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Are YOU ready to rake in YOUR share of revenue from this $300 BILLION cash-pile looking for a home? “Congratulations You’ve Just Discovered A New Affiliate Tool That Rakes In Easy Affiliate Commissions From The Biggest and Best Affiliate Program In The World!” [arial font #990000] This is Anthony Aires and Paul Nagel longtime internet marketers and we’ve been generating easy affiliate commissions from Amazon with this new tool we’ve developed. The Amazon Associates Affiliate Program is the BIGGEST and BEST affiliate program in the world. When you drive traffic to Amazon it converts into easy affiliate commissions. As you can see Amazon is the best at converting traffic into sales, and getting that traffic to buy related products, which means higher commissions for you. They have the best data, the best technology, and the best systems to insure they squeeze every nickel out of every customer that visits Amazon. So the secret is getting traffic over to Amazon, because you know they’re gonna do their best to get the sale. The problem for most Amazon affiliates is they have simple pages with a product description, a couple reviews, a picture of the product and a “Buy Now” button. This practically begs your visitors to the hit the back button and leave your site…for good! What if you could get almost 100% of your visitors not only to click through and go straight to Amazon…BUT they do it with their wallets out and their fingers ready to push the famous Amazon orange “Add To Cart” button? OF COURSE ... it would be awesome, because it would mean easy affiliate commissions for you. If you’ve tried to have success with Amazon I’ll bet this sounds familiar. 1. You spend a ton of time finding then buying the right domain. 2. You spend a ton of time creating unique painstaking content. 3. You spend a ton of time finding and building quality high PR back links to your site. And you finally get your site to rank on the first page for a product, and you finally see some daily visitors… But when you check your stats on Amazon, only a fraction clicked through and almost no one buys anything. Here’s another common problem. You’re getting visitors and “some” are clicking through but you have to keep reinventing the wheel to keep your site fresh and engaging. Your site has no “stickiness” to it and once they leave, they are gone forever. It’s like being on an endless hamster wheel trying to keep people coming to your site so you can make a dollar or two a month. Or even worse, you are getting visitors after spending a ton of effort, time, and money only to realize you’ll never in a million years recover what you’ve invested. It’s like you have a big red arrow pointing right at the BACK button screaming “no value here…leave now!”...

Prepare for Windows 7 in Three Phases - Computerworld

Prepare for Windows 7 in Three Phases Gartner RAS Core Research Note G00170151, Stephen Kleynhans, 1 October 2009, RA2 07182010 Many organizations are skipping Vista and looking forward to Windows 7. This research provides the necessary steps to prepare for Windows 7 and ensure a successful migration with adequate operating system (OS) support. • Preparation is essential for a successful migration. Most organizations will require 12 to 18 months to prepare for a Windows 7 migration. • Organizations that have tested or prepared for Vista and have good management systems and processes could complete the preparation process in 12 months. • Allocate sufficient time and resources to upfront activities to lower the costs during migration. • Although your planned migration may be more than a year away, don’t delay the initiation of the preparation process. • Form a project committee that includes members from each major business unit, as well as operational groups in the IT organization, to oversee the development of a project timeline that features high-level milestones and estimates required resources. • Establish a formal, comprehensive and workable testing methodology to ensure that issues are identified and categorized. • Plan on piloting for a minimum of three months. The shorter the pilot, the more problems will occur during the deployment. More-complex environments will undoubtedly cause additional issues that will need to be addressed and added to hardware inventory is even more essential. The inventory will also the plan. It’s important to get started early and regularly review help identify deviations from corporate standards, and should timelines and plans. identify where user data is being stored. For the most part, we assume that organizations have not made Along with basic configuration, age and model information, the any significant progress with Vista preparations and migrations. inventory should also include more-detailed data (for example, Organizations that have done some preparation for Vista should BIOS levels, memory and disk space), as well as installed find that most of their efforts are directly applicable to Windows 7, components (for example, adapter cards and chipsets). The so they will be able to reduce their overall timelines (see Figure 1). Windows 7 Hardware Assessment tool can help identify potential issues. For the most part, systems purchased since early 2007 1.0 Preparation and Education: Three Months (machines that were released after the introduction of Windows Organizations should establish a project committee and develop Vista) should have no problems running Windows 7, unless they an overall project timeline...

Networking Groups for Job and Career Search - North Carolina ...

