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vlrPhone / vlrFilter
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How Uber Started
 
Definitive Driving for Uber Guide: Pt1 Getting Started Driving
Definitive Driving for Uber Guide: Pt1 Getting Started Driving
Have you ever wanted a job that gave you freedom from the chains of the office cube? Well this quick start guide shows you how to get started and be successful driving for Uber.

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Echo Show - Black
Echo Show - Black
Voice responses from Alexa are now enhanced with visuals and optimized for visibility across the room. Call or message your family and friends that also have an Echo or the Alexa App, get the news with a video flash briefing, see your Prime Photos, shop with your voice, see lyrics with Amazon Music, browse and listen to Audible audiobooks, and more. All you have to do is ask. Echo Show has eight microphones and beam-forming technology so it can hear you from across the room—even while music is playing. Echo Show is also an expertly tuned speaker that can fill any room with immersive audio powered by Dolby. When you want to use Echo Show, just say the wake word "Alexa" and Echo Show responds instantly. Introducing a new way to be together more with the people who matter most. Make hands-free video calls to friends and family who have an Echo Show or the Alexa App. When you’re busy making dinner, just ask Alexa to place a call from your Echo Show to anyone with a supported Echo device or the Alexa App. You can also enable a new feature called Drop In for the special cases when you want to connect with your closest friends and family. For example, you can drop in to let the family know it’s time for dinner, see the baby’s nursery, or check in with a close relative.   With the Alexa App, conversations and contacts go where you go. When you’re away from home, use the app to make a quick call or send a message to your family’s Echo. Alexa calling and messaging is free—to get started, download the latest version of the Alexa App on a smart phone with iOS 9.0 or higher, or Android 5.0 or higher, and verify your mobile number. For news and information you can see and hear, just ask Alexa for your video flash briefing from CNN. Curious about the latest movie trailers or a need a how-to video from YouTube? Just ask. Echo Show helps keep you organized at home. Start a timer in the kitchen and watch as it counts down, or easily see and manage your family’s calendar. Sign in to the Alexa App to take your to-do and shopping lists with you. Just add an item to the list from home, and whoever is out shopping will see it added instantly on their Alexa App. Voice control your music Powered by Dolby, Echo Show is fine-tuned to deliver crisp vocals with dynamic bass response and expansive sound. Watch as the display comes alive to show song lyrics, custom stations, curated playlists, and album art with Amazon Music. Listen to tens of millions of songs with Amazon Music Unlimited. Echo Show also connects to Spotify, Pandora, iHeartRadio, and TuneIn—giving you voice control for all of your music. Echo Show is Bluetooth-enabled so you can stream other popular music services like Apple Music from your phone or tablet. Far-field voice recognition Equipped with eight microphones, beam-forming technology, and noise cancellation, Echo Show hears you from any direction–even while music is playing. When you want to use Echo Show, simply say the wake word, "Alexa" and Echo Show lights up and streams audio to the cloud. The Alexa Voice Service is then leveraged to recognize and respond to your request instantly. If you have more than one Echo Show, Echo, or Echo Dot, Alexa responds from the Echo you're closest to. If you want to limit your interaction with Alexa, simply turn the mic/camera button off. Control your smart home Use Echo Show to see a live camera feed from the nursery or your front door. Turn on the fan or dim the lights from the couch—all without lifting a finger. Echo Show works with smart home devices such as cameras, lights, fans, thermostats, garages, sprinklers, and more. Always getting smarter Alexa—the brain behind Echo Show—is built in the cloud, so she is always getting smarter. The more you use Echo Show, the more it adapts to your speech patterns, vocabulary, and personal preferences. And because Echo Show is always connected, updates are delivered automatically. Skills add even more capabilities like making a dinner reservation with OpenTable, requesting a ride from Uber, tracking your steps with Fitbit, trying a new recipe from Allrecipes, and more. New skills are being added all the time. You can also see ratings and reviews to learn what other customers are saying about skills in the Alexa App.

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Manual Woodworkers & Weavers Word Throw Pillow, Wine is How Classy People Get Drunk, 12.5 x 8.5"
Manual Woodworkers & Weavers Word Throw Pillow,  Wine is How Classy People Get Drunk, 12.5 x 8.5"
From the mountains of North Carolina, manual WW weaves, sews, prints, and develops not just the fabrics, textiles, and beautiful products you'd expect from a Heritage company, they bring you the freshest designs for your home. Although Thomas Lemuel Oates started manual Woodworkers & Weavers in 1932, the story goes back further. The roots of the company can be found in Oates' entrepreneurial spirit. He and his brother used to farm the Mountain areas of Bat cave in Western North Carolina. They would also help their mother find materials for her crafts. The sons began to make wooden whistles, buckets and bird-houses. They would sell their wares along with her crafts to the people from Charlotte that came through in their horse-drawn buggies on the way to the mountains. Later, Thomas worked at the Ashville postcard company. When the depression hit, he lost his job, but it inspired him to go into business and sell crafts, like cornhusk dolls and woven pieces, that were produced by the local women. He had learned about the Wholesale business while working at Ashville. He built a waterwheel to generate electricity at a mill, began making product and opened shop. Over the years, he expanded the company. His son, Lemuel Oates, who would next manage the company, says he worked in the business from a young age. He explains the products were made from cotton scraps left over from making socks. Half-inch circles would be looped together to form a variety of products. Lemuel Oates went to college and then settled in Richmond. In December 1973, he returned to Bat cave and took over the company. In 2007 his son Travis and his daughter, Molly Oates Sherrill, took over the business.

