Monday, February 27, 2012

Book Store For Success: Study Investing in China

We, Quick Money Saver (QMS), now introduce another great bookstore, "Study Investing in China", here after the success of our first bookstore Book Store for Your Investment Studies.

This "Study Investing in China" bookstore contains all useful books you need if you are planning or even thinking about investing successfully in China, the largest emerging market in the world nowadays. As the bookstore has a large book collection and is rich in resources, it can help readers to identify necessary books and locate study focuses that are of special interest to them. You can surely learn a lot and explore more business opportunities out there.

Book Store For Success: Study Investing in China

Please do not hesitate to come to search and select any recommended book(s) below as your initial step towards success investing in China. Be a quick money saver! Study investing in China has never been so easy. You can access this bookstore anytime and anywhere through this webpage, so you better bookmark it for your future reference or use. What is more important, being our readers you will certainly save your money from the special book discounts offered by Amazon here!

Alternatively, this BookStore can also be viewed in a new browser window here if you prefer to do so.

Just be specific when searching for any suitable book(s). Do narrow down the search in our store by typing any specific search term. Such a barrow search may result in just a very few options with books that really interests you. Then, look up any related reviews, check on them and also see if the price does fit your budget. Alternatively, you may just look at the price first before start searching for the right book(s). Yes, price should always be a critical factor for any purchase activity. By knowing whether the price is affordable to buy first, this can speed up the whole selection process. Of course, never make a purchase decision purely because of our recommended books are not expensive (or not cheap). Similarly, never buy these books just because they are on sale. Note that if any book is on big sale, it is likely that very few people are actually buying it.

Enjoy! For some people who have excuses that they may not have enough time digesting all the necessary books, we encourage them not to miss this investment study opportunities. At the end of the day, you will get rewards for all your time spent on reading and studying hard.

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Sunday, February 26, 2012

15 Free Fonts for 2012

The most compelling Web designs rely on creative uses of typography, which requires both smart and original thinking when it comes to font selections. With the inventories of free online font libraries such as Google Web Fonts and Typekit being added to regularly, and even more custom fonts being created daily, there are virtually thousands of open-source font families to choose from for your next design project.

Poring through thousands of fonts can be time consuming, however, and time is a commodity that few designers have in excess. So, WM has compiled a list of 15 fresh, free fonts to help get you started. If you would like to add something to the list, please do so in the comments section below:

Aovel Sans: A classy font that is best used for headlines of 16 points or larger.

Archive: A contemporary, versatile typeface with strong geometric forms

Carton: A strong and sensitive slab-serif font inspired by letterpress.

FV Almelo: When character has an alternative to caps find it by using lower-case

Hagin: Constructed with strong geometric forms in old-school style.

Homestead: Elegant slab-serif typeface that achieves an avant-garde look and feel

Jura: Serif typeface of narrow proportions with distinguishing details.

Lavanderia: Featuring numerous open-type features and three weights.

Molesk: A vintage-looking typeface that works well for headlines and logos.

Novecento: This font face is designed to be used mostly for headlines.

Otama e.p.: A quiet but confident typeface created for selling expensive stuff.

Parisienne: Casual connecting script that has a slight bounce for a variety of uses.

Poly: Intial design plan aimed to define an alternative system of diacritical marks

Scruffy: Inspired by writing with a black marker, this rough-edged, uppercase

Weston: Rounded slab-serif that is suitable for modification in logos and headlines.

HTML5 : Infographic

Apple New OS X Mountain Lion

Check out all the features in this LINK

Just like releases of iTunes before it, the Mac App Store experimented with novel placement of standard window controls, adding Safari-like navigation buttons next to the horizontally centered Close/Minimize/Zoom window controls, and similarly plopping non-standard toolbar icons in what has been reserved for the window's title bar for the last 30 years. 

This overt bending of the company's own Human Interface Design Guidelines appeared intended to associate the Mac App Store with its iOS counterpart, particularly with its iPad-like mode icons across the top. 

There were a few odd other edges that were harder to explain, however, the first being that the Mac App Store didn't support full screen functionality (perhaps due to its need to support the older OS X Snow Leopard) and the second being its lack of integration with System Updates, the historical path for obtaining system updates, printer drivers, and other apps bundled with OS X.

One stop updates shop 

The Mac App Store is now the only place users will need to visit to keep all their software up to date, at least for all their software obtained through Apple and its App Store publishers. Both "Software Update" and "App Store" items under the Apple menu of OS X Mountain Lion now direct users to the Mac App Store.

"Checking for new software," shown below, will present any machine specific updates for OS X and its bundled software, as well as any pending updates for App Store titles (the later requiring you to be logged into your App Store account; system updates don't require an account to obtain).

