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It's Time to get to work!

by intellitech In reply to From The Desk of IntelliT ...

<p>The money spent on the sponsorship scandal to keep the country united is being matched by the waste of time and money from nothing getting done by our government. It's time to do what the taxpayers pay you to, and that is, to go to work, get something done, and govern this country. Are they going to hold everything up in committee meetings, so that nothing from the budget makes it to its destination? Then have another election, end up with another minority government, put together another budget, and try to ram that one through, and have it start all over again. We pay our government to work. We are wasting just as much money right now, because nothing is getting done. At least the NDP did something to try to get some work done. Harper has done nothing but tell us something we already know, and waste tons of our money <em><strong>now</strong></em>, because he doesn't want to work with this government! We already pay him now, to work with this government, no matter who is in charge. I say get to work. Get the money to where it is supposed to go, quit acting like children, and do what we pay you to do, and this is for every member of the government! If the Conservative leader can't work together with anyone in Parliament, do we really want him to lead this country? It's also time to put aside our differences with the States. There are hundred's of thousands of people that have ties, family, and friends in the US and Canada. The people do not have any problems with each other. Our governments might, and some very legitimate, but it's time to go forward. We both have new Ambassadors now, so maybe they can get off on the right foot.
<p>This is only my opinion, and I am sure plenty will disagree with me, and that is okay. Does it mean, I can't go to the person that disagrees with me and shake their hand and sit down and have a discussion? No. If we can do it, why can't our members of Parliament? It is embarssing to the rest of the world what has been going on. We talk about the States being divided. We are not in a position to judge.  North American needs to stand together. One day, we will know <strong>that it is</strong> in our best interest. American's and Canadian's should be able to come and go as we please across the border. Work and live where we want. With the European Union, China, India, and more gaining strength at an alarming rate. It is time for us to be<strong> United</strong>, not <em>Divided<strong>.</strong></em>  This has been an <em>IntelliTech Editorial Post...............</em>
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The War On Spam!

by intellitech In reply to From The Desk of IntelliT ...

<p>The Government of Canada's Task Force on<br />Spam today presented its final report entitled, Stopping Spam:<br />Creating a Stronger, Safer Internet, to the Honourable David L.<br />Emerson, Minister of Industry.<br /><br />The report calls for new, targeted legislation, as well as more<br />rigorous enforcement, which would strengthen the legal and<br />regulatory weapons that Canada could use in the global battle<br />against spam. It also supports the creation of a focal point<br />within government for coordinating the actions taken to address<br />the spam issue and other related problems like spyware.<br /><br />Minister Emerson congratulated the members of the Task Force on<br />Spam for their work over the last year.<br /><br />"We need to rid the Internet of the scourge of spam if Canada is<br />going to be able to reap the full benefit of a strong e-economy,"<br />said Minister Emerson. "These recommendations merit strong<br />consideration. I want to thank the Task Force members for their<br />time and effort."<br /><br />Industry Canada established the Task Force on Spam one year ago to<br />oversee the implementation of the government's Anti-Spam Action<br />Plan and to consider further action. The Task Force brought<br />together leading representatives of ISPs, e-marketers, government<br />and consumers. Working group participation included over 60<br />stakeholder groups, which provided input on such key areas as<br />legislation and enforcement, international collaboration, and<br />public education and awareness. Under the leadership of the Task<br />Force, these groups have already implemented practical measures<br />aimed at reducing spam in Canada. Anti-spam "best practices" for<br />network management and for commercial e-mail marketing are now in<br />place. The Task Force also launched the Stop Spam Here<br />Internet-based communications campaign to inform users of steps<br />that they can take to limit and control the volume of spam they<br />receive.<br /> For more<br />information on the Task Force on Spam, including the report,<br />please visit: <a href="http://e-com.ic.gc.ca/epic/internet/inecic-ceac.nsf/en/h_gv00317e.html">http://e-com.ic.gc.ca/epic/internet/inecic-ceac.nsf/en/h_gv00317e.html</a></p>
<p>Information that you might want to know.  <em><strong>IntelliTech<br /></strong></em></p>

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Theresa's CD Hit Gold!

by intellitech In reply to From The Desk of IntelliT ...

<p>The Candian Idol runner up Theresa Sokyrka, has just hit a new milestone with her new CD "These Old Charms" that has just hit Gold status. Platinum is on the way! If you haven't heard this great CD, you can get it in stores or click your way over to <a href="http://www.thresafanclub.com">www.thresafanclub.com</a> to get all the information, and how to buy one online. She has the voice, talent, looks, and charm and has been selling our her concerts all over Canada. She told us that entertaining the Queen was a great honour, and one that she won't forget. Great Job Theresa!   Another Editorial Report from <em><strong>IntelliTech</strong></em></p>

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Solving Java, Script, browser, Norton errors after Installing XP SP 2.

by intellitech In reply to From The Desk of IntelliT ...

<p>Go to <a href="http://www.sun.com/">www.sun.com</a> and download and install the latest version of java software, as Microsoft Virtual Machine is not supported anymore. Also download and install Window Scripting called scrip ten.You can download the program ay my website at <a href="http://intellitech.csnnow.com/activescript.html">http://intellitech.csnnow.com/activescript.html</a>. Download and install the two programs and reboot. This will solve most of these errors. Also be sure to go over your browser, security settings, and your norton settings after you have installed these programs and everything is working right. Also check your services running in the control panel, administrative tools, services. Be sure to update Norton, and your spyware programs like spybot and ad-aware. </p>
<p>So, far the feedback I have gotten have been positive as to this fix. If anyone runs into problems let me know, and we can work on solving it.</p>
<p>Just thought I would pass the info along. <strong><em>IntelliTech</em></strong></p>

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Is Intel Headed For Trouble?

by intellitech In reply to From The Desk of IntelliT ...

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<div><font face="Arial" size="2">With AMD's new Athlon64 4000+ and FX-55 launches, it could spell trouble for Intel, especially with</font></div>
<div>Intel's announcement to scrape plans to hit 4 GHZ. With the ASUS A8V board and the Athlon64 4000+,</div>
<div>We will be flying, and hitting faster speeds in no time at all. AMD is getting very aggressive and Intel </div>
<div>needs to open their eyes before it's too late. AMD will leave Intel in the dust of 3 GHZ while they are</div>
<div>heading on to 4 GHZ.</div>
<div>You have got to love this business.</div>
<div> <strong>IntelliTech</strong> - <em>speed to burn!..........................</em></div></font></div>

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