Article Tools System © – Getting More Traffic the Easy Way!

You wouldn’t believe how easily you can develop original text for your Website by using an advanced Article Tools System. If you had enough spending hours on developing fresh-unique-text for your site, then this one-of-a-kind technology is just what you need. Want to know more about this amazing technique? Read here.

Some basics

What an advanced Article Tools System does is asking the user for a key phrase, it then starts researching and analyzing topic-related Websites for relevant sentences and sentence parts and collects them into an internal database. On step-2 the entire collected information is being sorted into different subtopic groups. Now comes the best part where all you have to do is to simply start ‘constructing’ new and original article(s) with virtually unlimited combinations.

Key benefits

Going down to the bottom line we notice the following benefits:

* Why spend on expensive PPC advertising while you can get the same visitors for free?
* Enables you to prepare continuous Newsletters at almost zero effort.
* Helps you on keeping your visitors come back to your Site by constantly updating it with new and interesting information.
* Highly effective for affiliates who focus on multiple niches.
* Powerful solution for WebMarketers who publish on free Article-Directories.


The following solution is considered highly popular due to the fact that Article Tools System requires almost no special professional knowledge or resources from the user’s side in order to prepare high quality WebContent. At this point the best advice would be to try it by yourself so you can benefit from the various advantages that it offers. One thing is clear – there are many other benefits provided by this exciting technology simply because it transforms complicated tasks automatic and effective.

Dan Kazinsky

The Right Tools Make The Job Easier

There’s something about doing a home improvement job that makes a guy fell like, well, a guy. Most women are not capable, or maybe just not interested in doing these kinds of jobs, so a man will feel that he stands out because he can.

Most men of the house choose to do their home improvement projects on the weekends since they work during the week. If a job is going to be done right, the planning has to be done ahead of time, and materials purchased and prepared so the whole project can be completed quickly.

The first thing anyone should worry about when starting a home improvement project is safety. Make sure you protect yourself from any kind of injury.

Therefore, proper tools should include proper Safety Tools such as a hardhat, a pair of goggles, ear plugs or ear muffs if you are using noisy power machines.

Once the safety gear is assembled, the other tools should be gathered. First, a hammer is a necessity. Its basic function is to pound a nail into a surface. Next, you may need a drill. This will be used to drill a screw into a surface. A drill can be corded or cordless, and if its corded, it has to be used near an electric plug or with an extension.

A screwdriver is a must have item. Two types are basic to a handyman’s tool box and they are the Phillips and the flat head. A screwdriver RSI used to mount something or to screw two things together.

A saw is an old tool that is still used extensively. Make sure you keep the blades sharp on your saw, so that you can cut through whatever materials you are working with, such as metal, plastic or wood. Electric saws exist to make the jobs easier, and all tools such as this should be kept in a safe place in the shop to avoid accidents.

You will need a pair of pliers for electrical work around the house. They are used to cut wires or install new wiring for a system such as an audio system

All of the basic tools for home improvement should be kept in your toolbox and only opened when needed. Tools laying around may be a danger, and if you keep all the tools together you can find them when you need them and the job will be easier.

Any of these tools is easily available in a hardware store so you can start building your toolbox and be read for that next home improvement project.

Greg K. Hansward

The Perfect Argument – the True Secret to Winning!

Everyone around us was waiting with baited breath, leaning forward in their seats, watching as if to see if the lions would eat the gladiators in the arena.

Well, it was actually a more modern version of that moment – A presenter at a conference posed an offer and a challenge.

“Who wants to win $200?”

Two contenders stepped up briskly and were seated across from each other at the table.

“Are you familiar with arm wrestling? Yes? So here’s the challenge. I’m giving you 20 seconds to get the other guy’s arm down on that table and if you do I’ll give you 200 bucks. Ready? Go!”

And the fists clenched, muscles seized and the hooting and hollering started immediately… They had every intention of making sure the $200 was their own.

That moment was very like the ones that go on in offices, school hallways, and homes every day.

A challenge is posed. Two people who are sure they’re going after different sides of a ‘win/loose’ battle have every ounce of energy poised. And everyone else leaps to take spectator seats, reinforcing the strategizing and maneuvering and battling.

As I watched I leaned over to the woman next to me and said out of the corner of my mouth “They ought to go for broke!”


While adrenaline fed the clenched fists, frozen arms and straining necks at the front of the room, I said… well, I’ll get back to that in a second.

