Windows Live Hidden “Treasures”
Call me “old school” but I miss DOS. You remember don’t you? The Disk Operating System. Commands started with C:/ more commonly known as the “dos prompt.” In those days (back in the 80s), it was relatively easy to find out what files were on your hard drive. And it was relatively easy to delete […]
Starting my own business
It looks like the economy is starting to bounce back, but does that mean that all of the people who lost their jobs will have new employment opportunities? I’ve been working on a “part-time” basis for almost 5 years now. As a teacher, I have seen my paycheque dwindle year after year as provincial budgets […]
The Tax Man Cometh
With tax season just around the corner, I thought that I’d provide you with a link to one of my favourite (and most useful) sites. TaxTips.ca . There is some very useful information compiled on these pages and, for those interested in income taxes (or how to avoid them) it’s a great resource.