When most kids his age were watching TV or slugging around the sandlot, 12-year-old Ed the Computer Guy was hard at work examining his father's Macintosh, tinkering with universal remotes, and editing videos. Now a professional computer guy and repairman, Ed puts his vast knowledge to use with services repairing Macs and PCs, removing viruses, installing hardware, and giving computer lessons to newbies who mistake the CD drive for a donut holder.
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Toygaroo, which got its start on ABC's Shark Tank, loans out its large selection of more than 500 playthings from brands such as Fisher-Price, Baby Einstein, and VTech to youngsters of all ages. With a Joey package (a $34.99 value / month), children select four toys each month, which Toygaroo then delivers to their doors via FedEx or freelance stork. Tots aged 1?3 can press musical-note-shaped buttons on the body of a Mickey Mouse guitar to kick out riffs and rock-'n'-roll sound effects, while toddlers six months and older can construct tottering colorful bowl-towers from Fisher-Price Stack & Roll Cups. Toygaroo charges no late fees, so customers can hold onto toys for as long as they want, but when they?re ready to part with an item, they?ll rewrap it in its original packaging, slap on an included return-shipping label, and call an off-duty Santa Claus to come pick it up.