How many times a day do you get to watch a discussion turn into a battle over who will win?

At one of my clients, a manufacturer of Industrial Machinery, battle broke out between the head of Accounting and the head of Sales. A string of emails flashed back and forth for a month, each one longer, more heated and accusatory. And the President of the company was cc’d on the series after weeks of this going on.

“What do I do with this?” he asked me, tossing me page after page of print.

“Change the conversation.” I said.


I’m asked that a lot.

“If you read the emails, each of them is insisting that their stand is the company policy. Your head of Sales says she struck a unique agreement with a new distributor in order to open the market in the northeast for your product, ahead of the competition. She’s guaranteed them commission payouts every 15 days. Your head of Accounting says payout on that schedule is against company policy and she won’t do it. Are they both correct in their perspectives at this moment?”


“Then change their conversation from competing to see who can forcibly win an argument, to HOW might this situation be addressed so that the company succeeds.”

And the 3 of them sat down and in 6 minutes had ironed out their solution.

Don’t tell me “But Linda, that’s obvious! It’s common sense!”

Life and business are about habits and adrenaline more often than they’re about common sense. I bet you could list at least 4 disagreements you overheard, or even participated in this past week.

Because no one started with the question “What could success look like in this situation?” and they certainly seldom pose the question with the other party at the table to join in.

When you look at the clenched fists of arm wrestlers, they’re identical to the joined hands of agreement. The only difference is the intention – to win over the other person, or to create joint success.

How do I know? Well in addition to the tens, or is it hundreds of times I’ve helped clients shift their conversation and their results, I did it there and then in the room.

“He said 200 bucks for getting the arm on the table. He didn’t put any limit on how many times. Work fast and work together and everyone wins.”

She grinned.

And at the 20-second mark both their arms were still in the air.

The presenter grinned and said “Anyone else want to try?” And I grabbed her hand and pulled her up from the table and headed for the front of the room.

As we sat ourselves down, he said “I want to up the ante here.” Before he went any further I asked “Is that the total limitation – arm touches the table top within the 20 seconds?”

“Yep, but this time, it’s for a 45-hour 15 week $2,997 course with me!”

I confess.

We both smirked. I looked her in the eye and with a faint side-to-side wiggle of my head quietly said “Fast and easy!”

“Ready? Go!”

Remember… 15 emails for 4 weeks and lots of anger… versus 6 minutes and a solution?

Well, $5,996 in under 3 seconds.

That’s what we created before the rest of the room had a chance to start rooting. Both of our arms were down on the tabletop within the first 3 seconds, and then we relaxed and easily did it another couple of times while looking up at him as the 20 seconds expired.

Hands in the same position as the combatants, the difference was in the intention.

What is your intention? What is the success you’re focused on creating?

Linda Feinholz

YFZ450 Steering : Special Tool Requied

I found i needed a speacial tool to remove a retaining nut holding the lower steering bearing in.The tool that is required for this process costs $65-$75 even for a cheap model of the tool.

i decided to find a way to make my own tool.if anyone is interested i could make them a tool also for 1/2 the price people are trying to sell cheaper quality items for.

Duration : 0:7:6

Continue reading

IndustrialCraft 2 Preview – Part 2

Thumbs up and comment! Expect more as the beta goes on.

What is Minecraft Forge

IC Forum



Duration : 0:7:17

Continue reading

Are there any special tools required to rebuild a mopar 904 transmission?

A friend of mine is gonna help me rebuild one of mine, and I just want to make sure I have everything I’m going to need before I start.
Edit: I know transmissions are very intricate. My friend is a certified tranny guy, and I’m also going to be one by the end of next year, I just haven’t taken that class yet in my degree course. Don’t worry, it’s in good hands.

Transmissions are very intricate and I highly recommend you take the tranny to a qualified re-builder.

Good luck mrgreg1

What kind of Safety Precautions can I take to protect myself and those I care about?

As I develop as a person, and I find more people to care for; what safety precautions can I take to protect them and myself?

Some tools I have:
a car
a cell phone
water in my car
a healthy body and seeking mind.

I try to be aware of my surroundings and my gut feelings. How can I protect and serve myself and those I care about?


1. The car: A good car can increase safety by a lot. The basic standard is for it to have ABS. It is also beneficial to have: Stability control, Traction control, Brake Assist; pretentioners, as many airbags as possible, etc…

2. A cellphone: Keep it with you for an emergency. Do not talk on the cell phone when driving. Talking on the phone should be one of those "Do if you have to" (like reversing or changing lanes). Yes, that might mean not picking it up! Whenever you drive on crowded streets, roads unkown to you, or if you expect the call to be emotional or long, you can choose not to pick it up!

