Archive for December, 2010
Posted by Allison L. on December 29, 2010 at 16:01 pm
Yesterday we covered what is probably the most sought-after New Year’s Resolution: losing weight. Today, we’re covering another popular resolution that can be found on almost every list of New Year goals: getting a better education. While we don’t carry college tuition in our stores, we do have several items that can help get you gain more knowledge:
E-book readers are a hot item right now, and it’s no wonder why: the ability to carry thousands of books in a such a lightweight device is extremely liberating (and green!). They are a much better solution than downloading e-books onto your laptop or smartphone as an e-reader’s battery life lasts much, much longer. Thousands of books in the public domain, including Sense and Sensibility, A Tale of Two Cities and more are available for free from most e-book retailers.
Posted by Allison L. on December 28, 2010 at 11:44 am
I think that a majority of us have the same New Year’s goals year after year because we don’t stick to them or they become less important as the year rolls on. This year, resolve to sticking to your goals! All this week we will be covering popular New Year’s Resolutions and some products that can help you achieve them.
Lose Weight/Get In Shape
Kinect tracks your whole body so you can be sure you’re executing moves correctly. There are a variety of exercise games available for the system, including Dance Central, Zumba Fitness, and Biggest Loser.
Posted by Allison L. on December 21, 2010 at 11:58 am
Yesterday we gave you a few last minute gift ideas for Christmas. You wanted even more gift ideas, so here are another 10 that any giftee would appreciate:
Posted by Allison L. on December 20, 2010 at 11:09 am
There are just five days until Christmas! Have you gotten all of your holiday shopping done yet? If not, or if you’re thinking of getting just a few more things for under the tree, here are some suggestions to make the holiday great:
Posted by Allison L. on December 15, 2010 at 12:26 pm
Your kids or gamer loved ones may have asked you this year for an additional controller for their PlayStation 3 console. An extra Dual Shock 3 controller will normally run you $54.99, so what about getting a game with it for just $5 more? Our new Dual Shock 3 bundles with classic PlayStation 3 games are an exciting and easy gaming gift on a budget. Over $83 in value is included in every box!
The bundles available include:
Posted by Allison L. on December 10, 2010 at 14:05 pm
Lori, customer and Dr. Oz show viewer, mentioned to us on our Facebook fan page that the doctor recommended us on his show today! His show mentioned a discounted personal humidifier that we carry. After a little bit of research I came across an episode recap from today on drozfans.com. We were delighted to read what happened!
Posted by Allison L. on December 7, 2010 at 12:54 pm
E-book readers are the hot new item that everyone wants. They’re small, portable, help save the environment by saving paper, save on battery life and hold hundreds or thousands of books. Google has just released the largest e-book store on the web and carry both paid and public domain materials and is now a perfect resource for all e-reader owners!
While more contemporary books are available for a fee, be sure to also check out the best of free section highlighting popular stories like Pride & Prejudice, Moby Dick and The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, but you can find free books on any topic by searching and sorting by “free only.” As an example, here is a search on free short stories. Clicking on any of the books will allow you to read a sample, find out more about the book, or download it onto your computer, handheld device or e-book reader.
Posted by Allison L. on December 2, 2010 at 14:48 pm
Flo Rida tore it up at our P.C. Richard & Son Theater last night and put on one of the most energetic and fun performances we’ve seen so far! Fans were delighted as he danced and jumped around on stage, invited audience members to join him, threw money into the crowd and joined them to jump around. Check out the video after the jump to see what I mean!
Posted by Allison L. on December 1, 2010 at 10:49 am
Happy first day of December, and happy first day of Hanukkah! We wish our employees and customers a joyful time with family and friends during this Festival of Lights.
We are now 23 days away from our Christmas delivery deadline. You can find a full December calendar with our holiday hours, shipping deadlines and other important information here. Important shipping dates include: