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Buy the Correct Hardware with Confidence
Posted On 01/11/2012 09:16:04 by cyvan
You have probably heard of wifi. Heck, it's likely you use the item on a daily basis: at home, the office, a coffee shop, or maybe all of the above. Yet wifi is relatively new engineering and has observed some progression. 
You may have just heard of them in passing conversation, yet there are different types of wifi. Once you hear the terms "A", "G,In . or "N,In you are learning about a model of Wifi enabled; from time to time, you may even see personal references to Wi-fi written... Read More

Getting a Job - How to Maximize Your Search
Posted On 11/12/2011 07:15:40 by AuntieMaggie
Getting a Job - How to Maximize Your Search
We've all been there - on that edge of hope that may lead to the next job.  You know - the job I need to feed the kids, put gas in the car, keep a roof over our heads.  One of those things that many of us want more than anything, but simply can't seem to find.  
In the beginning, it's easy to be optimistic and network with friends and connections.  As the days pass, however, it's easy to doubt my skills, abilitie... Read More

Social Networking History - Part 1
Posted On 04/25/2011 20:35:49 by BIZWIZ
Social Networking History - Part 1 395 Submitted by Teo Graca | RSS Feed | Add Comment | Bookmark Me! | IBC   Social Media Si... Read More

Social Media Marketing and Social Media Optimization (SMM and SMO)
Posted On 04/25/2011 20:33:37 by BIZWIZ
Social Media Marketing and Social Media Optimization (SMM and SMO) 390 Submitted by Teo Graca and Stephen Adler | RSS Feed | Add Comment | Bookm... Read More

Samurai Reviews
Posted On 04/16/2011 05:48:04 by CinemaSamurai
MADEA GOES to JAIL   Madea (Tyler Perry) is a mischievous and out-of-control grandma that's used to go to jail since she was a teenager and luckly walks away from an audience and now has to keep away from trouble but that's doesn't seem like something grandma can do. When she finaly flips out and goes to court again there's no scape, but in jail she meets all sorts of mixed-up characters needed in such a messy movie like that, and don't get me wrong but a pothead "Lord-praising" c... Read More

Japanese Radiation Tsunami Zone
Posted On 04/07/2011 17:02:47 by Grapevine
It's got Japanese subtitles, but the numbers from the radiation detectors are real. 

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The Time is Now
Posted On 04/06/2011 05:35:17 by PreparednessPro
Repost from Facebook...
Here are the things that must be considered:

Where are you living?
What are you doing?
What are your relationships?
Are you in right relation?
Where is your water?
Know your garden.
It is time to speak your Truth.
Create your community.
Be good to each other.
And do not look outside yourself for the leader.

This could be a good time.

There is a river flowing now very fast.

It... Read More

Importance of Reading to Your Child
Posted On 04/04/2011 22:35:21 by Grapevine
The Importance Of Sharing Stories With Your Child 3 Submitted by Socorro Beard | RSS Feed | Add Comment | Bookmark Me!   All official r... Read More

Where's the Radiation
Posted On 04/04/2011 06:36:17 by Grapevine
Concerned about radiation levels where you are?   What about where your family and friends live?  Not sure the news is accurate?  
Check out this site -
Live monitoring from sites across the country - including Hawaii! Follow levels as they flux from monitors staffed by lots of concerned volunteers. 
Mahalo for sharing the information. 

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Follow the Blue Brick Road
Posted On 03/09/2011 05:01:59 by GrapeVineTravelAdventures

Castillo San Felipe del Morro Approaching old San Juan by sea, time regresses about 500 years. Weather worn towers (garitas) top the seemingly endless brownish walls dominating the horizon. Looming over the city, the ancient battlements stand guard. The somewhat crumbly appearance deceives the eye, as they seem in fact quite solid.

Garita on Castillo San Cristobal, San Juan Puerto Ric... Read More

The Reading CookBook
Posted On 03/07/2011 20:29:56 by TheReadingCookbook
The Reading Cookbook: Recipes for the Literate Family  ... Read More

Explore Wild Alaska
Posted On 02/16/2011 04:23:55 by GrapeVineTravelAdventures

Tongass National Forest covers the majority of southeast Alaska.  It is the largest unit in the US Forest Service, as well as the largest coastal temperate rain forest.  Almost 17 million acres to explore amidst an abundance of wildlife and natural beauty, with miles of pristine wilderness few people ever see.  Many opp... Read More

Bargain Vacations
Posted On 02/14/2011 07:57:17 by GrapeVineTravelAdventures
Luxury Vacations on a Tight Budget By John & Lois Beath   Budget conscious vacationers should investigate cruise ship options this year to save money. Cruise ships offer clean, comfortable accommodations, unlimited amounts of great food, exotic destinations and first class service at prices below the per day cost of a quality city hotel. Cruise ships offer vacatione... Read More

Want coffee? Try Wailuku Coffee Company
Posted On 10/25/2010 02:22:51 by coachselby
Talking Coffee Shop with Wailuku Coffee Company's Megan ChildersReprinted from

When Cafe Marc Aurel closed the terror was palpable in the editorial office of Maui Time, where we survive on coffee. Luckily we were only out of a coffee options for about a month before Megan Childers and her partners, Jackie Goring opened Wailuku Coffee Shop in the location on 26 N. Market Street. Megan Childers is no newcomer to the coffee house culture and concept op... Read More

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