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In-N-Out’s Secret Menu

By |2020-08-01T22:12:03-07:00Jul 23, 2020 - Thursday|General|

Whether you find In-N-Out's burgers to be the most delicious in the USA or not, there is no denying that the restaurant chain has built a cult following with its fresh ingredients, tasty burgers, minimalist menu, and low prices. There are even overseas celebrities who order a meal as soon as they land in California. In this article, a list of secret menu items has been compiled for your ordering pleasure.

Review: UPerfect 15.6″ Portable, Touch Monitor with Battery

By |2020-08-01T00:21:25-07:00Jul 21, 2020 - Tuesday|Product Reviews, Reviews|

Last year, I purchased an Acer PM161Q ($130) to supplement my then-Surface Pro 5 with a secondary display. It was a first-of-its kind, portable monitor that was lightweight, but it also was a nightmare of a device to use due to compatibility issues. Turns out, Thunderbolt 3 was required that not many devices yet supported. Fast-forward 7 months later, and more computers now support that technology. What stood out about this UPerfect 15.6" monitor were its touchscreen, built-in battery, IPS display, and quad speakers for about 25% less than the Asus Zenscreen MB16AMT I had been eyeing for months. Here is my evaluation of the UPerfect portable display.

PowerShell: Compare Two Objects

By |2020-07-31T23:56:09-07:00Jul 20, 2020 - Monday|PowerShell, Technology|

The Compare-Object cmdlet is a very useful tool to find differences between data sets. It can help with logging changes, acting only on specific sets of data, speeding up processing time, and reducing complexity. In this article, we will cover what the "SideIndicator" property means, how to pass through all Properties from the source data, create a custom property with evaluated information, and output only results that exist in both data sets.

Review: Donmende 54qt Car Freezer/Fridge

By |2020-09-13T13:31:43-07:00Jul 17, 2020 - Friday|Product Reviews, Reviews|

A family with two, young children was preparing for their first trip to Yosemite after having secured a visitation permit, a temporary requirement during the COVID-19 pandemic. The mother asked me how the Donmende HC-50 (54 quart) car freezer compared to my Foho BCD-52. I have never heard of Donmende, but there was one glaring difference: it only has one compartment. With no section divider (like the Foho), what does that mean in regards to temperature control, storage space, and flexibility? Here are my impressions.

My Two-Month Experience With GrubHub

By |2020-09-02T13:47:19-07:00Jul 15, 2020 - Wednesday|General, Reviews|

With the COVID-19 pandemic wreaking havoc with restaurants throughout the nation, food, grocery, and meal prep delivery services have increased in popularity, such as Uber Eats, Postmates, Door Dash, and GrubHub. Likewise, ChowNow and other services that help restaurants take orders with lower fees have also gained prominence as businesses try to find ways to maximize their profit margin to survive and avoid bankruptcy. GrubHub is one of the leading food delivery services and has established a partnership with Yelp, the most popular, crowd-sourced, business review service in the United States. I tried out GrubHub for two months, and what I learned was rather shocking.

Review: Jackery SolarSaga 100W Solar Panel

By |2020-08-01T00:59:33-07:00Jul 13, 2020 - Monday|Product Reviews, Reviews|

Jackery impressed me with their Explorer 1000 battery power station and its excellent customer service. I complemented it with two SolarSaga 100W solar panels for camping and in case we had a power outage. That was exactly what happened one day: we lost power for an ENTIRE day. Were the panels able to produce enough energy to get us through the whole day working from home?

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