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Photo of the day: Mister Softee is healthier than Starbucks

Do do, do do do, do do, do do, do do, do do, do do do. Do do, do do do, do do, do do, do do, do do, do do do. Yep, that’s the Mister Softee jingle. And I’m humming it with a huge smile on my face. I treated myself to a cone [Keep Reading…]

Photo of the day: The unfoggable mirror

Orian and I stayed at the Seaport Hotel in Boston a few weekends ago. After getting out of the shower I noticed that a portion of the mirror was somehow not fogged up! At first I thought it was a happy accident, but then I realized that couldn’t be and gasped at the genius of [Keep Reading…]

Photo of the day: Time To Buy Cut-Rite

I was baking at my parents’ apartment recently and pulled out their wax paper to line a cookie sheet. When I tore some off, I noticed a message pierced into the paper that read “TIME TO BUY CUT-RITE.” They use a different brand than I do so I had never seen this before. The paper [Keep Reading…]

Photo of the day: Be aware of glass door!!!

When Orian was apartment hunting last month, he saw this sign in a vestibule and snapped a pic. A couple things amused him: 1) the three exclamation points, and 2) that the person wrote “be aware” instead of “beware” (something I might not have picked up on). I have a hard time believing the sign [Keep Reading…]

Photo of the day: You must be in one of the first five cars

If you’ve ever ridden the 1/2/3 line on the NYC subway, you’ve probably seen one of these signs: Both the 145th St stop and the South Ferry stop have shorter platforms than the rest of the stations. That means that unless you’re in one of the first five cars, you won’t be able to exit [Keep Reading…]

Photo of the day: Accommodating large parties

While at the IA Summit in Memphis in March, a large group of us went out to dinner at The Majestic Grille. When I say a large group, I mean 60 people. We were split up at a bunch of tables, and I ended up at a table of ten. We all ordered drinks and [Keep Reading…]

Digital Conversion PSA

On June 12, 2009, analog will die. The Digital TV Transition (DTV) website has everything you need to know about making the switch. There are no less than 50 pages of full text explaining how to painlessly prepare. A variety of downloadable PDFs are available to guide you through the converter box installation process. There’s [Keep Reading…]