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HR and TRUMP: Some Stats About Manufacturing Costs Around The World.

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About one of every 15 workers in the country is employed in the trucking business, according to the ATA. If you're going to have an opinion on our president elect, you probably need to know some numbers.

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Recent Tweets for 2010-10-17

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Recent Tweets for 2010-10-17 October 17, 2010 · 0 comments Commute 20 minutes per day? You're spending about 87 hours in the car this year. # So What If Telecommuting Did Encourage Travel?

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Recent Tweets for 2010-04-18

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Recent Tweets for 2010-04-18 April 18, 2010 · 1 comment RT @ philmontero 4 Easy Ways to Share Large Files [link] # bookmark or share this post Close Bookmark and Share This Page Save to Browser Favorites / Bookmarks Ask backflip blinklist BlogBookmark Bloglines BlogMarks Blogsvine BuddyMarks BUMPzee! CiteULike co.mments Connotea del.icio.us Digg diigo DotNetKicks DropJack dzone Facebook Fark Faves Feed Me Links Friendsite folkd.com Furl Google Hugg Jamespot Jeqq Kaboodle kirtsy linkaGoGo LinkedIn LinksMarker Ma.gnolia Mister Wong Mixx MySpace MyWeb Netvouz Newsvine oneview OnlyWire PlugIM Propeller Reddit Rojo Segnalo Shoutwire Simpy Slashdot Sphere Sphinn Spurl Squidoo StumbleUpon Technorati ThisNext Twitter Webride Windows Live Worlds Movies Yahoo! Email This to a Friend Copy HTML: If you like this then please subscribe to the RSS Feed or Email Feed. Powered by Bookmarkify™ More » Tagged as: tweets , twitter { 1 comment… read it below or add one } Data Recovery Specialists April 22, 2010 at 9:55 am great tips, i think that those are great ways to share files. Leave a Comment Previous post: National Wear Your Pajamas To Work Day Next post: Always Connected: One Third of U.S. Workforce Feels Need to Stay Connected 24/7 SPONSORED ADS Search Subscribe RSS Feed Recent comments Reina on Leapforce Agents – Search Engine Evaluators Reina on Leapforce Agents – Search Engine Evaluators Reina on Leapforce Agents – Search Engine Evaluators terry on Be Careful, Is It Really Employment? Danielle on VirtualVocations.com and Finding Work Leads Commute 20 minutes per day? You're spending about 87 hours in the car this year. 5 days ago So What If Telecommuting Did Encourage Travel? Travel Is Good : TreeHugger [link] via @ TreeHugger 5 days ago Ten things (OK, 9) I love about telecommuting - [link] # cnn 5 days ago More updates. Possible Telecommuting Opp Sections Avoid scams Daily life Find jobs Hire telecommuters Home Office Tips & Tools Online Resources Polls Telecommuting Gigs Telecommuting News Logo design Job Search Sites FlexJobs TJobs Organizations ATA IHA MATAC NTI TCA TelCoa Telework Exchange Telecommuting & Biz blogs Chief Home Officer Digital Nomads NorthernTelework Plugged in Business Stella Commute TelecommutingDiva TeleMill teleTwenties The Future of Work The Work From Home Mother WebWorkerDaily WFH Pro WM’s Reality Check Blogging friends Business, Wife, and Life Cromelys World DayJob Nuker Energy Power Alternatives Geek Mom Mashup Life Hacker Michaels Ideagist Mommy Bytes Mommy Gets Paid Charlie Hatton Nessas Place Real World Mom Sense to Save SpyJournal Technically Easy WAHM Cafe WorkBloom.net Freelance jobs on Freelancer.com Find more freelance jobs Telecommuting Journal Copyright © 2006–2010

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What Will The People Do When All Jobs Are Done By Robots?

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About one of every 15 workers in the country is employed in the trucking business, according to the ATA. The answer to the question that's the title of this post is simple. Chill , my friends. That's what we'll be doing when the Robots are doing all the jobs - chilling.

