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Purchasing A Power Supply Unit For Your Computer by Jason Busch
... The PSU ExplosionOver the last few years, the number of manufacturers producing power supply units have increased almost exponentially. If the company makes computer fans or computer cases, chances are they also manufacture PSUs. This makes for a confusing market for the consumer because of the massive selection of power supplies and the varying differences in the quality of those power supplies. Determine What You NeedBefore you begin any type of shopping for a PSU, find the amount of ...

GPS For World Travelers by Simon Wyryzowski
... there are many language programs you can buy that allows you to look up phrases and words for your host country. In addition to being able to provide you amazing accuracy out of the box, a GPS unit can incorporate other complementary tools as well such as travel guides. Travel guides can futher enhance your enjoyability on the road and add a new layer of richess to your overall travel experience. There are many more programs, add-ons, and features that are available to the power user.

Craft Show Organizing 101 by Lauren Sorgaard
... Cover some shoes boxes with fabric, get some plastic crates and put some moss and twigs around them, use small shelving units you can pick up cheap at a discount store…use your imagination. Scatter smaller items randomly throughout your display, people are more likely to notice a small item they see several times rather than many small items in a basket. Once you have your display set up how you like it, you now have everything you will need for the show right there and ready to pack.

A Rough Guide to Everyday Mental Calculation! by Kenneth Williams
... Basically you just look at the figures and round them to the nearest convenient unit. (That's why we approximated $5.85 to $6). Example 2 Similarly for 330 pieces of turf @ 65 cents each, just find 300 × 70 = 21000 cents = $210. TIP When multiplying numbers ending in zeros e.g. 10 x 100 = 1000: you always end up with the number of zeros added. So 1000 x 30,000 = 30,000,000 (7 zeros) TIP Example 3 If there are more items in the bill you can still get a rough answer: 62 planks @ ...

How Much Is Your Home Worth? Ask Your San Diego Realtor! by J Harris
... What is the quality and condition of the units, how old are they, and what type of maintenance has been done in the past? • Basement. Whether there is only a crawl space versus a basement affects your selling price. Other features your realtor will evaluate is a partial versus a full basement, and whether it is unfinished, finished or partially finished. • Other Home Features. Some other features your realtor will look for are a den or study, the amount of closet and storage space, the ...

The Wonderful Future of Cell Phones by Amit Laufer
... These new Cell phones are going to be a multimedia center, a mobile office, a navigation device GPS (Global Positioning system), a computer with fast Internet access, a text messenger, a high resolution camera and video, a watch, a calculator, a PDA, an MP3 music player, TV and a Wallet! Yes, we will be able to pay with it for things we today pay with coins like vending soda or coffee machines as well as for parking space, trains and buses tickets etc’.

How To Subtract In Your Head by Murdo Macleod
... whether it's budgeting your household expenses, checking your change at the store, or installing that new shelving unit during a spot of home DIY. The problem is, you won't always have a calculator handy. Well fear not. Doing simple calculations in your head is just as easy and even faster than using a calculator. Here's a quick way to do basic subtraction without relying on any electronic gadget Suppose you offer 50 cents for something costing 18 cents.

New Window's Smartphone - You Will Love It! by Rene Tse
... These Windows Mobile-based units (Samsung SCH-1600 and the Motorola MPX200) are designed for one-handed use. This is a big, big plus. Everything you need you can access by pushing buttons. There are no pesky pop-ups, pulldowns or overlapping win­dows." "So are you juggling with your fingers a lot when use the the phone?" Greg laughed. "No. I hate to disappoint you, but I'm not some clown. It's easy to use. Most of the features I just access with my thumb." "What's the screen like?" "It ...

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