Its a SCAM.. If anybody has heard about Kevin Trudeau the infomercial king, who sells stuff that in the end you can findout for yourselves. Its the same concept but through the internet.
Glad that I checked before getting into bank and credit card part. I wanted help my hard working husband while I stay home with my kids. The site do look legit, though…
I paid $1.95 for a ez stay at home income business kit that said was for a google job. I used my bank card to pay. It processed my information and sent me to a blank page that stayed so long that it expired so I had to try to get back to where I was but it just sends me to a login page with a user name and password that it didn’t give me because it expired. Now I can’t log in and can’t find any information as to how to get a new password so now they have my personal information, card number and I have nothing. First time I ever tried anything like this and got took…so many people making money off poor people trying to find a job.. I was stupid for trying this but it sounded legitimate, from google..Don’t trust it!!!
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I also want to encourage you to check out the “2015-16 Student News Challenge” from Storychasers. If you are willing to help your students share AT LEAST ONE POST PER WEEK of class or school news, Storychasers will mail you a free digital backpack including a digital camera, digital audio recorder, and USB headset with microphone. You just need to record a short video and submit a Google Form, which is explained on this post on Storychasers.org. We need to help our students develop traditional as well as digital literacy skills, and regularly writing on a classroom blog is a fantastic way to do both!
The blogging platform I am most excited and interested in today is WriteAbout.com. Co-founded by amazing educators I deeply respect, John Spencer (@spencerideas) and Brad Wilson (@dreambition), WriteAbout offers some unique and powerful features that set it apart from the other five blogging platforms I’m reviewing in this post. There is a free version, but your students are limited to five posts each until you pay the $25 annual fee. (That’s QUITE reasonable, IMHO.) I love how students can join interest groups within the WriteAbout community, and when they post they can submit their entries to a group so other students with similar interests can read and comment on their ideas. This addresses a perennial problem with classroom blog posts, which is: How do I get the attention of others so they can read and provide feedback on my students’ ideas? This also promises to connect students directly to others with shared interests… which is exactly what “real” bloggers outside the classroom do!
Every classroom needs a moderated, online space where students can share their ideas with others and receive feedback. While blogging has “been around” and used in classrooms all over the world for more than ten years now, classroom blogs are still rare in many schools and communities. Like other kinds of technology, blogging platforms have continued to evolve and change, but the reasons why students should regularly blog have remained consistent.
In this post, I will highlight the advantages and limitations of six different blogging platforms which are used and can be used effectively by teachers and students in classrooms in August 2015. These options are highlighted further in the hyperlinked table I’ve updated on the “Interactive Writing” page of ShowWithMedia.com. The platforms I’ll review include Blogger.com, KidBlog.org, WriteAbout.com, EduBlogs.org, EasyBlog.org, and WordPress.com. I’m currently helping my wife, a 3rd and 4th grade teacher in Oklahoma City, decide on her class blogging site for the upcoming school year. I’m also hoping to help PK-12 teachers at my new school, where I’m the Director of Technology, select and use classroom blogging websites this year. While I could write an entire book on this topic (and did, in fact, in 2013) I will limit details in this post to hopefully help other teachers make well informed decisions about choosing a class blogging platform with less required reading! If you have suggestions or find errors in anything I share here or on ShowWithMedia.com, please let me know via a post comment or a tweet reply to @wfryer.
WordPress is an open source blogging platform and content management system. You can download WordPress software from WordPress.org to run on your own hosting account or server computer, but you can also register for a free website on WordPress.com that you don’t have to update or maintain with security patches. I use self-hosted WordPress on over thirty different websites now, and I absolutely love it. The technical learning curve for using WordPress can be higher than some of the other blogging options I’ve highlighted in this post, however, and WordPress.com is not specifically geared toward teacher or student blogging. That is why customized WordPress versions, like KidBlog and EduBlogs, are preferable for classroom blogs.
EduBlogs is the most well established, experienced, and (as far as I know) utilized educational blogging platform in the world. They are currently celebrating their tenth birthday, and in the blogging world that’s quite ancient! Sue Waters (@suewaters) has been a HUGE help to countless educators in the past decade as many have taken their first steps into the world of educational and class blogging, and the larger community around EduBlogs is SO beneficial. EduBlogs does offer a free option for teachers, but I strongly recommend their “Pro” account ($40 per year) for class blogs because of the student management features it includes. EduBlogs, like KidBlog, is based on WordPress. Like KidBlog and WriteAbout, EduBlogs also offers pricing and management solutions for entire schools, districts and colleges. CampusPress is their educational enterprise solution. This 2.5 minute video provides a good overview of EduBlogs and why their platform is fantastic for class blogs.
I also love how WriteAbout lets students record audio messages within individual posts, without using a separate app or website. The options students have to post privately, for the class, or for the world are also fantastic, and resemble the new publishing options KidBlog has rolled out with their new version. It’s also great how the site provides a wealth of visual writing ideas. (John likes the phrase “writing ideas” much better than “writing prompt.”) This 84 second video provides a good overview of WriteAbout. My wife is going to ultimately choose which blogging platform she’ll use with her students this year. She used KidBlog last year, but I’m going to encourage her to give WriteAbout a try this year because of the many unique features it offers which will benefit her students.
Full Disclosure: The author is not affiliated with any of the companies which own or maintain the blogging platforms described in this post, other than being a Google Certified Teacher.
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There's nothing wrong with feeling frustrated, sad, lonely, irritated or bored from time to time."The problem is labeling these emotions as unacceptable," Ledley says. News moms will fare better by thinking: "OK, I feel frustrated right now.Totally normal." In public, sure, we all need a pat response for acquaintances we see in the grocery store, Ledley adds, but new moms also need confidants such as a spouse, a fellow new mom or a therapist.
