Women need to carry many things to make their lives run a little smoother. Whether it is a laptop, papers, change of clothes, or simply the feminine products they can’t live without, there is always one more thing they need to throw in the bag.

So what happens when you have to carry two bags or three. This gets to be a pain. Computers are a vital source of the way we live our every day life. So why not get a laptop bag that can hold all you need without breaking your back.

There are several on the market that will allow you to carry what you need as well as keep up with the latest fashion styles. A messenger bag, comes in two sizes as well as a variety of colors or patterns. If you are a Maddie Powers fan you can even get her face on one of these inexpensive bags.

Starting at around $40 you can store all your little things in multiple pockets that fit just like a back pack. For a little more around $70 you can get one on wheels, that is doubled in size but not awkwardness. These stylish yet functional bags will allow you to carry all you need without breaking your pocket book.

Sumo Laptop Briefcases are another good choice. They start at around $50 and go up to $120. These briefcases are designed to look like a purse or a regular briefcase, and come in a variety of colors and sizes. They have unlimited room for all those things you can not live without. There is even a pocket for your phone and water bottle. This will allow you to have the privacy you need, but the functionality and professionalism of a business deal.

Neoprene was impressive with a notebook sleeve that has multiple pockets. It can carry up to six laptops at once and still leaves room for some extra things. This will set you back around $17.

McKlein Sand Willow brook has a detachable laptop briefcase that can either be on wheels or not. It has multiple compartments and is a leather covering. Also, it comes in a variety of colors and fashionable to use even in the strictest business environment. It will cost you about $145. However with compartments all over and the fact that you can detach the wheels, this bag is a steal at this price.

Heys eCase has a hard case shell that will allow you to protect your items. Though it does not have any give, the hard shell case will protect your items from water or other damage you may inquire on the commuter train to work. It comes also in a variety of colors. It comes on wheels and will cost you about $107. The storage is massive and will allow you to keep all your papers in order as well as your computer running on time.

On eBay, Misspelling in titles and descriptions often means “opportunity”.

When Steve Marconi wanted to sell his ex-wife’s diamond ring, he listed them on eBay – but his item didn’t sell. So, he put the item up for sale again…still no sale.

Could it be that he used a reserve? Perhaps the description wasn’t very good. Maybe the pictures didn’t do the item justice – because, in fact, it was a beautiful diamond ring. Is it possible that the title was well written: Dimond Ring Size 6.5 1.0 Carat Emerald Cut Low Reserve

The answer seemed obvious – to everyone but Steve. On eBay, some sellers are clueless, while others are just careless. You’ll find items for sale on eBay such as labtop computers, throwing knives, Art Deko vases, camras, comferters and saphires…even dimond rings.

Now, you might be thinking…there is no way that people really misspell the key word wrong for the specific item for sale. Well, not only does it happen, but it happens frequently.

These item will occasionally get bidders – bur rarely very many. Often these items are scooped up by “Power Buyers”, or people who troll eBay for spelling slip-ups, buying items on the cheap and selling them all over again on eBay, but with the right spelling and for the right price. Michael B., a jeweler in West Palm Beach Florida, is one of them.

Mr. B once bought a box of gers for $2. They were gears for pocket watches, which he cleaned up and put back on the auction block with the right spelling. They sold for $200. “I’ve bought and sold stuff on eBay and Yahoo that I bought for next to nothing” because of poor spelling or vague descriptions, he said.

David Scroggins, who lives in Milwaukee, also searches for misspellings. His company provides entertainment for weddings and corporate events, and microphone systems for shows at Wisconsin’s casinos. He has bought Hubbell electrical cords for a 10th of their usual cost by searching for Hubell and Hubbel. And he now operates his entire business by laptop computers, having bought three Compaqs for a pittance simply by asking for Compacts instead.

No one knows how much misspelling is out there in eBay land, where more than $28 billion worth of goods was sold last year. The company does flag common misspellings, but wrong spellings can also turn up similar misspellings, so that buyers and sellers frequently read past the Web site’s slightly bashful line asking, by any chance, “Did you mean . . . chandelier?”

