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April 29, 2007

Who Gets

Hey, here's a little free online site offering prizes. No money needed to enter and you don't end up getting shedloads of spam, either. It's over at whogets.com and the way it works is that first you sign up for the site. Then they show what it is that's on offer and you can simply enter to win it. Then, at the end, 7 lucky people are picked and they each write a 100 word post about why it should be them that wins it.  The best one does.

Very simple so why not try it out?


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April 29, 2007 in paid blogging | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

Online College

One of the recent seemingly minor rule changes in the way that student loans are offered seems to have been missed by so many people. It's one of those seemingly minor ones that is really rather going to change the world around us.

Until recently you could only get a federally subsidised (Stafford, Pell etc) student loan if you went to a college that did more than 50% of it's teaching on campus. This was really something of a protective manouvre by the traditional colleges. With the rise of the internet, the possibilities of internet video etc there's no particular reason why students should have to assemble in one place in order to be educated. But, if to pay for the courses they were required to, this maintained the privileged position of the older schools.

Now this is no longer true. As long as a college meets the other requirements about quality etc, purely online places can also allow their students access to those federally funded loans.

Expect to see an explosion of interest in those seeking an online college degree as the implications of this work through the system. At this point perhaps it's worth clicking though that link there to see what Capella University, one of the largest such online colleges can offer.

Despite working only online, they're a fully fledged academic sorta place, as the recent publication of ‘Appreciative Coaching:  A Positive Process for Change’ by a faculty member shows.

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April 29, 2007 in paid blogging | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

April 27, 2007

Congoo News Circles

I have to admit that I always feel a little silly trying to discuss these new various additions to the blogging experience. Twitter and the like, I mean, what's it for, really?

However, Congoo News Circles don't mystify me so much, they're a great way of promoting a News Blog.

Once you've got your basic blog set up on their system you can then go on to create a variety of widgets and tools to help you popularise that bog. Intelligent thinking really, as there's plenty of blogging systems but few decent ways to get the word out about them.

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Vancouver Lawyers

There's a number of reasons why you might want to think about lawyers, not all of them jokes. In fact, I'm reasonably certain that all those laywer jokes are in fact because we know that we'll need them at some point and rather resent this.

For example, Vancouver personal injury lawyers might be something you need if you get injured in Vancouver. Makes sense really, doesn't it? However, don't think that the guys at that link only work on that one subject.

They're also experts in hte complecities of immigration law and while Canada is welcoming to immigrants they certainly don't make the paperwork process easy, which is why you'llç need good lawyers. It's also true that the supposedly simpler process of getting a working visa can be bureauctratic and time consuming.

But the real reason you want a lawyer is of course if you ever get accused of something. Sure, there's a justice system there but you need someone to fight your corner, someone who knows what they're doing.

April 27, 2007 in paid blogging | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

Reverse Auctions

You might like to try your hand at this little site, bid4prizes.

Yes, it's an auction, but an auction site with a difference, in fact somthing of a serious twist to it. The thing is, it's the lowest bid that wins, not the highest. Well, to be more precise, it's the lowest unique bid that wins.

The way it works is that you log on and then select what you're trying to bid on (a large plasma screen for example) and then you send in by SMS (or text message) your bid to the company. They'll then tell you whether you are the lowest bidder, and also whether you've made a unique bid. With that information you can then make another attempt to be the lowest unique bidder.

Sounds like a lot of fun actually, especially if you're good at the sort of mathematical games needed to make the right decisions...for of course, you need to work out what all of the other people are going to be bidding.

Well worth trying I think, who knows, you might win with a bid of $1.38 or something!

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April 27, 2007 in paid blogging | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

The Perfect Pint!

So scientists have now given us the formula for a perfect pint.

A mathematical formula can now predict how the frothy head on a beer changes over time, a finding that may have a wide range of commercial uses beyond pulling the perfect pint, U.S. researchers said on Wednesday.

The formula explains how the tiny bubbles that make up foam grow -- an explanation that could lead to the development of products such as metal shrink wrap.    

The possibilities include "the heat treatment of metals or even controlling (the) head on a pint of beer," Robert MacPherson of Princeton University in New Jersey and David Srolovitz of Yeshiva University in New York report in the journal Nature.

The only problem of course is that the researchers are American and therefore think that beer should in fact be fizzy. Which of course it should not be at all, the froth should be only that provided by the hand pump bringing it up from the cellar.

But then we know that the colonial cousins don't understand that.

April 27, 2007 in Food and Drink | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

April 25, 2007

UK Mortgages

With interest rates on the rise it's even more important that you scour the market properly for the best possible deal in the UK mortgage market. There are so many people offering mortgages now, with so many possible different variations that it's almost impossible for anyone to find out everything for themselves.

Thus the way to deal with looking for Mortgages is to simply click through one of the links and take the advice of those peple who have already done all of the heavy footwork for you.

Whether you need to get a loan on a self-reporting basis, or a traditional floating rate, or a fixed rate (for however many years) perhaps you need 100%, they'll be able to guide you to hte best offers available on the market today.

Hey, why do all the work yourself if someone's already done it for you?

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April 25, 2007 in paid blogging | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack


No, this has nothing at all to do with the Coca Cola company.

There is no lottery and there are no prizes. This is just a group of criminals who are using the name so they can steal your money.

You will be asked to send them money to release your prize. Any money that you send will just be kept  by hte criminals and no prize will ever be sent to you.

Ignore it, it's a fake, a scam, a fraud.

