Your Questions About Anonymous

Michael asks…

How can I send a anonymous email without getting track in anyway?

I want to send a anonymous email, nothing bad or anything, but I do not want to worry about getting tracked in anyway, shape or forum such as by my IP address. Is there a way to do this?

I have read through other questions and I get mixed answers, some say you can not be tracked, some say you can….

barry0912 answers:

Hmm this is intresting esay way ip address is what intrenet u used.. So make like a yahoo and goto a place were hteres free wireless and send it from there or use a proxy site like www.heartgrower.com that hides ur ip adress but not too sure if it works for emials though hoe it helps.

John asks…

What is the relationship between Scientology and the Anonymous?

Anonymous is something I am aware of, and I am also aware of Scientology and its beliefs and practices. But how do the two overlap? Supposedly they hate one another but is it not true that members of Anonymous also follow Scientology simultaneously?

barry0912 answers:

Such a broad question, here is some info I found;
According to info I found anonymous has no actual membership. People just operate
loosely under that name. While Scientology is a religious group, a church. Anons can
be members of Scientology.

AnonNews.org : Everything Anonymous
AnonNews 2.0 is finally there! Press release submission is open again, as are comments – and we now have forums! Other interface languages and language/tag filtering …
Anonnews.org – Cached
Anonymous | Define Anonymous at Dictionary.com
adjective 1. Without any name acknowledged, as that of author, contributor, or the like: an anonymous letter to the editor; an anonymous donation. 2. Of unknown name …
Dictionary.reference.com/browse/anonymous – Cached
Anonymous is now AERIFY MEDIA
Anonymous Media – Anonymous was created by data, research and ad exchange experts to tackle the key issues facing advertisers in the online advertising ecosystem.
Anonymous.com – Cached
anonymous: Definition, Synonyms from Answers.com
anonymous adj. Having an unknown or unacknowledged name: an anonymous author. Having an unknown or withheld authorship or agency:
“ We [Anonymous] just happen to be a group of people on the internet who need—just kind of an outlet to do as we wish, that we wouldn’t be able to do in regular society. …That’s more or less the point of it. Do as you wish. … There’s a common phrase: ‘we are doing it for the lulz.’ ”

—Trent Peacock. Search Engine: The face of Anonymous, February 7, 2008.[19]

Definitions tend to emphasize the fact that the concept, and by extension the collective of users, cannot be readily encompassed by a simple definition. Instead it is often defined by aphorisms describing perceived qualities.[4] One self-description, originating from a protest video targeted at the Church of Scientology, is:

We are Anonymous. We are Legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us.[20]

Iconography and aesthetics
[icon] This section requires expansion with: information on Anonymous subcultural elements; common images, themes, concepts, etc. (February 2011)

As a cyberculture, Anonymous aesthetics are based in various forms of shock humor, including genres of cringe, surreal, and black comedy. Many people affiliated with Anonymous associate with the Guy Fawkes mask, either at protests, or within images spread online.[19] O

Powered by Yahoo! Answers

Your Questions About Internet Marketing News

Donna asks…

Where do I find market information about Peru concerning investment in advertising?

Where can I find data and market information about Peru concerning investment in each kind of advertising media (television, radio, press, internet, direct mail, etc.)

barry0912 answers:

There is a news paper in most Peruvian cities called Rueda de Negocios. I found this answer at http://lighttravelguide.com/forum.php?pq=El+Comercio

Sandra asks…

can a pc work without internet explorer and just use mozilla firefox?

barry0912 answers:

My PC doesn’t have Internet Explorer, or Windows Explorer, and I’ll bet it’s better than your PC 😉

It looks like just about everyone else on here is telling lies – I didn’t remove Internet Explorer, I never had it. My PC works without Internet Explorer – but I don’t JUST use Mozilla Firefox. I do use it a lot, and love that I can have ‘profiles’ set up.

I use Mozilla Firefox, I use Opera, I use Epiphany (lightweight gecko browser, same engine firefox but lighter browser) and Midori (webkit, like Safari) – and also I like Seamonkey, which is an ‘internet suite’ unlike browsers – it includes many features, like an Internet browser, email & newsgroup client, HTML editor, IRC chat and web development tools

Your question sounds a little like people who think that there is either Mac, which must only run Mac OSX, or PC which (in the Evangelist Microsoft campaign, must only run Microsoft).

Microsoft also launched campaigns to brainwash people, they pay many people to post on forums, and sites like Answers, in order to control thinking. The only reason they believe that Vista failed is that the people talked it down in forums.

Windows 7 is amazingly more successful – but in the words of an ex-Microsoft Evangelist (one of the guys who ran the campaign) “lets be real, Windows 7 is just Vista with a polished UI tweaks and *much* better marketing.”

