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“Meltdown” is an awesome animated short film by Dave Green. This piece of madness depicts the harrowing ordeal of a bunch of last night’s leftovers trapped inside a malfunctioning refrigerator. As a large, ever-expanding block of ice threatens to end their very existence, a half-eaten ham sandwich must rally the other leftovers to stop the ice slowly encroaching from the rear of the aging appliance and save themselves to be eaten another day. This might be way more upsetting than any WWII movie you’ve ever seen!
This piece includes a number of color photographs, as well as the wickedly funny animated short film.
http://disembedded.wordpress.com/2011/05/11/food-porn-new-ice-age-threatens-leftovers-in-old-fridge/“Meltdown” is an awesome animated short film by Dave Green. This piece of... more
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This perpetual calendar by A Window of Time will not only save trees from being cut down, it will also save you money every year since you'll never have to buy another calendar again! It's super green because reusable and you're not cutting trees for this calendar. Keep track of your goals and to do list, this will also help your family remember what they have to every day, so no more excuses for not doing their duties. When that month is over you'll start again and the cool thing compared to regular calendars is that you can easily erase a mistake. Simply use a wet erase marker and create a new month from scratch. And they're also very different and cool. You can put them on a window, refrigerator or even a mirror and reuse them over and over again. You can easily add or remove tasks from your agenda and make your life and your family's life much simpler. Organize your 2011, 2012, 2013 and so on with only this calendar. Enjoy our discount price that includes a coupon code.
It's a window calendar that you can put on many areas, you can also take it off and place in different places. It doesn't require special glue and not even water to stick to the surface, it just stays. A Window of Time company can also do a custom business calendar to give your customers. The really neat thing is that you can buy it anytime of the year because it's an erasable wall calendar that you can write the months on.
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How can you keep your food fresh and your drinking water cool in a hot third world country? The pot-fridge is the latest in a range of savvy inventions for the poor in the developing world. An idea revived by NGOs working in Africa, this nifty invention is now being used by farmers and their families in warm climates to preserve their food and keep the insects away. This desert cooler does not require electricity or any power source, apparently making it ideal for poor rural villages and sustainable living fans. According to the NGOs, a pot-fridge will keep your tomatoes fresh for almost three weeks and all it takes is some sand, water and two pots. Is it time to give up on ‘white goods’ and get earthy? The programme shows us how to make one.How can you keep your food fresh and your drinking water cool in a hot third world... more
For those of you who shop online, you might be interested to know that there is a cheaper and more fun way of buying the things you only wish you had the money to buy. Here's your chance. Penny auctions are the new way to buy brand new products at 50% off as well as all the way up to 95%. Sound too good to be true?
Honestly, I thought it to be just another scam until I started to do the research. Penny auctions work through a few simple principles:
For those who may be unfamiliar with auctions, the way it works is after finding the item you wish to purchase, you and others will take turns bidding. The difference between normal in-person auctions and penny auctions, such as CheapOh.net, is that bids are sold for $0.50 a bid in bid packs that are sold from 10 bids for 5$ to 1000 bids for $500.
After your bids are credited to your account you will use these bids to bid on an auction. (They work as credits). Once the item is put up for auction, the bidding price starts at $0.00. When you use a bid on an auction this will drive the price of the auction up by $0.01 and increase the countdown timer by 10 seconds. The person with the last/highest bid on the auction when the countdown timer gets to 0 wins the auction. Once the auction is won, the winner will pay what the final price of the auction. (Usually save between 50-95% off MSRP).
CheapOh! is an upcoming site with a lot of promise. They officially started Beta testing today by auctioning off 3 Visa gift cards of different values. In the future, items sold will range from Products from Apple, Microsoft, Nikon, Sony, ect. Registration is open for users to buy bids now so that when these products are available, users can jump right in with bidding.
Other promising news with CheapOh! is that on the 15th of every month CheapOh! will donate all profits made off of every auction won on that day to the Red Cross.
So check it out, at CheapOh.net
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MicroFridge is a combination of refrigerator and microwave on top. It is designed for more efficient use of electricity and also space. MicroFridge is advantageous especially for limited small space. What the difference with just buying a fridge and then putting microwave on top? MicroFridge has only one electrical system therefore it only needs one cable to operate both and moreover its system can reduce the use of electricity. Another benefit of MicroFridge is on the front of the microwave there are electric sockets available for charging your gadget, etc.MicroFridge is a combination of refrigerator and microwave on top. It is designed for... more