(1) Linksys WPC300N Wireless-N MIMO Notebook Adapter
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Maybe they huddled together on a crowded ship, cardboard suitcases
in hand, for the long journey to the New World. Maybe they turned the
American soil one spadeful at a time, carving civilization out of the
wilderness. Maybe they sweated in 12-hour shifts in some hellish
factory, smoke and soot stinging their eyes. Whatever your forebears
did to build America, they did with an eye on one great, transcendent
"Someday, my great-great-great-great grandchildren will enjoy truly high-speed wireless networking."
You're not going to let them down now. Not with the Linksys WPC300N Wireless-N MIMO Notebook Adapter finally in our grasp. Its 802.11n technology is up to 12 times faster than wireless-G, and its MIMO
adapter uses multiple streams to ensure increased range and
reliability. If your notebook PC has an open CardBus slot, and your
home network has a wireless-N access point, you're ready to enjoy the
kind of fast, mobile connectivity that the Gilded Age masses could only
It wasn't easy for brave Stanislaus to leave
the old country, or for young Millie to work that loom instead of going
to school. But they did because they knew that, someday, you would be
able to download the latest celebrity sex tape in mere minutes, without
the inconvenience of wires. Forget democracy, freedom, and home
ownership: that's the real American dream.
Warranty: 1 Year Linksys
High-speed Wireless-N (draft 802.11n) networking for your notebook computer
Up to 12 times faster than Wireless-G, but can also connect to Wireless-G and -B networks
MIMO technology uses multiple radios to create a robust signal that travels up to 4 times farther and reduces dead spots
Performance Investment Protection: Compatibility with Wireless-B (802.11b)and Wireless-G (802.11g) standards
Advanced wireless security: Wi-Fi Protected Access™ (WPA2) with up to 256-bit encryption
Easy to use Setup Wizard
32-bit CardBus interface
Plug-and-Play operation provides easy setup
Compatible with Microsoft® Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Vista
2nd place in Derby #59: At The Luau, with 569 votes!
marks of status and esteem, traditional Hawaiian tattoos used
geometrical and natural forms to describe an individual's role in
society. The more prominent in the hierarchy one was, the more
extensive and intricate one's tattoos. So chiefs and their families
would endure long, painful hours at the hands of the most skilled
tattooists, pricking their noble skins over and over with crude needles
made from bird claws or fish bones.
Thanks to this shirt,
you can wear the same kind of design with none of the pain! Oooh, look
at you, you're a chief now! Ain't consumerism grand?
This shirt was designed by: Derby contestant OpenDesign, who, despite his name, is not desktop publishing software from 1991.
Wear this shirt:
if you're the kind of person who knows the proper pronunciation of
"ukulele". And who doesn't hesitate to let everyone know about it.
Don't wear this shirt: while you're swimming. No matter what you look like under it, your shame looks worse.
This shirt tells the world: "I'm not your Grandpa's Hawaiian shirt."
We call this color: Grass Skirt.
Design Placement: Centered
M - 3X: 15" x 8.4"
S - WS: 11.25" x 6.3"
Brace yourself for a shocking revelation about Benziger Winery. They've been <a href="http://www.benziger.com/pdf/JuneWineSpec_BZGreen.pdf">praised in the press</a>
for their sustainable Biodynamic® farming practices. They've been
lauded for their apparent concern for the health of the soil and the
larger environment, and their appreciation of their role in stewardship
of the Earth for future generations. And all this may be true. But <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIwShEl23HA">recently uncovered video evidence</a> reveals a far less altruistic motive behind the way Benziger grows their grapes.
They do it because it makes the wine taste better.
that shocking video, grower George MacLeod, Benziger growing overseer
Mark Burningham and Benziger winemaker Rodrigo Soto openly discuss the
way their farming practices enhance the wine's flavor. Without shame,
they freely admit that careful grape growing leads to enhanced flavor.
if this wasn't damning enough, more evidence appears in the form of
these three bottles of Benziger Winery 2006 MacLeod Vineyard Sauvignon
Blanc - the very same wine featured in the video. Its elegance and
texture clearly bear the mark of a wine that has been painstakingly
grown and produced. Every crisp, clean note of melon and green apple
further testifies to the MacLeod family's natural vineyard management.
a sip or two of this Sauvignon Blanc and it's clear: despite their
eco-friendly practices, Benziger Winery sacrifices nothing in terms of
pleasure. Hasn't anyone told them that environmental responsibility is
supposed to be a chore?