Ayuh. Yours ended up as a Frame Cluster Friday edition on a notoriously snarky style blog.
The Vintage Camera Wall Display
|7/13/12 10:51 PM|
I'm sure all you tragic hipsters will find something trendy that's waaaaay above your poor parent's ability to comprehend. Then you won't feel quite so embarrassed about them. Or, wait! No... No, you couldn't possibly... Could you? Maybe enjoy their quirks and eccentricities, and yes, their terrifying squareness.
Our Parents' Most Embarrassing Tech Habits
|7/10/12 9:45 PM|
For me, an e-reader has nothing to do with saving money. It is convenient. It is practical. It is easy to use. I bought a Kindle during the first month it was available, and I have never looked back. I read because I love the written word. I don't give a shake what form it takes; it is the content that matters.
Three Reasons Why I Finally Switched To an eReader
|6/25/12 9:40 PM|
I have to say, I disagree completely with the cooking times opined here. Ribeye steaks are best at mid-rare, and best cut thick, for precisely the reason stated in the article: they are heavily marbled, and the fat bastes the meat from inside. If you simply sear the meat on the grill, you will get none of the basting, and the connective tissue will not begin to break down. They need time on the grill. A ribeye done too rare is a crime. (I learned this from my son, who is a chef.)
Griller's Best Friend: The Rib-Eye Steak Ingredient Spotlight
|6/14/12 7:45 PM|