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Technology

Train Your Staff - And Yourself - on Using The Net

All of us can use some extra help understanding the Internet. If you want some quick and easy tutorials, but don't want to go to a class or, more commonly, are too embarrassed to tell someone you don't know how to do something on the Internet, check out www.learnthenet.com. This site teaches beginners how to surf the Web, post to news groups, configure email, run searches, and more. So have fun with it in the privacy of your own desktop. And impress your staff and partners with how much you've learned!
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Internet Tip: Find A Seminar On-Line

Got a last minute need for CPE? Can't find a training program on leadership skills in your area? Have a new staff member who can benefit from a session on negotiation skills?A new website, www.seminarinformation.com claims over 200,000 conferences and seminars listed on line, which can be searched by topic and by region. Detailed information on the seminar includes dates,location, prices, who should attend, and a description of the program.
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Internet Tip of the Week: WebVCR

Road warriors, or those with a limited amount of Internet connect time can now "record" websites while you're online, and view them at your convenience and without incurring any phone charges "offline." Similar to features of a VCR (but MUCH less complicated -- and no clock setting to master!)WebVCR by NetResults is the latest technology to allow you surf the Web even when you're not connected.For those of you who enjoy reading newspapers on-line, this is an ideal product which avoids long phone line and access charges.WebVCR can be downloaded for a 15-day free trial at
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Web site of the week: Netmind.com

This week's Site of The Week is NetMind. Those of you who are following activities of particular companies, organizations, or even family members who have their own web site can register those sites that you are tracking with NetMind, and you will be emailed automatically when those sites are changed or updated.This is great if you want to follow news of your clients,referral sources, etc. Be sure to follow up any clientdevelopments with a phone call and keep an eye out for anybusiness opportunities that may appear!What are your favorite sites or Internet tips?

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