|Earliest: March 17, 2003||Latest: March 24, 2019||Total: 144|
|June 28, 2010|
Free tips for dentists:
|May 26, 2010|
Apple Inc. is now bigger than Microsoft, in terms of Market Cap:
|April 21, 2010|
ROWE (Results-Only Work Environment) is a human resource management strategy co-
|February 12, 2010|
I remember this quote from Bill Clinton on Electon night in 1992:
President-elect BILL CLINTON (Little Rock, AR 11/3/92): "My fellow Americans, with high hopes and brave hearts, in massive numbers, the American people have voted to make a new beginning."
Change will be coming back to Washington in 2010, very different than it did in 2009. Massachusetts started it with Scott Brown, other states will follow....
|November 17, 2009|
Something to think about:
304,059,724 people in the USA, if you got a $19.99 from only 1% you would have $60,781,534
|October 29, 2009|
Finally some good economic news:
The U.S. economy grew in the third quarter for the first time in a year, beating market expectations, as consumer spending and new home-building rebounded, signaling the end of the worst recession in 70 years.
|October 29, 2009|
Google is a great tool and there's alot of fun things people can learn from doing simple searches. For example, have you ever wanted to know how many News Stories go out with some misspelling? You'll be surprise. Check out these two Google links for fun.
These are links to a Google News search for two common misspelled words and displays all the news stories in the past 24 hours with the misspelling.
|August 27, 2009|
CNN reported the following headline this morning:
Ok, so there were 700,000 people that got cash for there clunker, and there was $3 billion budget. Simple math shows that the average payout per car owner was $4,285.71. This suggests that a lot of consumers qualified for the higher payout. I am a little surprise by this since I thought that the formula was set up to the lower payout option.
There are currently 304,059,724 people living in the United States today. This means that roughly 4% of the population got the benefit of using cash for clunkers.
|August 18, 2009|
At the MGH West Parc Office Building Garage in Waltham Massachusetts they did something very creative. To help people park center of their space, they extended the lines to the walls.
What a creative idea! The garage was a little challenging to drive around, but once I found a parking spot, I was able to easily center the car between the lines.
This simple idea probably have prevented many accidental dents when opening the car door because of not centering the car to the parking space.
|July 28, 2009|
Here's the official website to check to see if your car qualifies for the Cash for Clunker program. Remember the car has to have a combined fuel economy of 18 mpg or less according to current EPA ratings.
Gas Mileage, safety, air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions for new and used cars and trucks.
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