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Online Shopping Cashback Deals in the UK

May 16th, 2007 · 1 Comment

Just a couple of days ago, I had written about cheap broadband rates in the UK. It gets even better – this cashback site promises better online shopping rates – even some broadband cashback deals. There’s €16 off on the AOL broadband plan.

If you like online shopping then you could save a lot of money. [...]

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Broadband Cheaper in the UK?

May 15th, 2007 · No Comments

There are some really cheap broadband offers in the UK – when compared to what I pay to Time Warner/Road Runner here in the US, the offers across the pond seem so much better. However, one thing I don’t get is if whether these deals are for DSL or for cable internet. I am somehow [...]

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Structured Settlements are Fascinating

May 12th, 2007 · 1 Comment

From a blog discussing a recent public interest litigation, I was led to look up structured settlements. According to law, when someone wins a legal argument and is awarded money as compensation, a structured settlements sees to it that some or all payments awarded by a judge or jury are made to the affected person [...]

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The Price of Ink Cartridges

May 11th, 2007 · No Comments

Ever wondered why ink cartridges are so highly priced? On a per-pound basis ink is more expensive that Russian caviar. Don’t take my word for it – here’s PC World. Printer manufacturers have traditionally followed what is called the Razor Blade marketing philosophy – sell the razor cheap and price the blades higher than normal [...]

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Merchant Account Fees & Credit Cards

May 11th, 2007 · 1 Comment

There’s a coffee shop in our office complex where they don’t accept credit cards for less than $3. I have been going there every single day and he declined to give me coffee on my card. I was really eager to try out my citi credit card, to find out if I’d get 3% or [...]

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How Would an Online Nursing Degree Work?

May 9th, 2007 · No Comments

I am curious how this online nursing degree program would work. If you read the article in detail, you get the idea that you can even get an MBA for nursing. The reason I am a little puzzled is that I can’t think of how such a person-oriented, physical skill-centric job can be taught using [...]

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Cool Gift Idea – Photo Pendant

May 8th, 2007 · No Comments

I often find myself racking my brain for gift ideas. Here’s a cool idea. Everytime I see one of these photo pendants in a movie, I so desperately want to get one, or better still – give one. I went to Spider-man III yesterday and in the movie a little girl gives her dad a [...]

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Relieving Headaches the Natural Way

May 8th, 2007 · No Comments

For the last two to three months, I have been having headaches every day – almost at the same time. Come 8 PM and the pain starts – usually around the temple, though sometimes it is like a ring around my head. It is a slow, throbbing, constant pain, and when it starts I cannot [...]

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The Latest in Shoes and Fashion

May 3rd, 2007 · No Comments

Some people are willing to walk the line to walk the walk. Increasing number of women are resorting to surgery to be able to wear those fashionable stiletto shoes. According to this NY Times article, more than 50% of the doctors who are members of the American Orthopedic Foot & Ankle Society report having conducted [...]

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Crazy Movie Stuff: Saw III Poster

May 3rd, 2007 · No Comments

Via the galactic surf entertainment portal, I came to know that the Saw III movie poster had something unique about it – the lead actor’s blood was mixed into the red ink used for the poster. How much weirder can it get? Saw III wasn’t too well received, but with this blood-thing maybe the [...]

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