Monthly Archive: May 2010

How Good or Bad is 1&1 Hosting?

This isn’t a review as most of you would think. I know that I haven’t posted in a long time here on Enkay Blog but I think the time has come that I do start posting on here. I’ve missed the blog a lot and school has now come to a close and that means, more time for my blog. Interestingly enough, this comeback post is somewhat weird for me. I have been with 1&1 Hosting for about 4 years now and have never had any problems but I started to get concerned after I received this email from a...

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Launching WhatISeenToday.com

Hey guys, I need some major support because I have just launched a new website called WhatISeenToday.com. As the name implies, its a collection of pictures that users and I submit of things that they come across in their daily lives that just brings a smile to their faces or even makes you question something. I have a Twitter Page set up as well as a Facebook page. All the links are below! Check out the website by going here or clicking the picture above! Thanks for your support and let me know your thoughts! If you have pictures that...

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I Have a Bone to Pick

As you all know, I am a big car guy and I have test driven a wide variety of cars and I generally critique cars – whether I like them or dislike them – even if I own them. Now before I start talking about the image above, I just want to clarify that I own a Toyota and I actually like the Scion lineup. The problem that I have is I wonder, I really really wonder why Toyota — or better said, the designers of the xB decided that it might be better to design the car with only...

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HB Markets – Have You Heard About It?

Like many of you, the sinking stock market kind of has me bummed and although I, unlike most others, don’t have much to lose, I still want to make sure that my trades are being processed at the best prices. I use AmeriTrade and they can be somewhat expensive when it comes down to certain things but apparently a company by the name of HB markets is willing to make a difference. They consider themselves the stockbrokers that are different from everyone else. They suggest that stockbroking is not just about the stock market breaking news, share dealing, penny shares...

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