Monday, September 24, 2007

Google Reader

I had been using Flock to read newsfeeds, but had problems with it. I am now using Google Reader and it is working great.

One nice feature is sharing interesting items in this blog. These items are on bottom right as "goldsheet's shared items" Anything that makes things easier appeals to me !

Monday, September 17, 2007

No Reason to Jump Into Housing Crash Too Soon

Nothing like jumping on an 8% discount, then see folks get a 19% discount, then see homes go for 31% below first phase buyers. As usual, instead of accepting responsibility, lash out at others on Internet.

Bubble Markets Inventory Tracking: Angry Knife Catcher

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Saturday, September 08, 2007

Yahoo! Launchcast

I am a big fan of cheap high quailty streaming music, so Launchcast works for me. Surprised to find I have rated over 12,000 artisits, albums, and songs. Guess I listen to a lot of music: goldsheet's Station

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I Like Steak

How to Turn Cheap “Choice” Steaks into Gucci “Prime” Steaks | Jaden's Steamy Kitchen

Doing BBQ does not mean slapping sauce everywhere. A nice dry rub of seasonings a few hours ahead does the trick. This article has a good explanation why, with illustrations for the cavemen.

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Up to 5.71% Money Market Savings Account at Bank of America

Bank Deals - Best Rates and Deals: 5.71% Money Market Savings Account at Bank of America

Looks like one can get some pretty decent rates at BofA, if you know where to look !

At $2500 it pays 5.22% APR / 5.36% APY
and over $50,000 it pays 5.57%A PR / 5.71% APY

Another interesting feature at Bank of America is 30 free stock trades per month at their brokerage division, if you have at least $25,000 in all of your Bank of America accounts. 30 Trades

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Have not updated my blog in about a week.  just busy with the normal stuff until Thursday morning when my computer died.  

Nothing like a bad hard drive in a RAID 0 system, which means I had to start over from scratch.  It was not too bad removing RAID, formatting the remaining drive, and reinstalling Windows.  The Dell website was not too helpful, but the video drivers from the NVidia site and Soundblaster drivers from the Creative site seem to work great.   It took lots of time reinstalling all of my programs, then getting all the data back (yes, I had a backup of everything) 

Nothing like feeling you lost an entire day of your life.

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