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When the President Doesn’t Like Google Custom Search Results

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The President of the company contacted the Directory of Marketing with a disturbing observation. Promoting Your Competitors He reported that when searching the company web site the search results page was showing ads for their biggest competitors. Kalido, a data management software company in Waltham, MA had implemented Google Custom Search for their onsite search
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New SSD Joy Hampered by QuickBooks Error 3371

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My three-year old Dell Latitude is not keeping up like it used to. So, after a buddy suggested getting an SSD to extend the life of any computer, I bought one. I used Acronis to clone the existing drive and make it bootable and then put the SSD into the laptop. I was so impressed
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Starting Over: PortableApps Firefox 3.6

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One way to approach the issue in my previous post about the Firefox browser sending my CPU to 100% is to start over.  Mozilla Firefox 3.6 by PortableApps provides a simple way to create a fresh Firefox install. It gets installed in a separate directory so that you are sure to not overwrite or mix up
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Firefox Sends CPU to 100%

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I was an early user of Firefox and continue to support the Open Source browser.  Last year my computer (Dell Latitude E6500 running Windows XP) began to have problems keeping up with Firefox.  I recognize that I have a lot of very useful Extensions and a good number of Add-ons and a few plugins.  However,
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