Good bye 2014, Hello 2015

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This year was riddled by lots of ups and downs. Year after year I am learning to accept what life has to offer and how to be more patient and optimistic.

It seems that everything, no matter how bad it looks, is there to teach me a lesson. Life seems to always remind of this nice story.

These are the worthwhile things I accomplished this year: Continue reading

ReturnOfKings.com: An Open Letter Of Apology To American Women

Dear American Women,

I am sorry you were born as females in the west. Because of the toxic culture you’ve been marinated in you will never fully appreciate just how fortunate you are to have been afforded the privileged lives you enjoy. None of this is your fault, of course. Whether you like it or not, third-wave feminism is to blame and it has quite literally stolen any chance you have for true happiness as a woman.

From an early age you will be told that you are princesses and deserve the best of everything simply because you were born with vaginas. There is some truth to this, but not for the reason you’ve been raised to believe.

You see, you could be princesses and eventually even someone’s queen worthy of the utmost respect. The truth is, you are more valuable than men from a reproductive standpoint. But before you pump your fists, those titles and the respect that comes with them are ones you must earn. This takes time, temperance, and discipline.

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StraightTalk: Are you thinking to use their service? Think again

Hello,

I share with you my negative experience with StraightTalk.

I was a happy user of AT&T but wanted to save some bucks and StraightTalk looked nice and I figured I give a try.

By the way, this is an article that costed me 59.06$ (and 2+ hours of frustration) because I paid for something I never received and could not get a refund. Read on to know why. Continue reading

How to check who logged in and when via Windows Remote Desktop

Hello,

Remote Deskop is a nice facility built-in Microsoft Windows from XP and up.

You can use it to remotely administer your computer or simply do programming work.

Many times you may want to keep track and see who is logging into your PC for security reasons. This article will show you how. Let’s proceed!

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Personal artificial intelligence (AI) assistants

This blog post is inspired by my review and experience with Amazon Echo device.

I will be presenting some other AI based personal assistants.

Personal Robot

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SHE’S THE WHOLE PACKAGE: a personal assistant, photographer, storyteller, telepresence device & the smartest home automation system.

Check it out from here.

Homer

Intelligent self learning home automation and security device, and a smart personal assistant.

Check it out here. Continue reading

Should I lease or buy a car? Should I buy a new or a used car?

Hello,

I ran into this nice website called “Better Money Habits” that has a bunch of education videos to instruct you how to make a better money decisions.

In regard to this blog post, I found the topic of buying or leasing a car very well explained on that website.

Buying a new car versus a used car

Check this video: https://www.bettermoneyhabits.com/car-buying/preparing-to-buy-or-lease/buy-new-used-car.html

The key factors mentioned are:

  • Initial price
  • Loan and Interest rates
  • Insurance rate
  • Repair costs
  • Fuel efficiency and cost
  • Depreciation and car’s value over time

What about leasing?

Check this video: https://www.bettermoneyhabits.com/car-buying/preparing-to-buy-or-lease/lease-or-buy-car.html

Key points to consider:

  • Monthly lease fee
  • Down payment to start the lease
  • Buy back price: should you consider keeping the car at the end of the lease
  • Total cost of a bought car versus total amount of lease and buy back price

It is almost always that buying the car is cheaper then buy back at the end of the lease, however when leasing you are paying less on a monthly basis.