Digital Servants – Using Our computers and Devices to Be Independent

Listen to Digital Servants – Devices Helping Us To Live Independently

FredsHead Companion Buying Food Online

Amazon Grocery Special Offers Compare Prices for Groceries Locally, Find Recipes and Nutritional Information

Bachelor Cooking Made Easy

Finding Accessible Nutritional Information Destination Rx – cut costs for prescription medicine Electronic Coupons Available for Use In Online Shopping Sites – Phone codes to Talk to A Real Person and Bypassing Being Put On Hold

Online Banking, Is It Right for Me?

Tracking EBay Auctions Using RSS

Internet Discount Codes Available Through Many Shopping Sites

Two sites to Refine eBay Searches and Be Notified when a product you want Becomes Available on eBay – Create an RSS Feed to Any Web Page to Be Notified When it Has Changed

Use RSS Feeds to Track Products On Amazon


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2 Responses to Digital Servants – Using Our computers and Devices to Be Independent

  1. Outstanding podcast with excellent show notes. Appreciate all the great information.

  2. gamera42 says:

    I want to add a couple things regarding Keurig coffee makers. Firstly, you can see the full line of machines, accessories, and the beverages it can make, if you go to
    Next, just in case people are a bit daunted by the $139.95 price quote, there are machines that retail for a goodly bit less than that. The cheapest one is the B30 Mini, which we have here and greatly enjoy. That one lists for all of $79.95, which might still be considered expensive for some, but still worth it. If you go on Ebay like I did, you might even pay a little less for a brand new machine. It will only take 8 ounces of water at a time and takes a bit longer to brew your coffee, but you still get the same quality of coffee as you would from a more expensive model. The advantage to this model compared to others is that there’s no big reservoir where water will sit for who knows how long until somebody wants a cup of coffee. You are also not dependent on an LCD display, which at least some of the bigger models have. You are limitted by the size of cup it will brew, and you also can’t use a clear mug because the mug sensor on this machine does not like clear mugs and will think there’s no mug there, but it still makes a very tasty cup of coffee.
    Last, just to clear up confusion, the little gizmo you can get for most of the Keurig machines that’ll hold your own coffee grounds is called the My K-Cup. I say this because the pre-filled plastic cups you put into the machine are also called a K-Cup.

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