A while back, I bought a Wink Hub, a futuristic device that allows you to control electronic devices in the home via the magic of Wi-Fi. I paid around $40 for the Wink Hub on Amazon and then bought two Wink compatible LED light bulbs locally at Home Depot or Lowes. I don’t remember which. … Continue Reading “Thinking about buying a Wink Hub?”
I have a terrible track record with buying electronic stud finders: they never work. It never fails. I run an electronic stud finder over the wall and it lights up and beeps, telling me that it just found a stud. Then, after marking the exact spot it said there was a stud, I drill into it, … Continue Reading “A stud finder that actually works”
If you take part in Associates Central, Amazon’s affiliate program, you probably already know that the official tool for creating Amazon affiliate links is awful. It’s bloated and includes a lot of unnecessary code. Here’s the HTML code it generated to create a simple text link for Ancillary Justice, a sci-fi novel I’m reading: This code … Continue Reading “How to make better Amazon affiliate links”
If you live in the state of Maryland and purchase something from Amazon, an extra six percent will be added to your purchase price and funneled to Maryland in the form of a sales tax. This change goes into effect beginning today. Until now, Amazon did not collect Maryland sales tax because they did not … Continue Reading “Amazon to start charging Maryland sales tax”
There’s already a comic retailer advocacy group, ComicsPRO, but according to comments made by Dennis Barger, ComicsPro is only looking out for themselves.