Pursuing Successful Women

Credit: iStockphoto.com Success is clearly intimidating; why it’s intimidating is much less clear. Whatever your definition of success is, chances are at some point you’ve been interested in a woman who’s higher up on your ladder of choice than you are. If successful women don’t intimidate you, congratulations: You belong to the 21st century. But […]




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Basic Internet security tips for all

Today most of our work and businesses are carried on over the Internet. Due to this reason it becomes increasingly important for us, to ensure that these transactions take place in the most secure way possible and our information remain secure. For this purpose we have to strictly follow some of the cardinal but indispensible […]




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Sen. Corker to Obama: Senate Needs ‘Full Briefing’ on NSA Surveillance

  Sen. Bob Corker (R.-Tenn.) (CNSNews.com) – Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.), ranking member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, is calling on President Obama to provide senators with a “full briefing” on the National Security Administration’s (NSA) domestic surveillance activities. “Members of Congress regularly read new revelations on the front pages of various newspapers,” Corker wrote […]




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Emerging market rout eases as data lifts growth hopes

By Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) – The rout in emerging markets eased on Friday and world shares headed for a second day of gains, as data suggesting the global economy is improving took the edge off concerns about the impact of a cut in U.S. monetary stimulus. Europe’s main stock markets (.FTEU3) started little changed […]




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Get a refurbished Kindle Fire HD 8.9 for $179

(Credit: Amazon) At this point in the game I’m guessing that everybody who wants a tablet already has a tablet. So why keep posting tablet deals? Because maybe you’re ready to ditch your first-gen model for something newer. Or you’ve decided to trade up from a 7-inch screen to something larger. Heck, maybe you’ve decided […]




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Ultra-Early Treatment Reduces Disability After Stroke: Study

Early Treatment May Reduce Disability After Stroke By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, Aug. 22 (HealthDay News) — People suffering mild to moderate ischemic strokes who get immediate medical treatment can greatly reduce their odds of disability, a new study suggests. An ischemic stroke occurs when a clot blocks blood flow to the brain. According […]




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Obama Unveils Plan to Make College More Affordable

By Jeff Mason and Elvina Nawaguna WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama on Thursday proposed a new plan to tackle soaring higher education costs with a system that would rate colleges and universities based on their value for the money students spend and tie those ratings to disbursement of federal student aid. The president, who […]




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Create Web sites on your iPhone or iPad for free

Jimdo for iOS makes it a breeze to build and update a Web site. (Credit: Screenshot by Rick Broida/CNET) Got an idea for a new blog or business? Are you a realtor who wants to share a new listing pronto? Need to promote a new smoothie collection? Usually the first step is staking your claim […]




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Colorado Announces Health Insurance Rates

Aug. 22, 2013 — Colorado has announced the rates for health insurance for individuals and small businesses through the state’s new Marketplace, Connect for Health Colorado. The premiums vary widely because plans have different deductibles and out-of-pocket costs. For a 40-year-old nonsmoker who wants individual coverage, policies at the bronze level will range from $177 […]




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$5.7M NSF Grant For Card Games, Videos To Teach Public About Global Warming

  (National Science Foundation) (CNSNews.com) – A multi-million dollar project funded by the National Science Foundation is developing card games, videos and other educational programs “to engage adult learners and inform public understanding and response to climate change.” The $5.7 million Polar Learning and Responding (PoLAR) project is just the latest in a series of […]




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Fed Sends Few Clues on Timing of QE3 Reduction

By Jonathan Spicer and Steven C. Johnson NEW YORK (Reuters) – A few Federal Reserve officials thought last month it would soon be time to slow the pace of their bond buying “somewhat” but others counseled patience, according to meeting minutes that offered little hint on when the U.S. central bank might reduce its support […]




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