Thursday, February 26, 2009

Five Legitimate Companies for Making Money From Home

Here are five companies for you to work at home with, and make money.


To apply with this company, you must meet the requirements such as having a home office, high speed internet connection, USB headset, telephone, and complete the application online.
This site also offers a calculator to figure out how much money you can save by working from home. Click on the link above, read their frequently asked questions, and spend some time to see if this is what you would like to do.


There are three areas to choose from this company: tech support, sales, and customer service. You have to pass a class, and earn a certificate in basic skills to become Arise Certified Professionals.
Click on the link to explore their other opportunities.

Alpine Access

Alpine Access has been in business since 1998, and is the biggest home-base employer. They believe in a happy relationship between their customers and employees. You are paid for on the job training, and the hours you work.
Check out the Frequently Asked Questions to learn more, and to see if this opportunity is right for you.

Working Solution

This company started in 1996, and offers many areas to choose from, such as data entry, call center work, processing orders, reservations, enrollments, customer service, sales, market research, and tech support.
You can find more answers on the Frequently Asked Question for information.

Speak Write

This company is currently accepting applications for legal typists. For general typists and other areas, you can submit your email address to keep on file when they are accepting applications again. SpeakWrite are for Canada and US typists only!



These topics are specifically related to the exposures present in any office-retail environment with high traffic and can also be applied to residential environments.

1. Refrain from openly displaying expensive equipment (such as laptops, hand held PDA’s, etc.) to the public. Ensure that these items are not easily accessible from your reception area or to any passerby.

2. Always place your valuables in the trunk of your car or in a locked drawer/closet as soon as you are done using them.

3. Avoid leaving shopping bags or gifts inside your space when you are not there or where a passersby can see them.

4. Be especially watchful for suspicious persons on the property. Be alert of individuals who follow you and/or watch you place items in your car. Report all suspicious activity to security or your local Police Department.

5. Always lock your doors every time you leave.

6. Never leave your wallet in a jacket pocket, especially when it is on the back of a chair or a door.

7. Be aware of securing checkbooks, as these items are prime theft targets. When accounting for your checkbook, make sure all checks are accounted for in sequence. Often times, it is the checks from the middle or the back of the checkbook that are taken so the victim will not acknowledge it until some time later.

8. Avoid keeping large amounts of cash in your home or office.

9. Question visitors who wander through the site. Ask them,“May I help you?” Legitimate guests will appreciate the offer of assistance and would-be solicitors or thieves will be detoured.

10. Pay particular attention to securing or keeping closed the emergency stairwell doors at all times. Report to security immediately if the stairwell door was modified to be left opened or unlocked or if there are any visible signs of forced entry.


Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Simple Studying Tips.What is Effective Studying?

Of course, there are some other techniques that will help you be more effective and efficient a learner. Some basic recommendations for studying include:

1. Spend time figuring out what kind of learner you may be. There are many wonderful sites online that have learning style inventories, tests, and rubrics. Think deeply about the implications of learning styles and how the way you learn influences your performance in school.

2. Controlling and minimizing other distractions (this includes, TV, radio, and friends).

3. Explore what questions, issues, or problems drive you to learn about a particular subject. Good learning happens if you are driven by questions, by the seeking of answers that you need to have, not the other way around.

4. Setting up your study area in a corner in which you feel comfortable and that you think inspires you or gets your creative energies flowing. This “study space” can be your room, the University library, or the public library, but find a space relatively free from distractions where you can focus on the task at hand.

5. Not going on marathon study sessions in an attempt to "get it all in" in one day. That will only tire you mentally and will decrease understanding and retention of the material.

6. Organizing and prioritizing your study time. If you need to devote more time to math, then plan to study math first, and for a longer amount of time. If you think that doing math first tires you out too much for history, then consider studying history first.

7. Incorporating breaks during your study time. You need to stay rested, relaxed, and well hydrated to keep a clear mind.




