While checking out my Google Analytics data, I noticed a couple strange language codes. Language codes are strings like "en-us" that a browser sends to a server when requesting a web page to let the server know what language the browser's user prefers. The server then uses this information to return a web page in the appropriate language if it's available.
I recently started using my blender a lot. I make smoothies for breakfast. My old blender wasn't really up to the task, and the seal at the bottom recently started leaking. Not looking forward to having to keep wiping down my counter every time I used it, I started looking for a new blender.
Prices on Amazon go up and down every day. If you're planning on buying something in the near future, you can save money by waiting until the price goes down. That's obvious, but how can you know when the price on something you want goes down without checking Amazon every five minutes? That's easy: use a price tracker.
My wife wants to buy a GoPro before we go on our honeymoon this coming summer. I didn't know anything about GoPro cameras, so I headed to the GoPro website to try to figure out which one is the best for us. Unfortunately, the GoPro website only lists the specs of the cameras in the current lineup. Anything that isn't a HERO5 or a Session GoPro is barely even mentioned.