We're coming back from a ski trip at Whistler and are researching Asian markets/stores in Vancouver B.C. … mostly we're interested in Asian vegetables and fruits. There are at least 10 markets that show up on Yelp and so far the one that looks best for veggies is Sunrise Market. The other spot that looks good is this Teng's Market . It sounds like it is in Chinatown and traffic can be an issue but I think we're going to make this our first stop. The photo posted on Yelp shows a full row of veggies and they have their own small parking lot. They also claim to take credit cards which can sometimes be an issue in little Asian markets. I'll try to report back on our findings and maybe add some photos of the place.
Note: this only works for chrome users….I was looking for a easy way to automatically open up a URL on my mobile phone that I had open on my desktop… For example I’m looking at a website that I’m developing ( on the desktop ) and I want to see what it looks like on my mobile device and I would click on a button to make the tab open on my mobile device browser.
Sometimes I feel like my router is buckling on the pressure… It connects and disconnects… We usually don’t have more than 13 devices on in the household… Smart phones, tablets, notebooks, raspberryPi, Xbox, etc. I just thought that it might be time to upgrade my router to improve the efficiency of everybody’s online experience. I’ll let you know if it does not work out as I was hoping. I did some research and ended up purchasing this one:
Tenda AC15 Wireless-AC1900 Dual Band Gigabit Router,1300Mbps at 5GHz, 600Mbps at 2.4GHz,3 External Antennas,3 USB Port, IPv6, Guest Network
Articles Found While Resarching:
Article mostly recommends optimal positioning of the router for good wireless signal. It also recommends upgrading equipment every couple of years. Does not recommend any routers in particular.
Things I was also searching for:
- Can an expensive router improve your productivity?
- Is it your router that is slowing down your home Internet connection and not your ISP?
- What is the router that Noah Kagan recommends?