Archive for December, 2012

Loan

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Question by Dat_1_Chiq: What Loan company will take over my federal student loans when the loans are in default?
What Loan company will take over my federal student loans when the loans are in default so I can go back to school?
My loans are government loans from Saillie Mae. I owe them under $ 5000.
I heard about this company that will take over your school loans from them but I don’t know the name of the company.

I am at the point where I can’t get a federal student loan until I pay this off.

Best answer:

Answer by NotAnyoneYouKnow
When your federal educational loans are in default, you have several options:

You can repay the loan in full.
You can negotiate a new payment plan with your lender.
You can “rehabilitate” your loan.
You can consolidate your loan.

Obviously option one is rarely attractive or possible for defaulted borrowers.

Option two (renegotiate) should be investigated fully – most borrowers skip this step, but it’s probably the best option for most people. Call your lender and ask to speak to someone in the “Workout” Department. Explain your situation to them (there’s nothing unusual about it) and ask what options are available to you for switching to a graduated, extended or income-sensitive repayment plan. If your lender will agree to change your repayment plan, a few regular payments will get your default status removed, and the new plan may be easier for you to keep up with.

Option three (rehabilitation) is really a specific form of a workout agreement. It probably won’t help you much in your situation, because it requires an agreement between you and the lender that will allow you to make 9 consecutive on-time payments of some agreed-upon amount.

Option four is everyone’s favorite, but you must absolutely understand what a consolidation loan will do. To keep this utterly simple – a consolidation loan is a brand new loan that will pay off your old, defaulted loan. A consolidation loan MAY lower your monthly payments, but understand how this works. A consolidation loan never lowers your payments by wiping away some of your debt – a consolidation loan lowers your payments by stretching out the length of your loan. If you pay less every month, you’ll make many additional monthly payments, and – in the end – you’ll pay far more back than you would have paid on the original loan.

As an example: Suppose I lent you $ 100 and you agreed to pay me back in 2 weeks by paying me $ 50 a week. You came back a few days later and explained that you weren’t going to be able to afford to pay me $ 50 – is there something else we could do? “Oh, absolutely,” I’d say, gallantly. “Instead of paying me $ 50 a week for 2 weeks, how about if you only pay me $ 10 a week for 17 weeks?”

See – in the end, you’ll pay me back $ 170 instead of $ 100 – that’s how a consolidation loan works. But remember – we’re not talking a $ 100 loan for a couple of weeks – by the time you pay that $ 5000 loan of yours back over many years, you’ll pay a few thousand more than you might have paid if you didn’t consolidate that loan.

I’ve attached some information about consolidating from the Department of Education – take a few minutes to read it over. If you do choose to go this route, be sure to consolidate with a reputable lender (or directly with the government) and not with some fly-by-night operation that you learn about from some pay-per-click site shilled on Yahoo! Answers.

Good luck to you!

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Loans
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Loan Store in Detroit.

Loan
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Mi sobrino Loan, una vez más (y van no se cuantas). Visita fugaz a Fuerteventura, verano 2009 😀

Loan Applications and Interest Rates
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June Loan Applications and Interest Rates, as reported by the Mortgage Bankers Association.

blog.forest2market.com/2011/07/01/housing-market-update-j…

Loaned Executives offer key support to United Way workplace campaigns
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CINCINNATI (8/8/2012) – Nineteen Loaned Executives (LEs) and their employers or sponsors are helping United Way of Greater Cincinnati during its annual campaign. The effort raises resources to support work that leads to achievement of the Bold Goals for Our Region in the areas of education, income, and health (see www.uwgc.org/boldgoals).

The Loaned Executives came on board in late July and work as extensions of United Way staff, working with volunteers and Employee Campaign Coordinators to establish and run workplace campaigns, develop campaign strategies and broaden the base of community giving.

The participants gain valuable experience in marketing, management, customer service, and strategic planning that can be useful back at their companies and organizations.

The following people are participating in United Way’s 2012 Loaned Executive program:

•Jillian Alig – United Way of Greater Cincinnati (sponsorship)
•Malcolm Bobo – UPS, Inc.
•Anna Coutts – Catholic Health Partners (sponsorship)
•Cheryl Cowan – Macy’s, Inc.
•Dan Curtis – Ohio National Financial Services (sponsorship)
•Aaron Fritz – Deloitte & Touche LLP
•Liz Glaser – Xavier University (sponsorship)
•Raenell Glenn – Ford Motor Company, Sharonville Plant, UAW Local 863
•Jerry Jaspers – GE Aviation, IAM Local 912
•Jennifer Kilby – Macy’s, Inc.
•Sue Kolp – Macy’s, Inc.
•Mona Miliner – Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
•Jesse Milligan – Fifth Third Bank
•Oyinkansola “Bukky” Ogunrinde – Mercy Health
•Stu Press – American Red Cross Cincinnati Area Chapter
•Chris Streit – Western & Southern Financial Group
•Regina Troxell – The Christ Hospital
•Venita Valdez – United Way of Greater Cincinnati (sponsorship)
•Jane Wright-Combs – GE Aviation, UAW Local 647

United Way of Greater Cincinnati’s 2012 campaign officially kicks off August 22 with a noon event on Fountain Square. The 2011 campaign raised ,875,000. The campaign supports programs in Hamilton, Clermont and Brown counties and the Middletown area in Ohio; Boone, Campbell, Grant, and Kenton counties in Northern Kentucky; and Dearborn and Ohio counties in Southeastern Indiana. It is a fundraising partnership with the Cincinnati Area Chapter of the American Red Cross. It ends October 26.

(United Way of Greater Cincinnati photo)

Loan Process
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Receiving a BRAC loan.

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Control Panel

Control Panel
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Image by Tim Dorr
Took some pictures for marketing graphics on www.asmallorange.com. I’m releasing these under a totally free CC license. Feel free to use them however you like.

Question by 3d: How do I restore one file from my Cpanel?
I have my own domain with Cpanel. I accidentally deleted a file, but I did an entire site backup a few days ago. I don’t want to restore everything, just get one file back. How do I do that?

Best answer:

Answer by Manoj F
can u see a recycle bin in the cpanel? if ur inside cpanel , you can see it on the right side of the page, once you open you filemanager. click on the file name to restore, click on the bin to empty the bin

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

No digital facelifts: thinking the unthinkable
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Gardner Campbell & Jim Groom
youtu.be/lelmXaSibrc

CPanel View
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cpanel_permissions
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CPanel Top
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Routed Top for flushmounting TE Sticks

CPanel Detail
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IPv4 exhaustion

IPv4 exhaustion
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Question by rands: Do we have to buy new computers when the IPv4 to IPv6 transition starts?
Okay I heard that the IPv4 exhaustion is estimated to be reached by February 2011 which is next month. If ISPs start upgrading their systems to IPv6 do they need to change their hardware? Do consumers like us have to buy new computers? Do we need new hardware for IPv6?
Edit: Do we need to change our modem and router if the ISP upgrades to IPv6?

Best answer:

What do you think? Answer below!

IPv4 exhaustion
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IPv4 exhaustion
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Goodbye IPv4
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Goodbye IPv4
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Goodbye IPv4
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I can’t believe I’m getting paid for that

I can’t believe I’m getting paid for that
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Queen Charlotte Island , we have flown to Sandspit on a small Dash 8 and walk to helicopter and off we go. Last time when I was flying in a helicopter I was 11 but it was nothing like this …. This was small chopper and we were going right over the mountains with quite a few bumps . Perfect weather , super clear air and I got to tell you – such a incredible sensation when you barely clear mountain pass and wow … 1000’ drop .
Incredible nature …

BTW both image low res jpg as I only have my small 10” netbook . I will replace them later

Question by Susie C: How can I borrow money to fix up a rental property that is paid for through my home equity loan?
paid from a home equity loan on my current residence?
I already borrowed the money for the rental property from my primary home.

Best answer:

Answer by Paul in San Diego
If you have enough equity in your primary residence to take out a loan (probably a home equity line of credit, or HELOC), you can use that cash for whatever you want. Including fixing up a rental property.

And, remember that those repairs are tax deductible. And, so is the interest on the HELOC.

What do you think? Answer below!

Get Paid Graffiti
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Detroit graffiti – Get paid. I have no idea what it means but there are several instances of it in the city.

Feel free to use this photo for your website or blog as long as you include a photo credit with a clickable (hyperlinked) and do-follow link to ImSickOf.com/

Beauty Parade — November 1953 … Amid unemployment and inequality, is the American Dream at risk? (October 26, 2011) …item 2.. Scranton’s Public Workers’ Pay Cut to Minimum Wage (July 7, 2012) …
Get Paid
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"I’m trying to do the best I can with the limited amount of funds that I have," Doherty says, "I want the employees to get paid. Our people work hard — our police and fire — I just don’t have enough money and I can’t print it in the basement."

