Tuesday, December 9, 2008

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Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2008

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Today's top stories...

Bad economy helps scammers
Savvy Web users can spot money-laundering scams. But the recession is causing more people to get involved. Avoid these scams! I have legitimate work-from-home opportunities.

MySpace, Google battle Facebook
MySpace and Google are making their log-in systems compatible. They hope that more sites will adopt the systems. They make it easier for people to log in to sites. Members can also socialize on different sites.

Microsoft bets on the cloud
Microsoft will launch online versions of its software. There will be a variety of subscription models, some of which are free. Cloud computing lessens the cost of computer equipment and maintenance.

Economy is hurting young graduates
Young graduates are struggling to find tech jobs. Employers are placing more value on experience. They’re also shuffling workers to avoid hiring. My column will help you use job sites more effectively.

ClerkDogs to launch today
Automated movie recommendation systems are quite good. But ClerkDogs hopes it has devised an even better one. It uses the insights of video store clerks to refine results.

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Video of the Day: If you have any interest in carpentry, you have a table saw. This cool safety device will help you keep your fingers.

Cool Site of the Day: Who's afraid of Santa Claus? Apparently a lot of kids. This site features some hilarious scary-Santa photos.

Digital Minute, on your radio: Confused by all the different camera specifications? You're not alone. Find out which specs really matter.

Free Download of the Day: Got questions? For directions, trivia and business listings, your cell phone can deliver the answers.

Tip on the site: Photographing children isn't always easy. I have some tips that can help. They'll make photos of your kids really shine.

There's more below, but first a word from us...

Jumbo Universal Remote

Easy to use & hard to lose! The Jumbo Universal Remote can manage up to 8 separate devices (TV, VCR, DVD, Satellite, Cable, etc.). This is a great gift for those that have a hard time seeing the tiny buttons on a regular remote. Best of all, it doesn't fall between the cracks of the couch! BUY NOW

Other Items of Interest
Chargepod: Charging System
Cool Illuminated Keyboard

Buying guide: inexpensive laptops
You don’t need to spend thousands on a high-end laptop. These days, you’ll find quality laptops for less than $800. My buying guide will help you find the perfect inexpensive laptop!

Backing up is cheaper than data recovery services
We all know that backing up our data is important. Yet, most of us skip regular backups. Need some incentive to get the backup religion? My tip gives you the lowdown on data recovery services.

See you tomorrow!
Kim :)

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