Quote: "The world we live in has gotten pretty bad. It’s to the point that we have security everywhere in the form of alarms and cameras. Is it a good thing? I’m not sure, but I feel safer with the alarm on my house and the cameras I have set up outside. Alarms are the most common, but security cameras on home are becoming a lot more common. You can buy pre-made surveillance kits or if you’re a DIYer like you can build you own. One of the great places for inexpensive security equipment is Geeks.com, and they’ve provided the 1/4" Sharp CCD 380 Line Color CCTV Mini Surveillance Camera that I have today for review. The camera is a pinhole style which can be hid most most place and has plenty of uses like checking up on your babysitter while you’re not at home. So read on for a quick review of a decent little camera."
Quote: Hello, hello! Long time no see you all. Yes it’s been rather slow on my end, but I’m back with another product from our friends at Geeks.com. The product I have for review today is one of their surveillance cameras, but it’s the IP kind and not your typical security camera. It’s called the AirLink101 SkyIPCam and it’s the model AIC250 that features a resolution of 640×480 and comes with security software so you can chain up to 16 cameras together for full monitoring of your premises while you’re away.
Ever wanted your very own cotton candy machine? Who doesn’t right?
Well I recently reviewed a great one over at DIY Guides, and Nostalgia Electronics was kind enough to send me two actually, one for review and one to giveaway to some lucky winner. The Contest will end this coming Sunday, so you’ve got one more week to enter to win it…
Check it all out here:
Review of Nostalgia Electronics Hard & Sugar-Free Cotton Candy Maker
Link to Contest and Review: http://www.diy-guides.com/review-of-nostalgia-electronics-hard-sugar-free-cotton-candy-maker/
Quote: “Part of DIY would have to be cooking, seriously you make things from scratch right? So it’s technically doing it yourself. One of my favorite foods or treats is cotton candy but I usually have to wait until I go to the amusement park or there’s a local fair going on. Today for review I’ve got something special, it’s a cotton candy maker from a company called Nostalgia Electronics. In a matter of minutes you’ll be making delicious, home made, real cotton candy. You don’t need anything special either, it just uses regular hard candy to create a nice tasty, fluffy treat. They also sent me an extra one to give away as well, so read on for the review and to see how you can get your own.”
Good luck and go get one!