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February 2005

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Now you can become a TV noise vigilante! These folks have been featured in the NY Times, Newsweek, CBS News, ABC News, Fox News and NPR among many others.

This little infrared keychain gadget will surreptitiously turn off most TV models in use today. Think of the possibilities when you want to carry on a decorous conversation while an unwatched TV is blaring away in a restaurant or some similar otherwise civilized place. It won't set you back a king's ransom for this silencer ($14.95 at this

writing). Naturally we know that you will use the utmost discretion when yielding such power!.

Civility strikes back!

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We are always pleased to be of service to our Cyber Friends and to provide you with these monthly CyberTips. As members of the Real Estate CyberSpace Society we are always current on ways to expand their normal high standards of service with the very latest Internet and other CyberSpace strategies and tools. Click Here for hundreds of Cyber Tricks and Great Places in back issues.

Do you have some data you would rather not share with others such as passwords, personal information, classified documents from work or financial records? Maybe you are getting ready to upgrade to a new computer. Be aware that simply deleting these files -- or for that matter formatting your hard drive does not prevent prying eyes from accessing your confidential materials.

Simply put, this file eraser is an advanced security tool that allows you to completely remove sensitive data from your hard drive by overwriting it several times with carefully selected patterns. This freeware (donations accepted) has over 2.5 million users and has been reviewed as one of the best security tools available today.

Protect yourself -- as freeware the price is right!

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Know any parking scofflaws? They'll like this one! Got a parking ticket? Just log on and submit the details. For half the cost of what the ticket charges, the company will fight the ticket for you -- and it usually wins. If it doesn't you pay nothing!

These valiant folks say the reason the system works is simple -- most parking tickets are issued in violation of existing laws and court rulings. They have helped clear an estimated $100 million in tickets since they started. They must be doing something right!

They currently serve scofflaws in New York City, San Francisco and Washington, D.C and will open soon in Chicago, Los Angeles, Boston, London and Montreal. Let them fight city hall for you!

If you want you can even pay your ticket on -line at this great place. (But who wants to do that?)

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Want to bring a smile into your day? These clever folks will accommodate.

You've probably seen their creativity on news broadcasts -- particularly during the last presidential contest. Remember "This Land". "Good to Be in DC" or the new "Second Term"? We'll bet that enjoying these punsters on the Web, at your beck and call, can make your day brighter.

Now you can see Hilary smack Bill -- or George W mangle the English language any time you want!


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