Consolidate Loans Before the Rate Change! Written by Vanessa McHooley
Consolidate Loans Before Rate Change! Have you ever heard old adage, “There is no time like present”? Well, if there was ever a time that that advice was very necessary, today is day, as when it comes to debt consolidation on student loans, today is definitely day to consolidate. Debt consolidation on your student loans can help you to save hundreds of dollars every year, as it helps to cut down interest rates that you are currently paying on a variety of different college student loans. By cutting down these interest rates, you pay less money to repay your student loans. And present just happens to be best time to complete this process, as consolidation rates are so low that you can save even more money these days by using debt consolidation on your student loans!
Student Loans Are Such A Drag! Student loans are, quite often, a very painful process for many people. If you did not get job that you expected out of college, it can be a real burden to pay back these loans for services that you do not feel helped you out. Alternatively, you may be doing your dream job, and giving up money from that job for something that already happened is not always best feeling in world. But, regardless of your situation, college loans are just a lingering aftereffect of your past that you would like to eliminate as quickly as possible.
Stay at Home Mom you need to raise cowboys...Written by Daviyd Peterson
Now I know that is not how song goes, I have had cousins from central Texas drag me to Gilley's to listen to that song live and they sang every word without missing a beat. So no emails about title, please.
This kind of cowboy would make his stay at home mom proud of him anyway you look for what he has done in digital world. He is a digital cowboy and his name is Dwayne Hendricks architect of TAPR Spread Spectrum Radio has been honored in 'Wired Magazine' as ultrawideband cowboy. That's kind of cowboy any stay at home mom would be proud of...
As a forward thinking entrepreneur Dwayne Hendricks blazed a trail of wireless broadband access to Mongolia, Native American reservations, and isolated schools in Thailand.
The FCC's Technological Advisory Council is where he fires away ideas about taking control of airwaves from government. Looking beyond Wi-Fi to ultrawideband and other technologies that should make licensing unecesssary, this would also enable wireless access for nearly an unlimited number of people, managed by intelligent software in their devices.