Monday, January 4, 2010
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Saturday, February 14, 2009
- For years we have wondered if time travel is possible. Meet a man who claims to have done it and met his future self.
Real estate is a legal term (in some jurisdictions, notably in the USA, United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia) that encompasses land along with anything permanently affixed to the land, such as buildings, specifically property that is fixed in location. Real estate law is the body of regulations and legal codes which pertain to such matters under a particular jurisdiction. Real estate is often considered synonymous with real property (also sometimes called realty), in contrast with personal property (also sometimes called chattel or personalty under chattel law or personal property law).
However, in some situations the term "real estate" refers to the land and fixtures together, as distinguished from "real property," referring to ownership rights of the land itself.[clarification needed]
Real estate in Mexico and Central America
The real estate business in Mexico and Central America is different from the way that it is conducted in the United States.
Some similarities include a variety of legal formalities (with professionals such as real estate agents generally employed to assist the buyer); taxes need to be paid (but typically less than those in U.S.); legal paperwork will ensure title; and a neutral party such as a title company will handle documentation and monies in order to smoothly make the exchange between the parties. Increasingly, U.S. title companies are doing work for U.S. buyers in Mexico and Central America.
Prices are often much cheaper than most areas of the U.S., but in many locations prices of houses and lots are as expensive as the U.S., one example being Mexico City. U.S. banks have begun to give home loans for properties in Mexico, but, so far, not for other Latin American countries.
One important difference from the United States is that each country has rules regarding where foreigners can buy. For example, in Mexico, foreigners cannot buy land or homes within 50 km of the coast or 100 km from a border unless they hold title in a Mexican Corporation or a Fideicomiso (a Mexican trust). In Honduras, however, they may buy beach front property directly in their name. There are also different special rules regarding certain types of property: ejidal land – communally held farm property – can only be sold after a lengthy entitlement process, but that does not prevent them from being offered for sale.
Many websites advertising and selling Mexican and Central American real estate exist, but they may need to be researched.
In Costa Rica, real estate agents do not need a license to operate, but the transfer of property requires a lawyer.
With the development of private property ownership, real estate has become a major area of business. Purchasing real estate requires a significant investment, and each parcel of land has unique characteristics, so the real estate industry has evolved into several distinct fields. Specialists are often called on to valuate real estate and facilitate transactions. Some kinds of real estate businesses include:
- Appraisal: Professional valuation services
- Brokerages: A fee charged by the mediator who facilitates a real estate transaction between the two parties.
- Development: Improving land for use by adding or replacing buildings
- Property management: Managing a property for its owner(s)
- Real estate marketing: Managing the sales side of the property business
- Real estate investing: Managing the investment of real estate
- Relocation services: Relocating people or business to a different country
- Corporate Real Estate: Managing the real estate held by a corporation to support its core business—unlike managing the real estate held by an investor to generate income
Within each field, a business may specialize in a particular type of real estate, such as residential, commercial, or industrial property. In addition, almost all construction business effectively has a connection to real estate.
"Internet Real Estate" is a term coined by the internet investment community relating to ownership of domain names and the similarities between high quality internet domain names and real-world, prime real estate.
Friday, February 13, 2009
Background and origins
While a student at the University of Texas at Austin in 1984, Michael Dell founded the company as PC's Limited with capital of $1000. Operating from Michael Dell's off-campus dorm-room at Dobie Center , the startup aimed to sell IBM PC-compatible computers built from stock components. Michael Dell started trading in the belief that by selling personal computer-systems directly to customers, PC's Limited could better understand customers' needs and provide the most effective computing solutions to meet those needs. Michael Dell dropped out of school in order to focus full-time on his fledgling business, after getting about $300,000 in expansion-capital from his family.
In 1985, the company produced the first computer of its own design — the "Turbo PC", sold for US$795 — which contained an Intel 8088-compatible processor running at a speed of 8 MHz. PC's Limited advertised the systems in national computer-magazines for sale directly to consumers, and custom-assembled each ordered unit according to a selection of options. This offered buyers prices lower than those of retail brands, but with greater convenience than assembling the components themselves. Although not the first company to use this model, PC's Limited became one of the first to succeed with it. The company grossed more than $73 million in its first year of trading.
