Sunday, August 27, 2006

LaLa.com: Legally Trade Your CD's for $1

Its been awhile since the website lala.com started their great business idea. However, many people have yet to here about LaLa. The website offers a cd trading service which reminds me a little bit of Netflix mixed with ebay. A LaLa user starts by adding their cds to their "Have List". Then the user picks cds he or she wants from a huge database. LaLa.com then sends you some shipping materials to ship your cds in. If one of your cd's is on someone's want list, you may ship that cd to them for only .75 cents shipping. Lala.com then credits your account for 1 cd, meaning you can select a cd from your want list to be shipped to you for only a $1 fee.



Sunday, August 20, 2006

Buy NewsFire (or Blog), Get Inquisitor Free

If you buy NewsFire today or tomorrow then you will get a free license to Inquisitor. Both are Mac products and I have heard of both but never gave them a second glance until now. Basically, it is a buy and get a goody free deal.

However, if you own a blog and publish about this deal then you can get Inquisitor for free (yea, yea). Check it out here.

Friday, August 18, 2006

Sorry, I'm Late

I would like to apologize for not producing any content for the last 3 weeks. I was on vacation for about a week and honestly I got lazy and stopped making content. I realized that eventually I'm going to burn out because this isn't my job and really the only reason I do this is because I want to be a blogger and make some use of the all the time I spend on the web. Also, I want to get into CSS, HTML, and Java a lot more then I know and I realized I haven't been doing all that great a job at it.

So on behalf of myself I just would like to say sorry I'm late in coming back to the TechWrap and I'm going to produce some more content.

However, I began to produce too much content that I ended up getting sick of what I was doing. So basically, I won't be producing as much content but it will still be here. Hopefully, there will be some new changes in the TechWrap's future and it should be for the better.