Beat Me Down- Ep. 0 -PILOT- No Equipment = No Excuses!

www.scotthermanfitness.com This is the PILOT for a series I am going to be filming called “Beat Me Down”. This is going to be my way to show you guys new workout routines and how great they work by having my own butt kicked. (0:51)- Routine Sets & Reps Circuit 1 (1:51)- Dragon Skulls (3:05)- Berserkers (4:28)- Tornados Circuit 2 (15:12)- Prisoner Knees (16:59)- Hell Sprawls (18:34)- The King Is Here Be sure to leave me your feedback on: www.facebook.com Enjoy!! Check out www.scotthermanfitness.com for more information and detailed exercises! Join the most supportive and fastest growing community on facebook! www.facebook.com Check out my Routines & Tips on the SEARS FitStudio page! 🙂 www.fitstudio.com iPhone App! itunes.apple.com Bio-Engineered Supplements & Nutrition BSN www.bsnonline.net Check out my Meal Plan!: www.scotthermanfitness.com View TRX Pro Pack Here! tinyurl.com Follow me on Twitter! twitter.com
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why is Google Groups and Usenet down for the last two days (June 28, 2011)?

Question by : why is Google Groups and Usenet down for the last two days (June 28, 2011)?
Google Groups and Usenet are not receiving posts for the last 48 hours as of 28.6.2011
Contrary to the assertion of one answer, Google Groups is still down as of 29.6.11 in Europe. Logging in from the USA on a US server using an anonymizer such as HMA does not change things. Google Groups is down; Google Groups not working. Usenet indeed may be fine but I use Google Groups as the interface.
As of 30.06.2011 Google Groups is slowly working again, but only posting things from two days ago. There appears to be some huge traffic jam or backup.

Best answer:

Answer by Happy Harpo
Not sure, have seen same problem since June 25 2011, the system hiccup’ed and then went down solid. WTF, its part of a *lot* of people’s lives to get daily feeds on information and conversation with like minded folks. I’ve been using USENET News for a number of years, since about 1989 or so and was shocked when Google took it over, bought it out, or whatever and started Google Groups. It basically has gone downhill since. Centralized is not the answer, distributed is the answer.

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Can someone explain why they would trust a news outlet that puts down all good economic news while taking?

Question by James E Lewis AKA choteau: Can someone explain why they would trust a news outlet that puts down all good economic news while taking?
the majority of their advertising money from “Precious Metals Funds” and “Precious Metals Providers” who make 30% profit before you get any Gold, Silver or Platinum, if you actually get anything but a paper certificate?

Can someone explain why they would trust a news outlet that puts down all good economic news while taking the majority of their advertising money from “Precious Metals Funds” and “Precious Metals Providers” who make 30% profit before you get any Gold, Silver or Platinum, if you actually get anything but a paper certificate?

Best answer:

Answer by RJC
I don’t know.
Why wouldn’t they sue for slander if in fact economic news is being falsly aired by the network?
Makes no sense.

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Web Hosting Turned Upside Down

Web Hosting Turned Upside Down

You can safely forget most of the dire warnings you have read on the Internet about the perils associated with the selection of an Internet web hosting provider. The greater peril faced by new Internet business upstarts is far more likely to be their own lack of experience running a web site than poor quality web hosting service. That isn’t to say that poor quality web hosting can’t be found if you look hard enough but experienced web masters know that Murphy’s Law rules the Information Technology world and they plan accordingly. In this article we peek behind the Wizard of Oz web-hosting curtain to see what is really going on.

Most web hosting reviews are focused on showing you the tiny differences between a virtual web hosting account that costs .95 per month verses one that costs .95 per month. That cost difference might be important for your own personal web site but if per month really makes or breaks your business model, perhaps it is time to rethink things. If you are really worried about getting stuck by a poor quality web-hosting provider visit your favorite Usenet server such as Google Groups, and look for user postings about your prospective vendor. If you find lots of the vendor’s customers ranting and raving first take a look at the date(s) of the postings. Things may have changed. Next, consider the source. Is the poster someone with years of experience or a newbie? Was the poster expecting to pay .95 monthly but actually needed 0 per month of technical support? Realistic expectations go a long way toward making a happy customer and often this comes right back to experience.

Conventional web hosting reviews are focused on differentiating among largely irrelevant parameters such as noting the hosting provider that offers 600 Gb of storage space from those offering only 500 Gb. Likewise, vendor data transfer limits are differentiated even when multiple competitors are in the range of say 6000 Gb monthly. The overwhelming majority of new web sites won’t even use 10% of the aforementioned resources during the first year of operation. Thus, it is important to focus on your specific business requirements. Instead of comparing parameters that are for all practical purposes useless to your business, take time to evaluate vendors based upon their ability to provide more of any resource you may actually need. If you really might need more monthly bandwidth will it be available at a reasonable price? Look for a vendor that has a wide range of capabilities so that if you initially develop your site using FrontPage Extensions but later switch to Dreamweaver and Flash, it can still be supported without changing vendors. Take advantage of a vendors strengths. If Netcraft shows that a vendor’s own web hosts are running on FreeBSD servers, chances are good that this vendor will have excellent quality Unix skills even if they are kept hidden from answering trouble calls.

Integrate your web hosting activities with web development. If you are outsourcing web programming and database development, go one step further and outsource the activities associated with web hosting. This approach can significantly reduce business risks, such as outages caused by not keeping timely backups, often caused by inexperience. For those who wish to do their own web site maintenance, consider implementing a content management system (CMS) such as Drupal or Joomla. A CMS can significantly lower your development and maintenance costs.

Finally, keep in mind that while great web hosting is a fundamental underpinning of any successful online business, your ability to attract and convert targeted traffic via search engine optimization, pay per click, and the acquisition of relevant links will ultimately determine the results.

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Jason Canon over 20 years of hands-on computer networking experience. He has authored numerous technical publications including: photonic switching, gigabit networking, VoIP E9-1-1 and others. He is an expert author for EzineArticles.com and Vice-President of Technology Research for iTechGuide. E-mail: jmc at iTechGuide.com.