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Maintain A Reasonale Credit Score

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Date: 2009-01-14 21:14:00

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What is the Best Car Insurance? Help For Vermont First Time Home Buyers

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Date: 2008-12-05 09:41:00

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Date: 2008-12-07 18:27:35

Apply Online for Computer Laptop Loans, Bad Credit also welcome

Many thanks to the computer age, when things become much easier since the advent of the computer as a tool to do something. read more [more...]

Date: 2009-09-26 07:45:31

I went ahead...

... and got my Equifax report and the tax software tonight.I will kick myself if a reader out there knows how to get the credit score for free! ... . Not bad. The credit score was $23.95. I may not get it every year now unless ... I just had time at the computer and I was curious.My score is 811 !Here are the last 6 years [more...]

Date: 2009-01-10 01:25:00

New Year’s Resolutions For a Giants Fan

... , climb a mountain, and finish one of these bad screenplays that have been idling in my computer for the past few years. Yeah. Well, to my credit, I climbed the mountain, but my guitar knowledge consists [more...]

Date: 2009-01-04 01:32:58

Blog Your Way to $13,000

You can blog anytime, anywhere…as long as you have access to a computer. The following is a guest post by Amy at My Daily Dollars ... . How? Since I got my first credit card at the age of twenty-one, I have always carried a balance ... Money My use of credit was a bad habit in my life. It wasn’t essential to survival, and I didn’ [more...]

Date: 2008-11-13 14:05:07

Congress blames BSP of extortion on Maya's birthday

Congress blames BSP of extortion on Maya's birthday Bloggers Michael Swanberg Capacity for the Future ...Minority Report is Here... But So What? ... computer input. A company by the name of Oblong Industries, Inc., has created what they ...FarCry2, The Prettiest Game I've Ever Played Or at least a good start... ...To Their (Bad) Credit [more...]

Date: 2009-01-15 16:03:18

Blue Hippo computers - The Truth

hippo I listen to the radio in my car while traveling, ... .  I am sure you’ve heard them, Blue Hippo promises a desktop or laptop with no credit check and they even throw in a free digital camera and color printer.  If you have bad credit this sounds like an awesome [more...]

Date: 2008-12-16 11:25:35

Malware? We don't need no stinking malware!

Friday, October 24, 2008 2:25 PM Written by Oliver Fisher"This site may harm your computer" ... kind and loves turtles. She isn't trying to start a botnet or steal credit card numbers. The bad news ... You may have seen those words in Google search results — but what do they mean? If you click [more...]

Date: 2008-10-24 21:25:00

'India to grow at 7 to7.5 per cent in 2009'

'India to grow at 7 to7.5 per cent in 2009' Bloggers Michael Swanberg Capacity for the Future ...Minority Report is Here... But So What? ... computer input. A company by the name of Oblong Industries, Inc., has created what they ...FarCry2, The Prettiest Game I've Ever Played Or at least a good start... ...To Their (Bad) Credit [more...]

Date: 2009-01-16 12:21:22

Review: Microsoft Security Essentials

The good Easy on the system resources Easy to figure out how to use Comes pre-configured The bad Only works on legally licensed Microsoft computers Can't opt out of contributing to SpyNet Click here for our Microsoft Security Essentials photo gallery (Credit: Chris Duckett/ZDNet.com.au) Microsoft has released version 1.0 of Security Essentials , the successor to Live OneCare. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-30 05:30:01

Malware? We don't need no stinking malware!

Friday, October 24, 2008 at 2:47 PM (Cross-posted from the Google Online Security Blog.) ... credit card numbers. The bad news is that her website or the server that it runs on probably ... "This site may harm your computer"You may have seen those words in Google search results — [more...]

Date: 2008-10-24 21:47:00

spooked by a highflier loses altitude, deceleration

Intel's profit sank 90% as sales dropped 23% amid a rapid deceleration in computer demand and pricing pressure during the key holiday season ... NOCERAThe extent of the credit crisis that unfolded from the morning of Sept. 17 to the afternoon of Sept ... bad is it? Well, I’ve never seen financial insiders this spooked — not even during the Asian crisis [more...]

Date: 2009-01-17 20:54:51

One sale for every 12.500.000 Spam messages sent…

Computer scientists from University of California, Berkeley and UC, San Diego (UCSD) have been spamming us. They admit it too ... when people actually submitted their credit card details. They found out that only 28 people actually bought ... a year. Not bad but not huge either. As the researchers concluded: “The profit margin for spam may [more...]

Date: 2008-11-10 16:05:42

Unmasking Obama…Obama’s Work Ethic….

It is now abundantly clear that the image of Barack Obama sold to the American electorate was tightly edited, air-brushed, and exaggerated. He has worn a series of masks — eloquent orator, brilliant scholar, centrist, and literary sensation. All of these masks are coming off as he copes with a job for which image will not suffice.  For instance, hiding behind the eloquent orator mask is a guy who says “uhh” a lot when he is winging it, and who makes lots of factual and grammatical mistakes . [more...]

Date: 2009-09-30 11:18:50

Review: Apple iTunes 9

The good Tons of options for organising your digital media library Integrated download store with an unrivalled selection of music, movies, TV shows and more Home Sharing feature lets you copy files between computers directly within iTunes The bad It isn't a small or quick software install Notorious hog of system resources Bonus content from iTunes LP and Extras cannot be transferred to an iPod or iPhone AAC music downloads are not as universally compatible as the MP3 files [more...]

Date: 2009-09-28 04:20:01

'The Good Wife': They're called exotic dancers, OK?

Let’s face it: "The Good Wife" is a little bipolar.  It’s a show about a publicly humiliated politician’s wife ... who is also a hungry junior associate at a prestigious Chicago law firm!   The challenge of this show is always going to be tying these two plot lines together cohesively. So far, the show has bridged the gap between these two worlds pretty effectively, if only because Alicia’s cases are suspiciously close to her husband’s sphere of influence. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-30 14:11:21

The Sad Tale of Gansel and Hetel

The plight of Hansel and Gretel is known to many but have you ever heard the sad story of Gansel and Hetel? Two middle class kids “adrift” in the consumerist shopping mall culture take a bath in debt and almost ruin their lives… can they be saved? Bad Health & Bad Luck Gansel and Hetel had it rough growing up with divorced parents.  Their dad didn’t take care of his health and didn’t buy enough life insurance so their mom was left to raise them totally alone after he passed away.  [more...]

Date: 2009-09-29 12:57:44

10 Simple Tips to Master the Art of Haggling and Savvy Shopping

If you’re a news junkie like me, you may have read about a recent finding produced by America’s Research Group, which found that in the past holiday season, approximately 72% of customers haggled with a retailer, compared with 56% the year before.  Upon hearing this news, the consumer advocate in me was delighted and I proceeded to do a little dance in the head — or so I thought until fellow passengers on the bus started starring at me funny. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-26 00:13:23

A Survey Worth Chewing On

Former New Line web guru Gordon Paddison’s new company, Stradella Road, rolled out a Theatrical Market Study of Moviegoers today in Beverly Hills. Paddison (who is also a personal friend) came up with the idea of the project, teamed up with marketing strategy consultant Linda Middleton, hired NRG to do the interviews, and got funding from a consortium of companies, including AOL, Facebook, Fandango, Google, Microsoft, MovieTickets.com and Yahoo. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-30 01:02:02

IRS Scam Emails May Put Your Info at Risk

By now, you have to have received one of the scam emails purporting to be from the IRS with the subject line: “Notice of Underreported Income.” I’ve received 59 of them just since September 18, 2009. Persistent little spammers. But if you’re smart or if you follow me on twitter (not that those things are mutually exclusive), you know that those emails are bad news. The emails look like this: The email encourages you to click on a link to view your tax statement. Don’t do it. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-29 01:58:37

AEI Interns’ Transcripts in Date Order: Their Own First Draft of History

First of all, I want to reemphasize everything Laurie just said. This is not a new threat, and this is not a threat we did not know about. Saddam Hussein has, in many ways, openly dreamed of mass death in the United States. He has shared his dreams with his nation and the world many times. We also know he has actively planned to do so many times, and Laurie’s book is a rather convincing argument that he is active and successfully implemented plans to do so as well. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-28 08:30:21

OIL’s well, that starts well!

Vitality shows in not only the ability to persist but the ability to start over. The opening moments will be dominated more by Oil India’s listing. The market will be keen to see how the stock behaves after a tepid debut for Adani Power and NHPC. We expect another positive start though Asian stock markets are mixed after overnight losses on Wall Street. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-30 04:01:00

Review: Altec Lansing Orbit iM237

The good Compact and attractively designed Comes with a protective carrying case Sound is OK for a speaker this small Integrated cable plugs into headphone jack of MP3 players and other devices The bad While it's inexpensive, this model is a bit pricier than the previous Orbit Overall thin sound Distorts at higher volumes It's the little iPod speaker that could. The Orbit iM207, Altec Lansing's inexpensive mobile iPod speaker, has a new design and new name: the Orbit MP3 iM237. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-30 07:10:01

Credit Cards – The Information One Must Learn

You may be surprised, but you have all the chances to complete and succeed in online credit card application with minimum effort, time and your nerves. You just have to study and understand the main principles and terms of it, and if you follow some simple steps you won’t believe how easy and enjoyable an online credit card application can be. The first thing you need to be aware of is that you will most likely be asked to give a report of your personal credit history. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-28 09:29:40

