Thursday, July 31, 2008

Good news for country music fans

I always have the country music playing in my car. Most often I use my iPhone shazam application to download and purchase the country music song or even watch it for FREE on the youtube. While surfing the results on iPhone, I recently came across a site for Country Music Lyrics.
They have every growing data base of Country lyrics for your viewing pleasure. On the site they also have compiled a list of favorite lyrics consisting of songs from favorite old school Country Artists to the freshest and newest released Country Artists giving you ton of information on Country Music News. I recommend visiting this site even if you dont have an iPhone!

OWB turns five this year

By all accounts, the first release of OWB was underwhelming. That’s a characterization even Oracle officials are comfortable with. Oracle prides itself on its tradition of technology innovation—was actually second to market with integrated ETL: Microsoft kicked off the trend when it incorporated both ETL and OLAP features into its SQL Server 7.0 database, which shipped in 1998. Prior to delivering the first version of OWB in 2000, Oracle OEM-ed a series of data-mart suites powered by ETL technology from the former Sagent.

“Early releases of the product, to be honest, probably weren’t what a lot of customers were hoping for,” says Paul Narth, a senior group manager with Oracle who heads up the OWB 10g R2 (“Paris”) product effort.
“So they might have had exposure to it in the beginning, and many of them might have written it off. We’re finding that with recent releases, [customers] have started to come around. If they were exposed to it in the early days but haven’t checked it out since then, they owe it to themselves to give it another look.”

OWB’s biggest selling point—aside from its unparalleled performance on the Oracle 10g database, of course—is probably its price:
1. OWB ships with Oracle’s Developer Suite, which retails for a flat $5,000 per named developer.

2. A version of OWB is also bundled with Oracle Business Intelligence, a flavor of the Oracle Application Server that’s optimized for BI.

3. Oracle doesn’t layer any processor or user-licensing restrictions on top of this flat fee, Narth claims—although there is an extra charge for connectivity into non-

4.Oracle data sources, which include IBM DB2 UDB (as well as DB2 on the mainframe), Microsoft SQL Server, Sybase, Oracle’s ERP stack, PeopleSoft’s ERP stack, and—of course—SAP.

5. Has connectivity into non-Oracle data sources, Narth claims, OWB is a much more affordable option than the best-of-breed ETL tools.

Sunday, July 27, 2008

Deal or Dud Eyeglasses?

An online prescription eyeglasses Web site claims it can have you seeing 20-20 for about $20 or even Zenni Optical $ 8 Rx Eyeglasses. Zenni Optical offers a wide range of frame styles, using a prescription filled by an optometrist or ophthalmologist. Are its products are a Deal or a Dud ?

Look for yourselves. The answer lies in here when Zenni Optical was on FOX news! and the site has uncovered that this is no joke but a serious mirror cracking deal. You can get Incredible Stylish New Frames From Zenni at very low prices guaranteed and also free shipping I believe. Check it out soon.

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Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Free NFL picks

The NFL season is approaching around the corner and as you know it the NFL is probably one of the most watched sports on television all across the country!

With more and more sites offering free NFL picks and addict sports, you can never really know which ones to go to for and which ones are accurate.

You have 2 broad choices that I'm sure will help you to pick that "Super" team this year.

1 - Go to a free website for college football picks and use other people's opinions to guide your decisions
2 - Go and pay a yearly fee to gain access to some unique content from daily writers.

If I am a no brainer I would go for option 1 for football picks

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Beautiful Stylish New Frames From Zenni Optical

If you are looking for an alternative to the expensive glasses from Sears optical, then you have come to the right place. You can now get all kinds of stylish glasses and frames for the very low cost at This web site now sells stylish Prescription Glasses Online. You will find huge selection of frames, with single vision lens, sunsensor (potochromic)lens, tinted suglasses lens, bifocal lens and progressive lens. The Secret to Zenni’s Low Prices
is that they sell only their own manufactured frames direct to the customer, with no middlemen and virtually no advertising budget.

Friday, July 4, 2008

LifeLock Identity Theft solutions for Breaches Data that is 2008 record high

To date, the 2008 Breach Stats Report indicates the following: 17.0% government/military agencies, 21.3% from educational institutions, 36.8% from general businesses, 14.9% from health care facilities / companies, and 10% from banking / credit / financial services entities.

More companies are revealing that they have had a data breach, either due to laws or public pressure. Either two things are happening - the criminal population is stealing more data from companies AND that we are hearing more about the breaches. LifeLock has been tracking breaches since for a while now. One thing we absolutely can say is that this is NOT a new problem.

Question: Are all breaches alike?
No. According to Life Lock, security breaches can be broken down into a number of categories. What they have in common is that they contained personal identifying information in a format easily read by thieves, in other words, not encrypted.

Lost or stolen laptops, computers or other computer storage devices
Backup tapes lost in transit because they were not sent either electronically or with a human escort Hackers breaking into systems
Employees stealing information or allowing access to information
Information bought by a fake business
Poor business practices- for example sending postcards with Social Security numbers on them
Internal security failures
Viruses, Trojan Horses and computer security loopholes
Info tossed into dumpsters - improper disposition of information

Stay tuned at LifeLock Identity Theft resource center for regular updates on their blog as this list is updated.