Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Monday, November 29, 2010
If you are like most techie travelers I know, you are beginning to get lost in a maze of chargers, cords and cables. Until all our devices are charged by osmosis, we need a way to manage the clutter and danger of too many cords sitting on our desk or nightstand.
Enter iHome,with their simple but efficient answer for at least part of your wire and charger dilemma. The iB969G charging station will take care of the four most popular devices probably cluttering up your life. With only one visible cord, you’ve got a place to store and use your iPod, iPhone, iPad, and Blackberry or Sony e-Book reader. Oh, and did I mention it all looks neat in the process? It does.
Read the full review on Examiner.com http://ow.ly/3h6cV
iHome IB969G Charging Station for iPad, iPod, iPhone, BlackBerrys and eReaders
Friday, November 26, 2010
Now open - SNOW DAYS at Progressive Field - tubing, ice skating, snow mazes, and lighting from the former GE Nela Park. Read the whole story on Examiner.com (Hover your mouse over the lower right corner of slide show to see full-screen.)
Monday, November 22, 2010
Got a chance to talk about TSA practices and National Opt-Out Day with TV3 reporter Dick Russ. Here's a link to their website article and here is the video clip that led their broadcast this evening.
Sunday, November 21, 2010
Saturday, November 20, 2010
TSA feels the heat about the new pat down procedure and tries to make people more comfortable with this uncomfortable situation. Read the whole story in my article on Examiner.com http://ping.fm/zcIJI
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Thursday, November 11, 2010
Video by Hotel de Glace, the Ice Hotel in Quebec. This year it will be located at a new address, even closer to the city, making it more accessible for both tourists and Quebec citizenry. Look for it at 9530, rue de la Faune, Québec adjacent to the Four Points by Sheraton Quebec.
Read the entire story in this article of mine on Examiner.com.
Photos by Xavier Dachez ©Xdachez.com Read the full story of the Ice Hotel on Examiner.com. It's an amazing site to see - not to mention an unbelievable place to spend the night. Nordic mummy bags are included.