The company changed its name to "Dell Computer Corporation" in 1988. In 1989, Dell Computer set up its first on-site-service programs in order to compensate for the lack of local retailers prepared to act as service centers. Also in 1987, the company set up its first operations in the Ireland; eleven more international operations followed within the next four years. In June 1988, Dell's market capitalization grew by $30 million to $80 million from its June 22 initial public offering of 3.5 million shares at $8.50 a share. In 1990, Dell Computer Corporation tried selling its products indirectly through warehouse clubs and computer superstores, but met with little success, and the company re-focused on its more successful direct-to-consumer sales model. In 1992, Fortune magazine included Dell Computer Corporation in its list of the world's 500 largest companies.
In 1996, Dell began selling computers via its web site.
In 1999, Dell overtook Compaq to become the largest seller of personal computers in the United States of America with $25 billion in revenue reported in January 2000.
In 2002, Dell attempted to expand by tapping into the multimedia and home-entertainment markets with the introduction of televisions, handhelds, and digital audio players. Dell has also produced Dell-brand printers for home and small-office use.
In 2003, at the annual company meeting, the stockholders approved changing the company name to "Dell Inc." to recognize the company's expansion beyond computers.
In 2004, the company announced that it would build a new assembly-plant near Winston-Salem, North Carolina; the city and county provided Dell with $37.2 million in incentive packages; the state provided approximately $250 million in incentives and tax breaks. In July, Michael Dell stepped aside as Chief Executive Officer while retaining his position as Chairman of the Board. Kevin Rollins, who had held a number of executive posts at Dell, became the new CEO.
In 2005, the share of sales coming from international markets increased, as revealed in the company's press releases for the first two quarters of its fiscal 2005 year. In February 2005 Dell appeared in first place in a ranking of the "Most Admired Companies" published by Fortune magazine. In November 2005 Business Week magazine published an article titled "It's Bad to Worse at Dell" about shortfalls in projected earnings and sales, with a worse-than-predicted third-quarter financial performance — a bad omen for a company that had routinely underestimated its earnings. Dell acknowledged that faulty capacitors on the motherboards of the Optiplex GX270 and GX280 had already cost the company $300 million. The CEO, Kevin Rollins, attributed the bad performance partially to Dell's focus on low-end PCs.
In 2006, Dell purchased the computer hardware manufacturer Alienware. Dell Inc.'s plan anticipated Alien ware continuing to operate independently under its existing management. Alienware expected to benefit from Dell's efficient manufacturing system.
On January 31, 2007, Kevin B. Rollins, CEO of the company since 2004, resigned as both CEO and as a director, and Michael Dell resumed his former role as CEO. Investors and many shareholders had called for Rollins' resignation because of poor company performance. At the same time, the company announced that, for the fourth time in five quarters, earnings would fail to reach consensus analyst-estimates.
In February 2007 Dell became the subject of formal investigations by the US SEC and the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York. The company has not formally filed financial reports for either the third or fourth fiscal quarter of 2006, and several class-action lawsuits have arisen in the wake of its recent[update] financial performance. Dell Inc's lack of formal financial disclosure would normally subject the company to de-listing from the NASDAQ, but the exchange has granted Dell a waiver, allowing the stock to trade normally.
On March 1, 2007, the company issued a preliminary quarterly earnings report which showed gross sales of $14.4 billion, down 5% year-over-year, and net income of $687 million (30 cents per share), down 33%. Net earnings would have declined even more if not for the effects of eliminated employee bonuses, which accounted for six cents per share. NASDAQ extended the company's deadline for filing financials to May 4.
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Friday, February 6, 2009
It is difficult to identify any one device as the earliest computer, partly because the term "computer" has been subject to varying interpretations over time. Originally, the term "computer" referred to a person who performed numerical calculations (a human computer), often with the aid of a mechanical calculating device.
