Friday, November 7th, 2008
Hello friends, and welcome to this Fridays installment of the iResQ blog. Well, I have to say it’s getting a little chilly here Kansas City. Good thing we are heating up the ol’ web page and adding some awesome new services. Oh, you didn’t notice that our web page has changed? Well, that’s just silly. You had to have noticed that we are now offering the same great full-service repairs that we are known for on your PSP!! That’s right- if you love your PSP but something seems a little off, just send it to us and we can repair it for you! Isn’t that awesome? Yeah, I think so too. Also, check out our new featured employee, the young Dillon Joeckel. He is one of our leading iPhone repair technicians and if you’re like me you will notice he has great taste in television shows and music. Anyway, that’s about all I have to discuss today. Please take some time and look around our newly designed website, and don’t forget to give us a call if your PSP happens to break down.
Have a great weekend, and be safe.
Wednesday, March 12th, 2008
I know I usually post on Tuesday, but I didn’t last week, and forgot to yesterday. Here it is. A friend pointed out to me today that a new website has launched called Hulu. You may be wondering what a website with that name would do, so I will show you.
If you didn’t guess already, it is a website dedicated to have “the most comprehensive selection” of television shows, media clips and feature films. Think of it like this, if everyone could tape their DVR’s and Tivos together and make one giant collection to watch anywhere at anytime for anyone and have it be free, this would be it.
They are able to do this with limited ad support. You will see tiny snippets from various companies, they are just like commercials but shorter and (I think) a little less annoying. Thinking twice about paying to download movies and television shows from iTunes? Well, you should. Grant it you cannot download these pieces of media, but you can enjoy them on any portable device that has an internet connect and a browser that supports flash. (Sorry iPhone people, not just yet)
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