Clutch Tips Driving Habits That Can Ruin A Clutch.

1) Short stop and go driving.

The longer you drive at high throttle the better off it is for the clutch because it gives the clutch a chance to cool off before the next engagement. When the clutch is fully engaged there's no wear going on.

2) Driving with the foot on the brake.

This is a problem with new drivers that are unsure of themselves. The driver must first be able to build up his or her confidence on driving before putting obstacles in their path.

3) Weight.

A centrifugal clutch is designed to be able to move a certain amount of weight. Once the weight limit is exceeded, then the life of the clutch will be shortened.

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The 10 Most Important Things You Can Do To Avoid Getting SCAMMED!

10. Use common sense.
This seems obvious, but people don’t always do it. If it seems too good to be true, it probably is. And if you have a gut feeling that something isn’t legitimate, you’re probably right.

9. Always pay by credit card rather than by check or money order.
This is perhaps the most counter-intuitive advice on the list. Here’s why: If you use your credit card to make a purchase and you encounter a problem — and the company won’t fix it — you can notify (in writing) the bank that issues your credit card that you are disputing the charge, and you don’t have to pay the charge while your dispute is being investigated.

8. Take safety precautions.
Be especially careful with passwords. For example, select passwords that are not words contained in any dictionary. Instead, use a combination of letters and numbers. Don’t give yourpasswords to anyone. Also, don’t write all your passwords down where a snoop,
invited or not, can easily find them. Be careful about private information you give out on the Net (don’t publicly state when you’ll be on vacation so burglars know the ideal time to rob your

7. Be skeptical.
For example, many companies that promote bulk email will tell you that sending out bulk email is the road to riches. It isn’t. And, if that stock really was such a good deal, why is this person sending you — and millions of other people — this “secret” tip? When you’re shopping online, always check out the company.

6. Never send an email to anyone
that says: “Send this to all your friends.” It is almost certainly a hoax. We’ve never seen a
legitimate email that includes this language. (There must be, but we’ve never seen one.)

5. Be very careful at online auction sites.
If you want to buy something at an online auction, always check the references of the seller, and only buy from sellers who have good references. Almost all good auction sites have buyer and seller rating systems. If the item is more expensive than an amount you could comfortably lose, consider using an online escrow service.

4. Protect your personal information and your privacy.
Identity theft is extremely serious, and it’s affecting more and more people.

3. Subscribe to FREE electronic newsletter, Internet ScamBusters!
Although many scams can be avoided simply by using your common sense, there are other scams that you simply won’t know about unless someone clues you in first

2. Be careful, but don’t be paranoid.
After all, most businesses on the Web are legitimate. Shopping online can provide tremendous advantages — including the safety of not venturing out to shop! — so don’t throw the baby out with the bath water. Use good judgment, be careful, follow the advice in this ebook, and you probably won’t have any problems.

1. NEVER purchase from a bulk unsolicited
email (called “spam”) you receive. At least 95% of these emails are scams. So, if you
avoid ever responding to spam, you’ve done the single most important thing you can do to avoid getting taken.

As we always say:
“If it’s spam, it’s a scam.”

Monday, February 23, 2009


1. Oil, antifreeze and contaminants from car exhaust will kill fish when washed off roads into storm drains and streams. Fix oil and transmission leaks. Place a drip trayunder the car. Never dispose of used oils and antifreeze into gutters or storm drains, all of which empty into streams. Recycle used oil and antifreeze.

2. Wash cars with a minimum of detergent. Where possible, wash on gravel or lawns toavoid runoff entering storm drains. Never dump leftover detergents or cleaning compounds into gutters or storm drains.

3. Sweep your walks and driveways. Hosing washes litter and pollutants into storm drainsand streams.

4. Avoid paying your lot. Consider using porous asphalts, paving stones or bricks tolet water seep through driveways and walks.

5. During construction projects, keep wet concrete from storm drains and streams.It is very toxic to fish and other wildlife.

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