Fire TV Stick: new orders expected to deliver in 2015
I warned people not to wait!
Amazon’s newest piece of hardware, the
how has an expected delivery date of January 1, 2015 for new orders from Amazon.com. Gee, if you haven’t gotten your New Year’s Day gift, you can still just make it. If you need it for an event before that, it doesn’t look like you’ll make it (although there might be a strong secondary market for it, depending on how things go.
This is just a quick note…I’m having some dental work done early tomorrow, and they suggest I take one of the “anti-anxiety” meds the night before, which I have done. It doesn’t seem to be impacting me yet, but I may not notice….and this entry may get really weird (which the whole blog can be, but this should be noticeable.
I will say that I don’t see the Voice Remote in the top 100…no surprise there.
Have to head off to bed…I should be good to write something tomorrow night.
Update: everything went fine. 🙂 SQUEAMISH ALERT (in case hearing about this might make you go “ewww”). 😉 I had a root canal. This is the second one I’ve had recently, and they were sort of connected. While I’m not a big person for taking medications (I don’t drink alcohol, for example…I only drink water), I’m not opposed. In both cases, my endodontist had me take Halcion…and for me, it works great! I actually don’t remember the procedure happening at all. I remember being at the office, but there is a memory gap. The negative is that my Significant Other has to drive me to (I take it an hour before I go) and after. No pain involved. It’s a lot less stressful for me than a teeth cleaning! I did sleep some afterwards (and I’m not a daytime napper), but I’m ready now to get back into the swing of things on the computer! I’m even pretty sure that this paragraph isn’t complete medication-induced gibberish. 😉
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