NETWORKING GROUPS FOR JOB AND CAREER SEARCH JOBS NETWORK of St. Thomas More Catholic Church, Chapel Hill. Meets at 8:30 AM on 2nd and 4th Saturdays each month, usually in the Youth House. People get together, give a short elevator speech, exchange contacts, provide leads and offer suggestions. Guest presenters and workshops. Contact mikekomives@yahoo.com JOBS NETWORK of St. Thomas More now offers JOB SEEKERS PRODUCTIVITY SESSIONS from 7:00 to 8:30 PM on the last Monday of each month, in the Blessed Theresa Room [classroom 108] in the Parish Center. Participants report their progress on the number of meetings with key people – hiring managers, network contacts, and more, as well as track the time for each of these. TAFU [To Avoid Future Unemployment]. Meets at 7:30 AM on 1st and 3rd Thursdays each month, Carolina Bakery, 137 Weston Parkway in Cary. For professionals; have your elevator speech ready. Meetings begin promptly. Dress is business casual. Formal meetings usually about an hour, followed by general networking Colonial Baptist Church, Jobseekers Ministry, Tryon Road and Holly Springs Road in Cary. Meets 8:30 AM Mondays. Enter parking lot on Tryon Road driveway. Web link: www.colonial.org/jobseekers St. Raphael’s Catholic Church, Our Daily Bread Ministry, 5801 Falls of Neuse Road, Raleigh. Meets 7:30 PM Mondays, Room 109 [Building?]. Contact: Tim McGuiness, tsmcguiness@gmail.com Career Connections, Crossroads Fellowship, 2921 E Millbrook Road, Raleigh, NC 27616. Meets 8:00 AM Tuesdays, Room 767; use North entrance; Contact Karen Zinser, veezin@bellsouth.net. White Memorial Presbyterian Church, Career Transition Support Group, Pickard Hall, Room C301, 2nd floor,1704 Oberlin Road, Raleigh, meets Tuesdays, 9:00 –11:00 AM http://www.whitememorial.org/CongregationalCare_Services.html#CareerTransition St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church, Career Transition Ministry. 804 High House Road, Cary. Meets at 7:30 AM Fridays in building next door. Informal structure; recruiters, business professionals provide suggestions. www.stmichaelcary.org/ministry/careertransitions/ministry.shtml. First Baptist Church of Elon, CareerNet. 621 East Haggard Avenue, Elon. Meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 8:30 AM in Fellowship Hall. Contact Mark Mofield, Pastor, pastor@fbcelon.org. Web site: http://fbc-elon.org/careernet St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, CareerNet. 7506 Falls of Neuse Road, Raleigh. Meets Wednesdays 7:30 – 9:00 AM, Fellowship Hall. Provides Christian based support, encouragement, and networking opportunities. Visit Web site: http://sapc.ryark.com St. Francis of Assisi, Job Connections Ministry, Leesville Road in North Raleigh, 8:30 AM Wednesdays...

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Interchange Activities 2012 Draft - Jan 18.cdr

Awareness Understanding Acceptance Participation Our formal education cannot be confined to facts and figures - it must extend to values. And, importantly, that we value the contribution that each of us can make, if allowed to live out our full potential. Simon McKeon Interchange Victoria Patron Interchange Activities is an initiative of Interchange Victoria to create greater awareness about disability and promote more inclusive communities. Interchange Victoria supports its member programs to provide family support and social opportunities for children and young people with a disability. To be part of a community that shares the responsibility for the wellbeing of all, celebrates and promotes difference and strives for inclusiveness. We want a community where all are treated with dignity and respect and have the opportunity to access and participate in activities of their own choice. Interchange supports and enhances all its members to deliver effective, high quality respite and related services to families of people with a disability. Integrity - We are open, honest and accountable in all our practices. Social Justice - We contribute to and work with the broader community to bring about positive changes for individuals and society. We recognise that a fair community means that all people have the right to opportunity and justice and can participate fully in their communities. Quality - We create the environment for the Board, Staff, Volunteers and Partners to excel in the provision of services with standards and systems that support and build on strengths of Interchange. Positive work environment - We value and promote a positive and safe work environment that supports diversity and values individual abilities and contribution. Sustainability - We will aim to maximize our enterprise opportunities and undertake responsible financial management. Until the concept of disability disappears and is replaced by a society that is structured to support everyone’s life relatedness and contribution until that day my life and opportunities and lives of every other person who carries the label ‘disabled’ depends on the goodwill of people in the human service system. Goodwill is no substitute for freedom. Shut Out: The Experience of People with Disabilities and their Families in Australia, 2009 About Interchange Activities Who can do Interchange Activities How best to run Interchange Activities Pre and Post Assessment Hearing Impairment Vision Impairment Intellectual Disability Physical Disability Autism Spectrum Disorders People with a disability want to live in a society where they are treated with respect, dignity and importantly with equality, and not as ‘poor things’ nor merely as recipients of services. Additionally they do not want to be segregated as ‘people with disabilities’. Shut Out: Many of us take for granted the things we are able to do. However everyday activities like catching public transport, working, learning a new skill or going to a local café may be challenging for a person with a disability not so much because of their disability, but because of the attitudes and barriers that make access and inclusion difficult. Most disabilities are acquired and so a disability may touch us or someone we care about at any time. Having an understanding of what disability might mean and appreciating the contribution people with a disability make to the community helps all of us to accept and appreciate diversity and adapt to change if and when it happens...

