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What’s On Your Wrist?

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It’d be something if vegetables had hands—I mean, there’d be all sorts of neat things that we could do, like wear wristbands.

That’s right, there are so many neat wristbands out there that we could wear to remind us of things or to just carry around identification.

One of the wristbands I really like are those that reminds us of Jesus—WWJD.  Now, that phrase has been twisted many different ways—with all sorts of people trying to say that what they would do is what He would do, but it still carries a pretty powerful meaning.

And then there are the “Livestrong” ones that remind us to do our best.

It turns out that you can even create your own Custom Tyvek Wristbands where you can have your own message.  I’m thinking of getting one that says “Vegetables are more than ‘What’s for dinner’”.  What do you think?

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Finding a Good Web Host

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How do you know when you’ve found good web hosting for your website or your blog?

How do you know when you should be on shared hosting or a dedicated server?

There are so many options out there, so many different places to choose from, and if you stick to only one criteria the odds are that you won’t choose the best choice.

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Petunia In Wonderland?

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So, my boss had an crazy idea the other day.  You know how VeggieTales recently did an episode that was based on Wizard of Oz?  Well, he wanted to write an script based on Alice in Wonderland and try to pitch it to Bob the Tomato and see what he thought.

So, he’s got me looking at Costumes on the Internet to see if I can find something that will fit someone like Petunia.

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Hosting Your Own Website

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As you all know, I blog as well as have a day job.  It’s neat, in that I can express myself in words at night—enjoying the creative freedom that comes from that expression—while during the day I can solve complex mental puzzles—like the physics of how a vegetable can move things without hands, and what kind of soda a tomato would drink.

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