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Published: Tue, 06 Dec 2011 01:16:18 +0000

 



You Don’t Need College to Make a Good Living

Sun, 10 Apr 2011 01:02:25 +0000

Guest post by Dee from SI Certs (he’s my older brother) One of the biggest misconceptions today is that you need to get a college degree to make a decent wage. Sure, you may have heard of famous college dropouts that made it big like Michael Dell, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and Simon Cowell. But many [...]



How to Choose an Online College

Wed, 15 Sep 2010 04:07:47 +0000

Choosing an online school is about researching the school and knowing yourself. It also helps to look at school rankings from reputable sources like The Best Degrees, US News and World Report, University of Phoenix online, and OEDb. During your research, you should look at characteristics like accreditation, student to teacher ratio (the more students [...]



5 Reasons to Use the Firefox Browser

Mon, 04 Jan 2010 21:15:26 +0000

If you do any web browsing, you should definitely be browsing with Firefox instead of Internet Explorer, Chrome, or any other browser. Firefox is growing in popularity as people are spreading the word about its excellence. It gets downloaded over 20 times per second. In July 2009, it reached over one billion total downloads. It’s only [...]



New Revelations on the Black Friday After-Thanksgiving Day Sale

Tue, 03 Nov 2009 05:46:22 +0000

It’s been exactly 4 years since I first wrote about Black Friday in 2005 (Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V). Nevertheless, those memoirs are still my most popular articles across all my websites every October and November. While this annual resurgence may be indicative of the continuous validity of [...]



What’s the Point of Twitter?

Fri, 03 Jul 2009 05:05:24 +0000

When Twitter was conceptualized and conceived in mid 2006, it was meant to be a micro-update service used internally by its creators’ team. This was how the public initially used the service—as a microblogging or lifestreaming application. You are asked to post an answer to the question “what are you doing right now?” All these [...]



The Difference Between a Hotel and a Ryokan (Traditional Japanese Inn)

Mon, 04 May 2009 06:21:08 +0000

When you travel to Japan there are two main choices for accommodation, a typical western style hotel or a traditional Japanese inn – known as a ryokan. Typical hotels are more common in the cities where there are lots of business travelers, but you can still find ryokan in most places. They are more common [...]



Basic Piano Music Improvisation Technique for Hymns

Tue, 26 Jun 2007 04:51:46 +0000

Music improvisation is kind of like losing weight. You see other people successfully doing it but you can never really get it down quite right. I admire those great pianists who can turn an ordinary, boring hymn into a complicated prelude. I’ve always wanted to learn how to do that. I figure, anyone can learn [...]



Last Minute Bidder - (Almost) Always Win the eBay Auction

Tue, 26 Jun 2007 00:59:09 +0000

A couple of months ago, I wrote about how eBay changed my life as a seller. However, much more often, people proclaim how eBay turned their lives around as consumers. They not longer get excited when they see a sale in the Sunday circular, look in the clearance aisle at Wal-Mart, browse a garage estate [...]



Nearly-unlimited Commission-free Online Stock Market Trade Investing

Wed, 30 May 2007 04:12:07 +0000

When I was in middle school during the late 90s, I was obsessed with learning everything I could about investing and stock trading techniques. I was pumped, ready to make my first real trade on penny stocks and watch my wealth grow out of nothing from dividends and capital gains. Sadly, when I saw the [...]



Hear Ye! Rules of the Restaurant! - 5 Guidelines to Follow When Dining Out

Fri, 11 May 2007 05:15:14 +0000

I enjoy eating out. I mean, who doesn’t? I love basking in the entire dining experience of waiters, menus, “a la carte” dishes, credit cards, and tips. It just feels so much more upscale and sophisticated than the McDonald’s or Taco Bell drive through. Every week I make sure that my friends and I dine [...]