The Perfect Position – Rockin’ Resumes (Part I of II)

You know exactly how you’re going to set up your desk, you’ve got an excellent outfit all picked out for your first day, and you even found a gorgeous leather shoulder bag to tote all of your important businesswoman necessities. You’re all ready for your new job. There’s just one problem: You don’t actually have a job yet.

After weeks of combing the want ads and pumping your friends and family for leads, you’ve compiled a list of jobs that are absolutely ideal. You just know they’ll love you when you go in for your interview. So how do you get the interview?

The key, my fabulous friend, is your resume. A good resume won’t just get your foot in the door; it’ll blow the door right off its hinges KICKASSTORRENT . And believe it or not, a seriously kickass resume is a lot easier than you might think. Check out this simple step-by-step process for creating a rocking resume in no time flat, and watch out for some common mistakes that I’ve found in working with twentysomething female job seekers.

Dumbbells (DBs) are a great way to get a cardio workout at home (or anyplace else you want to take them, for that matter). A few sets of mult-joint movements like squats, rows, or the like not only will help you build muscle, but also get you huffing and puffing better than any cardio workout kickass movie 2 . Do some full-body exercises like clean & press, snatch, or swing, and you’ve upped the ante just that much more. And by looking around classifieds, Craigslist, eBay, garage sales, or even buying them new, you can get plates for adjustable DB handles for super cheap. It’s the best of two worlds – great benefits at a great price!

However, the “spin-lock” handles you often often (the kind that have threaded ends with a star-like collar that spin onto the end like a giant nut on a bolt) can be kind of “iffy”. They come loose easily, and can often be dangerous. And the handles themselves are often cheaply made – they can bend, or the grip in the center of the handle will move around or get torn up. Because of all this, I recommend just building your own. It’s easier than you think, takes only a few minutes, will cost you less than $10, and best of all, when you’re done, you’ll have a super safe set of DB handles.

First, go to Lowes, Home Depot, or someplace similar. Go to the plumbing dept, and buy two length of galvanized tubing, each one being roughly 14-16″ long. The diameter of the tubing will be roughly one inch. Hint – take a small weight plate with you to test fit the tubing into the hole of the weight plate so you know what you’re getting will work.

After getting your tubing, you’ll need to also purchase 8 hose clamps (like you’d put on rubber hose or tubing). If you don’t have any sort of industrial strength brush-on glue or epoxy, pick up some of that, too. Then, on you way home, stop by a pharmacy or department store and pick up some athletic tape. You now have all you need.

When you get home, take one of the pieces of tubing, and mark the very center, length-wise. From here, measure out 2.5-3 inches each direction and make a mark. Place hose clamps on these marks – these will be your inner “collars” (you’ll be gripping the handle between these clamps). Brush some epoxy on the clamps and let dry. Repeat with the other piece of tubing. When you’re done, you should have 4 hose clamps left over.

The Gnutella client titled “Shareaza” was launched in July of 2002 by programmer Michael Stokes. Within a couple years he included compatible support for the eDonkey network, with BitTorrent, and then, shortly after, added a rewrite of source code for Gnutella 2 networks as well. Shareaza grew tremendously in popularity and job offers came pouring in to Mike for his great success with the cyber-nifty p2p file sharing program. Mike discluded further planned to work on the p2p application as the legal issues arose climatically during the time so he unveiled its source code to the public via the GNU on June 1, 2004 (the same time Shareaza V 2.0 was released). Projects like Mercora (a radio-type p2p sharing application) were more to his liking. The domain was later transferred to Jon Nilson, an acquainted alpha-tester of the dinosaur Shareaza version of old. He ran the name until 2007.
Red Alert: Ease of Use

Upon completion of installation, all you have to do is enter your name, any of course, and your email if you wish to be included in a feedback query. Next, you choose what your connection speed is; this question simply sets up uploading and downloading configurations when you begin connecting to networks and fellow file sharing peers. It’s also recommended to set your uploading speed very small, little to none at all, as there are so many people sharing the same files just a tiny bit adds up to a decent speed for file seekers.

All-In-One AntiSpam Filter: Why it Fails?

I typed in a search for hubpages on p2p file sharing. Naturally there isn’t going to be anyone sharing hubpages files or movies of their hubs like shown in this picture. Listed is what I call “ghostvirus” files or “spoofs”. ‘Lame brains’ put these on the server to see who is dumb enough to download them. Shareaza plainly states the files are unregulated and never monitored, possibly quite harmful to your computer if discretion is not used. Shareaza includes a recycle dumpster for the ghost files. Use it. Don’t do it. Your PC will most likely lose integrity and version or operating system may be toast!

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