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  • Michael Krakovskiy 2:26 am on September 11, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: car trips, Identifiers, North America, Vanity plate,   

    The Way Cool License Plate Book 

    Everywhere you go you see vanity plates. The best of them are those that make you think and then reward you with a good laugh. Now there is a book that captures all the fun and excitement of vanity plates from across North America.

    Inside The Way Cool License Plate Book you’ll find plates that show how their owners feel about the cars they drive (or wish they drove!), the work they do, the sports they play and the dreams they have.

    This book is the perfect companion for any vacation or road trip. Parents will be happy knowing that the games in this book strengthen math and reading skills as well as provide hours of fun. Kids will enjoy spotting plates from across the country and reading the hundreds of vanity plates inside. Categories of vanity plates include:

    • Cars
    • The work we do
    • Sports
    • Animals
    • Places
    • Music
    • PL8 fun

    and there are 8 pages of games for car trips.

     
  • Michael Krakovskiy 2:26 am on September 11, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Identifiers, , , Vehicle registration plates of Iowa, Vehicle registration plates of the United States   

    The Official License Plate Book 2002: A Complete Plate Identification Resource (License Plate Book) 

     
  • Michael Krakovskiy 9:06 am on January 22, 2004 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: e-commerce application, Hooked up, Identifiers, , , , Shack, , tag printing machine, ,   

    Something Is SKUwey Here 


    I found this some time ago in a sporting goods store. I wonder why the programmer made the tag printing machine print an error message on the tag itself. Probably to preserve the order of tags which are probably batched in relation to pallets of items.

    A few days ago I was talking to a Radio Shack employee. It turns out they can print out a manual for most things they sell by just punching in it’s SKU number into a computer. I asked her if she knew what SKU (pronounced “skyoo”) stood for. She didn’t know. Can’t blame her -it took me a few months of writing an e-commerce application and hearing the word daily to inquire about it’s meaning. SKU is an abbreviation for Stock Keeping Unit.

    By the way, in Radio Shack I was looking for a cheap lcd tv that I could use to hook up to the camera that is trained at entrance of my apartment building (it is hooked up to a coax cable that runs through the building). They had a tiny one for about $200, but I’d like a slightly bigger and cheaper one. B&W is ok. Any suggestions? I also need to find an affordable lcd tv for the bathroom. Come on, it’s the future now. We’ve been promised tv monitors and cameras everywhere. I am not asking for usable video phones, flying cars and robots bigger than a vacuum cleaner.

     
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