Normalized window appearance 

Once finished, the App Store reports that everything that can be installed already is. The revised Mac App Store in Mountain Lion also normalizes its window presentation a bit, placing the navigation buttons under the standard placement of top left corner window controls just like Safari, as well as adding a Full Screen button to the top right corner, restoring the normal window title bar area, all apart for the centered placement of buttons, something that with the other changes doesn't seem so odd anymore. The iOS-style toolbar buttons are not configurable, but they don't really need to be.

Apps in the Cloud, but where's Dashboard Widgets? 

The other notable change in the Mac App Store is a new option to automatically download software you buy on another computer, the "Apps in the Cloud" feature Apple debuted for mobile devices in iOS 5. This allows you to shop for apps on one machine and have the same titles automatically download on the rest of your machines registered with the same iCloud account (for free of course). 

Mountain Lion's revised Mac App Store does a great job of cleaning up and normalizing the upkeep of desktop software, but there's a notable omission: Dashboard Widgets. Currently, the Mountain Lion Dashboard directs you to Apple's Dashboard web page to browse for and obtain new widgets, but it sure would make a lot more sense just to add Widgets to the App Store, perhaps even offering a market so that developers had more motivation to create valuable widgets Mac users might want to buy. 

Apple could also add other elements for sale (free or paid) within the Mac App Store, including optional Fonts, Speech Voices, QuickTime components, Quartz Compositions or Safari Extensions (which currently languish in a Dashboard-style web downloads web app). With the update plumbing of the App Store already present, it makes sense for Apple to use it for everything, although app specific items (like Safari's Extensions) might make more sense to integrate as In-App purchases (even if they're free).

In the future, it might also make sense for Apple to merge other purchases from iTunes into the Mac App Store as well, undoing the link between playing and managing media in iTunes and the Store for buying music, videos, TV shows and movies, as well as for downloading Podcasts and iTunes U content. This would mirror the breakdown in iOS between the store (called iTunes) and the Music and Videos apps used for playback. 

Monday, February 13, 2012

About Quick Money Saver (QMS)

We, Quick Money Saver (QMS), run this exciting website that helps to save your money smart, easy and fast.

This website, Quick Money Saver (QMS), should currently be supported, in part, and be contacted via an Inspiring Financial Magazine here. As a result, please note that both our websites are in the same group and hence share the common background information and basic policies such as Our Main Objectives, Disclaimer Statement, Copyright Policy, and Advertising Policy.

Our Privacy and Cookie Policies

Please refer to our Privacy Policy Page for details (we do not want to create duplicate content here) as we share the same privacy and cookie policies within our group.

We also assure to follow our own AdSense Policy as well.

Contact Us

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Although our group is not-for-profit, we do welcome any voluntary donation from you as a kind of support. If you want to support us in this way, please do not mind to make your Secure Donation here (this will bring you to an external website owned by the above mentioned financial magazine within our same group).

Link to Our Website

If you share the common view with us, you may support us easily with a plain-text hyperlink to our website in a way that our web page should be opened as the top page in the current window or should be opened in a new window right away. Any framing of our content, however, cannot be accepted because it does violate our copyright.

Here we show you an example to open our website as the top page of the current window:

<a href="" rel="dofollow" target="_top">Quick Money Saver</a>

Please copy and paste the above html code to your own website or any webpage that you are able to edit.

Save Quick, Earn More

In this Quick Money Saver (QMS) website, we will do whatever we can to introduce as many ways as possible to you to help saving your money. We will let you know where and how to save, in many different areas you should be interested in. These may include but not limited to, introducing great bookstores, gift stores, beauty shops, shoe shops, accessories store, music shops, electronic or technology outlets, software or game shops, and many other bargain shops etc to all of you.

In addition to just promote saving, we may occasionally post some useful tips or guidelines to help you earn more money. This serves to align with our main purposes to help you Save Quick, Earn More, though we believe that as a good start, saving your money should be a bit more important and it is the basis for you to start earning more soon.

We are 100% sure that you will love this existing and money-saving website.

Facebook Status Tips and Tricks

You must have seen people doing Fun stuff with their facebook status. Here we are with few Facebook tips and trick. Amaze your friends with these cool facebook status Tricks.

1. HOW TO: Add a Dislike Option to Your Status Update

"Like" buttons are everywhere on Facebook, and they're everywhere on the web. But what if you want to update your status or share something that your friends can "dislike?" We know, your friends can choose to "comment" on your post, but where's the fun in that?

The clever Status Magic Facebook app can add a dislike button to any status updates posted via the app. And if you wanted to really mix it up you can actually customize the second emotion to anything, such as "love," "hate," "disagree" or even "LOLs."

2. HOW TO: Hide Status Updates From Certain People

Using Facebook's general privacy settings (find these by hitting "account" on the top right of a Facebook page) you can select whether everyone, just friends or friends of friends can see your status updates. However, there is a way to narrow those options down even further.

