Yes You Can Make Peppermint Patties
January 9, 2014, 1:25 am
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My wife often makes candy that is , how can I say this… really Good!!! You know I have never been into recipies, I usually throw a little bit of this and a little of that and skip about ten steps and I'm done. I'm ready for this big game in the man cave. You know what I mean. So I asked her how did she make it and where did the get the recipie?

Never fails that smell often draws me right to the kitchen. My wife sends me right out of the kitchen, before I eat them all. Trust me this is a chocolate lover's dream. I knew you would ask, it is homemade peppermint patties and yes you, yes you can do it! She tells me it is simple, I throw up my hands an say right! She says it only take 30 minutes to make. Yeah right! What do I know?

If you want to know to make it here's how. The recipie can be found at a site called

Its called DYI Peppermint Patties,

Let me know what you think and I will have my wife post more recipies.




How to find Deals On The Web

The Best Way to Find Deals on the Internet (NewsUSA) – Have you ever had the problem of receiving so many “deals” in your email inbox that you don't have time to sift through them all? Well, it turns out there's a better way to find Internet deals you actually want without spending valuable time searching through the ones you don't want.

“When companies push deals to users — whether they want them or not — they are wasting their time, and your time,” says John Casson, CEO and founder of Daily Deal Superstore — a deal aggregator that brings together discounts and offers from across the web and compiles emails tailored to your interests. “We designed Daily Deal Superstore so that the user is in control. DDS lets them to choose the cities and types of deals they want” It's this user control that allows customers to target the deals they want across a number of sites. “If you wanted an Italian restaurant deal in Queens, and you found that LivingSocial didn't have one, you may have missed out because there may have been one on Gilt City,” says Casson.

“ takes the stress out of searching through several deal companies. We show all those Italian restaurant deals from all the companies.” From a collective search, including sites like Woot!, KGB Deals, Gilt City and Groupon, you can make your smartphone and Facebook page do the work for you.

Daily Deal Superstore is a website that gathers deals from hundreds of deal companies, categorizes them, puts them in 10,000 different towns and cities and sends a customized email with offers relating to your interests and specified location. Smartphone users can take advantage of this new platform too, and the easy-to-use Facebook app makes it even easier, as deals are curated based upon the user's location, “likes” and interests. “It will show you deals that relate to exactly where you are and what you like,” says Casson. “It's simple and fast, and makes it easier not to miss out on deals.” Better yet, users can earn points every time a friend buys a deal, forever (so long as they are a member). These points are redeemed for reward cards such as Amazon vouchers and iTunes gift cards.


Wireless Technology Improves Saftey- Read More

Wireless Technology Improves Road Safety (NewsUSA) –

Imagine a futuristic transportation system with “talking” roads and cars that instantly provide real-time updates on local weather, traffic and road conditions. Equipped with up-to-the-minute information, motorists could choose safer, more direct routes helping to reduce traffic congestion, shorten trips and reduce vehicle emissions. The future is now, says Cinterion, a Gemalto company and the global leader in wireless machine-to-machine (M2M) communication technology. The technology needed for driver-friendly intelligent transportation systems exists today, and it's being rolled out quickly — growing by more than 30 percent according to industry analysts.

Cinterion specializes in secure M2M technology and services which allow machines, equipment and vehicles to securely communicate over wireless networks creating the “Internet of Things” (IOT). And just as the Internet did for computers, the IOT is simplifying life and optimizing business and industry -; with great consumer benefits. “We are improving transportation with technology that instantly communicates highway conditions, traffic patterns and alternative routes. Cinterion solutions can even automatically report collisions to “911” or the nearest public service answering point for immediate help when needed,” says Norbert Muhrer, senior vice president of Cinterion M2M at Gemalto.

In the event of a road incident, onboard M2M technology automatically sends vital details to local authorities, such as time of collision, GPS location, vehicle description, vehicle identification number and registered owner. This can save crucial moments in life-threatening situations. Cinterion technology is already at work in millions of vehicles, road signs and fleets around the world, relaying pertinent information in real time. And informed drivers, equipped with up-to-the-moment knowledge, are better prepared to make good decisions. M2M technology is also used in traffic sensors that communicate trip time, intelligent parking meters that alert drivers of empty parking spots and fleet management systems that handle logistics, scheduling and routine vehicle maintenance. Roadways are hazardous due to traffic and the plethora of environmental factors affecting road conditions. M2M technology advances wireless connectivity in innovative ways, and Cinterion is bringing the M2M advantage to the automotive and transportation industries to safeguard drivers and improve efficiency. To learn more about M2M technology and transportation, visit


The Lincoln Financial Field Home Of The Eagles Goes Green
January 3, 2014, 5:21 am
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The home of the Philadelphia Eagles is more than the place where Shady McCoy is setting records. It is now equipped with substainable energy at both ends of the Stadium. Lincoln FinancialField has gone green, as the long awaited solar panels and wind turbines now play a dominate part of the appearance of the 'Linc” as it is affectionately called. Not only are the Eagle winning games, but they are saving energy. 11,000 solar panel and 14 wind turbines are doing there part in making the Linc 24/7 Green.


July 30, 2012, 2:50 am
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Absolutely the Car of the future!

The Fisker Story

Fisker was born when founders Henrik Fisker and Bernhard Koehler surveyed the existing automotive landscape and found it built upon history, a history that was defined by limitations. Henrik Fisker and Bernhard Koehler, who share over 51 years of combined experience in the automotive world, decided to forge a new and radical perspective on what is possible in the automotive world. They concluded that reinvention is no substitute for a fresh start so they started with a clean sheet of paper. In 2007, they founded Fisker Automotive, a true automobile manufacturer which introduced the world’s first premium hybrid electric vehicle, the Fisker Karma. An American company, the orange and blue in the Fisker logo represent a California sunset over the Pacific Ocean. The vertical bars represent the designer’s pen (Henrik Fisker) and the creator’s tools (Bernhard Koehler)


Cool Air Through Solar Energy?

Who hasn’t wished for a nice, soothing air-conditioner on a hot summer’s day in the office? Unfortunately, though, traditional air coolers have a nasty side-effect—they use so much energy that they perpetuate, in their own, not-insignificant way, global warming.  Continued Follow Link.