MyFax Fax-to-email service

1 07 2008

Hello Everyone,

I am very sorry I have not posted for a few weeks. I have been visiting with family. But anyway, in response to one of my readers, I will be reviewing a fax-to-email service today, called MyFax.

To start off, I would like to say that this software is phenomenal! It is just like using Outlook Express in Windows XP. The User Interface is very simple and easy to use, and that is one of my favorite parts about any computer program out there.

MyFax works with a wide range of web browsers including Netscape, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Internet Explorer. It also works with many different email services, such as Google’s GMail, Yahoo!’s Yahoo! Mail, and Microsoft Network Hotmail. 

With MyFax, you can send many different faxed documents to up to nine of your friends, family, or anybody else that you are close to or love. There are also many innovative  features to protect your account, which include password protection and reporting.

MyFax will let you send up to 100 and receive up to 200 faxes before MyFax will start charging you more. I personally think that’s a pretty good deal! 🙂

All in all, MyFax is a revolutionary and innovative fax-to-email service, that makes you feel like you’re sending just another email. 

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A Converter Box-The Zenith DTT900

6 05 2008

If you pull an analog signal out of the air, you might have heard that you’re going to need to get one of those Digital TV Converter Boxes, which you can sign up for the coupon here. I’m going to review one of those DTV converter boxes-the Zenith DTT900. First of all, I love the way this converter box looks. Again, I’m attracted to shiny stuff like a magnet! To buy this stylish box, it will cost you only about $70, and $30 with the coupon.

To start receiving digital broadcasts, all you have to do is hook up your old analog antenna to the Zenith DTT900, and plug it into the TV. The box will do a channel scan, which scans all of the available channels in your area. I heard on HDTVexpert that it is the fastest channel-scan on all converter boxes. So, if you have a really busy schedule (or you just really want to watch perfect broadcasting) the box will do the channel scan really fast, so you can do more watching instead of waiting.

This box is great for parents who’s kids are begging for a TV, but they do not want to hire the cable guy to come. You will recieve almost-better-than-cable broadcasts, and if you were watching analog TV, there won’t be any random snow appearing as you watch.

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(To buy this converter box, click on the highlighted Zenith DTT900 at the beginning of the post, or just click here)

An Alternative to the iPod

2 05 2008

This ‘alternative’ to the iPod that I speak of is the SanDisk Sansa Fuze. Though the Fuze doesn’t have the hot styling of the iPod, it does have more bang for your buck. You get a 4 or 8 GB of space for your music, which is pretty big for a $99 MP3 Player. The Fuze even has an integrated voice recorder, so you can record personal messages, and the Fuze will replay them whenever you please. Cnet thought that the Fuze had a pretty simple interface, and we think so, too. The Fuze also has a device on it that rivals the iPod’s ‘click wheel’. It works much like it, only it physically moves along with you, unlike the ‘click wheel’. What I like best is that the Fuze has a built in FM tuner, sort of like the Zune, but (like I said earlier in the post) on a much lower price tag. I listen to the radio quite a bit in the car, and in my room, but if I’m at the airport, I’d be able to pull out my Fuze and start listening to the radio.

If you are eying the iPod, this would be a great, cheaper alternative!


AT&T Tilt Smartphone

1 05 2008

Though it may not have the cool multi-touch interface of the iPhone, or the styling, this phone may be a lower-cost alternative to the iPhone. The AT&T Tilt does have a really cool tilting screen (hence the name) with could make it function as a mini-laptop, if you didn’t have your laptop around. It runs Windows Mobile 6 and comes with IE Mobile, but if I was going to buy the Tilt, I would wait until Windows Mobile 6.1 comes out with the full browsing experience (set to compete with the iPhone’s). It even has a 3 MP camera. That’s a pretty big camera for a cellphone. But the best part about the Tilt is that it has 3G using HSDPA, compared to the iPhone’s slower speed while using AT&T’s EDGE network. The Tilt also has GPS support, so there’s no need for you to buy a GPS for your car.

The pictures taken from the 3 MP camera on the tilt weren’t quite out-of-this-world. They were a bit tingy, and should have been better for a 3 MP camera. You might want to think about buying a different digital camera if you are going to be using the camera a lot.

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iHome for your iPod

30 04 2008

The iHome is one of those docks that you can get for your iPod, and it’s definitely one of my favorites! The iHome takes advantage of the iPod’s great sound quality (which is one of the things that I LOVE about the iPod) and then amplifies it across the room. I listened to Let’s Get it Started by the Black Eyed Peas, and it sounded great. Or, if you’re in bed listening to your music, there’s a built-in volume switch which comes in handy, so you don’t have to use the iPod’s ‘click wheel’. Some of the iHomes can also double as an alarm clock, which I find pretty cool, so when I fall asleep, I can doze off or wake up to my favorite tunes. Also, with some of the iHomes, you can get a built-in radio tuner, which takes advantage of that feature that the iPod is missing.

The only thing that’s a minus about this product is a small one: it feels somewhat cheap. I don’t think the plastic was of the highest quality that there is. Anyway, it still works!

This would be a very worthwile investment if you had recently bought an iPod, and you are tired of sharing your other earbud with your friend.

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Hello again

19 09 2007

Hi Everyone,

I’m sorry I haven’t posted for a REALLY long time. But, I want to talk about the new iPod Touch.

The iPod Touch is pretty much the iPhone, without the phone (and the camera). It is a few millimeters thinner than the iPhone. My favorite thing about is is that is is the first iPod with WiFi and internet access. Now, I wouldn’t have to bring my laptop everywhere I go to surf the web. Another thing it has is the iTunes WiFi music store. You can download music right from your iPod whereber there is internet.

To learn more about the iPod Touch, go to

My Dad’s New Blog

20 05 2007


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