Thursday, 12 July 2012

Words on the street

I took my camera for a walk down Queen Street and Ossington Avenue this afternoon and shot about 60 photos. Going through them, I noticed a pattern: I shot a lot of words today.

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Tuesday, 13 March 2012

Joye Roy - Resume

Howdy! I'm one of the group organizers of FoxyStilezArticles, a hungry young web content writing collective. We write content in English for intercontinental web viewers, and are at your disposal for articles and other content generation for your web page. Below you can see my curriculum vitae, and you might be able to find other group organizers and team members' resumes on this site. At the bottom of my curriculum vitae, you'll check out some examples of our written articles. For employment requests, you should reach us using the form on this site and we will answer as soon as we can.

Curriculum Vitae

Joye Roy

5809 Creek Road

Virginia Richmond


Graduated Magna Cum Laude from Syracuse University

10 years of writing experience (mainly for Online viewers)

Great competency in Spanish

Committed, team-oriented worker with a aptitude for details

Employment Experience

FoxyStilezArticles, San Francisco USA

1998 - Present

Staff Manager

Accountable for setting up a worldwide workforce of copy writers to meet a complex set of output goals and objectives.

- Set unprecedented records for output, expanding production by 10% around the world

- Correctly operated absolutely consistent records of project distribution

- Maintained quality control for world wide creation across a considerable workforce of freelance writers

Additional Abilities

Fluent in Spanish

State-of-the-art skills using a huge selection of office software programs

Examples of Published Works

toyota corolla parts catalog | remove window tinting | timing chain cover | nissan oem parts catalog | oem parts | mazda parts online | mazda oem parts | water damaged cars for sale | electrical contractor ontario | window installation | discount area rugs in Toronto | sectional sofas in Toronto area | heart disease in women | pa cabin rentals | internet providers by zip code | Dallas colleges and universities | new york state community colleges | what is a ged | timing belt replacement cost | muffler repair shops | nursery decorating ideas | how to test for mold | bathroom magazine holder | outdoor fireplaces | cork flooring in basement | cheap decorating ideas for bedroom | walk in closet design ideas | at home deep conditioning treatment | chinese food recipe | attic insulation guide | bathroom decoration ideas | exam tables | asbestosis | asbestos in homes | home decorating catalog | modern wallpaper for walls | industrial dehumidifier | waterproofing a basement | how to decorate a living room | fireplace designs ideas | river basin | hult center eugene oregon

Tuesday's Tribulations

Turning technology into tech knowledge since 1989.

Sgt. Pepper changed the world on this day 1967. Come together.

Marilyn Monroe (1926) and Brigham Young (1801) were born on this day.
AMD announced several new chips at Computex in Taiwan today. The chips, based on Socket 939, include the Athlon 3500+ and 3800+ are clocked at 2.2 GHz and 2.4GHz repectively and carry 512 KByte of L2 cache and dual-channel memory controller. The new 64-bit Athlon FX-53 processor, clocked at 2.4 GHz, continues to ship with one megabyte of L2 cache. All three chips have AMD's NX technology, which when used in conjunction with Windows XP SP-2, prevents buffer overflow attacks by limiting access to memory.

China is clamping down on online games. The government has established a censorship committee to review existing online games. Publishers must get approval from the Ministry of Culture before selling any new games in China.

Good news for Vonage and the cell phone companies. Verizon has been letting customers keep DSL access even when they cancel telephone service. Naked DSL (yes that's what they call it) from Verizon is $34.95/month.

Time-Warner CEO Richard Parsons says its important that some "Internet fairy dust gets sprinkled on AOL." America Online has been losing members - 2.2 million last year - to broadband, but Parsons hasn't given up on the online service. "Our challenge is to articulate to Wall Street that there is a Yahoo inside AOL." AOL launches a new broadband ad campaign today. Time-Warner's stock price has tumbled from $57 three years ago to $17 today, chiefly on concerns about the future of AOL.

Robert X. Cringley has a great article about hacking the Linksys 802.11g Wireless Access Point to turn it into a complete WISP solution. Slashdot notes similar projects like EWRT and Wi-Fi Box.

Monday, 12 March 2012

Jaimie Clarke - CV

Aloha! I am one of the crew managers of FoxyStilezArticles, a well-known Internet article writing company. We all write articles in English for world wide online viewers, and are ready for written content building for your online business. Down the page you may find my curriculum vitae, and of course you'll be able to read other crew managers and team members' CV's on this internet site. At the bottom of my curriculum vitae, you will view some samples of our exhibited works. For job enquiries, you should email us with the contactform on this web site and we'll reply as soon as possible.

