Web Directory : Spread Your Web / Blog Around Internet

Yahoo directory

Yahoo directory

What is a web directory? Did you know about web directory? Do you think I know something about web directory? The answer is : NO………. Sorry, just a joke. Web directory is not a search engine like Google, yahoo, msn, etc and does not display lists of web pages based on the keyword that you typed on the box; instead, it lists web sites by category. For example, yahoo directories categorized to Arts & Humanities, Business & Economy, Computers & Internet, Education, Entertainment, Government, Health, News & Media, Recreation & Sports, Reference, Regional, Science, Social Science, Society & Culture and specified more into detailed subcategories. Web directories often allow site owners to directly submit their site for inclusion, and have editors review submissions for fitness.

Web directory usually used by webmasters to drive more traffic into their own web or blog. This like free incoming link bait into their blog/web. It is not easy to get accepted on web directory. You need to wait for a long time if you submit it into manual operated web directory which are edited by human volunteers. Read the rest of this entry »

Obama: Want to blame someone for AIG bonuses?

On Wednesday President Obama said that he will take responsibility about controversial bonus for AIG executives when AIG took $ 173 billion in bailouts.

“We did not draft this contract. We have got a lot on our plate. But it is precisely when your power is not going to make sure things like this,” said Obama at town hall meeting in Costa Mesa, California. Obama’s comments come just more than an hour after Chairman of Senate Banking Committee [Senator Christopher Dodd] told that he was responsible for the language added to the federal stimulus bill to ensure that the existing contract to receive the bonus in the company’s federal bailout money that is respectable. Both Dodd and the official said that administration officials fear the government will face many lawsuits without the new language.

Obama said at the town hall meetings that he was outraged at AIG executive bonuses that have been received, while the company has been getting tremendous support from the taxpayer to keep the doors open. “To all the people in Washington who are busy scrambling trying to figure out how to blame other people, just forward and speak to me, because I work to ensure that we improve messes even if I do not make them,” Obama said. Read the rest of this entry »

Bernard Madoff Pleaded Guilty

NEW YORK –Bernard Madoff [70] pleaded guilty on Thursday to pulling off perhaps the biggest scam in the history of Wall Street. He was immediately taken off to jail in handcuffs to the delight of his seething victims. U.S. District Judge Denny Chin said that Madoff had the means to flee and an incentive to do so.

Bernard Madoff pleaded guilty to 11 charges against him with no deal with prosecutors, it means that he is under no obligation to disclose names and tell authorities where the money went. He is not believed to be cooperating with prosecutors.

“I am actually grateful for this opportunity to publicly comment about my crimes, for which I am deeply sorry and ashamed,” said Madoff

He said he accepted investors’ money but didn’t put it into the market. Instead, he sent them phony account statements showing that they were making money. It was a Ponzi scheme, or a pyramid, in which early investors are paid off with money taken in from later investors.

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The Stimulus is Working

On Tuesday, President Barack Obama said that the country is already “seeing shovels hit the ground” in the first project to repair infrastructure funded through the Department of Transportation U.S. $ 787 billion stimulus bill.

Ray LaHood (Transportation Secretary) said: “The work starts today in Montgomery County, Maryland, where the crew of a work from one project to resurface the Maryland State Highway 650 – a very busy road, which has not been fully repaired in 17 years.”

The repaving of the contract will be a family business based in Pennsylvania, the infrastructure of America, said LaHood. He said the project will support 60 jobs. “And this is how we will get the country back on its feet,” said LaHood.
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AIG is close to U.S. Government Agreement

AIG (American International Group) is close to an agreement with the U.S. government conditions that facilitate their rescue, provide more equity and commitment to help pay the debt, a person familiar with the matter said on Saturday. The review would be the ultimate sign of how federal regulators have to adjust the package to rescue financial institutions deemed too big to fail as the economy and the markets get worse. The board of the troubled insurer will meet on Sunday to vote on the agreement, which could be announced when AIG reports its quarterly results Monday.

That would be just a few days after the government agreed to increase its stake in Citigroup Inc (C, Fortune 500) to 36 percent in a bid to further strengthen the financial giant that taxpayers had already poured billions of dollars. The revised agreement is expected to include AIG an additional commitment of about $ 30 billion, slightly more preferred in terms of an existing investment, and a lower interest rate on a government of $ 60 billion line of credit. The new commitment of equity would AIG (AIG, Fortune 500) ability to issue preferred shares to the government at a later date. Read the rest of this entry »

U.S Stocks Gain its Lowest level

Dow Jones and S & P 500 fell to levels not seen in almost 12 years Monday as investors continue to fear that government efforts to stem the recession will not be enough.

The Dow Jones industrial average (INDU) lost 250 points, or 3.4%, ending at its lowest point since May 7, 1997. The S & P 500 (SPX) index lost 26 points, or 3.5%, ending at its lowest point since April 11, 1997.

The Nasdaq composite (COMP) lost 53 points (3.7%). The index of fuel technology has remained better than the rest of the market so far this year, the closure of the lowest points since November 20, 2008.

“It is fear-based selling,” said Dave Hinnenkamp, CEO of KDV Wealth Management. “The fact that we are playing these minimum number of years he said he did not know where the bottom of this thing is.”

Stocks gained in the morning on reports that the government can increase its participation in Citigroup briefly calmly, as she fears that the troubled bank would be nationalized. But the early advance petered out quickly, as the concerns of recent weeks returned.

“It’s not just that nobody wants to buy now,” said Ron Kiddoo, chief investment officer for Cozad Asset Management. “The skepticism is back,” said Kiddoo. “I think we need to hear some optimistic talk of our leaders and soon.” Read the rest of this entry »

Barbour Clothing, Way of Country

You know what, country living always identical with farm, horse, barn, country music and also country clothing. If we talk about country clothing we also talk about Barbour clothing, why? Its simple, country clothing is Barbour clothing, they are identically one another. It can be use for resist the weather, outside activity, and also for style purpose. Actually Barbour clothing is made to resist the worst of weather. The design, cut and features have evolved over the years each feature and component is there for a reason.

By the way I have information for you guys, I’ve got good sites that sell Barbour clothing with good discount. The discount is up to 50% for the

Barbour, can you imagine that? You can by everything just with its half-price. You can hold it until the promo is end, and after that you sell it to another. Heee…. Just a joke.

Actually, I put my interest to , the navy one. I can,t imagine how superb I am. It’s made from mediumweight Barbour waxed cotton with two large bellows pockets. The pocket can be used for putting some stuff.