Microsoft today announced the opening of a “test drive” so that people can see what Microsoft Office 2007 might look like when it finally goes on sale.
The OpenOffice.org Community invites potential upgraders to go one better – download the full OpenOffice.org 2 office suite today for a
test drive, and if you like it, use it free for as long as you like.
It’s the ultimate no-strings-attached test drive – if you enjoy the test drive, keep the car!
Most people have some type of a home office. Whether it’s used for work, managing household finances or helping the kids with homework, there is usually a room designated for a computer, printer, filing cabinet and other office supplies.
If you haven’t spent much time planning your home office, you may wind up with a cramped, cluttered, uncomfortable space that simply doesn’t inspire productivity. Here are some tips for setting up your home office. The first five items were contributed by Genevieve Gorder of TLC’s “Trading Spaces”. The remainder are my common-sense tips that come from making my own mistakes.
I have come to believe that having too much money to start your new ebusiness can be a bad thing.
1. You become wasteful of your time and money.
My father always says the more money you have then the more money you waste and this is even more true in business finance than personal finance. If you have a limited budget then you watch every dollar carefully and expect it to pull its weight. The more carefully you weigh your expenditures the more likely they are really worth the money.
Here are some news from Denmark – we haven’t recently been very much up-to-date with our news submission – and i hope soon to make it up to all of our friends out here.
Quite a few things have been happening here: