Microsoft And Peru

Posted October 22nd @ 22 October, 2014

Wired magazine recently reported (on July 27, 2002), "Afraid that Peru may adopt a bill decreeing the use of open-source software in all government systems, Microsoft apparently enlisted the American ambassador in Lima to help try to convince the Peruvians to kill the legislation." Many people have stated they feel it was wrong (even evil) for a US ambassador to "lobby for Microsoft". Playing the devil's advocate for a moment, let me ask the following question: if an American citizen was having ...
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These are the Big 5 Internet Opportunities!

Posted October 21st @ 21 October, 2014

All internet business ideas and concepts essentially fall into one of the categories below. Therefore to help you come up with your novel online concept, examine the big 5 below for guidance with conceptualizing your business model. There is nothing to stop you from using an idea that is already in existence if you think you can execute it in a better or different way. 1. Selling Products a) One of the most popular methods of selling goods online, and earning commissions thereon, is to do so ...
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A Fast Free Reliable Web Browser

Posted October 20th @ 20 October, 2014

---------------------------------------------------------- Permission is granted for the below article to forward, reprint, distribute, use for ezine, newsletter, website, offer as free bonus or part of a product for sale as long as no changes are made and the byline, copyright, and the resource box below is included. ---------------------------------------------------------- A Fast Free Reliable Web Browser By Stephen Bucaro Mozilla is a free Web browser that offers more features than Internet ...
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How To Market Without A Website

Posted October 19th @ 19 October, 2014

Despite what internet marketing "gurus" tell you, you do not need to have a website to be successful in internet marketing. You do need some basic tools, but a website is not one of them. Sure, a website is helpful, especially as a content management tool, and even more so if you sell your own products. But if you are an affiliate marketer, you don't need your own site. For affiliate marketing, there is really only one tool you need (other than internet access and email): an autoresponder. ...
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The Facts About Internet Merchant Accounts

Posted October 18th @ 18 October, 2014

If you own and operate an online business, then you realize that without giving your customers the ability to pay for your merchandise with their credit cards you are not likely to make much money. Online shopping practically depends on credit card transactions. Online shopping has never been more prevalent than it is right now, and the vast majority of online customers prefer to pay for their goods with their credit cards. That is why you need to consider opening an Internet merchant ...
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9 Ways To Get Free Traffic To Your Website

Posted October 17th @ 17 October, 2014

by Melanie Mendelson http://www. 1. Search Engines Optimize your website to be search-engine friendly. Submit it to various search engines and directories. In addition to major search engines such as Google, Yahoo and MSN, it's worth submitting to lesser known web directories. If your website is listed in as many places as possible, it can boost your rankings in major search engines as well. 2. Affiliate Program Set up an affiliate program where you pay ...
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Public Domain - The Philosophy Of Freedom

Posted October 16th @ 16 October, 2014

The philosophy behind the public domain is simple and very powerful. To elaborate we must first look at the traditional way in which Art and Intellectual property is governed. It is controlled by one thing, and that is money. People believe that to protect ones rights and to deter theft of their work, it (the work) must be protected by making it illegal to reproduce a work without authorization by the author. Any use other than use the author, ―authorizes” will result in legal action ...
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The Open Web

Posted October 15th @ 15 October, 2014

"It's grim, the most grim it's been since I've been around the business." This is David Geffen, the famous music mogul, talking about the music business today. Why is it so bad? Many reasons are offered, but to me, the most important is the response of the music industry to the Web. They didn't like Napster that enabled music lovers to swap files. Instead of trying to find out more about the Web, they did what came naturally: they sued. They did not realize and still do not realize that anytime ...
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Open Source Office Software

Posted October 14th @ 14 October, 2014

b>What is Really Free? It's funny. We have been programmed into believing that because something is free, that there is some kind of catch, or that it is not as good as a paid version, or that it is riddled with spyware and scumware. This may be true for a lot of stuff on the Internet, but I feel that it is not the case when it comes to this complete suite of office software from The general belief about non free software is that it is better than free software. Well, ...
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History of Linux

Posted October 13th @ 13 October, 2014

History of Linux by Ragib Hasan (Copyright: Ragib Hasan 2000) Table of Contents a. In The Beginning b. New Baby in the horizon c. Confrontation and development d. Some Linux Cookies e. Ackknowledgments a. In The Beginning It was 1991, and the ruthless agonies of the cold war was gradually coming to an end. There was an air of peace and tranquility that prevailed in the horizon. In the field of computing, a great future seemed to be in the offing, as powerful hardware pushed the limits of ...
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