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NetworkWorld: 15 Real Ways to Secure Teleworkers

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal NetworkWorld: 15 Real Ways to Secure Teleworkers February 26, 2009 · 0 comments Hot on the heels of yesterday’s press release from the NIST about securing data , I run across an article on NetworkWorld that boils it down to a list of 15 ways to protect data.

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Make Vacation Communication a Day at the Beach

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Make Vacation Communication a Day at the Beach August 4, 2010 · 3 comments by Steve Adams The peak summer vacation season is still in full swing.

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Crazy Guy On A Bike Worked His Way Across America

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Crazy Guy On A Bike Worked His Way Across America April 27, 2010 · 4 comments The key word to note here in the title is “WORKED.&# Keith Jackson not only rode his bike across the United States, he WORKED the entire time.

Tech for Telecommuters: Work from Home without Looking Like It

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Tech for Telecommuters: Work from Home without Looking Like It September 14, 2010 · 0 comments Tech for Telecommuters: Work from Home without Looking Like It by Steve Adams The mobile workforce is expected to grow to 1.2

Video Related Telecommuting Jobs at Vidli

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Video Related Telecommuting Jobs at Vidli October 21, 2009 · 1 comment It looks like Vidli’s hiring and several of their job postings say that telecommuting is OK! So if you’re into video and you’ve got the skills they’re looking for, check out what they’ve got happening behind the scenes.

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Beware of DataMoneyOnline

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Beware of DataMoneyOnline October 15, 2009 · 0 comments Paul Schlegel over at WorkAtHomeTruth.com has done a nice job of reviewing the truth behind the sales page for a popular website that’s currently promising this. DATA MONEY ONLINE is as mindlessly easy as data entry. You don’t need to know anything. You don’t need to be especially smart.

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Always Connected: One Third of US Workforce Feels Need to Stay.

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Interesting Telecommuting Job Postings via Craigslist

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Interesting Telecommuting Job Postings via Craigslist September 26, 2009 · 0 comments Short and sweet – here are 3 interesting telecommuting jobs I just saw on Craigslist. Therapeutics Editor (Telecommuting) “The Therapeutics Editor will work closely with the Global Healthcare Strategist to provide relevant and timely marketplace intelligence for the global investment community.

What's in a Phone Number?

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal What’s in a Phone Number? March 10, 2010 · 0 comments by Kevin Baker Choosing the right name for your small business can have a huge impact on its success. But what about your business phone number?

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Work at Home Writing Gigs at Internet Brands

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Work at Home Writing Gigs at Internet Brands March 16, 2010 · 0 comments Internet Brands, Inc. NASDAQ:INET), is an Internet media company, meaning they publish websites.

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Experienced iPhone Developers

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Experienced iPhone Developers August 23, 2009 · 0 comments An agency in NYC seeks experienced and creative iPhone developers to work with dream-clients in the media industry. They are hiring for multiple projects that start immediately. Candidate will be considered for a project to commence immediately with additional projects to follow until December 2009.

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Wanted: Telecommuting Urban Planner

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Wanted: Telecommuting Urban Planner August 15, 2009 · 0 comments Think urban planning is strictly done in an office? Think again. I ran across this ad on Craigslist and it says “Telecommuting Okay!&#. Small but growing national company seeks a smart, reliable and hard working individual to work as a planner on a project to project basis. Must have previous experience in planning, real estate, or architecture/urban planning.

Part-Time Work at Home Admin Assitant Needed

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Part-Time Work at Home Admin Assitant Needed August 12, 2009 · 2 comments I ran across this ad on Craigslist and bet it’s perfect for someone who stops here looking for work!

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Freelance Fashion Designer

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Freelance Fashion Designer August 12, 2009 · 0 comments Think you have what it takes to design premium T-shirts, golf shirts, dress shirts and more? There’s a Baltimore fashion company looking for you. New Start-up Fashion Company seeks creative fashion designer talent for premium shirt designs. T-Shirts, polo shirts, dress shirts, etc.

Automotive Journalist at Top Speed

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Automotive Journalist at Top Speed August 5, 2009 · 1 comment TopSpeed.com is hiring an automotive journalist (paid position) Love cars? Want to write about them? TopSpeed.com is looking to hire a dedicated auto journalist (editor/blogger) to join their team. If you’re good – they’ll pay you.

