Cruising the usual blags today, and came across TasteBook. You can create a customized cookbook (professional looking, mind you) with a mix of your own recipes, and ones taken from epicurious.com. I am thinking that sort of thing would be a neat gift for the amateur chefs of the world.
Lifehacker has 2 parts posted of their Power Traveler’s Checklist, which is an awesome list of web sites, tips and tricks that will make travel (especially air travel) MUCH easier. Part 1 is all about preparation, including finding the best fare prices and how to pack effectively. Part 2 is about the travel day itself,… Continue reading Lifehacker's Power Traveler's Checklist
Here’s more fun found at Lifehacker: PriceDrop. It lets you track items on Amazon for price drops, and the advantage is all the details are stored locally, not on an external website. Very useful to keep an eye on items for price guarantees. There’s a somewhat similar web-based app called PriceProtectr that works for a… Continue reading PriceDrop – Firefox Extension
If you are the sort of person who wants to make maximum use out of the food you buy, but always end up throwing your perishables away because of spoilage, check out Best When Used By. Plug in the food you buy, the expiry date, and it will keep you up to date on how… Continue reading Best When Used By