Latest Posts from September, 2011

  • 10 Scenarios Where I’d Pay $1000 to Access the Internet

    Access to the internet, on average, is less expensive than it was a few years ago, although there are notable exceptions. The fierce competition among providers served to put a virtual ceiling on rates to access a virtual world. Now, however, in tougher economic times providers are trying to come up with ways to maximize …

  • 10 Common FaceBook Status Updates for Homecoming

    The homecoming football game and the corresponding dance are still fall traditions for most high schools. School pride is at a fever pitch and activities fill the days prior to the game to keep the momentum going. With most every high school student using facebook to communicate their current thoughts, whereabouts and announcements, you’ll find …

  • 10 Advantages of Using Gmail for Internet E-mail

    Shopping for an e-mail service is akin to shopping for detergent at SuperDuperMart: a mile aisle with 5,000 products that don’t differ very much. The little differences, however, are what make the BIG difference, and e-mail shopping is the same way. Gmail might be termed “new and improved”, to the point where someone who feels …

  • 8 Reasons Why Pirating Hurts Everyone

    Downloading the latest hit song can be as easy as pressing a button. With no investment necessary, any song or movie or even program can be found on person to person file sharing networks such as Limewire, Frostwire or BitTorrent. But is this downloading of free stuff really free? What does it cost us in …

  • 10 Tips on When to Give (or Not Give) Your Info to a Site

    Have you ever wondered why you needed to give your information to a website? What do they do with that information? Is it safe? To help you in answering those questions, here are ten tips on internet safety and how to keep your personal information… personal. Aw, come on, do I have to? – No, …

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