(1) Kingston DT110G/8GB USB 2.0 Hi-Speed Data Traveler
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Every father knows. There's nothing like that moment when your baby
daughter looks into your eyes, puts her chubby little hands on your
cheeks, and says the word you've been longing to hear: "data".
Your heart just melts.
Of course, she's still too young for the Kingston DT110G/8GB USB 2.0
Hi-Speed Data Traveler. She'd try to eat it, the little darling - it's
a documented fact that babies believe that data can be absorbed orally.
But I couldn't resist buying her one anyway, for when she gets a little
older. When she nestles against me and lets out a little sigh of
contentment, I know that I owe it to this fragile little life to give
her the most convenient, portable Flash storage I can. How much do I
love you, sweet little baby girl? 8 GB, that's how much.
Warranty: Five Year Kingston
8GB of flash storage
Compliant -- designed to Hi-Speed USB 2.0 specifications
Convenient -- pocket-sized for easy transportability
Simple -- just plug and play into a USB port
Practical -- no cap to lose; USB connector protected within case
Dimensions -- 2.142" 0.836" x 0.512" (54.41mm x 21.24mm x 13.00mm)
Supported Operating Systems:
Windows XP (SP1, SP2)
Windows 2000 (SP4)
Mac OS (10.3.x and above)
Linux (2.6 and above)
In the box:
Kingston DT110G/8GB USB 2.0 Hi-Speed Data Traveler
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(1) Black Woot Tee
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Welcome Woot-Off fans: a battle is raging between our older shirts on <a style="color: rgb(242, 159, 1);" href="http://shirt.woot.com/28w.r">the Reckoning chart</a>, where only the strongest-selling survive. Buy them and join the fray.
What is America? Is it a hand from a German? A thigh from Russia? An
ear from London, a tongue from Mexico, a chest from Canada, a kidney
from Thailand, a back from Senegal? It is all these things and more,
stitched together into a freakish shambling mess that somehow cannot be
stopped by fire or pitchforks or angry villagers.
but pretending it wants to be left alone, the monster that did not ask
to be looks only to find a place in the world, and a partner. It makes
mistakes, sure, but why should we focus on that little girl with the
roses over and over again? Why not instead look forward to the grand
future ahead of the monster? A future where the supernatural Draculas
and werewolves of the Old Country must give way to a thing of pure
reason, birthed by the science and technology we now outsource to
India. Oh brave new world that has such monsters in it!
This shirt was designed by: <a href="http://www.coroflot.com/robertgould">Robert Gould</a>, an illustrator from San Diego, CA. He encourages you to wear this shirt without a bib so that you can feed his frankenstein.
Wear this shirt: to do the chores in fresh air. Farm living is the life!
Don't wear this shirt: to visit the stores in Times Square. Don't you adore a penthouse view?
This shirt tells the world: "YOU. WIFE. GOODBYE. LIFE."
We call this color: Black Acres We Are There (doo doot doo doot doot... doot doot!)
Design Placement: Centered
M - 3X: 13.64" x 20"
S - WS: 10.23" x 15"
Everybody knows the difference between Northern California and
Southern California, right? Redwoods versus palms. Hippies versus
surfers. Giants versus Dodgers. Chilly winds versus balmy breezes. Wine
That's right. If you're looking for California wine from off the beaten Napa-Sonoma track, look WAY off the track. Some 500 miles toward Mexico, the Temecula Valley AVA
has been producing little-known but much-loved wines for decades now -
indeed, wine cultivation in the area dates back to the Spanish
missionaries of the 1820's. And why not? Temecula's got the low
rainfall, cool nights, granitic soils, and long growing season you need
to make exceptional wines. So what if its area code is 951 instead of
If you're one of the many Wine.Wooters who enjoyed <a href="http://wine.woot.com/Blog/ViewEntry.aspx?Id=2360">our first Stuart Cellars deal</a>,
you don't need us to tell you all this stuff. This award-winning,
family-run winery lets the bottles do the talking. In a distinctive
Southern California accent, the Stuart Cellars 2004 Tatria says "Enjoy
my complex array of fruit, floral, and spicy notes." Blackberry, black
currant, violets, rose petals, clove, smoke, toasted oak, caramel: it's
all in this Meritage blend of 68% Cabernet Sauvignon, 17% Merlot and
15% Cabernet Franc. And it's wrapped in a full mouthfeel, a silky
texture, and a long, elegant finish.
The Stuart Cellars 2004
Cabernet Franc makes a similar case with aromas of tobacco, black
cherry, spice, and licorice. The one geographic oddball in the pack,
the Stuart Cellars 2006 Zinfandel, actually hails from Jose Lopez
vineyard in the nearby Cucamonga Valley. Although they're only 18
inches tall, these vines were planted in 1918 and have won more awards
along the way than Michael Jackson, Al Gore, and Barry Bonds combined.
Dark berry flavors are spiced with hints of mocha, brown sugar, and
rosemary for a sophisticatedly SoCal wine experience now or five years
Nobody's disputing that "California Wine Country"
will always refer to more northerly precincts of the state. But if you
still think Southern California is all starlets and smog, it's time for
a glass or three from this Staurt Cellars Temecula Trio.