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Bill Gates Stepping Down From Microsoft

Today Microsoft announced that on July 2008 Bill Gates will step down from his daily duties at Microsoft and will work part-time as chairman and technical adviser for the company. The main reason for this is that he will be working full-time for the Bill and Melissa Gates foundation, which he founded with his wife. […]

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Getting Hacked and Having a Backup

Recently when I was visiting a popular Vancouver acting site, Vancouver Actor’s Guide, I decided to visit the forum to read some messages if there was anything big happening around here as many people like to call it Hollywood north here. While browsing the forum, all of a sudden every page was redirected to a […]

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Financial Management

70000 Beer Cans in an Ogden Townhouse

Just when you think you’ve seen it all, everyday seems to introduce something new that you haven’t seen before. Let’s start off with actual pictures of the event in question: ____ Now apparently this event happened about a year ago, but the general story is that the tenant of the building had lived in the […]

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Financial Management

Canada GST Tax Cut To 6%

Just recently it was announced that the GST, Goods and Services Tax, here in Canada will be reduced from 7% to 6% starting on July 1st of this year. I guess that means everyone will be able to save some money here and there for other things. For me personally, I have kind of gotten […]

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Nintendo Wii

So today Nintendo announced that the official name for its new console, that is suppose to debut around Christmas this year, is called the Wii (Pronounced as in “We”). For those who don’t know, the original codename for the system was the “Nintendo Revolution”. I’m not sure what to think about it as when I […]

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Financial Management

Reducing Income Tax By Hiring Your Child

With the tax filing deadline closely approaching here, everyone is always on the lookout to try and find ways to reduce the amount of taxes that they owe in hopes to receive a large refund on their tax return. Investing in an RRSP, Registered Retirement Savings Plan, or deducting business expenses for self employed individuals […]

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