I could hardly believe that, but, when you think about it- I'm sure it does. I found this article on yahoo.com and thought it was a brilliant topic to report about. What I like so much about the blog article is it talks about wasteful use and spending of electricity. Something that most of us take for granted.
What's your feedback? Do you leave your computer on all night long? Do you turn the lights off when you leave the room? How about the printer not being used? Or the Wii? I'm terrible at about shutting down my computer. I also have problems now with viewing my computer. It seems for as long as I can remember, I've done my homework, taken tests, taken notes, whatever-you name it-on my computer. But most of it in very poor lighting. So now, when I'm sitting at my computer- I have to have 14 different lights on, just to see properly. I know I've wasted tons of money and electricity over the fact that I needed new eye glasses. I think most of us are guilty of being wasteful about something and maybe if we come clean about it- we will be better people for it. I don't know. I just thought that this was a good and interesting blog article. Thanks.
Hmm, just as I thought.
It's the spammers that are causing global warming.
by Holle Abee 8 years ago
I thought this article was interesting, especially since it appeared in the NYT. According to this guru, costs will INCREASE, not decrease. This is the same guru that democrats hailed as wonderful when he challenged Bush. Don't worry, though, costs will increase by only a few billion, and what's a...
by Carolee Samuda 6 years ago
This might be my last forum post because I am tired. I can't be wasting my time beating a dead horse.HP is a business and they need to start treating their business more seriously. They need a task force to sit and brain storm about how to keep spammers out in the first place.I know that I have...
by Jasmine 7 years ago
Can a spam site with a link to my article damage my rankings?I found a site called Ramirezz (which is obviously a spam site as it redirects you to commercial sites without even clicking on titles) with my article title and link included on some kind of a list and the link leads you to an amazon...
by Tessa Schlesinger 7 months ago
Probably the best advice I could ever give anybody is not to write about what nobody cares about. So I was happy to see that the writing cooperative mentioned that in this article.https://writingcooperative.com/stop-wri … 09567c04f0The difficulty, of course, is knowing what people want to...
by Liz Elias 6 years ago
Folks, what would you think of a comment that reads like this:"Nice hub you got here. Thanks for the driving tips. It gives me new ideas for my next article. Kudos!"(This is the full quote of the comment.)The person is a Hubber, has been here only 3 months, and has only 4 hubs.Should I...
by RonDavy 5 years ago
How to put search terms in our blogs and not make it a spam?I want to make my blog to be searchable in the internet like most of us.
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