While we all keep hearing about iPhones, iPods, iPads, and their increased sales, diehard Apple fans are convinced they are getting the best product for their money. I think otherwise. Below are five reasons why PCs are still a MUCH better option than Macs. PCs Cost Less Macs continue to be priced way too high. Tell me you do not agree. And if you don’t, then you have been hypnotized, as well. Apple stores and apple.com have formulated a one-world pricing market for all things Apple, while in the PC universe, you will find multiple brands, plenty of retail stores, tons of sales and rebates, and many inexpensive refurbished components on the market that folks can use to create their own dream machines. Apple’s lowest [&hellip
The Tankless Water Heater vs Tank Water Heater debate is getting closer each year as the price of tankless water heaters continues to go down. Tankless Water heaters, or sometimes referred to as On-Demand Water Heaters, are the type of heating system that provide hot water only when needed. Compared to conventional water heating systems (tank), Tankless Water heaters don’t use up energy when not in use and this brings in a lot of power savings. Also, in general, they take up far less space and can be installed much easier than storage water heaters. Before, the process of heating water in households is through a water tank. When hot water is needed, you “turn it on” and minutes later once there is enough hot [&hellip
Tankless water heater such as those made by Navien are becoming an increasingly popular alternative to traditional storage water heaters. Made and distributed by a company called Kyung Dong Navien Co Ltd., a Korea-based boiler manufacturing company that specializes in oil boilers, gas boilers, heat transfer control systems and more including air conditioners and fan coils. With their Navien tankless water heater system, a typical household can have hot water without resorting to conventional water heating systems. As we all know, traditional storage water heaters create energy losses even in stand-by mode and this in turn cost money.
The adults in our extended family have been playing bocce for years. Younger kids have always wanted to get involved but of course, the grown ups always won. Enter the game of BOOCHIE, an incredibly fun take-off of bocce but intented for kids of all ages. The manufacturer’s recommended age is 8-15 years but in my opinion, that recommendation should change to 4 to 100. The great thing is that even the youngest player has a chance at winning.