Monthly Archives: August 2007

The boat is sinking,…

Bush’s top political strategist and deputy chief of staff, Karl Rove (r.), announced his resignation at a press conference on Monday. Ron Edmonds/AP/file .Rove departure marks end of era for White House President Bush’s political strategist strove to cement GOP … Continue reading

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crisis looming

NEWS ALERT from The Wall Street Journal Aug. 10, 2007 The Federal Reserve, in a statement that underscores the deepening severity of developments in credit markets, said it is “providing liquidity to facilitate the orderly functioning of financial markets,” and … Continue reading

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About one-quarter of America’s 577,000 bridges were rated deficient in 2004

Bridge collapse spotlights America’s deferred maintenance By Ron Scherer | Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor from the August 3, 2007 edition Page 1 of 2 The tragic rush-hour collapse in Minneapolis of the I-35W Bridge over the Mississippi … Continue reading

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Bridges down, foes weapons up

Last Updated: Monday, 6 August 2007, 09:35 GMT 10:35 UK E-mail this to a friend Printable version 190,000 weapons ‘missing in Iraq’ AK-47 assault rifles might have ended up in insurgents’ hands The US military cannot account for 190,000 AK-47 … Continue reading

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jobs down

U.S. employment growth slowed in July. The Labor Department said nonfarm payrolls increased by 92,000 last month, down from 126,000 in June, as job losses in manufacturing and construction offset gains in many services industries. The data suggest the economy … Continue reading

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Two-Factor Authentication

For the User Two easy steps for PhoneFactor™ authentication:Step 1: Enter your usual username and password. Step 2: Instantly, you receive a phone call. Answer and press #. That’s It! This simple process provides two separate factors of authentication through … Continue reading

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The new book “Exploiting Online Games” by Greg Hoglund and Gary McGraw explains how cheaters are winning at online role-playing games such as World of Warcraft where millions of players compete in the virtual world to win battles or treasure that … Continue reading

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Making sure your boss knows there is a problem royhayward: “I spent a bit of time working in a professional recruiting office, and one of the things I gleaned from this experience was that some people let their boss know … Continue reading

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Linux Tracking

I am “smolten” with Linux! Jack Wallen: “Linux isn’t sold generally. The majority of Linux users download a copy or get a copy burned from a friend or pick up their copy from the local LUG. You can’t really count … Continue reading

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wetbacks bucks

Hispanic Ad Spending Still Climbing Ad spending in Spanish-language media is growing twice as fast as the general market, a report says. But what about Hispanic Americans who visit English-language sites? Full Article

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