Saturday, December 31, 2011

I don’t mean to spoil anyone’s New Year’s eve, but you should know that champaign bubbles are caused by dirt particles inside your glass. These include dust particles and cellulose strands from the towel used to dry it. Dirt particles act as concentration points and launchpads for CO2 molecules that you see as bubbles rising in your glass.

Champagne bubbles are caused by dirt in your glass

Other than that, happy New Year! It’s been a great year.

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Snapdragon by Qualcomm. All opinions are 100% mine.

Qualcomm Stadium Renamed After A Chipset

In case you don’t know, Qualcomm is a San Diego wireless chip company. They make processors for mobile devices for 30 different smartphone manufacturers, such as Samsung, LG, Nokia and HTC, among others. Owning the rights to the name of one of the oldest NFL stadiums until 2017, the company decided to change the name of the stadium for December holidays.

In a bid to make to Snapdragon a household name akin to “Intel inside”, the Qualcomm stadium was renamed into Snapdragon Stadium for 11 days to market Snapdragon. Snapdragon processors by Qualcomm are the digital brains inside mobile devices made for smartphones and tablets. The processor is the heart and the brain of most smartphone devices we buy. Between December 18 and December 28, visitors of the stadium saw the new title and banners over the stadium.
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