Automotive Journalist at Top Speed

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Automotive Journalist at Top Speed August 5, 2009 · 1 comment TopSpeed.com is hiring an automotive journalist (paid position) Love cars? Want to write about them? TopSpeed.com is looking to hire a dedicated auto journalist (editor/blogger) to join their team. If you’re good – they’ll pay you.

Restless WordPress Theme Syndrome

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Restless WordPress Theme Syndrome December 2, 2009 · 1 comment A look back at Telecommuting Journal over the years.

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Invest in Your Telework Program

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Invest in Your Telework Program April 3, 2009 · 0 comments Invest in Your Telework Program – Focus on Dollars and Sense is this year’s Spring Telework Exchange Town Hall Meeting agenda.

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ThomasNet's The Rise of Digital Nomads

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal ThomasNet’s The Rise of Digital Nomads February 3, 2009 · 0 comments It used to be that I rarely saw telecommuting news anywhere other than the business sections of newspapers and other telecommuting sites but over the past five or six years it seems it’s popping up everywhere. Today I ran across an article by Jorina Fontelera at ThomasNet’s Newsroom of all things.

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Creative Ways to Cut Monthly Business Costs

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Creative Ways to Cut Monthly Business Costs May 18, 2010 · 1 comment by Kevin Baker If you ask a small business what’s one of the most difficult operational tasks needed to be dealt with, staying on budget with monthly expenses will likely be a top contender, especially in these challenging economic times. And chances are your business faces the same obstacle every month. It seems every time you turn around, there is another expense, a delay in payment, or some other circumstance that has a negative effect on your cash flow. So instead of putting a little something away for an even rainier day, you find yourself sweating it out until it’s time to flip to the next page of the monthly calendar for a fresh influx of cash. If you want to make the money and the month line up better, you may need to rethink some of your business assumptions – including what constitutes a must-have expense. Following are a few ideas that can help improve your overall cash flow. Get rid of your business land line – According to CTIA -The Wireless Association, 23 percent of US households are wireless, meaning they no longer have a traditional landline phone. One of the driving forces behind this epidemic is the desire to cut costs, especially in today’s down economy. You might think what works for households won’t work for your small business. But, there are simple technologies available today like virtual phone services for small business that will help your company run more efficiently than it would through the use of a landline. With a virtual phone service, you receive your choice of a toll-free or local phone number that goes to a phone you already have. It allows you to assign extensions to all your employees, whether they are in the office or virtual. When customers and prospects call your my1voice business number, the service’s virtual receptionist allows them to select the extension they need. The call is then forwarded to that person’s mobile. Your mobile number still works independently too, so any incoming personal calls will still be routed directly to you. Virtual phone services for small business provide all those big-business capabilities while costing as little as $10 per month. Compare that to just the base cost of a landline for your business and the savings are worth noting. But add in the cost to maintain the lines, taxes and the cost to purchase and maintain telephone equipment and the savings add up quickly. Take your office virtual – Office space is usually one of the highest fixed costs a small business has. While it’s nice to have an office where everyone can gather and work more collegially, if you’re looking to reduce expenses, taking your landlord off the payroll is a good way to do it. Of course, sometimes you do need a formal office – particularly if you need a place to meet with customers. If you can’t travel to your customer, you can always look into renting a common conference room area from a local business and have your customers come directly to you. Even then, a virtual office strategy helps you keep that expense to a minimum, freeing up more cash for other aspects of the business that have more impact on your success. Eliminate specialty or limited-use business tools – Look around your office, or through the applications on your desktop computer. How many things do you own that have only one function? Can that function