Android Audubon Apps On Sale for Earth Day

I bought their Trees apps a few weeks ago on sale and really enjoyed it.  While there is room for improvement, I really like the idea of digitizing the Audubon books (which I’ve always enjoyed immensely).  Their original price point of $9.99 always struck me as a bit steep, but at 50% this will probably push me over the edge on picking up more of them.

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Tree Shaped Garden Rake Brings Falling Leaves Full Circle

There is something very conceptually pleasing about using a tree-shaped rake to collect fallen leaves.  Visual closure, I suppose.

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Amazon Kindle Fire For Only $139, Today Only

Been looking to take the eBook/tablet plunge but found the prices a bit to steep?  Today only (2012-03-29), Amazon is offering refurbished Android tablet and Kindle reader, the Kindle Fire for $139.  These come with a one-year warranty.  If I didn’t own a tablet already, I would be tempted to take the plunge myself.  Link to deal after the cut. UPDATE: Looks like they are all gone. Hope you got yours!

Kindle Fire: upright, angled view

Save $30 on a Certified Refurbished Kindle Fire. Each Certified Refurbished Kindle Fire is a pre-owned Kindle Fire that has been refurbished, tested, and is certified to look and …
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Flint Knapping Community Offers Free How-to PDF

Fans of George R. R. Martin’s Song of Ice and Fire will instantly recognize the benefits of learning flint knapping.  But that piece of geek trivia aside, flint knapping is one of those primitive skills that is mostly done for enjoyment and art/craft.  While I doubt it will come in handy except in the rarest of survival situations, it is somehow pleasing to know skills that allowed man to survive and prosper for some 2.5 million years are being preserved.

The flint knapping community is as generous with its time and expertise as any enthusiast group I know. Case in …
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Free Android & iPhone Grocery Shopping & Meal Planning App & Service

Signing up either at or in the app, Food on the Table will ask you for your preferences—the types of foods you like and dishes you enjoy, and the grocery stores you shop at. Then it will recommend dishes for you for the week, helping you get out of food ruts or scrambling to figure out what to make for dinner.

Swing by Lifehacker for a coupon code for free membership for life! Link after the cut.

Food on the Table Builds Meal Plans and Grocery Lists To Go on Android, iPhone, and Online

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