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Being a stay-at-home mom isn't for everyone, and that's OK! "Some moms work because they have to provide for their families, while others work to keep their sanity," says familytherapist Kimberley Clayton Blaine, M.A., M.F.T., founder of thegotomom.tv and author of 2009's Mommy Confidence: 8 Easy Steps to Reclaiming Balance, Motivation and Your Inner Diva. She went back to work three months after the birth of each of her children because she was going "stir crazy."
Expert Advice: If breastfeeding just isn't for you, pumping is a great option if you'd like to provide breast milk for your baby, says Melissa Kotlen Nagin, a certified lactation consultant in New York City, who writes breastfeeding.about.com. "Breast milk will still provide the same power coming from a bottle." A bottle is much healthier for your baby than a daily dose of resentment from you.
Connecting with Experts Woodie's CCI Club, the most popular Hotcomm trader chatroom, is a great example of what the power of the Internet and technology has done for the business of trading. Founded by Ken Wood, or "Woodie" to those who regularly populate his trade room, the chatroom is occupied 24 hours a day by traders from around the world trading every market from the Hang Seng Exchange in Hong Kong to the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT).
Traders Reaching OutWhen a greater number of traders and investors join the markets, volatility increases across all equity and commodity classes. Where there is increased volatility, there is increased risk but also greater opportunity for profit. In an environment of ever-increasing competition and complexity, it becomes crucial that traders have the tools necessary to not only survive, but thrive in the trading game. One brain and a pair of eyes and ears are fine, but there is little doubt that there is strength in numbers. This extends from the initial learning phase right through to the expert professional level.
Participants can also share their favorite charts as well as data and research gleaned from their favorite sources. Conversations between those in the virtual room can be typed or spoken over a microphone. It allows all to pool their senses and resources so that, in effect, the combined effort of many becomes greater than the sum of the parts. It is the ideal tool for training and ongoing education.
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But goods are not the only things that countries trade. Alongside China Daily’s triumphant front-page story was an article about “PANDA!”, a Las Vegas show performed by the China National Acrobatic Troupe, which chronicles the quest of a heroic panda to liberate a peacock princess from a demon vulture. Such cultural exports are part of the international trade in services, which is of growing significance to global commerce. If trade in services is added to trade in physical goods, China remains number two (see chart).
China’s exports and imports are voluminous partly because its economy is so big. Relative to the size of its GDP, China’s trade is below the world average. Its exports and imports were equivalent to almost 53% of GDP in 2012, whereas the ratio of global trade to world GDP was over 63%.
Which economy gets the most out of its imports? The biggest importer is America; the biggest per person, Hong Kong. But the country that gets the most bang for its import buck is possibly Norway. According to the IMF’s calculations, its currency, the krone, is now 83% overvalued—more than any other currency. As a consequence Norway’s money has far more purchasing power when spent on internationally traded goods, selling at world prices, than it does when spent on its own goods at home. Contrary to what China Daily declared this week, it is arguable that Norway is “now No 1 in trade”.
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A high-yield investment program (HYIP) is a type of Ponzi scheme, an investment scam that promises unsustainably high return on investment by paying previous investors with the money invested by new investors.
PIPS (People in Profit System or Pure Investors) was started by Bryan Marsden in early 2004 and spanned more than 20 countries. 15 16 PIPS was investigated by Bank Negara Malaysia in 2005 which resulted in Marsden and his wife being charged in a Malaysian court with 97 counts of money laundering more than 77 million RM, equivalent to $20 million. 17
Some HYIPs have incorporated in countries with lax fraud laws to secure immunity from investor laws in other countries. The operators have been known to host their website with a web host that offers "anonymous hosting". They will use this website to accept transactions from participants in the scheme. 5 original research?
Other HYIPs that have been shut down due to legal action include Ginsystem Inc. in Singapore, 19 City Limouzine in India, 20 21 EMGOLDEX or Emirates Gold Exchange, and WorldWide Solutionz in South Africa 22 23
OSGold was founded as an e-gold imitator in 2001 by David Reed and folded in 2002. According to a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in early 2005, the operators of OSGold may have made off with USD $250 million. 14 CNet reported that "at the height of its popularity, the OSGold currency boasted more than 60,000 accounts created by people drawn to promises of "high yield" investments that would provide guaranteed monthly returns of 30 percent to 45 percent." 14
Another large case took place in Thailand in 2008. Colonyinvest cheated 50,000 Thai investors out of about 5 billion Baht (~ 150 million US$). 18
Some investors try to make money by attempting to invest in HYIPs at an early enough stage to create a return, and then by cashing out before the scheme collapses to profit at the expense of the later entrants. This is in itself a gamble as poor timing may result in a total loss of all money invested. To reduce this risk some of these investors use "tracker sites" listing the schemes and their current state. One expert states that there is not enough evidence to corroborate that tracker sites can actually help investors make more money. 6
Operators generally set up a website offering an "investment program" which promises very high returns, such as 1% per day (3778% APY when returns are compounded every day), disclosing little or no detail about the underlying management, location, or other aspects of how money is to be invested. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has said that "these fraudulent schemes involve the purported issuance, trading, or use of so-called 'prime' bank, 'prime' European bank or 'prime' world bank financial instruments, or other 'high yield investment programs.' (HYIP's) The fraud artists … seek to mislead investors by suggesting that well regarded and financially sound institutions participate in these bogus programs." 1 In 2010, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) warned that " t he con artists behind HYIPs are experts at using social media — including YouTube, Twitter and Facebook — to lure investors and create the illusion of social consensus that these investments are legitimate." 2
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