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Wacky Product of the Week: iPhone TV Made of Paper

By (view all posts by GuyCopes)
at 9:13AM Saturday June 26, 2010
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It's the weekend once again and that means it is time to track down and share another wacky product. This week I take a look at the Papercraft TV stand from Trickarrt. Read More »

Herding Cats: Droid X Pre-Order Date, FIFA World Cup 2010 Lion Burgers, Biden on Movie Piracy

By (view all posts by derek70x7)
at 2:13PM Friday June 25, 2010
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After several weeks of wisdom-tooth-extraction-related hardships, I am finally around on a Friday to be back at the helm of the Savings financial news roundup. Hopefully iHuppp didn't trash the place while I was gone. Let's get this rolling because we at Savings have a very important staff meeting this afternoon... at the beach! Read More »

Best of E3: 2010 Expo Wrap-up

By (view all posts by Yasarh)
at 2:56PM Thursday June 24, 2010
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2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted are back.  No, I'm not referring to 2pac and Snoop Dogg.  I'm talking about Guy and myself.  We finally got out of jail for trying to sneak into E3.  We've had a pretty rough week.  I ended up in the middle of the Lakers riot and shot by a riot gun and Guy tore his calf muscle celebrating the end of E3 and the Lakers repeat championship.  While we were in the slammer, we had some time to think about our actions and do some more E3 research. 

Here is a recap of the best of E3: Read More »

Behind Garage Doors: More Than Just a Place to Park Your Car

By (view all posts by CouponKate)
at 11:31AM Monday June 21, 2010
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I've always thought garages were for sheltering cars, spiders and loud, teenage rock bands. As a secondary function, a garage should serve as a safety deposit box for all things sentimental and equally annoying: old bridesmaid dresses, tax files and Grandma's cracked china collection.

Wow, have I been enlightened! After surveying the staffers on what makes a perfect garage, I have been led to believe that the everyday garage might just be man's last magic castle! Read More »

The Prudent Pantry: In Season Cooking with this Summer Southwest Salad Recipe

By Guest Blogger(view all posts by annika.barranti)
at 10:39AM Sunday June 20, 2010
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One of my favorite things about summer is the easy, fast, and delicious meals that can be made with in-season produce. Of course, I try to cook in-season all year, but the soups and roasts and stews and casseroles of winter are more time-consuming and hardy, while summer's salads and grilled foods are quick and refreshing. Read More »

Cook Fast, Live Young: Quick and Easy Recipes with 3 Ingredients or Less

By Guest Blogger(view all posts by JulianaWeissRoessler)
at 11:00AM Saturday June 19, 2010
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Since my husband and I both work full-time, the last thing we want to do when we get home is spend two hours cooking a meal, so when I see a recipe with a lengthy ingredient list, I immediately flip the page (or click away). The fewer, the better is my motto!

These 3 main dishes each have 3 ingredients or less and are quick, tasty and inexpensive. Read More »

Wacky Product of the Week: Solar Backpacks

By (view all posts by GuyCopes)
at 9:30AM Saturday June 19, 2010
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Another weekend has arrived and that means it is wacky product of the week time again. This week we look to save the environment and absorb as many sun rays as possible while doing it with solar powered charger backpacks. Read More »

Herding Cats: Will Rumored Verizon iPhone Lead to AT&T-style Tiered Data Plans, Kinect Debuts at E3 Expo and Other Finance News

By (view all posts by iHuppp)
at 3:12PM Friday June 18, 2010
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Verizon Wireless looks to be moving towards tiered data plans much like AT&T, perhaps because the iPhone is rumored to be coming to American's most reliable 3G network. We also enjoyed the debut of Microsoft's newest gaming console Kinect and are left wondering how lolcats earns its founder seven figures. Read More »

Best Tech of E3 2010: Microsoft Kinect and the Xbox 360 Slim

By (view all posts by Yasarh)
at 3:08PM Thursday June 17, 2010
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Every gamer waits in anticipation for the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) every year as much as a 15 year old girl waiting for the next Twilight movie to come out.  Well Guy and I have finally gotten our new Twilight movie and we're excited to share the details with you.  E3 is about more than just video games.  It's where some of the newest video game technology is introduced every year. Read More »

Best Games of E3 Expo 2010: Nintendo, Sony, PS3, Xbox

By (view all posts by GuyCopes)
at 10:07AM Thursday June 17, 2010
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The Electronics Entertainment Expo 2010 (E3) is well under way and the Guy and Yasar show is back together again, to bring you all the info live from the event. Okay, well, not really. Our plans to secure legal admission into the biggest tech/geek/gamer conference of the year fell through. And our illegal means of entry...well, our lawyers have advised us not to discuss the details pending the outcome of the trial. So, live from Cell Block D, the Guy and Yasar Show brings you the best gaming news to come out of this year's E3 conference via our streaming laptop feeds courtesy of and the County of Los Angeles. Read More »

Home Decor Decadence Inspired by Sex and the City 2

By (view all posts by CouponKate)
at 11:33AM Monday June 14, 2010
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One thing I adored about the Sex and the City 2 movie was their non-apologetic romp through decadence! How refreshing that the pesky R Word (recession) was nowhere to be found. I must admit I totally enjoyed traveling with the characters from their sparkling New York homes to a budget-free, high-society wedding with none other than Liza Minnelli as the hired help, and then to be chauffeured to their desert oasis in not one, but four flawless Maybach sedans?

Talk about a fiction fantasy ride! Read More »

The Prudent Pantry: Easy Side Salad Recipes

By Guest Blogger(view all posts by annika.barranti)
at 12:50PM Sunday June 13, 2010
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As a vegetarian, I have a deep appreciation for side dishes. I can't count the number of occasions that I've eaten meals made up entirely of side dishes. Holidays, meals out—once I even survived a birthday dinner (not mine) at a steak house.

The easiest sides when cooking at home are, I've found, salads. The following are a few of my favorites. Read More »