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kbuzz
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Kathy, or kbuzz as she likes to be known, has worked in sales  in the kindergarten through grade twelve textbook publishing business for over twenty years.  Throughout those years, she has realized that content is truly king.  Children love an interesting tale or real life information  in those K-12 books if presented in an entertaining way.  Adults crave information too, and the information they want and need varies from day to day.   The world has a limitless number of topics to address so the world is one huge supermarket of topics available.  She applauds Infobarrel for being the shopping basket going up and down those aisles and making that content available.

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Health
by kbuzz
8 years ago
Make Fizzy, Fabulous Lemonade, One Glass at a Time

The fizzy part comes from carbonated water. The fabulous part is from luscious lemons and one uncommon, red ingredient. Making it one glass at a time allows the user a chance to stop and enjoy the lemons!

Lifestyle
by kbuzz
8 years ago
The Ride: An Unusal New York City Bus Tour

Tours with big red buses are ubiquitous in big cities. A new kid is in town in New York City, Yes, THE RIDE is a bus tour of New York City The fact that it is a bus is where the similarities in this tour and the typical sight-seeing experience end.

Entertainment
by kbuzz
8 years ago
Review of Filing Software Fujitsu Rack2-Filer

Every now and filing system software program comes along that becomes indispensable to its user. Rack2-Filer is that.

Lifestyle
by kbuzz
8 years ago
Get a Job in the Textbook Publishing Industry

Have you ever wondered how to get a job with a textbook publisher? The industry is a fascinating and with limited types of positions in field sales and consulting. Typically teachers apply for the positions, but that is not necessarily a prerequisite for landing the position. Find out the best way to get a textbook company job.

Health
by kbuzz
8 years ago
Fast Weight Loss Magic Bullet

Few adults have not experienced the desire to lose weight at one point in time or the other. Pills, surgeries, books, magazines, online sites, etc. are all there to cash in on the mega-lucrative industry of weight loss. Stop and think about three real life case studies of people who have lost weight. What was their magic bullet?

Lifestyle
by kbuzz
8 years ago
iPhone App Review: Tripit

There are apps and then there are apps that become indispensable. Tripit fits into that latter category.

Health
by kbuzz
8 years ago
A Few Practical Travel Tips

Travel is fun. A few travel and packing tips can enhance the experience and hopefully keep it from being one of frustration.

Lifestyle
by kbuzz
8 years ago
Make Your Credit Cards Pay You

Credit cards companies are thinking of all kinds of ways to keep their business segment profitable. No one can blame them for that. Frees for this and fees for that lurk around every corner. Fewer cards are available with no annual fee than were around before the credit crunch of late. Think beyond the yearly fee, and make those credit cards pay YOU.

Health
by kbuzz
8 years ago
Walk the Walk, Talk the Talk in Houston

Walking is one of the best forms of exercise, and no gym dues are required if you just know where to walk. Houston, Texas has great venues for walking. That takes care of "walk the walk." A quick suggestion to get you looking forward to that walk is also included via "talk the talk."

Health
by kbuzz
8 years ago
Kiwi, the Super Fruit

Eat kiwi! Every wondered what the little fuzzy looking brownish-green fruit was in the produce section? They are the sweet, delightful kiwifruits. The little egg-shaped marvels are super-healthy and delicious. Learn about the kiwi and buy some at your next trip to the store. Your taste buds and immune system will both thank you.

Lifestyle
by kbuzz
8 years ago
The Houston Theater Scene

Live theater is alive and well in Houston, Texas. Three of the better known venues for shows are the Alley Theater, the Hobby Center for the Performing Arts, and Miller Outdoor Theater. Enjoy a little history of the theaters including a ghostly tale concerning one of them. Then, head out for a show! It's great entertainment any time of year. Some are even free!

History
by kbuzz
8 years ago
Houston the City, Capital of Texas?

Yes, Houston was the capital of Texas. At that point in time, Texas was an independent country, the Republic of Texas. A bit of deception of two New York brothers brought about the decision to make Houston the capital, but the decision was short lived. The brief history of Houston as the capital is an interesting read. Information is provided on where to go to visit the site of the old capital in Houston.

Lifestyle
by kbuzz
8 years ago
How to Get Promoted

Explore seven ways to get promoted in your current company. Seven no-nonsense suggestions will improve your chances of landing that job that you desire.

History
by kbuzz
8 years ago
Polish Pottery

Polish pottery has an interesting history and a bright possibility of being your next favorite collector's item. Not only is the pottery unique and beautiful, but with the wide variety of pieces available, household uses for the pieces are abundant.

History
by kbuzz
8 years ago
Prince William Earns His Pay

People worldwide showed fascination with the recent royal wedding. Given the sometimes rocky past between the United States and Great Britain, the interest that is shown by citizens of the United States makes for interesting food for thought about our attraction to events involving the royal family. What is old can sometimes be new. The thought process on that over-the-top interest was a subject of writings by Bruce Barton back in the early twentieth century!

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