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There are many different reasons why a person might want a website. You might want to show off your portfolio or work, might want to sell a product or might want to share your thoughts with the world in the form of a blog. But whatever the reason for creating your website, everyone has the same goal in mind, which is to have people visit their website.  Read More →

The basics of motorcycle fairing speakers

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If you own a motorcycle and you are curious to find out a bit more about motorbike fairing speakers, we’re here to give you a hand. We know that choosing the right one can be very challenging nowadays, given the many alternatives available for sale out there. As their name suggests, fairing speakers are in essence, speakers, which practically means that they will allow you to listen to music without using earpieces. Nifty, right? Read More →

Post image for Five key factors to consider before buying a Ballistic Helmet

It is no doubt that weaponry and defenses have significantly advanced in the recent years. Helmets are not an exception to these improvements as they are a critical element of ballistic armour.This is an item that protects the most important part of the body and although they have evolved tremendously they role has remained intact. It is imperative for anyone going to the battle to arm himself with the latest version of the ballistic helmet. Let’s explore some key factors you need to consider before purchasing this essential product. Read More →

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There are many factors that go into having a successful website. A huge part of that is the design. But, deciding what to prioritize can be tricky, especially if you are just diving into the world of web development. To help you out, here are five important tips to keep in mind while building your next website.  Read More →

Post image for How to Choose the Best Console Gaming Chair: 7 tips

I can bet on my life that most avid console gamers spend at least 6 hours a day at their gaming station. At this rate, comfort takes another level of importance, actually a higher level of urgency. While some gamers overlook this, it is a fact that after some hours of gaming, fatigue from poor sitting posture and an uncomfortable seat will surely take a toll on your body, and you will be left to the mercy of your bed or masseur. Whether you enjoy playing the PlayStation, Xbox, Wii or any other console, the benefits of investing in a high quality console gaming chair outweigh any reasons that suggest otherwise. If you are having trouble making a decision on which model to invest in, then this console gaming chair buyer’s guide will be a handy tool. Read More →

Tuck: The All In One Blanket

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An all-in-one one blanket made of high quality soft fabric to keep you warm at night especially your feet. It can transform into a cozy cloak when you need to get up for breakfast or your early-morning session at the computer. When you are done, fold it into a stylish pillow. Apart from the pocket for your feet, Tuck is also equipped with pockets for your phone when you are not in the bed. Read More →

Breaking Into The World of Brand Design

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Over the last decade or so, the importance of good branding has become much more critical for businesses. To remain competitive in a world which is filled with loads of companies, even the smallest have to work hard to make sure that they have a recognizable face. Without this, it will be almost impossible to secure customers, and people will find it hard to trust you. Of course, though, you’re not interested in having a brand made for you; you want to start making them. To help you out with this, this post will be exploring what will need to be done if you want to break into the world of brand design.  Read More →

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I don’t know about the readers of Geek Extreme but I absolutely love Motorhomes and Camper Vans. They are available in many sizes and have their own classifications. Class A refers to the full-size motorhomes that are pretty much the size of a bus. The Class B is often referred to as a Camper Van and usually built on the chassis of a van like a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter. They are perfect for up to two people max. Add an additional person and it will start to feel uncomfortable. I personally know this because I’ve rented a Class B for one week in the past. Class C is generally between 20 to 33 feet and also based on a van or truck chassis but intended for larger groups. Read More →