations Verizon - Mark.D.Reddick@verizon.com
top level T-Mobil customer service - ExecutiveResponse@T-Mobile.com
Bank of America President - liam.e.mcgee@bankofamerica.com
top level Dell customer service - Customer_advocate@dell.com
UPS Michael L Eskew, Chairman & CEO - MLEskew@ups.com
top level Circuit City customer service - consumer_affairs@circuitcity.com

Well that's it for now. Please only email my buddies if you have exhausted all other avenues, or if you want to threaten store managers.

Thursday, February 21, 2008

How to Start a Blog

Ok - so this is my first blog. I guess I should find out how to do one.



I guess I'll continue when I know what I'm doing.

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