Your car as a rolling internet ready smart phone

Just plug a broadband ready SIM card into your car and you're online! Great for accessing Google Maps, make telephone calls using Skype, and more.

This also allows car manufacturers to deploy software upgrades, although I am sure most drivers would be quite nervous about this happening when hurtling down a highway at speed!

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How To Get More From Google Alerts

Use Google Alerts to track keywords, competitors and even thieves – http://bit.ly/dAwth6

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Small Business Cash Flow Problems Still Not Declining

An increasing number of American Small Businesses are experiencing cash flow problems - http://bit.ly/ceZyA2

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SuperFreakonimics is a Fun Way to Challenge Your Assumptions

Can eating kangaroo save the planet? More here - http://bit.ly/c1RSEi

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7 Ways to Get Great Referrals

Use word of mouth advertising to it's fullest potential - http://bit.ly/akTB0K

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Create a marketing campaign in 60 seconds

Pick a card, any card to create a marketing campaign in no time! More here – http://bit.ly/ccC2uL

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Depression linked to internet use

A British study has concluded that "People who spend a lot of time surfing the internet are more likely to show signs of depression" – http://bit.ly/915lTJ

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Google chrome is on the grow

The Google Chrome web browser's share of the market has gone from 1.62% to 5.22% over the past year – http://bit.ly/a2mIrA

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Invoicing with customer credit as payment

When a customer returns goods that you sold to them they either receive a refund or you can issue them with a credit note. A credit note can be used to make a payment against another invoice, and now Invoiceplace lets you use customer credit as payment for an invoice.

When a customer pays by credit this is the only payment method allowed on a single receipt. If a customer paid the balance of an invoice you can create a second receipt for the same invoice.

The first prerequisite is that a customer has an existing credit note, which are listed along with the overdue, due and paid invoices. In this example a $50 credit notes was created for Al the Butcher.

In the Customer details the credit balance is now listed. Al has a $50 balance.  Multi-currency support allows Al to have a credit balance in other currencies if required – note that this credit is in Australian Dollars only.

If Al makes a new purchase for $50 he can pay this using his credit balance.

When creating the receipt select Credit Note as the payment method.

A receipt cannot be created for an amount greater than the credit balance in the currency of the receipt (in this case we’re trying to record a payment amount of $60 in credit).

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How to make the most of bad news in business

Learn how to take negative feedback and make something good come out of it, more here .

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