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Are you ready for your job interview? Did you know that tying your necktie is one of the important factors in applying for a job? If so, are you sure you tie it correctly? Check this out.
There are four ways to tie your tie; we have Four in hand knot, Bow tie knot, Windsor knot and half Windsor knot. But the most common used tie is the Windsor knot.
Let’s learn how to tie a tie:
- Place you neck tie under your collar. Make the right end of the color higher (the narrow one) at least 12 inches from the left (the wider side)
- Then, cross the left side going to the right.
- Then insert the wide part (left side) going up in the middle between the collar and the tie.
- Bring the wide one down in front. Then loop the wide one going to the right until the wide side reaches the front.
- From the front, pull the wide side again and loop it.
- Then bring the wide side down going to the knot in front.
- Make the wide side down and do a knot.
- Then lastly, you have to tighten the tie using your both hands going up to your collar.
Now, you’re done and ready to go for your interview. Good luck!
Think about the last time you ventured out into the field to do some metal detecting with the ever so present dream treasure at the front of your mind. Now think about how much frustration you encounted from picking a spot such as a field that had a lot of trash causing bad signals on your metal detector. For the veteran metal detectorist, this of course is rarely a problem as signal discrimination tends to become sort of a second language (a quality detector also helps!). I know from my own personal experience that I can easily take what would otherwise be a very pleasant day in the park and turn it into a very messy and stressful event.
Metal detecting is a hobby. Like any other hobby or passtime, we do it because it’s fun and stree-free. What can the beginner metal detectorist do to make the most out of their treasure hunts? Well to start I’d certainly recommend a solid detector based on what type of terrain you like to hunt. Next I would recommend a handheld pinpointring metal detector such as the Garrett Pro Pointer. The Pro Pointer tends to be on the more popular pinpointers on the market today and I can say from my own experience that I cannot live without it. It really allows me to elminate needless digging by pinpointing my finds very fast so that I’m able to carry on with hunting larget areas in a shorter time frame. I don’t think I could live without my Garrett Pro Pointer!
I have a few laptops. One for working… one for the home… and one for traveling. What I’ve been using lately is Dropbox to do some online backups of important files, and also to do some data sharing such as sharing work docs with coworkers through Dropbox and even sharing some photos with family. I love being able to access remote files instantly. You get a free 2 GB account so it’s worth checking out. Get Dropbox right here, check out the video! Free is sweet. I wish I started using this service earlier! A climate mangles a rush myth.
I install iTunes and it’s some good software however I’ve been having an issue. iTunes skips, it’s not skipping songs, but it’s skipping through the song as if the sync was off. A skipping MP3 is pretty weird. So I’ve been researching solutions and trying new things. Defragging didn’t help, actually nothing really helped until I found this solution. I’m glad I found a solution because it’s driving me nuts and I’m pretty hung over today. I don’t need my songs skipping while working and trying to ignore my headache.
I have Quicktime 7.0.4 installed right now. So the solution is based on that version.
iTunes Skipping on Windows XP Solution:
1) Close iTunes and Quicktime
2) Click the start button
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Want to know more about Qmail and the annoying qmail queue? I recommend this book – Qmail Quickstarter: Install, Set Up and Run your own Email Server: A fast-paced and easy-to-follow, step-by-step guide that gets you up and running quickly
At the following site you’ll learn a quick and easy way to clear all email from the queue from your web host.
This will not remove anything it should not remove. The script just clears all email from the queue safely and this is ONLY for qmail. ( Note: This is not for use with any other email programs ). Find more here at the link for qmail.
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How to remove ICQ from “New Tab” search in Internet Explorer
How do I uninstall the ICQ “New Tab” Search from Internet Explorer 8? It’s easy to remove ICQ from your browser, you need to run an uninstaller. Find out how on the ICQ site.
How to remove ICQ default search in FireFox
I installed ICQ 7 the other (ICQ 7.2) and it took over my PC a little. It installed a toolbar for FireFox and Internet Explorer and also set itself as the default search engine. To remove it I went into my control panel, clicked on Programs and Features, removed the ICQ Toolbar. But ICQ was still the default search when I typed something in the address bar (instead of the search bar). So I searched and searched and found the solution here.
To remove ICQ toolbar from FireFox
- go to Tools->Addons and find the ICQ Toolbar and uninstall it.
To change the FireFox search back to normal:
- Open a new tab
- Type about:config in the address bar
- Type keyword.URL to find the entry
- Change that entry to http://www.google.com/search?ie=UTF-8&oe=utf-8&q= to return to the normal google search. (keyword.URL currently shows http://search.icq.com/search/afe_results.php?ch_id=afex&tb_ver=188.8.131.52&q=)
You can change the default search URL to anything you want instead of Google. Here’s more info about the FireFox keyword.URL