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Linux or Windows

Linux or Windows?

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10 FBI Tips On How To Spot A Liar

  10 FBI Tips On How To Spot A Liar Written by LaRae Quy on April 27th 2015, via Linkedin Pulse.

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What it takes to be an entrepreneur in 2015

What it takes to be an entrepreneur in 2015 by Dylan Tweney

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What Does Emotional Intelligence Have To Do With C

What Does Emotional Intelligence Have To Do With Creating Better Leaders? by Brad Parcells

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Women: Why Being Nice is Killing Your Career

Women: Why Being Nice is Killing Your Career by Kare Jacoba

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7 Lies Employers Use To Trick You Into Working For

7 Lies Employers Use To Trick You Into Working For Them by J.T. O'Donnell CEO, CAREEREALISM Media & CareerHMO Employment Branding Career & Job Search

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Focus On Relationships, Not Transactions

Focus On Relationships, Not Transactions by  James Caan CBE Influencer Serial Entrepreneur and Investor in People with Passion

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Four Ways to Jump-Start Small Business

Four Ways to Jump-Start Small Business by Hillary Clinton

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9 Phrases Smart People Never Use

9 Phrases Smart People Never Use In Conversation by Dr. Travis Bradberry

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9 Phrases Smart People Never... by Panagiotis Loum

9 Phrases Smart People Never Use In Conversation by Dr. Travis BradberryInfluencer Coauthor Emotional Intelligence 2.0 & President at TalentSmart   We’ve all said things that people interpreted much differently than we thought they would. These seemingly benign comments lead to the awful feeling that only comes when you’ve planted your foot firmly into your mouth. Verbal slip-ups often occur because we say things without knowledge of the subtle implications they carry. Understanding these implications requires social awareness—the ability to pick up on the emotions and experiences of other people. TalentSmart has tested the emotional intelligence (EQ) of more than a million people and discovered that social awareness is a skill in which many of us are lacking. We lack social awareness because we’re so focused on what we’re going to say next—and how what other people are saying affects us—that we completely lose sight of other people. This is a problem because people are complicated. You can’t hope to understand someone until you focus all of your attention in his or her direction. The beauty of social awareness is that a few simple adjustments to what you say can vastly improve your relationships with other people. To that end, there are some phrases that emotionally intelligent people are careful to avoid in casual conversation. The following phrases are nine of the worst offenders. You should avoid them at all costs. 1. “You look tired.” Tired people are incredibly unappealing—they have droopy eyes and messy hair, they have trouble concentrating, and they’re as grouchy as they come. Telling someone he looks tired implies all of the above

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Here are the 15 facts you should know on how peopl

  Here are the 15 facts you should know on how people view websites.     Text attracts more attention than pictures. Tweet this     People start viewing your website from the top left corner. Tweet this     Readers ignore banners. Surprise, suprise. Tweet this     Fancy fonts are ignored. Tweet this     People only scan the lower parts of your website. Tweet

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Love definitions that everyone should consider

Love definitions that everyone should consider   1. Love is never rushing into relationships Give time to yourself and your partner. Take things slow. Know their likes and dislikes. Analyze that would you be willing to share a common bond in the following years. Every person has some habits that would be annoying to you. Think — would you be still sharing the same bond when you see the dark side of a person? 2. Love is not being jealous There is no room for jealousy and possessiveness in cases where true love is really there. Being protective is a part of a relationship, but there should be a healthy understanding. Being too much involved can make the other person suffocated in the relationship. They may be having an ex with whom they share an understanding as a friend, but it didn’t work out when they were dating. That is the reason they

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Can you really get FREE web hosting?

