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Printer ink isn't sexy but ounce for ounce it is more expensive than a bottle of Dom Perignon Champagne. Take a look at this funny clip and spread the word.
25 Jul 2007
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Discover Secrets That Companies Do Not Want You To Know About Hair Loss
19 Jan 2008
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Mark Martin of CBN News reports on how your weight may be affecting your health and your wealth.
30 Jan 2008
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12 Feb 2008
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Arthur Heinmaa Toron Managing partner discusses the hidden fees of day trading and the benefits of long term investing vs. short term buy and sells.
22 Feb 2008
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Have you ever asked yourself Where have all the good women gone. Open your eyes to the possibilities and date singles of other races, visit
25 Feb 2008
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When you receive the Seal you will see global warming as the sign of the End-times coming. You will see the speeding up of the current melting of the Greenland ice sheet which is already raising sea levels worldwide.
28 Feb 2008
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Ever wander what it costs to start video blogging but found you never had the time to look into it. Todays video tells you just that!
4 Apr 2008
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At what cost do we sap our trees to make syrup for our pancakes? This was for an MIT 346 video production class. Our objective was to create a documentary that would have viewers reveal truths they normally wouldn't think about. Some Facts: - The Maple Syrup is a 15 million dollar industry in Canada alone. (Annual) - Serious harm can be done to Maple Trees if incorrect sapping procedure is followed. There are strict rules associated with sapping trees. They have to be the right age before any sap can be excreted (at least 20 years old). There is a maximum number of allowed tapholes(4 in large trees);any more could harm the health of a tree. Improper taphole procedure could leave trees vulnerable to decay and insect infestations (which also leads to the eventual death of the tree). - The temperature has to be just right before trees can be safely tapped. That means no tapping when the wood is still frozen, or it may lead to a large, unrecoverable wound called a "cambium" How many maple syrup related deaths are there in maple trees today? Well to be honest I don't know because that information has not been tabulated. I'm asking a question that no one has bothered to ask because they think it to be redundant. It's these kinds of "little" things that go unnoticed and become a huge epidemic down the road when maple trees are gone. We never know, maybe maple syrup production is affecting the health of the tree. The pressures to meet maple syrup quotas for distributors are there, and some may be pressured into puncturing an additional tap hole. 1 million + liters of syrup is produced every year in Ontario alone. Multiply that by the number of syrup-producing provinces (Quebec produced 24,769,000 litres in 2005 alone), combine that with syrup producers in northern United States and around the world and you have tons of maple bush/orchard operators. Imagine if every single one of those distributors harmed/crippled 1 tree every year (whether it be by accident or intentional), that's a lot of trees to be injuring. The pressures to push a tree beyond it's producing capabilities are there. Working in the maple syrup industry is a timely business, with trees taking up to 20 years to become healthy enough to bore even one taphole. The pressures to rush a tree to withstand an additional taphole is there. Since Maple Syrup production does not require a license (in Ontario), environment inspectors are not required to inspect the health of tapped trees. There could be a huge unknown number of illegal tapping procedures that are going undocumented. This purpose of this video was to raise awareness that this could be an inevitable threat. It's also not only supposed to shed light on a lesser known threat of sapping, but to also support the "stop deforesting" movement. Let's love trees again people.
9 Apr 2008
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Every week 32 million of us shop in British supermarkets. But as supermarkets continue to push for lower prices and higher profits -- who is paying the cost?
10 Apr 2008
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Larry Sills with Standard Motor Products has seen warranty returns increase as a result of vehicle complexity. He estimates more than 50 percent of those returns are the result of installer error. How does the industry deal with that?
9 May 2008
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18 Jun 2008
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Liquid Computing developed a fully-converged communications and computing platform that harnesses the power of virtualization technology to reduced data center operation expenses by requiring less resources for administration, space and power.
12 Jul 2008
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6:24 It's a well known fact that sometimes you can learn a lot by watching how other marketers do business. This is the next best thing! the 90 day Powerseller is the most viral product on eBay and about the same price as Big Mac
1 Aug 2008
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Get a cheaper shave by using an old-fashioned "double edge" razor. See my channel page and blog for lots more information.
9 Feb 2009
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$200-400 billion. That’s what it would cost the US economy to go carbon neutral, according to a panel of greentech investment experts last week at the GoingGreen event in San Francisco. Panelists: * Paul Deninger, Vice Chairman, Jeffries & Co * Bob McCooey, SVP Global Capitol Markets, NASDAQ * Josh Margolis, CEO, Cantor CO2e * John Gimigliano, Partner, Energy & Sustainability Practice, KPMG * Elise Zoli, Partner, Goodwin Procter For more:
27 Sep 2008
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