Behind the Gambit in the A.S.C.-Xerox Deal

DealBook’s Andrew Ross Sorkin makes the case that the uptick in the stock market and the slow return of credit are reviving the mergers and acquisitions market. The question, however, is not whether the M.&A. market will revive, but instead whether everyone will simply go back to the old party and its bad practices. The question arises yet again as a result of Darwin Deason’s latest gambit. Mr. Deason is the chairman of Affiliated Computer Services, and owns a near-controlling stake in the company. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-29 20:26:36

The Best of Get Rich Slowly (2008 Edition)

The past ten months have been amazing: I quit my job at the family box factory at the beginning of March to become a full-time writer ... to be paid automatically. I’m wary of my credit card company, however, so I process that by hand every ... in no particular order. These offer a great representation of my philosophy and my approach to personal finance [more...]

Date: 2008-12-31 13:00:31

Motorola CLIQ Preview

Motorola. Regardless of your brand loyalty, the aforementioned company changed the mobile landscape. Twice. First with the legendary StarTac and once again with the Motorola RAZR. Unfortunately, the RAZR by itself wasn’t enough to keep propelling Motorola’s mobile handset division forward for eternity. Here we are some five whole years later looking at what is Motorola’s most important product (and upcoming products) in recent memory. Enter the Motorola CLIQ. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-25 19:02:57

Find Out What Debt Validation Means And Why It’s Important

Imagine getting a phone call or a knock on the door, and when you answer it, a person called Victor says that he been authorized by someone name Joe to collect a debt that you owe him, and it’s true that you do owe somebody called Joe some money. Even if you had the money, and knew that you owed it, would you pay this new person on the scene? I’m pretty sure that you wouldn’t even consider for a moment giving Victor any money, until you were 100% sure that he was really acting on Joe’s behalf. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-26 20:20:24

Voting Question: Best free Australian Horse Racing Tips sites?

Voting Question: Best free Australian Horse Racing Tips sites? Are there any good 100% free tips sites? Resolved Question: starting my own business? and tips? alright, so have you guys ever heard of who were 16 and starting their own internet store? I have. well I think she used her sister’s credit card because they shared the company. But I really want to start my own business. I’m also only 15. ): but, I will be turning 16 in June. I know its alot of research and planning. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-28 15:23:53

No surprise here; FBI and likely other federal agencies abuse the use of National Security Letters. Support the JUSTICE Act unless the Republicans can do better.

I have been railing against the Patriot Act (which is anything but) since its passage and I physically protested same back when AG Ashcroft visited Salt Lake City in circa 2003. Numerous provisions of that Act signed into law by the SOB (Son Of a Bush) were and remain egregious. The Patriot Act assailed our rights on so many fronts, not the least of which was broadening the use of National Security Letters (NSL). [more...]

Date: 2009-09-28 19:56:34


This crazy mobile admin interface won’t let me do bullets, at least not automatically. So this will probably be a confusing, discombobulated post. ( ... ! Just totally crazy kids… Makes me feel bad for their regular teacher! -when I was in the aforementioned crazy class, I got robbed. Nothing violent… As per the lesson plans, I took the kids to the co [more...]

Date: 2009-01-15 18:11:58

new year, new software

One of my take-aways from the Creative Capital Professional Development workshop was improved bookkeeping. Artists, stereotypically, are “bad” with money. But the idea is this: manage your time better ... to automatically download my credit card transactions, instead of manually entering a pile of receipts. Still [more...]

Date: 2009-01-17 20:20:26

Blocking, Tackling & Running: Leveraging a Crisis Into Real Change

There's a fairly well known cartoon of two scientists working out a problem on a chalkboard covered with complex equations and down in the circle is a little circle with the key step inserted in small print - "and then a miracle occurs". Wouldn't it be nice if we could take the same short-cut to fixing the horrendous shopping list of significant [more...]

Date: 2009-01-16 20:07:11

What is 529 Plan

A college savings investment plan that offers significant tax breaks for its beneficiaries is referred to as a 529 plan . The 529 plan is so named after Section 529 of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) US federal tax code. There are many advantages of this savings plan and it has become a popular way to save money for a child’s education. State tax code effects 529 plan State tax code may affect the 529 plan, and in each state differences will takes place. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-27 13:00:02

Retail Sales Disappoint

Retail sales disappoint….  Chuck’s views on the Lone Prop…  Waiting on the ECB…  Emerging market currencies sell off…  And Now… Today’s Pfennig! ... according to yesterday’s report from the Commerce Department. The falling home prices, rising job losses, and tighter credit have all combined to finally force US consumers to adjust their spending [more...]

Date: 2009-01-15 17:57:41

process addictions

I just had my first class for the semester at Vanguard University. I teach a class on Addictive Behavior in their graduate psychology program ... . Every semester, I am seeing more faces staring at their computer screens during class intead ... epidemic. It's gotten so bad that there was some serious discussion amongst the faculty as to how [more...]