After paying workers Friday, the city had only about ,000 left in the bank. More money flowed into city accounts that day, but it was still not enough to pay the million the city still owes to its nearly 400 employees.

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But the heart of the American Dream has always been about mobility. As long as people feel they have a fair shot at building a better life, they’ve usually been able to put up with periods of economic turmoil, even with relatively high levels of inequality.

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… personal note: "when you borrow the dime, you’ll have to pay the time !!"
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…..item 1)…. THE LOOKOUT .. news.yahoo.com/blogs/lookout ..

Amid unemployment and inequality, is the American Dream at risk?
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By Zachary Roth | The Lookout – Wed, Oct 26, 2011

news.yahoo.com/blogs/lookout/amid-unemployment-inequality…

For well over a century, the American Dream has acted as a beacon of hope to people around the world: the notion that by working hard and playing by the rules, anyone can build a secure, comfortable life for themselves and a bright future for their kids. But as the country struggles to shake off the Great Recession, amid persistent joblessness and growing inequality, is that idea at risk?

"I’ve kind of lost hope in the American Dream," one unemployed Yahoo! reader told us earlier this month.

She’s far from the only one. When we asked readers over the summer to share their stories of long-term joblessness, thousands responded, and many lamented having lost faith in the country’s ability to provide for ordinary Americans. "I am scared to death of what lies ahead," one reader from Maryland wrote.

In May, a Pew poll found that just 47 percent of Americans think their kids will enjoy a higher standard of living as adults than they themselves do. As recently as 2009–the height of the economic downturn–that number was 62 percent.

This growing pessimism isn’t hard to explain. Fourteen million Americans are officially unemployed, and the number spikes to around 26 million if you count people who have grown discouraged and given up looking for work. The average duration of joblessness is now at a record 9 months. Meanwhile, GDP growth has been limping along since the official end of the recession over 2 years ago.

The young have been especially hard hit. Unemployment for Americans in their 20s has skyrocketed in recent years. And a growing number are moving in with their parents as they struggle to make ends meet.

At the same time, Americans have also been debating the thorny question of inequality–an issue spotlighted lately by the Occupy Wall Street movement, which started in lower Manhattan and has since spread rapidly across the country. A CBO report released Tuesday–just the latest in a series of studies to confirm the massive rich-poor gap–found that income for the wealthiest 1 percent of Americans had exploded since 1979, by a whopping 275 percent. Meanwhile, income for the poorest 20 percent grew by just 18 percent in the same period.

Americans don’t seem to be happy with that split. A study by professors at Duke and Harvard Business School (pdf) asked people how much of the nation’s wealth should ideally be controlled by the nation’s richest 20 percent, and its poorest. The responses: just over 30 percent, and just over 10 percent, respectively. That’s not anywhere close to the reality; the top 20 percent controls nearly 85 percent of the wealth, and the bottom 20 percent controls a share so small it didn’t show up on the researchers’ chart.

But the heart of the American Dream has always been about mobility. As long as people feel they have a fair shot at building a better life, they’ve usually been able to put up with periods of economic turmoil, even with relatively high levels of inequality.

That idea of mobility–crucial to the image of America as a land of opportunity–may also be overblown, though. An exhaustive, long-range 2006 study by the Brookings Institution (pdf) found that middle-income kids are only half as likely as kids from the richest quintile to reach the top of the income ladder themselves. The education system may be part of the problem. A separate study from 2005 by the liberal

Economic Policy Institute found that high-income students with low tests were more likely to finish college than low-income students with high test scores.

Of course, concerns about the flickering of the American Dream are hardly new. Back in the recession of the early 90s, Generation Xers graduating from college were told they’d struggle to do better than their parents had–a prediction that wasn’t borne out.

But this time may be different. Economists say that even once growth gets back to normal–whenever that may be–employment will likely come back lower than we’ve grown used to, thanks in part to increasing offshoring of jobs and automation. And our political system appears even more dysfunctional than it did even back then. Last week, Republicans in Congress blocked efforts to spur job growth that would be paid for by raising taxes on millionaires.

"It’s time to reclaim the American Dream," then-Sen. Barack Obama declared back in 2007. At this point, it looks like we’ve got a long way to go.

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Tell us your story: Do you think the American Dream is still possible?
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…..item 2)…. KCLU … www.kclu.org .. A Community Service of California Lutheran University …

Scranton’s Public Workers’ Pay Cut to Minimum Wage

Sat, July 7, 2012 12:55pm
Story by Jeff Brady

www.kclu.org/npr/?id=156416876

LISTEN TO THIS STORY ON NPR.ORG »

The city of Scranton, Pa., sent out paychecks to its employees Friday, like it does every two weeks. But this time the checks were much smaller than usual. Mayor Chris Doherty has reduced everyone’s pay — including his own — to the state’s minimum wage: .25 an hour.

Doherty says his city has run out of money.

Scranton has had financial troubles for a couple of decades — the town has been losing population since the end of World War II. But the budget problems became more serious in recent months as the mayor and the city council fought over how to balance the budget.

Doherty wants to raise taxes to fill a .8-million gap. The city council wants to take a different approach and borrow money. City council members did not respond to NPR’s requests to discuss the dispute.

"I’m trying to do the best I can with the limited amount of funds that I have," Doherty says, "I want the employees to get paid. Our people work hard — our police and fire — I just don’t have enough money and I can’t print it in the basement."

After paying workers Friday, the city had only about ,000 left in the bank. More money flowed into city accounts that day, but it was still not enough to pay the million the city still owes to its nearly 400 employees.

Scranton’s public workers received a few days’ warning this was coming. John Judge, a firefighter and president of the International Association of Firefighters, Local 60, typically receives about ,500 every two weeks, after deductions. On Friday his check was less than 0 — before deductions.

"Don’t know how I’m going to pay bills at home. I may be able to stave it off for a little while," Judge says. "[The] kids aren’t going to be able to do certain activities this summer — maybe we’re not going to be able to go on vacation."

The firefighters’ union, along with the police and public works unions, have taken the city to court. Lackawanna County Judge Michael Barrasse issued an injunction, essentially agreeing with the unions that the city was breaking the law, but Doherty says he doesn’t have another choice. Despite the injunction, he had the city send out paychecks based on minimum wage.

The unions plan to be back in court first thing Monday morning to ask the judge to hold Doherty in contempt.

There’s been no love lost between Doherty and the public employee unions because of this battle; they’ve already spent the past decade in a legal dispute over pay that went all the way to the state supreme court. Both sides come to this latest battle with plenty of baggage and hard feelings. But with nearly 400 city workers receiving a fraction of the pay they typically get, pressure is building to resolve the issue soon.

Copyright 2012 National Public Radio. To see more, visit www.npr.org/.
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Getting Paid
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Got Paid
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The Iron Giant got paid, ya feel me?

getting there
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IronPort and IPv6

IronPort and IPv6
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Somehow I missed it: Cisco/IronPort’s AsyncOS 7.6.1-022 supports now

Question by Wasiq: can we make two systems able to communicate where one system is assigned an IPv6 and another is assigned IPv4?
can we make two systems able to communicate where one system is assigned an IPv6 and another is assigned IPv4? How can we do this?

Best answer:

Answer by ThePro
Short answer is no, unless you have some device in the middle that “translates” IPv6 to IPv4 and vice-versa.

Add your own answer in the comments!

IPv6: ¿estás listo para el futuro de Internet?
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www.infocux.com/WUhncQH1

IPv6
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Awesome stickers that Benjamin & Noah picked up at CES

Today’s latte, World IPv6 Launch.
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IPV6 Summit
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How To Disable IPv6 In Windows 7?
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Type DisabledComponents, and then press ENTER.

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HostGator Cpanel Login Screen

HostGator Cpanel Login Screen
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This is an example of the login screen for the HostGator cpanel

Question by German: What is the best unlimited cPanel hosting provider out there?
I need to know what the best provider is for unlimited web hosting that has cPanel not another control panel. I am also looking for a low price, but high-quality, fast, etc.

Best answer:

Answer by finalfury1024
XionHost for sure

They have unlimited emails, bandwidth/traffic, space/storage, addon domains
for only 4.95 a month!
What more can you ask for?

visit them at www.XionHost.com

What do you think? Answer below!

New cPanel Login (April 2012)
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Suprised to see a new login form for cPanel after many years (I think).

The HostGator Cpanel Main Menu
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This is a picture of the HostGator cpanel menu. In my opinion, HostGator has the best cpanel installation of all website hosts.

