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Now is the Time to Preserve the History of Government (and More) on the Internet --The WayBack Machine

Very few people know about the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine.  It is an amazing tool, which lets you look at the history of websites, that is to say how they have looked over time. 212 more words

Technology

Hayward v. Arizona Central Credit Union (Arizona Court of Appeals Case No. 1 CA-CV 15-0450, filed Jan. 10, 2017)

What do you do when you successfully sue the dealership that sold you a car, but the dealership goes out of business without paying the full amount of the judgment you obtained against it? 841 more words

Arizona Court Of Appeals

Diplomatic Persistence

I have written several times about the dearth in customer service. For the most part, we must be the navigators of our own customer service. Without our… 455 more words

Musings

Service charge waiver terrible, ji huzoor system will be back: Restaurants

LATEST NEWS – Rahul Singh, CEO and founder of The Beer Café, said service charge is a common practice globally. According to him, this is an emolument for all staff members, who work through odd hours, holidays and weekends to provide a perfect dine-in experience for the customer. 112 more words

Danny Sparko: Heavyweight Consumer's Champion

Dear Mr Sparko

I’m a 20-year-old female who enjoys posting on the WordPress blogging website. My interests are pottery, embroidery and all sorts of arts and crafts. 399 more words

Humour

Higher education: the value proposition

There are few people who would argue that higher education does not have value, both for the student or graduate and for society. But perceptions of what that value is, and who or what derives the most benefit from it, can vary greatly. 424 more words

Higher Education