How to Increase Your Adsense Earnings Fast

On July 1, 2012, in Adsense, google, by admin

I am one of the biggest advocates of Google Adsense, and since having joined the program over two years ago, have benefited greatly. Every new blogger wants to make money from their website and Google Adsense is the easiest and most lucrative way to do it. But it is not easy. There are many prerequisites and a lot of hard work required to get to that point, but once you do the rewards are unbelievable.

How to Sell Items on Craigslist Safely and Effectively

On July 10, 2011, in Uncategorized, by admin

Many people ask me, “How do you sell so much and make so much from Craigslist?” I’m here to tell you today for free exactly how I do it. I have sold around 100 items on Craigslist and made lots of extra cash out of it. This is not a get-rich-quick scheme or any trickery. Just tips.To get started there are a few things you should know…
Craigslist is a completely free site. Craigslist itself just gives you a means to post your items and gives you a place where buyers will come looking. They are not like eBay who take a commission and make money off of every sale.
You need to have items to sell to make money off of Craigslist. I made lots of money but I also had lots of junk lying around my house. Anything I didn’t need…

How to put any eBook onto your Kindle

On July 9, 2011, in Uncategorized, by admin

I recently acquired an Amazon Kindle and I’ve found that its an amazing reading device, but doesn’t let you put any files on it other than pdf and its own MOBI. The most common conversion is from ePub to MOBI and this tutorial shows you how to convert from ePub to MOBI. With PDF files many of the features that are important such as font size are turned off, so having your documents and ebooks in MOBI format is a must. Thankfully there is an extremely easy way to do this. It involves a freely available program called Calibre. The great thing about this program is it’s for Mac, PC and Linux so everyone can use this tutorial! Once you download it you should get a screen similar to this…

Quick Tip: Find Your Network Key or Password in Windows 7 Without Connecting To Your Router

On January 10, 2011, in Windows 7, by admin

This is a quick tutorial on how to find your network password very easily by going through the Network and Sharing Center, clicking your wireless network, going to wireless network properties, and choosing the security tab. Maybe it will save you some time when you suddenly forget you wireless password. Check out Nishad Gothoskar at […]

Definition of Imaginary Numbers and Calculating i to High Powers

On January 10, 2011, in Math, by admin

This is a quick definition for i or Imaginary Numbers. It also gives a tutorial on calculating i to high exponents or powers using the divide by 4 trick. Hope it helps you understand imaginary numbers and the meaning of i. Check out Nishad Gothoskar at  

Using the Quadratic Formula

On January 10, 2011, in Math, by admin

This is a tutorial on how to use the quadratic formula. It is very basic and features an example of “i” or imaginary unit. x = [-b +or- sqt(b^2 -4ac)]/2a This formula is used with quadratic equations in the form ax^2 + bx + c = 0. Check out Nishad Gothoskar at Check out […]

Sum of a Geometric Sequence

On January 10, 2011, in Math, by admin

This is Nishad Gothoskar’s tutorial on calculating the sum of a geometric sequence using the formula. The formula used in this tutorial is [n*(n+1)]/2. I hope this is helpful for your mathematical needs! Check out Nishad Gothoskar at Check out Nishad Gothoskar at

Quick Tip: Hide Desktop icons for Screen Capture

On January 8, 2011, in Windows 7, by admin

Today’s quick tip is a relatively simple one but a tip that not everyone knows about. Did you know that you can get rid of all icons from your desktop with the click of a button and then show them again with another? I didn’t and for my tutorials I was making a folder and […]

Quick Tip: How to display empty drives on Windows 7

On January 3, 2011, in Windows 7, by admin

Sorry its been a while since my last post, but I’m finally back! This is really useful to me because since I use Ubuntu, Mac OS X and Windows 7, there’s a lot of erasing and reformatting going on. I was baffled by this the first time as the drive was shown as connected in […]

Run a Screensaver as Your Desktop Image on Mac OS X

On June 26, 2010, in osx, by admin

I have always wanted to do this once in a while and have never found a way until now. You can run ScreenSaver’s as your desktop background. To do this you have to use a quick Terminal script. Open Terminal which is located in Applications>Utilities> and then type the following line in: /System/Library/Frameworks/ScreenSaver.framework/Resources/ -background & […]

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