Friday, December 7, 2012

Free Printer Ink from Lexmark



  • Get 2 free eligible cartridges for every 5 eligible cartridges you buy and return empty. The 5 eligible purchases at Lexmark.com must be made within 12 months; and the 5 eligible returns must be made within 12 months.
  • Promo codes for free cartridges must be used within 3 months of issue date. Apply promo codes towards any eligible genuine Lexmark ink cartridges - and we'll ship them to you for free!
  • Up to 50 eligible purchases and 50 eligible used cartridge returns made within a 12-month period will count towards promo codes for free ink cartridges.
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    Thursday, November 22, 2012

    Free Antivirus Options


     

    If you'd like to save some money, here are seven free antivirus suites, the top four you might consider using: AVG is the one i've used since graduating BCTI(Business Computer Training Institute)  in 2004. It has never failed me!
    AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition
    AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition was the highest-ranked of the seven free antivirus programs we assessed earlier this year.

    AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition: Though it had the lowest detection rate of the top four free antivirus programs with a 98.7 percent detection rate against known malware (Avast, Panda, and Avira finished with rates of 99.1 percent, 99.9 percent, and 99.7 percent, respectively), it handily outperformed Security Essentials (which finished with a detection rate of 97 percent). And though it wasn't as good at completely removing malware as Security Essentials (66.7 percent versus 80 percent), it was the only antivirus to disable 100 percent of detected malware; Security Essentials finished at 93 percent on this measure. AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition also tied Panda Cloud Antivirus for the top rate of blocking brand-new threats, at 85.7 percent, whereas Security Essentials was at 71.4 percent.
    Avast Free Antivirus: Avast's freebie provided strong detection of known malware samples, at 99.1 percent. Its rate of completely removing malware (67 percent) fell short of Security Essentials' rate (80 percent) and the two programs delivered matching 93 percent rates for disabling active malware. Avast Free Antivirus did provide better blocking of real-world malware, achieving a 78.6 percent rate, compared to Security Essentials' 71.4 percent.
    Panda Cloud Antivirus: This tool provided the second highest protection against known malware samples overall at 99.9 percent, compared to 97 percent by Security Essentials. Though Panda's malware repair percentage was among the lowest in the group of seven, it tied with AVG for the best performance at fully blocking brand-new threats, turning in a rate of 85.7 percent, versus Security Essentials' mark of 71.4 percent.
    Avira Free Antivirus: Avira provided the third-highest detection rate (out of seven free antiviruses tested) for spotting known malware samples: 99.7 percent, compared to Security Essentials' rate of 97 percent. Though it scored lower than Security Essentials on AV-Test's remaining detection and repair tests, Avira did provide much faster scanning.

    Wednesday, June 13, 2012

    FREE COPY OF 'LEARN PEACE!'

    
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     Order your free copy of Learn Peace
    From: International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons


    Learn Peace is an activity book for primary and secondary school students. Activities include holding a mock UN debate on nuclear disarmament, designing a new peace symbol, conducting opinion polls on nuclear issues, and role-playing a nuclear crisis. Teachers and non-profit organizations may order a free copy using this form. An online version is available here.



    http://www.icanw.org/order

    Saturday, June 2, 2012

    PaperBackSwap.Com(Free Books!)

    Angelique wants you to know about PaperBackSwap, the biggest book-swapping site in America. If you're a reader, you know how books can accumulate after you have read them. They pile up and gather dust, and you know you won't read them again. You can try to sell them to used-book stores, but you won't get very much for them, even if they are in perfect condition. PaperBackSwap is a better way!



    All you have to do is create an account for FREE, list your books that you are ready to share, and send them out to other members when they are requested. Yes, you pay the postage to send your books out (between 2 and 3 dollars for an average-sized book), BUT you get a Book Credit for sending each book (each Book Credit is good for one book - you can order from any member in the club), AND when you request books for yourself, the senders pay the postage to send those books to you.



    It costs nothing to participate, except for postage - there are no membership fees. You even get 2 startup Book Credits free if you are the first account at your household - you can use those credits to order 2 books for yourself, right away!



    Give your books a better life - no more languishing on dusty bookshelves! Find new readers for them and get new books for yourself. Send a book, get a book. It's easy and it's free!



    You can even print the postage right onto the address label, and mail the book from your outgoing mailbox or any blue mailbox.



    Angelique is a good friend to let you in on this! If you do sign up, please use the following link:



    http://www.paperbackswap.com/index.php?r_by=cozynblue@yahoo.com



    If you use the link above to join and you become an active member, Angelique will get a free Book Credit for referring you to the club!



    For more information about PaperBackSwap, you can visit our Help Center by clicking the link below:



    http://www.paperbackswap.com/help/help_index.php



    Best Regards,



    The PaperBackSwap Team


    Saturday, March 31, 2012

    Are You Using Dirty Cleaning Supplies to Clean Your House?



    Spring has finally sprung, so throw open your windows and let the good times roll. Then gather your cleaning gear, and give it a good going over before tackling your spring cleaning chores. After all, how can grungy supplies really clean your home? Here’s a few ways to keep those tools of the trade in tip-top shape:


    •Swish the tips of your broom’s bristles in a bucket of warm water mixed with a tablespoon or two of detergent, then shake it out as you would a paintbrush. Hang the broom up so that the bristles aren’t touching the floor, and let it dry thoroughly.

    •Vacuum your dust mop head to get rid of any nesting dust bunnies. Then lightly mist it with this solution: Mix two parts white vinegar and one part vegetable oil in a handheld sprayer. Allow the mop head time to absorb the oil solution before using it.

    •If you’ve used a wet/dry vacuum to clean up a particularly bad mess, run a bucketful of warm water and disinfectant detergent through the machine. Empty the reservoir, and give it 5 minutes or so to air out.

    •Every time you change a vacuum cleaner’s bag, remove anything caught in the beater bar, then run a comb through the bristles to remove any accumulated string or hair.

    •Disinfect buckets with bleach, rubbing them down with alcohol or pine oil cleaner. Damp and dirty buckets are breeding grounds for bacteria, which then get spread around your home, making it dirtier than when you started!


    Saturday, January 7, 2012

    Make-your-own bagged popcorn

    Today’s quick tip: No need to waste money on pre-bagged popcorn filled with artificial butter and too much salt. Buy the corn at your local health food store and microwave it in a plain brown paper bag. Healthy and cheap!