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Where You’re Not Likely to Get Cell Service Because of Sandy

Dec 25 2013 Published by under General Interest

Where You're Not Likely to Get Cell Service Because of SandyIt's hard to tell exactly where the cell phone outages are happening without exact information from the wireless companies, but because of the way cell phone technology works, we know that the densest areas with the most power outages and the worst weather damage—i.e., downtown Manhattan—are where cell service is hurting the most. Here's what we know: The Federal Communications Commission said Sandy knocked out 25 percent of all cell sites. …


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    Originally posted 2012-11-02 02:03:11. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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    Missing N.H. vacationer found 2 weeks later in N.C.

    Dec 25 2013 Published by under General Interest

    Hugh Armstrong says he hitchhiked and walked 1,000 miles south from New Hampshire without knowing who he was. Then he heard his granddaughter’s name in a McDonald’s in Asheville and started to fill in a few blanks.

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      Originally posted 2012-08-12 16:48:54. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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      Job growth seen stepping up in May

      Dec 25 2013 Published by under General Interest

      Job seekers fill out applications during 11th annual Skid Row Career Fair the Los Angeles Mission in Los AngelesJobs growth probably snapped back in May from weather-related distortions that had slowed hiring, suggesting the economy was still expanding moderately despite strong headwinds from Europe.


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        Originally posted 2012-06-01 21:48:35. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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        How Affiliate Marketing Works

        Dec 25 2013 Published by under Interests

        Rae Hoffman-Dolan, an affiliate, as well as Internet Marketing and SEO consultant, has created a helpful infographic that explains how af filiate marketing works.

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        Originally posted 2011-05-17 16:14:48. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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        Unmanned ‘Snoopy Sloop’ seeks to cross Atlantic Ocean, break record

        Dec 25 2013 Published by under General Interest

        It’s no longer unusual to hear of ships crossing the Atlantic Ocean. It almost seems routine, but it’s still not easy. A British man, seeking to prove it can be done by an unmanned ship, hopes to break a record with his unmanned vessel, Snoopy Sloop. Robin Lovelock, a former scientist for NATO, wants to […]

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          Originally posted 2012-11-27 10:37:14. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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          Chinese activist calls situation ‘dangerous’

          Dec 25 2013 Published by under General Interest

          Chinese police officers watch over journalists outside the hospital where blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng is recuperating in Beijing, China, Thursday, May 3, 2012. U.S. officials said Thursday they are still trying to help Chen who says he fears for his family's safety, and denied he was pressured to leave the American Embassy to resettle inside China.(AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)A blind Chinese activist at the center of a diplomatic standoff between the United States and China said Friday his situation is “dangerous,” and that American officials have been blocked from seeing him for two days and friends who have tried to visit have been beaten up.


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            Originally posted 2012-05-04 13:37:24. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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            Early voting extended at Florida site hit with bomb scare

            Dec 25 2013 Published by under General Interest

            Florida Governor Scott speaks during an interview in New YorkMIAMI (Reuters) – Early voting was extended on Sunday at a central Florida polling site that was disrupted a day earlier by a bomb scare, and voters were allowed to cast absentee ballots in person in several other counties that had been plagued by long lines. Saturday was the last day for early voting in Florida, where polls showed Democratic President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney running neck-and-neck. But Orange County Elections Supervisor Bill Cowles reopened the polls at one site, a library in the Orlando suburb of Winter Park, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. …


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              Originally posted 2012-11-05 08:35:40. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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              Packing power, Taiwan’s Mediatek sees leap in cheaper chips

              Dec 25 2013 Published by under General Interest

              TAIPEI (Reuters) – Taiwan’s biggest chip designer, Mediatek , sees high double-digit growth in its shipments of smartphone chips this quarter, and is looking to benefit further from booming demand for lower-priced phones as it packs more brainpower into cheaper chips. The company designs chips that control the functions of smartphones and other gadgets, and is the dominant force at the low end of the smartphone market, where its products power phones costing from $60 to $700. Late last month, Mediatek, which has a market value of around $10. …

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                Originally posted 2012-07-11 02:07:50. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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                It’s Official: Apple’s Ready to Talk iPhones on Oct. 4 (The Atlantic Wire)

                Dec 25 2013 Published by under General Interest

                The Atlantic Wire – Jealously-guarded invitations for the fall’s biggest tech event are out today. In an understated request, Apple says “Let’s talk iPhone” for an event slated for Tuesday, October 4 at 10 a.m. PT. The Cupertino tech giant will unveil the iPhone 5 and the iPhone 4 S. As expected, Apple’s new CEO Tim Cook will unveil the new phone.

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                  Originally posted 2011-09-28 08:07:59. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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                  Senator calls for independent Secret Service probe

                  Dec 25 2013 Published by under General Interest

                  In this photo taken April 25, 2012, Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa is seen on Capitol Hill in Washington. House Republicans determined to show women voters that they have their interests at heart on Wednesday announced plans to renew the Violence Against Women Act, the federal government's main domestic violence program. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)A veteran Republican lawmaker says it’s time for an inspector general’s investigation to find how widespread the problems at the Secret Service are.


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                    Originally posted 2012-04-28 00:30:41. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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