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cpanel logo
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cPanel Backups
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Stock Brocker’s Version of a Pay Day Loan

Stock Brocker’s Version of a Pay Day Loan
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Used here: onlinepaydayloanspot.com/blog/2011/07/22/rhode-island-att…

Question by Lyric: How do I get loans to obtain another bachelor’s degree in a different field?
I was denied loans to obtain my bachelor’s in nursing because I ALREADY have a bachelor’s in business. I need my nursing degree for the field I now want to go into, but I have to get student loans to obtain it. I have never had a student loan so why is this so difficult? Will the new stimulus package help with the student loan process?

Best answer:

Answer by J812001
I am in the same situation as you. Here is what I did.

Fill out your FASFA form online (www.fafsa.ed.gov). Add all the schools that you intend to attend on your FASFA. Different schools have different deadlines to have your FASFA submitted. The earlier you submit your FASFA the better so that you can meet the deadline for all the schools. You must obey your school’s deadline not the federal deadline for your state. The school receives money from the FED and they prepare a financial aid package for all the students that meet their deadline and that are accepted. The student package consist of scholarship, Stafford and Perkin loans. This all depends on your family’s expected contribution toward your education. Whatever amount extra that you need you have to get a private student loan which is credit base. Your parents could also take a student loan on your behalf. For private student loans try Discover student loans and sallimae as. Your school should have a list of all the lenders that offers private student loans as well as a list of scholarships that you can apply for. Good Luck !!!!

If your expected family contribution is zero and you are interested in working in undeserved communities after you graduate for a free education. Check out the following link:

http://bhpr.hrsa.gov/nursing/scholarship/applicantbulletin/default.htm#benefits

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Pawnbrokers and Pay Day Loans
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19 May 2012. 515-519, High Road, Tottenham at the corner of Bruce Grove.

Before the Tottenham Riot in August 2012 this corner was occupied by Winkworth Estate Agents.

The slogan used by Haringey is "Building Back Better". Which has a nice alliteration and sounds upbeat. Unfortunately, it raises completely unrealistic expectations about how much control or even persuasive power local Councils actually have to influence decisions taken by developers, landlords, business owners, consultants, and Mayors of London.

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Of course, the social problems suggested by the prominent signs are not unique to Tottenham or London. And almost everything the UK Coalition Government does is making it worse.

§ Article by Jill Insley : Payday loans: bishop hits out at ‘sinful’ interest rates.
§ Article by Deborah Orr. The rise of payday loans replaces one debt bubble with another, nastier one.
§ Video of David Graeber talking about his book Debt: The First Five Thousand Years.
§ Noam Chomsky The people always pay.
§ Photos by Clive Carter of similar developments in the Stroud Green/Finsbury Park area.
§ Aerial view of where I took this photo.

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Bread and Circuses.

The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has given every borough £50,000 to pay for Olympic decorations.
(“Given” meaning that Boris is returning some of our tax money.)

Starting on 6 June, we will get Olympic lamppost banners all the way down Tottenham High Road

Plus an Olympic flag at Haringey Civic Centre. And what are called "London 2012 Community Celebration packs" to decorate Council venues (these include bunting and banners).

Splendid news for the increasing numbers of people using food banks. Or those who rummage in the waste bins behind some shops and restaurants.

Let them eat banners and pay off loans with bunting!

Stuff costs more using loans – Educational Advertisement
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With your financial support, we are able to afford an educational advertisement in the Google Ad Network.

Educational Ads are one of our top three projects to teach debt prevention.

Romney Ryan Plan for Student Loans
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Romney Ryan Plan for Student Loans. Students should be indentured to the banking system.

The flag background is from the White House website. The source image for the chain in the faux ad is a Creative Commons licensed photo from Elliott Brown’s Flickr photostream.

FSA Youth Loan Success
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Image by USDAgov
Rebecca Hatcher and Jake Broadway got their first taste of the cattle business through an FSA Youth Loan.

Exterior view of the Washington Loan and Trust Company Building
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Image by DC Public Library Commons
F and 9th Street, NW

December 1929

Exterior view of the Washington Loan and Trust Company Building under construction.

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vt-ipv6-FastE-bottleneck

vt-ipv6-FastE-bottleneck
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Comparison of legacy IP and IPv6 traffic when we discovered there was a fast Ethernet (100Mbps) in the link between us and Google for IPv6 traffic.

IPv6 is shown on top.

October 2010

Question by Ai: What is IPv6 and is it safe to run in my computer?
Going through my computer, I noticed that in my “EnhancedMySe7en” program, IPv6 is disabled. Should I leave it like that or should I allow it to run because it’s safe?

Best answer:

Answer by nicholas
IPv6 is fine, its simply a different Internet Protocol.

