Thursday, December 31, 2009

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Fun on the Web Dec 30 '09 A Better Evite

If you haven't sent out your invites yet, it's not too late if you do via the internet. Check out what the NY Times has to offer for just that here:

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Fun on the Web Dec 12 '09 Jamaica mon

Need a quick break? Grab a Red Stripe turn on some Bob Marley and watch the video.
It's 2 and a half minutes of Jamaica mon.

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Fun on the Web Dec 10 '09 NYC Savings

New York City is an incredibly expensive place to live and can also be very unaffordable for tourists if they are not careful so here are some sites that can help you find the gems among the rest of them. eight weekly deals about stuff in the city has an extensive list of free and reduced-admission hours for museums to rent short-term apartments in the city

Bank of America’s Museums on Us program - first weekends of every month for the Met, Whitney, Bronx Zoo, Aquarium and Intrepid.

Check for free (or low-cost) classical music concerts at city churches (especially St. John Divine, St.Thomas Church on 5th avenue, and St. Bart’s), Midsummer Night’s Eve at Lincoln Center, summer movies on the Hudson in the Village, park, and NYPL events.

If you haven’t done this before, study and/or to learn how to play the system — Biddingfortravel’s hotel lists are usually up-to-date for Priceline.

Monday, December 7, 2009

Fun on the Web Dec 7 '09 COOKIES!

Wow Christmas is really sneaking up on us fast. Betty Crocker kidnapped me and has been in my kitchen baking so I thought I would share some of her favorite sites for cookies.
OK I admit I was up looking at the last site till after 1 am

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Fun on the Web Dec 6 '09 Use Mint has been named the best online personal finance tool by Money Magazine, PC Magazine, and is PC World’s Editor’s Choice.

Read more about Mint here

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Fun on the Web Dec 3 '09 Tech Buying Guides

Tech buyer guides - what to snatch up this holiday season,28757,1937994,00.html
I like that luggage scale priced at $25 that could be worth it's weight in gold if it prevents a hefty fee for overweight luggage at the airport.

These people get my vote for not recommending MS Office. When did we all drink the Kool-aid? More importantly why and why do we continue buying these less than adequate programs?