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Learn How to Successfully Use RFID for Asset Tracking - presented by inCode at the upcoming 2008 Wir
Posted by innisyi   
Thursday, 29 May 2008

Toronto, Canada - inCode, a VeriSign company, will discuss How to Successfully Use RFID for Asset Tracking at the upcoming 2008 Wireless & Mobile Expo and Conference, scheduled on July 15 & 16, 2008 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in Toronto, Canada. This session will focus on helping organizations understand how RFID enabled asset tracking solutions can be used to drive value within their organization and helping to streamline the technology options available to them.

Give God the Glory! Nine-Book Series Continues to Grow
Posted by Kevin Wayne Johnson   
Sunday, 30 March 2008

Clarksville, MD, March 25, 2008 – The Give God the Glory! Nine-book series by multiple-award winning Christian author, Kevin Wayne Johnson, continues to expand around the world. Kevin Wayne Johnson enthusiastically embraces God’s Word, not only for his life, but presents it in such a way that it is easy to grasp, encouraging his readers to apply the principles therein for a more victorious Christian life.

Money Can't Buy You Love: Music Networks Tilt Scales Toward Talent with Allison Crowe
Posted by Adrian du Plessis   
Wednesday, 29 August 2007

On a weekend when a simple video of Allison Crowe performing, live-off-the-floor, a version of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" passed 400,000 (legitimate) views on YouTube, the same video nestled in the Top Ten on - one of the world's largest social music networks with 15 million active users in 232 countries.

Hiroshima anniversary Aug. 6: How top news story of 20th century got written and released
Posted by Noel L. Griese   
Tuesday, 24 July 2007

   Aug. 6, 2007, is the 62nd anniversary of the first wartime use of the atom bomb at Hiroshima, Japan. Author Noel Griese recounts how the biggest news story of the past century was released in 1945 by the U.S. War Department.

Identity Theft Prevention
Posted by Jake Feuerbacher   
Friday, 20 July 2007

     Once again, there have been more instances of Identity Theft, as a result of unsecured networks, greedy employees and contractors, and lost or stolen laptops. More people have had their personal information compromised, and now currently live in the possibility that someone out there is using their identity for illegal activities, such as immigration, money fraud, or even medical fraud. Some of the people affected don't even know that their information has fallen into the wrong hands. Others may have received a letter from some institution alerting them to the fact that their identities may have been compromised.

Islam - The new "Bad" Guy
Posted by Dobri Bozhilov   
Sunday, 01 July 2007

Western Society can not live and progress without a serious "enemy". The end of Cold War and the victory of Western Democracies did not bring too much to the winners. Never the less the military expenses were cut, the society did not become richer. In 60-ies and 70-ies because of communist-democracy competition people went to Space and stepped on The Moon. Now the technology is much more advanced, but we do nothing to progress. Instead of making all airplanes supersonic, we stopped using The Concorde...

Pirates 3: Orlando & Johnny inimitable masterpiece
Posted by Dobri B.   
Monday, 25 June 2007

Orlando Bloom and Johnny Depp masterpiece Pirates of the Caribbean 3, is to become the cash record movie in all history. “At World's End” passed the $500 million mark at the box-office, reaching that benchmark in only 20 days.  That is nothing else than an inimitable record. By now the movie is going on nearly 18000 screens in over 100 countries. A $600 million milestone is very close.

Paris Hilton Reveals NASA UFO Secrets
Posted by Bill Knell   
Saturday, 23 June 2007

Buzz Aldrin was scheduled for a phone interview on the Friday, June 8, 2007, edition of Your World with Neil Cavuto on the Fox News cable channel. Originally booked to talk about the latest space shuttle launch, he suddenly found himself being asked about Paris Hilton and had some very interesting things to say. Friday, June 8, 2007, should have been a big news day. A former Preacher's Wife was sentenced to three years in prison for shooting her husband in the back while he slept. A Tax Protestor couple in New Hampshire discovered what happens when you challenge the authority of people you elect to office: You get state police and an army of federal troops with tanks and federal agents with submachine guns at your door.

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