Archive for December, 2010

Frustration-Free Packaging #2 – Yes we can

Thursday, December 16th, 2010

I gave the Amazon Frustration-Free Packaging a 2nd try when I ordered a memory card. When it arrived I thought: yes, this is frustration-free packaging – ok the ratio between packaging and article resembles the last Amazon package, but this time the latter is minimized.

This is Frustration Free Packaging

This is Frustration Free Packaging

Amazon Frustration-Free-Free Packaging

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010

Two days ago I ordered two HDMI cables (2m) at Amazon. The explanation on frustration-free packaging sounded quite well. Today the package from Amazon arrived in my office and I wondered about what I may have done wrong as the package was so huge. The picture speaks for itself:

Amazon Frustration-Free-Free Packaging

Amazon Frustration-Free-Free Packaging

Most of the sending is waste – ok, at least its only paper and no plastic. But the overall packaging to send these two cables is big enough to carry one big or two small notebooks.

Youtubian

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010

The never ending story continues …

When YouTube lately changed their api again I found out about Youtubian. Goto the website, drag’n’drop the Youtubian link to your bookmarks. Then when watching a YouTube video that you want to cache locally just click the Youtubian bookmark and enjoy the new view to YouTube. Youtubian offers a very comfortable way to download the video in various formats, sizes and levels of quality.

Lets see when we have to change again …