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Adrian HoffmanHi! My name is Reginald Meyer. After putting in 50+ hours of research and testing, I made a list of the best Jelly Servers of 2018 and explained their differences and advantages.

In this article, I will be categorizing the items according to their functions and most typical features. I hope that my Top 10 list will provide you great options in buying the right fit for you.



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№1 – Winco CJ-7G, 7-Ounce Glass Condiment Jars with Plastic Slotted Covers, Clear Sauce Seasoning Cups with Clear Lids, 1 Dozen

Winco CJ-7G, 7-Ounce Glass Condiment Jars with Plastic Slotted Covers, Clear Sauce Seasoning Cups with Clear Lids, 1 Dozen
Featuring a strong thick-walled construction, Winco CJ-7G is a great solution for busy hotel buffets, catered events, cafeterias and bars.
Thanks to its durable clear glass construction, this piece allows for fast content identification.
With its simplistic, carefree design, this jar ideally fits for storage of cherries, olives, pickles, sugar, jelly, and more.


№2 – Lenox Butterfly Meadow 7-Piece Condiment Set

Lenox Butterfly Meadow 7-Piece Condiment Set
Made of chip-resistant Lenox white porcelain
Microwave and dishwasher safe
Florals and butterflies in exquisite colors adorn each scalloped piece


№3 – StarPack Ultra Flexible Silicone Turner Spatula Set of 3, Bonus 101 Cooking Tips (Gray Black)

StarPack Ultra Flexible Silicone Turner Spatula Set of 3, Bonus 101 Cooking Tips (Gray Black)
EXTRA WIDE, ULTRA THIN FLEXIBLE SPATULAS FOR EASY FLIPPING – Ultra thin, flexible blades that slide easily under food, perfect for flipping pancakes, fish, omelettes, wok stir-fry, bbq and more. The ergonomically designed handles with thumb groove ensure maximum comfort and control. WIDE SLOTTED SPATULA: 12.2” x 5.9” | LARGE SPATULA: 13.1” x 3.9” | REGULAR SPATULA: 11.8” x 3.07”


Google Chromebit HDMI

And now for something completely different: the Google Chromebit HDMI, made by Asus.

As you might have guessed, this is no Windows PC stick. Rather, it runs on Google’s own lightweight Chrome OS. than the OS, the Chromebit has the same USB 2.0 port, Bluetooth 4.0, and Wi-Fi connectivity of the other sticks on this list. However, it’s powered by a less capable Rockchip 328SoC. Still, the aforementioned

PC stick also has half the internal storage of the others, but again,

Chrome OS does most of its heavy lifting in the cloud, with no real

First up we have the

Intel Compute Stick. As with the others on this list, the Intel Compute Stick plugs into any monitor or television with an HDMI connection. The idea is to then plug in a keyboard and mouse via USB 2.0 or Bluetooth (or most likely a combination of the two) for a full PC setup.

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Dell Wyse Cloud Connect

The Dell Wyse Cloud Connect has been around for more than a year. So, has the giant PC maker stolen a major march on Intel, Lenovo and co? Not quite.

The Dell Wyse Cloud Connect has a similar form factor to the rest, but it’s actually doing something completely different. It’s powered by Android 4.Jelly Bean and a modest dual-core Cortex-AARM SoC (backed by 1GB of RAM), which makes it more akin to TV dongles such as the Google Chromecast than this new breed of plug-in PCs.

Say Google

From the Google Now screen, you can say Google to start a search. (You can also tap the microphone icon on the search widget at the top of your default home screen to access this feature.) If you ask a question that Google’s knowledge graph

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Google Now also responds to some voice commands, so you can say “Google set an alarm for 7am” and your tablet will set an alarm for 7am. Note that you can only initiate voice searches by saying Google at the Google Now screen.

On Android 4.2’s default keyboard, you can drag your finger over letters to type words, just as the popular Swype keyboard for Android

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I’ve long since fell in love with sliding/swiping keyboard, as my SlideIT review from a year ago shows. But when people hear “swiping keyboard,” SlideIT isn’t usually the first name that comes to mind: Swype…

Read More allows. For example, to type the word make, you’d touch m, drag your finger to a, drag your finger to k, drag it to e, and then release. You can then start typing a new word without even pressing space. It sounds a bit weird, but it can be very quick to type with once you’re used to it. It also allows you to type with one hand — ideal if you’re holding the tablet in the other hand. Unlike with Swype, the keyboard will display a guess of the word while you’re dragging your finger.

To access a quick settings menu and easily configure Wi-Fi, brightness, Bluetooth, alarms, and other commonly used settings, drag down from the upper-right corner of the screen, above the clock. This feature is only found in Android 4.2, so you won’t see it if you’re using Android 4.(On an Android, you’d drag down from the top of the screen with two fingers to access this menu.)

