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The Six Biggest Applicant Lies!
Lester S. Rosen
Although statistics vary widely, there is widespread agreement that a substantial number of resumes belong in the “fiction” section of the bookstore. The rate of fraud can be as high as 40% and higher according to different sources. Applicants certainly have the right to put their best foot forward, and...
How Should A Small Business Build Its Website?
The idea is that, no matter what business you are into or how small your business is, you must have a website. You have just started off, and you won’t want to miss on any chance you can get to make yourself recognized in no time. Here are some tips you can follow to make your website more productive...
What is Blogging: The New Form of Journalism
Ever wonder why most all of the teens today are addicted to the internet? Well it has everything a young exploring mind needs. From browsing the net for document researches, shopping, cooking, gaming, chat, and a whole bunch of stuff going inside a website’s offer. Yep, all of these including one secluded...
Feed Your Users With Quality Content
In order to create quality content for your visitors the general principles that you must follow are: - it has to be relevant to the main topic of the site (about product/products/services, etc) - the content can fit in the general industry of the website (about related products/services) - it has...
Enhance your Home Décor with Hall Tables
Whether you are looking furniture for your new home, room renovations, or a redecorating project, you must select furniture appear ideal with home designs.Hall tables are wonderful to add a touch of class and style to any hallway or room. Many hall tables are designed perfectly to adjust near the wall...
Power Blogging - 3 Awesome Blogging Tips That Will Skyrocket Your Blog Business
This article is not intended to give you the newbies course about hosting, installing a blog on your domain and etc. It will give you some serious advice on your blog business Bad blogging habits are easy to get into, and one of the worst is to leave your 'About' page unchanged. You know the page:...
The 3 Hidden Secrets To Boost Your Commissions from Affliate Programs
Copyright 2006 Jason Chew The following article includes pertinent information that may cause you to reconsider what you thought you understood. The most important thing is to study with an open mind and be willing to revise your understanding if necessary. Most of this information comes straight...
The History of UK Number Plates and Registrations
Since the petrol engine began to replace the steam engine in the mid 1890s the popularity of the motor car has been explosive.
By the early 1900s there was already a reputed 5000 cars on the road.
With this rapid rise in car ownership came an equally rapid rise in car accidents and car crime and it...
Review : 500 Days of Summer
Jul 19, 2009
We watch romantic movies like English commoners, grimy fingers smudging the wrought iron gates of Buckingham Palace, hoping to get a glimpse of the royals. We root for beautiful super beings to end up together, as if their toned bodies, genetic superiority and the manipulated good luck that brings them...
Movie Review : Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
Jul 17, 2009
I'm sorry to say, but if someone truly believes this is as close to the story in the book as it could be, they need to learn how to read. The Half-Blood Prince is such a wonderful book in how much it ties previous "small" events together and makes them huge in the final story line. I was amazed at...
Why Do Dogs Bark So Much?
Jul 16, 2009
Not Only Dogs, But Deer, Monkeys And Birds Bark To Deal With Conflict Biologically speaking, many animals besides dogs bark, according to Kathryn Lord at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, but the evolutionary biologist also says domestic dogs vocalize in this way much more than birds, deer,...
Adware vs. Spyware
Introduction Today’s spyware and adware infections are among the common and dangerous threats on the internet. Modern spyware, adware, browser hijackers and information thieves became more harmful than “traditional” viruses and worms. Using up-to-date antivirus software will give you the feeling of...
A Black Hole in Golf Putting
No, I'm not referring to that hole on the green where the pin rests waiting to be removed to let the golf ball go in. Instead, I'm talking about Black Holes, those regions of cosmic space with a gravitational field so intense that not even light can escape from it. That is, we don't know anything about...
1 - Blogging: Let's Get You Started!
Copyright 2006 Chonticha Marijne So what is blogging really all about? First off, let me tell you that it's a lucrative business to blog and that blogs are easy to set up and manage. Imagine getting paid to write about subjects that interest you, whenever you want, wherever you are! The flexibility...
eBook Secrets Exposed – How To Make Massive Amounts of Money In Record Time With Your Own eBook
In Jim Edwards and David Garfinkel’s tutorial “eBook Secrets Exposed”, they take you through the process of writing and marketing an eBook, so you can make money on the internet. Instead of broad generalities on writing about a particular subject, the eBook shows you the five most important steps in finding...
