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Penicillin. Help Others – Help Yourself. Facts & Fables

By now you may have heard this partly fairy tale but it is worth to repeat it. Not word for word, but in the sense I want you to listen and understand. It sounds unbelievable.

One day a poor Scottish farmer with the name Hugh Fleming heard a cry of someone for help. It turned out that a boy (born 30 November 1874) was up to his waist in black mud, incapable to help himself out and destined to a slow death. The farmer, who followed the voice, helped the boy out of his dangerous situation.

The next day a carriage from an obvious rich person stopped at his home and a so called nobleman stepped out. He was the father of the boy the farmer Fleming has saved.

This nobleman wanted to pay the farmer for his help but Fleming refused. For him helping other peoples was naturally and did not required any kind of payment.

While those two adults talked, the son of the farmer (born 6 August 1881) appeared from he house. He was seven years older than the boy his father has saved.

The nobleman recognized this and he changed his strategy. Instead of offering money, he offered education. He said, the boy of Fleming will get the same education like his son as he believes that the son of the farmer Fleming will undoubtful develop to the same kind of person as his farther was.

The farmer Fleming agreed. It was an offer of a lifetime. What else he could offer to his son?

Actually, according to the biography, Penicillin Man, the story above is a fable and false. But think about it…it could have happened.

In any case, Alec Fleming, his sun, attended the Loudoun Moor School, the Darvel School, and earned a two-year scholarship to Kilmarnock Academy before moving to London where he attended the Royal Polytechnic Institution and later the Mary’s Hospital Medical School in London. He became Sir Alexander Fleming, the discoverer of Penicillin in 1928! That brought him a shared Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1945.

The aristocratic man’s son developed years later pneumonia – and what helped him? The Penicillin from Sir Alexander Fleming. But this statement is a fable, too. Churchill was saved by Lord Moran, using sulfonamides, since he had no experience with penicillin at this time. But without doubt, penicillin help millions throughout the world since then.

The nobleman talked earlier was Lord Randolph Churchill and his son became Sir Winston Churchill, the British prime minister of the UK who served two terms. One term during the Second World War 1940-45 and a second term after it in 1951-55. Perhaps not so known, he got also the Nobel Prize in Literature.

The story may be a fairy tale to some degree and not exactly after the facts but helping others can make circles you never thought about. We should do so without thinking to much about possible benefits for ourselves.

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Want to avoid data entry Scams?

Be wary of jobs that promise too much!

We’ve all been attracted by the glittery promises of online data entry advertisements. Yet in order to avoid data entry scams and knowing the number of scams out there, we usually decide to just stick to perusing the newspaper for jobs that just aren’t there, all the meanwhile hearing about these great opportunities to earn hundreds of dollars an hour just sitting and staring at the wall, or whatever it is they claim.

Data entry jobs online are possible, and can be a good career opportunity for some people like they are for me.

But the data entry advertisements that promise great riches are clearly not telling the truth, and to avoid data entry scams, these are the first ones to steer away from.

Whether I’ve been tricked online before or not, the dangers of online fraud, scams, cons and hacks are pretty evident to most people. The principles to follow to avoid data entry scams are fairly simple and logical, but too many people fail to follow them.

Keeping my personal information safe is a necessity to avoid data entry scams. I never give out my address, identification information, bank account information, or any other sensitive data without a great deal of thought.

Even my e-mail address should be regarded as fairly private. Many data entry jobs, even several legitimate ones, are likely to bring me a lot of spam. To avoid data entry scams means never sending anyone money for anything. If they’ve sent me a check and want me to forward money, I don’t trust it.

Finding legitimate websites to connect me to data entry jobs is a good way to avoid data entry scams, but I always remember that no matter how closely these sites are watched, some scams will always sneak through, and in the end it is always up to me to protect myself and to avoid data entry scams.

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How to Setup An Online Home Business!

Navigating Commerce And Advertising On The Internet

Setting up an online home business was a daunting task for me. Getting a website going is one thing, but managing e-commerce and reaching the right customer audience through online advertising?

These seemed impossible. The online corporate world is confusing, but also a good opportunity for getting an online home business going with minimal start-up costs. Online business opportunities were attractive for me, because I already had a business going, but I wanted to expand it online. But it can be a good possibility as well as for those who are just starting out.

The key to any business may be simply the knowledge of what I am offering and who’s buying it. Online advertising for an online home business might not be as difficult as it seemed to me initially. For a business that sells handmade teddy bears, e-bay and other auction websites can be good opportunity to establish a reputation.

An online home business that offers legal consulting services will obviously employ different techniques to reach their target audience. Thinking about the customer base led me to advertising on other websites, or joining online groups to reach the right audience.

It was essential for me to building a good, attractive, user-friendly and reliable website in order to start reliable online home business. Search Engine Optimization helped me get an online business website up near the top of the internet search results.

So what about managing commerce online? Customers want to know that even the smallest online home business can conduct financial exchanges online securely and efficiently.

So I found good programs and tutorials, which turned a difficult matter into the simplest system imaginable. Online home business may be a good way to provide products and services. Though setting up an online home business took some work, it was really not as hard as it seemed at first.

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