We are pleased to inform you of the result of the just concluded annual final draws held on the 30th Of December 2006 by Coca-Cola in conjunction with the.
British American Tobacco Worldwide Promotion, your email Was among the 20 Lucky winners who won a lump sum of One Million pound sterling (£1,000,000.000) each
on THE COCA\'COLA COMPANY PROMOTIONS however the results were released on the 5th of January 2007and your email was attached to ticket number (CC/7PWYZ2006) and ballot number (CC/BT:12052006/20) The online draws was conducted by a random selection of email addresses from an exclusive list of 29,031 E-mail addresses of individuals and corporate bodies picked by an advanced automated random computer search from the internet.
However, no tickets were sold but all email addresses were assigned to different ticket numbers for representation and privacy.
The selection process was carried out through random selection in our computerized email selection machine (TOPAZ) from a database of over 250,000 email
addresses drawn from all the continents of the world. This Lottery is approved by the British Gaming Board and also Licensed by the International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR).
This lottery and it is the 3rd of its kind and we intend to sensitize the public. In other to claim your prize winning which has been deposited to
customized Courier and Security Company who has been to deliver it to your designated contact address.
Above all, you are required to fill out the Claims Verification form below and send it to the Fiduciary Agent Of THE COCA COLA COMPANY for verification and
processing who is going to refer you on how to claims your winning.
6.Country Of Resident.......
Please you are advice to complete the form and send it immediately to our Fiduciary Agent through email or fax for Verification and Remittance of your Winning To your designated Address.You are therefore advised to contact our Fiduciary Agent for the Verification And Remittance Of Your Winning with
Your Information and do remember to quote your Ticket Numbers And Ballot Numbers.
  Fiduciary Agent Max Ralph
Email: infowebcocacola@yahoo.co.uk
Telephone: +44-7979391755
Best wishes:
Mrs. Juliet marrow
(Processing Manager)
On Behalf of the staff And Members Of the COCA COLA COMPANIES Congratulates and therefore advised you to keep your winning information
confidential and restrict from third Party to avoid double or false claims of your winning

April 25, 2007 in Lottery | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

Futures Markets

There's an awful lot about investment markets that people really don't seem to understand. The most important is the concept of diversification.

This means that you should have some money in cash, some in bonds, some in stock and so on. One way of putting it is that you shouldn't put all your eggs in one basket. Another is that you should look to different asset classes and adjust the amount that you have in each based on the riskiness of that class, plus the needs of your own investment policy.

At the riskier end, but still something that you should think about, is global futures. What you need to understand here is that while the returns can be high, so are the risks (indeed, the two go together in financial markets) so it isn't something that should be at the core of your strategy. Rather, something to do with a small part of your portfolio.

Click through that link and see how Global Futures Exchange & Trading Co., Inc. can get you started in the market for as little as $250.

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April 25, 2007 in paid blogging | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

Nederlandse Staatsloterij

Now there is a real lottery in Holland but this has nothing to do with it. For the other one, the real one, you have to buy a ticket and they do not operate by email.

This one is just a group of criminals who have stolen the name. They will ask you to send them money to process your prize. As there is no lottery here and there are no prizes all that will happen is that any money sent by you will be kept by the criminals., No prize will ever be sent to you.

Ignore it, it's a scam, a fake, a fraud.

Nederlandse Staatsloterij
Postbus 3334
5902 RH Venlo
Den Haag, The - Netherlands
YOUR REF. No: SNL/4249859609/WP1

We are pleased to inform you of the result of the Staatsloterij
Prize award Winners that was announced today 24th of April 2007. Your
address have been selected as one of the lucky winning Address,
therefore you
have been approved for a lump sum payout of Euro 920,000.00. (Nine
Hundred And
Twenty Thousand Euro only) in the 3rd category winners. Your email
attached to a Ticket numbers 7775114-6410 with Serial No: 472-9768-98.

All participants where selected through a computer ballot system drawn
over 20,000 company and 30,000,000 individual email addresses and names
from all over the world drawn from Europe. America, Asia, Australia, New
Zealand, Middle-East, parts of Africa, North and South America. We
hope with
part of your winning you will take part in our next year 50 million
international lottery. To file for your claim, please contact our claim
processing department with the contact information below:

Staatsloterij N.V
(CLAIM PROCESSING DEPARTMENT)                                    
Tel: +31- 641 940320
Fax: +31 847 195169
Email: infodomenicogranito@gmail.com

We expect you to provide them with the information below for the
processing of
your winning documents.

1). FULL NAMES:......................................
2). AGE: ..................................................
3. OCCUPATION :........................................
4). SEX:...........................................
5). PHONES AND FAX NUMBERS:..............................
6). COUNTRY OF RESIDENT:.................................
7). NATIONALITY: ....................................
8). MAILING ADDRESS:............................... ....
9). ANNUAL INCOME..............................
10). AMOUNT WON:..........................................
11). REFRENCE NUMBERS.................................
12). BATCH NUMBERS................................
13). YOUR WINNING EMAIL ADDRESS.......................
14). SERIAL NUMBERS.........................................
15). TICKET NUMBERS.....................................

NOTE: All winnings must be claimed not later than 5th of May 2007,
after this
date all unclaimed funds will be included in the next stake. Anybody
under the age of 18 is automatically disqualified.

Congratulations once more, as we expect you to make good use of your

Yours Sincerely,
Janet van Sintel (Mrs).

(Loterij Promotions Coordinator)

April 25, 2007 in Lottery | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack