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When Substitutions Won’t Do

Surely I’m not the only person on the planet who has specific product brands they stick to.  It’s ok to sometimes sway over to generic or alternative brands on some things, but I have my limits, that’s for sure. Me being the kind of girls Girl that I am, I have to prove a valuable [...]

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A MomGadget Favorite – The Company Store for Kids

Anyone that’s been reading MomGadget for any length of time will know that one of my personal favorite online stores is The Company Store. I can’t stress enough, how very much I LOVE my bamboo towels, my egyptian cotton sheets, my wonderful comfy bathrobe and my amazingly comfy pillows. I call these items, Christmas for [...]

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HP Photosmart A626 – A MomGadget Review

Any parent knows just how important capturing all those priceless little photo moments with children can be. And for many of us parents, having those photos stored in a file on our computer has become the norm. We want copies, prints we can frame and place on display around our homes or offices – but [...]

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First Day of Back to School – Let the games begin

Today IS the day! This morning at 7:00 AM our four kids scurried out to the end of the drive awaiting their first bus ride of the school year. Of course I was just inside the sun porch trying to control my excitement as I watched the little devils angels board and take their seats. [...]

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Firefox 2.0.0.5 Risk

According to a message posted over the weekend on the Full-Disclosure mailing list, the latest version of Firefox, 2.0.0.5, contains a password management vulnerability that can allow malicious Web sites to steal user passwords. If you have JavaScript enabled and allow Firefox to remember your passwords, you are at risk from this flaw. The Mozilla [...]

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Blog Tops the list of hated Internet words

Gosh, I’m feeling like I may have to start speaking a different language — much of my current vocabulary is appearing on the list. “Blog”, “netiquette”, “cookie” and “wiki” have been voted among the most irritating words spawned by the Internet, according to the results of a poll published Thursday. Topping the list of words [...]

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MomGadget Featured on Quasi Fictional – Fine Art of Blogging

I feel so honored to have joined ranks with some amazing bloggers on Quasi Fictional – Fine Art of Blogging Blogger Spotlight. Looking through the list of fellow bloggers that have been featured in this spotlight, I’m truly humbled. Be sure to check out some of the other amazing features while you’re there: Liz Strauss [...]

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Yes Virginia, There Really is a Craig

Time added Craig Newmark to its Time 100 list of top business titans. Craig Newmark founded the “little bulletin board that could” in ’95; Craigslist now gets 18 million visitors a month. I remember when Craigslist was only serving the Bay Area alone. It’s been interesting to see such a ‘simple’ site maintain it’s simplicity [...]

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Simply Successful Secrets

My friend Char tapped me earlier for the Simply Successful Secrets meme. It’s not too often that I feel compelled to participate in meme’s but today was different – very different in fact. When I went to check out what Char was up to now I found myself drawn in by two key elements of [...]

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This Weeks MomGadget Blog Carnivals

I’m really excited at the increase in Blog Carnivals that so many are coming up with and offering to host.  You can find a complete list on our FORUM if you’d like to consider participating. The great thing about blog carnivals is that it provides you with a topic to write about – which is [...]

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