Archive for September, 2011
 

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Entertainment

5 Must have Iphone Apps

Posted September 28, 2011 by Jack

Smart Fuel Allows you to see the nearest gas station and pricing. Google Earth Allows you to see a picture of the location you want. Around Me Allows you to see all stores around your location                                       […]

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5 Energy Boosting Breakfasts

Posted September 28, 2011 by Jack

Egg An whole egg will help you prevent food cravings and provide much of the required nutrients Oatmeal Contains much of the required minerals and nutrients that boost our energy levels. Nut Butter Can lower your bad cholesterols and increase good cholesterols. Leafy Greens Leafy greens will fill your body with fiber, antioxidants, vitamins, and […]

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10 Quick, Easy and Healthy Breakfast choices

Posted September 28, 2011 by Jack

Oatmeal, flaxseed, blueberries & almonds Just microwave the oatmeal, grind up some flaxseeds, slice some almonds and take some blueberries and combine everything. Kashi Golden Crunch High protein, fiber and low sugar cereal is always good, you can even use soy milk to lower the fat. Scrambled Tofu Lower fat and healthier than scrambled eggs, […]

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Technology

Sony Ericsson Xperia ARC

Posted September 27, 2011 by Jack

The Sony Ericsson Xperia ARC is the next generation of the Xperia X10. The phone has a 8.1 mega pixel camera, a vivid multi-touch screen and Wi-Fi connectivity and it is still slimmer than many smart phones. The curved design allows the phone to sit comfortably in your hands while you are using it. The […]

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Preparing for IPv6

Posted September 27, 2011 by Jack

The internet is running out of Internet Protocols (IP) addresses. The solution is the Internet Protocols Version 6 (IPv6) This is being rolled out across the World Wide Web designed to eventually replace all the IPv4 with IPv6. Companies such as Google, Facebook, Yahoo!, and Rogers offered their content over IPv6 for a test flight […]

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