be performed by something else? A fax machine is a good example of a piece of office equipment that is only capable of performing one task. All it does is send and receive faxes. Yet there it sits, costing you money for a dedicated phone line, paper, toner, even the power to keep it running and ready to receive an incoming fax. You can eliminate almost all of those additional costs that are making your small business go over budget by moving to an Internet fax service that allows you to send and receive faxes on your PC or mobile phone. When it comes down to the software you are using to run your small business, consider a pay-as-you or Web-based service model. With this model you pay a small monthly fee rather than buying the software up-front at a cost that is certain to make you go over your company’s monthly budget. You then gain access to feature-laden applications that have the sophisticated capabilities normally found only in expensive software packages. Let’s face it. While operating a small business is challenging even in good times, it can be particularly difficult when the economy is taking a beating. But with a little creativity and some unconventional thinking, you can help ensure the month runs out before the money does. Kevin Baker is the Product Marketing Manager for my1voice ( www.my1voice.com ) the cost-effective, feature-rich virtual phone service for small business. my1voice is a part of a suite of services from Protus, provider of the highest quality Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) communication tools for small-to-medium businesses (SMB) and enterprise organizations, including the award-winning MyFax, the fastest growing Internet fax service and Campaigner, an email marketing solution with advanced automation features. Kevin can be reached at kbaker@protus.com. *SPECIAL OFFER* Try MyFax FREE for 30 Days bookmark or share this post Close Bookmark and Share This Page Save to Browser Favorites / Bookmarks Ask backflip blinklist BlogBookmark Bloglines BlogMarks Blogsvine BuddyMarks BUMPzee! CiteULike co.mments Connotea del.icio.us Digg diigo DotNetKicks DropJack dzone Facebook Fark Faves Feed Me Links Friendsite folkd.com Furl Google Hugg Jamespot Jeqq Kaboodle kirtsy linkaGoGo LinkedIn LinksMarker Ma.gnolia Mister Wong Mixx MySpace MyWeb Netvouz Newsvine oneview OnlyWire PlugIM Propeller Reddit Rojo Segnalo Shoutwire Simpy Slashdot Sphere Sphinn Spurl Squidoo StumbleUpon Technorati ThisNext Twitter Webride Windows Live Worlds Movies Yahoo! Email This to a Friend Copy HTML: If you like this then please subscribe to the RSS Feed or Email Feed. Powered by Bookmarkify™ More » { 1 comment… read it below or add one } Sam July 20, 2010 at 7:39 am i hadn’t realize that i could save more. i would definitely follow your tips. very helpful. you can try our Summer giveaway: chance to win $50 – just grab our badge. 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Possible Telecommuting Opp Sections Avoid scams Daily life Find jobs Hire telecommuters Home Office Tips & Tools Online Resources Polls Telecommuting Gigs Telecommuting News Logo design Job Search Sites FlexJobs TJobs Organizations ATA IHA MATAC NTI TCA TelCoa Telework Exchange Telecommuting & Biz blogs Chief Home Officer Digital Nomads NorthernTelework Plugged in Business Stella Commute TelecommutingDiva TeleMill teleTwenties The Future of Work The Work From Home Mother WebWorkerDaily WFH Pro WM’s Reality Check Blogging friends Business, Wife, and Life Cromelys World DayJob Nuker Energy Power Alternatives Geek Mom Mashup Life Hacker Michaels Ideagist Mommy Bytes Mommy Gets Paid Charlie Hatton Nessas Place Real World Mom Sense to Save SpyJournal Technically Easy WAHM Cafe WorkBloom.net Freelance jobs on Freelancer.com Find more freelance jobs Telecommuting Journal Copyright © 2006–2010

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Digital Trends Is Looking for a Staff Writer

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Digital Trends Is Looking for a Staff Writer December 29, 2008 · 0 comments It looks like Digital Trends is looking for a staff writer. Digital Trends is all bout the hi-tech lifestyle, so if you’re into the latest gizmos, gadgets, and services, this is definitely the job for you.

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Part-Time Freelance Work Found at Ed2010

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Part-Time Freelance Work Found at Ed2010 December 12, 2008 · 0 comments Part-time freelance web editor for national teen/tween celebrity magazine Job/Internship type: Freelance Company/Publication Name: – Location: Englewood Cliffs. NJ Description: A national teen/tween celebrity-driven magazine is looking for a part-time freelance web editor.

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Her Husband Needs a Job

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Her Husband Needs a Job April 16, 2009 · 0 comments Meet Robin.