Microsoft published on their own site, a complaint (relating to Internet Explorer not working with many internet sites because (in their words) the developers couldn’t take a few minutes to set up their site properley. Those sites included Windows Live, MSN sites, and included no less than 8 Microsoft hosted sites!!! Amazing!!! Yet news like this generally gets hidden, people generally get evangelistic about whatever Operating System they’re running (even though they might have many problems and hate it… Better the devil you know?)

If you have a PC and want to get away from the crap, then find something better, something free, or just an alternative for internet.

I use XP, it runs games on my system and has ACDSee Pro2, and several games. I disabled internet, and removed all of the security junk software also… So it now runs well.

When I am doing anything else (other than downloading 300 5MP pictures and adjusting them from my camera – and playing games) I boot to another Operating System.

Right now, I’m trying out Crunchbang Linux – wow, it’s amazingly fast after XP, but it’s a little basic. I prefer ubuntu for everything else. It’s great for net, it’s great for Office (free) it’s great for photo editing, making DVD’s, editing music, creating CD’s, well – whatever you wanna do, it’s great.

Sure, use Mozilla and avoid Internet Explorer. Better still, avoid Microsoft and their unfair business practices altogether. I’m amazed that any Christian can justify working to support such a Corporation!!! Show signs of charity for a few African Schools – when they could really give Free PC’s with really free software – and Ubuntu is better for kids than Windows ever could be!

Powered by Yahoo! Answers

Your Questions About Title Loans

Laura asks…

Car title loans.What is the average interest rate & what risks are involved?

Is this another form of preditory lending?

barry0912 answers:

Title loan lenders are able to charge triple digit annual percentage rates (APRs).
Your car can be repossessed. Very bad deal. Yes, it is a form of predatory lending.Read this:
http://www.cnn.com/2007/LIVING/wayoflife…

Http://www.answers.com/topic/predatory-l…
Cp

Michael asks…

how is it that loan sharking has become legal through loan car title loans?

not too long ago it was illegal for a businessman to loan a person money and want large percentage back for that loan, IT WAS ILEGAL! It was LOANSHARKING so why is it legal now what happen to United Stated morals

barry0912 answers:

Payday, cash advance, car title loans. All are the same crap.
And I don’t know either how they are getting away with it. They all need to be shut down.

Powered by Yahoo! Answers

Your Questions About Internet Marketing Jobs


 solar movies

Nancy asks…

I am looking for legitimate work at home, not marketing, job. Using computer, no cost to start?

I am looking for an at home job doing data entry, computer work, customer service, etc. I am excellent with computers and learn programs really quickly. I want to work part time. serious about an at home job. do not want to pay price for job, want serious legitimate job. Should not have to pay for it. Also no marketing jobs or sales job. Where can I find honest business looking for me as an employee?

 solar movie online

barry0912 answers:

My wife and I work for ChaCha.com, you need a referral in order to get signed up.

It’s absolutely Free (but you will need to go through a series of tests to see if your English and Research skills are up to par).

It works like this, you need a PC with internet and Firefox. You get a popup letting you know someone texted in a question to Chacha on their phone. You research the answer and paste it in the website and it sends your text message back to them. If you are interested, you can message me and I’ll send you a
referral and the website. They pay .20 per text that you answer and it takes about 2-5 minutes of research to find an answer (it isn’t a fortune but a person can easily make $150 – $200 a month doing this).

 watch movie solar

Ken asks…

How would you introduce yourself on a resume with following skills?

I have skills in e-commerce (with SEO and internet marketing in general, with any advertising and e-currency related things)

I have skills in negotiation across political personnels, dealing with economic development of a small country with various different facilities, in differing fields.

I have skills in research and development of engineering studies, such as development of software, mechanical components, electronics, and general management of R&D of science.

I’m not much of a well-spoken person nor a great writer. Can someone please write it so it looks like features/extensions of my what could be credentials/skills?

 solar movies

barry0912 answers:

Your resume should be tailored to your targeted job. If you have varied skills, you don’t want to include all of them on one resume. That dilutes your expertise for what the job requires. You need to tailor your resume for every position you apply for. The only way to win an interview and to beat out your competition is to dovetail what you know and can do to the job’s responsibilities. In other words, paint yourself as the perfect candidate for the position. If you write a general resume in which you list all of your many and varied skills, you won’t get many responses. Hiring managers are looking for a perfect fit.

Darlene Zambruski
ResumeEdge.com, JobInterviewEdge.com Managing Editor
CPRW (Certified Professional Resume Writer)

Powered by Yahoo! Answers