I Like This – November 24, 2010
A collection of interesting items I found in my daily reading.
- Peanut Butter Candy Cups – November 23, 2010 – These could either be insanely great or a too-sweet mess. MIght be worth trying though.
- Chocolate Stout Cake and Cable TV – November 23, 2010 – Stout beer, chocolate in one cake…ok…bread pudding actually. Definitely worth a try.
- Call the TSA’s Office of Strategic Comms when you’re threatened with arrest for airport photography – November 23, 2010
- As the World Churns – November 23, 2010 – Something sweet and new to check out in the neighborhood.
- Apple makes Find My iPhone service free for iOS devices – November 22, 2010
- Google Launches Plugin That Fuses Microsoft Office With Google Docs – November 22, 2010
- Apple’s Find My iPhone / iPad service now free, doesn’t require MobileMe – November 22, 2010
- Homeland Security Watch » “Do I have the right to refuse this search?” – November 21, 2010 – A detailed and considered analysis written long before the current “enhanced” procedures. Lots of good comments, too.
- Gmail Call Recording Appears To Be Rolling Out Widely – November 20, 2010 – Could be useful in recording podcast interviews, etc.
- Cheese & Rosemary Shortbread Crackers – November 18, 2010 – Something savory to balance out all the cookies I think!
- Joelen's Culinary Adventures: Spiced Pumpkin Fudge – November 18, 2010 – Sounds like something I might try for this year’s cookie party. I love all sorts of sweet pumpkin treats.
- Did you go to the Metro Show? Cranberry Sangria – November 17, 2010 – Sounds like a refreshing version of sangria just right for the holidays. Punches are always good for parties as they don’t require your attention once they are assembled. I would love to do a custom cocktail for our party, but don’t relish standing behind the bar mixing drinks all night.
- Editing your Google Docs on the go – November 17, 2010 – A great extension to the already great Google Docs. I use Google Docs more than I use MS Word or any other word processing program these days. For most people it is a more than acceptable replacement.