So I’m still having a problem with getting deliveries from USPS.
I check my tracking and it says ‘Notice Left (No Authorized Recipient Available)’.
Well that’s wrong, we were home and my dogs were home and I have cameras on the porch. I saw the mailman come and deliver the mail and he had no package.
There was no notice left at all, this has happened several times now in fact and I’m getting sick of it.
That’s just for the tracking numbers that I know of, I have to wonder how many packages am I not getting because a notice was supposedly left but in reality it wasn’t?
The manager at the post office says the computer automatically generates the “Notice Left (No Authorized Recipient Available)” to the tracking and that makes no sense at all.
Why is the computer lying to me?
I don’t understand why it is saying a notice was left when there really wasn’t one?
Why is the computer lying about this?
And they wonder why no one likes to use USPS anymore? With all the stealing and things like this, yeah I don’t want to use it either.
New review by me, if you’re looking for a new and just awesome gaming mouse, then check it out…
"I have myself a new favorite mouse. Over my numerous years of reviewing products I’ve of course had the chance to review many mice of all shapes and sizes but the one I have today is the best so far I think. The mouse is the Nascita from Feenix and it’s what I would call a no frills gaming mouse. What I mean by that is you won’t find any special software, or weight kit or interchangeable sides or really anything but the mouse itself and that’s not a bad thing at all. The Nascita is designed for gaming with the focus being on gaming plain and simple, it just works and looks great. Like all gaming mice these days the Nascita does allow you to change DPI from 800 all the way up to 8200 and there’s even an LCD display to let you know what you’re set on at a glance. Inside of the mouse you’ll find an Avago 9800 laser chipset and Omron switches that are rated for ten million clicks. The mouse is weighted and balanced and features an anti-sweat and anti-slip surface to make sure you have a good grip all the time. Read on to learn more…"
It’s Monday, blah.. I need more sleep but I can’t, so here’s the news for you..
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An interview over on TestFreaks, something different…
"Today I have an interview with Grant Whipple who is the consumer electronics product manager of a company called Winegard that makes antennas for those who want to cut the cord. In the interview we talk about Winegard but also about cutting the cord and about buying an antenna like the types of antennas available and what might be the right antenna for you and your situation. I’ve always been curious about these types of antennas myself so I’ve included questions that I wanted answered which I think are the same as those an average consumer might need to know. Read on to learn more… "
So according to trace route I ran GoDaddy, my host, is apparently blocking me from accessing my own websites periodically and it’s annoying me as I can’t update or see them or access them via ftp or http. It’s up now apparently so here’s the news…
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New review by me…
Quote: "So this is review number 800 for us and you’d think I might have something exciting for such a milestone, but no I’ve just got an external hard drive enclosure from a company called Mukii. The name of the enclosure is long, it’s the TransImp TIP-330U2-BK 3.5" USB 2.0 Aluminum External Hard Drive Enclosure. Yes it’s USB 2.0 so it’s not exactly speedy but then again you don’t always need superfast for everything you do. The enclosure is aluminum which helps in heat dissipation an it looks good too. So read on to learn more… "
New review by me..
“Up for review today I have another portable battery for mobile devices and it’s a big one at 11000mAh in capacity but what’s even more interesting is that it has five USB ports which you can use all at the same time. The battery doesn’t really have any specific name, it’s from a company called Lumsing that makes many different products, this battery being just one of them. The Lumsing battery has five USB ports but they all vary in output from .5A up to 2.1A so you can charge a multitude of devices from small Bluetooth headphones up to tablets. Read on to learn more… “