The history of the modern computer begins with two separate technologies - that of automated calculation and that of programmability.
Examples of early mechanical calculating devices included the abacus, the slide rule and arguably the astrolabe and the Antikythera mechanism (which dates from about 150-100 BC). Hero of Alexandria (c. 10–70 AD) built a mechanical theater which performed a play lasting 10 minutes and was operated by a complex system of ropes and drums that might be considered to be a means of deciding which parts of the mechanism performed which actions and when.
This is the essence of programmability.
The "castle clock", an astronomical clock invented by Al-Jazari in 1206, is considered to be the earliest programmable analog computer. It displayed the zodiac, the solar and lunar orbits, a crescent moon-shaped pointer travelling across a gateway causing automatic doors to open every hour, and five robotic musicians who play music when struck by levers operated by a camshaft attached to a water wheel. The length of day and night could be re-programmed every day in order to account for the changing lengths of day and night throughout the year.
The end of the Middle Ages saw a re-invigoration of European mathematics and engineering, and Wilhelm Schickard's 1623 device was the first of a number of mechanical calculators constructed by European engineers. However, none of those devices fit the modern definition of a computer because they could not be programmed.
In 1801, Joseph Marie Jacquard made an improvement to the textile loom that used a series of punched paper cards as a template to allow his loom to weave intricate patterns automatically. The resulting Jacquard loom was an important step in the development of computers because the use of punched cards to define woven patterns can be viewed as an early, albeit limited, form of programmability.
It was the fusion of automatic calculation with programmability that produced the first recognizable computers. In 1837, Charles Babbage was the first to conceptualize and design a fully programmable mechanical computer that he called "The Analytical Engine". Due to limited finances, and an inability to resist tinkering with the design, Babbage never actually built his Analytical Engine.
Large-scale automated data processing of punched cards was performed for the U.S. Census in 1890 by tabulating machines designed by Herman Hollerith and manufactured by the Computing Tabulating Recording Corporation, which later became IBM. By the end of the 19th century a number of technologies that would later prove useful in the realization of practical computers had begun to appear: the punched card, Boolean algebra, the vacuum tube (thermionic valve) and the teleprinter.
During the first half of the 20th century, many scientific computing needs were met by increasingly sophisticated analog computers, which used a direct mechanical or electrical model of the problem as a basis for computation. However, these were not programmable and generally lacked the versatility and accuracy of modern digital computers.
Friday, September 5, 2008
On the Blogger homepage, click the "Create Your Blog Now". On the following pages, you will be prompted to create a Google Account. You can use a Google Account on other Google services. If you already have a Google Account perhaps from Gmail, Google Groups, or Orkut, please sign in first. After you sign in, you must enter your screen name and receive the Blogger Terms of Service. Once completed, you will be prompted to create a blog and get started!
2. How do I create a Blogger blog?
Before you can create a free blog on Blog * Spot, Blogger's hosting service, you must have created an account on blogger.com. After you log into blogger.com, click the "Create a Blog". In Step 2, enter a title and address (URL). You also need to verify the word displayed on this page. When finished, click "continue." In step 3, you can choose a template for your blog, it is the view that will appear when you publish. Next, Blogger will create your new blog and reserve your spot on BlogSpot. Immediately after you create your first post, your page will appear in the address that you choose.
3. How do I post to my blog?
On your Dashboard, click on the link "New Post" on the blog you want to send. Next, you'll see the Create New Post page. Start with the title of your post (optional), then enter the post-its. When finished, click "Preview" to ensure that the post is ready. Once you're satisfied with your post, click the "Publish". This will publish your new post.
4. How do I send a picture?
You can upload photos using the image icon in the toolbar editor post. When you click this icon, a window will appear where you can choose one or several images from your computer. Click the "Browse" to find the image you want. Or, you can enter the URL of the image that is already online to be included in your post. When you click the link to select the layout, you can adjust how your image appears in your post. Option on the left, center and right will determine how the text of your post will flow around the image. This size option lets you scale the size of the image to a different post in the area.
