Nordstrom Rack Coming To Temecula

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Finally. Does this mean we’re in the big time now?

Fall Rod Run – October 13-15

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Hot RodIt’s almost time for the Fall Rod Run. See hundreds of classic vehicles  from all over the country cruise Old Town Front Street October 13th-15th, this year  featuring pre-1970 vehicles.

For more information visit the official Temecula Rod Run Website at


QR Codes – Get ’em, Use ’em, Read ’em

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Earth To Murray“Earth to Murray! Earth to Murray! Use QR Codes. They’re powerful. They’re easy. They’re free. Over.”

“Murray to earth. What the heck is a QR Code? Over.”

“Earth to Murray. Read this – goofstick. Over.”

“Murray to Earth. Roger. Wilco.”


  • What is a QR code?
    • Short for Quick Response code. A square, 2D bar code containing data that can be read by smart phones with cameras and other bar code scanning devices
  • What kind of data? (Just a few examples)
  • How do I “Get” a QR Code?
    • Our pals at Reynolds Marketing (yep that’s me – my “other” life) can generate print and web ready QR Codes for you quickly and at a reasonable price. They’ll even print up business cards for you! Call Murray Reynolds today at 951-506-1956 for details.
  • How do I “Read” a QR Code
    • First you get a FREE app for your smart phone (Android Market, iPhone Store, Blackberry Market), then you use your smart phone’s camera.
          • Apps: There’s lot’s of choices, but we use Barcode Scanner on our Android (also available for iPhone). Some of our clients have reported good iPhone results with Red Laser Scanner. BeeTagg has readers for those and Blackberry too.

That’s all there is to it. Here’s my QR Codes.

QR Code For Link To:

QR Code For Link To:

QR Code For: Murray Reynolds Contact Information

QR Code For:Murray Reynolds Contact Information

C.A.R. releases its California Housing Market Forecast for 2012

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Search for properties in Temecula, Murrieta, Bear Creek, WildomarThe CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® has released their 2012 Housing Market forecast, saying that California home sales and median price are predicted to improve only slightly in 2012… Read the rest of this entry »

#1 of the 10 Computer Apps Murray Can’t Live Without

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Here’s my start of a list of the 10 computer apps I can’t live without. I try to keep them both Mac and PC, but some are not cross platform compatible, anyway – here we go! Check back for the rest, next week is a really good one!

1. Seamonkey

What the heck a Seamonkey is anyway?   Mozilla (remember Netscape Navigator?) named this app after the real thingRead the rest of this entry »

Temecula Harvest Celebration 2011 November 5 & 6

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Grape HarvestIt’s not too early to be dreaming about the 21st Annual Temecula Harvest Celebration Barrel Tasting Weekend coming November 5 & 6. Read the rest of this entry »

Grape Stomp at Mount Palomar Winery Is Almost Here!

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Grape Stomp

Get on your best grape stomping outfits and head on out to Mount Palomar Winery for their annual Grape Stomp Festival this Saturday!

For full details click here: Mount Palomar Winery – Grape Stomp.


August Existing-Home Sales Leap Despite Headwinds

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uptrendExisting-home sales increased in August, even with ongoing tight credit and appraisal problems, along with regional disruptions created by Hurricane Irene, according to the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®. Monthly gains were seen in all regions. Read the rest of this entry »

I guess we’re not in Kansas anymore….

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Malibu Mobile Home Fetches $2 Million

One of the most expensive mobile homes in the U.S. recently sold for $2 million in cash in a ritzy spot in Malibu, AOL Real Estate reports. Read the rest of this entry »

Temecula Valley International Film & Music Festival Starts Tomorrow

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The 17th Annual Temecula Valley International Film & Music Festival starts tomorrow, with filmmakers and musicians from across America and around the globe coming to the Temecula Valley to participate in a celebration of film and music. Read the rest of this entry »