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Thursday, Nov. 13, 2008
Today's Cool Site...
The holiday season is almost upon us. And that means one thing: holiday parties!
Maybe you'll be hosting a Thanksgiving or Christmas party at your home. If so, you're looking at quite a bit of planning and preparation.
So, why not make things a little easier on yourself? Nix the traditional mailed invitations. Instead, use an online invitation site.
These sites make it a snap to send invitations to friends and family. You won't spend a dime on postage or cards.
You can also see who will be attending or not. That makes it easy to plan your meal. No more wasted food!
PurpleTrail is my new favorite invite site. That's because the invitations are more stylish than those on other sites.
You can choose from hundreds of designs, or make your own. And your guests will never see an advertisement in an invitation!
Every day, Team Komando produces some of the best content you'll find anywhere on the Internet. Here is a sampling of what's new on our site today!
• Video of the Day: Wild animals behave very differently from pets. They can often be dangerous. But sometimes their gentility can surprise you.
• Digital Minute, on your radio: The Internet is seething with anger. And the reason for all this anger may be more obvious than you think.
• Free Download of the Day: Firefox is a great browser. It offers more safety than Microsoft's Internet Explorer. And, you can take it with you.
• Tip on the site: Boy, there's nothing like that new-computer smell, is there? But before you take that screaming machine online, protect it.
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