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Date: 2009-03-03
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Get Exposure - Increase Your Business Sales
Make your own video demonstration
More exposure, more money. But how to get more exposure and make it work for your business? A convictive demonstration of your product and service can be good. Statistics shows that offering your potential customers a product or service they can actually see will help create a massive increase in your sales.

PC Tools iAntivirus
Free virus protection for your Intel-based Mac
For years the Mac community has boasted that we were not susceptible to viruses, or malicious bugs of any kind. However, since the rise in popularity of the Mac OS, the recently new ability to run Windows on your Mac hardware, and the allure of "it can't be done", Mac users have become the target of new attacks. Fortunately, PC Tools has launched a new antivirus/antispyware tool, appropriately called iAntiVirus.

Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro Essentials: Business Workflow
In this training video, host Brian Wood discusses how business professionals can use existing business documents such as Excel PowerPoint, images, CAD drawings and more, and convert them to PDF or combine them into a single PDF portfolio to unify that content, send the files off for review, add multimedia, 3D and more.

Acrobat 9 Pro Getting Started: Introduction to Acrobat 9 Pro
What Acrobat 9 Pro can do for you
This video introduces the user to Acrobat 9 Pro and the instructor, Brian Wood details what topics will be discussed in the series Acrobat 9 Pro Getting Started, including creating PDF portfolois, working with Multimedia, and how Collaborate Live works.

Google Street View Continues to Raise Privacy Concerns
Google Street View, a Google Maps feature that lets users see images of streets and the surrounding areas, continues to generate controversy. Since its launch in May 2007, the feature has prompted questions about whether it constitutes an invasion of privacy, complaints about inappropriate images, and even a lawsuit.


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