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Having a hard time getting a seat in Yountville? Instead of constantly hitting the redial button for reservations, the chefs-for-hire team at Kitchit offers a different solution that will have you feeling right at home. The San Francisco-based web company

Web 2.0 has made the internet a daunting place when it comes to following your favorite sports team. There are untold numbers of blogs, Twitter(ers), and websites that all have information pertaining to your squad, team, or franchise (or as the case

iPhone Apps Get the Woot Treatment


Own and iPhone or iPod touch and in need of some (free) applications? Then head on over to Designed to work in a similar fashion to the daily deal phenomenon, everyday the site reviews a new

Ticket Buying Gets All Smart Like


Ticket buying, especially from the secondary market (e.g. scalpers) is rarely a pleasant experience. Since we know there's a limited quantity, we automatically assume that the closer it gets to go time, the more expensive attending becomes. Though in general terms

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What The Hell is Twitter and Why Should I Care?

what-the-hell-is-twitter In way of full disclosure, I'll start by saying that I harbor a mild Twitter addiction.  I'm a fairly new user to the service, and I joined up under relentless pressure encouragement from a friend. Before signing up, I

Never Forget Your Umbrella Again

Umbrella Today?

umbrellatoday1If you ever get to know me, you should know that I am unabashed in my lack of rain preparation - oft by choice. My argument is that I'm a quandary of mankind. I relish the Scotch mist, but admittedly

One Season

oneseason.jpg Tired of beating your buddies in your annual Fantasy Football league or looking for the excitement of March Madness twelve months a year? Check out One Season. Why? Because, LeBron is probably a better bet than your 401k right now. combines two of


Finally, A Tool For Grooms

groomsonline.jpgWedding season (argh) is in full effect. Whether you're single, spoken for or betrothed most anything related to planning a wedding (sans the bachelor party) are met with groans and beleagured sighs. When Gear Patrol was told about GroomsOnline, we