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May 24, 2005 Free Articles

Suffering

Since wisdom is the art of coping with suffering, it starts with a willingness to tackle it head-on. Read more…

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Wisdom

What is wisdom? But first, what are the conditions that render it desirable, if not necessary, and what is its essential purpose?

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Natural Health

Natural health schools often provide comprehensive training programs geared toward self-healing and natural healing arts that may include but are not limited to acupressure, aromatherapy, color therapy, crystal healing, flower essences and essential oils, herbalism, homeopathy, ear candling, hypnotherapy, iridology, kinesiology, life coaching, massage, nutrition and many others.

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Naturopathy

Enrolling in one of many naturopathy schools may be beneficial to both upcoming students and professional practitioners. Job outlook is promising for many reasons, including that more and more patients are turning to alternative and natural medicine as opposed to conventional therapies.

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Achieving an Ambidextrous Mindset

History lends us an ideal of ambidexterity: Leonardo da Vinci, Harry Truman and James Garfield were all known to be physically ambidextrous, but to what does that translate? In modern times, ambidexterity isn't a hot topic, but in fact, we are all - to a degree - ambidextrous.

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Evict the Spammers from Your Inbox

Spamming has become a profitable business, driven by the low cost of sending email compared to other direct marketing techniques. The high return on investment for spammers has resulted in an overwhelming volume of unwanted messages in personal and business email boxes. This article explores how to implement an effective anti spam program.

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How Spammers Fool Spam Blacklists - And How to Stop Them

Effectively stopping spam over the long-term requires much more than blocking individual IP addresses and creating rules based on keywords that spammers typically use. Learn what sorts of solutions are out there, how the spammers fool them, and what you can do about it.

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How Spammers Fool Whitelists - And How to Stop Them

Effectively stopping spam over the long-term requires much more than blocking individual IP addresses and creating rules based on keywords that spammers typically use. Learn what sorts of solutions are out there, how the spammers fool them, and what you can do about it.

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How Spammers Fool Bayesian Filters - And How to Stop Them

Effectively stopping spam over the long-term requires much more than blocking individual IP addresses and creating rules based on keywords that spammers typically use. Learn what sorts of solutions are out there, how the spammers fool them, and what you can do about it.

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Hypnotherapy Schools

"...Hypnotherapy schools are regulated and/or approved by the State in which they do business; and many hypnotherapy schools offer basic, intermediate and advanced certification courses..."

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Traditional Chinese Medicine

"Traditional Chinese Medicine, over 2000 years old, is an ancient form of medicine. Consisting of acupuncture, moxibustion..."

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How Spammers Fool Rule-based and Signature-Based Spam Filters

Effectively stopping spam over the long-term requires much more than blocking individual IP addresses and creating rules based on keywords that spammers typically use. Learn what sorts of solutions are out there, how the spammers fool them, and what you can do about it.

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Sarbanes-Oxley: A Cross-Industry Email Compliance Challenge

The bulk of financial information in many companies is created, stored and transmitted electronically. For these reasons, compliance with federal requirements such as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) is heavily dependent on IT. Companies that must comply with SOX are U.S. public companies, foreign filers in U.S. markets and privately held companies with public debt. Ultimately accountable for SOX compliance are the corporate CEO and CFO.Learn the important issues your IT staff must consider when building a Sarbanes-Oxley compliant infrastructure.

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Spammer in the Slammer: Jeremy Jaynes Sentenced to Nine Years

Jeremy Jaynes was on top of the world. By age 28, he owned a million-dollar home, a high-class restaurant, a chain of gyms and countless other toys. Yet those were only the spoils of his main line of business, which was swindling innocent people out of their money through email scams. Now he has been sentenced to 9 years in prison. How will this affect the spamming community?

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BUSTED: Anti Spam Forces Bankrupt Super-Spammer Scott Richter

Scott Richter, the self-proclaimed "Spam King," admittedly responsible for sending literally billions of Unsolicited Commercial Email messages (UCE), made headlines again when his spam-fed cash cow, OptInRealBig.com, filed for bankruptcy protection.

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