I visit here often because I like Latin music. The site is based out of Washington, D.C., and they track the latest artists and their music. It's not so much a radio station as a collection of music. There's Brazilian music, Latin music, you name it.
I like listening to the site on my computer, which is easy to do if you have the right equipment. It's great to be able to listen to some of the site's favorite picks before I go buy anything. I don't want to walk into one of these big music stores and not have a clue about what I want. By clicking onto radiofutura first, I've already listened to a little bit of it, so I know what I want when I go buy it.Other Destinations
blockbuster.com I always want to know what Blockbuster's top 10 hits are before I go into the video store, and it's simple to look them up online. If I see a top 10 or a top 20 list, I can just print it out and bring it with me. Having a list in front of me helps with my selections and often jogs my memories.
The Web site is easy to use and well laid out. You can move around it. You can take a look at what's going on, entertainment-wise, and the business side of the company is also covered. I'm on the board and I like to go to the site before board meetings and read over the letters that the company receives, both good and bad, as well as any interesting stories that might be posted.
southwest.com This is one of the sites I visit the most, especially for weekend travel, which I like to do. They have these specials that, if you buy for the next three months online, you get a big deal on them. So I'll go through a whole bunch. I travel a lot on Southwest to my native state, New Mexico, where my husband and I recently refurbished a seven-bedroom lodge in a town called Chama in northern New Mexico.
ebay.com I love this site. My husband and I used ebay to look for a lot of things for our lodge. They have everything, from wardrobes to antique tables, and there are some good bargains there.
I've never had any problems with anything I've purchased. In fact, one time I bought a stove and, because they had mislabeled the size of the backsplash, they called us and apologized. We canceled the sale and that was that. It wasn't like, "Well, too bad, here's this shoved down your throat," which can happen with some things you buy on the Web.
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