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Thursday, December 29, 2016

Happy New Year 2017

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May this New Year brings you a peace filled life, warmth and togetherness in your family and much prosperity! Happy New Year!

Thursday, December 22, 2016

Merry Christmas 2016

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I hope that the lamps of joy lighten up your year, fill your days with sparkles of joy, and brighten up your life forever and ever.

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

How to Activate American Electric Power (AEP) Service

American Electric Power (AEP) is a major player in the electric generation industry in the United States servicing  more than 5.3 million customers accross 11 states. American Electric Power (AEP) is also one of the largest generators of electricity in the country with a 38,000 megawatts of generating capacity in the U.S. They also boast the country's biggest electricity transmission system having above more than 40,000-mile network that includes more 765-kilovolt extra-high voltage transmission lines than all other U.S. transmission systems combined.

The electric company's transmission system serves approximately 10% of 38 eastern and central U.S. states and eastern Canada (Eastern Interconnection), and 11% of the electricity demand in Texas (ERCOT). 

Their headquarters is in Columbus, Ohio.

If you are planning to live in an area covered by American Electric Power (AEP) and want to avail of their services here is how to activate your account:

1. Go to their website and access "Start & Stop Service" or simply click on this link:
2. Then you will need to enter the address where you'll need to activate the service. Or, you can just enter your meter number.
3. You will be asked the specific date when you want to begin service.
4. Fill up an information sheet about you and your account.
5. Provide your billing and service information.
6. You will need to provide a security deposit.

Deposits are required for new customers and existing or previous customers who haven’t consistently paid their bills on time. The security deposit will also earn 3.00% interest annually. Help Me Activate

Thursday, July 31, 2014

How to Make Money on the Internet

The internet has revolutionized the global workforce. Now, you can work at the comfort of your own home and your own computer. Check out some ways you can make money on the internet and how you succeed in the online marketplace.

Domain Names Flipping - Domain names are valuable internet real estate and some people actually make a nice living off of buying and selling them. One good way to earn from it is by using Google Adwords to search for keywords that are trending and use that information to buy domain names that you think may soon be in demand. However, since short, snappy, or straightforward domain names have already been mostly taken, you can also get lucky buying domain names that are random acronyms, as you never know when a person or company with those exact initials will decide to set up a website.

Online Surveys - doing online surveys won’t make you a millionaire but it will pay you for doing it. If you have lot's of time it can also add up.

Audio/Voice transcription - websites, podcast and others needs written transcripts for the hearing impaired, this means that transcriber jobs is needed regularly. Transcribing is generally low paying but is also easy, fast, and doesn’t require much commitment. oDesk has a lot of transcription job postings.

Online contests - this will only get you paid if you win so the strategy here is to look for a wide range of free contests in a field where you’re already have a lot of possible entries like photography, logo-making, background design and other then submit your work to as many contest you can. It might take a lot of time to do it but if you win then the reward will pay for it.

Affiliate Marketing - this is one way to make money online by promoting others products or services without having to stock up an inventory. Affiliate advertisements are usually incorporated into your website/blog/page through linked articles. You will find success here if your content is popular and compelling. It should also not look as a spam. If you have videos that you think will go viral, placing products on it will earn you great money. Check out a site like Commission Junction for possible products and services.

Monday, July 7, 2014

How to Speed up Booting on your Windows PC

To optimize speed and make your Windows PC boot faster, then get rid of useless startup apps. If you are tired of wasting a few minutes for all those little programs in the system tray start up in the background  just turn them off. Most often than not that those startup apps are not essential to run your system and those programs make your computer take longer to boot.

Windows 7

Windows 7, don't have its own tool like Windows 8 to disable those start up programs. In this case, you will run a third-party startup manager. You can use CCleaner. CCleaner includes an excellent startup manager alongside its main system-cleaning tool that will clean system caches to free up disk space.

CCleaner have a paid version but you can always use the FREE version. It will do everything you need. Install it, launch it, click the Tools tab and select “Startup.” Use CCleaner’s startup manager in the same way you’d use Windows 8’s. Choose programs you want to disable, right-click them and select “Disable.” Search for the name of a program online if you don’t understand exactly what it is or does. Unfortunately, CCleaner doesn’t track how much each startup program slows down your boot process.

Windows 8

Windows 8, has a very useful tool that lets you disable startup programs. Windows 8's startup manager will indicate how much each program is slowing down your startup process, so you can easily disable the worst offenders.

Here is how to use this tool: right-click your taskbar and select Task manager. Click the More details option and click the Startup tab.

Then choose which startup programs you want to disable. Look under the Startup Impact column — the programs with a “High” startup impact are slowing things down the most. If you’re not sure exactly what a program is, right-click it and select Search online to perform a search for the name of the program. This will help you understand exactly what a program is, so you can decide whether it actually needs to start at boot. To disable a program from starting automatically, right-click it and select Disable.