We are inundated with useless cheap stuff from the internet and retail stores. We buy gasoline, computers, fruit and vegetables from China, cars from Japan, and useless cheap stuff from Taiwan. None of this helps the American economy at all. But we are tempted to buy it anyway. And it’s not just Wal-Mart that sells useless cheap stuff.
Babies don’t need tons of toys. In fact, stuffed animals, blankets, and other baby stuff are largely useless. In fact, most babies prefer to play with the wrapping paper of a gift instead of the present itself.
Using everyday objects to entertain your baby can save you money and reduce waste at the same time. Here are some examples of such items. And don’t think you’re alone.
We live in an age of technology, but the proliferation of cheap junk is not limited to physical goods. The discount store vending machines have led to an accumulation of useless stuff that often ends up damaging otherwise useful household items.
One example is the mixed CD market, which has been taken over by USBs, which are now being used to decorate New Years parties.
USBs are very popular among tech writers and marketers. Many of them are bombarded by USBs at tech conventions. If you’re looking for cheap USB stuff, you might want to look elsewhere.
However, if you’re looking for a useful USB for your business, USBs are worth checking out.
But before buying one, make sure that you choose a supplier who produces quality drives. You don’t want to waste your money on a cheap drive that doesn’t work properly.
If you are looking for a USB that works with a variety of devices, USB 2.0 is probably the best option. USB 3.0, on the other hand, requires more power. But few computers can handle that much power. As a result, USB 3.0 and USB 3.1 can only handle a limited amount of power.