Typical PayPal fees within the same country are 1.9-2.9% + USD$0.30. When you cross borders, international PayPal fees can creep up to 3.9% + USD$0.30. So, a payment for US$100 could wind up with a fee of US$4.20, which normally gets paid by the receiver. A much smaller fee is applied to Mass Payments. Any online freelancers getting paid a full-time wage this way will surely have noticed the significant impact of these fees on their final wage. But, they’re completely unnecessary – we just need to get the people making payments to update their ways.
By the way, don’t get too cranky with PayPal for these fees. Ever seen the fees banks charge to make international transfers? PayPal are really just passing on bank fees and other processing fees to do with single payments. You’re no doubt saving PayPal money too by suggesting your boss make Mass Payments.
Using this method, a user can shutdown, restart, hibernate, etc. his or her computer, just by sending an email from his or her phone.
YOU SHOULD CHOOSE 5 OF THE BELOW STRATEGIES WHICH YOU FIND THE EASIEST TO IMPLEMENT AND WORK ON THEM FOR 5 DAYS (1 DAY EACH). THEN CHOOSE THE NEXT 5 AND IMPLEMENT.
IMPLEMENTATION IS THE KEY HERE, WORK UNTIL YOU HAVE EXECUTED ATLEAST 30 OF THE STRATEGIES AND YOU WILL HAVE QUALITY TRAFFIC FOR A LONG TIME.
[b][color=#3366FF]Hidden Bluetooth service in Windows XP and Vista..
Now you don't need to install any software for your Bluetooth device.
You don't know but you already had it in your window xp and vista.
Mozilla's Firefox just became the official browser of IBM.
The announcement came on Bob Sutor's blog this morning and means that tens of thousands of new users will be downloading Firefox at work - and, quite possibly, many will do it at home as well.
Sutor is VP of Open Source and Linux in IBM's Software Group, so it comes as no surprise that he supported this move. But this isn't merely for his division. Or even for the Software Group. This is for all 400,000 IBM employees all over the world.
The antenna issues plaguing the iPhone 4 have infuriated many iPhone users (and rightfully so), but have you ever wondered how Apple is training its employees to deal with the fiasco? Well thanks to one of our Apple connects, we now know the exact procedures AppleCare reps must follow when dealing with any reception complaints regarding the iPhone 4. Hit the jump to check them out.
Yup, just as the title describes; Unlimited doesn't actually mean unlimited! I'm in the UK and of course, we have many different internet companies such as "TalkTalk" and such. i'm currently with a company known as "British Telecoms" (BT for short) and trust me, when they say unlimited, they dont actually mean it!!
Another 5 Coolest Inventions you Probably Didn’t Know Exist
1.) Interactive 360º 3-D Holographic Displays
The Graphics Lab at the University of Southern California has come up with a cheap way to create images in 3D space (as opposed to planar space) by using a spinning mirror called a light-field display. Basically high speed video is projected onto a quickly spinning mirror, which then "reflects a different and accurate image to each potential viewer." The system uses an algorithm to figure out the correct shading and occlusion for the image.
How to Answer The 64 Toughest Interview Questions
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Everyone is nervous on interviews. If you simply allow yourself to feel nervous, you'll do much better. Remember also that it's difficult for the interviewer as well.
In general, be upbeat and positive. Never be negative.
Rehearse your answers and time them. Never talk for more than 2 minutes straight.
Don't try to memorize answers word for word. Use the answers shown here as a guide only, and don't be afraid to include your own thoughts and words. To help you remember key concepts, jot down and review a few key words for each answer. Rehearse your answers frequently, and they will come to you naturally in interviews.
HR Interview Questions For Freshers
HR Interview Questions For Freshers
1. Tell me about yourself?
I am down-to-earth, sweet, smart, creative, industrious, and thorough.
2. How has your experience prepared you for your career?
Today, we're announcing the completion of a new web indexing system called Caffeine. Caffeine provides 50 percent fresher results for web searches than our last index, and it's the largest collection of web content we've offered. Whether it's a news story, a blog or a forum post, you can now find links to relevant content much sooner after it is published than was possible ever before.
Some background for those of you who don't build search engines for a living like us: when you search Google, you're not searching the live web. Instead you're searching Google's index of the web which, like the list in the back of a book, helps you pinpoint exactly the information you need. (Here's a good explanation of how it all works.)
I thought long and hard about posting this, but in the end I decided that a video of a tortoise having sex with a Croc was just too good not to share.
Especially entertaining are the sounds he makes (seriously, I had no idea tortoises made any noise) and the expression on its face. Also, I've never owned a pair of Crocs and now I don't think I ever will.
Many Times, New Softwares, Games require you to have the Latest Service Packs to Install. There's a way to bypass that.
Connecting, collaborating, and engaging with your market holds more benefits than just increased sales – Feedback from your audience is invaluable if you want to create a quality product (or service) that actually appeals to potential customers. In this post I’ll outline a few of the tools that will help you do this:
Google Talk Chatback
Google Talk has a handy little feature called Chatback which will allow visitors of your website to send messages straight to your Google Talk account; all you need to do is install a simple widget on your website. Your visitors don’t even need an account – They can simply start writing messages directly via the widget.
Oddcast introduces AudioPal: an online service to allow individuals and businesses an easy and effective way to add audio to their online message.
Use a Shortcut to Local Area Network Connection Information Tip:
Here's something new in Windows XP, instead of using the command line program and typing ipconfig to get local area network information, you can try using the following shortcut:
* Click on Start, point to Connect to, and then click Show All Connections.