Give your answer to this question below!

world-ipv6-launch-top-10
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Snapshot of World IPv6 Launch network operator measurments on 11 Jun 2012. (Sorted by percentage.) See www.worldipv6launch.org/measurements/

IPv6-Vortrag am 16.5.2011
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IPv6-Kongress

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This is a map of my IPv6 network over Facebook

IPv6 WLAN-Einstellungen
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Image by McNail
Die IPv6-Einstellungen im WLAN hier. Und scheinbar funktioniert damit Firefox und der SSL-Extenders eines grossen FW-Herstellers nicht

158 of 365 – IPv6
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Image by Yogesh Mhatre
The furture is Here. The new, larger version of Internet – www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Uwjt32NvVA

Today being the launch day of IPv6, I went on snapping the relevant picture to make an IPv6 collage.

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xampp_install

xampp_install
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Image by Marco Nuñez G.
Instalando Xampp en el trabajo // aunque prefiero MAMP para mac jejejjejejejje

Question by 808WARRIOR: How prone is XAMPP to hackers and what should I do to avoid them?
XAMPP is installed on my networks MAIN computer. How safe is XAMPP? How prone is XAMPP to hackers and what should I do to avoid them?

Also, XAMPP is installed on an external hard drive. How severely does this affect the lifespan of that hard drive? That main computer is on for 16.5 ours a day; that is the equivalence of 6022.5 hours a year.

Best answer:

Answer by teandbikkies
XAMPP is designed for developers. Link may be helpfull. Good luck.

Give your answer to this question below!

XAMPP works on Windows 7
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got XAMPP to work on Win 7 machine. hoo! 😀

trick is to disable UAC to setting as shown. start > run > UAC

restart. voila

xampp セキュリティ設定
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隠れメニュー? 一応ちゃんと動作しましたが。

xampp-control.exe ausführen
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Mein Joomla! 1.5 Buch
Broschiert: 400 Seiten
Verlag: Addison-Wesley, München; Auflage: 1 (8. November 2007)
Sprache: Deutsch
ISBN-10: 3827325315
ISBN-13: 978-3827325310
online zu lesen auf joomla.cocoate.com

Startseite XAMPP für Windows
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Mein Joomla! 1.5 Buch
Broschiert: 400 Seiten
Verlag: Addison-Wesley, München; Auflage: 1 (8. November 2007)
Sprache: Deutsch
ISBN-10: 3827325315
ISBN-13: 978-3827325310
online zu lesen auf joomla.cocoate.com

20080923_xampp02
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xamppのパッケージ

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Community loans and training allow Bangladeshi farmers to grow maize

Community loans and training allow Bangladeshi farmers to grow maize
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Ershad Hossain Saju and his wife gave loans to maize farmers in their local community, enabling them to afford agricultural inputs such as fertilizer, and so achieve higher crop yields. Maize is a relatively new crop in Bangladesh, and farming families in the state of Patgram have been able to substantially boost production from around 5.5. tons per hectare to as much as 9.5 tons by participating in CIMMYT’s whole family training (WFT) program to learn to grow the crop. CIMMYT partnered with a local milling company—Doyel Agro Industrial Complex Ltd. —to deliver WFT. Saju is the local representative for Doyel, and by also acting as personal guarantors he and his wife allowed farmers to buy inputs at a reasonable interest rate. “I feel I made a difference in the livelihoods of poor farmers, and this is what Allah my creator told me to do,” he says.

Photo credit: CIMMYT.

For more information, this photo accompanied the story "Maize motorizes the economy in Bangladesh" in CIMMYT’s August 2009 e-news, available online at:.
www.cimmyt.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=arti…

Question by Dat_1_Chiq: What Loan company will take over my federal student loans when the loans are in forbearance?
What Loan company will take over my federal student loans when the loans are in forbearance so I can go back to school?
My loans are government loans from Saillie Mae. I owe them under $ 5000.
I heard about this company that will take over your school loans from them but I don’t know the name of the company.

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Answer by Found-1
No one will “take over” your loans. You will still owe the money to your lender when you are in forbearance. They will simply add interest every month while you are making payments.

If you are asking about defaulting the lender will just contract out with a collection agency to start calling and hounding you to mail them payments. If you make 6 to 12 months worth of willing and reasonable payments you can ask your lender to “rehabilitate” your loan. This is when you are issued a new loan and pay off the one in default so you can get federal fin aid again. Again, rehabilitation can only be done after you have made 6 to 12 months of payments.

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