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How to choose a laptop

Computing world evolved faster than we expected and there are a new product on the line everyday and sometimes this can be quite confusing. One of the most popular product in the computer market is the laptops. For some, there’s no need for one but for others, they really need one but how do they make the wise choice? Here’s a general guide on how to choose a laptop.


Do I need a laptop?

This is the most important point of all. If you need portability, need to work on different places, always traveling and needs to be working on the go, you definitely need a laptop. Otherwise, save your money and buy a desktop computer.

Work or leisure?

It’s true that some laptops are able to be a portable gaming station since the specification are really high, but do you need really need one? Most laptops can be used for office works, surfing the internet, play movies and listen to mp3, but if you need to play high end graphic games, go get a desktop. No need for wasting money on really high end laptops just to play games unless you’re damn rich! And if you just want something really small, really portable, just to surf the internet and listening to songs, you can just get a netbook.

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Chelation therapy

I talked about chelation therapy a while back and I received a lot of Google searches from people all over the world looking for information on the product. It seems that more and more people exposed to chelation therapy each day and they are eager to look for more information on the internet.


The two most commonly used method for chelation therapy is intravenous chelation therapy and oral chelation therapy. Intravenous chelation therapy means administering the chelation product through the veins by needles and this should be done properly by the trained doctors and nurses at the hospitals and clinics. This is why most people didn’t really like this type of chelation therapy and prefer the other method.

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Thicker Business Cards Stand Out in Crowd

Open your desk drawer or wallet and pull out a business card – any business card will do and this is not the start of a conjuring trick!

I want you to feel the card – how does it fit with your fingers; does it feel robust; does it say, “I’m good quality” or is it simply a floppy piece of card with some numbers on it?  Ask yourself seriously if it looks and feels right and now ask if it could be better!


Of course it can be better but so often business cards are relegated to low priority when it comes to design and quality and yet these little pieces of paper and card are working for your business and your image 24/7 and 365 days a year.

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Getting know your credit card

I’m sure most of us who are already working have credit cards, some students might use students credit card or debit card and some people just prefer debit cards since they’re cautious with their spending and might not want to overspend their money. Whatever the reason is, there’s no reason to be afraid of credit cards if you use it wisely. I’m sure a lot of people applied for the reward credit cards, some might have business credit cards issues by their respective company for business purposes and some student have student credit cards for their spendings. Let’s look at the two other credit card types that people might not know.


For the people who have a bad credit report, they might have to use Secured Credit Cards. A secured credit card is a credit card where you need to put a cash collateral deposit which will be your credit limit for the account. As an example, if you put $200 on the card, then your maximum charge on the card will be $200. Usually, you have the option to put in a further deposit to extend the credit limit and if you track record of payment is good, the bank might award you a further credit limit without further deposit to the account.

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