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April 2015

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Here's the place to go when you want to give away things you no longer need -- or look to see what others are offering to give away with no strings attached.

This extensive network is made up of over 5,000 local groups with over eight million members across the globe. It's a grassroots and entirely nonprofit movement of people who are giving (& getting) stuff for free in their home towns. Each local group is moderated by a local volunteer and there is no cost to belong. The network keeps over 300 tons a day out of landfills by turning trash into treasure.

Once you are at the group page that covers your area, you'll find living room furniture, paintings, computer stuff - just about anything you'd find at a yard sale - and then some.

Stop by and see this in action. Do a little search - who knows you might pick up some good stuff!

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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.

We'll bet that these travel tips from will save you time and aggravation on your next trip. You've probably used a few of these neat ideas, but there are sixty of them with helpful illustrations giving you a good chance to discover something new.

Here are a few examples

1. If you forgot to bring your phone charger, use the USB input on the back of your hotel room's TV.

2. Take a snap of where you parked your car before entering the airport. You'll be glad you did when you return from your trip!

3. If you forget an auxiliary speaker, place your phone or MP3 player inside an empty glass. It will double as a loudspeaker.

4. Use shower caps to pack your shoes. This helps keep other items in your suitcase from getting soiled

And there are 56 more tips at your fingertips. Lots of good stuff.

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Want to keep track of natural disasters all over the World? Here's the place the get a visual and text report on just about every type of disaster you can imagine.

You can stay up-to-date on earthquakes, hurricanes, volcanos, tsunamis, bio-hazards, nuclear events, wildfires, floods - even earth approaching objects.

The National Association of Radio Distress-Signaling and Info-communications (RSOE) operates the Emergency and Disaster Information Service (EDIS) to monitor and document all the events on the Earth which may cause disaster or emergency. The main objective is to manage information about events endangering the safety of our own country. They use the speed and the data spectrum of the internet to gather information. They also monitor and process several foreign organizations' data to get quick and certified information.

Want to find out when the next earth-approaching object will sail on by and how close it will come. At this writing it'll be tomorrow. It's known as "R115". It's 51 mile in diameter and it will come within 34.2 LDs from Earth. To comfort yourself look up "Distance: LD".

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Want to set up an email message to be sent on any date you pick in any year at any time during the next 30 years? How about a reminder each week for the next year to the children to take out the trash, clean up their room and do their homework? How about a note to yourself each day for the next month to lay off cake, cookies and ice cream?

This is a simple service. Just type in the address of your desired recipient, your message, select the date you want the message sent and click "Send to the future"

It's as easy as that. Let your imagination take over from there!

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