If you do pick up the phone: tell the person over the line that you are driving. Make a short conversation, you could return to him/her later. When you are talking:

A) Use a mental trigger: Imagine a red alert light in your mind, and use that trigger whenever you are distracted from pure driving.

B) Divide your attention: Don’t just talk, share your concentration between the phone and the road. Perform repeatitive "chores" like checking your mirrors every twenty seconds or so, checking the speedometer ever once in a while. This keep you more alert.

C) Whenever extra attention is required (an intersection, for instance), use the magic words "just a sec." to delay the disscussion and give full attention to the road.

3. Water in the car: A healty, alert and hydrated driver is an alert driver. Fatigue and dehydration are just like driving drunk. Try to avoid driving while moving. Keep it for stops. It’s not just a hand taken off of the wheel, it’s a distraction and can obstruct your clear view of the road.

4. Seeking mind: Most important! First, understand driving is not an "easy" or "trivial" task. If it was, you could start driving at the age of twelve with no need for a test, restrictions, laws, enforcements. Plus, there would have been no accidents and everyone would drive like Michael Schumacher.

I’m not trying to intimidate you, I am trying to get you to think of driving in another way: Think ART, think of a VALUE. I drive in order to drive "better". Not safer or faster, better. To refine my art, to fullfill my value. I treat driving as a value and treat those who neglect it as people who do not respect values.

When you think of driving like this, you adjust yourself to it:
a) You create a safe enviornment prematurely: Set the seating position accordingly, dress up right, making sure you are fit to drive (otherwise, what’s the point if you cannot give your whole self for the art of driving?), checking the car’s liquids and tires (so very important!)

b) You define driving as the end goal: Hence you maintain focus and not get in the car and mentally put on "auto-pilot". You avoid distractions, because you know the hazards.

c) You plan better: Instead of focusing your eyes on a strip of tarmac which is a few feet ahead, you relax your eyes and "open" them, and look up for the largest distance you see to be clear, and everything between you and it is being covered by your peripheral vision. This way, obstructions and hazards do not come as a surprise, they are foreseen from a large distance, enabling you to have the time to plan what to do (you imagine yourself driving around the hazards, and than perform what you planned), and deal with the hazard eariler and smoother. You have less ground rush and maintain a smoother and more straight patch.

d) You go to refine your driving skills: Just like driving is not as easy as most people think, no one is really as good a driver as they think. The way to improve driving is not by gaining experience or via trail and error. Because bad things can also work. I mean, drivers can get away with a lot of mistakes, like not looking far enough, talking on the phone, etc… What you need is an advanced/defensive driving course.

Some of these courses also teach what is known as "limit-handling": Techniques for emergency braking, skid control, etc…This is nice but you must understand this one course like this is not really so skill enhancing as to actually teach you skid control or threshold braking. Train yourself to go hard on the brakes in every emergency. Most people "squeeze" the pedal down where they should be kicking it down. Go to an empty lot and get over that instinct. If you have standard brakes you will hear a constant screatch and if your have ABS you might hear some laud rattle. Both are perfectly normal.

Can u help me 2 find a missing industry in Lebanon?

I’m asked 2 do an Industrial Machinery reseach 2 find a competitive industy with well feedback 2 open in Lebanon…Is there any one 2 help?


Great post. The most important part of business is advertising. This makes or breaks a business. Some of the best ways to advertise I’ve found are:

1. Offline promoting (business cards, flyers, newspaper and other print advertising).
2. Online promoting (buying banner ads, forum posts, email auto replies).

The best method that’s worked for me so far is handing out business cards. I don’t do this in the usual way…. I buy them in bulk from a place online (they give the cards for free, I just paid shipping and handling…they also give a really nice free business card holder, it looks impressive). They’re really high quality. I just put all of the info about my business on the cards, and I hand them out on cars at bus stations, malls, etc. It’s worked out really, really well for me, and it’s completely inexpensive =)

Good Luck with your business!

Do you need special tools to make fresh jams or jellies?

On a side note what is the diff between Jelly and or Jams?

Jelly is made with the just the juice of the fruit, but jam contains juice and fruit chunks.

Although you don’t need special equipment, it sure makes the process easier: