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Predictably Irrational: The Hidden Forces That Shape Our Decisions by Dan Ariely

September 9th, 2009 · No Comments

Dan Ariely is trying to explain why we make the decisions that we make and more important, why in most cases we do not have as much control over our decisions, as we think. This is valid in dating, reserving a hotel room, and even office theft… Another example – why in some European countries, […]

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Tags: Books

Craftsman 36cc, 16 in. Gas Chain Saw review

September 5th, 2009 · No Comments

Once upon a time, there were the old chainsaws. They would rattle and shake so much , putting your dental work in jeopardy. The new craftsman chain saw is smooth, easy to start, and has a few nice features: Automatic oiling makes continuous cutting easy and prolongs chain life “EZ Adjust” mechanism for chain tension […]

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Tags: Home and Garden

Shoei RF 1000 motorcycle helmet review

August 9th, 2009 · 2 Comments

My trusty Arai Quantum (Mick Doohan replica) had known better days, so I decided to buy myself a new helmet. The choice was either the HJC AC-12 Carbon Vader Helmet (newer next generation is now called the FS 15 model) or the Shoei RF1000 (Flutter TC-2). I did ride with the HJC AC12 for a […]

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Tags: Motorcycles & Scooters

Motorola T305 Bluetooth Hands Free Speaker review

July 31st, 2009 · 3 Comments

I bought the Motorola T305 speaker as present for my father along with a Nokia 6267 phone. Chose it cause it’s small, wireless (besides when charging it of course) and cheap. The T305 is a bluetooth speaker, so it will work only with cell phones that have bluetooth (most cell phones have it) . It […]

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Tags: Electronics

Jim dunlop volume pedal review & volume adjustment fix

July 15th, 2009 · 23 Comments

This article was meant to be a Dunlop volume pedal (GCB-80 is the model) review but as it turns out, it will be a how-to-fix-it manual as well… Let’s start at the end – this pedal has one “tiny” problem -it does not allow no volume at all, but rather the pedal starts from some […]

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Tags: DIY (do it yourself) · Music · Musical Instruments

Fender or Gibson? A tic tac toe game shall decide…

July 9th, 2009 · No Comments

This game was made by me loooong time ago in school. It’s the same principle as the classic TTT, only here there are no O Vs X , but rather a Fender Vs Gibson. May the best guitar win! If you can’t see the game, you can install shockwave quickly via Adobe site (very small […]

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Tags: Internet · Just Fun

Jordan including Petra – impressions and tips for traveler

June 7th, 2009 · 2 Comments

In this article I’ll write about my trip to Jordan, give some tips and suggestions and my overall impressions. I’ve been there as a backpack, with 2 more friends, on a budget trip, for 4 days – Sun to Wed on the 31.5 to 3.6.2009. If you need further help, feel free to contact me […]

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Tags: Tourism

Starting a Youtube clip from a certain time point

May 1st, 2009 · 5 Comments

You can add #t=XmYs to the end of any youtube URL , replace the X to whatever minutes, and replace the Y to whatever seconds. For ex., here’s a link to a particular 🙂 interesting part of a clip I made (after you see the example, see the whole clip, it’s an interesting one, about […]

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Tags: Internet

Repairing orange peel paint defect

March 8th, 2009 · 7 Comments

Following “Scooter and Motorcycle AirBrush Painting – doing it the right way” , on this article I will talk about how to repair a paint defect, or what’s known as “orange peel” paint defect. Incorrect air brushing (lack of air pressure, too little spraying or too fast), will sometimes result in a surface with small […]

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Tags: Crafts · Motorcycles & Scooters

“Cat Mate Elite Super Selective” electronic cat door/flap

February 26th, 2009 · 4 Comments

I used to have two cats- one black huge male and one petite delicate female (the one in the picture). The large male cat used to make sure the territory is clear… No cat got too close to the home base. I have a private home, so the cat’s were allowed to the yard outside […]

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Tags: Pets

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