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[7 Jul 2012 | No Comment | 9,619 views]
Best Burger in New Jersey – Krugs Tavern Ranks

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Krug’s Tavern Hits the Spot Down Neck
Serving up great food and spirits with a friendly laid back attitude.
Ready to take a step back in a time when life was simple and the neighborhood had a friendly active pulse. We’re heading to the Ironbound section of Newark, for a good ole
fashioned neighborhood watering hole that’s also serving up some great food. Grab a chrome bar stool, stare at a Yankee repeat from the night before, and begin to hear and smell the meat sizzling on the flattop. …

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[5 Jul 2012 | 3 Comments | 47,872 views]
Cablevision Optimum to Require ALL TVs to Have Box

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Cablevision’s Optimum TV is finishing a conversion to all-digital service during the next week that requires installing cable boxes — leaving some viewers who didn’t get the boxes without their usual service.
The boxes are still available free until August 7 in the New Jersey/New York metro area. Boxes will restore the older nondigital “analog” stations, which are the basic ones, like the New York City TV stations, as well as permit a full range of digital channels that the company is trying to market.
According to the …

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[4 Jul 2012 | No Comment | 18,424 views]
General Henry Knox – America’s Forgotten General

Father of the American Army Artillery
Father of the American Navy
Father of the Draft
Fate has it often where those who put themselves in constant danger and face death every day are often spared until some freak accident takes them away from us. General Henry Knox, one of America’s most noteworthly and often overlooked Revolutionary War General fit that description after serving in some of America’s fiersiest battles, dies from eating a chicken bone.  Let’s take a look back at one of the greatest military geniuses of our time, General Henry Knox.

What was …

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[19 May 2012 | No Comment | 2,779 views]
NHRA to eTown 2012 — Preview

Thrills, Tailgating, & Testostorone (T3 for sure!). – Sunday, June 3, 2012

For the 43rd time, the NHRA travels to New Jersey for the NHRA Supernationals from June 1-3, 2012 at the famed Raceway Park in Englishtown, New Jersey.
Make sure you’re part of the action. Tailgating starts Sunday, June 3, 2012 at 7:30am sharp (rain or shine). The tent will be up and the truck packed (Yes we have the top this time!) . Mark your calendars cause the date has shifted again.

Also, many of the areas most dedicated race fans …

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[12 May 2012 | No Comment | 3,202 views]
Consultants Still Don’t Do It – The Trend

Nowhere in the corporate America was something as funny as when UPS depicted two consultants pitching a corporate executive with a solution only to follow up after the approval to go ahead with “Do it? We don’t do it!
Take a look back to this “We don’t actually do it…..” and “Can you imagine that guy? was the classic ending to a something that’s become more prevelent across corporate America a decade later.

Released during the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, the commercial struck a nerve that resonates even more today given economic challenges …

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[6 May 2012 | No Comment | 7,674 views]
Hiding Your Facebook Posts to Friends

Lets say you grab your kids smartphone and you add yourself to their friends list and you don’t want them to see your posts. Yes you can hide Facebook Posts so they don’t show up on one of your Friends walls.
With the new “timeline” format to Facebook, the process is a bit more complicated.
Here’s how you hide posts from Facebook Friends that you don’t really want them to know you’re posting:

Next to your homepage is a arrow – Click on the Account Settings Link
Click on “Privacy Settings”
Find the  Timelines and …

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[27 Dec 2011 | No Comment | 13,137 views]
Copying iTunes Music to a New Computer

Congratulations, you just bought a new computer and you want to move all of your kids iTunes from the old one to the new computer.  Sounds pretty simple right? It is if you know what to do.
Apple has been trying to keep up with consumer needs but it’s a bit tricky to keep up with the process and the new technology. So when you come home with that new computer and the kids are all freaking becuase you have to copy 5 iTunes profiles to the new computer, there is an easier …

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[26 Dec 2011 | No Comment | 49,277 views]
iCloud Does Not Store All of Your Music For Free

Before you click the button to backup all your info on the iCloud, you should read on. There’s a lot of mystery out there about the cloud. Sure, the cloud is this big nebulous thing out in cyberspace where you get to store your music, pictures, files or whatever and that’s great. But don’t be fooled into thinking that once you choose the iCloud setting that your new iPhone or iTouch that it’s going to back up ALL of your media and information. The iCloud is selective and you need to know how to navigate …

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[19 Nov 2011 | No Comment | 5,999 views]
Tensions Rise as 2011 “Pull This” Sporting Clay Championship Nears

Trash Talk and Idle Threats Grow as Championship Nears
Basking Ridge, New Jersey-The stakes are high and the bragging rights are even higher as teams prepare for the 2011 New Jersey “Pull This” Sporting Clay Braga Dosha Team Challenge Cup to be held at the prestigious Lehigh Valley Sporting Clay and Trap Club on November 25, 2011. After teams stuff down huge quantities of fowl and libations, it’ll be a winner take all event at this years challenge.
Brooks Betz, Chair of the 2011 “Pull This Challenge” noted at the press conference …

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[17 Oct 2011 | No Comment | 4,707 views]
Army Navy Football Walk to Raise Money for Wounded Soldiers

As American’s we owe so much to our wounded soldiers. This year a non-profit organization called Team Red White and Blue, led by Army Soldiers and Navy Sailors will carry a football from Shanksville, PA to the FedEx Field in Baltimore, Maryland which will end on December 10, 2011 just before the 2011 Army Navy football classic  to raise money for wounded veterans. The first annual event is a new fundraiser and awareness campaign to bring attention to our wounded veterans and how we can all support them in their time of …