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    How To Remove a 1980s GM Headlight Switch

    After many hours of frustration, I found a link to a site with a solution, but the site wasn’t online anymore. So I found the content. Sorry for stealing this, if it’s yours and you want it removed, I happily will. Send me a note.   Have you ever needed to replace a headlight switch and can’t figure out how to remove it from the dash? This will work on most older GM cars and trucks with a pull out style switch. It’s real simple if you know the trick. There is a small push button on the back of the switch that allows the knob to be removed. Push…

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    Life with a Chromebook

    After attending Google IO I was lucky enough to have been gifted a Samsung Series 5 Chromebook this year. There was a surge of reviews coming out from the day they began shipping, but I felt there were few people that actually took the time to try to ‘Live’ with a Chromebook for a long time. There were also a lot of people who wrote Cr-48 (Google’s beta version) reviews, and applied them carte blanche to the Samsung Series 5, which I didn’t think was very fair having gotten to use them both. It was actually quite a hassle to get the Chromebook in Canada yet. It is being offered…

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    Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Hands On Review

    This year I was finally able to make it down to Google I/O 2011. This year Google was kind of to give the attendees some really amazing giveaways.  One of which was the [easyazon-link asin=”B00519RW1U”]Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1[/easyazon-link] Wifi 32GB Andoid Tablet. The tablet itself runs Honeycomb and hopefully it will also be able to run the new “Ice Cream Sandwich” variety which will be coming out later this year. I’m just beginning writing this review, so check back in the next few days for pictures and an thorough tech review soon. I’ve also got some Thunderbolt reviews hopefully coming once some hardware is out.