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Check out Simone Shepherd's post on Vine!

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A Basic knowledge about the Sim Card

A subscriber identity module or subscriber identification module (SIM) is an integrated circuit that securely stores the International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI) and the related key used to identify and authenticate subscribers on mobile telephony devices ,such as mobile phones and computers.

It is also a portable memory chip used mostly in cell phones that operate on the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) network. These cards hold the personal information of the account holder, including his or her phone number, address book, text messages, and other data. When a user wants to change phones, he or she can usually easily remove the card from one handset and insert it into another. SIM cards are convenient and popular with many users, and are a key part of developing cell phone technology.

Sim Cards are of four (4) Types. Named as Below H1, H2, H3, H4

H1= You Will Get Normal Network On This Sim
H2= You Will Get Better Network On This Sim, Means Strong
H3= You Will Get More Better Network On This Sim, Means Stronger
H4= Normal, Better, More Better Is Nothing In Front OF This Sim.

Basically H4 Sim giving for Corporate Sim, Army Peoples etc. The Company doesn’t Provide H4 Sim To all User,because this Sim eat More bandwidth. For knowing Which Type of Sim is using Just Check Its Back Side and will Get the Sim No. and the Sim Type.

SIM cards are made in three different sizes to accommodate different devices. Most phones use mini-SIM or micro-SIM cards, which are quite small — the mini is 25 mm by 15 mm , and the micro is 15 mm by 12 mm.Full-sized cards are much larger, 85.6 mm by 53.98 mm , and are too big for most phones. All cards are only 0.76 mm thick, and the microchip contacts are in the same arrangement. This means that, with the proper adapter, the smaller cards can be used in devices designed for larger ones.

A SIM card offers security for both the user’s data and his or her calls. The cards can be locked, meaning that only someone who has the correct personal identification number (PIN) can use the card. If the phone is stolen, the thief cannot use a locked SIM or get any information off of it without the PIN.

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DJ ICee 90's hip-hop & R&B blend. YES !!!!

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When your computer starts acting up, you'll want a good system rescue disc to troubleshoot and fix the problem (or get your data off safely if the worst happens!) Here are five great rescue discs to put in your PC repair toolkit:

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WOW !!
Facebook earns $1.1 billion in profits but pays zero taxes !

#facebook   #taxes   #occuypy   #euromaestro  

Facebook not only managed to pay zero in federal and state income taxes but also will receive a refund of $ 429 million for previous income taxes paid !

Facebook also gets to carry forward for future years tax breaks of $2.17 billion ! 

These tax reductions are related to the stock options exercised from Facebook's IPO.

The current and future tax reductions amount to a total $3.2 billion.

This is the information that was garnered from Facebook's first 10-K annual financial report as determined by the Citizens for Tax Justice.

Now, Facebook isn't the only company that is particularly good at not paying taxes.

Earlier I had reported how Starbucks paid no taxes for 14 years.

The G20 finance ministers meeting in Moscow have pledged to crack down on tax avoidance by multinational companies.

With Facebook not paying any income taxes, US citizens will have to pay more.  

Some have argued that this corporate behavior is unethical and even unpatriotic while others think it's fair game for the company to do any legal maneouvre to avoid paying taxes and maximize its profits for its shareholders.  

What do you think about Facebook ?

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DJ ICee on the blend !! Doin what I do, yepp ....

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Wait, what?!?
While idly browsing the Internet, I came across a post claiming that a coyote can actually run faster than a roadrunner. Considering that this information goes against everything I've been taught by cartoons, I refused to believe it.

But I decided to turn to Google Books and briefly research the topic anyway.

Turns out that the greater roadrunner — also known as geococcyx californianus — can hit top speeds of about 42 km/h (26 mph) while running. (This makes it the fastest-running flying bird.)

Coyotes, on the other hand, typically sustain speeds of 40 to 50 km/h (25 to 30 mph), but they can hit speeds of up to 65 km/h (40 mph) for short bursts.

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DJ ICee doin his remix thing. Always ear candy. Filling !!
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