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The "Tricks Of The Grade" Finally Revealed To ALL Students
The thing is...more and more students are becoming disinterested in academic endeavors. College isn't even a consideration for many students and among those who are enrolled in college many drop out or simply don't take it serious enough. All of this is resulting in a major educational decline here in America. Do a quick search using the Google Search Portal above and you'll see where America ranks globally in education.
Now if a nation isn't getting educated properly how can it improve? How can it compete with the rest of the world and where will the answers to the current problems of the nation come from if the people themselves aren't educated enough to eventually produce these answers?
The only solution seems to be finding a way to make education interesting enough...ignite that fire for learning in students...along with simplifying the entire learning process as a whole to help combat any anxieties associated with maintaining a decent GPA. Overall, students must be instilled with a high level of integrity when it comes to getting a good education.
Recently,I came across an accomplished educator whom I believe has a good solution. His name is Professor Joe Martin and he teaches in Tallahassee,Florida. He developed an incredible program that truly teaches students on all levels --but especially the college level-- the Tricks of the Grade. Students,educators,and parents alike are sure to to benefit from learning The Tricks Of The Grade.
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Don't Leave the House
"This is the first time in my research where consumers do not seem to care whether it's e-based or brick-and-mortar based," C. Britt Beemer , chairman of market research firm America's Research Group , told the Post. "Whoever makes the shopping experience the cheapest or the easiest wins." * The Washington Post: Retailers Strive To Meet Shoppers By Store and Screen
And for those consumers too worried about the mechanics of e-commerce, a new class is being offered in the Milwaukee area to teach people how to shop online. The Franklin Community Education and Recreation Department and the Muskego Parks and Recreation Department are offering a course on Dec. 3 called "Let Your Fingers Do The Shopping," the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported recently. (This sounds like an advertiser's dream, but no details are provided in the article on whether advertisers are underwriting the class.)
"Participants will be taken on tours of some of the major retail chain Web sites along with sites from smaller businesses. Then they'll learn how to order online with credit cards, and talk about shipping options and how orders are confirmed by e-mail," the article said. "For a lot of people, when they place a credit card (order) online, there's this automatic fear that somebody's going to steal their life savings away," Joe Schoen , computer coordinator for the Franklin rec department, told the newspaper. "What we're trying to do is simply offer the class and help them along with which sites are safe and what they should look for to get over that big concern." * The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Course To Teach Online Shopping
Of course, those wary Wisconsin-ites are smart to worry about e-commerce, as online shopping proves it isn't immune from consumer complaints. A "survey by the Consumer Federation of America found an increase in the number of local consumer agencies that cited e-commerce or the Internet as a major complaint category in 2002, pushing it into one of the top 10 complaints," Reuters reported. * Reuters via washingtonpost.com: E-Commerce Complaints Growing -- Study
A Digital Marketing Services survey conducted for America Online concludes that Nashville, Tenn. is the nation's top city for online shopping. That's right, the capital of country music tops New York, San Francisco and every other wired town you can name.
Over the past year, the survey found that "online shoppers surveyed in the top 10 cities spent more time researching purchases or browsing, up 44 percent from last year, or up to 23 times a month. They also spent more online, up 18 percent from 2002, with the average consumer spending $235 a month. And while such big cities as Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco are to be found on the AOL list, it fell to their midsize sisters to dominate, with Nashville, Tenn., No. 1," The Miami Herald said in its coverage of the survey. "U.S. Hispanics, meanwhile, were found to be exerting their shopping muscle online, spending more and making more purchases than the national average. Plus, 68 percent of Hispanic online shoppers surveyed said they planned to spend more online this year." * The Miami Herald: Shopping Online? Miamians Into It
The "Online Shopping Cities" report "tallies the average number of times consumers go online to research and buy products or services, as well as the dollar amount spent per month online. Raleigh, N.C., and Baltimore were among the top five. Washington ranked No. 6 -- up from the No. 10 slot last year," The Washington Times said. "The ascent of so many mid-sized cities demonstrates that online shopping has become more mainstream than ever," said Patrick Gates , AOL's senior vice president of commerce, as quoted by The Washington Times. "The online medium is a powerful tool for consumers looking for the best information and the best prices out there." * The Washington Times: Nashville Tops Cities For Online Shopping
London's Guardian newspaper yesterday picked up on data from Jupiter Media showing that online shopping is brisk across the pond. "The number of people shunning the cold and crowded high street for the comfort of their computer screens is expected to send online spend soaring for the fourth successive Christmas this year," the newspaper said, in a report that focused on online shopping in Europe.
