Welcome Bella Kitchen (formerly Top Pizza) – Rose Hill, Kirkland WA

Looking for a great pizza around Kirkland with a special home-made thin crust and fresh ingredients?  Give Bella Kitchen a try!  They’re conveniently located off of the 405 – 85th St. exit in Kirkland. Order Online for pickup or delivery FREE DELIVERY within 3 miles $15 minimum order Deliver to parts of Kirkland, Bellevue, Redmond, […]

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Is Social Media Taking Time Away From Family?

This question was asked in an NPR radio show a couple of weeks ago and really got me thinking. The radio show had a couple of callers where the wife said that dad comes home and then hops on the computer.  When one of the sons pleads for dad’s attention, dad says “In a minute.”  […]

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The Family That Plays Together Stays Together

This is a guest article by Joy Supplee of Custom Fit Nutrition. ————————————————————————————— We’re always hearing that we need to get more exercise but our busy schedules seem to get in the way.  Gym memberships can be a great motivator for some, but can be difficult to maintain over time.  And what about time with […]

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Women In Technology

This Women in Technology post from Tech Flash has gotten me thinking about, well, women in technology. John Cook wrote the original article back in the Spring, which received some interesting comments about why he’s even writing the article and the validity of the top 100 list. Now, Tech Flash is hosting a reception and […]

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Shallots Asian Bistro: Online Ordering Now Available

Welcome Shallots Asian Bistro, Belltown! Shallots serves Asian/Fusion cuisine, with influences from China, Malaysia, Singapore, Japan, and Thailand. Open for lunch, dinner, and late night dining. Other Information Online Ordering: Available for delivery & pickup (order online) Delivery Area:  Free within 1/4 mile, $3 from 1/4 – 2 miles.    $5 from 2.1 – 3.5 […]

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Cool Interactive Graph: How Different Groups Spend Their Day

Interested to see how people in different groups spend their time in a day?  Take a look at this graph from The New York Times. It not only gives a very interesting view on how people spend their time, but it’s presented in a unique way that allows people to really learn more. men women […]

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Be Cautious: Typing Email Address May SPAM Friends

A few months ago, my husband received an email from a friend to view pictures of some event.  My husband went to the site and created an account to view the pictures.  The next thing he knows, his entire address book was ‘scraped’ and all contacts were sent the exact email he had received from […]

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3 Reasons Why Your IT Spouse Should NOT Be Your Designer/Webmaster

Lately, I’ve been running into restaurant owners whose spouses are “IT” people (often software developers) who are responsible for designing and developing the business’ website.  This would be fine if the spouse were a web designer and knows about marketing, but sadly, this is usually not the case. 3 Reasons the IT spouse Should NOT […]

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Cool Software When You Get “Error Deleting File or Folder”

Recently, I tried to delete some files from my computer, only to get an error message that says, “Cannot delete Folder (or file):  It is being used by another person or program.” Talk about frustrating.  There didn’t seem to be an easy way to figure out which program was using the file/folder so you could […]

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Cornell Study on Restaurant Technologies

Found this article Cornell Study Finds Restaurant Goers Like Innovations in Early Dining Stages interesting. Cornell presents the results of a national survey on customers’ perceptions of eleven restaurant technologies, which were then grouped into 5 categories.  They found: customers are more comfortable with technologies in the early dining stage, such as virtual (computerized/internet?) menus […]

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