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- Cheapism.com | Work + Money | Tue, Sep 25, 2012 10:51 AM EDT | Comments
By Louis DeNicola, Cheapism.com
With so many people doing their computing on laptops, tablets, and phones, shopping for a new computer monitor may be unfamiliar territory. Even desktop computers often include the monitor as part of a package deal. If you're looking for a new monitor because your old one broke, or you'd like to plug your laptop into a larger display, a top-of-the-line model can cost $1,000 or more. Of course, most people don't need such a high-end monitor. Cheapism has found some of the best monitors for less than $200.
Pick the best monitor for your desktop.
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- The Asus VS229H-P (starting at $153) is a 21.5-inch monitor that has received expert endorsements as well as numerous positive reviews from consumers online. Many reviewers are impressed by the rich colors, including the bright whites and deep blacks promised by the advertised 50,000,000:1 contrast ratio. This is one of the few low-cost monitors that has in-plane switching, or IPS technology, whi
- Piper Weiss, Shine Staff | Work + Money | Mon, Sep 24, 2012 6:40 PM EDT | CommentsSunday night's Emmy Awards opened with TV's leading ladies saving the day. In a sketch that kicked of the industry's biggest awards show, Kathy Bates, Martha Plimpton, Christina Hendricks, Zooey Deschanel, Mindy Kaling, Julia Louis Dreyfuss and a naked, cake-eating Lena Dunham, took turns punching host Jimmy Kimmel's face back into form, after some botched botox injections. Then Ellen Degeneres lent him a pair fo pants to wear on stage.
TV's heroines open the Emmy Awards. (ABC)
It may have been an act, but it wasn't far from the truth. Women are saving TV from itself. In a climate where networks are scrambling to keep viewers engaged in televised programming, women are the new heroes of small-screen entertainment, providing fresh, innovative content that crosses gender boundaries....Read More »
Two of the highest rated new comedies to debut last season-The New Girl and Two Broke Girls---were created by women, and star down-to-earth, low-drama female characters. At the same time, the year's top performers have also been women.
- Frankie Towers | Work + Money | Mon, Sep 24, 2012 3:55 PM EDT | Comments
Web Colleagues Honest Review...Read More »
I'm Frankie and I want to tell you why Web Colleagues is not worth your money. So if you were thinking of buying their membership, stop it right there!
First of all, I'm not here out of nowhere saying bad things about Web Colleagues . I personally bought their membership myself and I can tell you from experience that it's dissapointing.
The way they sell you their membership is NOTHING similar to what you actually find inside. It's a freaking scam right from the start. It's all bull crap!!!
Do you want to know what you really buy?
The $47 you spend on their membership is only to get a list of websites that you can work with online. The thing is they have no special connection with these websites - they are all free and available online and you can find them all on google!!
Also the fact that you actually make money with these websites is not guaranteed. There are some restrictions by coun
- Astrology.com Financescopes | Work + Money | Mon, Sep 24, 2012 2:37 PM EDT | Comments
Aries (March 21 - April 19)
Slow down and think! You're swinging at opportunities willy-nilly when you need to be more discerning. Let a few of the balls fly by -- they're less likely to be strikes than your wild attempts at connecting are.
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Taurus (April 20 - May 20)
A source of income you're used to counting on as a rock-solid contributor to your budge is suddenly fickle. Its eccentricities are something you really don't want to get used to, Taurus! Shore things up today.
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Gemini (May 21 - June 21)
You can only do so much on your own -- and you can only take so much of the blame when things don't work out. Your entire group should shoulder the
- Betterhealthblog.com | Work + Money | Mon, Sep 24, 2012 10:50 AM EDT | CommentsThere are a lot ways you can earn some extra cash on the side. Plus, with today's economic condition, earning some extra money wouldn't hurt. With today's economy, people have undoubtedly limited the way they spend their money.
Here are some ways you can earn some extra cash:Do freelance work
Nowadays, almost any job can be done on a contract or freelance basis. Check out sites like Sologig, which lead jobs seekers to consulting, freelancing, and part-time projects that will help you earn money.
You can even take up writing online articles, become a graphic designer, you can end up designing logos, or marketing campaigns for companies since most companies today are looking to outsource their work.
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