blind_html Fwd: Kim Komando Show Daily News - Wednesday, May 6, 2009

  • From: Nimer Jaber <nimerjaber1@xxxxxxxxx>
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  • Date: Wed, 06 May 2009 07:22:42 -0600

Are you hungry? Well, look at one of the articles here for a free KFC lunch.

Nimer J

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*English schools to stress computer technology* <> England is overhauling its primary-school curriculum. Knowledge of computer technology is considered essential. Surprisingly, though, science is no longer a core subject.

*Bill would legalize online gambling* <;jsessionid=IN4UDX3PS5NEIQSNDLPCKH0CJUNN2JVN?articleID=217300198> Barney Frank plans legislation to legalize online gambling. Proponents say government regulation would help protect consumers. What do you think? Hit the Message Board <>!

*South Carolina ready to sue Craigslist* <> South Carolina's attorney general is threatening to sue Craigslist. He says it isn't doing enough to bar prostitution ads. He wants sex-related ads removed from South Carolina sites by May 15.

*Relatively few Web users ditch papers* <> Twenty-two percent of Web users have canceled print newspapers. They can get the same content online. But 61 percent would miss print editions if they disappeared.

*Amateur science sites help research* <> You've heard of citizen journalism. Now, citizen science is on the Web. Amateurs are collecting information about plants, animals and weather. It is proving valuable to some scientists.

*eBay fakes good news for archeologists* <> Archeologists feared eBay would spur illicit antiquities sales. But fakes flooded the market. Direct sales destroyed prices and intermediaries. And looters, never well paid, need a day job.

*Google faces criticism over historical maps* <> Historical Japanese maps on Google Earth have caused a stir. They show former low-caste areas. The maps could fuel prejudice and discrimination. The Justice Ministry is investigating.

*Who says you can't get a free lunch?* <>
KFC is giving away a coupon for a two-piece meal. Print it off the Internet. Start early---the site will be busy! Speaking of coupons, how safe are coupon-printing programs? I have the answer <>!

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Every day, Team Komando produces some of the best content you'll find anywhere on the Internet. Here is a sampling of what's new on our site today!

. *Video of the Day* <>: Special effects make fakes seem real. But could they make real things seem fake? One photographer does just that.

. *Cool Site of the Day* <>: It's helpful to know what people find interesting on your site. Most analytics programs are costly. But Google's is free.

. _*A Prize A Day* <>_: I'm giving over $40,000 in prizes away in my Spring Stimulus Giveaway <>! Today, enter to win Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Product Red Version <> ($219 value). It has the power, security and mobility features you need for work and entertainment features you want for fun. Plus, this week you'll also be entered to win this week's weekly prize: a PlayStation 2 -- Buzz! Mega Quiz Package <>! Enter here now <> for your chance to win! And remember, winners are picked every day. Click here <> to see if you've won!

. *Digital Minute, on your radio* <>: State governments want to tax online purchases. But is this a good idea, given the state of the economy?

. *Free Download of the Day* <>: The economy has made going out to eat difficult. Luckily, the Web has coupons for your favorite restaurants.

. *Tip on the site* <>: A dip in the toilet will do a digital camera no good. It needs to be dried thoroughly before using it. A bowl of rice might work.


There's more below, but first a word from us...

Practical Gadgets <> USB Rechargeable Batteries <> VCR to PC Converter <> Anti-Theft iPod Locks <>

*Are neighbors using your wireless network?* <> An unsecured wireless connection is an open invitation. But before you go pointing fingers, read my handy tip. It will help you find out if you have intruders on your wireless network.

*Transferring movies to the iPhone* <> So, you have an iPhone. You want to watch movies and TV shows on the go. This is easier said than done. But I'll show you how to get your videos onto the iPhone.

See you tomorrow!
Kim :)


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