Can you really get FREE web hosting? Yes, there are hundreds of free hosting web sites, as far as not having to pay any money to have your website hosted. Generally they either cost you in time, web hosting restrictions, or modifying your free web pages by adding popups, banners, or other adverts. When looking for free web hosting (especially on search engines), you should beware that there are also a large number of commercial web hosts that claim to offer free hosting services, but those often have a catch, such as paying an excessive amount for a domain name or other service, and therefore aren't really free. The free free hosting guide below will give you some tips for finding the right free webhosting comapny for you. How do the free web hosts make money? The free website hosts often make money in other ways, such as putting banners, popups, or popunders ads on your free webpages. Some free web hosting companies do not put ads on your site, but require you as the webmaster to click on banners in their control panel or signup process, or just display banners in the file manager in hopes you will click them. Some lure visitors with free hosting in hopes you will upgrade and pay for advanced features. A few send you occasional emails with ads, or may even sell your email address. A new method that is becoming popular is requiring a certain number of "quality" forum posting, usually as a means of getting free content for them and thereby being able to display more ads to their website visitors. Are free web hosts reliable? Generally no, although there are a few exceptions. If the free host is making money from banner ads or other revenue sources directly from the free hosting service, then they likely will stay in business, provided someone doesn't abuse their web hosting server with spam, hacking, etc., as often happens to new free web hosting companies with liberal signup policies. If the freehost accepts just anyone, especially with an automated instant activation and it offers features such as PHP or CGI, then some users invariably try to find ways to abuse it, which can cause the free server to have a lot of downtime or the free web server to be slow. It is best

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by by Panagiotis Loum

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Your Job away from your Job

   y Katie Couric Yahoo Global News Anchor   I always knew I wanted to be a journalist. Like everyone else, I've had ups and downs in my career, but that never stopped me from loving my profession. My first big break came when I was working as a local news reporter at WRC in Washington: Tim Russert called to offer me a position as the deputy Pentagon correspondent at NBC News. That ‘up’ turned into early mornings at the Today Show for fifteen years and a five-year run as the first female solo anchor of an evening newscast at CBS News. From there, I tried a daytime talk show and I’m now trying to navigate the relatively nascent and exciting world of digital news at Yahoo. But those things you probably know. While many know me as a journalist or ‘TV personality’ (ick!), for almost two decades I’ve also had another job—another passion and another reason I get up every day. And this calling, borne out of tragedy 18 years ago, was the one that changed my life the most.

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Dr by Panagiotis Loum

Dr. Travis Bradberry   What if I told you in just 10 seconds a day, you can sleep better, make more money, reduce stress, and lose weight? Sleeping naked can do all these things and more. All you have to do is take off your clothes. While there are countless strategies floating around out there to help you improve in these areas, none is as simple—and many are less effective—as stripping down before you go to sleep. Since only 8% of people sleep naked, most everyone can discover the benefits of sleeping in the buff. This may sound far-fetched, but hear me out before you throw those cozy flannel pajamas on. You Sleep Better Naked We've always known that quality sleep is good for your brain,

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by Tamal Bandyopadhyay

by Tamal Bandyopadhyay Adviser, Strategy at Bandhan Bank Ltd, & Consulting Editor, Mint   Bank stocks rose in the past two trading sessions. Is it the so-called dead cat bounce or a short-lived rally in a declining trend? Nobody seems to have the answer. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI), in its February monetary policy review, kept the policy rate unchanged. Even if it cuts the rate after the government commits itself to fiscal consolidation in the Union budget, it could be the last of the rate cuts for many months to come. Theoretically, a rate cut could have encouraged the banks to lend more and boost their interest income as well as bolstered the borrowers’ capability to pay back. The worst is certainly not over for many banks in terms of the quality of assets. However, the finance ministry’s reassurance that the government is fully aware of the extent of the problem of bad assets of public sector banks and that it will infuse capital in them has probably soothed the frayed nerves of investors. RBI governor Raghuram Rajan has also clarified that there are other ways of pushing up the capital base of banks, including revaluing their assets. Yet another contributing factor to the two-day rally could be finance minister Arun Jaitley’s announcement at an investment summit in New Delhi that the bankruptcy and insolvency Bill could be passed in the forthcoming budget session of Parliament. The joint committee that is examining the details of the Bill is expected to submit

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Jeff Haden

Jeff Haden Ghostwriter, Speaker, Inc. Magazine Contributing Editor 40 Incorrectly Used Words That Can Make You Look Dumb While I like to think I know a little about business writing, I still fall into a few word traps. (Not to mention a few cliché traps.) Take the words "who" and "whom." I rarely use "whom" when I should -- even when spell check suggests "whom" I think it sounds pretentious. So I use "who." And then I sound dumb. Just like one misspelled word can get your resume tossed onto the "nope" pile, one incorrectly used word can negatively impact your entire message. Fairly or unfairly, it happens -- so let's make sure it doesn't happen to you. Adverse and averse Adverse means harmful or unfavorable: "Adverse market conditions caused the IPO to be poorly subscribed." Averse refers to feelings of dislike or opposition: "I was averse to paying $18 a share for a company that generates no revenue." But hey, feel free to have an aversion to adverse conditions. Affect and effect Verbs first. Affect means to influence: "Impatient investors affected our roll-out date." Effect means to accomplish something: "The board effected a sweeping policy change." How you use effect or affect can be tricky. For example, a board can affect changes by influencing them and can effect changes by directly implementing them. Bottom line, use effect if you're making it happen, and affect if you're having an impact on something that someone else is trying to make happen. As for nouns, effect is almost always correct: "Once he was fired he was given 20 minutes to gather his personal effects." Affect refers to an emotional state, so unless you're a psychologist you probably have little reason to use it. Bring and take Both have to do with objects you move or carry. The difference is in the point of reference: you bring things here and you take them there. You ask people to bring something to you, and you ask people to take something to someone or somewhere else. “Can you bring an appetizer to John's party”? Nope. Compliment and complement Compliment means to say something nice. Complement means to add to, enhance, improve, complete, or bring close to perfection. I can compliment your staff and their service, but if you have no current openings you have

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Bernard Marr

Bernard Marr Best-Selling Author, Keynote Speaker and Leading Business and Data Expert How NOT to Introduce Yourself Networking is one of the most challenging skills you may have to learn in the world of business. It can be an awkward experience, having the attention of a group of strangers focused on you, and trying to make a good first impression. It’s an important moment. The person opposite you might be someone who

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The Hard Truths About Being a Young Entrepreneur

The Hard Truths About Being a Young Entrepreneur by    Tiffany Pham Founder & CEO, Mogul   Millennials, we are in a unique space in time, where pursuing entrepreneurship is a credible career choice. It wasn’t always. Generations before us were taught to find a ‘good job’, stay as long as you can and retire as soon as possible. But things have changed. When I launched Mogul in 2014, I knew the commitment would be a challenge, but one that I would welcome with optimistic vigor and determination. As a young entrepreneur, I have learned to run through and jump over obstacles, and embrace them as opportunities—fail forward, a concept my father taught me at an early age. Being an entrepreneur doesn’t come with a

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How to Preserve Flowers With Hairspray

How to Preserve Flowers With Hairspray By Greyson Ferguson Once you pick a flower, it has an expiration date set on it. Although it is possible to prolong the look of the flower, it is inevitably going to wither and die. However, there are a few tricks available to extend the beauty of the flower, including the use of hairspray. Hairspray helps hold the flower firm and prevents wilting for an additional few days (as long as you constantly reapply it). This is helpful if you 

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How to Dry Rose Petals

How to Dry Rose Petals By Jonathan Fong When you receive a bouquet of fresh roses, preserve their beauty and fragrance by drying the rose petals. Dried rose petals are perfect for making potpourri, but they can also be used as dramatic embellishments in card making, as an organic element when pouring your own candles and soap, or even as confetti for weddings and bridal showers. There are several ways to dry rose petals, from microwaving them to pressing them between the pages of a book. Whatever method you choose, you may be surprised how easy it is to do, and how lovely the results. Preparing Roses for Drying Before drying, allow the roses to fully open so that the petals are relatively flat, rather than curled up. Remove the sepals from the base of the petals, and it will be easier to detach the petals. Handle the petals gently so you do not crush them. Drying Rose Petals in a Microwave Oven When you're in a hurry, drying roses in a microwave oven is the fastest way to preserve them. 1. Place a paper towel on a microwave-safe dish. 2. Arrange your rose petals in a single layer on the paper towel. Then place

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Make Your Own Modern Hanging Planter

Make Your Own Modern Hanging Planter By Lucy Akins There's something so satisfying about turning an item that has outlived its usefulness into something valuable by giving it a new purpose. It's like getting twice as much of something as you expected—sort of like the Citi(R) Double Cash card, which earns you cash back not once, but twice. This tutorial shows you how to make adorable hanging planters with recycled plastic bottles, doubling the value of these household items.   Things You'll Need Recycled plastic bottles (preferably with a rounded base) Olive oil or nail polish remover, if

