Nov 242012
 

Some cool blogging for money images:

Bethesda Fountain, Oct 2009 – 04
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Image by Ed Yourdon
This woman was sitting by herself (obviously) and typing on her Macbook laptop (obviously), but I couldn’t figure out the other items were doing there. Was it her own shopping bag? Her own flowers?

By the way, the water behind her is the southern edge of the "boat pond" which stretches for several blocks northward…

This photo was published in a Jan 26, 2010 blog titled "The Modern Day Virtuous Woman." It was also published in a Mar 8, 2010 blog titled "How important is a website to business success?" And it was published in an Apr 22, 2010 blog titled "Bookmark This! Digital Dozen Earth Day Links." It was also published in an Aug 19, 2010 blog titled "How to Write SEO-Friendly Copy that Green Consumers Love." And it was published in a Dec 10, 2010 Smookey blog with the same title and detailed notes that I had written on this Flickr page.

Moving into 2011, the photo was published in a Mar 17, 2011 blog titled "Social media strategy essential as Brits network online more than ever." And it was published in a May 18, 2011 blog titled "How to Make Money Blogging: 5 Tips for Writing Top-Notch Content."

Moving into 2012, the photo was published in a Jan 27, 2012 blog titled "Write the Blog, Then the Cookbook." It was also published in a May 21, 2012 blog titled "Can cable companies keep the dream of municipal WiFi alive?" And it was published in an undated (late May 2012) blog titled Who Wants Free Stuff? It was also published in a Jun 27, 2012 blog titled "Make Money Blogging Online." And it was published in a Sep 13, 2012 blog titled "Mobilité internationale : penser les doubles carrières pour favoriser l’égalité professionnelle."

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After walking around the Alice in Wonderland statue yesterday (take a look at "I forgive you, Alice" on Flickr to see what that was all about ), I continued walking westward through Central Park. In the middle of the park (from an east-west perspective) is the Bethesda Fountain, which is often the scene of celebrations, weddings, and random throngs of people enjoying themselves — as well as a popular location in several movies and TV shows. However, on this quiet Wednesday in mid-autumn, it was almost deserted. I wandered around for a few minutes, looked out at the boat pond, and took a few pictures. It’s not enough to give you a comprehensive view of the fountain, but hopefully you’ll get a general sense…

Mary with the Doggie Diner dog 1353
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Image by marymactavish
When I was little, I was in love with the Doggie Diner dog heads. Maybe it was because I grew up with a dachshund, maybe it was because of their clever eyes and cunning bow ties. I have no idea. Gradually, over the course of my life (and the lives of others, of course), the restaurants closed, and the dog heads disappeared.

Some have reappeared in back yards, or on rusty poles next to former Doggie Diner restaurants. Some have been saved. Some are gone forever.

It’s hard to explain this sort of cultural icon. For me, it’s just, "Oooh, doggie heads!" They’re about growing up in the bay area (okay, technically, I didn’t, but we spent several weeks here every year with friends), and being middle-aged, and thinking, "Dang, we’ve lost too much cool stuff, mowed over by history."

If someone gave me a whole lot of money to invest, I might spend a chunk of it reopening a cafe with really good food (the DDs weren’t famous for food quality, though it was okay), doggie heads, and staff wearing white shirts and bow ties.

More information:
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www.outsidelands.org/doggie_diner.php
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lubitel 166 – coming soon
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Image by ratterrell
this is someone elses picture of the camera i just bought from ebay. i would love to give credit to the rightful photographer if i new their name. i’m presently operating under an assumption that they wouldn’t mind me placing this photo up hear (for blogging purposes) considering as i just paid them money for the camera. of course, once i receive the actual camera i’ll place my own photo up and the matter will be mute.

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Nov 232012
 


(PRWEB) November 23, 2012

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In-Flight Entertainment and Communication is a revolving trend and has fast growing market demand in aircraft manufacturing companies. This emerging trend has catalyzed the line fit segment which was previously dominated by retrofit. IFE comprises of various segments and video entertainment has a wide collection of movies and videos. An in flight management system stores video content and In-Flight movies can be watched to the convenience of the passenger. Audio entertainment provides the passengers with a music library from which songs can be selected. This form of in-flight entertainment covers music, news, information, radio etc.

The communication entertainment system includes Wi-Fi systems where in-flight internet is provided to the passengers. The communication entertainment system also comprises of mobile telephony, through this passengers can use their own wireless communication devices such as mobile telephones, smart phones, laptops to make and receive phone calls, send and receive SMS 40,000 feet above sea level.

As technology improves, more advanced devices can be used to enhance components being used such as increasing network bandwidth, lighter components and wireless devices. The IFEC market in future will witness a change from traditional hardware to wireless IFE systems.

In Flight Entertainment Market size is expected to grow from $ 2 billion in 2012 to $ 3 billion by 2017 at an estimated CAGR of 6.67% from 2012 to 2017 predominantly driven by increase in deliveries of wide body and very large aircrafts.

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Nov 212012
 

Check out these blogging for money images:

Connecting in Hong Kong
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Image by Stuck in Customs
Hong Kong airport is a great one, as are many Asian airports. They put US Airports to shame. The security is actually nice to you there, and you don’t get all the attitude of the TSA. The TSA looks so important with their little uniforms. I think they are just silly… but it is remarkable how people react to uniforms.

I was going to find a pic of the silly uniforms so we could all make fun of them, but then I found out that the TSA has a blog! How boring. It makes me real happy that my tax money is going for the TSA’s social media operation. Look at this TSA blog entry on the Fourth of July and the YouTube videos they provided (especially the charmer about the dangerous "Sparkler"). Don’t worry everyone, the US Government is now blogging for you.

from the blog at www.stuckincustoms.com

Recession special at Gray’s Papaya shop
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Image by Ed Yourdon
Gray’s Papaya shop has long been a fixture here on the corner of Broadway and 72nd Street. But I think the "recession" emphasis is fairly new…

Note: this photo was published in a Mar 18, 2009 blog entitled "Recession Radio Special." It was also published in an Apr 20, 2009 blog titled "Old Problems on Young Shoulders." And it was published in a May 12, 2009 US-India Tax blog titled "US Tax Tips in a Recession." More recently, it was published in a Jun 19, 2009 blog titled "Is This the Great Depression Again?" And it was published as an illustration in a Sep 2009 Mahalo blog titled "2008 recession," at www-dot-mahalo-dot-com-slash-2008-dash-recession. It was also published in a Sep 15, 2009 blog titled "Bernanke says ‘the recession is likely over’." And it was published in a Sep 29, 2009 blog titled "2008-2009 Recession Being Good for You!" It was also published as an illustration in an Oct 2009 Mahalo blog titled "Gray’s Papaya," at www-dot-mahalo-dot-com-slash-grays-dash-papaya.

More recently, it was published in a Nov 17, 2009 blog titled "Online Survival During a Falling Economy." It was also published in a Nov 21, 2009 blog titled "Pictures of the Great Recession." And it was also published in a Dec 20, 2009 blog titled "Recession special at Gray’s Papaya shop," i.e., the same title as the caption that I used for this Flickr page.

In 2010, it has been published in an undated (Jan 2010) blog titled "Bonus: Get Your Self a Recession-Proof Life! " It was also published in a Jan 12, 2010 blog titled "Check out: Has the Recession Made Your Life Simpler? – The Conversation – Harvard Business Review." And it was published in a Jan 14, 2010 blog titled "How Recessions Can Shape Future Behavior." It was also published in a Jan 18, 2010 blog titled "I’ll Know the Recession Is Over When…" And it was published in a Feb 24, 2010 DigiRecent blog titled "Recession special at Gray’s Papaya shop."

More recently, it was published in a May 11, 2010 blog titled " in New York." It was also published in an undated (Jun 2010) Squidoo blog titled "The Great Recession is upon us, and while the situation seems to be slightly improving (fingers crossed)." And it was published in a Jul 27, 2010 blog titled "Weekly Audit: Why Are Unemployment Benefits A Major Political Fight?" It was also published in a Sep 20, 2010 blog titled "Great Recession ended last summer, but growth recession continues." And, for reasons that utterly escape me, it was published in an undated (mid-Nov 2010) blog titled "Can anyone find the full version of “The Art of Science of Java” ebook online for free?" It was also published in a Nov 26, 2010 Super Affiliate Marketing Guide blog, with the same title and detailed notes as what I had written on this Flickr page.

Moving into 2011, the photo was published in an undated (early Jan 2011) blog titled "Bonus!" It was also published in a Jan 9, 2011 blog titled "3 Key Strategies For A Thriving Network Marketing Business During A Recession." It was also published in a Jan 17, 2011 blog titled "10 Basic Tips For Success With An Affiliate Marketing Online Program." And it was published in a Jun 20, 2011 blog titled "Five Reasons The Economy Remains Weak." It was also published in an Aug 9, 2011 Forbes blog titled "U.S. Slides Into Recession, S&P 500 Could Drop To 830."

Moving into 2012, the photo was published in a Feb 9, 2012 blog titled "The Science Of Leveraging Risk For Your Network Marketing Success." And it was published in a Mar 13, 2012 blog titled "So the new bailout for Unions has begun already?"

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These are photos that I began taking in mid-December of 2008, after the government helpfully informed us that the recession (a word they had dared not use before, just as they refuse to use the word "depression" now) has actually been in effect since December 2007.

Having lived through roughly half a dozen previous recessions, with nothing but vague memories to mark their existence, I thought it would be useful to start gathering some photographic memories of the current one. It may or may not turn out to be as severe as the Great Depression of the 1930′s, and it may or may not produce the kind of grim photographs that we have of that era … but we won’t really know until it’s over, and our 20-20 hindsight might be better informed with some pictures.

