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Thursday, March 26, 2015

Throwback Thursday: News Recap March 26, 2015

If you have been reading the W.L. May Blog but haven't checked us out on FacebookTwitter or Google+, you may not be getting the whole story. We use all of those social media outlets to share news stories that relate to our industry as well as appliance tips we have found from other sources. Here is a recap of some of the top stories we have seen lately. So without further ado:

We start with some consumer friendly articles we feel would be great for sharing:
  • With baseball getting underway, do you know how to break in a baseball glove using the dishwasher? LINK
  • A good way to stretch your food budget is too cook twice as much as needed and freeze the rest. Just do it safely, please. LINK
  • Farm and Dairy told us what foods you should refrigerate, freeze or store in your pantry. LINK
  • Treehugger gave us their dishwasher loading tips. LINK
Next, we look at the manufacturers and how they have been in the news recently:
  • Bloomberg Business reported on Electoluxes moves into the world of connected appliances. LINK
  • GE wants to help you gather around the table to cook dinner-on the table. LINK
We found an article that might be of interest to those of you who love all thing appliances:
  • The mysterious case of the exploded refrigerators. LINK
Sometimes, the links we post are related to technology, business or happenings on the internet:
  • A hacked internet connected refrigerator sounds like subject from a comedy sketch. Here is why it isn't funny. LINK
  • What does your business do? If you answered appliance repair, you may be missing the bigger picture suggested the New Jersey Herald. LINK
  • The Consumerists told us how one restauranteur dealt with a bad Yelp review. LINK
We close with a fun story:
  • The fancy features were nice, but it was cheaper to fix the refrigerator. LINK
  • A husbands laundry sorting fail leads to thoughts of superstition and nostalgia. LINK

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