I have been shopping for a new hosting provider and after comparing all the different companies out there I decided to go with Host Gator. They have tons of hosting services, awesome hosting prices and most importantly they are a dependable hosting company. I recently signed up with a no-name hosting provider because of the awesome hosting prices and impressive list of benefits but within the past couple weeks my site has gone down at least 4 times a week and now I am not getting any response from tech support. If I can offer one word of advice it would be to stick with a larger (reputable) hosting company.
I have always loved Google for their great products like, Picasa, Google docs and Gmail. However, this time they have really outdone themselves. Just when I thought they couldn?t get any better they go off and invent a time machine! Apparently you can now send emails into the past. Simply create your email, enter in your desired delivery date and BAM it disappears into the space/time continuum! Great Scott!
It?s called “Gmail Custom Time” but I prefer to call it “The Google Machine.” Don?t ask me how they do it, and don’t ask Google either. All you need to know is that it “utilizes an e-flux capacitor to resolve issues of causality (see Grandfather Paradox).”
At this point you probably this is too good to be true. Besides, everyone knows that you would need to have a 1980?s Delorean that is capable of hitting speeds of 88MPH in order to go back in time (not to mention the flux capacitor and 1.21 Gigawatt).
Well, this aint no joke Marty! Google is now allowing Gmail users to send a maximum of 10 emails per year into the past. Did you miss an important deadline (perhaps your anniversary)? Were you supposed to email your report by 6pm but ended up being too hung over to get out of bed before noon? Well, now you can fix all that! No need to be on time or honest any more! Simply enter the date you want your email to show up in the recipient?s inbox, select whether you want it to show up as ?read? or ?unread? and Google will take care of the rest!
Don?t believe me, check it out for yourself: http://mail.google.com/mail/help/customtime/index.html
P.S. If you still confused than you dont know what day it is yet!
In order to make this article “premium posts” worthy I decided I would share a way to buy “Dom Perignon” at a discount warehouse club store without being a “card carrying club member”. If I remember correctly, a bottle of 1998 Dom Perignon at Costco is about $100 while the same bottle of Dom Perignon will cost you upwards of $130 at most other stores.
Please note that in addition to Dom Perignon, this will work for all types of alcohol! So, if you rest assured that in most areas, this trick also applies to all top shelf liquor, booze, beer and wine as well!
So, if your one of those people that loves “sticking it to the man” or if you’re the type of person that enjoys causing “a scene” in public, and you like being “that guy” that holds up the line while the clerk calls for a manager (over the loud speaker), than this experiment is for you! Thanks to a little-known state law that dates back to the 1930s, (when Prohibition was repealed); nonmembers can purchase alcohol without paying a membership fee. These laws state that applicants for a license to sell booze must “serve the public need and protect the common good.” In other words, alcohol is an invaluable and essential item that must be readily available for purchase by the general public with no membership restrictions! HaHa
Taking advantage of this deal depends on where you live, and at which discount club you shop. This should work at BJ’s Wholesale Club, Costco and Sam’s Club. For example, if you live near a Costco than membership is not required for purchases of alcohol in the following states: Arizona, California, Connecticut, Read more…