Tuesday: April 13, 2010
- A collection of the world's greatest scenic drives courtesy of National Geographic.
National Geographic offers up roughly forty-eight ideas to maximize your next scenic drive experience for those so inclined. Of the forty-eight on this list I am proud to state that I can check off two (maybe three) items off of this list. Alright, maybe I'm not so proud - I need to get out more.
Monday: April 12, 2010
- Paramount teams up with Seagate to deliver movies via external hard drives.
The new FreeAgent Go 500 gigabyte device will have 21 movies preloaded, including a free offer of 'Star Trek.' Users can unlock access to any of the other 20 movies after paying for a passcode for a price of between $9.99 and $14.99.
Thursday: July 2, 2009
- Ten of the most spectacular drives in the world for your viewing pleasure.
I am quite overdue for a vaction.
Tuesday: May 5, 2009
- Seagate to shut down their U.S. plants.
The target at Seagate is to drive its quarterly operating expenses below $300m, according to Stifel Nikolaus analyst Aaron Rakers. This will be achieved, he thinks, by shutting down one or two US plants, which will achieve a faster operating expense reduction than closing overseas facilities.