Season 2 Episode 1 Tongfamily Podcast

OK, so the first season was one episode of five minutes, that still counts! Seriously, starting the podcast series up. Getting to know the equipment. Using Anchor.fm to publish which is pretty cool. I don’t have an Apple podcast listing yet, but it is on Spotify and Google Podcast.

Here are the links to the latest episode covering the last week’s worths of posts up here. The format is simple. Just read what I wrote in the last week. Anchor.fm

Check is out just by clicking on the embedded link. As an aside for WordPress 5.x geeks, just copying the URL sort of works, but what seems to actually work is to click on Embed to get the actual iFrame data from anchor and then insert it as custom HTML.

Some other options are:

  1. Spotify. https://open.spotify.com/show/6no39RKUPuLpOvgtM44VXU
  2. Google. https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy8xMTM2N2Y0OC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw==

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What to do with Dell Rewards?

I normally have a terrible time using the rewards programs on various merchant sites. It’s not easy, you get the rewards later and they quickly expire (which is obviously the point). A buddy got $60 of Dell Rewards that expire in March 2020, so what’s a decent deal, well, it’s pretty hard to find, but here are some choices:

  1. Make sure you look at the deal pages. The prices on Dell’s site are usually the list price so they are not very good compared with Amazon. And although they have price match, for $60, it hardly seems worth it.
  2. When you look at the various categories, you pretty quickly find that most of the consumer electronics are way more expensive. A Razor mouse that might go for $35 on Amazon is $75 at Dell, so pretty bad buys. Same for keyboards, headphones and microphones and webcams. I tried them all.
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