This is a good next day flower delivery service http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ELpjE6xqGSE. It’s nationwide and also in Canada, they help you find the best option for each occasion. Good thing if you’re in need of flowers at the last minute.
If you’re looking for a car loan and have no credit there are a lot of options, www.youtube.com/watch?v=YwgBBdOfhiI. Great for students or people that don’t have any credit. Not for the bad credit types but they have some other options.
If you’re looking to order flowers, these guys helped me out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFJaP9ISACg. I got a good set of flowers for a birthday party. All different flowers to check out. They’re not only in San Jose.
If you’re looking for a limo in San Jose, these guys have been doing a good job in the southbay www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBwXSS98rS4
Things are looking good or just hype? http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/markets/2013/11/18/stocks-monday/3624335/
If you need a car loan and you have fair credit or no credit, check out http://nocreditfaircreditautoloans.blogspot.com/. Not really good for people with bad credit though.
Just got a new marble top coffee table for the place http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1Z8M8-3pTk. These things are awesome and pretty sturdy pieces of furniture.
Just got a new set of headphones, the Sony MDR V6, I’m also thinking about getting the Ludacris headphones. Usually celebrity headphones are overrated but this time they did a good job. Get away from the mini iphone headphones already!!
This sounds pretty intersting:
A new project from gadget maker Motorola is seeking to develop modular smartphones that feature interchangeable parts.
The endeavor, called Project Ara, is described as an “open hardware platform” where developers create smartphones with parts users can easily swap out.
Paul Eremenko, a member of Motorola’s Advanced Technology and Projects Group, says the goal of the project is to give users “the power to decide what your phone does, how it looks, where and what it’s made of, how much it costs, and how long you’ll keep it.”
The phones would consist of a frame, or endoskeleton, that holds a variety of modules ranging from a processor or display to a camera. So, for example, let’s say you own this smartphone but want a better camera. Users would simply buy an upgraded camera module and replace the older version without getting a new phone.
Motorola will partner with the modular smartphone project Phonebloks to help design the devices. Developers’ kits will be available starting this winter.
If you’re in San Jose check these guys out http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80R96XYR-3w if you need a San Jose shuttle service. They are friends and do a great job. They have helped me out so many times when I was in a crunch and you can get town cars for pretty cheap, cheaper than taxis a lot of times. They’re Corinthian Transportation, great service.