Android 4.allows you to create multiple user accounts on tablets. This is particularly ideal if you’re sharing a tablet between multiple people in your household. Every user has their own apps and app settings, just like using separate user accounts on a computer.  To add additional user accounts, tap the Users option on the Settings screen and use the Add User button.

Control Notifications

From the app’s information screen, you can disable notifications to prevent a noisy app

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Android 4.allows you to enter text by tapping the microphone on the keyboard and speaking it aloud. This previously only worked while online – on Jelly Bean, you can now use voice recognition offline.

Designate Wi-Fi as Mobile Data

If you’re tethering your tablet to a smartphone or using a mobile hotspot, your tablet will think it’s a normal Wi-Fi network. You can tell Android that the Wi-Fi network is a mobile data network to have Android ease up on the data it uses, potentially saving you money if you have a limited data plan.

To do so, open the Settings screen, tap Data usage, tap the menu button at the top-right corner of the window, tap Mobile hotspots, and put a checkmark next to each Wi-Fi network that’s actually a mobile hotspot.

Ways To Securely Encrypt Your Files In The Cloud

Your files may be encrypted in transit and on the cloud provider’s servers, but the cloud storage company can decrypt them — and anyone that gets access to your account can view the files. Client-side…

Read More your tablet’s storage to prevent other people from accessing it without your password. To do so, tap Security on the settings screen and tap Encrypt tablet.

Easily Create Folders

To easily create a folder containing multiple app icons on your home screen, drag and drop the icons onto each other. Android will automatically contain a folder, which you can open by tapping. These folders can also be placed into the dock on the bottom of your home screen.

If you have a Nexus 7, be sure to check out our list of awesome tablet-optimized apps for the Nexus 7

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Snowquill set

The warm doublet is a good start, but exploring the cold areas of the map — like Mount Lanayru or fighting the Divine Beast Vah Medoh — will require better (and warmer) clothes. And that’s why you want the snowquill set.

You can buy this set — the snowquill tunic, the snowquill trousers and the snowquill headdress — from a shop in Rito Village for 2,150 rupees. It’s not cheap, but buying this set will let you forget about cold climates, period.

Go for Young Talent in FIFA 1Career Mode

If you have a limited transfer budget that won’t allow you to sign the world’s best players, you’ve got to think long-term. FIFA 1is full of hidden gems that aren’t rated brilliantly now, but will develop into really solid players. In three to five years these players will either be solid first-team members or command good transfer fees if you want to move them on.

Scout Players in FIFA 1Career Mode

Even if you already know what players to target, thanks to our FIFA 1Hidden Gems and FIFA 1Best Young Players guides, you won’t know what value the selling club has in mind for them. By sending a scout you’ll learn a little more about the player.

Don’t go too low During Transfer Negotiations in FIFA 1Career Mode

This is a pretty big tip that you should always bear in mind when you’re trying to complete transfer deals in FIFA 1Never go in too low with the first offer. If you’ve scouted a player you’ll know roughly what value the selling club as placed on the player you’re after, and if you go in below this, chances are the seller will walk away. This will also lock you out from making a follow-up offer.

Listen to What the Selling Club is Saying During Transfer Negotiations

Transfer negotiations in FIFA 1are a game of give and take. You are perfectly within your rights to try and offer less than the selling club has said they are after, but watch out for them saying they won’t accept less than a certain amount. If you lowball them at this point, they’ll probably walk away.

Add a Sell-on fee if You Don’t Plan to Sell

Sell-on fees in FIFA 1are a good way to offer value to the seller, with you offering them a percentage of a future sale of the player. This obviously will hurt your finances if you give away too much, but if you’re negotiating one of the most promising young players in FIFA 1and don’t plan to sell him in the future, ramp up the sell-on percentage. The selling club will think they’re getting a great deal, while you sit there knowing you aren’t ever selling a player set to become a 90+ rated superstar.

Player Negotiations in FIFA 1Career Mode

Once you’ve had a fee agreed with the selling club you need to talk to the player. Here you’ll discuss contract length, wage, squad status, and release clauses.

For wages, just gauge what the player wants and judge it against what they earned previously. Always offer more than their previous salary if they don’t suggest an amount.

Push for five-year contracts as this gives you more power if a club comes in with an offer.

Signing on fees are a nice sweetener and can help convince the player to take a smaller weekly wage.

Squad status isn’t usually much of a problem. Young players tend to appreciate they aren’t going to be in the starting 1every week.

FIFA 1Career Mode Guide – Selling Players in FIFA 1Career Mode

Selling a player in FIFA 1can be a great way to get extra transfer budget to improve your team in FIFA 1Career Mode. We’ve got the tips you need to make sure you don’t slip up in the transfer market.

