This Week's Most Commented & Recommended
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So here are this week's top posts, as endorsed by you via the recommend feature, or as indicated by the level of talk going on in the comments:
Is Your Time Warner Internet Service Cutting Out? We asked, and you told us. It all started when local blog LA Snark started, well, snarking about local internet service. "What’s going on with Time Warner’s internet outtages in the Los Angeles area?
Public Transit to get Easier with New TAP Cards Using public transit might theoretically get easier now that TAP cards are being rolled out with the "debit" feature, but what's getting harder is understanding the fine print of the details and just what the heck Metro is saying in their promo materials.
Amazon.com Deliveries are Waaaaaay Behind Schedule This Year Trusting the internets to deliver your holiday goods is a gamble, and for some an online reliable like Amazon doesn't disappoint, but for others, well, that wait is going to be a little longer. Of course, this makes us wonder, is it all just a ploy to get us to sign up for their paid "Prime" program? You give us your 2 cents, and we'll be paying for 2-day shipping.