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ID Theft (InfoGraphics)

by on November 18, 2010






Source: CreditRepair.org

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How to Detect Lying

by on November 10, 2010






Though the indicators are not foolproof, yet in most of the cases body language and facial expressions tend to be good indicators to detect when a person is lying. These indicators help you know if something is wrong and warn you to be alert. The postures, movements and facials expressions often show some signs of […]

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How to Be a Confident Speaker

by on October 10, 2010






Speech has its own significance of being the most effective mode of human communication and for spreading awareness. A confident orator plays an important role in the society, as a person who has an excellent capacity to educate the community. Self-confidence is a paramount important characteristic of the speaker and it facilitates in conveying the […]

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Well people often approach banks for loans due to some house loan or car loans or business loans, but recently we found out few desperate lads approaching bank for funny business loans. Approaching a bank for a Plastic Surgery loan or paying a credit card debt are some of the examples. People nowadays have become […]

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How to Apply for a Patent?

by on September 28, 2010






Your invention is a unique personal asset of your creativity and you may need to ensure its protection by obtaining a patent under the intellectual property law. However, it is not an easy task to grant a patent from the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) as it contains a complex applying process. Therefore, the […]

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Myths and Realities on Online Travel

by on September 24, 2010






As the range of choices expanded during the recent decade, the users found in the internet the chief refuge for undertaking several everyday operations that used to require them to be physically present, leaving them with loads of time at hand. One field, where these operations shined evidently, is the travel services. Booking a plane […]

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Why You Should Avoid Student Loans

by on September 21, 2010






It’s a known fact that education is an expensive business, as the total percentage of the student loan debits makes for a major portion of the total credit and it is evident from the analysis of the bank records. Student loans always seem as a reckless expenditure on education, which can be controlled by a […]

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When is the Best Time to Buy a Car?

by on September 18, 2010






Buying a car is an extensive deal for which many crucial factors such as value of the car, taxes, inflation; leasing and financing facilities etc. need to be paid attention. All these factors allow you to decide the best time to buy a car. Though, you have sufficient amount of money to buy a car, […]

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When to Fire Your Lawyer

by on September 12, 2010






Your lawyer, whosoever it may be, is liable to act and do what’s best for you, as he too has to maintain his professional peer status. There are times when you feel that your first lawyer is failing to work for your best, or maybe is not willing to work at all. Though the chances […]

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Sometimes you may not know the reason that caused you to get pulled over by the police. It may be due to exceeding the speed limit, driving under the influence of alcohol, disregarding the traffic rules, taking a wrong turn or the police may need to check your license and the registration. In the USA, […]

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The screenshot of the top news section was taken on Friday, August 27, 2010 at 1:25 EST. The screenshot clearly shows how Digg has become merely a feed publisher of popular news websites and blogs.

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Highest Paying Career Fields

by on August 25, 2010






In today’s ever-changing environment, everyone strives to have the highest paying career in their lifetime. Since the time we are born, our parents want us to have the best possible qualifications in order to survive in this highly competitive world. Many parents coerce us into taking such streams in college, which eventually will fetch a […]

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Ways to Keep Your Ego in Check

by on August 6, 2010






This following saying depicts that self-assurance beyond a limit results in arrogance and this is relevant to anyone in a leadership position. No doubt, a leader should have strong conviction in his abilities. If he doesn’t believe in himself, no one else will be going to do that. A common person become a leader, with […]

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8 Most Outrageous Lawsuits

by on July 29, 2010






Living in a democratic country with an entrenched judicial system is no doubt an opportunity, to use the courts to attain justice. However, there is a major negative aspect that can make most of us shake our heads. Look at some of these odd cases and see how some folks just go to court about […]

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A dirty job denotes working with stuff that most people feel unpleasant, but you can make a decent amount of money doing that. A study says that jobs with hands-on, manual activities make people more contented than office jobs. The people indulge in these kinds of jobs have to be willing to get their hands […]

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Are you finding it hard to pay your way through college? If you wish to save money then the first thing you have to do is to manage it. There are both practical and creative ways by which you can save some money while you’re going to campus. Get yourself a free checking and savings […]

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Nick Vujicic was born on December 4, 1982 in Melbourne, Australia with very rare Tetra-amelia disorder, missing both arms and legs but with two small feets, one of which has two toes. Early life of Nick was a big struggle, as he was once prohibited by Victoria state law from attending the mainstream school because […]

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Apple would never have imagined that the year 2010 will bring such ups and downs for them; it’s been heck of a rollercoaster ride for them this year. Let’s have a look at their journey so far this year: Success of iPad After the announcement of Apple’s iPad back in January this year with a […]

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Whenever you plan to study abroad, you must be aware of both kind of personal and professional pay-offs. If you are really serious for studying abroad, leave out the thought of fun of pub-hopping in a foreign country. Due to increasing cost of higher education, students are finding ways to study abroad with minimum cost. […]

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Working with encouraging and motivating clients will make your freelance work easier and trouble free as excellence always inspires excellence. Great clients are the key to freelance happiness where as working with a horrible client can prove to be miserable. The problem starts when we tend to stick with a particular client who is difficult […]

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6 Ways to Spot a Scam

by on June 25, 2010






Ever received an email from the most humble human being on earth, saying he wants to transfer his million pounds to your bank account and will pay you some percent of that whooping amount? If you have, then don’t ever entertain such emails as they are known as the 401 fraud mails, if replied or […]

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Ever since I was a kid I wanted to be a scientist, and then came the different stages of my life with of course different kinds of professions too, by the time I reached my high school I was 100 percent sure that I’ll be a doctor but it faded away as soon as the […]

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