Date: 2009-01-15 07:36:00

How to Write a Resume That Will Land an Interview

Many people haven’t looked at their resume in years; they haven’t needed to. But in 2009’s collapsed economy, jobs are shaking out like coins from a piggy bank. If you’ve been laid off or you’re worried you might be, blow the dust off your old resume and bring it back to life. Whether you are just updating or starting from scratch ( [more...]

Date: 2009-01-14 17:10:41

The Psychology Of Gambling

Check out my Big RSS Subscriber Contest after reading this article. This might seem like an odd post for this blog, but stick with me for a bit. Over the last couple of days, I’ve read some stories about people in positions of some type of authority that have been caught stealing money from their organizations and using that money to support [more...]

Date: 2009-01-17 19:44:58

Blogger Nine Innings: Rob Iracane

If you've been following the Player Pick Pool on this blog for the past two seasons, you already know who Rob Iracane is. And if you're new around here, and didn't just read the latest Player Pick Pool entry, I'll just tell you that Iracane is one of the bloggers responsible for Walkoff Walk , and a familiar face to this here blog. So, as I launch a spinoff of my Nine Innings interview series to get to better know the bloggers of baseball, Iracane is the perfect guy for the opener. [more...]

Date: 2009-09-28 21:49:02

The Poverty Business

Sorry if this appears to be an older article, and not latest headlines, just thought it was interesting - loki The Poverty Business Inside U.S ... into Byrider, Tsosie drove off, jubilant, in a 1999 Saturn subcompact she bought entirely on credit ... access to credit has put cars, computers, credit cards, and even homes within reach for many [more...]

Date: 2009-01-15 00:45:24

In the River

O LORD, you have searched me and known me. You know when I sit down and when I rise up; you discern my thoughts from far away ... credit for that, too?" I usually talk about feeling God is with me, no matter what is happening ... , who is in the next room reading the news on his computer and maybe I ought to just say the words [more...]

Date: 2009-01-16 03:27:46

Interviews with Church Designers

Browsing the various CSS galleries is one way to gauge which industries place value on good design. I was surprised these past couple years to see a big surge in lavishly designed church websites. As a non-churchgoer, I wasn’t sure I understood why so many churches suddenly wanted a cutting-edge image for themselves [more...]

Date: 2009-01-08 02:32:50

1-17-2009 (Sat Afternoon) Fin. & Econ. Activity

At least 21,000 jobs were targeted for elimination yesterday as employers from Hertz Global Holdings Inc. to Advanced Micro Devices Inc ... -parts division. Hertz, the second-largest U.S. rental-car company, said it will cut more than 4,000 jobs ... by trading losses on mortgage bonds, the bank faces credit-card losses that surged to a record [more...]

Date: 2009-01-17 18:27:49

De-leveraging the Children of Wall Street

submitted by James Baker Welch, VP of Rothschild Investments One of the most stunning facts of the 2008 Financial Melt-down has been the wholesale ... regulatory agencies to determine if the institution has met the credit needs of its entire community. 1   The CRA began to compel banks to underwrite less credit-worthy mortgage loans in order [more...]

Date: 2009-01-15 15:40:18

SC: Murderer of gay man could be out in 8 months

Sean Kennedy, a young gay man in South Carolina was brutally murdered in SC in 2007 (a state with no hate crimes law) ... legislation. Here is what happened to Sean... But if losing her son isn't bad enough, her son's killer ... . Because of the credit he received for time he served before his sentencing, the longest possible [more...]

Date: 2009-01-06 13:15:29

Gates of Vienna News Feed 1/4/2009

The overwhelming evidence of global warming continues to accumulate — as does the level of ice and snow in Greenland’s central ice cap, which increases at a rate of about two inches a year.Shhh! Don’t tell Al Gore…Thanks to Abu Elvis, Barry Rubin, C. Cantoni, heroyalwhyness, JD, Lexington, LN, RRW, VH, and all the other tipsters who sent these in [more...]

Date: 2009-01-05 04:27:00

There’s More Banking Crisis Ahead

This morning, we’ll get accelerated earnings announcements from Citigroup and Bank of America. They basically have to do this because the whispering and the uncertainty about both enterprises is starting to get really hard to ignore. And BAC just became the recipient of a government-assistance deal much like what Citi got in December: [more...]

Date: 2009-01-16 12:00:38

Bush Says Farewell: One Final Round of BDS

The one thing I could always look forward to over the last 8 years was the BDS (Bush Derangement Syndrome). Sufferers of BDS could always be called on for a good laugh. Sadly, that will be coming to an end (although I’m sure many in the leftosphere will try to pin Obama’s first half dozen or so mistakes on some latent Bush policy that is still [more...]

Date: 2009-01-17 08:13:55

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