Always try to Negotiate a Sell-on Fee

A new feature in FIFA 1is the ability to add a sell-on fee to player transfers. When you’re selling a member of your squad, try to add a sell-on fee for as much as the buying team will accept. This is much more important for a young player as their future fees are likely to be much higher than for older players nearing the end of their career.

Push as High as you can

For your own players you should have a good idea of the value they hold. Check the info the game is telling you and don’t be afraid to suggest a higher fee than is being suggested. Just be careful not to get carried away and go too high. If the manager screen is saying you can get between £35m and £50m for a player, don’t try and get £52m. If you try to negotiate a fee that’s seen as too high, the buyer will walk away.

Think About Who You’re Selling and What Player Growth Remains

If you own a kid who has amazing potential, don’t sell. Chances are you’ll get better offers when they’ve developed a bit more. If you have a decent player who is nearing the end of their playing career (aged 30 or older), seriously consider selling and using the money you make to invest in new young players. Just be careful you don’t leave yourself with a squad of players who are only average now or your form will seriously suffer.


Liqueurs… hard to spell, harder to pronounce, but what a joy to consume!

Often, liqueurs are produced from exotic ingredients like fruits and nuts.

As an ardent fan and reader of these pages pointed out:

The Federal Standards of Identity define cordials and liqueurs as products obtained by mixing or redistilling distilled spirits with or over fruits, plants, or pure juices therefrom, or other natural flavoring materials, or with extracts derived from infusions, percolation, or maceration of such materials, and containing sugar, dextrose, or levulose, or a combination thereof, in an amount not less than 2.percent by weight of the finished product. The Standards prohibit use of the terms “distilled” or “compound” when describing or labelling the product.

That definition notwithstanding, there are many, many liqueurs and they come in exciting shapes and sizes, and have all sorts of aromas and tastes.

Here, I’ll just talk about the few that I know about and trust you to find out about the others.

Brandy: As a child, I’m sure you have had brandy and honey administered to you for a particularly bad cold. Well, maybe that was just in my family. Brandy is made by distilling wine. A good brandy should have a strong aroma and should go down smoothly. Typically, brandy is served in a special kind of glass called a snifter. A snifter has a wide bottom and a narrow top, much like your average politician, although the snifter tends to crack under pressure. The shape of the snifter enables funnelling the aroma of the brandy.

Brandy from the Cognac region in France is called, surprisingly, “Cognac”.

Good cognacs are actually pretty easy to find. Look for the label “VSOP” under the name. If VSOP is a bit too much for your wallet, settle for the inferior VS (Very Special). Good brands of brandy/cognac are: Courvoisier,

Technically, brandy is not a liqueur because it neither has enough residual sugar nor any added flavourings, but somehow it feels like it should be

Vermouth: Vermouth is fortified wine, which means it’s probably hard to break down its defences. Seriously though, vermouth is just white or red wine to which an assortment of flavours can be and indeed, are, added. Most of these flavourings make the wine itself unpotable, but make for a decent additive. Most bars stock on vermouth mainly for the martinis, although the savvy martini drinker wants merely a whiff, not a quaff of the vermouth.

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The LG6JELLYx by Technical Pro is the ultimate product for anyone looking to enhance their venue or show with a light display. It projects lights in a variety of colors to form dynamic patterns. In Sound-Active Mode, these patterns can be set to respond to sound to ensure the visuals don’t distract from the music. If you want to use the LG6JELLYx without sound, the LG6JELLYx comes equipped with an Auto Mode that projects patterns according to a variety of pre-programmed settings. Either way, the LG6JELLYx delivers an exciting show.

Stunning Visuals powered by LED bulbs, the LG6JELLYx blankets your show in an unparalleled visual display. With a 270 degree beam angle, the LG6JELLYx helps keep more of your party in the party. The result is a show no one is soon to forget.

Designed to work alone or as a part of a larger setup, the LG6JELLYx integrates quickly into standard lighting setups. The LG6JELLYx can be directed via DMX51and operates on channels. Included 3-pin input and output channels make daisy chaining easy so you can link multiple LG6JELLYx together or couple the LG6JELLYx with other lighting products. The LG6JELLYx mounts onto ceilings and walls via an included bracket that sets up in minutes.  

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At Technical Pro we understand that the best products are those that compliment their environments. This understanding formed the basis for our lighting line designed to be the visual counterpart for your audio show.  With our effects lights you get stunning visuals that never distract from the music.

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Final Word

First of all thanks for reading my article to the end! I hope you find my reviews listed here useful and that it allows you to make a proper comparison of what is best to fit your needs and budget. Don’t be afraid to try more than one product if your first pick doesn’t do the trick.

Most important, have fun and choose your Jelly Servers wisely! Good luck!

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