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Oh darn I missed out on April fools day. Still feel like causing some mischief? Well how about this cool little application. Type some text in the box above and press the flip button. Your text is upside down. Wait you mean I can copy and paste this and send it anywhere such as a IM or email? Facebook? You betya. ??o ?uo????? bu?dd?1? un? ????
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Well this one pretty much explains itself. Its a browser based online clock. Ok that’s not too exciting until you consider that this clock can run in a Wii browser or Safari on your iPhone. Imagine a 52 inch LCD TV showing this clock, yeah now you get it. Nothing better than a giant clock or a itty bitty portable clock where ever you go. You could set this up so Grandma can see the time of day or if you are unemployed you can sit there and watch the seconds of your life tick away.
Alright you tax procrastinator you have a website and received a 1099 from Google this year and probably freaked out wondering how much this extra revenue will affect how much you get back or pay in. Noheat and my other blogs did well enough to make me worry until I found this site. Basically any money you make from Adsense or any other affiliate program can be treated like any other small business you have. Being a small business you can itemize for just the small business driving down the amount of money you are taxed on. So say for instance you have a photo blog and routinely take pictures of flowers and post them to get a revenue stream from Adsense. You could deduct the camera you take the pictures with, new PC, vehicle, even mileage to get there. The cell phone you use to upload those pictures from can also be deducted as well as the monthly expenses. Have a home office dedicated to your work? This is can factor into the equation as well. So all is not lost and you can easily widdle down the income to a much lower amount. You can even take a loss and lower your overall income level if you are heavily investing in your blogging. Keep in mind though the IRS doesn’t like to see 3 of years consecutive losses, that sounds more like a expensive hobby, and after all you aren’t GM are you? Of course get some legal advice from a trained accountant, just don’t be afraid of that Google 1099.
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So I know I have been neglecting you, you loyal Noheat readers but it is all for good reason. I have been busy trying to update Noheat’s back end. It was pretty slow running for a while there and I think I have all the demons on their way back to hell. I’ve also put some social media badges to the right. I’ve gotten rid of the forums which were a pain in the rear to manage. You might notice that you can read Noheat on your iPhone better now with a new iPhone specific theme. Also I am considering adding a facebook connect API so you can login to comment with your Facebook Screen-name.