I use dreamhost. It’s pretty good, but I wish they would give me more RAM. I thought my host was just okay until I saw what my friend has to go through with Hostgator. I don’t need to read a hostgator review now- I can tell you from seeing the dashboard that they charge you for every little thing… you want to use wordpress? oh, that’s an extra couple bucks a month. You want to have two websites? Extra. Oh, you want more pages on your website? Extra. It’s like shock and awe hosting.
This sound cube thing is pretty cool, but for for over three hundred bucks, you could buy a hot tub spa cover at BeyondNice.com or what amounts to an overhyped boombox.
Don’t get me wrong, this thing has some guts- 20 watts RMS and two active speakers pair with two passive radiators… I mean, it takes like a dozen batteries, so it must be powerful. Why not toss a motorcycle battery in there and call it good?
Here we go, someone is trying to sell cufflinks by riding on the success of Facebook. and what about the guy/girl who buys these? Do they have anichini linens with Facebook logos on them? Facebook underwear? Socks? Where does the madness end? Personally, I have a vehicle wrap that says ‘youtube’ all over it. Now that is how subtly show that you’re aware of popular websites. Are you guys taking notes?