Things to do On Vacation

By | Jun 30, 2007

1.   Let people know that you are away and when you’ll be back. (I’ll be on vacation until July 9th.  Look for new posts then.) 2..   Relax and enjoy yourself.  Work will be there when you get back. 3.   Spend time with the family. 4.   Read the novels that you purchased over […]

Independence Day – July 4, 1776

By | Jun 29, 2007

  How much do you actually know about what happened on and around July 4, 1776? We all know that July 4th is the birthday of the United States, but is it really.Events that lead up to the birth of the United States started with a Resolution by Richard Henry Lee, a representative to the […]

Ways to Conserve Energy

By | Jun 28, 2007

6) Use Energy-Efficient Products 5) Turn Off and Unplug 4) Light the area reasonably 3) Make it a Habit 2) Pass Along the Word 1) Switch Off the Lights The complete list of 10 Ways to Conserve Energy can be found at More Than Switching Off the Lights –

Reasons to wait to get the Apple iPhone

By | Jun 26, 2007

1. Many Enterprise businesses use an exchange server for email, at present there is no support for exchange. There may be workarounds to this. Most are considered to be at best a nightmare for support persons who won’t be able to look at them until it’s released. 2. It does not have a removable/replaceable battery. […]

Reasons to get the Apple iPhone

By | Jun 25, 2007

1. The iPhone is based on Apple’s OS X operating system and uses their Safari browser, which is reported to be better than any current cellular connection to the Internet. 2. The size of the screen and the fact that it uses a touch screen makes it easier to use than current devices. 3. It […]

Tips on Selling a House in a Buyers Market

By | Jun 21, 2007

Price it right When selling a home you needs to do research on how much the home is worth. Look at the sold price of the homes like yours in and near your area. (It’s certain that your buyer will be). A house like yours may have sold for one price across town, but will […]

Common Energy Myths

By | Jun 15, 2007

Myth: An idle computer doesn’t use much energy. Once a computer is on and operating there is little change in the amount of energy it uses while idle or when doing complex calculations. Another part of this myth deals with screen savers. Screen savers do not save energy unless they shut the monitor off or […]

Why is Paris Hilton Famous

By | Jun 10, 2007

Paris Hilton was born on February 17, 1981. Her father is Richard Hilton. Her mother is former actress Kathy Richards. She is an heir in the Hilton Hotel fortune. At 19, she signed with Donald Trump’s modeling agency, T Management and has worked with modeling agencies such as Ford Models Management, Models 1 Agency, Nous […]

Female Athletes in Playboy

By | Jun 9, 2007

Katarina Witt posed for Playboy in 1998. The East German figure skater won the 1984 and 1988 Olympic gold metal as well as four world championships. Witt Picture. In 1999 female boxer Mia St. John posed in Playboy. St. John Picture. Female wrestler Chyna (Joanie Laurer) appeared in Playboy twice. Once in 2000 while with […]

Baseball No-Hit Games

By | Jun 8, 2007

Rules of Major League Baseball defines a no-hitter as “an official no-hit game occurs when a pitcher (or pitchers) allows no hits during the entire course of a game, which consists of at least nine innings.” By this rule, a pitcher who throws fewer than nine no-hit innings (for example, a game called on account […]

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