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Eyjafjallajokull – Looks Bad A** April 19, 2010

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Eyjafjallajokull - By Lucas Jackson of Reuters

Eyjafjallajokull - By Lucas Jackson of Reuters

This looks like something out of Lord of the Rings…. Frodo…. get back.

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Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies January 14, 2010

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terapeak on Fox Business News – eBay App Store eSMA August 18, 2009

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eBay Launches App Store

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Cherry Wood Table May 25, 2009

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A few years ago I decided to build a dinning table. I would like to announce that I have completed the table. The development of the table spanned multiple years, and a stint of time in my brothers garage. Version 1 of the table was very wobbly. I spilled hundreds of drinks and lots of food due to this wobbliness. In recent weeks I set a goal to re-engineer this table and use a more conventional design. After this re-build the table stability is on par with a commercially manufactured table. Ultimately even if we have the knowledge to build something it can often be the tools that limit the outcome. Lesson learned.

Don’t ask me how much this whole process has cost…

Wordle is cool! April 30, 2009

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Wordle: AERS

Gas Prices April 25, 2008

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What if gas prices go to $2.50 / Liter ($9.46 / US Gallon)?

terapeak International !!!!!!!!! March 6, 2007

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Recently terapeak launched services for 5 of eBay’s international markets, Germany, United Kingdom, France, Canada, Australia.

I beleive this service will help clients in the market grow and expand their businesses internationaly. Our whole team is focused on contineous improvement and we look forward to serving our clients.

We continue to innovate in the eBay Market Research space. That is what we do!

*French and Australian research is available through our dot com research portal.

Other Interesting Statistics January 23, 2007

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Some interesting information on the number of cross boarder sales that occur on eBay.

United States
Unites States Sellers -> United States 88.4%
United States Sellers -> Canada 4.2%
Unites States Sellers -> United Kingdom 1.7%
Unites States Sellers -> Other Countries 5.7%

Canada
Canadian Sellers -> Canada 43.2%
Canadian Sellers -> United States 47.4%
Canadian Sellers -> United Kingdom 2.4%
Canadian Sellers -> Other Countries 7.0%

Germany
German Sellers -> Germany 92.3%
German Sellers -> Austria 2.5%
German Sellers -> Other Countries 5.2%

United Kingdom
United Kingdom Sellers -> United Kingdom 85.5%
United Kingdom Sellers -> United States 5.5%
United Kingdom Sellers -> Ireland 1.2%
United Kingdom Sellers -> Other Countries 7.8%

What does this mean? Here are a few potential causes for this behavior;

  1. Tariffs and Duties on goods shipped outside ones own country
  2. Lack of knowledge of foreign markets, languages, currencies
  3. The atlantic ocean

World of Warcraft Gold Farming December 5, 2006

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I read this article after linking from Rogelio Choy‘s blog. This is an interesting article and the slide show is captivating as well.

http://www.nytimes.com/2005/12/09/technology/09gaming.html?ex=1291784400&en=48a72408592dffe6&ei=5088&partner=rssnyt&emc=rss 

I wonder if this will ultimatly lead to a better standard of living for those people involved.

Intel August 24, 2006

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About a week ago a friendly delivery guy showed up at our offices with a big box. Inside the box was a totally new Intel Desktop Computer! Intel corporation sent our company a free evaluation PC with their new top of the line processor, MOBO, and various other goodies. This is the first time I have received a free computer! Needless to say it was a fun experience. I hooked it up to my Dell 24″ monitor… oh yeah!

I have been testing it on various applications and it is pretty damn fast. I also like the quite operation and the ability to truly multitask with a duel core processor.