Silent Beacon: A Great Way to Better Protect Your Personal Safety

July 22nd, 2014 by Tanbir No comments »

sb1Despite the sustained efforts of the federal and local authorities, the crime rate in the United States is not showing any signs of lowering. According to the data on crime, a crime happens every 26 seconds in the territory of the United States. This information can only be a worrying one, and whilst we cannot live our lives thinking that there is danger overshadowing our every step, we can take some measure in order to assure that our safety is not put under threat.

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Affiliate Networks: Why Get Offers Direct Is A Game Changer

July 22nd, 2014 by Tanbir No comments »

godIf you have been thinking that you need a change in your career, perhaps joining an affiliate network might be the first step in this direction. If this is the first time you are hearing of affiliate networks, then you are in need of a crash course in order to find out what does this marketing strategy presupposes and how you could get started.

To define affiliate networks as simply as possible, we would say that these are networks that act as an intermediary between the affiliates and the companies that are in need of having their products promoted. One of the best affiliate networks is Get Offers Direct, so using it as an example will be able to show us how a good affiliate network works.

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How Technology Is Changing Classrooms In Australia

July 20th, 2014 by Tanbir No comments »

classroom-australiaAustralia is no longer sitting in the “dark ages” of chalked-up chalk boards and transparency projectors. Instead, they are upgrading to digital reporting systems, interactive dry erase boards and even distributing tablets to their students for work assignments.

None of this would be possible were it not for the 2.2 billion dollars that has been pushed into the education system through the Digital Education Revolution Initiative. Since the rollout, more than 10,000 schools in Australia are now equipped with the MySchool software system allowing teachers, parents and students to better access their grades, assignments and even handle communication through emails and/or messaging.

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Top Tools for Recovering Deleted Files

July 18th, 2014 by Tanbir No comments »

harddisk-openedAll of us have faced problems related to the deletion of important data. This situation usually arises when you accidentally delete a file that you might need later on, or when your camera’s SD card gets wiped out, etc.

When you delete a file from your hard-disk, it goes straight to the Recycle Bin. If you clear your Recycle Bin, then Windows tells you that the file is permanently deleted. What Windows actually does is give you the illusion that it has deleted the file completely, when in fact, it has only deleted the address path of the file.

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Is Ashton Kutcher behind Wibbalz?

July 18th, 2014 by Tanbir No comments »

asthonCould Wibbalz be Asthon’s answer for his epic fail with Twitter?

As we all know, it was once said that Asthon Kutcher claimed that he created Twitter.  Although we all know this not to be true, no one can take the fact that Asthon was the first person to attract 1 million followers on the popular social network site Twitter.  In the resent years Asthon’s relationship with the service has diminished in recent years, as was stated on theverge.com.  According to CNBC Kutcher said, “Twitter’s experience has changed for me, pretty drastically.”

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The Sheer Joy of Self-Publishing Your First Book

July 14th, 2014 by Tanbir No comments »

self-publishingYou may be a starter writer that wants to share with the world his first manuscript. You are not sure about how the editors will receive this and the thought of going to the publishing houses really scare you off. Most aspiring authors will never finish their first book, so you are one of the lucky few. Now, the next normal step is to try and publish it. This whole task can prove to be even more difficult than writing a book.

There is a lot of competition and the veteran writers are hard to surpass. In case, you are a new writer, there are slim chances to get the attention of the publishers. Hiring an agent might be the right path, but also most agents will not work with new authors like you. The best solution for you seems to be the self-publishing path.

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