5 Reasons Why Blogging is the New Internet Marketing Tool
Do you ever feel like you know just enough about Blogging to be dangerous? Let's see if we can fill in some of the gaps with the latest info from Blogging experts. Blogging is a concept that started in late 90s. It used to be a way to comment an existing webpage, an opportunity for visitors and readers...
Why Should You as An Employer be Concerned About Blogs ?
Blogging. It sounds like something that only geeks could love. Yet, blogging is now being done by geeks and non-techies alike. This could and should concern you as an employer because blogs have the grave potential to threaten your business as well as your business image and reputation. Blogs, which...
Sony AIT-5 Tape Offers More Advantages
AIT is a high capacity and efficient storage medium. Super head cleaner used in the AIT tape format increases the life of tape drive’s head. Therefore, the cleaning tapes will be needed for lesser number of times. Sony AIT tape format with the help of its innovative technologies offers remarkable data...
Affiliate Marketing Programs - The Importance of Developing a Relationship with Each of Your Prospects
When it comes to a successful marketing plan, there is no greater tool for converting potential prospects into long term clients than developing a relationship with each of your prospects. You may be able to offer potential business prospects the best quality products and service, but unless they see...
Market survey research ans surveys
Market research - Market is a location where trading is carried out by people. It follows the theory of supply and demand. Market research includes a form of applied sociological study which concentrates on understanding the behaviors and preferences, mostly current and future, of consumers in a market-bas...
Windows XP Registry Tips & Tricks
Introduction: Most settings can be done easily within Windows. However, for some setting you need to dive into the registry or use one of the many registry utilities and some interesting registry tweaks which you can do yourself, using the registry editor.
NOTE: We must be careful editing the registry...
Chrome OS: Windows killer?
Jul 15, 2009
Or will it just leave smudgy fingermarks? Google’s announcement last week concerning its plans to bring out a fully fledged operating system was inevitably going to put the cat amongst the twitterati. “Let’s see,” asked the pundits, “who else makes operating systems?” Of course the intention was...
Bing's Growth Accelerates
Jul 9, 2009
Microsoft is gaining ground with its search engine Bing, but Google still dominates the market. Microsoft's Bing grabbed 5.25% of the U.S. Internet search market in the four weeks ending June 27, while Google captured 74% of the market, according to data released by Hitwise Thursday. Yahoo took 16.2%...
New Evidence That Vinegar May Be Natural Fat-fighter
Jul 7, 2009
Researchers in Japan are reporting new evidence that the ordinary vinegar — a staple in oil-and-vinegar salad dressings, pickles, and other foods — may live up to its age-old reputation in folk medicine as a health promoter. They are reporting new evidence that vinegar can help prevent accumulation of...
Inexpensive Thin Printable Batteries Developed
Jul 5, 2009
For a long time, batteries were bulky and heavy. Now, a new cutting-edge battery is revolutionizing the field. It is thinner than a millimeter, lighter than a gram, and can be produced cost-effectively through a printing process. In the past, it was necessary to race to the bank for every money transfer...
Volume Of Michael Jackson-Related Internet Scams Rapidly Increasing
Jul 4, 2009
Computer security experts are sounding the alarm that the number of Internet scammers exploiting the death of pop superstar Michael Jackson is growing rapidly. The most common ploys are e-mails offering a peek at what's said to be unseen pictures and videos of Jackson performing or samples of music...
Bing: Not Really Gaining on Google
Jul 3, 2009
Have you heard the news? Microsoft's Bing is taking a bite out of Google, boasting first-month market share gains while the competition's stronghold slips away! At least, that's what some headlines around the Web might lead you to believe this week. The truth, though, is that the change is not nearly...
Bing Adds Twitter Posts to Search Results
Jul 1, 2009
Microsoft on Wednesday started adding some Twitter posts into Bing search results, gaining a bit of a leg up on competitors even though the capability is limited. For now, Microsoft is indexing a "few thousand people, based primarily on their follower count and volume of tweets," wrote Sean Suchter,...
Review: Firefox 3.5 makes browsing faster, easier and more fun
Jun 30, 2009
The just-released version 3.5 of Firefox is a winner, offering significantly faster Web browsing, better tab handling, a host of interface tweaks and, like just about every other browser on the planet, a "porn mode." If you already use Firefox you'll want to upgrade right away. If you're not a Firefox...
