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How to Get Rid of School Loan Debt

By Christine Margiotta

Things You’ll Need:
Budget worksheet Contact information for loan lender(s)


Pay off Loans Faster
Step 1: Establish how much money can go toward paying off student loans each month by creating a budget worksheet that subtracts monthly expenses such as rent, food, clothing, utility bills and savings from your monthly income. Once you know what's left over, you know how much you can devote to paying off student loans.

Step 2: Pay off higher-interest credit card debt before paying off student loans, if you can. If you are paying more than you have to on student loans, it is more prudent to apply the extra money to the higher-interest debt. The faster you get rid of the extra payment per month toward credit cards, the sooner you will be able to apply that money toward paying off student loans.

Step 3: Create a savings account and if you can, stash away extra cash. If you are in a position where you can afford to set aside cash every month, allow it to accumulate un…

Google Apps Short Links

If you are using Google Apps for your email, just like @king.net email address. You can activate additional Google App Engine for your own Short Links e.g. digg.com, bit.ly, tinyurl.com, shorturl.com and other short URL services. Here's a simple guide on how to active your own Google Apps Short Links service.
Login to your Google Apps, for example http://mail.google.com/a/king.net/. Click the Manage this domainIn your Dashboard Service settings, click Add more servicesIn Other Services, click the Add it nowBack to the Dashboard, you will see if your URL service is Active.Now configure your domain name DNS record. I have my domain name with NeedName.com, so login to my control panel for KING.NET. In Control Panel, DNS Record, add CNAME record just like this one: url --> CNAME --> ghs.google.com where url is my host for http://url.king.net short links

Here's a sample website:

And these are the sample short links:
http://url.king.net/vpn  redirect to  http://www.king.net/20…

iPhone 3GS vs Motorola Droid comparison

If you consider buying iPhone 3GS and Motorola Droid, you have to read the TechCrunch comparison results between these two smart phones. Here's what you should check aside smart phones features e.g. camera, video and apps. You know by now, Apple iPhone is two years ahead of Apps development and I currently enjoy some of them.

http://www.mobilecrunch.com/2009/11/05/smartphone-showdown-iphone-3gs-vs-moto-droid-round-2

Anthony Morrison - Hidden Millionaire is a scum

I wake up early in the morning to watch a news but accidentally stumbled one of his so called "Advertising Profits from Home" and "Hidden Millionaire" books for $19.95 +SH. It's cheap if you will consider buying the books, but hold on a second. Is it for real?

I did some research and found out a lot of people complaining about this so called make me rich techniques. I will try it myself but reading 35+ pages anguish post at DSLreport.com is enough for me.

Video to watch from Atlanta CBS:


And read this report:
http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r20611890-Scam-Anthony-MorrisonHidden-Millionaires-Infomercial~start=600

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Why do you need a domain name?

Why do you need a domain name? This is a simple explanation why do you need a domain name. The domain name is converting the IP Address e.g. 123.456.789 to a domain name for example Piolo.com or Kikay.com for them to remember your website or blog or business site.

With your domain name, you can also create your own email address e.g. TheMan@Piolo.com or Fashion@Kikay.com. You can also create your own sub-domain e.g. http://blog.piolo.com, or http://sports.piolo.com or http://news.kikay.com or http://gossip.kikay.com, etc.

About Google Wave

Google Wave is an online tool for real-time communication and collaboration. A wave can be both a conversation and a document where people can discuss and work together using richly formatted text, photos, videos, maps, and more.

What is a wave?

A wave is equal parts conversation and document. People can communicate and work together with richly formatted text, photos, videos, maps, and more.

A wave is shared. Any participant can reply anywhere in the message, edit the content and add participants at any point in the process. Then playback lets anyone rewind the wave to see who said what and when.

A wave is live. With live transmission as you type, participants on a wave can have faster conversations, see edits and interact with extensions in real-time.

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Work Smart not Harder.

How can you work smarter if you don't want  to work? Something wrong with you.

by Hardworking