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October 2013

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A friend told us that, while he was in law school, his professor showed the class that it is often more difficult to explain a position in 500 words than in 10,000 words. This one trick pony helps to automatically summarize long pages of text.

You simply copy and paste the text to be summarized into the "Summarizer box", select the number of sentences you wish the text to be reduced to, click "Summarize" and -Shazam -- the summary appears in the results box below.

The summary may not be to your complete liking. For example it may omit an important point you wish to retain. This is easy to fix. Simply edit the results to your liking. Often a simple copy/paste from the original text will do the trick. With a little tweaking you will usually end up with a shorter, more concise masterpiece.

No download required ---it's all web based. And it's not a budget buster - and it's on the house!

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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.

These people are amazing and have been recognized internationally for beginning to change the way education is delivered. They provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere. All of their resources are completely free of charge -- forever, regardless of whether you're a student, teacher, home-schooler, principal, coach, adult returning to the classroom after 20 years, or a space travelling alien just trying to get a leg up in earthly biology or customs.

Just sign up and choose from thousands of lessons in the extensive library of content, including math, science topics such as biology, chemistry, and physics -- that even reaches into the humanities along with coverage on business, real estate, finance and history. This combined with a powerful back-end, unprecedented visibility for coaches, parents, and teachers along with interactive challenges and assessments accessible from any web connected computer.

A pretty savvy fellow named Bill Gates sees this the same way we do - he describes this service as "amazing" and called what they are doing " -- a glimpse at the future of education."

Pretty smart folks!

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This great place is well worth checking out if you enjoy revisiting musical memories. The top 100 songs are listed for every year starting in 1946. One click and any one that you chose is playing for you.

Here are a few that you old-timers may (or may not!) remember from each decade:

Let it Snow, Let it Snow 1946
The Yellow Rose of Texas 1955
The Twist 1962
For All We Know 1971
Miami Vice Theme 1985
I Will Always Love You 1993
Crazy in Love 2003
Just the Way You Are 2011

Many have all the words scrolling as the songs play. Most of the later top songs are presented in video --and every once in a while you'll get some trivia about the song. Tip: you can listen to just one song - or pick a year and each song from that year will play in order - automatically.

There are over 6000 more, representing this treasure of top songs from over six decades of the best, brought to you from the good folks at Billboard Magazine.

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We're sure that you have scratched your head and thought "That e-mail is too good to be true". If you did, you were right. They're out there trying to pocket your money using one of the many scams that pass through our e-mail boxes every day from the fraudsters - the scam artists - the bad guys who are using the internet to try to get into your wallet.

Visit this great resource and you can wade through the dozens of scam types including banking, adoption, employment, finance and trading, next of kin, real estate, travel and even romance scams. Each category contains copies of actual emails and members' analysis and comments regarding the e-mail. You may also go to master lists of purported scammers and read about their stinky exploits.

Keep in mind that this is a member driven site which can lead to errors. However it appears to be well monitored. Given that, if this site can help to keep you away from the bad guys, it's worth bookmarking.

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