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How to Track a Cell Phone and Show its Location

How to Track a Cell Phone and Show its Location By Jason Cipriani Last updated February 01, 2016 Misplacing a cell phone or having one stolen is a horrible experience. We store a vast amount of personal data on our phones. From health or medical information, to photos, and payment details -- our phones hold intimate details of our lives. In order to aide in finding a lost device, both Google and Apple include ways to track a missing phone right in their respective operating systems. While the feature may be built-in, you'll still need to do some setup and know how to access it should you ever lose a phone. Finding a lost iPhone Apple's solution is called Find My iPhone. This same service is capable of tracking any and all of your iOS devices (not to mention any Mac also associated with your Apple ID). To enable it on your iPhone,

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How to Burn Fat Without Exercise

How to Burn Fat Without Exercise By Sylvie Tremblay, MSc While it’s nice to think about getting the body of your dreams without breaking a sweat, exercise can help you lose weight faster. That doesn’t mean you can’t burn fat without exercise, though -- simply adjusting your diet and lifestyle can help you lose weight, even if you never set foot in the gym. You can also up your calorie burn and get more activity without formal exercise by just making a few adjustments to your daily routine. Write it Down: Keep a Food Diary to Burn Fat Just having to write down what you eat might be enough to help you slim down.   Drop the fork and pick up a pen! Burning fat without exercise means recording everything you eat and drink in a food diary, since you’ll need to cut calories to shed pounds. In some cases, you’ll see fat burning results from writing down what you eat, even if you don’t make conscious changes to your diet -- just holding yourself accountable for what you eat significantly boosts weight loss. Keeping a food diary doesn’t have to be boring. Treat yourself to a nice notebook and pen you’ll genuinely enjoy using and use your food diary as a chance for self-reflection by recording your emotions, thoughts and worries. It’s also a great way to communicate your feelings – even if it’s only to yourself – so

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Finding Free Movies on the Web

Finding Free Movies on the Web By Sarah Jacobsson Purewal Can't afford a Netflix subscription, let alone cable service? Don't sweat -- there are plenty of places online that offer free, legal streaming media across a variety of genres. There's something for everyone, from full-length feature films to documentaries, animated shorts, and current-season TV shows. You don't need to spend money or turn to illegal streaming sites to get your fill of free content, though you may need to keep an open mind. Here are a few sites to get you started: Hulu Hulu is best-known as the site that streams current-season TV shows -- if you missed last night's episode of The Bachelor, this is where you can come to get your fix. Hulu offers both free and paid services; free users are usually able to stream the most recent episodes of current-season TV shows, while paid users can access older episodes and seasons. If the current cable lineup isn't to your liking, you can also access some of Hulu's original content, like episodes from The Mindy Project and Casual. The site also offers a wide selection of movies, though free users are mostly limited to older picks from the Criterion Collection and documentaries. Crackle If you're looking for mainstream -- but not necessarily current -- movies and TV shows, Sony's streaming website Crackle

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10 ways to start taking control

10 ways to start taking control (time management, goal setting, record tracking) 1. Take Good Care of Yourself It's much easier to be positive when you are eating well, exercising, and getting enough rest. 2. Remind Yourself of the Things You Are Grateful For Stresses and challenges don't seem quite as bad when you are constantly reminding yourself of the things that are right in life. Taking just 60 seconds a day to stop and appreciate the good things will make a huge difference. 3. Look for the Proof Instead of Making Assumptions A fear of not being liked or accepted sometimes leads us to assume that we know what others are thinking, but our fears are usually not reality. If you have a fear that a friend or family member's bad mood is due to something you did, or that your co-workers are secretly gossiping about you when you turn your back, speak up and ask them. Don't waste time worrying that you did something wrong unless you have proof that there is something to worry about. 4. Refrain from Using Absolutes Have you ever told a partner "You're ALWAYS late!" or complained to a friend "You

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Better ways to treat your self when you are sick

