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If you recently formed an LLC or registered your business with your
state, you may have found your mailbox stuffed with business credit card offers.
But before you sign your name on the dotted line, consider how
you'll use the card.
Here are some tips on properly managing your business account and
keeping your finances in order.
at 11:54AM, 3 years ago |
Netflix subscribers were shocked and horrified to discover that their
cherished unlimited-streaming and unlimited-DVD plans had been split in
two; Now, if you want both, you have to pay Netflix roughly 60% more.
at 7:55AM, 3 years ago |
This Tuesday, Twitter introduced several new web client features to its users. That's right folks, there's a brand new Twitter out there, but don't get too excited just yet. Only about 1% of users have the updated new version so far. Guy and I took a look at what the Twitter-sphere has to say about the latest changes.
at 1:05PM, 4 years ago |
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With unemployment numbers higher than ever, millions of people are searching for a new career. How are they doing this, you may ask? While there will always be people who search the classified ads of their local newspaper, the majority are using the internet.
If you don't know the first thing about searching for a job online, the following tips should point you in the right direction:
By ChristopherBGuest Blogger
at 11:32AM, 4 years ago |
Social networking is the Old Testament of popularity contests. In the beginning, Al Gore begat the Internet. The Internet begat the Bulletin Board System (BBS), the father of CompuServe, who begat AOL, the father of Classmates.com, who begat Friendster, and so on and so forth, until just enough innovation managed to counter the long line of technological inbreeding to produce Facebook--that ugly duckling everybody loves, hates, loves to hate, hates to love, and all other possible combinations of human emotion.
at 9:41AM, 4 years ago |
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Welcome back to the wonderful world of odd and interesting doodads. This week I return to share yet another wacky product found while on my endless journey through the strange new world we know as...The Internet.
(Cue ominous voice echoes...)
Speaking of the internet, I'm sure many of us have older relatives and friends who are just a bit, shall we say, less-than-savvy when it comes to navigating the web. Let's be honest--some are downright uncomfortable when it comes to maneuvering through websites. That feeling of unease can lead them to shy away from joining in the fun and cyber-connectivity of social sites like Facebook or Twitter.
Finally, a product has come along seeking to merge more old school sensibilities with new era forms of interaction.
at 1:04PM, 4 years ago |
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