I had to screenshot this, because I’m sure Best Buy will fix it soon. They have a 52″ Samsung for a mere $9.99!
Some of the reviews are rather amusing:
“overall sweet deal, it only costed me 9.99 per tv, that’s pretty dope, so I just bought 10 of em, only bad thing is that recycling fees are lame.”
What’s great about it: Costs only $9.99 apparently (no lie.. thats what it says at the time of this writing)
What’s not so great: $60.00 shipping ftl.
“When I first clicked the link going to this tv, I was doubtful that such a great deal existed. However, to my surprise, it was real. I proceeded to order 50 of these !
Great picture quality, great sound…
Then again, I’d be happy with an old CRT at that price!
Buy. It. Now.”
Dofollow vs. Nofollow
The majority of blogs implore the nofollow tag in their comments. That means that when you specify your website URL when leaving a comment, the link created does not help to elevate your website’s status in the algorithms search engines use. Although not really an “official” term, people often use dofollow to describe blogs that do not use the nofollow tag. In other words, comments left on these blogs do help to elevate your website’s status in search engines.
This post is probably as much for me as it is everyone else. I got sick of having to look up 3 or 4 different SSH keygen tutorials every time I needed to generate a private/public SSH key pair, so I thought I’d write up my own. Here’s how to make your own SSH keys at a shell prompt (i.e. Linux):
There have long been rumors of a Google Operating system. Last night those rumors were finally laid to rest with the announcement that a new Google operating system is in the works.
I almost bought an XBox 360 at Walmart this weekend, but a friend convinced me not to. The reason being is that Dell sells them and they often have coupons. I scoured the ‘Net yesterday for the best XBox 360 deal and finally found it. Indeed it was with Dell.