Ready for the Christmas?

For the last year Christmas celebrations, I couldn’t have asked for more. My dad bought a series of Christmas lights to decorate our home. Trust me, my home literally looked like a palace. It was heaven on Earth and I thanked my dad all day long for making it happen. A couple of days ago, my dad was a little nostalgic about our Christmas celebrations and he therefore set up the lights again. It was a sight to remember and flushed our memories back to last years’ Christmas celebrations.

While I was enjoying the sight at our home, I decided to bring a similar happiness to my blog readers as well. I was just wondering, may be you guys could pick up Christmas lights. After all, it’s less than 5 months for the Christmas eve and it’s always better that you have the celebrations planned well in advance. So if it sounds interesting, take a look at christmas lights white wire website to buy Christmas lighting for your home. Do not forget to drop in your comments once you buy!

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One-year-old US girl buys $225 car using father’s smartphone

A one-year-old girl in the US has bought a car through online trading, while playing on the mobile phone of her dad, who has decided to keep the “purchase”. Paul Stoute from Portland, Oregon, said he got a notice from eBay congratulating him on his purchase of $225. He was the proud owner of a 1962 Austin-Healey Sprite. To Stoute’s astonishment, he had not made the purchase. After verifying the purchase, he realized that his young daughter, who enjoys playing with his smartphone, had logged into the eBay app which can be used to instantly make a purchase.

“Tap, tap, tap and now I own a car,” Stoute was quoted by KPTV as saying. Stoute had been looking at cars on eBay with the idea of tackling a rebuilding project with a friend. “Fortunately she didn’t buy the $38,000 Porsche,” he said. Also fortunate is that the Sprite was located in Tualatin. It’s now being stored in Milwaukie and is very much a fixer-upper. The eBay ad listed it as a “Frankensprite.” It comes with two engines,” said Christina, Sorella’s mother. They’re both in the back seat.”

The couple now hopes to take the eBay mistake and turn it into a very memorable gift. Paul said his goal is to fix up in time to present it to his daughter for either her 16th birthday or high school graduation.

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Microsoft to streamline around devices, services

Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer said on Thursday he was streamlining the software and media company around devices like phones and game consoles and services in its first major overhaul in five years. Microsoft, which has been struggling to compete in a world of mobile devices and web-based services, will recognize its engineering efforts into four major groups and shift several top executives.

Ballmer is trying to bring products to the market faster and make the company more efficient, and wants to entice people to use Microsoft products, like Word and Office, on a variety of devices besides personal computers. “We are rallying behind a single strategy as one company – not a collection of divisional strategies,” Ballmer said in a memo to employees published on Microsoft’s website on Thursday. Its shares were up by 1.3 percent at $35.14 in early trading on Thursday.

The four new engineering groups are operating systems, applications, Web-based cloud services and hardware devices. Units will also be dedicated to strategy and research, marketing and business development, Ballmer said. Under the reorganization, Kurt DelBene, president of Microsoft Office, will retire, Microsoft said. Cross Research analyst Richard Williams said while the restructuring seemed to make sense from a business perspective, it raised many questions.

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