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An Inspiring Kiva Story

… mutual dignity and makes it easy to touch more lives with the same dollar. Fund a loan, get repaid, fund another.
By lending as little as $25 on Kiva, anyone can help a borrower start or grow a business, go to school, access clean energy or realize their potential. For some, it’s a matter of survival, for others it’s the fuel for a life-long ambition.
100% of every dollar you lend on Kiva goes to funding loans. Kiva covers costs primarily through optional donations, as …

WP Site Security and Securi

It is well worth having your WordPress installation on auto-update. I got caught out still having Ver 4.7.1 for a week after version 4.7.2 came out, and my site was breached twice, firstly with an unauthorized post about weight loss and then by a Bala Sniper Hack. WordPress 4.7.1 and other recent earlier versions turned out to have several security issues that allowed unauthorized access. Luckily I have my site monitored by Securi, so was made aware of the breach immediately and …

CMS Commander Web Managment Plugin

… placing all your wordpress  sites into one powerful dashboard, CMS Commander makes it possible to update, backup and manage them all in bulk at the same time. .. Features of the CMS Commander plugin include: 1-click Updates of plugins, themes and WordPress on all sites Automatic scheduled WordPress backups Website cloning and restoring Uptime monitoring and Analytics integration Bulk posting and automatic content While CMS Commander can be used for free a premium account will give you access

Mighty Deals – Some Real Bargain Buys

… more.   access to these unbelievable daily deals is free for everyone. You don’t even need to register but I’d recommend that you sign up for the free newsletter, so you can be kept in the loop on the latest Deals before they expire (and you also get access to free stuff!)  Why not check out Mighty Deals today – I highly recommend them.   …

Dropbox Revs up the Cloud Storage War

… documents between all their apple devices. 4GB free but only for photos, you need is a paid version for documents. Google Drive From Google (of course) and for everybody (you do need a google account); also very easy to use, letting you store and access your files anywhere, on the web, your HDD or on the go and each is updated when online. Below is a summary of features for the Big Four [table id=1 /] I use Dropbox and GoogleDrive mostly as I’ve had accounts for years, but  there are many …