It looks like Google Video for Business is moving to Read Only Mode at the end of the month. This means that all of your current Google Video files will be migrated over to your Google Drive but won’t count against your file storage. For all future files, you will have to upload them to Google Drive and share them via a public link.
View the full email from Google (below) to learn more:
Dear Google Apps Customer,
Shortly after November 30th, 2012, Google Video for Business will be placed into read-only mode, and will not accept uploads of or edits to videos. This is in preparation for moving videos from Google Video for Business into Google Drive, which will begin after December 8th, 2012. These videos will not affect Google Drive quotas when migrated. Please ensure that at least one admin user has Google Drive enabled if you wish to continue accessing your stored videos.
Once the migration is complete, links and embedded videos will continue to function without any change, and the access to the Google Video for Business service will be removed from your domain.
Thank you for your support and understanding.
The Google Apps Team
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You have received this mandatory email service announcement to update you about important changes to your Google Apps account.
It may seem silly, but shirt collars that constantly curl upwards can be really annoying. Reader Chip Barron shows us his DIy fix, using a $1.50 pack of iron-on patches.
It is a good idea to rotate your tires and get an alignment from time to time. This helps prevent wear on your tires and keeps them in good shape. Ultimately, you will be increasing the lifespan of your tires and saving yourself several hundred dollars in new tire purchases.
On a recent trip to a AAA tire service center, the tire technician told me a good rule of thumb is to rotate your tires every two (2) oil changes and get an alignment every (4). It isn’t an exact science, but it helps you stay on top of your care care.
Mach 3 Turbo refill, 8 cartridges… $22.99
Schick Quattro Titanium Razor refill, 8 cartridges… $21.99
Facial razors have become extremely expensive. It seems like every year they are either increasing the amount of blades or adding some other feature like batteries. With names like Fusion, Power, and Mach3, you would think you were buying a machine a member of the Ax Men cast would use to chop down trees.
These are definitely not your daddy’s razors. He only had to pay $5.00 for the most up-to-date facial hair trimming apparatus.
Sure you can still get the 2-blade disposable razors from the early 90s on the cheap, but who wants to do that after experiencing the POWER of four blades. Not this guy.
If only there were a way to prolong the life of my expensive razors.
So what are we to do? Should the purchase of a set of razors require us working a new line item into our fiscal plan? Should you not get that dessert your significant other always craves at your favorite restaurant because you need to shave next week?
NO! Thus, I give to you two tips on how to increase the life of your razor:
Due to there being moisture in the air, especially in a humid bathroom, unless you go to the extreme like following step two, you razor will eventual dull.
Whatever you decide to do, don’t shave with a dull razor. This act in itself is not only counter-productive, but potentially bloody.
[UPDATE from Josh Gibbs] I recently became aware of the Dollar Shave Club from this YouTube Video. According to the site, you will get the best quality razors (or as the ad said the best f****** razors) for as little as $1.00 a month.
Originally posted by my good friend @jessleemiller
So I mentioned a few posts back that I love receiving things in the mail, however I love sending them even more! That is why I got SO excited about Tiny Prints’ offer to keep track of all the important dates in my life by sending cards to friends and family.
Seriously y’all, this is amazing! I put in birthdays and anniversaries, picked out cards (they are 99 cents when you use promo bday99 through today only!) and Tiny Prints sends them directly to the intended recipient. You can customize with pictures, messages, etc. LOVE IT!
So go on and get organized! [Wasn’t that one of your new year’s resolutions?]
What are some of your awesome ways to automate life?
Jettison eliminates the hassle of manually ejecting external drives before you put your MacBook to sleep. With Jettison, you just close your MacBook, unplug and go!
Great in Cold Weather
I was able to put this jacket to the test on a hike in the Rockies. It was -10° F, but I was toasty for the entire 2.5 hour hike. Not only did this jacket keep me warm, it didn’t allow in any wind or moisture.
I really like the removable/replaceable liner because it can be used in extreme cold or just slightly cool weather. It may seem a little pricey, but you’re actually getting a cold weather jacket, a light pull-over and a rain jacket — all in one! When comparing that to the price of 3 separate pieces, it is a steal.
The only down-side of this jacket is that the sleeves seem a little long for the size I purchased. However, this may be due to the fact that it is indeed a cold weather jacket and a little extra length is necessary to compensate for layering and to allow you to cover/tuck it into gloves.
Overall, I give it a 5 out of 5 stars.
Fit: Feels true to size
Sleeve Length: Feels true to length
Chest Size: Feels true to size
Pros: Warm, Windproof, Comfortable, Water Resistant, Durable
Best Uses: Cold Weather, Hiking and Camping, Skiing/Snowboarding
Use: Casual/ Recreational