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Teach Your Dog New Tricks

September 4th, 2007 · 1 Comment

Forget about taking your dog to petsmart for training. I have tried it, and it ain’t so bad, but hey, I don’t have a paid-for trainer, and I see no reason why my dog should
Most dog tricks are easy to teach, but I really wanted some help to get started. That’s where petsmart [...]

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Color Me Impressed

August 8th, 2007 · No Comments

I have never paid attention to the small details of the things that get handed to me at trade fairs and client demos, but the other day, I came across a very well put-together sales pitch kit for a company that does trade show exhibits. It was all put together in a gorgeous presentation folder. [...]

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DealWhiz: Coupon Codes, Deals and Discounts

June 11th, 2007 · No Comments

I thought I had lost faith in the zillions of deal websites – you know the kind I am talking about, blogs, or sites that list deal after deal for electronics and stuff. I even frequented a forum that I have mentioned on this blog before, so I was like, “oh yeah, so what’s new?,” [...]

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Get Your Free Zune Player

May 31st, 2007 · 1 Comment

Let me try this once:) You can get your own free Zune player at myzunefree.com. All you have to do is sign up for one or more of the offers on display after you login, and complete enough offers to get one credit. You could get the one credit for completing just one offer, or, [...]

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Blame the Sims

May 30th, 2007 · No Comments

I haven’t got much work done over the past two days. You can blame Sims 2. For those of you still fortunate to retain complete control over your time, the Sims 2 is a very addictive game by Maxis, or Electronic Arts. The original Sims was perhaps the first “real life in virtual life” game [...]

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Create Your Own Jewelry

May 29th, 2007 · No Comments

What’s the perfect way to spend a weekend? The answer might be “save some money”, or “make some money”, or “no, you dollarhead, money is not everything, dedicate some time to a hobby”. I found the perfect solution for all three groups of folks. Make jewelry over the next weekend.
The jewelry blog has very cool [...]

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Clickbank RSS Feed Script

May 29th, 2007 · 1 Comment

I am kind of toying with the idea of driving visitors to Clickbank using affiliate links. Fear not, it is not on this website, but on another one. Clickbank is probably the largest internet retailer of digital products – mostly ebooks, guides, scripts, tools and even some merchandise. The most difficult part of becoming a [...]

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Review: 100 Sonnets – Love and Demise

May 29th, 2007 · No Comments

Layne Thrasher about writing his debut book:
Writing is not always peacefully releasing. Sometimes the words haunt, keeping one awake at night until they are released on the piece of paper where they live and breathe and ultimately die if not remembered.

I picked up my copy of the “100 sonnets – love and demise” in the [...]

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Debt Consolidation Loans Lead to Even More Debt

May 28th, 2007 · 2 Comments

File this under “Weird, but True”. According to an article on the UK Personal Loan Store, more than 50% of the people who use a debt consolidation loan actually end up with more debt than they started with. Not that I am thinking of getting a debt consolidation loan – but the recent trends in [...]

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Retailers Vs. Resellers, Cost Comparison

May 27th, 2007 · No Comments

There are lots of websites where you pay less than retail prices to get your electronic gizmos, sports equipment, digital cameras – well just about anything. There is even a site called Dont Pay Retail though it is for the Australian market. So how do all these merchants that show up in a price comparison [...]

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