Just the other day I searched on eBay and in less than an hour turned up dozens of items, including bycicles, telefones, dimonds, mother of perl, cuttlery, bedroom suits and loads of antiks.

This creates a great buying opportunity. Often times people ask where they can find product to sell on eBay. Sometimes the answer can be as simple as “On eBay”.

Ms. Marshall, who lives in Dallas, said she knew she was on shaky ground when she set out to spell chandelier. But instead of flipping through a dictionary, she did an Internet search for chandaleer and came up with 85 or so listings.

She never guessed, she said, that results like that meant she was groping in the spelling wilderness. Chandelier, spelled right, turns up 715,000 times.

Some experts say there is no evidence that people are spelling worse than they ever did. But with the growth of e-mail correspondence and instant messaging, language has grown more informal. And much as calculators did for arithmetic, spell checkers have made good spelling seem to quite a number of people like an obsolete virtue.

Not that spell checkers are used by nearly everyone. Indeed, experts say the Internet — with its discussion boards, blogs and self-published articles — is a treasure trove of bad spelling.

“Before the Internet came along, poor spelling by the public was by and large not exposed,” said Paige P. Kimble, the director of the National Spelling Bee. Now, though, “we are becoming acutely aware of what a challenge spelling is for us.”

Sandra Wilde, author of the 1992 book “You Kan Red This!: Spelling and Punctuation for Whole Language Classrooms K-6,” said language served a variety of purposes, so that in some settings it might make sense to skip punctuation or to speak in slang. She likens instant messaging, for example, to notes passed at the back of the classroom when the teacher’s back is turned: there is no premium on proper spelling.

“On something like eBay though,” she said, “it matters.’

Smart sellers will actually keep in mind that misspelling doesn’t just come from a seller listing an item for sale – but from a buyer as well who will actually search on eBay using a common misspelling of the item. Warren Lieu of Houston, who was selling hunting and fishing knives on eBay recently, covered all the bases: his listing advertised every sort of alphabetic butchery, including knives and knife.

Mr. Lieu, a computer programmer, keeps a list of common misspellings, including labtop for laptop and Cusinart for Cuisinart.

His strategy of listing multiple spellings, he said, is based on his experience as a buyer. “I’m a bad speller myself,” he said. So his mistakes in searching for items led him to realize that he could buy up bargains.

“I’d go ahead and deliberately misspell it when I searched for items,” he said.

Even some who have made money off misspellings have felt their bite.

When Mr. Scroggins, who has been helping his parents sell off the contents of his father’s jewelry and watch repair store, recently listed “a huge lot of earings,” it attracted only three bids, and sold for just $5.50.

And then there was the time he sold the family’s flatwear.

The MisspellGenerator.com eBay Search Program is a great resource for both buyers and sellers. This easy to use program and search results appear in as little as three seconds. Simply enter your keyword and with the click of the mouse you will be whisked off to eBay to find the hidden gems.

eBay generates over a billion page views a DAY. Of the tens of millions of items for sale on eBay at any given time, how many misspelled item titles prevent the auction from showing up in a search?

MisspellGenerator.com lets you search for items that are misspelled right from your desktop. Enter in your item name, hit the Search button, the program will search eBay for dozens of variations of your search term. A built in browser will whisk you away to eBay and provide you with all the current active auctions for those items that are misspelled by the sellers.

You should be able to pick up some real bargains with no one else bidding against you. Just remember thousands of items on eBay are listed with misspelled titles, from a single word to multiple words. These items often expire with no bids on them as no-one can find them. Use MisspellGenerator.com to uncover those hidden gems.

Could Netbooks be the next step in reducing ecological waste and energy consumption for the personal computer user? In some ways, the answer is yes. Netbooks, in their inherent design structure, offer a more eco-friendly and energy efficient alternative to other current laptops. Still, depending on the needs of the consumer Netbooks may not be a practical possibility.

