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Our Latest Launch - Waterpik Consumer Oral Health

Today we launched the second in a series of website redesigns for Waterpik. The first was the dental professional site that launched in early March. We launched the consumer oral health site today that continues to breathe new life into the Waterpik online brand experience. More to come, but in the mean time, check it out.


Nifty Amazon Price Tracker

I am all about getting the best prices. Online, it's incredibly easy to get sweet deals that you just can't get in stores. One of the best sites out there is, as you probably guessed, Amazon. Amazon can have some crazy deals and has probably the largest selection of goodies for your hard-earned cash, but how do you know when to drop the cash (more like plastic in this case)?

Camelcamelcamel is a nifty Amazon price tracking website. You can paste in any product URL, or search with keywords and it will give you it's price over the years for Amazon and any 3rd party retailer through Amazon (new and used). Believe it or not, Prices actually fluctuate on Amazon a lot, so a tool like this can help you swoop in and purchase products that are about to bottom-out price-wise. The site will also give you product rating info if it's available. The best part is, you get a nice little graph based of a timeline and price.
If nothing else, it's fun to look at stuff you bought in the past and cry about it :)

Try it out:


Google Reader - Play

I was tinkering with Google Reader Play this morning. It's a visually oriented feed reader that streams random popular feed items through a clean appealing visual interface. Flipping through funny photos and random stuff from across the internet, I came across this:



Google Apps to Integrate Google Services

It's no secret - I follow the evolution of Google's products and services very closely. One of the things I'd like to see happen is the integration of Google Apps (email, contacts, calendar, chat, security) with Google Services (Analytics, AdWords, YouTube, Blogger, Picasa). As has always been the case, Google listens closely to their users, and integration of common Google Services into the Apps Suite is in their near term roadmap, for release over the next several months. Over the past year Google has really reached a critical mass in terms of their services and capabilities that it is becoming more and more of a no-brainer for Sterling-Rice Group. Read more!