University of Delaware Disaster Research Center PRELIMINARY ...

University of Delaware Disaster Research Center PRELIMINARY PAPER DRAFT OF A SOCIOLOGICAL DISASTER RESEARCH AGENDA FOR THE FUTURE: THEORETICAL, METHODOLOGICAL AND EMPIRICAL ISSUES E. L. Quarantelli * An oral version of this paper was presented at the World Congress of Sociology in Germany in 1994. W e put together this version to meet the many requests for a written version of the oral remarks. It is not hlly referenced and is thus an unfinished paper, and should be treated as such. Systematic and extensive social science disaster research has been going o n for nearly five decades now. M u c h worthwhile work has been done. A very large number of empirical generalizations have been produced. Yet, I am troubled. In m y view, the field more and more, i producing less and less, ofwhat might be characterized as maior advances in n e w knowledge and understanding of disaster related phenomena. Certainly one would be hard pressed to point to the production of theories, models, explanatory schemes and/or master hypotheses about the phenomena that are notably different f o what have been around for some time. In fact and worst, both relatively and absolutely, littIe of the literature advances sxgk5.ttheories, models, explanatory schemes andor master hypotheses of any kind. A partially completed informal content analysis ofjournals that publish disaster research articles i the social sciences support this contention. W e think this is because present day studies, as a whole, are not that m u c h different from those undertaken these last forty five years. Ifso,what does that suggest? To us, a clear implication i that there i a great need to ask n e w and different research questions. W e need a radical shaking up of h o w w e ought t go about studying the social aspects of disasters. As has been said generally, major scientific advances require major rethinking, not just more studies. W e must think through what w e should do that i different in fundamental ways from what w e are doing. Now this paper only makes a few suggestions on issues that w e should address to get the field out of its current intellectual rut. In no way i a completely n e w research agenda for the future presented. However, w e do present examples of theoretical, methodological and empirical issues that i dealt with, would force research to be different in major ways than it is being presently conducted. W e make no claim that absolutely no one i doing any of the things w e suggest--thereare scholars here and there generally addressing some matters that w e discuss in this paper. In fact, some earlier presentations at this meeting of the Research Cimmittee on Disasters are in m y view going in the right direction, although I wl forego a this time any invidious indication of w h o the "right thinkers" are. However, the field as a whole i not going in the direction w e think would be most profitable for it. Our Intended Audience W e are not writing for everyone. There are two ways in which this paper is adirected at everyone interested in the disaster area. For one, our intended audience is primarily researchers. As I have written extensively elsewhere the goals and procedures of researchers and research users (i.e., practitioners) are distinctively different (Quarantelli, 1993b. Actually, a failure to understand this i currently subverting the basic research i the area. It i not that applied questions are meaningless. They are not. However, asking and even answering them can do very little to advance basic knowledge and understanding per se of disaster phenomena (for an example of very good observations by an operational official,see the appendices in Roberts, 1994). Practical concerns have never been the primary engines for scientific advances i any area"). So w h y should disaster studies be different? There i a need for good social engineering, but let us not conhse it with social science.In m y widely ignored Presidential address (1987) to the Research Committee o n Disasters at the VGorid Congress eighr years ago, i paraphrasing Eenjamin Franiciin, said w e needed more astronomers--or to change the metaphor--sociological researchers to study the skies, the stars, the galaxies and the universes of disasters, rather than more carpenters helping to build better lifeboats for floods, better buildings for earthquakes, or better shelters for radiation fallouts...

Housing Information 2011 - Washington, DC - Howard University ...

