What's amazing about Threes is that it came out only one day before this review, but it's currently sitting at No. 1 in the paid app listings at the App Store. I think once you start playing and get to know the … Read more
Have you ever purchased an item from Amazon only to notice a short while later that its priced has dropped? If so, then you might be interested in an unpublished policy that Reddit user poorsoi has uncovered.
She asked a simple question: Could she get a refund on a wine rack that dropped about $8 after she purchased it?
The answer? Sure, we'll refund you the price difference of an item, as long as the price drop occurred within seven days of the delivery date. I will now purchase dog food -- an item with a fluctuating price that … Read more
Manic Matching will test your memory, but there isn't enough variation to keep the game interesting for long. The goal is to match cards with numbers and pictures to remove them from the board, and the layout and design are as basic as the game, itself.
Be careful during installation, as the program will try and get you to download a toolbar and change your default search if you click "Next" instead of "Skip" in one of the steps. It also might need to add some additional Microsoft programs, which makes the installation lengthy. On … Read more
Searching for a digital version of a print book you bought from Amazon? You may be able to find it at a low price, courtesy of a new Kindle program.
Launched on Tuesday, Kindle MatchBook lets you buy the Kindle version of certain print books you purchased new from Amazon. More than 70,000 books are now part of the program, with more being added on a daily basis, according to Amazon. Prices for the associated e-books range from free to $2.99.
Customers can pick up digital copies of books they've purchased since 1995, assuming the publisher has … Read more
Mahjong's foreign design and perceived "mystical" origin may have marginalized it among Western card gamers. But did you know that Americans have been aware of the game since the late 19th Century? The first company to sell Mahjong sets in the U.S. was Abercrombie & Fitch, back in the 1920s. The game proved to be so popular that A&F's founder, Ezra Fitch, sent agents to China to purchase as many Mahjong sets as they could to resell in the U.S..
By the turn of the millennium, Mahjong had already garnered a healthy … Read more
Leaked from today's 404 episode:
- Thanks to William for calling this to our attention: Yahoo used our screenshot for a list of the "Best Podcasts You've Never Heard, but Should."
- Cut your time in purgatory by following pope on Twitter.
- Internet dating firms entice lonely hearts with faked profiles based on real people.
When first opened, Fruity Matching HD shows you a mixture of all the different apps that are available from the developer. Each can be downloaded through the App Store to the interface on this screen, allowing you to access them all together. If you choose not to download any other apps just yet, you can start matching fruit. There … Read more
"Only natural pure-bred lambskin condoms."
This is but one of the requirements on Martha Stewart's "new" Match.com profile.
Perhaps you have been too busy wondering if the world will end this week to focus on its most important news: the fact that Martha Stewart has joined Match.com.
Many will be fascinated to see how the rather fetching 71-year-old doyenne of domesticity will fare when her writing skills are tossed to the hordes of dubious males who wander that site in search of, well, who knows.… Read more