Best Gaming Mouse: Two of the Best

As we approach the gift giving season, one thing is for certain. When Santa comes down the chimney, or whomever brings the gifts, kids all over the world will have some form of gaming system right at their feet. With, today we are going to examine two very awesome gaming mice. These two might be the best gaming mice ever. So, if you need a gaming mouse, check this out.

                        Logitech G600 MMO Gaming Mouse:

            List price: $79.99     Today & free shipping: $36.00

Featuring 20 programmable buttons, this gaming mouse is available in black or white for this very awesome price. It comes with a 12- button thumb panel designed for fast, no-look navigating. It is very low friction too. It works better on smooth surfaces. The cursor is very exact in its movements and the accuracy has been improved. This mouse also comes with a G-shift ring-finger button, this allows you to double your actions that you can do with each button. This mouse has been designed for ease. It is shaped and features modified buttons that will help decrease your click weariness during your extended gaming sessions with numerous players.

            You can completely personalize this mouse for you. You set it up however you want it. It has colors on the thumb panel too. There can be DPI buttons and specific button assignments, its up to you. It is made for PC gaming and compatible with most Windows programs. 

            Pros: Multi-Button Functionality, On-Board Profile Storage, and Easily Customized with Logitech Software

            Cons: Best Suited for MMO, Not comfortable for long periods of Use

                        Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum Gaming Mouse:

            List Price: $ 79.99 @ Best Buy

            Voted probably the best, if not the best out there.  There are several professional gamers who use this mouse and love it. This has the highest DPI at 12,000. When you are gaming and every second counts, this is the mouse you need.  It features an advanced optical sensor and is the most accurate and responsive mouse on the market.

            If you play marathon tournaments, this mouse helps you by providing you with a design hat is comfortable and prevents cramping. This mouse fits most hand sizes as well. Settings on this mouse are quite user friendly and has built in software too. The mouse gives you the most personable experience for you to play your best.

            Pros: Extremely Customizable: This mouse allows users to create and personalized it, based on their needs and what helps them win.                                                Ambient Lighting: Ambient glow makes the mouse look sleek and has an attractive design.                                                                                                                                        High DPI:  DPI on average is 1,600, which many gamers are happy with. However, this mouse has 12,000, is the highest.

            Cons: Not suited for left- handed people.

            Bulky in Design: Comfortable for most hands, however, smaller handed people may think its too big for them. This may cause gamers to shy away from it and find one made for smaller hands.

Business Meeting Etiquette in Vienna Austria

You may not be going to Vienna for fun, in fact, many tourists in Vienna are there for business purposes. In order to be a successful business person in this country, you must be compliant with Austria’s etiquette when going into a business meeting or conference. These will help you excel and give your fellow coworkers a great impression of you and your business.

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                        Business Meeting Manners

            If you are trying to make an appointment with a private company, be aware that these must be made 3to 4 weeks in advanced. Appointments are always necessary for good businesses. When making this appointment, do not make one in August, before Easter, and during Christmas, most of December is unacceptable as well.  If you are not early to the meeting, you will be asked to exit the building. If you are going to be late, a phone call is imperative. All meetings are formal. Do not cancel a meeting at the last minute, this will ruin any business relationship that you had. When making a presentation, your information must be concrete, accurate, and precise. Having back-up information and make sure you can defend the information you give. Austrians are known to be very meticulous regarding details. Meetings have aspecific order; your agenda will always be followed. You will always send a follow up letter to verify everything agreed upon.

            You will not sit in your chair until you are shown where to sit. The Austrians are extremely strict. You will encounter a little bit of getting to know you chat at the beginning of the meeting. Long-term business relationships are what the Austrians want. They do not want to make a quick sale and leave, they want you for the long run. Position in the business is very important here. In Austria, the businesses are generally smaller than the U.S. and other countries. It should be quite easy to schedule a meeting with the head decision maker of a company.  Do not ever be in a rush to end a meeting. Patience is a virtue in Vienna and Austria when doing business. Austrians are not fond of any drama or confrontation in the business realm. Avoid it!

                        What to Wear?

            Since you will be judged by your wardrobe and demeanor, it is vital to dress correctly. You will dress very conservatively at a business meeting. Men must wear dark clothing, usually business suits with a white shirt. For women, they must wear business type suits or a conservative nice dress. If they wear accessories, they must be very elegant.

                        Would you like My Card?

            Everyone will exchange their cards. This can be done informally. One side must be in German. This will show your attention to details. Showing you are sincere to their native language. Make sure to include your degree on the card. When working for a company that is older, make sure to put the founding date on the card to show stability of your company.

Does North Korea Support Cryptocurrency?

Friends of mine have been asking as I am currently located in Pyongyang the capital of North Korean republic, whether our leader is going to be supporting cryptocurrency?

