Since the publishing of this post, PhotoXpress provided an explanation, I am sharing it with the readers at the end of this post. I declined their offer, but you might want to call them on it. Why do companies resort to questionable … [Read more...] about Truth in Advertising
I recently switched from an iPhone to a Samsung Captivate, a smartphone based on Android OS. I feel utterly liberated. I am no longer forced to do things the iWay! iTunes is gone replaced by doing things the way I want. I can copy as many files as … [Read more...] about Android vs iPhone
After my very disappointing discovery that Amazon.com switches prices, vendors, and increases the prices for its Prime members when they are logged in, I have taken several steps and will change my buying habits and, if and when I shop at Amazon I … [Read more...] about Smarter Shopping at Amazon.com
Your Prime Membership May be Costing you More Than You Think In the last couple of days I have lost much confidence in Amazon.com. I have been a customer of Amazon from their first days, they were just struggling start up. Over the years, I … [Read more...] about Shame On You Amazon!
In the previous post, I explained how frustrated I was because of the unstoppable SPAM from the Wall Street Journal and speculated if it would be possible to stop this by changing my e-mail address to a bogus one. Well, I can tell you that WSJ must … [Read more...] about WSJ Saga Continues
Another mistake I made was to accept a free trial subscription from the Wall Street Journal. This, I did against my best judgment since in the past I had a serious problem stopping their SPAM. Well, we are all fallible. Then, the e-mails started … [Read more...] about Wall Street Journal Cannot Stop e-mail SPAM
Families and faculty watched with pride a group of Providence College School of Business students inducted into the honor society Tau Pi Phi. I am proud of all of them but want to name a few by name. Nicole Meyer and Emma Hansen were the two … [Read more...] about Tau Pi Phi Ceremony