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blog post in No Food for Thought A Week at Club Med Cancun - Technically not so Greatly Organized I took a week of vacation and on a friend's suggestion, decided to spend it at Club Med's village in Cancun, Mexico . I had never tried Club Med, but I needed t
blog post in No Food for Thought Bontrager Velocis S2 gloves review After 17 winters riding bikes with often cold hands, I stumbled upon gloves specifically designed for winter biking. I decided to order [h
blog post in No Food for Thought EasyPHP review - not so easy to choose over XAMPP In recent years, I ranted about 2 of the main options for installing a development AMP (Apache, PHP) stack (including Xdebug) on Windows, namely XAMPP and [http
blog post in No Food for Thought Epson Blocked Printer Head Cleaning Kit review After my Epson WorkForce WF-3620 became essentially unusable, I looked for explanations, since this would be
blog post in No Food for Thought Epson WorkForce WF-3620 (on Debian GNU/Linux 8) My quest for a reliable and acceptably powerful personal all-in-one printer is apparently over . See updates I bought [http://www.epson.ca/cgi-bin/ceStore/jsp/Product.do?sku=C11CD19201|
blog post in No Food for Thought HP LaserJet Pro M227fdn (Debian GNU/Linux, Microsoft Windows) After giving up on my Epson WF-3620 all-in-one , I had gone through a sixth consecutive defective inkjet print
blog post in No Food for Thought Julbo photochromatic cycling glasses This summer I looked for cycling glasses which would not only protect my eyes from the Sun, but also minimize the airflow. After careful research, I chose [https://www.julbo.com/en_us/sunglasses/aeros
blog post in No Food for Thought Kryptonite Kryptolok Series 2 Standard Bicycle U-Lock Review I bought this U-lock last year to upgrade from a flexible cable lock. I expected the lock would be heavier, but I didn't expect s
blog post in No Food for Thought Timex T128 alarm clock: Imperfect, but Smooth Sometime in the second millennium, Realistic manufactured a Chronomatic radio alarm clock, which my parents bought for me. Over 2 decades of use later, my reliable alarm clock had only started dying.
blog post in No Food for Thought TP-Link Archer C8 Wi-Fi router review {REMARKSBOX(type="warning" title="Obsolete")}This post is about hardware version 2 of TP-Link's Archer C8 , which is obsolete. As of 2018-05-26, TP
blog post in No Food for Thought Winter sport helmets for commute bicycling (Marker Consort) The other weekend I went to a local sports shop and asked a nice merchant who daily commutes to work on bike even during winter about their helmets for winter sports. The guy had a Marker helmet and w

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