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NYS Unemployment

March 28th, 2010

Wow, one of the hottest searches on Google currently is “nys unemployment” and all manner of terms relating to it, such as “new york state unemployment” and “nys dept of labor”. Is there any sudden cause or is New York state’s big government approach and insulting attitude toward business owners finally scaring them from the [Read more…]

ChatRoulette.com – Check it out, if you dare!

March 28th, 2010

ChatRoulette screenshot Chatroulette or “Chat Roulette” is a website, supposedly developed by a 17 Russian boy, that randomly brings ups webcams of the other site visitors from anywhere in the world. It is interesting because it is so random and uncontrolled, and sometimes scary for the same reason. You might randomly meet someone from Chile, [Read more…]

Ohio Cash For Appliances Program

March 26th, 2010

Beginning Friday, March 26, 2010, Ohio residents can reserve and redeem a rebate for the purchase of the following ENERGY STAR® qualified appliances. Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis for the purchase of select, qualified ENERGY STAR® appliances at Ohio retail locations. New appliances must be purchased within 3 days of reserving your [Read more…]

Ohio Cash For Refrigerators Program

March 26th, 2010

Beginning Friday, March 26, 2010, Ohio residents can reserve and redeem a rebate for the purchase of the following ENERGY STAR® qualified appliances. Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis for the purchase of select, qualified ENERGY STAR® appliances at Ohio retail locations. New appliances must be purchased within 3 days of reserving your [Read more…]

Jellyfish and shrimp-like animal found under antarctic ice

March 16th, 2010
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Just when you think there are places on earth too hostile for any significant life forms, science surprises us again!

Solid State Drives

March 1st, 2010

Want to learn more about solid state drives (SSD’s)? These can plug into existing computers as if they were a conventional hard drive, but without the failure-prone mechanical movements of conventional hard drives. Solid state drives are faster and more resistant to failure, but they are more expensive. If it fits into your budget, get [Read more…]