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Ice Storm Insurance

Because I run an Internet and Telephone company an uninterruptible power supply is a priority as business. and individuals count on us to be on the air even when the rest of the city is having problems with ice storms.

Two years ago my wife and I installed the smallest generator made by the same company that handles our industrial models here at the office which puts out a total of 7,000 Watts and backs up 8 total circuits. When you live in the country, like I do, not even the well works without power so you can't even flush a toilet without power! Here is the URL:


There are a couple of steps in purchasing a generator that you should know. The first is to decide exactly what the minimum amount of power is that you could live with in an emergency.

Guide to generators

The second is deciding if you will install it or use a professional. We did a combination. I did the pipe work for the propane and hired an electrician to tie in the automatic transfer switch and panel.

During the ice storm we were without power for 54 hours but our little generator ran everything from the freezer to the washer, from the TV to the toilets. My son joined us with his family and we didn't miss a beat.

I noticed yesterday that Sam's is beginning to handle Generac Generators as well as Home Depot. The purchase and installation of the 7,000 Watt generator was less than $2500.00. Not bad when you consider the peace of mind.

Let's keep the power flowing!

Timothy J. Kilkenny
Founder & CEO

Tech President!

Politicians have leveraged tech innovations since the 19th century, when locomotives and the telegraph helped them reach remote places. But an explosion of new and inexpensive technologies since the 2004 elections is transforming campaigns into tech-driven ventures, shifting the balance of power - with surprising and unsettling results.

There's no denying the huge impact the Web will have on the 2008 presidential race. To respond to the new political trend and keep candidates on their technological toes, the Presidential Democracy Forum started the Tech President blog at techpresident.com. This site keeps tabs on campaign sites, postings on YouTube, and how each candidate's friend pool on social-networking sites is growing (or not).

The 2008 election will be the first where the Internet will play a central role, not only in terms of how the campaigns use technology, but also in how voter-generated content affects its course. TechPresident.com plans to track all these changes in real-time, covering everything from campaign websites, online advertising and email lists to the postings on YouTube and who's got the fastest growing group of friends on MySpace.

Happy Surfing From Your Friends at FullNet!

Roger Baresel

Show Me the Money

Have you ever wondered if you make enough money? Ever see others doing well and think how much better they have it? Most of us have - and we forget how fortunate we are in this country. I am reminded of a country song that says, "I look around at what everyone has and I forget about all I've got."

Every year we gaze enviously at the lists of the richest people in world, wondering what it would be like to have that sort of cash. But where would you sit on one of those lists? Are there those envious of you? Here's your chance to find out.

There is a web site that allows you to compare your yearly salary with the rest of the world! Just go to globalrichlist.com and put your income into the box, select US currency and click "Show me the money!"

At a minimum wage job we still rate in the top 13% of the world for income! Just a short link to follow that same song to remind us, "even my bad days ain't that bad!"

John Secondi
FullNet Customer Service Manager

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