Cool Search Engines That Are Not Google
Jun 30, 2009
How do you find a new search engine if all you know is Google? Typing “search engine” into the usual box might lead you to Microsoft’s newly launched Bing, the combined search at Dogpile, or the former king of search, Altavista. But for those willing to dig around, searching for search engines can...
Review : The Hurt Locker - Iraq war thriller is explosive drama
Jun 28, 2009
It's finally here: the war movie this era needs. For years, directors have been trying to turn our attentions to Iraq, and for years, few have listened. Unapologetically blunt and undeniably gifted, Kathryn Bigelow isn't the kind of filmmaker who expects to go unnoticed. Striding forcefully into...
Jackson's Music, Death Dominate Internet
Jun 27, 2009
For a man whose superstardom largely predated the World Wide Web, Michael Jackson sure dominated it following his death. The King of Pop held seven of the top 10 album downloads on Apple's iTunes store Friday morning, including the top five spots. By 3 p.m. EDT, it was all Jackson, except for the...
Spintronic – The New Electronic?
Jun 25, 2009
Researchers have developed novel concept devices using ferromagnetic semiconductors. Spintronic devices have created enormous advances in microelectronics, leading to faster, instant-on start times and orders-of-magnitude increases in data storage capacity. Spintronics is short for spin transport electronic...
Microsoft Discloses Windows 7 Pricing
Jun 25, 2009
Microsoft on Thursday unveiled pricing details for its highly anticipated Windows 7 operating system, which is expected to be available in stores on Oct. 22. The software maker also announced a program that starts Friday under which consumers can pre-order Windows 7 for the next two weeks at discounts...
Microsoft Security Essentials: Basic, Automatic Protection
Jun 23, 2009
Microsoft today released a limited beta version of Microsoft Security Essentials, a free antivirus application for users of Windows XP, Vista, or 7. The new app, which will replace Windows Live OneCare, aims to cover the basic security needs of home users, and its easy-to-use interface appears to be taking...
Terrorists' Newest Weapon: Hacktivism
Jun 21, 2009
Terrorist groups have stepped up their efforts to recruit members with sophisticated knowledge of computer engineering and hacking, according to intelligence officials. Whereas most extremist hacking activity in the past has been limited to defacing Web sites belonging to groups they consider enemies,...
Laptops Linked To Male Infertility
Jun 21, 2009
While fatherhood might be far from the minds of most young men, behavior patterns they establish early on may impact their ability to become a dad later in life. Excessive laptop use tops this list of liabilities, according to one reproductive specialist at Loyola University Health System (LUHS). "Laptops ...
Review: 'Moon' aims high, misses badly
Jun 20, 2009
Science fiction. Starring Sam Rockwell and Kevin Spacey. Directed by Duncan Jones. "Moon" takes place on the dark side of the moon, and watching it is a little like being there. The film has intelligence. It has Sam Rockwell, an actor with the range and sense of fun of the young Jack Nicholson....
Microsoft Security Essentials Beta Coming Tuesday
Jun 18, 2009
Microsoft has confirmed plans to release a beta version of Microsoft Security Essentials, its new free anti-malware software, on Tuesday, June 23, at about 9 a.m. Pacific. Microsoft Security Essentials, previously known by the project name "Morro," will replace Windows Live OneCare, which included...
Google: We've got cool search, too
Jun 17, 2009
Google would like to remind everyone that Bing not the only search engine with neat tricks for displaying results. Search Engine Land noticed what has to be a clear response to the lookyloos currently kicking the tires of Microsoft's new Bing search engine, which has gained a few points of share in...
New, superheavy element to enter periodic table
Jun 17, 2009
A new, superheavy chemical element numbered 112 will soon be officially included in the periodic table, German researchers said. A team in the southwest German city of Darmstadt first produced 112 in 1996 by firing charged zinc atoms through a 120-meter-long particle accelerator to hit a lead target. "T...
Opera hoping to reinvent the Web by making browser a server
Jun 16, 2009
Opera has taken the wraps of a new service called Opera Unite, which allows users to transform their personal computer into a web-connected media and information sharing service. Opera Unite is part of the latest beta version of the Opera 10 browser, and allows inventive web developers to create just...
