Monthly Archives: October 2016

Gadgets October 25, 2016 posted by

Vacuum Marinator – marinate your meat in 15 minutes

Marinating meat makes it taste better but forgetting to put the meat in the fridge to soak up the marinade the night or at least a couple of hours before you’re planning to cook is really easy to do. If you’re constantly forgetting to plan your meals, the Vacuum Marinator can give you a delicious meal even when you’re forgetful.

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Vacuum Marinator – marinate your meat in 15 minutes
Gadgets October 24, 2016 posted by

Jiko Power – the device that turns fire into electricity

People see mobile devices as a luxury but the reality is, mobile devices connect the world and are the only link into the global network that many people in developed nations or not, have. So for people who don’t have access to stable electricity, keeping that connection can be difficult. The Jiko Power converts fire into energy so no matter where you are, you can stay connected.

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Jiko Power – the device that turns fire into electricity
Gadgets October 21, 2016 posted by

Food Kracker – defrost only what you need

It makes sense, from a financial standpoint, to buy your food in bulk which means that unless it’s shelf stable, it more than likely has to be frozen. If you’re tired of having to thaw a whole bag of something to cook a single meal, get the Food Kracker, the device that lets you portion out frozen foods.

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Food Kracker – defrost only what you need
Awesome October 20, 2016 posted by

Instagram help update – users can now send support when they see questionable content

Most of us spend a good deal of time online with social media. Although many of the people we follow are likely to be people we know, there’s a good chance you’ve got a few people that you watch on social media who you aren’t friends with. What do you do when you think they need help if you don’t know them well enough to send a note? Instagram has rolled out new features to get people support when they…

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Instagram help update – users can now send support when they see questionable content