"Consumer spending on the internet during November and December will hit [pounds sterling]4.2bn [about $7 billion], a 46% increase on the [pounds sterling]3.15bn [roughly $5 billion] spent during the same period last year, figures from internet research group Jupiter Media show. ... While traditionally big online sellers such as CDs, books and computer games will all sell well this Christmas, Jupiter predicts that the biggest winners will be web-based grocery stores such as Tesco.com , Sainsbury 's and Ocado , the online supermarket backed by Waitrose ." Who knew that groceries would be a favorite item for Santa? * The Guardian: Christmas Gift For Web Retailers
The same Jupiter numbers were picked up by ZDNet UK. "Technology will be leading the way in online shopping, as consumers rush to snap up this year's must-have items, including iPods and other electronic goodies such as digital cameras. Electronics are proving a popular online purchase, as e-tailers seek to get one over on their bricks and mortar equivalents by offering discounted prices as well as free delivery," ZDNet UK said, via silicon.com. * Silicon.com via ZDNet UK: Tech Purchases Set To Drive Christmas E-Shopping
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A Capitol Mess
The imminent spam law sounds like a good idea, but as The New York Times reported, there's rarely any kind of legislation that will please everyone: "Despite public demand for legislative relief, sponsors said the measure, which would take effect on Jan. 1, would not immediately cut off the deluge of junk e-mail messages that makes up more over half of all e-mail traffic." One of the biggest problems that Sen. Jon Corzine (D-N.J.) had with the bill, the Times wrote, was that people can't sue spammers who make their e-mail in-boxes a living hell. * The New York Times: Antispam Bill Passes Senate by Voice Vote (Registration required)
Washingtonpost.com offered a quick summary of what the bill does: "The legislation would let the Federal Trade Commission establish a national 'do-not-spam' list similar to the popular national 'do-not-call' list. It also outlaws several common practices that spammers use to disguise the origins of their e-mail, including using falsified return addresses. Violators could face up to five years in prison and as much as $6 million in fines." A major complaint some people have with the bill is that it sweeps aside some state laws that feature stronger penalties against spammers, notably California and Washington state, washingtonpost.com reported. * washingtonpost.com: Senate Passes Bill to Curb Spam.
On the tax front, washingtonpost.com reported that several senators adamantly opposed extending the ban because they think it will add to the billion-dollar cash drain that is forcing every state to reconsider its funding priorities for next year: "They say that new language in the bill could be interpreted to make all kinds of Internet services tax-exempt, including online movie and music downloads. They also are worried about losing revenues to Internet-based telephone services, which are becoming more popular. According to a September study by the Multistate Tax Commission , this could reduce state and local revenue bases by $8.75 billion annually by 2006." * washingtonpost.com: Congress Fails to Act on Internet Tax Ban
The Los Angeles Times offered this quote from National Governors Association staffer David Quan : "There is a strong case made that the Internet is no longer a fledgling industry that needs to be protected and underwritten by the federal government. The Senate bill was going to undermine existing state and local revenues. I'm encouraged that the Senate will now take more time to look at a very difficult issue." * Los Angeles Times: Internet Tax Ban Bill Stalls in Senate (Registration required)
Whether state legislatures will take advantage of the Senate's inaction (they're not going to get to this again until early next year) and start taxing Internet access remains to be seen. Dow Jones reported that there was a last-minute attempt to get a short-term extension into a large federal spending package but that senators weren't even able to agree on that. * The Wall Street Journal: Senate Fails to Renew Internet Access Tax Ban (Subscription required)
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