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April 2012

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Do you know all of your neighbors? Do you have their phone numbers? Do you know how to spell their names? Do you have their phone numbers?

You can get all of this information with ease here. Just type in your address and, Shazam - an aerial map pops up with every neighbor's house shown along with their names and phone numbers. Often you will see their spouse and children's' names with the correct spelling.

There are other bells and whistles - like help for organizing a block party. But, even if you're not into block parties, the quick and easy access to the other information makes this place worth a visit!

Useful place!

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We'll bet you know someone who could use a typing refresher course - or learn from scratch. Some of the typing courses cost big bucks, but you can waltz right in to this typing school - get admitted - and waltz out typing like a wiz - for free!

Because this is a Web-based course, there are no downloads required. You can take the 27 guided lessons to learn step-by-step from the beginning. And you'll learn how to type correctly in just a few hours using all of your fingers - not just the two you are accustomed to!

Good program - and the price is right!

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Should you bow, kiss a cheek, shake hands or scratch your heard? If you travel or do business internationally you'll want to check out this great place and its handy cultural tool.

This simple online tool is a great place for people looking for some intercultural business communication tips when working with people from different cultures. All you do is choose your own country and another country. With a click, these nice folks produce a graph that shows the major differences between the two cultures. The graphs depict four dimensions they call: Power Distance, Individuality, Uncertainty Avoidance and Masculinity.

With another click, you can then get some insightful intercultural business communication tips for working with that culture. While there, you should also check out their Country Etiquette Guides.

Great for reference when you're on the move!

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Want to save some serious money? You've come to the right place - a place that helps carpoolers get together.

They have put the power of the Internet to work, connecting commuters or cross-country travelers going the same way. Put two people together in one car instead of separately in two cars, and the greenhouse emissions are cut in half. This can provide a significant impact. You still get where you want to go, while saving the environment and plenty of cash. Maybe you'll even make a new friend or two.

Once you register, you simply list what you want or have. You can search listings and reply to other listings by clicking on the appropriate link.

Yahoo calls this the: "Most popular ride sharing site". And Google says it's: "Most relevant & highly regarded".

Nice folks - and it's on the house (and in the car!).

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