Sunday, January 28, 2007 - Send Files for Free!

Sending large attachments is an impossible task. Everyone has different rules. Some companies have a cap of 2mb and others allow you to attach up to 2Gb. It's really annoying. I have a solution for those of you that are tired of having to deliver large files on discs. It's called Dropload or is a place for you to drop your files off and have them picked up by someone else at a later time. Recipients you specify are sent an email with instructions on how to download the file. Files are removed from the system after 7 days, regardless if they have been picked up or not. You can upload any type of file, mp3, movies, pdfs, etc up to 100MB each! Recipients can be anyone with an email address. I hope you enjoy this tip.

Sunday, January 07, 2007

Get the ChaCha Toolbar, it's great!

I found this great new search engine called that has real people as "Guides" to find information for you on the Web! I loved ChaCha and after using it, I signed up and became a ChaCha Guide.

With ChaCha you can perform a normal instant search, but you can also click "Search with a Guide" and be immediately connected to an experienced, friendly ChaCha Guide (like myself) who will find the best Web site(s) with the exact information you are looking for!

As a ChaCha Guide, I have my own ChaCha toolbar and would like to invite you to download my toolbar and use it to search on ChaCha. It's much better than the other toolbars out there because you can connect with a real person live, to guide you. Who knows, you might even get connected to one of your!

E-mail me and start experiencing a NEW way to search, with real human intelligence. Leave a comment below with your email address and I will send you the link for downloading.

Wednesday, January 03, 2007

House at 2221 Frankfort Avenue burns again

A vacant house on Frankfort Avenue next to Genny's Diner burned for the second time in less than a year tonight. It was quite a sight.

It's a New Year at The Presbyterian Center

As I approached work this morning I noticed some banner in the distance. Sure enough it was a banner marking this year as a new year for The Presbyterian Center. New structure and New leadership. It can only get better.