• Consumers
    Structured Settlements: Overview

    I’ve seen a lot of long-winded definitions of structured settlements, but really it is just a payment plan. Typically a structured settlement comes in the form of worker’s compensation or some physical injury settlement. Rather than taking the full lump sum settlement, a structured payment plan is constructed to be paid over...

  • Consumers
    Ty Bollinger’s Cancer Book

    A look at a book promoted by Ty Bollinger called “Cancer: Step Outside of the Box.”

  • How To...
    Ending Itchy Legs After You Run

    I’m no doctor, but I’m an expert on itchy legs when I run or walk. The problem...

  • Consumers
    Vitamins, Minerals, and Herbs For E.D.

    The vitamins and herbs purported to ease E.D is significant. And the causes of E.D. are as equally as varied. But it comes down to two broad reasons: physical and psychological, and there is often an overlap. So the list of vitamins and herbs below may work for some people and not for others. Some...

  • Consumers
    An Unbiased Review of Yohimbe

    Yohimbe is one of the most discussed, and most controversial, of the natural libido boosters. My search for unbiased reviews yielded mostly fake reviews, biased reviews by people who had a reason to promote it, or warnings against it that also seemed to have an agenda. So I decided to simply try...

  • How To...
    Getting Picasa to Re-Scan Faces in Photos

    Picasa is the innovative photo organization software now backed by Google which scans your hard drive for photos and automatically detect faces in the photos. When you start identifying the faces, it will start trying suggesting matches. It had moments of complete geek heaven. But it’s not quite perfect yet. Especially when...

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    Zune’s Unknown Error – My Quest

    I just completed an epic quest. No it wasn’t on a video game like Warcraft… it was a Zune Quest. It led me all over the net and all over my computer, and the solution was simple and nowhere close to where I started. For those of you in a hurry, here’s...

  • Current Events
    Year 2000 Predictions in 1967

    In an article posted on New Year’s Eve, 1967, writer Andrew Squibb Jr. outlined predictions for the year 2000 – 32 years away – by the Commission on the Year 2000. Here is a list of those predictions:

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    Zune Not Turning On, 2010 Update

    I wrote an article nearly 2 years ago about what happens when your Zune won’t turn on. I still stand by that article, but wanted to give a little update to clarify something. If you have just purchased a new Zune and it’s not turning on, it probably isn’t defective. Read on!

  • Current Events
    1964 US Census Bureau Predictions and Score

    In 1964, the US Census Bureau predicted US populations in the future through the year 2010. Were they accurate or was this just another bad prediction?

  • Scams & Deception
    Adieu 2009.. but not Acai Scams

    I frequent most of the major news sites. And despite my many months offline, as 2009 comes to a close, I see the same old tired ads and obvious rip-off affiliate sites out there. Acai, teeth whitening, weight loss… Still there a year later, which means people are still buying into the...

  • Consumers
    Credit Collection Services – Generic and Ignored

    Got a call today from 866-945-4973. As the phone rang and I saw the 866 prefix, I quickly Googled the number and saw it listed on some websites, so figured I should allow my voicemail to pick up. A few moments later, I received the following voicemail (X’s represent personal information I’ve...