Saturday – May 26 – Large Garage Sale
Huge garage – now look what’s available – a 1,200 sq. ft. garage loaded with:
- Designer bathroom sink
- Fitness equipment
- Englander Wood Stove
- Oak dining room table (round)
- Kitchen utensils
- Computer equipment
- Pictures & Frames
- Home decor
- CD player
- Kitchen sink
- Garden supplies
- Terracotta pots
- Pottery & Glassware
- Office Telephone System (5-line)
- Walnut Office Desk and lots more (that’s just a sampling of the items).
Lady of the house says,
Everything must go! Come all and come early!
7:30am – Noon
Located 5 minutes from VA Center Commons Mall area.
I-95 Atlee/Elmont exit
Take the Elmont exit
Go to Route 1, turn RIGHT (north)
LEFT at Cedar Lane (adjacent 7-11)
Go 1.5 miles and turn LEFT on Old Washington Hwy
Go 1/4 mile, Yellow Farm House on RIGHT
11025 Old Washington Hwy, Glen Allen, VA 23059
The term Cyber Monday refers to the Monday immediately following Black Friday; the first Monday after Thanksgiving Day. It is considered the ceremonial kick-off of the online holiday shopping season. Whereas Black Friday is associated with traditional brick-and-mortar stores, "Cyber Monday" symbolizes one of the busiest days of the year for online retailers although the busiest online shopping day of 2005 was actually December 12.
The idea was that consumers would return to their offices after the Black Friday weekend and then make online purchases – buying all of the stuff they didn't find in their local stores.
Cyber Monday has evolved into a significant marketing event, sponsored by the National Retail Federation's Shop.org division, in which online retailers offer low prices and special "today only" promotions. Here are a few "current" examples: Continue reading
Proud to be a University of Florida alumni – congratulations Gators!
Looking for a tech job or are you interested in providing a listing service for those seeking a new job? Pop on over to TechCrunch, they have an excellent review of the current state of affairs for job boards such as SimplyHired and job a matic.
One more, come on you can do it! The latest twist to the iPod is iTrain, which has already received a lot of press. Other than a really annoying website, the service appears to be a sound innovation. You download exercise workouts prepared by certified personal trainers, go to the gym (or wherever) then hit play.
Sounds like a solid idea, but I wonder if charging for the service will last long. Others will likely provide the workouts for free and include a few content related ads. Personally, I don't think you can replace the value of a personal trainer with an MP3. But if it works for you that's all that matters.
From a marketing standpoint there are hundreds of new ways to use portable MP3 players. It's not just music anymore. Are you using your iPod or similar device in an innovative way? If so, let us know.
Hat tip to The Final Sprint for alerting us to this story. Here's an excerpt from their post:
A new addition to the iPod craze has spawned – the iTrain, it allows users to download personalized workout information straight to their MP3 player. Workout choices include: iTrain, iClimb, iTread, iCycle, and iStrength, for other options visit their website. A yearly workout package runs for $49.99, a monthly for $9.99, or if you’d like, get a sampler for under $1.00 per workout.
The power of thinking positive is presented in this "Free Hugs" video. It has been viewed almost 7 million times – guaranteed to please, enjoy!
Tired of waiting in lines at the video store? OK, who does that anymore anyway?
If you’re a movie junkie, you’ll want to read TechCrunch’s review of movie download services. Nick Gonzales provides a comprehensive review of Guba, CinemaNow, MovieLink, Amazon Unbox, and iTunes. He also provides a comparison chart for the services reviewed.
[tags] TechCrunch, Movie download, Guba, CinemaNow, MovieLink, Amazon Unbox, eoecho.com, eoecho [/tags]
So you know your site is popular, but you would like some proof. Social meter scans the major social websites to analyze a webpage’s social popularity. Currently they scan Bloglines, Del.icio.us, Digg, Google, Rojo, Shadows,Technorati and Yahoo My Web: social meter
[tags] social meter, popular sites, eoecho.com, eoecho [/tags]
Thanks to Read/Write Web, we just learned of an incredible new battery.
Simon Daniel, the CEO of Moixa Energy, introduced his company’s new invention to an audience at DEMOfall; a battery called USBCell that charges from any USB port. There are billions of USB ports in desktops and laptops, which you can use to recharge these environmentally friendly, and very smart, batteries. To learn more about the batteries and the company behind this great invention, visit: USBCell.
TechCrunch.com has an extended write-up of the companies and products at DEMOfall.
DEMOfall is taking place in San Diego and it is one of the premier launch venues for new products, technologies and companies. DEMO has established a reputation for identifying and presenting the products most likely to have a significant impact on the marketplace and market trends in the coming year.
[tags] USBCell, USB batteries, Moixa Energy, eoecho.com, eoecho [/tags]
As a volunteer business advisor for SCORE, I meet with entrepreneurs that are looking for business plan resources. Here’s one that provides “Free Sample Business Plans.” Pay particular attention to the management and marketing sections of the plans. Also, you don’t need more than 8-10 pages for your business plan; it isn’t an operational plan. Stay focused on the big picture.
The following link provides a list of 60 free sample business plans:
Sample Business Plans and Business Plan Examples – Bplans.com
[tags] free business plans, business plans, business resources, eoecho.com, eoecho [/tags]
Sharing files with others is an everyday occurrence. Most people shuffle files via email, but there are other options.
TechCrunch does an outstanding job reviewing the concept and four file sharing services. Check it out at:
Techcrunch Â» Letâ€™s Share Some Files
[tags] file sharing, techcrunch, eoecho.com, eoecho [/tags]
Our friends over at blogging for business have a nice piece on shopping carts for those interested: Shoppinig Carts for Blogs
Let me know if you have any recommendations yourself. I’m in the process of setting up a shopping cart to sell automotive racing gear for a colleagues website.
[tags] shopping carts, blogs, eoecho.com, eoecho [/tags]