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CA Labor market - www.calmis.cahwnet.gov/ .

http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Estates/8070/gshpmain.html -- not http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Estates/8070/gshpmain.html - greer

Best Logout from Tripod? -- see 8/23/01 Hot/Ch

submit to new engines - http://www.wired.com/news/print/0,1294,45905,00.html - did wisenut & emailed teoma.

Submit when it works (8/11/01) - http://www.digital-neighbors.com/cgi/linker/dclinks.cgi?action=add_form&Category=

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Log Out - www.tripod.lycos.com/bin/membership/logout/

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    News headlines containing the keyword "RADIO" from some 1800 world-wide-news sources are available at http://members.tripod.com/~chinesecookery/rdo_headlines.html. Click on the headlines to read the articles. This service is free. The list automatically updates and displays the newest 20 headlines. Technology does not allow a more sophisticated search such as for "Los Angeles radio," but I'll do that when the technology is available for free. Does anyone like this service? Other options are also available. Comments at the message boards are welcome.




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    Los Angeles Radio & more



    check http://w.moreover.com/la/

    OLD RADIO INFO? www.geocities.com/Hollywood/Academy/5515/


    Read RadioDigest.com, Radiowatch.com, RadioInk.com - They are all free.


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    Money in the Morning Money in the Morning M-F 5-9am, KSDO 1130 http://www.ksdo.com Computer Talk with Larry Piland, Sat 8am-10am, KFMB 760 http://www.760kfmb.com Kim Komando (syndicated) http://www.komando.com/, M,W,F 6pm-7pm and Sat 6pm-9pm, KSDO 1130 http://www.ksdo.com, Sat KLSX 97.1 Live On Line with Barry Diamond, T,Th 6pm-7pm, KSDO 1130 http://www.ksdo.com Motley Fool (syndicated) http://www.fool.com, Sun 6pm-8pm (should be 9pm eventually), KSDO 1130 http://www.ksdo.com Bruce Williams (syndicated) http://www.brucewilliams.com/ M-F 7pm-10pm, KSDO 1130 http://www.ksdo.com, M-F 10pm-MID, KCEO 1000 --------

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    Holly Adams, ex-KACD/103.1 FM "The Groove," gave birth to a boy, Romeo, on July 30. ... It's official: KIEV/870 AM's Ray Briem leaves weekdays for Saturday nights. He'll be on 7-10 p.m. starting Sept. 11. Briem's final 5-7 p.m. weekday show is Tuesday. Larry Zarian takes over the time slot Sept. 7. Stephanie Edwards debuts weekdays (9 a.m.-noon) Sept. 7, sharing the final hour with Peter Dills, son of restaurant authority Elmer Dills. KIEV is moving its infomercials to evenings (8 p.m.-2 a.m.), displacing Michael Reagan for now. Joe Sutton will host a new one-hour entertainment report 7-8 p.m. weekdays.

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    I have a do-it-yourself walking tour of a Filipino neighborhood in Carson, CA, USA on my web site. I'm also reviewing the restaurants and maybe the markets. It's in the restaurant section at http://members.tripod.com/~chinesecookery. I also link to the local Filipino newspapers in the Newspaper section. Try it out, and let me know what you think. There is a message board also.

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    I have a do-it-yourself walking tour of a Filipino neighborhood in Carson, CA, USA on my web site. I'm also reviewing the restaurants and the markets. The web site is at http://members.tripod.com/~chinesecookery, and it's hot-linked below. You can go to my South Bay page, then Special Places. It's item 5. Or go to the Restaurant page, then Restaurant Reviews.

    I also link to the local Filipino newspapers in the Newspaper section. Try it out, and let me know what you think. There is a message board also. You might want to mention it in your paper.


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    Intertran supports up to 27 combinations of languages in both directions, but it has a reputation for the least accurate results. This site also has a pull down menu for alternate translation.
    This site offers three links: (1) for text conversion; (2) translating foreign web sites; and (3) translating e-mail. You can translate up to 10 different language combinations. This is the only site that has an auto-translate feature, which will automatically translate links as you click through.


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