Rest In Peace, Fred Meijer Beth Snyder November 26, 2011 If you are from the upper Midwest of the US, or if you’ve spent any time here, you are intimately familiar with the chain of hypermarkets called Meijer. Not to be confused with Fred Meyers stores. Our Fred Meijer was a local man who went out of his way to make goods available to everyone at the lowest possible price, but he was also a philanthropist of the highest caliber. There are many buildings in my area that bear his and his wife’s names (including the new state-of-the-art heart center at a local hospital), as well as a truly amazing sculpture and botanical garden complex. He could be found just about anywhere handing out free coupons to children for the ice cream shop in the front of his stores, and to this day it costs just a penny for children to ride the mechanical horse found near the front door of every store. He passed away yesterday at the age of 91, and the world definitely has a hole in it. I count myself very fortunate indeed to have known him. Sleep well, Mr. Meijer. You’ve definitely earned the rest. KitGuru starts us off with the Patriot Pyro SE 240GB & Wildfire 240GB SSD techPowerUp examines the LEPA G700-MA 700 W HardwareHeaven gets into some SteelSeries Diablo 3 Gaming Gear – Headset and Mouse TweakTown goes inside the Lian Li PC-TU200 Mini-ITX Chassis eTeknix counters with the CM Storm Trooper Full Tower Chassis Real World Labs wants you to know about its Real World Labs And Jabra Joint Contest bit-tech takes on Minecraft TechRadar goes mobile with the HTC Rhyme Hi Tech Legion announces its 3rd Annual Holiday Giveaway – Black Friday Metku taps away at the Roccat Isku Gaming Keyboard RBMods explores the Antec P180 Mini The SSD Review weighs in on the Patriot Pyro SE 6Gbps 240GB SSD Phoronix checks out AMD FX-8150 With The Open64 5.0 Compiler To close out this selection, DeXgo chills out with the Thermaltake Jing Share This With The World!