Today’s Hottest Deals: Save BIG on 12,000 mAh Powerbank, 64GB MicroSDXC card, Harman Kardon Bluetooth Speaker, and MORE!

For today’s edition of Deal of the Day, here are a few great deals we stumbled on while browsing the web this morning:

Save BIG on Poweradd Pilot 12,000 mAh 4GS Powerbanks$49.99 $18.99

Samsung 64GB 100MB/s (U3) MicroSDXC EVO Select Memory Card with Adapter$22.99 $19.99

Harman Kardon Esquire 2 Gold Esquire 2 Speaker – $65.00 (Usually priced at around $100)

Dyson Pure Cool Link WiFi-Enabled Air Purifier, White (Certified Refurbished)$499.99 $279.50

Remington F5-5800 Foil Shaver, Men’s Electric Razor, Electric Shaver, Black$39.98 $25.25

Remington Smooth & Silky Smooth Glide Rechargeable Shaver, White$39.61 $27.50

Lord of the Rings: Original Theatrical Trilogy$24.98 $11.99


If the Marvel Cinematic Universe Was Made in the 90s

A fan made this cast poster for Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War if it would have been released in the 90s.

[Source: Bochi-Bochi on FB]

An Ode to Lost Pens [Comic]

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Rick Astley Gives Awesome Performance with Choir! Choir! Choir! [Video]

From Choir! Choir! Choir!:

In March 2018, we made a video asking pop legend Rick Astley to come sing with us.
HE SHOWED UP two weeks later!!
It was even more incredible than we could have expected.
Rick looks and sounds better than ever.

He’s back in a BIG way writing and performing all new material, Slaying it all over again.
He is the real deal, and always has been.
He also challenged another musician to come sing with us,
So look for that at the end of the video…

Rick is back on tour throughout the US right now, and his band is killer,
So look out for him making his way to your town!
Now enjoy the best version of Never Gonna Give You Up EVER!

[Choir! Choir! Choir!]

A Beautiful Medley of TV Sitcom Theme Songs on Guitar [Video]

From Beyond The Guitar:

Hope you all enjoy my classical guitar medley of my favorite tv sitcom theme songs: Friends, Seinfeld, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The Big Bang Theory, Parks and Recreation, and The Office.

[Beyond The Guitar | Via LS]

SUMMER IS COMING: Our Tees are Currently Priced at Just $14 Each! [T-Shirt Sale!]

Just a quick post to let you guys know that we’ve just started our t-shirt sale for this month! For just a few days all our tees are priced at just $14 each! Whatever fandom you’re into, I’m sure we have something that will be of interest to you! Here are a few of our favorites!

[Geeks are Sexy T-Shirt Store]

The Soothing Embrace [Comic]

Yep, been there, experienced it.

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Chrome To Mute Autoplay Videos By Default

The Chrome browser is finally muting the sound of autoplay videos by default. The update, in Chrome version 66, has arrived three months later than planned.

During that delay period, users were able to actively choose to mute all autoplay videos on a specific site. Now that will not only be the default, but the idea is that videos with sound won’t even start playing. (Those without sound will still autoplay.)

Rather than put the onus on the user to select exceptions to this rule, Chrome will attempt to create automated exceptions using a “Media Engagement Index.” In simple terms, if you regularly choose to watch videos on a site, Chrome will let the autoplay and sound work on future visits.

For the purposes of these calculations, Chrome will only count you as intentionally watching a video if you do so for more than seven seconds, have the sound switched on, and have the relevant tab active. It won’t count videos that are smaller than 200 x 140 pixels.

Even if a site does get on the exceptions list through these calculations, you can still actively choose to mute it from the menu that appears when you right-click on the tab at the top of the screen.

On mobile devices, the set-up is simpler. Sites will only be automatically excepted from the rule if you have added a link to it on your home screen.

It’s worth noting in both cases that once you actively click or tap on a web page, other pages on the same site will be allowed to autoplay videos for the rest of that browsing session, unless you’ve actively chosen to mute the site.

Meanwhile a small proportion of computers running Chrome 66 will trial a new security tool called Site Isolation. In simple terms it means all pages from a particular website will be put into a separate sandboxed process. The idea is to make it even harder for rogue sites to access a user’s data from other websites.