LAN & WAN – Does a Letter Really Change the Meaning of the Word?

Of course! Particularly when that one letter is a part of an acronym. As with the topic at hand, the difference between LAN and WAN lies deeper than the obvious spelling and phonetic. In many respects, there exist no single distinction between local area network (LAN) and wide area network (WAN). But there are, in… Continue reading LAN & WAN – Does a Letter Really Change the Meaning of the Word?

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How to Setup and Use Wake-On-LAN across a Company Network?

What can be more frustrating for a network administrator than inability to access a computer when needed? You planned to run tests or install latest updates on the desktop of that guy from the marketing team, who’s sent you three reminders today regarding the problems with his computer, but then he turned it off before… Continue reading How to Setup and Use Wake-On-LAN across a Company Network?

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How To Get $1.50 Per Gallon Price Back, Save Us Economy And Solve Other Problems

One and a half hours is my usual commute time to my current work place. It takes forty-five miles to get there. During winter storm it takes much, much longer… I certainly have enough time to listen to the Boston Public Radio (WBUR station), and my thoughts usually start with “WHY are we all sitting… Continue reading How To Get $1.50 Per Gallon Price Back, Save Us Economy And Solve Other Problems

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How To Get $1.50 Per Gallon Price Back, Save Us Economy And Solve Other Problems

One and a half hours is my usual commute time to my current work place. It takes forty-five miles to get there. During winter storm it takes much, much longer… I certainly have enough time to listen to the Boston Public Radio (WBUR station), and my thoughts usually start with “WHY are we all sitting… Continue reading How To Get $1.50 Per Gallon Price Back, Save Us Economy And Solve Other Problems

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There Are Two Kinds of People in the US – Those Who View Health As Static and Those Who Don’t

I believe Americans need a new way of thinking about health. Look where our current perspectives on the subject have gotten us – we are last among the world’s 17 most industrialized nations in all the key indicators of health. It’s hard to believe but true: we’re last in life expectancy; we have the highest… Continue reading There Are Two Kinds of People in the US – Those Who View Health As Static and Those Who Don’t

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Investment Politics – Jobs, The Economy and Social Security

Who wants to be a president; the President of the United States? Social Security reform is the winning ticket. Research supports the thesis that Social Security reform would provide all the lubrication necessary to get our economic ball bearings rolling in the right direction. Economies do not grow, or increase employment, when job providers are… Continue reading Investment Politics – Jobs, The Economy and Social Security

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The Recession, The Credit Crunch, The Global Economy and Your Personal Training Business

All it seems to be at the moment is how screwed the world is when it comes to money, you can’t turn on the news without it being in the headlines somewhere. And yes, by all accounts it’s true. People aren’t spending what they used to, people are losing their jobs, some their homes and… Continue reading The Recession, The Credit Crunch, The Global Economy and Your Personal Training Business

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Tire Pressure, Lawyer Litigation and Politics – What About Reality, Fuel Savings and Vehicle Safety

Do you remember when the Ford Explorer and Firestone Tire issue rocked the automotive world? It was a huge show down between class action lawyers and the industry, with the government regulators close in tow. Billions of dollars in future company revenues were lost, brand names torched and the lawsuit ended with a huge settlement.… Continue reading Tire Pressure, Lawyer Litigation and Politics – What About Reality, Fuel Savings and Vehicle Safety

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Tire Pressure, Lawyer Litigation and Politics – What About Reality, Fuel Savings and Vehicle Safety

Do you remember when the Ford Explorer and Firestone Tire issue rocked the automotive world? It was a huge show down between class action lawyers and the industry, with the government regulators close in tow. Billions of dollars in future company revenues were lost, brand names torched and the lawsuit ended with a huge settlement.… Continue reading Tire Pressure, Lawyer Litigation and Politics – What About Reality, Fuel Savings and Vehicle Safety

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2008 – Russia’s Legal and Political Climate

The Russian Federation has their capital located in Moscow, one of the world’s most corrupt cities. Although the chief of state is President Dimitri Mendeleev, many people believe that the real power lies with former president and head of government Premier Vladimir Putin. Presidential elections are held every four years and there is no VP.… Continue reading 2008 – Russia’s Legal and Political Climate

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