Howard University School of Law Class of 2014 HOUSING INFORMATION AND LIST∗ The D.C. metropolitan area offers all types of housing opportunities for students, whether you are looking to live in an upbeat urban area, or would prefer a more peaceful suburban atmosphere - you can find it here. However, housing in D.C. is more expensive than in most U.S. cities. Therefore, you must be proactive when it comes to locating affordable housing. Know that living alone can be very expensive and sharing living expenses with other people can help to keep your expenses lower. Finding housing in an area that is new to you can seem somewhat overwhelming. Rest assured that, with some planning and patience, you will find a place to live. We hope this information will be helpful as you begin your search. When searching for housing, consider all the expenses you will incur. These include, but are not limited to: security deposit, application fees, rent, parking, utilities and their connection fees, phone service, and transportation costs to and from the law school. Housing Types There are various types of housing options in the Washington, D.C. area for you to consider: • Apartments (Individual or Shared) • Apartment in a house. • Room in a shared group house. • Renting an entire house. The attached list is not comprehensive. You can access information about other housing opportunities with the use of local newspapers, other publications (i.e. Apartment Finder book), and internet services. Howard University School of Law Class of 2014 Questions to Ask Yourself before Renting General • What kind of rental do I want? • Do I want to live alone or with roommates? • Do I need long-term or short-term housing? • What amenities am I looking for (air-conditioning, washer/dryer)? • Am I willing to share a bathroom and/or bedroom with someone? Financial • How much rent can I honestly afford? 1 • Is the unit already furnished or will I need to buy furniture? • Is parking available? Is there an additional fee or permit required? • How much time and money am I willing to spend commuting? • Are utilities included in the rental price? Will I need my own phone line? Transportation • How close to campus would I like to be? • Is proximity to a grocery store, bank, post office, etc. a priority? • How close (and on what color line) is the nearest metro rail station or bus stop?2 • Does the bus and metro schedule work with my schedule? • Is there traffic during my commuting times? Landlord/Management • Does the landlord have references from past tenants that I may check? • Will we have a formal lease agreement? Consider writing necessary repairs into the lease. • Do I have special needs of which the landlord is aware? (Physically disabled, English as a second language, unfamiliar with the metropolitan area). Safety Have I inspected the unit thoroughly? What about fire safety? (A smoke detector is required by law). Consider purchasing renter’s insurance to protect your belongings. Will I feel safer with locks on my windows and doors? Will the landlord allow this? Keep in mind that the Cost of Attendance budget is calculated for 9 months...

A guide to interning in Washington D.C. - Northwestern University

northwestern.edu/careers Interning in our nation’s fair capitol is one of the best experiences that we’ve ever had, and we’re sure you’ll enjoy it too. In this guide you’ll find everything from the best places for hanging out to how to look your best at work. We’ve done all the ground work so you can make the most of your time here. The five of us are part of Northwestern University’s Summer Internship Grant Program (SIGP) in the summer of 2012. This guide is our culminating project. We hope you’ll enjoy reading it as much as we enjoyed writing it. Sincerely,. Now that you know you want to intern in D.C., your next question is where? We’ve provided a list of places below, which are by no means comprehensive. Note that some jobs may require security clearances, so the general recruiting timeline is earlier than you might expect. Be on the lookout for dates throughout the year to make sure you don’t miss them! Tip: sign up for internship alerts from the site, so the entity will contact you when there is a new opening. There is probably nothing more terrifying and exciting than a first day at an internship. After all, there will be new co-workers, a new environment, fantastic work experience, the opportunity of a lifetime… but the inner excitement is always punctuated with a, “Oh no. What am I going to wear?” For the everyday intern, there is probably nothing vaguer than the “business casual” dress code. Here in Washington, D.C., it seems like almost every office wants you to be “business casual.” But what does that even mean? Is it the same as business informal? Does it mean dark, sleek denim and a nice, conservative top? Is sleeveless appropriate? What is the brightest color palette you can use without breaking the unofficial rules? Is that new seersucker Brooks Brothers suit just… too much? After all, there are mantras to live by, ranging from “dress to impress” to “dress for the job you want, not the job you have.” But how do you know how to dress before going to your office the first day? Don’t even get started on the difference between summer, autumn, winter, and spring business casual. Interns here in D.C. are notorious for being badly dressed (especially the Capitol Hill interns, more affectionately known as “Hillterns”). But what is inappropriate at some offices may be appropriate at others, depending on what “business casual” means. From fellow interns to you, we’ve created a collection of pictures and short surveys to help you decide what to wear, how to buy, and how to “dress to impress.” sample packing lists Note that some items may not be used for everyday wear, but are good to have on hand in case of unexpected situations that arise. (i.e. having a suit for the one day you’re called into a meeting with a Yemeni delegation. True story.)...

How Borrowers Choose and Repay Payday Loans - The Pew ...

Payday Lending in America: The Pew Charitable Trusts is driven by the power of knowledge to solve today’s most challenging problems. Pew applies a rigorous, analytical approach to improve public policy, inform the public, and stimulate civic life. The safe small-dollar loans research project focuses on small-dollar credit products such as payday and automobile title loans, as well as emerging alternatives. The project works to find safe and transparent solutions to meet consumers’ immediate financial needs. THE PEW CHARITABLE TRUSTS The safe small-dollar loans research project—Nick Bourke, Alex Horowitz, and Tara Roche—thanks Pew staff members Steven Abbott, Sachini Bandara, Samuel Derheimer, Jennifer V. Doctors, Laura Fahey, Walter Lake, Samantha Lasky, Barclay Mitchell, and Liz Voyles for providing valuable feedback on the report, and Jennifer Peltak, Evan Potler, and Carla Uriona for design and web support. Many thanks to our other former and current colleagues who made this work possible. We also would like to thank the smallloan borrowers who participated in our survey and focus groups, and the many people who helped us put those groups together. The report benefited from the insights and expertise of an external reviewer, Alan M. White, professor of law at the City University of New York. Additionally, survey research expert Mike Mokrzycki reviewed the report and provided valuable feedback in the design of our survey and methodology. These experts have found the report’s approach and methodology to be sound; neither they nor their organizations necessarily endorse its conclusions. For additional information, please visit www.pewtrusts.org/small-loans. References to specific companies do not constitute an endorsement, sponsorship, or recommendation by The Pew Charitable Trusts. Twelve million Americans take out payday loans each year when they are in difficult financial situations. As they weigh choices for addressing a cash shortfall, payday borrowers consider both formal credit and informal options, including cutting back on expenses, borrowing from family or friends, delaying bills, or selling or pawning items, as described in Pew’s first payday lending report.1 Borrowers mostly describe themselves as trying to keep up with their expenses, often by using noncredit alternatives rather than explicitly comparing credit options. They are very familiar with debt and are not eager to take on more. unrealistically short repayment period suggests otherwise by enabling people in difficult situations to think that the loan can solve their problem at an affordable fixed cost so they can avoid asking for help, cutting back further, or creating another ongoing bill. The ultimate cost and duration of the loans are highly unpredictable and bear little resemblance to their two-week packaging...

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Purpose of a Business Letter A business letter is a formal way of communicating between two or more parties. There are many different uses and business letters. Business letters can be informational, persuasive, motivational, or promotional. Business letters should be typed and printed out on standard 8.5" x 11" white paper. Elements of a Good Letter The most important element of writing a good letter is your ability to identify and write to your audience. If you are addressing your letter to the department of human resources, avoid using highly technical terms that only engineers would understand, even if your letter is addressed to an engineering company, chances are that the personnel in human resources does not have an engineering background. The next element is that you make sure your present your objective in a clear and concise manner. Don't be vague about your objective, most people will not have the patience to sit there and guess at the meaning of your letter or the time to read a long-winded letter, just get to the point without going into unnecessary details. Another important element to remember is to remain professional. Even if you are writing a complaint letter, remain polite and courteous, simply state the problem(s) along with any other relevant information and be sure to avoid threats and slander I recently purchased one of your Tiny Tents (Model # 47485) for my three-year old. Unfortunately, afterviewing the components that came with the product, I discovered that four of the parts were missing. Also, the instructions that came with the tent are incomplete. Both of these situations have resulted in the tent remaining unassembled and unacceptable as a toy for my daughter. I am writing to request replacements for the missing parts, and a copy of the full set of assembly directions for the model I purchased. If reasonable arrangements are not made within ten business days, I will return the tent to the store I purchased it from and expect a full refund. To assist you in processing my request, I am including a copy of my sales receipt and a list of the missing parts. I have purchased other toys manufactured by your company in the past, and have always been impressed with the quality and selection Tiny Tots has made available to its customers. I sincerely hope this is a one-time incident, and that any future purchases I make will live up to the standard my family has come to expect from your company. Return Address: If your stationery has a letterhead, skip this. Otherwise, type your name, address and optionally, phone number. These days, it's common to also include an email address. Date: Type the date of your letter two to six lines below the letterhead. Three are standard. If there is no letterhead, type it where shown. Reference Line: If the recipient specifically requests information, such as a job reference or invoice number, type it on one or two lines, immediately below the Date (2). If you're replying to a letter, refer to it here. For example, want to include a notation on private correspondence, such as a resignation letter. Include the same on the envelope. Examples are Inside Address: Type the name and address of the person and/or company to whom you're sending the letter, three to eight lines below the last component you typed. Four lines are standard. If you type an Attention Line (7), skip the person's name here. Do the same on the envelope. Attention Line: Type the name of the person to whom you're sending the letter. If you type the person's name in the Inside Address (6), skip this. Do the same on the envelope. Salutation: Type the recipient's name here. Type Mr. or Ms. [Last Name] to show respect, but don't guess spelling or gender...

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