Better ways to treat your self when you are sick When you get sick, you go to the doctor. And the doctor will, of course, prescribe medicines. You will go and buy medicines. You take them, and hopefully, you get well. This is how the health profession goes on nowadays – a cycle of diagnosis and prescription. If anyone were to give you herbs for medicine, you would probably say that that person was a quack. But nowadays, studies are being conducted to see if there are really is any merit to what is called natural medicine. Natural medicine is the use of natural methods, herbal medicines, and traditional practices to heal ailments. Every culture has a form of natural medicine. In ancient cultures, village medicine men served as the doctors of the community, passing on medical knowledge to the apprentices that followed them. Many categories of the healing methods fall under natural medicine. Among these are traditional medicine, complementary medicine, and alternative medicine. Usually, natural medicine refers to medical practices that were in place before the advent of modern medicine. This includes herbal medicine, or phytotherapy, which is prevalent in Chinese, Ayurvedic(or Indian), and Greek medicine. Upon the advent of modern medicine, many professionals discarded the use of herbs in favor of man-made medicine. The fact that these

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Genuine Happiness Comes from... by Panagiotis Loum

Genuine Happiness Comes from Within Life isn’t the sweetest candy. Sometimes, when I feel like the world is just too heavy, I look around and find people who continued to live fascinating and wonderful lives. And then thoughts come popping into my mind like bubbles from nowhere – “How did their life become so adorably sweet? How come they still can manage to laugh and play around despite a busy stressful life?”  Then I pause and observed for awhile… I figured out that maybe, they start to work on a place called ‘self’. So, how does one become genuinely happy? Step 1 is to love yourself. My theology professor once said that “loving means accepting.”  To love oneself means to accept that you are not a perfect being, but behind the imperfections must lie a great ounce of courage to be able to discover ways on how to improve your repertoire to recover from our mistakes. Genuine happiness also pertains to contentment. When you are contented with the job you have, the way you look, with your family, your friends, the place you live in, your car, and all the things you now have – truly, you know the answer to the question “how to be genuinely happy.” When we discover a small start somewhere

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Acropolis and why you should visit it

Acropolis and why you should visit it

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Earn while you sleep !!

  Earn while you sleep !!   Have you ever heard about rotating sites? These are sites where you can advertise the links of your own sites so that you get visitors. Having visitors may provide you with a nice and substancial income if you sell items or if you advertise products or if you advertise products as an affiliate. Providing links is not necessary if you don't have your own sites to promote. Most of these sites provide traffic to your site in exchange for your visiting sites they promote.

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Bitcoin? What is it?

Bitcoin? What is it?   Source : http://www.coindesk.com/information/what-is-bitcoin/ Bitcoin is a form of digital currency, created and held electronically. No one controls it. Bitcoins aren’t printed, like dollars or euros – they’re produced by people, and increasingly businesses, running computers all around the world, using software that solves mathematical problems. It’s the first example of a growing category of money known as cryptocurrency.   What makes it different from normal currencies? Bitcoin can be used to buy things electronically. In that sense, it’s like conventional dollars, euros, or yen, which are also traded digitally. However, bitcoin’s most important characteristic, and the thing that makes it different to conventional money, is that it is decentralized. No single institution controls the bitcoin network. This puts some people at ease, because it means that a large bank can’t control their money. Who created it? A software developer called Satoshi Nakamoto proposed bitcoin, which was an electronic payment system based on mathematical proof. The idea was to produce a currency independent of any central authority, transferable electronically, more or less instantly, with very low transaction fees. Who prints it? No one. This currency isn’t physically printed in the shadows by a central bank, unaccountable to the population, and making its own rules. Those banks can simply produce more money to cover the national debt,

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Antiguan Charcoal Baked Bananas

Antiguan Charcoal Baked Bananas A great recipee for Bananas This Caribbean dessert can be star

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My aunt's Chili Sauce

My aunt's Chili Sauce 4 Tomatoes,cut in quarters 1 T Mustard seed 2 c Onions,sliced