First, one needs to know what is a netbook. A netbook is a labtop computer expressly designed for wireless communication and access to the internet. These computers rely primarily on web based applications and are minute in size when compared to traditional laptops. Because of their small size, usually weighing two to three pounds, netbooks consume less plastic and metal in their production. At the same time toxic materials used in computing, such as lead, are also reduced. So, in effect netbooks are the most material efficient of current computer models.

Second, one needs to look at energy. For a computer to work it needs electricity. That is an absolute. Netbooks have a very narrow aim to connect and work while on the internet. Traditional computers have a very wide aim, to serve any need of the personal computer consumer. This ranges from connecting to the internet to producing complex databases and even graphic intensive video games. Since the narrow aim of notebooks requires much less processing power, less energy is used. For example, Intel’s Atom processor is used by 19 of the top netbooks. Atom posses a maximum thermal design point (TDP) of 2.5 watts; compare that with Intel’s Core 2 Duo chips, which have a TDP of 65 watts.

On the other hand, netbooks do have drawbacks. The small processing power and limited memory storage of notebooks make them incompatible for any data or graphic intensive work. Graphic designers and information technology officers should look elsewhere. Likewise, those individuals concerned about computer waste must examine the individual manufacturers. In the end, if you are using a computer only for checking e-mail and Facebook in the local Peets then a netbook may just be the perfect way for you to reduce your carbon footprint.

The iPad has some new competition, and it is called the Google tablet. No one knows much about the tablet, but what information I could dig up is included below. Everybody wants to own some sort of tablet device nowadays. Whether you buy the iPad or a Nook or a Kindle. People love these small computers that are convenient and easy to carry everywhere. You can use them to read books and surf the web and you will not have to be weighed down with a heavy laptop.

However, if you are one of those people who are looking forward to its’ release, then, whether or not you will purchase one is not in question. The point is that it is bound to be a hot item because it was created by the largest and most prosperous web-based company in history. Google makes so many wonderful programs. They took over with their clean search engine and then with Gmail.

Google is really good at making great efficient things. So their tablet will be great as well, no question about it. The tablet created by Google makes a great gift for people who already own an iPad and want to give a similar gift to someone.

Operating System and Browser: As you would have thought, the Google tablet features the Android operating system and Chrome browser. These two are popular Google favorites that are fast and reliable

Manufacturer: The tablet is manufactured by HTC who is an expert in creating mobile devices. This expertise and knowledge makes them the perfect company to employ to construct a tablet.

Internet Service Provider: Even though Google and Verizon had some previous disagreements, they are now holding to their promise to unite and collaborate.

Launch Date: The tablet was strategically set to be released on one of the busiest shopping days of the year: Black Friday of 2010, when the average person is more willing to spend money on a new gadget.

Hardware: The tablet has some innovative features including: a touch screen, webcam, 2 gigabytes of random access memory, bluetooth, wireless internet and 3G.

To match the Apple iPad’s ten million unit sales, Google has a long and difficult road ahead. One notable advantage the tablet has over the iPad is that it supports flash. iPad enthusiasts will appreciate a little rivalry in the market so that prices will drop. Now, everyone is wondering about what Google has in store for us next. Google TV?

Ever imagined how to speed up a Desktop? Do you want to speed up a Desktop that has started slowing down? Not yet found a method to speed up your Desktop? Most of the speed issues and similar errors of your Desktop are due to an inconsistent system registry.

A system registry is an active database that is maintained by the operating system. It contains all the configuration details of your system and is arranged in a tree structure. When a program loads the computer refers the registry for the configuration details and the present settings. It is also used for the booting process of the computer. The data is entered into the system registry by another windows maintained program and the process is triggered automatically. Windows registry is in fact one of the most important system files maintained in your computer.

A large number of programs installed in your computer can increase the size of the computer’s registry. Even though uninstalling a program usually removes any related entry from the pc’s registry, sometimes a few links are left untouched. They remain in the windows registry as junk data and affect the orderliness of the system registry. When there are a large number of entries in the registry the operating system takes longer than usual to find the relevant information. This can slow down the boot up process and also the operational speed of certain applications as well as the whole system. One of the commonly affected applications is the internet explorer.

