ECS / Piñon PC Support News:
By Heather Burke
Recently I have been hearing from several of our clients of a determined effort by phone-based help-desk vendors pushing services in addition to the ones requested by the caller.
My clients are certain that they are calling the actual companies of AOL, Dell, McAfee, etc.
But it turns out that they are actually calling one of many rogue companies that then push for additional services by demonstrating false errors on your pc.
Scenario: You search on Google for the tech-support phone number for AOL, Dell, etc.
Nanny, 9, is an orphan living at the shelter. Photo by Don Taylor
Nanny resides at the Los Alamos County Animal Shelter where she exhibits polite indoor manners.
She enjoys rawhide chews and belly rubs, children and friendly dogs and cats.
Most of all Nanny seems to crave someone who will take her home and give her a family again.
Call Mary at 920-8203 for more information.
- 109 East Palace, Jennet Conant
- Mason, a New Mexico Hero, Caroline Mason*
- The Greater Journey, David McCullough
- Atlantic: Great Sea Battles, Heroic Discoveries, Titanic Storms, and a Vast Ocean of a Million Stories, Simon Winchester
- Hamlet, William Shakespeare
- Darwin’s Armada: Four Voyages and the Battle for the Theory of Evolution, Iain McCalman
- The Manhattan Project, Dan Elish
- Los Alamos Trails, Craig Martin*
- Wonder, R. J. Palacio
- The Making of the Atomic Bomb, Richard Rhodes
Smith’s Food and Drug Center employee Avi spent Friday running the two chile roasters outside the Central Avenue store. Smith’s annual roasting operation kicked off Thursday. Photo by Leland Lehman/ladailypost.com
Avi loads the roaster with fresh green chile. Photo by Leland Lehman/ladailypost.com
Avi bags roasted chile. Photo by Leland Lehman/ladailypost.com
Galey Bland, center, is an independent consultant for a line of dermatology-based skincare products called Rodan & Fields Dermatologists. She cut the ribbon for her new business recently at the Chamber of Commerce. For more information, contact Bland at firstname.lastname@example.org. Photo by Katy Korkos/Chamber
Andy Andrews, left, president of the Los Alamos Entrepreneurs Network, introduces LANB President Steve Wells who gave a presentation to community members and entrepreneurs gathered at The Hive Thursday night. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
By Carol A. Clark
Los Alamos National Bank President Steve Wells isn’t an entrepreneur but he knows quite a few. In fact, thousands of people with business ideas have sat across the desk from Wells over the last 35 years.
“I’ve seen some of those ideas turn people into millionaires and I’ve seen people go broke,”
In an age where being connected and having access to information is critical to economic success, U.S. Census figures show that New Mexico is dead last when it comes to households having access to the Internet.
The Census Bureau survey shows that only 64.1 percent of New Mexico households had high-speed internet access in 2010.
The average rate nationwide for Internet access is 71 percent.
New Hampshire is number one with a rate of 86.2 percent.
Even Mississippi, Arkansas, Alabama and Louisiana have higher access rates than New Mexico.
Following New Hampshire,
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CREATIVE DISTRICT News:
The Los Alamos Creative District on Sunday, Aug 26 will hold its second Art Market.
The location is the outdoor space in front of The Hive, 134 N.M. 4 in White Rock.
The market will run 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and is free to the public.
The Los Alamos Creative District is looking for artists/artisans to join in and sell at the market.
Owner and jewelry designer Kathy Kjeresen of Kathy’s Natural Designs participated in the first Artisan’s Market. The event is sponsored by the Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce as a way to provide local and regional
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