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Easiest Add-On Solar for Homes

The Solaris Pop is advertised as a plug and play solution that takes 1 minute to setup to add 160 Watt Solar Generator to your home.  Since it is a grid-tie type solution it needs an active 120 Volt current in order for it to work.  Check out my initial impressions review video for more information.

Keyport Releases Keyport 3 and Hub to Kickstarter

New Keyport 3 in person at CES 2016

I just saw them yesterday at CES showing off their new, more compact, metal Keyport version 3 that was just released on Kickstarter.  Its more compact, sleeker, and has bluetooth keytracking capability (with TrackR tech), as well as a refined knife option.  

I've been using my Keyport version 2 as an EDC item and its been working very well.  They listened to their customers and made version 3 even better with almost everything I'd want.

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DJI Inspire 1 Reviews

Saw this great review of the DJI Inspire 1 Transforming Quadcopter by FliteTest



Beware the Freedom Pop

Freedom Pop Hotspot

A few weeks ago, I bought into the Freedom Pop free 500 Mb hotspot device.  It took about 2 weeks to get it, and I only really started using it a few days ago.  Look how much I got 'charged' one day of turning it on.

This was from light web surfing and mostly doing work - does something smell fishy to you?  It does to me.

I was working on Office Documents Mostly... Does this look right to you?Anyway, they automatically start charging 'top offs' at $10 per gb.  I've already got charged $30 on a 'free' plan just testing the service out.

If I were you, I'd stay away from Freedom Pop.  But if you are wanting to try it out, make sure you read their usage terms which pretty much teachs us that you can't get something for nothing (other than the $49/$99 fee plus shipping).


Arc Notebook System - I'm a Fan!

Updated on Friday, November 11, 2011 at 12:13AM by Registered CommenterMike Mu

Updated on Saturday, May 5, 2012 at 4:41PM by Registered CommenterMike Mu

In a nutshell, it replaces your regular binder with a proprietary ring system called the Arc.  The big deal is that you can insert, remove, papers and accessories from your notebook with the security of a spiral bound but the flexibility of a 3 ring binder.

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