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Lenovo ThinkPad T400 battery Take Caring

14th March 2011
Take care of your lenovo thinkPad t400 battery and ensure that it will be ready to work properly when you need it most. Some general tips for the Lenovo t400 laptop battery care include: avoid extreme temperatures, don’t leave the lenovo thinkPad t400 bat... Read >
Author: catteryse

Make Your Air conditioner Work Again with Air Con Regas

15th October 2010
For a whole lot of people, nothing is much worse than traveling in a hot car amidst the summer. However, what will happen when car's air conditioning is not working at all? You may not only feel miserable, you would wonder as to how this thing could be ag... Read >
Author: Michael Miller

Air Con Regas: Getting Your Air Conditioner Working Right Again

17th December 2009
For many people, there is simply nothing worse than climbing into a scorching hot car in the middle of summer. But what happens when the air conditioning isn't blowing cold either? Not only are you miserable, now you're wondering what it's going to take t... Read >
Author: steve magill

Starting Over at 47

27th October 2009
I always thought if I worked hard, I'd be employable. Back when I was twenty, it never occurred to me that by age 47 the world would consider me washed up. But it did. The work-a-holic hours and the "valuable" experience didn't ensure me a place in the wo... Read >
Author: Isiah Bond

Car Stickers Are Back! The auto graphic decal revolution

21st August 2008
Car Stickers have made an amazing return to the bumpers, rear-lites (back windscreens) and panels of vehicles all over the country. Find out here just what the sticker-rush is all about... You can't drive five metres without seeing a frangipani or the ... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

The Ideal Wine Cellar Temperature

21st March 2006
The ideal temperature to store wines is between 55ºF and 58ºF (13ºC–15ºC). However, any temperature between 40º–65ºF (5º–18ºC) will suffice as long as it remains constant. The degree and the speed of the temperature change are critical. A gradual chang... Read >
Author: Chris Miley
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