Internet Giants Look For Edge In Real-Time Search
Jun 15, 2009
Micro-blogging phenomenon Twitter Inc. hasn't figured out how to make money, but that hasn't stopped Web giants Google Inc. (GOOG), Yahoo Inc. (YHOO) and Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) from racing to establish real-time search capabilities. Real-time search helps Internet users find Web posts, including...
Say No to Censorship
Jun 14, 2009
THE INTERFACE looks harmless enough: a rabbit in a green field gazing up at an array of computer-related icons. But Green Dam-Youth Escort, the program the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology wants to mandate for every computer shipped to China as of July 1, is the worst kind of spyware. ...
Why Cisco has designs on your home
Jun 13, 2009
The networking giant Cisco has declared video the next killer application. That claim is backed by research that shows that by 2013, internet traffic will reach 667 exabytes and 90% of that will be made up of video. The traffic, equivalent of 10 billion DVDs worth of information, would cross the...
Bad text messaging, e-mailing manners can be costly
Jun 13, 2009
A political coup in New York's statehouse can be traced back to an incident in which a top lawmaker so enraged a wealthy backer by peering at e-mails on his BlackBerry that his patron engineered his ouster. One of the newer forms of poor office etiquette -- paying more attention to a hand-held device...
Microsoft to launch free anti-malware software as beta “soon”
Jun 12, 2009
Microsoft confirmed that it is getting ready to make a test version of its upcoming anti-malware software soon. Code-named “Morro”, the software is promised to offer “basic protection” against common threats from malware on the Internet. A Microsoft spokesperson yesterday said that Morro is currently...
Review | The Taking of Pelham 123
Jun 11, 2009
Hiring Tony Scott to direct The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3 is like hiring Michael Bay to direct My Dinner With Andre: A colossal mismatch of director and material. Scott's (Top Gun, True Romance) directorial style has evolved -- or, depending on your taste, devolved -- into a frantic, hyperkinetic rush...
Microsoft will soon unveil free anti-virus software
Jun 11, 2009
Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O: Quote, Profile, Research, Stock Buzz) is getting ready to unveil a long-anticipated free anti-virus service for personal computers that will compete with products sold by Symantec Corp (SYMC.O: Quote, Profile, Research, Stock Buzz) and McAfee Inc (MFE.N: Quote, Profile, Research,...
Microsoft Bing: Five Areas in Search of Improvement
Jun 10, 2009
Microsoft has taken its first steps in redefining search with its "decision engine," releasing Bing to a generally positive reception and with a new TV ad that portrays Google (with out mentioning it by name) as a disorganized returner of random links. Bing did surprise many a reviewer last week...
Computers: A Rising Health Hazard
Jun 10, 2009
Computers may be harmful to your health, not only in terms of repetitive stress injuries, musculoskeletal disorders, and vision issues, but also as dangerous obstacles. Researchers have documented a more-than-sevenfold increase in computer-related injuries arising from tripping over computer equipment,...
Welcome to the Spiderlab
Jun 9, 2009
An unmistakeable hiss fills the air. I peer down, and spot a plastic container. The source of the noise scuttles into view - a cockroach. In fact, the box is filled to the brim with them, with a few other writhing and wriggling creepy-crawlies thrown in for good measure. "Dinner," explains...
What happens to your digital life after death?
Jun 9, 2009
I don’t mean to sound morbid, but we’re all going to kick the bucket someday. If you set up a will or trust, your house, financial accounts, plus various physical treasures will be disbursed to loved ones, according to your wishes. But have you considered what happens after you die to the “assets” you’ve...
China Requires Censoring on New PCs
Jun 8, 2009
BEIJING — China has issued a sweeping directive requiring all personal computers sold in the country to include sophisticated software that can filter out pornography and other “unhealthy information” from the Internet. The software, which manufacturers must install on all new PCs starting July 1,...
Film Review: Imagine That
Jun 7, 2009
Bottom Line: Eddie Murphy and young Yara Shahidi make a strong comic pair in this amusing family film. In his latter-day career in family movies, Eddie Murphy has seen decidedly mixed results, but "Imagine That" is pretty much in his wheel-house. It plays to his strengths as a performer, giving him...
Social Networks: The Future of Computing?
Jun 6, 2009
IT and business technology will take center stage in the post-recession economy, according to George Colony, CEO of Forrester. In his keynote address at Forrester IT Forum in Berlin, Colony described the current economic turbulence as a "gateway recession" that will connect two different eras. The...