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September 4, 2005 by joeKnowledge
I was just thinking how an uninstaller can be really helpful in those spyware/adware wars.

What uninstaller do you use? I am thinking about Ashampoo.
September 1, 2005 by joeKnowledge
I feel the answer is a solid no.

I read the stories, the backround info, I saw the present and past pictures, I saw the section cut of the city, I know about the hurricain track, how the city is sinking, how the water table is rising, how the river is (one adverage) 3 meters above sea level (the city, for the most part is about 1 meter BELOW sea level)...

Will there be a city? Yeah probably, but suburbs and rural areas? No. Million dollar homes? Probably because they will be able to affor...
August 25, 2005 by joeKnowledge
I don't get it.

Anybody here do?
August 23, 2005 by joeKnowledge
Google Talk is now up.

Didn't try it yet. Will you?
August 23, 2005 by joeKnowledge
I am (as always) working on something.

Here it is.

Its a skin site that is trying (really trying) to be like an old site I liked allot called Skin (gone now)

I wanted it mostly for skinners to show off their creations before its done (WIP) or to promote themselves for whatever reasons.

There are many skins sites out there (I am seeing now) and maybe this might not work, but I thought to give it a try since esourcemagazine is about art, media and tech.

Another question:...
August 22, 2005 by joeKnowledge
Take a look... I am sure someone will have a DX widget doing this in a couple of weeks
August 19, 2005 by joeKnowledge
I just read this after surfing the net. Has anybody else read anything about this and the contradictions of the leaked evidence?
August 9, 2005 by joeKnowledge

Seems like this stuff come out everytime a person goes to eat or something.

Anyway, The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has some new statistics on where some professions are xpecting the above average groth for the next 7 to 10 years.

Most of the positions expect an higher educational background.

Expected new positions through 2012

Registered nurses: 623,000
Postsecondary teachers: 603,000
Management: 376,000
Nursing aides: 343,000
Elementary school teachers: 223...
August 6, 2005 by joeKnowledge
There was a discussion on the forums about how the Confederate Flag should harbor no racial or ethnic bad ties.

It would also seem that some of those who would proudly wave the Confederate Flag also have researched history to say that there is no reason to look at the flag and think it is as bad or in a similar paying field as the Nazi flag

'I know a black person who has the flag on his car'

'The north was just as bad'

'There were many positives of culture behind the Confederate Flag...
August 2, 2005 by joeKnowledge
... the more I think it is the idea of the decade! More and more sites are cropping up that are trying to do what I been trying to set up for about 3 - 4 years now.

Now you have with its ability to search job listings across the net and giv you an RSS feed for updates and a newcomer named Simply Hired of which does almost the same thing.

Both use RSS technology to help those looking for work to find it.

But Simply Hired went a step further and now has created Simply Fired.
August 2, 2005 by joeKnowledge
Came across this while doing some research.

Pass it along.
August 2, 2005 by joeKnowledge
An interesting article on getting an online college degree and who would hire them. I am not sure MSN is a trusting source of infor since they have allot of affiliates for online schools, but its still worth a read.

Check it out.
August 2, 2005 by joeKnowledge
It doesn't get any better than this. With all the hub-bub on off shoring and how its taking away from America jobs, here we have a project that is being taken place for an unknown American company about off shoring.... using offshore employees to do the 'dirty work'.

I personally think if most Americans knew that off shoring is the reason why their cars are so cheap, city services don't eat up more tax dollars, store bought goods are low, and so on... things you think would have nothing to do...
July 16, 2005 by joeKnowledge
I have never read the Koran (I am suppossed to) but from what I gathered, there is no real way to say the people who are the current terrorists of this time can actually be Muslim.

They are Arabs for the most part... but Arabs can be anyone or anything as well as being Christian... so how is it that someone who is Muslim can carry out these acts and still say they are Muslim?

I don't know.
July 10, 2005 by joeKnowledge
I say no. Here is why.

Criminals are criminals. Most are not smart but do have enough brains to know that if this is how you get caught, try a way to not get caught. Find a hole in the system.

Some argue that we know who our enemy is and there is some truth in that. Most of the 9/11 hijackers were from Saudi Arabia (the Iraq of the 1970's-80's and I am willing to bet by 2020 we will be there even though we support the current régime like in Iraq because the radical elements take over) and...