You can select specific friend lists to see your status (relevant for work, special interest groups, etc.) or even individual people by name, which is useful for anyone organizing a surprise party.

To take advantage of these options, click the padlock icon just below your "what's on your mind" box on your wall and a drop down menu should appear. Selecting "customize" will bring up more options such as "make this visible to" and "hide from" with the option to make your selection a default.


3. HOW TO: Pre-Schedule Status Updates

While SocialOomph, Sendible and HootSuite offer the same kind of service, the simplest way to schedule Facebook status updates is by using the easy, free Later Bro service.

Just sign in with Facebook Connect, select your time zone, type in what it is you'd like to say, set the calendar and clock to when you'd like to say it, and presto!

4. HOW TO: Tag People in Your Status UpdatesThis was quite a big deal when it was announced this past September, but from the amount of searches on the topic "how can I make someone's name go blue in a Facebook status?" it seems it's not universally known.

To mention someone in a status update just type "@" (a la Twitter) in the status bar and start typing their name as it appears on Facebook. An auto-generated list will then come up with people in your social circle whose name starts with the letters you've typed. The feature also works with pages, brands, events and companies.

Hit the name you want, complete the update, click share and the name will become a hyperlink (you won't see the @ symbol) and will appear in blue text.

5. HOW TO: Add Symbols to Your Facebook Status

Although there are plenty of emoticons that work with Facebook Chat, typing ":)" into Facebook's status bar will not magically transform into a smiley yellow face. In fact, the only symbol you can create in a Facebook status update through the shortcut keys is a ♥, by typing "<3."

While this won't bother many Facebook users, others more used to punctuating their missives can copy and paste web-happy, universal symbols into the box, as you can see in the screengrab above.

PC users can also access some symbols by hitting "alt" + various number combinations (on a numerical keypad). So, while smileys are yet to hit Facebook statuses, you can annoy or amuse your buddies with symbols right now.

6. HOW TO: Turn Your Status Updates Into a Word Cloud

There's a really fun way to visualize anyone's status updates (even an entire country's) as a word cloud. The Status Analyzer 3D app will look at what it is you've been chatting about lately and generate a list, and then a pretty, colorful, animated cloud as pictured above.

You can share the results with others on the social networking site by posting it to your friends' walls or by adding it to your profile.

7. HOW TO: Have Fun With Facebook's Humorous Language Options

While you can always change your setting into more sensible alternative languages, the site offers a couple of fun linguistic Easter eggs.
You can chose to have Facebook display upside down English, or, for anyone feeling a little salty, in "pirate." Pirate essentially turns your status into your "plank," your attachments into "loot" and instead of "share" it offers the option to "blabber t' yer mates."

Sadly, anything you type in the status bar won't be upside down, or pirate-y. But with the use of some external sites you can achieve the same effect.

8. HOW TO: See Status Updates From Around the World

If you want to get a glimpse of the thoughts of Facebook users from around the world's, head over toOpenBook.

Created by three San Fran web developers with a serious privacy message in mind, the site aggregates the status updates of everyone whose privacy levels are set to "everyone."

You can narrow your searchable results down by gender and keywords to find out what people are saying about a certain topic. Or you can just browse the recent searches.

9. HOW TO: See Your Status Update Stats
Have you ever wondered how many times you have updated your status on Facebook? The Facebook app Status Statistics, can tell you this and more.
The app analyzes your updates and gives you a tidy list of how many you've written, the average word count and how many times a day you post. In addition, it generates a graph that shows you what time of day or what days of the week you normally update.

Old statuses are also searchable via the app, so you can find that witty retort you made back in November 2009 without having to scroll back through your history.

10. HOW TO: Play a Trick On Your Friends in Your Status Update

We have a funny one to end on -- a way to play an amusing trick on your Facebook buddies.

This clever link "" looks like it could be a URL for anyone's Facebook profile, actually takes anyone logged into Facebook to their own profile page.

If you try it out, be sure to remove the link preview that Facebook auto-ads. Have fun, and don't betoo mean...

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Valentine Day Facebook Covers

Love is a virtue representing all of human kindness, compassion and affection. Love is an emotion of strong affection and personal attachment and it is celebrated in form of  Valentine’s Day on February 14. Make your FB Timeline special with these Valentine Day Special Cover.

How to Download Covers
1. Click on the picture, a larger picture will pop-up of the same image in black screen.
2. Right click on image and ‘Save Image As’ on your computer.
Upload it on facebook Timeline
Go to your Facebook profile and click “Add a cover/change cover” >>>
“Upload photo” and choose this photo to set it as your new Timeline Cover.

Valentine Day Facebook Covers

Valentine Day Facebook Timeline Covers

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Valentine Day Facebook Timeline Cover

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