Will Social Security Be Enough For Your Future?
By James A. Gage
While many Americans realize that Social Security won’t provide
them with enough income to get by, most people might not realize
just how inadequate Social Security checks are. According to the
Social Security Administration the average Social Security check
today is for under $720.00 a month, which equals approximately
50% of the averages retiree’s budget. The other percentages
amount to this, 23% is attributed to ongoing ...Read the rest of this entry »
Copyright © 2009 Ed BagleyI recently received an email asking this question: Is there an Internet site that lists the best times in Washington for youth track and field performances other than high school?Bill White of Kalama (WA) then added, "I am currently coaching my 14-year-old grandson and at his first school meet he ran 11.7 for 100 meters and 54.8 for 400 meters."I immediately thought of dyestat.com
as it is the best resource for tracking high school track & field and cross-country ...Read the rest of this entry »
If you work from home you don't need me to remind you that there
is a price to pay for this luxury. You may save on rent but you
have to work hard to keep a balance. If your work space starts
to get mixed up with your living space then in the worst case
scenario you can end up unhappy at home and unhappy at work.
Putting the problems with your physical work space to one side,
what about your virtual work space, your virtual office? If you
also work online then you will know that sometimes ...Read the rest of this entry »
Valuable career advice can come from aptitude test as they can
help in identifying suitable job options. Career tests include
tests such as personality profiling, leadership skills,
motivation, management style, etc. The results of such tests can
give you the career advice that can direct you to a suitable
career, by matching your interests with career options.
Many career tests are offered online. They may be free or
available for a small fee. Many experts provide the career
advice to ...Read the rest of this entry »
Scientists will describe color as the quality of an object with
respect to light. But, as any one of us knows, our human
response to color is very emotional. When skillfully used by
designers, color creates the kind of harmonious balance and
appeal that helps sell everything from personal care products to
automobiles to wallcovering. Precisely because of this blend of
science and emotion, color remains difficult to manage across
the entire manufacturing supply chain cycle. Much can happen ...Read the rest of this entry »
Entrepreneurs - Is Your Style Holding You Back? by Arthur Cooper
(c) Copyright 2004 http://www.arthurcooper.com
Are you an entrepreneur? Do you run a successful business?
Do you want your business to continue to grow or are you happy
with it at the size it is?
Most entrepreneurs will answer that of course they want their
businesses to grow. That is what it is all about. But to what
size? Do you want to be the leading business in your town? In
your country? In your specific business sector? ...Read the rest of this entry »
Will we ever get a break? Not right now .In San Diego, police
arrested a postal worker for stealing mail and trading it to
identity thieves to support his drug habit.
Another arrest involved the hacking of wireless carrier
T-MobileUSA's network. According to Fox News, the attacker
gained access to a database of 16 million customers including
the personel information of the Secret Service agent
investigating the break in.
Then there's Choicepoint. When last we left the information
giant, ...Read the rest of this entry »
A while back I was working on a web design project, and got
stumped as to why I was having an alignment issue. I looked at
the html code over and over, and was just not seeing the
problem. My 13 year old daughter, who had been on another
computer, comes into the office and says she has found my
problem. She says "Dad, you forgot to close a tag on line 138."
I looked again, and sure enough, there it was staring me in the
face. I had forgotten to close a tag. At that moment, even the
family dogs ...Read the rest of this entry »
It's all about location, location, location!
In the past...back in the days when Google was IT when it came
to natural search results...everyone was very focused (or shall
we say obsessed?) on Google page rank.
Now that Google is a public company and the search business has
become competitive (most notably due to the serious search
capabilities now being offered by Yahoo and Microsoft, via MSN),
Google has become much more "private" or secretive about things
like page rank, backlinks, etc.
As ...Read the rest of this entry »
This is what the president of Swann Galleries in New York USA, Nicholas Lowry, said about posters. "The great thing about posters is that they are accidental art. They were not meant to be saved. It's meant to be advertising, to be rained on, torn down or plastered over. That's the beauty of it"
Posters are one of the most collectible of collectibles and none more so than the vintage advertising poster.
Vintage advertising posters can be found on walls where once there was fine art. Some of ...Read the rest of this entry »