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.
How to Save Money While at College?Written by A Khan
Still struggling to pay off college loan? Have you disconnected your cell phone just to avoid those darn creditors? Need a quick get rich scheme? Well…maybe not that but in this article you will find some practical ways on saving money while attending your post secondary institution.
Books College book prices have been rising along with cost of tuition, and it is no wonder why so many students have resorted to photocopying their texts. Instead of photocopying why not buy an old edition book, all information that you will need to know is there and you can keep that book as a reference. It’s not like gravitational acceleration of earth is going to change with new edition…right? Too broke to buy book then try to find your books at local library, not school’s library. You will be amazed at how many books you will find at local library, not only is it convenient but is also cheap. True, if you borrow a book for a semester it would cost you a late fee but I mean who cares right, since $10 late fee charge is nothing when compared to $200 price tag of a new book price. Another upcoming trend in colleges these days is trend for students to rent their books. I guess these students probably wanted to keep their books as reference or may still need them for following year and thought they could make some extra cash by renting them out. If you are thinking about renting then its best to rent to people that you know, and always have a legal signed document. Always try to buy used. Many colleges now have a book buy back program, and these books can be found at college used book room. Also, there are a ton of online book exchange sites on net which are both free and convenient. When to buy used & when to buy new? Good question. My rule is this, if a book is say like 4 years old then its best to buy used. The only time I recommend buying new is if book is less than 4 years old, since it is more likely to being latest edition, and you know for sure that same edition is going to be used next term. This way you can sell your books for maximum profit.