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Building Courage

Building Courage   to Improve your Personal Life  When you build courage, you start to improve your personal life. Building courage will help you take risks to a brighter future that you ordinarily would not take. When you build courage, you put fear behind you. courage is the process of admitting that you have fears, yet you are willing to find a way to defeat those fears and not allow these fears to take control of you. It is ok to experience your fears at appropriate times. For instance, if a bus is heading in your path, swerving you have a right to fear. There is nothing wrong with healthy fear. The problem is you have to put healthy fear in its place and unhealthy fear out of your life.  Once you build courage, you will learn to self-direct you in life. You will

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The Fantastic Use and Great

  The Fantastic Use and Great Advantages of A Hybrid Car The cost of fuel and the damage it brings to our environment has become very rampant, and because of that, hybrid cars are presently considered as very beneficial to the preservation of the environment. The reason behind this is that hybrid cars do not depend mainly on fuel for it to have power, but it also makes use of electricity that results to a smaller amount of fuel consumption and less emitted air pollution. A hybrid car combines an electric motor and gasoline engine  to provide sufficient power to the vehicle with least fuel usage and fewer emissions. They are also far more fuel-efficient than purely gas-powered cars, and far more practical for everyday use than purely electric-powered cars. Combining the two sources of power, a vehicle then is created that is relatively non-polluting and will lead to less fuel consumption which means it possesses enough power to have freeway speeds that does not need too much fuel, it is also great for the stop and go driving

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How Hybrid Car Works

How Hybrid Car Works A Brief Glimpse of the Car of the Future Many people are now getting frustrated with their usual gas-guzzling conventional car because of the constant increase in fuel prices. Because of this, more and more people are looking for alternative modes of travel. Some people with cars are now leaving it on the garage and walks from home to work almost everyday to conserve fuel and some are taking the subways, and other transportation services that exist in order to save money. However, there are some people who simply just need their car for their work. Because of this, many of this people are now considering selling their old conventional gas-guzzling cars and purchase a new kind of car that can cut fuel consumption by half. These new line of cars are called hybrid cars. Just imagine, you can effectively go more than 60 miles per gallon

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How I became a poet

It has been some time that I started to write poems. Being a psychologist is not easy. You have to talk much and listen even more. Often in my mind started to come the ancient Greek expression.. <<Lakedaimonizein

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A poem from the Collection "Winter flow"

 A poem from the Collection "Winter flow" by Panagiotis Loumidis All rights reserved   Copyright 2016   A, no, Garden

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A poem from my collection 2

  A poem from my Collection "Winter flow"   A poem from the Collection "Winter flow" by Panagiotis Loumidis All rights reserved   Copyright 2016

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A poem from my Collection "Winter Flow"

A poem from my Collection "Winter Flow" by Panagiotis Loumidis Copyright 2016 All Rights Reserved Underground Ways Labyrinth, a huge circuit of tunnels, tangled as the guts in a huge belly under a city of sounds, pollution and fashion and you, a dirty result of indifference, both yours and others, rapped  under the borrowed clothes, right where you wish to be, a dark corner near the stairs life has

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How to confront your mother in law

How to confront your mother in law

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A guide that will teach you how to earn from blogg

  A guide that will teach you how to earn from blogging.

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5 ultra simple strategies for traffic generation

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7 ways to profit with articles

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Internet Marketing for newbies

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Dog BASICS for Newbies

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Use of Graig's List

  Use of Graig's List

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Freelancer or Employee? by Panagiotis Loum

  Freelancer or Employee?

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Pick a dog according to your personality

Pick a dog according to your personality

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Is your dog loving you?

  Is your dog loving you?

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12 Social NetWorking Marketing Tips

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120 Social Media Profile Tips

  120 Social Media Profile Tips

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Earn Bitcoins on AutoPilot

Earn Bitcoins on AutoPilot

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101 Diet Tips

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This is why I vote for Carlos

    This is why I vote for Carlos   Elections is a very important event, if not the most important, for every organization either empowr,a State or a whole Country.    It is a natural thing for people to choose their leaders. The easiest and more democratic way is through Voting and Elections.      We have reached a point where our vote is crucial for the future of empowr.      From the very beginning I have voted for Carlos and here is why. He is my PC and I am one of his SPVs for quite a few months now.  So I had the opportunity to know him and work with him. He is an inspiring leader and likes to see everyone succeed. Fair-play is a principle for him not just descriptive words He is NOT an opportunist. He works for the long term success.