An inconsistent system registry can lead to too many errors in the computer include system32 errors, DLL errors, shared link errors and frequent stalls during operation. These errors can be easily removed by correcting the entries in the system registry and this can be done by using the regedit command. But great care should be taken while editing the entries as any small error during the editing process can crash the whole system. The procedure for editing and cleaning the computer’s registry varies depending on the version of the windows operating system. The steps to be followed can b found on their website and it should be followed accurately. It is also good to create a backup to the changes made in the system registry so that you can track back the changes in case anything goes wrong during the cleanup process.

Special softwares that perform registry cleanup are also available now. These softwares commonly known as registry cleaners are programs that automatically locate errors in your computer’s registry and report them. They are easy to use and have a user friendly interface. They can be used even by intermediate computer users and does not require deep understanding of the system. You can choose which of the errors have to be fixed or choose to fix all the errors automatically. They scan the system registry for any unwanted entries and the hard drive for junk files or applications and remove them. These programs reduce the size of the windows system registry and enhance the performance of your computer.

Registry cleaners are available for each of the windows operating system and they provide a lot of extra features. These include checking for scrupulous entries and performing scheduled scans. They also resolve issues related to runtime errors and corrupted application files. Most of the registry cleaners also contain inbuilt anti spyware removal. The frequency of these registry cleanup processes depends on the type of activity on your computer. Too many changes made in a short time may require registry cleanup to be done quite often. Regular registry cleanups can keep your system performing well by keeping your registry updated and clean. It will also help to increase the speed of your computer.

Were you aware that there are not only great finds to be found in misspelled auctions, but also a chance for a great profit, too? Although buyers are just now becoming familiar with the benefits of sellers that misspell their wares, the concept is rather simple.

Let’s say, for instance, that someone is selling a laptop computer. Only, instead of listing it as a “laptop” they list it is a “labtop.” The seller is confused when they do not get any bids, and then upset when, at the last minute, they get a minimum bid and sell their computer without any competition from other bidders.

A seller’s mistake in misspelled auctions can be a buyer’s dream – great products with virtually no bids. The idea of buying plasma TVs for minimal money, a Dolchey and Gabana dress with no competition, and a high tech digital camera at the lowest bidding price seems impossible, but it happens everyday. Why? Because when an item is misspelled, very few people can find it. After all, a misspelled item shouldn’t show up in search engine results if the person doing the searching spells it correctly to begin with.

So how can buyers profit from this? If you are also a seller, then purchasing these misspelled auctions at low prices and then turning around and reselling them for a profit, with the correct spelling, can be lucrative. As a regular individual, you can simply walk away with a great deal.

How can you find these misspelled auctions if they are, in fact, misspelled to begin with?

When typing in an item in the search engine, misspell it on purpose. However, you will probably have to try several different variations of the misspelling before you come up with any results. The word “camera” for instance could be misspelled as “camra”, “cammera”, or “camara.”

Another idea is to look for items that might be listed under the wrong categories. It is important to search for the item by name, rather than by category. People don’t always pay as close attention to the category listings as they should.

Playing around with misspelled auctions can give you an idea of what is out there. Although you might not find any items right away, by looking on a daily basis, some are bound to pop up. After all, people are commonly misspelling words and although eBay does their best to try to catch them, some are always going to slip by.

Eventually, eBay will probably catch onto this and misspelled auctions might not be as lucrative as they are now. In the meantime, however, it doesn’t hurt to take a look and try to find some good deals from those people that didn’t use spell check.

This is something you need to pay attention to when buying and selling on eBay. If you are a seller this means that you need to watch your descriptions very diligently. After all, you don’t want to be the one to lose an item at a very low price, just because you spelled something wrong. What might be a benefit to you as a buyer, is not so beneficial to you as a seller when it comes to misspelled auctions.