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$12.95
-$1.04(-7%)



Busy Life CAR SEAT ORGANIZER - Great FRONT SEAT HOLDER For Cell Phone or Small Purse. Rigid Support Gives SEAT BACK ORGANIZER Strength - Safely Store Essentials For The Driver
Busy Life CAR SEAT ORGANIZER - Great FRONT SEAT HOLDER For Cell Phone or Small Purse. Rigid Support Gives SEAT BACK ORGANIZER Strength - Safely Store Essentials For The Driver
AT LAST, YOUR SEARCH IS OVER FOR STORING YOUR IMPORTANT ITEMS AS YOU DRIVE!As the driver, where do you store your essentials?You have enough drink holders...BUT the center console takes up all the front seat storage space.Most new cars, SUV's, and Mini Van's are lacking a place to hold your important items.There is never room for your...smart phone, purse, wallet, notebook computer, iPad, lip gloss and so on...Add a passenger and you cannot even use the seat next to you for storage.What to do?Choose the Busy Life Backseat Organizer.How will this benefit you?•Right Sized The perfect size for the driver's needs...•Convenient Fits the items you need...keeps them within reach... • Versatile Your Seat Organizer will fit on the front, side, and back of the seat-easy to reach storage... even when someone is riding with you.• Sturdy Rigid construction keeps heavier items in place, so the seat organizer does not collapse and dump your items out...We take pride in our product; we use it and love it.The Busy Life Backseat Organizer is the highest rated car seat organizer on the market because of its great design and construction.We know you will love it. With our money-back guarantee there is no risk. Click the Add to Cart button now.

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Manual Wall Hanging and Finial Rod, How Sweet The Sound, 26 X 36-Inch
Manual Wall Hanging and Finial Rod, How Sweet The Sound, 26 X 36-Inch
Manual Woodworkers and Weavers brings you a fresh way to display your favorite images and showcase inspiring message with their collection of hanging wall art with included finial hanging rod. Although Thomas Lemuel Oates started Manual Woodworkers and Weavers in 1932, the story goes back further. The roots of the company can be found in Oates' entrepreneurial spirit. He and his brother used to farm the mountain areas of Bat Cave in western North Carolina. They would also help their mother find materials for her crafts. The sons began to make wooden whistles, buckets and bird-houses. They would sell their wares along with her crafts to the people from Charlotte that came through in their horse-drawn buggies on the way to the mountains. Later, Thomas worked at the Ashville Postcard Company. When the Depression hit, he lost his job, but it inspired him to go into business and sell crafts, like cornhusk dolls and woven pieces, that were produced by the local women. He had learned about the wholesale business while working at Ashville. He built a waterwheel to generate electricity at a mill, began making product and opened shop. Over the years, he expanded the company. His son, Lemuel Oates, who would next manage the company, says he worked in the business from a young age. He explains the products were made from cotton scraps left over from making socks. Half-inch circles would be looped together to form a variety of products. Lemuel Oates went to college and then settled in Richmond. In December 1973, he returned to Bat Cave and took over the company. In 2007 his son Travis and his daughter, Molly Oates Sherrill, took over the business.

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$40.00



Manual Vintage Style Kitchen Apron, How Merlot Can You Go
Manual Vintage Style Kitchen Apron, How Merlot Can You Go
These aprons from Manual Woodworkers and Weavers feature Vintage Patterns and Prints, cotton construction and embroidered text. Although Thomas Lemuel Oates started Manual Woodworkers & Weavers in 1932, the story goes back further. The roots of the company can be found in Oates' entrepreneurial spirit. He and his brother used to farm the mountain areas of Bat Cave in western North Carolina. They would also help their mother find materials for her crafts. The sons began to make wooden whistles, buckets and bird-houses. They would sell their wares along with her crafts to the people from Charlotte that came through in their horse-drawn buggies on the way to the mountains. Later, Thomas worked at the Ashville Postcard Company. When the Depression hit, he lost his job, but it inspired him to go into business and sell crafts, like cornhusk dolls and woven pieces, that were produced by the local women. He had learned about the wholesale business while working at Ashville. He built a waterwheel to generate electricity at a mill, began making product and opened shop. Over the years, he expanded the company. His son, Lemuel Oates, who would next manage the company, says he worked in the business from a young age. He explains the products were made from cotton scraps left over from making socks. Half-inch circles would be looped together to form a variety of products. Lemuel Oates went to college and then settled in Richmond. In December 1973, he returned to Bat Cave and took over the company. In 2007 his son Travis and his daughter, Molly Oates Sherrill, took over the business.

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$17.80
-$5.20(-23%)





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