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November 2013

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This may be the most secret site on the web! Want to find out something many folks try hard to keep secret - their birth date - especially the year they were born.

This gem is the personal project of a genealogist, historian and database wizard who delves into a myriad of databases and develops improved ways to access the information there. Although this birthday search page is a little clunky and doesn't sparkle with colorful images, it delivers the goods right along with the birth year.

This secret site (until now) also allows you to narrow your search by age range and geographically so your results page is well focused on the individual you are searching for.

The database appears to have birthdays on about fifty percent of the US population and that's a pretty healthy average. In addition - there is no cost to access this interesting information.

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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.

Did you ever think that perhaps there was too much information about you on the web - like your birthday? Think maybe you have signed up for too many networks and shared too much personal information? Think that the networks are stealing your valuable time? If so, here's a trick to get you out of the hassle.

These folks estimate that there are over 40 major social networking sites on the web and have selected their estimate of the top 40 time wasters. Among these are: Facebook, Flickr, Google +, Instagram, Twitter, WhatsApp and YouTube. They set up a system that you can use when any one or more of these networks begins to interfere with your daily routine. Just go to their handy grid and click the network from which you wish to vanish.

Shazam - your outta there!

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What browser are you using? Statistics show that web travelers are increasingly using alternate browsers. For example a compilation of the latest studies shows that Chrome leads the non-mobile browser pack with 46%, followed by Internet Explorer at 21% and Firefox at 17%. Others like Opera and Safari, trail in single digits. These statistics are quite surprising when compared to Internet Explorer's commanding 91.35% lead in 2004.

Want to easily try the alternates - all from one place? With one click, this great place tells you what browser and version you are using - lets you know if it is the current version and gives you direct links to download the other most browsers including : Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox and Opera.

Knowing that you can install as many different browsers as you like (and safely run them simultaneously), this is good place to get adventurous with the flick of a finger.

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Next time you need a legal form -- of just about any other type of form - here's the place to go. We usually talk about great places that are free of charge - but this one can be so massively helpful and is so comparatively inexpensive that it needs mention.

You can browse through hundreds of professionally and legally prepared forms that are easy to find either by category or with the handy search function. For example enter "Business Plan" and you will find a package of five forms for the development of a complete business plan for $14.95 - about one tenth of the cost from other sources.

Just about any legal form you can imagine is there and customized for your state. Wills, confidentiality, trusts, partnerships, notes, deeds, finder's fees -- we'd be surprised if you don't find just about any form you need in 60 seconds or less.

Great time and money saver!

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