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We Love the 80s - But Not Their Fax Machines

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal We Love the 80s – But Not Their Fax Machines March 23, 2010 · 1 comment by Steve Adams Big hair. Padded shoulders. Faxing. All things that were popular in the 1980s that today make us wonder what we were thinking. Right?

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Get a Free Handbag

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Get a Free Handbag September 17, 2008 · 6 comments I call them purses, but lots of folks call them handbags, and here in the south they’re commonly referred to as pocketbooks.

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Vacations, Staycations, and Daycations

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Vacations, Staycations, and Daycations June 4, 2008 · 2 comments It’s nearly summertime, this is the last week of school, and we’re getting ready for a quick vacation next week.

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Vacations, Staycations, and Daycations

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Vacations, Staycations, and Daycations June 4, 2008 · 2 comments It’s nearly summertime, this is the last week of school, and we’re getting ready for a quick vacation next week.

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Promotional Fun With Logo Decals

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Promotional Fun With Logo Decals April 24, 2009 · 0 comments Not too long ago I started taking this blog a bit more seriously, at least I’ve been trying to.

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100 Free Printable Fax Coversheets

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal 100 Free Printable Fax Coversheets September 3, 2009 · 2 comments I love free stuff. If you ever find yourself in need of a crisp new fax cover sheet, for personal or business use, hop on over to MyFax.com and snag a template from their massive list of freebies. Their cover sheets are downloadable in Microsoft Word® format so they can be edited and customized with your information, your logo, etc.

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100 Free Printable Fax Coversheets

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal 100 Free Printable Fax Coversheets September 3, 2009 · 2 comments I love free stuff. If you ever find yourself in need of a crisp new fax cover sheet, for personal or business use, hop on over to MyFax.com and snag a template from their massive list of freebies. Their cover sheets are downloadable in Microsoft Word® format so they can be edited and customized with your information, your logo, etc.

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100 Free Printable Fax Coversheets

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal 100 Free Printable Fax Coversheets September 3, 2009 · 2 comments I love free stuff. If you ever find yourself in need of a crisp new fax cover sheet, for personal or business use, hop on over to MyFax.com and snag a template from their massive list of freebies. Their cover sheets are downloadable in Microsoft Word® format so they can be edited and customized with your information, your logo, etc.

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Three Business Ideas For the Dog Lover

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Three Business Ideas For the Dog Lover August 29, 2009 · 2 comments by Aldar Nagy Let’s face it; we are a nation of dog lovers. In fact, many people admit to caring more for their dog than their fellow man. And, these people do not think twice when it comes to spending money on them. This gives the entrepreneur with a love for dogs a way to satisfy both passions at the same time.

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Three Business Ideas For the Dog Lover

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Three Business Ideas For the Dog Lover August 29, 2009 · 2 comments by Aldar Nagy Let’s face it; we are a nation of dog lovers. In fact, many people admit to caring more for their dog than their fellow man. And, these people do not think twice when it comes to spending money on them. This gives the entrepreneur with a love for dogs a way to satisfy both passions at the same time.

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Is Your Job Search Like Pushing a Rock Uphill?

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Is Your Job Search Like Pushing a Rock Uphill? August 27, 2009 · 0 comments by Barry Simpson Are you managing your job search or is it managing you? Facing clients almost every day I see their eyes start to glaze over as we begin to talk about all the activities they need to accomplish if they are to be successful.

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Is Your Job Search Like Pushing a Rock Uphill?

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Is Your Job Search Like Pushing a Rock Uphill? August 27, 2009 · 0 comments by Barry Simpson Are you managing your job search or is it managing you? Facing clients almost every day I see their eyes start to glaze over as we begin to talk about all the activities they need to accomplish if they are to be successful.

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Part Time Research Job

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Part Time Research Job July 28, 2009 · 2 comments Depending on the type of potential clients you’re going to be asked to identify and research, this could be a most interesting part time job.

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Like to Take Pics? Become an EveryScape Ambassador.

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Home Archives About Contact Subscribe Telecommuting Journal Like to Take Pics? Become an EveryScape Ambassador. December 22, 2008 · 1 comment I took my kids to the Aspen Art Museum on Mill Street today.

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