How to Make a Great Relationship Work

Posted in Uncategorized on October 22nd, 2015

I’ve been without any sort of cable or satellite for years now. Before last week I wouldn’t have been able to tell you the last time that I had either. All that came to an end after my girlfriend discovered the DirecTV NFL Sunday Ticket where she turned to me and firmly told me that we were getting satellite. That was that. I know better than to argue with her about such things – it was her turn to pick an investment for the home. It’s definitely not something I would have picked myself but hey, she’s paying the bill!

That’s how our relationship operates, anyways. Read the rest of this entry »

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Why Backing Up Data is So Important

Posted in Uncategorized on October 22nd, 2015

Whether a person only uses computers to store things like personal photos and videos or your company relies on technology, the bottom line is that data can be almost as valuable as money itself. A photo from your son’s first birthday or research that has taken years to develop may be what keeps the Earth spinning, but anyone who loses data will be quick to admit that it can be devastating within their personal world. Of course, the pain and suffering caused by losing data can be avoided with backups, which is why this Linux backup server option is getting more and more praise and attention.

Benjamin Franklin once famously said, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” and while he did not stay around long enough to see a computer, it still applies to this scenario. Losing data can cost endless amounts of money to try and recover after the fact, and sometimes it is flat out impossible no matter what is done. If the data is irreplaceable then it can flat out be gone forever, unless a backup was set up before the loss occurred. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Gaps in Human Health

Posted in Uncategorized on October 22nd, 2015

With every seasonal change comes a plethora of sicknesses that will interfere with our ability to work or go about our day to day activities while leaving us feeling miserable, weak and unhappy. Nobody enjoys being sick which is why, when I heard about long zhong tang tcm clinic in Singapore, I decided to give them a visit rather than the GP I had been visiting on such occasions. As of late I have been growing more concerned about my health in general which has lead to me look into a lot of alterantive sources of health. While I have nothing against what we know as the modern practice of health, it does very little in the sense of helping you understand your bodily or nutritional health and offers almost no guidelines in which you should follow to develop an equilibrium within you. Read the rest of this entry »

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I Am Living in Canada Now

Posted in Uncategorized on October 13th, 2015

I have been studying the question for a few days, ever since I got up here to Canada and realized that my Netflix USA account does not seem to work up here in the Great White North. I have been transferred to the Toronto area, in fact I kind of like it here and I think that I shall eventually get all of the problems with the move sorted out. It is going to be pretty comfortable here once I get a few things fixed up. In fact I found a nice apartment within walking distance of my office and it is pretty cheap compared to what I was thinking that it would cost me to rent a place like this. It is not very big, but that is quite fine with me. I am only one person and I do not have a lot of things with me. Read the rest of this entry »

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Watching Streams with No Lag

Posted in Uncategorized on July 24th, 2015

I signed up for Internet access at http://www.satellitestarinternet.com/hughes-net/arkansas/ in preparation for a big fighting game tournament. I attempt to watch the tournament every year, but in previous years, my Internet connection wasn’t fast enough to handle the stream. I would either have to watch the stream in the lowest quality, which was always grainy and hard to see, or watch it at a higher quality with constant lag and buffering. Sometimes I would miss out on the intense action of the tournament because of this, and I hated it.

Using my new Internet connection, I was able to watch the stream on the highest quality with no lag or buffering. I could watch multiple games being played at once and each one ran smoothly. On top of that, I could also do things that I would normally do on the Internet uninterrupted. I could check my email, make calls to my friends via VOIP, and even upload some files, all while watching the stream.

The tournament took place over 3 days and there were 8 games being played. Read the rest of this entry »

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A Trip to Centuries Past

Posted in Uncategorized on August 20th, 2012

 ... . Tan sandstone, 5’ 3” high. Archaeological Museum, SarnathMany people have a love of history and like to visit sites that are rich in culture with an interesting past. For those that are considering their next trip to an ancient land, they should think about visiting Peru. This South American country is full of archaeological dig sites where Archaeologists have found many different artifacts and writings from ancient civilizations.

The website that specializes in Peruvian archaeology highlights each site dig. In the highlights, the date of the dig with items found is listed. It is not uncommon for site users to see pictures of items found in past digs. Read the rest of this entry »

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Some of the Oldest Archeological Finds

Posted in Uncategorized on August 20th, 2012

Kyongju is rich in Korean history and archaeological sites such as the ...Believe it or not, my love for Peruvian archeology came about because of the film, Jurassic Park. That is not as much of a stretch as it may seem to be. I loved dinosaurs, but they quickly took a backseat once I saw how archeology played a major role in what we know about them. From that point forward, I knew that I wanted to know as much as I could about archeology. The more I studied, the more aware I became that Peru is steeped in archeological history and finds. As I read about some of the oldest architectural finds in known history, I became more enthralled.

I had already majored in business management by this time but that didn’t stop me from taking a class on Peruvian archeology when it became available online. I learned about the history of the entire region as well as some of the more memorable finds. Entire societies were discovered through various digs. Read the rest of this entry »

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