Those that run the risk of getting
into trouble at work by using their 'business computer', might think of this as
an alternative way; don't need to lose your job at a time when you need it most.
Friday, April 18, 2008
YOU CAN ALWAYS USE 'SNAIL MAIL'...like it or not, but you can also share the I-net services.
A friend of mine is really having to cut to 'bare bones'. He's now using the postal service; using post-cards, and has offered to pay 1/3 the cost of his neighbor's I-net services, for 20 hours of time (minimum).
The many people who live in apartments and condominiums have an easy 'out' - they can offer computer-time; utilize one computer, and invite their neighbors to pay a portion of the cost, and guarantee them an amount of time each week on the computer.
We pay $50/month for our I-net; we live in a gated community where we could easly parcel out time if we needed to (and we will if we have to).