Thus far, I have only a few pictures of signs showing steep discounts; these are interesting, but it’s the "human story" that I think will tell the more important story. But I’ve also noticed an increase in the number of homeless people on the street, asking for money, food, and handouts; but I have no direct evidence that it’s associated with the recession itself. In any case, I’m reluctant to take advantage of such people by taking casual photos of them; I’m sure more appropriate opportunities will present themselves, and I’ll add them to the album as I find them…

Vitamin Shoppe 50% discount
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Image by Ed Yourdon
On Broadway and 94th Street, there’s a health-food/vitamin-shop that I’ve never been into … and they, too are offering a 50% discount, which seems far more aggressive than what I would normally expect, even if it’s being characterized as a "holiday savings" sale. The fine print at the bottom of the sign does say that the offer expires on December 31, 2008 — so I’ll have to go by the store sometime in January to see whether the discount is still being offered.

Note: this photo was published in a Jul 13, 2009 blog titled "Strategize, don’t starve when it comes to your pricing." And it was published in a Dec 3, 2009 blog titled "Healthy Weight Watch." And it was published in an undated (Aug 2010) blog titled "Nice Depression Vitamin Photos." It was also published in a Nov 30, 2010 Lifehacker blog titled "A Reminder to Double-Check the Math on Sales Flyers."

Moving into 2011, the photo was published in a Mar 4,2011 blog titled "Using Blogging to Market Your Massage Practice." And it was published in an Aug 19, 2011 blog titled "Get a Degree in Your Spare Time."

Moving into 2012, the photo was published in a May 7, 2012 blog titled "Ajouter un sentiment d’urgence pour inciter à passer à l’action."

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These are photos that I began taking in mid-December of 2008, after the government helpfully informed us that the recession (a word they had dared not use before, just as they refuse to use the word "depression" now) has actually been in effect since December 2007.

Having lived through roughly half a dozen previous recessions, with nothing but vague memories to mark their existence, I thought it would be useful to start gathering some photographic memories of the current one. It may or may not turn out to be as severe as the Great Depression of the 1930′s, and it may or may not produce the kind of grim photographs that we have of that era … but we won’t really know until it’s over, and our 20-20 hindsight might be better informed with some pictures.

Thus far, I have only a few pictures of signs showing steep discounts; these are interesting, but it’s the "human story" that I think will tell the more important story. Thus far, I’ve noticed an increase in the number of homeless peoplehe street, asking for money, food, and handouts; but I have no direct evidence that it’s associated with the recession itself. In any case, I’m reluctant to take advantage of such people by taking casual photos of them; I’m sure more appropriate opportunities will present themselves, and I’ll add them to the album as I find them…

 Posted by at 10:31 pm
Nov 202012
 

Empower Network Teaches How To Make Money Online From Home Through
Leverage the power of the highly-versatile Empower Network blogging system which shows interested internet entrepreneurs a viable and legitimate opportunity to make money online from home fast. Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Google+ …
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Why Money Still Matters
As we continue to over-interpret the data point that was last Tuesday's $ 6 billion election, one big question is what to make of the fact that the super PACs and 501(c) dark money groups have spent the last week pointing fingers at each other rather …
Read more on Sunlight Foundation Reporting Group (blog)

Marijuana Legalization Brings Jobs, Money And Safety
On a conference call Thursday afternoon, two House Representatives from the East Coast discussed their pending legislation to legalize marijuana and what their existing medical cannabis programs have contributed to their states already. Representative …
Read more on THE Weed Blog (blog)

 Posted by at 2:33 pm
Nov 192012
 

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) November 17, 2012

Alpine Access is company that hires home based online customer support representatives and connects these employees with clients who are in need of consistent, quality customer support services. The company has been offering these services for over fourteen years and has worked with some of the top companies in the market, such as Sprint, Xbox, Abercrombie and others. For those looking for a legitimate work from home job, this could be a great choice.

The pay rate for the job may vary, depending on the client, but the average is about $ 8-9 per hour, with some clients paying up to $ 16 per hour. The opportunity offered by Alpine Access is certainly not the most profitable online opportunity, but it is real money that employees of the company can count on, which can be very reassuring at this time when many companies are laying off their employees or downsizing to keep costs low.

Other advantages to this job opportunity are the ability to work from the comfort of home and enjoy all the savings and benefits that that brings, such as no transportation costs from commuting to and from work, no need for a new wardrobe to keep up appearances at work, no need to deal with troublesome coworkers and stressful office politics, and the list goes on. However, there are a few disadvantages to this opportunity, as well.

First of all, employees will need to purchase their own headsets, which could set them back around $ 25. They will also need to pay for a drug test and background check if they are hired; this costs around $ 45. Because of these initial costs, there are some who claim there is an Alpine Access scam. However, most people will note that many jobs require employees to pay for a drug test before the hiring process is completed. Also, the company administering the check is not affiliated with Alpine Access.

Overall, the company does provide some very good positions for those who are looking to earn a legitimate online income. However, the pay may not be good enough compensation for some people, as the amount of work can be stressful at times and the chances of getting a pay raise are very slim at best. In this economy, though, any job opportunity that can guarantee job security is a great advantage. A full Alpine Access review gives more information on the company and the job opportunities available.







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