5. I can not log. What should I do?
If you forget your Google Account information, you can restore a Google Account login information by clicking "?" in the "Password" on the Blogger login page or you can use the Password Assistance page on the Google Account.
Remember that the name of your Google Account username is the full email address you use to create your account (email@example.com).
If you can log in to your account but do not see the blog on the Dashboard, you are likely to log in to the wrong account. In this case, try to log in with all your email address, using the Password Assistance form if necessary. Please try the following, even if you think only have one account. We see many cases where people have accidentally create additional accounts without realize it, so check your own account is usually the fastest way to get back to your blog.
6. How do I delete a blog?
To delete all of your blog, go to Settings tab | Basic. Here, make sure that you really are on the blog you want to be permanently deleted from your account. Then click the "Delete This Blog". If your blog on your own server, the file will not be deleted. You can delete it manually connect to the server via FTP client.
7. How do I cancel my account?
To delete your Google Account, including your blog, please log in to Google Accounts homepage. After you log in, click the "Edit" link next to the list of "My Services," and you will go to a page that allows you to delete your account. Please note that deleting an account will delete all the Google services associated with that account, such as orkut profile, your iGoogle page, blog, and Blogger.
8. Can I have a blog post that received some of the people?
Yes, this is called "team blogs." Basically, one person initiated the creation of a blog, and invite others to join. Team members can be an administrator or a regular post. Administrators can edit all posts (not just their own), add and remove team members (and grant admin access), and change the blog. Non-admin can only send a posting to the blog.
To invite people to join the blog, the first open tab Settings | Licensed and click on "Add Author". Then, type the email addresses of people you invite to the blog, and they will immediately receive an email invitation. Remember that they must have a Google Account, and if they do not have it, they will be asked to do so. Once you're ready to send the invitation, click "Invite." You will receive an email when a new team member who has joined the blog.
9. How do I add photos to my profile?
First, click on the link "Edit Profile" on your dashboard. From there, enter the profile image URL in the form, and click "Save" on the basic page. If you do not have any photos that have been stored in a place, you can send the first images to your blog. Once you finish that, the post of editor go to Edit HTML mode if you are not yet there. Now copy the image URL and paste this URL into the "Photo URL" in your Profile. Then click "Save" at the bottom of the page, and complete. Remember that the size of the image must be 50k or smaller.
10. How do I set up the connection FTP (or SFTP) to an external web host?
Visit the Settings | Publications and select the connection method. Then, enter your settings. Once you've finished, save your server details via the Save Settings button at the bottom, and re-publish your blog. Please remember that the default port number will be used (: 21 for FTP and: 22 for SFTP); determination of alternative port will not work. Do not include http:// or ftp:// in the server address or the track.
11. How do I use a custom domain on my blog?
If you do not want to have blogspot.com in your blog address, you can get your own domain. We will remain the host for all the content as before, but the content will appear on your new address. There are three components to prepare them:
The first thing you need to do is choose a domain name, like mysite.com and register it. You can register a domain name registrar of the registration of any kind.
Then, you need to create a CNAME record for your domain with DNS, that connects you with the domain ghs.google.com. The correct procedure for doing this vary, depending on your domain registrar, so please directly contact your registrar and they will help you. Be careful that the new DNS data can not be directly applied.
Up to this stage, the DNS server know how to lead people to Google when they want to see your blog, so we need to make sure the Google blog in the right associate with your domain. You do it on the tab Settings | Publishing to your blog in Blogger. When publishing on Blog * Spot, you'll see a link near the top of the offer to a custom domain. Try and click on the link. Address Setting Blog * Spot is now changed to Your Domain. Write a domain that you register at the beginning of this process, then save your settings.
When the new domain do not lead you to your blog, wait a day or two, to ensure that all DNS servers have been updated. If the domain has not been directed correctly, contact the registrar registration to ensure that you have entered the DNS settings correctly.
* Blog * Spot Address your original will automatically forward to your new domain. That way, a link or bookmark that is in your site will still work.
