Saturday, February 22, 2014

How to Optimize Your PC in Just 2 Clicks

People often feel frustrated that their computer is often slow and does not respond properly, especially older computers.  Often, users resort to buying a new computer as they deemed that there is no solution for this.   Most tools that had been used by computer owners are often good for only cleaning some files and then deleting the rest of the important system files and data that can greatly affects the performance of their computers.  Thus, most computer owners think that once their computer slows down, it's time to purchase a new one.

This does not have to be the only solution.  There is a new Windows application tool that can detox, clean, and optimize your Windows computer without any problems.  Detox My PC is a great tool that can drastically optimize any Windows PC without posing any threats on your computer, and the best part of this is that is can be done in just two clicks.

Detoxing Computers in Just 2 Clicks

Detox My PC can scan, cleanup, detox and optimize Windows PCs in just two clicks of the mouse.  All a user has to do is run the application and choose the deep scanning and optimization process option to have a like brand new computer.  All the unnecessary files and data that are stored in the hard disk will be deleted and carefully removed to make sure that Windows PCs will run faster and more efficiently.

Detox PCs Without Posing Any Threats

When you use Detox My PC, you can be sure that your computer will be detoxed without causing any harm on your system files and applications.  Because all the unnecessary files are being removed carefully, the important files on your computer will be untouched.  This means that even though the application does a deep detoxification process on your Windows PC, all your necessary files and data will be kept safe.  This results in better PC performance without any rebound problems that many other PC cleanup tools give off.

Great Interface

Using Detox My PC is quite easy because of its great interface.  Users, including the ones that have no prior experience in running PC cleanup tools, will be able to use this Windows application without any problems.  Thus, any Windows computer, even the ones that are used by complete newbies, will be able to get detoxed and optimized.


Detox My PC is definitely a money-saver as Windows PC users do not have to buy a new computer when they feel like their old one is slowing down and is experiencing a lot of issues regarding performance and responsiveness.

Because of this, many computer owners will be able to save money and enjoy their old computers like they are brand new.  The responsiveness, speed, and accuracy of their computer will drastically improve with the help of a very affordable and very easy to use application - Detox My PC.  So if you think that you need to buy a new computer, try this product out and see how it fixes your computer and save you hundreds and even thousands of dollars.

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Saturday, May 4, 2013

Classified Ad Sites Suck

One thing I hate about Classified Ad Sites is that they suck!  Each site has their own reasons for sucking.  There are two classified ad sites I use: Craigslist and Classifieds For Free.  I will explain what makes these two sites suck.  Both are free sites, so you can't expect perfection, but their suckage is frustrating.

Craigslist sucks because they are a bunch of freedom of speech violators.  Craigslist will flag your post for removal for no legitimate reason, other than to say you violated terms of service.  That's a load of crap.  What's bad about Craigslist is anybody can have your post flagged for removal.  You can have your post flagged for removal just because someone doesn't like you.  Craigslist also doesn't like when you post certain stuff in their forums.  You want to complain about an ad, and you post your complaint in the forum, they tell you it's the wrong place to post your ad.  It's another load of bull crap.

Most people don't trust Craigslist anyway because of all the scams on there, but you can't post about a scam regarding an ad on their forum because they'll tell you you are wasting space by posting to the wrong forum.  I guess I can call the people at Craigslist hypocrites because they themselves are freedom of speech violators by their own complaining.  They think they're right and everyone else is wrong.

On the other hand, Classifieds For Free doesn't suck in the same respect as Craigslist since Classifieds For Free accepts any ad you post.  However, they have their own reason for suckage.  Classifieds For Free sucks because every now and then you will get some error on  your userid.  The error will be something like this:

Fatal: Operation failed while performing SELECT count(AdID) FROM ad where UserID='jb529' because: Table '.\classif\ad' is marked as crashed and should be repaired

Here's the situation: your ads expire after a week, so you have to renew your ads everyday, or a least every 3 days to make sure they stay active.  It seems Classifieds For Free does not seem to care about fixing their errors because they take at least a week or more to fix the above error.  The error will keep you from being able to renew your ads, and by the time the error is fixed, your ads have expired.  This means your ads will not show, and you have to start over from scratch.  

I have had the above error occur twice recently and have had to start over with reposting ads.  Because of this, any ad I post to Classifieds For Free will also be posted here as a comment so when this happens again I will be able to retrieve my ads and repost them when I am able to.  

This is why Classifieds For Free suck big time.

One classified ad site that does not suck is Backpage.  It's design is similar to that of Craigslist, but at least you don't have your ads flagged for removal just because someone does not like you.  You can pretty much place any ad you want for free for most niches; you will just have to renew you ad every several months.  However, if you want to post any ad related to the Adult Industry, you will have to pay.

I understand you probably want to place ads with as little to no money as possible, but since the Adult Industry (whether dating, chat, or anything else in this industry) can be financially rewarding for an affiliate in this industry, it might be well worthwhile to pay to place these types of ads on Backpage.  The Adult Industry attracts thousands of customers no matter where the economy stands, and so if you make just a small investment, the return on investment can be highly rewarding making a substantial income. 

This is why a lot of classified ad sites suck.  This is also why Backpage has a thumbs up from me.  Sure there are scams that come out of Backpage ads, and I've seen and read about victims of these scams in the media.  However, there are a lot of users on Backpage with good intentions.  You can be one of those.

With my rant on why classified ad sites suck, I'll leave it as I have written.  Should I come up with more reasons, I will post as a comment, and if you come up with more sites that suck, feel free to comment.  As I said above, as I repost my ads on Classifieds For Free, I will also post my ads as comments to this post.

Thursday, March 14, 2013

TV for Your PC: The Truth About Satellite Television for Your Computer

Warning! Do not sign up for a television service for your PC until you’ve read this.

So, you’re fed up with paying outrageous cable bills, and are ready to make the switch to watching TV on your computer.  Before you do there is something you need to know:  Not all satellite services are created equal. In fact, most television for PC services are downright terrible.  With poor picture quality, outdated software, lousy customer service, and limited access to the channels you really want to see, many satellite for PC providers just aren’t worth making the switch.

That’s where Satellite Direct comes in.

Named by Interactive Media Magazine as “Unequivocally the best TV to PC software on the net”, Satellite Direct is your best bet when it comes to watching television from the comfort of your home computer or laptop.  Forget subscriptions or monthly fees… Satellite Direct brings you unlimited access to over 3,500 channels- including premium movie channels and all of the best sports stations. 

Additionally, with Satellite Direct, you also get dozens of hard to find international channels.  And you never have to worry about bandwidth signals or poor picture or sound quality.  It’s like having the best of cable or satellite television- without ever having to pay the outrageous monthly bills again!

In fact, a lifetime of Satellite Direct costs about half of what you would pay for just one month of comparable service from your current cable or satellite provider.  Why pay over $100 a month for cable?

For a one time price of just $49.95, you can have 24/7 access to thousands of channels- with no hidden fees, ever.

Thursday, December 20, 2012

It's The End Of The World As We Know It...

Tomorrow being 12/21/12 seems to have a lot of people believing the world will end tomorrow according to Mayan prophesy, but is it really the end, or is it a new beginning.  The Mayans believed in cycles that last around 5200 years, and they believed this cycle of 5200 years would end on 12/21/12.  So if this is correct, we can be positive and say this is the end of an old cycle and the beginning of a new one.

As the title of this post suggests as per the R.E.M. song, it may be the end of the world as we know it, but I feel fine.  That's right, it's the end of the world as we know it, but the beginning of the world as we will soon experience.  This will be something new that we will begin to learn and will be enlightening.  Maybe it's a new beginning for us all.

With this, maybe we will all go through a spiritual rebirth, a spiritual cleansing.  This could be something to improve us spiritually, which will also improve us physically and emotionally, thus bringing us into prosperity.

Maybe the new cycle will improve your financial well-being.  Maybe your heart will bring you to do something for yourself, such as starting your own business.  This could be something to set you free by taking charge of something you can control by creating something from your own creative mind that you can share with others.

Although the world is not actually ending tomorrow, a lot of businesses are offering "End of the World" sales, and if you are looking to start a business in the new cycle, you will still need a website to get the word out about your business.  You will also need hosting for your website.  Host Gator is offering an "End of the World" sale tomorrow, 12/21/12, where for a limited time you can get 50% off hosting and domains for $1.95.  Yes, you will need a domain name as well, and hopefully your newly creative thinking will come up with some catchy name for your website and/or business.

A lot of people I know use Host Gator for their web hosting, not only for hosting their business's website but also for hosting personal and family/friends oriented websites.  People trust a highly reputable company such as Host Gator, and will continue to do so into the new cycle.

So as we go into the next cycle, let's see how our newly enlightened lives will help us to see and go beyond our present potential into new realms.

Thursday, November 15, 2012

A Brief History of Black Friday

Huge population centers around Lake Ontario in Canada have always attracted cross border shopping into the United States, and as Black Friday became more popular in the U.S., Canadians often flocked to the U.S. because of their cheaper prices and a stronger Canadian dollar.  After 2001, many were traveling for the deals across the border.  In 2009 several major Canadian retailers had their own version of the day by running promotions to discourage shoppers from leaving for the U.S.  Canada's Boxing Day is comparable to Black Friday in terms of retailer impact and consumerism, but Black Fridays in the U.S. seem to provide deeper or more extreme price cuts than Canadian retailers, even for the same international retailer.

More recently, Black Friday has been exported to nations outside of North America such the United Kingdom by major online retailers like Amazon or Apple.  In 2011, IBM reported online Black Friday sales were up 24.3% according to a study that included 500 retailers.

Origin of the term
Black Friday as a term has been used in many contexts dating back to the nineteenth century where in 1869 it was associated with a financial crisis in the United States.  The earliest known reference to "Black Friday" as a shopping day the day after Thanksgiving was made in a public relations newsletter from 1961 that is clear on the negative implications of the name and its origin in Philadelphia.

For downtown merchants throughout the nation, the biggest shopping days are normally the days immediately following Thanksgiving Day.  This resulted in traffic jams that became an irksome problem to police, and in Philadelphia it became customary for police officers to refer to the post-Thanksgiving days as Black Friday and Black Saturday.  This was hardly a stimulus for good business.  The problem was discussed by the merchants with their Deputy City Representative, Abe S. Rosen, one of the country's most experienced municipal PR executives.  He recommended adopting a positive approach that would change the names from Black Friday and Black Saturday to Big Friday and Big Saturday.

The attempt to rename Black Friday was unsuccessful, and its continued use is shown in a 1966 publication on the day's significance in Philadelphia:

JANUARY 1966 – "Black Friday" is the name which the Philadelphia Police Department has given to the Friday following Thanksgiving Day.  It is not a term of endearment to them.  "Black Friday" officially opens the Christmas shopping season in the city center, and it usually brings massive traffic jams and over-crowded sidewalks as the downtown stores are mobbed from opening to closing.

The term Black Friday began to get wider exposure around 1975, as shown by two newspaper articles from November 29, 1975, both datelined Philadelphia.  The first reference is in an article entitled "Army vs. Navy: A Dimming Splendor," in The New York Times.

Friday, August 17, 2012

Breanna's 8th Birthday

Here are pics from my niece's birthday party at Young Chefs Academy.  Enjoy!

Fixing to make pizza!

Pink Pizza Dough!  Sounds yummy!

Breanna got to be the sous chef.

Breanna had an awesome birthday!