Curriculum Vitae

Jaimie Clarke

2187 Nathan Drive

Utah Salt Lake City


Graduated With Honors from Belmont University

10 years of crafting experience (specifically for Electronic viewers)

Great fluency in Spanish and English

Professional, business-oriented employee with a taste for details

Job Experience

FoxyStilezArticles, London GB

2002 - Present

Publishing Team Manager

Responsible for planning a international staff of authors to suit a challenging set of output goals and objectives.

- Set unprecedented records for productivity, boosting production by 20% around the world

- Correctly managed absolutely consistent records of task distribution

- Managed QA for worldwide production across a large staff of copy writers

Additional Skills

Competent in Spanish and English

Advanced skills with a full range of office software programs

Examples of Published Posts

cottage rentals in ontario | used tires columbus ohio | used tires st louis | how to rotate tires | changing tires | tires and their mounting | transmission fluid change cost | rebuilt transmission prices | most fuel efficient cars 2012 | design your own car | paint your car | oil change price | bradford white water heater | fix a leaky faucet | e file tax returns | online college degrees | toilet is clogged | average cost of braces | gateway on your network | federal taxes due date | christie agatha | best practices for teaching | pictures of italian food | best mud tires | cheap auto parts

Wednesday We Want Money

More tales of corporate greed in today's thrilling tech news summary.

Venus will transit the Sun June 8 for the first time since 1882. The trip takes six hours. Kallahar only took six minutes to go from LA to Oregon.

James Gibbs patented the sewing machine on this day in 1857. The first night baseball game under lights was played in Ft. Wayne in 1883. Surveyor I made the first soft lunar landing in 1966.
Looks like the ad sales guys got to the Yahoo programmers. The new Yahoo toolbar, which contains a "spyware scanner" from Pest Patrol doesn't, in fact, remove the loathsome Gator and WhenU unless you check a box each time you scan. Yahoo has a partnership with Gator creator Claria. I'm sticking with Spybot, thank you very much.

And yet another entry in the Annals of Greed... Paul Graham wrote his "Plan for Spam" advocating the use of Bayesian filters in August, 2002. In December, 2002, Network Associates applied for a broad-based patent on anti-spam technologies including, what a coincidence, Bayesian filters. The pathetic USPTO just approved that patent. No word yet on how NAI will apply their patent, but it could impact every spam program out there including numerous free open source programs like SpamBayes and Spam Assassin. Symantec and Postini also have patents on anti-spam techniques. Read the discussion on Slashdot.

The original greedy buzzards, the record companies, are considering employing copy protection from Macrovision and SunComm that will limit the number of copies you can make of an audio CD. The protection could be applied to digital downloads, as well.

Sony is abandoning the Clié in the US, citing plummeting sales for PDAs. The company will focus on cell phones instead. Analysts say the increasing popularity of smart phones combined with a weak upgrade market in PDAs is killing the category. That's kind of a shame - Cliés were the most advanced of the Palm devices and the UX-50 with keyboard, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and camera may have been the coolest PDA ever.

Intel has announced three new Mobile Pentium 4 processors: the 538, 532, and 518 run at 3.2, 3.06, and 2.8 GHz respectively and are intended for desktop replacement notebooks. They're based on the 90nm Prescott chip. There's a new Celeron M, too, employing half the cache of the Pentium M.

Intel also plans to work with CollabNet to release the source code for a reference BIOS later this year in an effort to make PC boot-ups more consistent and reliable. The BIOS will be released under the CPL.

Sun says it will open source Solaris, its proprietary OS based on UNIX. Expect a licensing model similar to Java. COO Jonathan Schwartz said that while open sourcing Solaris was inevitable, Sun wants to avoid the splintering into distributions that's happened in the Linux world.

The first beta of Microsoft's Windows Media Player 10 should ship tomorrow. The chief new feature will be the ability to synchronize music libraries with MP3 players ala iTunes. Not surprising since Microsoft has announced it plans to take on the iPod with a device that will "look and feel as good" for as little as $50. CORRECTION: Paul Thurrott points out that Microsoft didn't say they were going to make the devices, just support them with software.

I'm going to Case Western in my next life. Students now have access to fiber in their dorm rooms, and there's a wireless 802.11g network campus-wide.

Strongman Robert Mugabe has clamped down on Zimbabwean ISPs, requiring them to notify the government of any "malicious" e-mail messages. Last year 14 people were arrested for circulating an anti-Mugabe email. ISPs say they don't have the technology to monitor all the emails going through their systems. Hey, just ask the FBI - we've got a great system here in the States.