Monthly Archives: January 2011

RichKidSmartKid.com – Give your children a financial education head start!

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RichKidSmartKid.com – Give your children a financial education head start!.

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157 of the Most Useful Websites on the Internet | The Social Media Guide

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I have compiled a small list of websites, across a wide variety of topics.. that you may find useful,

1. 280slides.com – create beautiful presentations, access them from anywhere, and share them with the world

2. alertful.com – quickly setup email reminders for important events

3. animoto.com – assembles stunning slideshows

4. aviary.com/myna – an online audio editor that lets record, and remix audio clips online

5. awesomehighlighter.com – easily highlight the important parts of a web page

6. bing.com/images – automatically find perfectly-sized wallpapers for mobiles

7. bounceapp.com – for capturing full length screenshots of web pages

8. boxoh.com – track the status of any shipment on Google Maps

9. bubbl.us – create mind-maps, brainstorm ideas in the browser

10. buzzfeed.com – never miss another Internet meme or viral video

more …

via 157 of the Most Useful Websites on the Internet | The Social Media Guide.

How to raise a child who listens well | BabyCenter

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Being a good listener is critical to your child’s success at school. If he can’t follow directions, whether on the playground (“Pick a partner and pass the ball back and forth across the field”) or in the classroom (“Take out a number 2 pencil and open your test booklets to page 1”) — he’ll have a tough time learning. Children who are good listeners also have an advantage socially — they tend to be very good friends to others.

via How to raise a child who listens well | BabyCenter.

7 Resources for Handling Digital Life After Death

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Death is a fact of life. When someone dies, they’re no longer physically here, but their digital self lives on. There are more than 5 million accounts on Facebook that are inactive due to death, according to the calculations of BlackBook Media’s Executive Editor Chris Mohney. And that’s just Facebook. Think about all of the other social sites and online services out there – the number of abandoned accounts due to death must be enormous.

After someone passes away, their digital assets live on in the form of computer files and data online. For some, that’s not a big deal. But for others, the thought of leaving digital assets unattended for eternity after death is unthinkable. Luckily, there are a number of services that allow you to delete, update, or transfer account information after you — or someone you care about — is gone.

Here are seven services that help manage a digital life after death. If you’ve heard of other services that also handle these services, add your thoughts in the comments below.

via 7 Resources for Handling Digital Life After Death.