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I have some good or bad news for you, depending on your viewpoint on crypto. The North Korean leaders have a very bullish view towards the entire blockchain ecosystem. They have been using Bitcoin to launder money and bypass sanctions for years now. If you look at many of the top exchanges such as Bitfinex, Bitstamp, and others you’ll see that the majority of the volume is proxied North Korean volume which is funneled through South Korean. By using a proxy they can also get access to exchanges such as Bithumb and Coinone which are located on the south side of Korea.

Cryptocurrency is definitely here to stay and therefore we can’t see any leaders of North Korea having a bearish outlook. Alongside the current bullish state of crypto, the USA and more importantly Donald Trump have made a peace deal with NK and are currently working together to ease sanctions, this could lead to a whole new batch of investors getting into crypto and we could see a boom like no other, the market could explode and go potentially 3-4x from its current levels.

Another viewpoint that I had from a friend of mine working at ICOBench is that since China has pulled out of crypto and banned it in their country, that could mean that Korea does the same, however we believe that Korea is more likely to follow the path of their neighbors Japan, who have endorsed cryptocurrency and will be looking to make it into a federally regulated form of payment.

So what can we gather from this in summary? Bitcoin is here to stay, and our expert friend Jeremy at TheTechInsider believes that BTC will be going to 30K by the end of 2019, he wasn’t wrong before and I doubt he’d be wrong this time.

Gourmet Dining Brand Review: Shrimp Fried Rice

My husband and I are Boy Scout volunteers. Some evenings we have very little time for cooking after work. While doing our grocery shopping we look for quick and easy meal ideas that we could try a couple times a week. On our last trip, we found the Gourmet Dining Shrimp Fried Rice in the freezer section. On the left-hand corner of the package are the words “Freezer to Fork in Minutes”. The bottom front of the package reads “Complete Skillet Meal with Shrimp, Rice, Vegetables with Egg and Gourmet Teriyaki Sauce”. All this and it touts it is 98% Fat-Free, I was sold. As we both like oriental food we thought we’d give it a try. Tonight I prepared the meal and it was fantastic. The instructions are simple and easy. The back of the packaging contains both stovetop and microwave instructions. I prepared the meal using the stovetop instructions. To get the top quality cook on your shrimp fried rice, we recommend a rice cooker, you can see many variations at

Shrimp Fried Rice

Upon opening the package I found three separate plastic bags. One contained the sauce, one contained the shrimp and another larger bag containing the rice and vegetables. Upon first inspection, I thought the meal also contained pineapple. I was wrong; the bright yellow bits are the egg. To prepare the meal all I had to do was the following:

Step One: Thaw the unopened sauce packet under hot running water. The instructions contain DO NOT THAW IN MICROWAVE in big bold capital letters. So I put the sauce packet into a pan of hot water and let the water run slowly over it. While the sauce was thawing I pre-heated a large skillet on the stove over medium-high heat and sprayed it well with Pam cooking spray. The instructions called for one tablespoon of oil or a nonstick cooking spray as I used. I then opened and added the shrimp into the pan and cooked for 2 minutes stirring frequently. I checked the sauce before going on to step two and as it was almost thawed I placed it back into the pan of hot water and turned the water off. I should have probably used my friends’ rice cooker.

Step Two: The instructions are to remove excess liquid and as there was no excess liquid in the skillet I was able to add the rice and vegetable blend as instructions called for. Stirring frequently I heated this mixture for 5 minutes. I wondered how the rice would cook without adding moisture but soon realized the moisture in the frozen vegetables was all that was needed to cook the rice. There were plenty of Sugar Snap Peas and tiny bits of carrots, onion, and egg in the blend. Once I was happy with the tender-crisp quality of the Sugar snap peas and carrots I was ready to go on to…

Step Three: I stirred in the gourmet teriyaki sauce and the meal was ready for our plates, but not before I put my best rice cooker in the dishwasher to clean while we eat!

From start to finish it took 10 minutes to prepare this delicious shrimp fried rice meal. The packaging lists servings per container as 3 to 4. As my husband and I have healthy appetites we were able to eat and have just enough leftover for a light lunch for one of us the next day. I enjoyed the sweet crunchy taste of the sugar snap peas and my husband liked the mild heat felt after swallowing. He thought maybe there would be wasabi listed in the ingredients but the package does not list wasabi. Soy sauce, pepper, garlic and “spices” are what gives the sauce its gourmet taste. I could taste the soy sauce right off and then caught the hint of garlic.

When my husband said “this is a keeper”, I knew I had found a quick and easy meal that he would eat if I prepared another time. He did suggest, however, that a spring roll or egg roll each would be a nice addition to the meal. I do agree with that. This meal would be good for a single person that likes leftovers or a couple with hearty appetites. If it was prepared as a side dish to another main course it would serve 4 but I don’t think so otherwise. If you like fried rice do pick up Gourmet Dining’s Shrimp Fried Rice on your next shopping trip, you’ll find it in the freezer section.