It’s About Time To Throw Out The Cable and Home Phone

Cable is Absurd

What’s the number of channels do you have with your premium cable bundle? Do you even understand? Do you understand exactly what’s being played on channel 766 at 8 pm on Wednesday? You ought to. You’re spending for all that goodies on the QVC channel that you never ever enjoy and for the whole channel dedicated to commercials that offers more TELEVISION time to Chuck Norris to hock the “total gym fitness products” than he ever saw with Walker: Texas Ranger. You are spending for numerous channels you will never enjoy playing lousy programs that no one need to ever lay eyes on.

Enter: The internet.

Invented by Al Gore sometime in the 90’s (joking), the internet has actually grown significantly. They have even put TELEVISION programs and movies on somebody else’s servers so you can stream them to your computer system. Not just that, however much of your favorite programs can be viewed FOR FREE utilizing the program’s network website or by simply looking it up on HULU.com. If you desire a more exceptional service, Netflix, and HULU Plus both off a paid-for service that enables you to enjoy entire seasons of your favorite programs and a bunch of movies from the benefit of your home computer (still MUCH cheaper than cable). Heck, they have actually even built in those applications into TELEVISION’s, digital media receivers, as well as video game consoles like the Xbox and Nintendo Wii. Continue Reading “It’s About Time To Throw Out The Cable and Home Phone”

Saving Resources – Help Take Care Of the Environment

As the expense of living continues to increase, energy reports and broadcasts are crammed with energy conserving tips and suggestions. Some energy conserving tips require initial financial investments, some just solicit a change of lifestyle. The very best energy conserving tips are those that require almost nothing but altering a routine. This one is about the wise energy conserving choices.

1. Of course, water is not that costly (at least for now); but conserving water saves energy. When cleaning the driveway, the deck or outdoor patio, using the broom instead of the tube would conserve several hundreds of gallons of water a year.

2. A push mower is a smart idea to mow a little lawn. Aside from not using electricity or fuel to ride the trimming device, it is also great workout.

3. Like the push mower, you do not need the energy to fuel up a maker to get the job done. There is also a sense of nostalgia in using this conventional tool. Continue Reading “Saving Resources – Help Take Care Of the Environment”