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Ooma Small Business Phone: Now Offering Phone Savings to Businesses

Recently while reviewing the Ooma website I noticed that Ooma just released the Ooma Small Business Phone Service! With how successful my Ooma Telos Phone Service has been for me personally (check out my home phone service review) this may be a good option for businesses that needs five phone extensions (or 15 virtual extensions),

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Google TISP Review 2013 – One Year Later

Last year I heard about a great new internet service provider that was completely free, and accessibly by 99.9% of homes in America. My co-workers turned me onto the new service offered by Google called Google TISP (Toilet Internet Service Provider). I couldn’t believe it! Completely free internet directly from any toilet in my house!

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How to Save Money Like the Romanian Wonder

When I first started my out-of-debt journey, I roomed with a guy from Romania. This fella did a lot of things well. In fact almost everything he did – he did well (I know, those people are hard to be around, right?). He soon earned the nickname, “Romanian Wonder” through some of his exceptional exploits.

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Are You a Digital Hoarder?

I’m sure many of you have seen the show, Hoarders about people who are basically pack-rats and can barely move around in their own homes. Many of the episodes are pretty tough to watch as the hoarder hasn’t cleaned in eons and there’s generally animals around the place – and well –  you get the

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The new ways to pay

The internet has truly changed how we manage day-to-day activities – from applying for a job to setting up appointments with our doctors. And now, how we exchange money

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Shopping for a digital camera

Shopping for a digital camera can be difficult because there are so many different kinds and options available. Here is a good article I read in PCWorld’s magazine: How to Buy a Digital Camera. If you still have questions or are unsure, here is a good link to use called Measy. This is a quiz-based

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Evite the best way to send invitations

Creating and sending invitations with Evite is a simple 3-step process.  First, you choose a design.  More than 100 designs are available, but you can limit your options by looking at  designs for certain types of parties.  Once you choose a design, you have to enter the details about the party and add a message to

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Use to manage your finances

Manage your finances using Mint. This is a free finance program from the makers of Quicken and Turbo Tax that automatically syncs with your bank accounts, track spending and provides detailed graphs that show where your money comes from, where it’s going and how you can save more money. If you are worried about security or

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