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How to get your own modern survival website

The modern survival blogger can be a pain in the ass, but a lot of people are finding that it is much cheaper to build one yourself than it is to buy one.The answer is to create your own website, and the cost of building a website is often very low.A single website costs around

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When the Cowboys’ Eli Harold is back, Dallas will need a new offense

In his first year in Dallas, Eli Harold had an impressive first season as the Cowboys offensive coordinator.But his second season saw the offense struggle as he and co. struggled to find the right mix of running game and passing game to complement a weak passing game.Harold’s replacement, Scott Linehan, was a complete failure, failing

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How to get an online garden

Gardeners and gardeners are a large segment of the US population.And there’s a good reason.We have more space for it, and there’s more room for things like landscaping.And when you look at the landscape around you, it’s an opportunity to grow things, and it’s a place to share ideas and ideas with others.And it can

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How to use Google’s Google+ to make a splash

By Steve Kovach and Dan OzziA year ago, when Google’s mobile social network launched, it was one of the most hotly anticipated apps of the year.Today, it’s not only the best-selling app of the last 12 months, but it also has more than 1.2 billion users, with an average monthly active user of nearly 17

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How to make your home more energy efficient with Powerline’s blog

By Mark Wicks, The Washington PostPosted February 14, 2018 09:07:50Powerline, the company that created the popular Powerline blog, has just released a new blog post about its home automation solutions.The blog post, written by Powerline CEO John Schaeffer, is available to all Powerline customers who are using a home automation system, including those who are

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How the car industry is changing the way we drive

The car industry, in its quest to create a better future, is shifting the way it views car ownership.The rise of autonomous vehicles has been a boon for the car-buying public.Automakers are betting on the technology’s ability to drive fewer miles, with the promise of shorter commute times and more affordable cars.But as technology improves,