Wednesday, August 29, 2012

work at home opportunity, wahm, work, work from home, money

Here is another work at home opportunity that you may be interested in. is looking for Requirements Retrieval Specialist or a Risk Management Specialist or an Outsourced Remote Underwriter. is headquartered in New York with representatives covering every city in the United States,, a PDC company, is the premier provider of APS Retrieval and Summary Services, Exam Solutions, and Underwriting/Claims Support to the Insurance Industry. 

If you are interested you can check their website here:

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Get Paid Reviewing Websites Usability

Get Paid Reviewing Websites, Online job, earn money,

Do you want to get Paid reviewing Websites like ebay, CNN, Google, EA, Twitter, Dell, SEARS and others? Amazing right? Look no further do just that. pays $10 per website review, you will need to provide feedback on quality and usability.

Here how it works:

1) Website owners ask for users to test their site. Whenever your demographic profile matches their target audience, you're given the opportunity to test their website.

2) You use our software to record a video of what's happening on your screen – mouse movements, clicks, and keystrokes – and your spoken comments while you use the website you're testing (videos are typically 15 minutes long). You'll need a PC or Mac (Mac OS X 10.5 or higher) and a fast Internet connection.

3) You answer four questions about your experience.

4) You'll earn $10 (paid with PayPal).

No webcam or software required. Your face is never recorded.

To Apply

Go to

Friday, August 10, 2012

Get Started – Annotum

Annotum, Knol, scholarly journals, Journal Article, Wikipedia

Annotum is a WordPress theme developed by Solvitor, Crowd Favorite, and Google. It can be hosted for free on Auttomatic's hosting site, or it can be installed on WordPress 3.3 and above. It's a free and open source project, so anyone is free to modify it.  

Annotum is attempting to create a publishing standard for peer-reviewed scholarly journals. Annotum can be used by single or multiple authors and supports NLM/PubMed Journal Article document type definitions (DTD) commonly used in eJournals as well as exporting files to PDF or XML.

It is develop to be a simple, robust, easy-to-use authoring system to create and edit scholarly articles. And deliver an editorial review and publishing system that can be used to submit, review, and publish scholarly articles

Annotum replaced Knol, when google closed it. Knol was a 2007 project that was called the "Wikipedia killer." The idea was to create a publishing platform for authors to create fully attributed articles about whatever topic they chose. They could even choose to put AdSense ads on their content and make money from their articles if they became popular. Wikipedia is created and edited by anonymous users who don't get paid for their work.