You can use this feature with domains (eg mysite.com) or subdomains (eg, name.mysite.com). However, you can not specify subdirectories (eg mysite.com / blog /) or wildcards (eg *. mysite.com).
12. How does Blogger Mobile work?
To start a mobile blog, send a message (which can be images, text or both) to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll start a blog for you! After sending a message, you will receive a reply with your mobile blog URL and a token that you can use to claim your new blog. To claim your blog, enter the token into http://go.blogger.com. Claim a mobile blog will give you full access to Blogger.com settings and features for you, so you can associate the blog to your Google Account, and mobile blog to combine the existing blog.
13. How do I post to my label?
When writing a post, you will have a space at the bottom of the form marked "Labels for this post." Enter any label you like, separate them with commas. You can also click "show all" to display a list of labels you've used before. Then click on the label to add. When you publish your post, the label will be listed with this label. Click on any label to bring you to a page that contains only posts with that label. You can also add a list of all your labels in the sidebar of your blog, sorted according to alphabetical or based on the frequency of use.
14. How do I put AdSense in my blog?
To place AdSense on your blog, or click on the Template tab for your blog layout. In the blog with the current layout, add a new page element and select the AdSense option. If you are using a classic template, select the link "AdSense" on the Template tab. You will be able to select the size for your ads and how to set the look in your blog.
15. How do I enable a site feed for my blog?
First, visit the tab Settings | Site Feed. Here, you will have one simple option, where you can choose how you want the content Syndicate. "Full" will put the entire content of each post in your site feed, while "Short" only contains a quote from the beginning of each post. The option "No" will be off the site feed your overall.
16. Is the "Mark" is?
This feature is called "Mark Seabgai Meragukan" and can be accessed via the Blogger Navbar. The "Flag?" allows the blogging community to easily remember the content of doubts, so help us take the necessary steps. When someone visits the blog to click the "Flag?" on the Blogger Navbar, it means they believe that the blog's content may be inappropriate or illegal. We calculate how many times blog marked as something fun and less use this information to determine what action needs to be done. Please note that users can click on the button a second time to cancel a sign that they have terakan.
17. How to mediate a comment on my blog?
You can find the comment moderation setting on the Settings tab | Comment. Setting this option is only a yes / no simple. Choosing "yes" to this option will give you the space to enter your email address. You can moderate comments via email notification settings without affecting your regular comment. This setting is optional, because you can always moderate comments through the Blogger interface. So, set the option to "yes", then enter the address of notice if necessary, save the settings, and wait for your next comment.
All incoming comments will now go to a special page "Moderasikan Comments", which you can find under the Delivery tab: On this page, you'll see a list of all the comments that have been made but not yet approved or rejected. (This list does not include comments made by members blog admin.) Each line in the list displays the beginning of the comments, the author's name, and time pembuatannya. Click the triangle to the left to extend the line that shows the full text of the comments, together with the link "Publish" and "Reject", you can use to approve or reject the comments.
This entire process can also be done via email. When you enter your email address for moderation, you will get the message for each comment which will contain the link "Publish" and "Reject", and the links to the main moderation page for the blog.
18. How do I Use Blogger layout features?
First, find the name of your blog on your dashboard, and click on the link "template" in the next. If the link is the "layout", this means that you have to use the features and layout you can skip steps this early. On the Template page, see the navigation links for the tab labeled "Customize Your Design" and click the tab. You will receive a message explaining that Blogger will make a backup of your current template. (Backup will be available without limit of time, so you will be able to return here soon.) Click on the button "Upgrade Your Template" to continue. Then, select a design template from the default, click "Save Template," and bereslah already.
After the template in the upgrade, you can set the elements in the template to get the look you want. Simply click on the element you want to move and drag and drop in any element that you want. (Note: in most templates, you can move all elements except Navbar, blog posts and header.) You can add several page elements to the blog page or sidebar you by clicking "Add Page Element." This will open a pop-up window that allows you to add elements to your blog by clicking "Add to Blog" on the part of the desired elements: