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Steve Palina's 10 Myths About Self-Employment

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Steve Palina writes a popular blog about self employment and jobs and stuff.

My article 10 Reasons You Should Never Get a Job has quickly become very popular, so I figured it would be nice to write something about the realities of self-employment as well.  Since there are so many myths about self-employment (especially among lifelong employees), a good place to start would be to dispel some of those myths.

http://www.stevepavl...out-self-employment/

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What is the best way to keep two computers syncronized?

"I use syncBackSE to do incremental daily backups. I also make an image of the system partition monthly. I have been going without a clean XP reinstall for more than a year and a half. However, now I'm experiencing lots of problems, and am considering a clean install.

But the huge list of programs to install, keys to track, and config files + plugins etc to set in place is staggering, and it's putting me off. We are talking of maybe a dozen hrs of productive time (i.e. > 2 days!), and then I'll be catching gltiches (things that I didn't install or configure ok) for at least the first couple of weeks."

A user on our forums, urlwolf, has requested our help in determining how to best sync up two different pc's. If you have any advice, please, help him out :)

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Re: What are your favorite RSS Feeds?

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Want your news and information delivered to your virtual doorstep to you so you don't need to get it yourself? Just get an RSS reader, subscribe to your favorite sites, and let it do the work of collecting the information so you can focus on enjoying it.

Learn more about RSS feeds and download a list of feeds collected by DC readers..


Really cool quiz that shows how your optical illusions fool your senses

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This is a pretty cool quiz which demonstrates in a nice way a variety of different optical illusions and shows you how your brain gets fooled by them. These illusions give us insight into the nature of our senses.



from www.stumbleupon.com

Log onto the site, take the quiz, and challenge your senses.

Quick Change Artists: How on God's Green Earth Do They Do this?

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This can't be real:
[url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RB-wUgnyGv0]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RB-wUgnyGv0

Watch and amaze yourself as 2 artists get in and out of clothes faster than your eye can see!

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foundmagazine.com: Very cool website of stuff found by others on the street

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We collect FOUND stuff: love letters, birthday cards, kids' homework, to-do lists, ticket stubs, poetry on napkins, telephone bills, doodles - anything that gives a glimpse into someone else's life. Anything goes... (from Web site)

http://www.foundmaga...useaction=finds.home


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