How to Easily Conduct a Reverse Mobile Phone Lookup From Home

Due to the increase in the trend of mobile communication usage today, people will more often than not encounter the problems of making and receiving wrong calls. When you make a wrong call you will most times not make the mistake a second time but receiving wrong calls on the other hand can become a problem if the person keeps calling.

In this case, you may want to run a reverse mobile phone lookup to be able to know who the person is. Other reasons why you may need a reverse mobile phone lookup are: to know the identity of a telemarketer, to know who your spouse or your child is talking to or just to associate a name with a number.

Reverse mobile phone lookup services can be gotten free or be paid for. If you are low on budget you may like to use any of the free services out there on the Internet. The following are ways by which you can get a reverse mobile phone lookup service for free:

• Using any of the search engines online: This approach largely depends on probability. This is because you may find it hard to get the information you are looking for if the mobile number owner has never placed it online for any reason. Another problem is that you can easily get the wrong or outdated information as there is no way of verifying the authenticity of the information.

• Asking for help in forums: To use this method all you need to do is to go to forums like yahoo answers etc. and ask fellow users there to help you locate the owner of a particular number. However the problem with this is that the person helping you might start asking for a few dollars. Latermore you may end up being directed to sites that may not give you what you really want.

After you have gone through these processes and you are not making any head way, your best bet will be to go for any good paid reverse mobile phone lookup. Using a paid service is like acquiring the services of an underground detective. A paid service will provide you with the following information:

• The name of the number's owner
• His or her current address
• Date of birth
• Marital status
• Location of the telephone number
• Owner's criminal records etc.

The fee for signing up with a paid service is usually negligible and also it is very flexible. You can decide to pay per search or pay for a one time subscription fee. The latter will allow you to search as many numbers as you want. These are options you can use in trying to run a reverse mobile phone look up.

Employment Discrimination – Too Old to Work

Employment discrimination in any form is a problem, true it exists but we need to rise above it in any way we can. Another type of discrimination is Age Discrimination, it crosses all economic and social boundaries, it is equally cruel to all races and both genders.

Big business uses our age against us when we apply for employment, they make us hide the years of experience we have, they make us ashamed for having the years we have, they are using tactics that can not be defined as employment discrimination, but it is employment discrimination none the less. This wave of Age Discrimination is sly and corporate HR uses veiled tactics to exclude older unemployed workers.

How can American businesses think that older workers are less valuable than the students right out of college. True they have a nice new degree. I have twenty five years doing the job you will probably hire the new graduate to do. The only reason to come to mind is MONEY, the new graduates will start for less money then I made before becoming unemployed. Les experience equals less salary, that is corporate america in a nutshell.

The sneaky thing is that they use veiled advertisements and coded questions to weed out the experienced worker in a way that will not appear to be employment discrimination, but we know it is at any rate.

Even if you somehow get an interview HR can dismiss you with the line “We will be in touch” as if we had a chance to get a job that we are ultimately qualified to do.

Even the blind men on capitol hill have had someone point out to them that older workers are facing employment discrimination and remaining on unemployment in higher numbers and for extended lengths of time, losing both their income and their health benefits.

Because corporate America wants to save a few bucks. This is criminal. Bailout, corporate America knows that word very well, government bailed out business, from the auto makers to the banks and who knows how many more individuals with charitable foundations and the like.

I think at fifty two I am a better worker then I was in my twenties, my focus has changed from girls night out and drinking to home and quality of life although the current state of the economy I may revisit the drinking. I enjoy doing a great job. I put energy into everything I do. I excel at work, I like working and have a great deal of experience in varying types of work.

I can do much more than be a bagger at the store or a greeter. Don’t tell me I would be bored working in a lesser job then I had a few years ago, I’m bored now I’m unemployed. Besides even if I was bored you wouldn’t need to worry about me leaving for a better opportunity because employment discrimination and the economy have made certain there are no jobs for me to go and get.

Why Native Apps Are Still Ahead of HTML5

HTML5 might have had a promising start but native mobile video players are still making their mark due to their features. Due to the impressive start of HTML5, it was being considered as the next big thing in the world of mobile ads. Bets were being placed on HTML5 over the native mobile video player. But Alas! Due to the time and cost it requires to develop cross-platform compatible ads are still in the game, and are still popular among advertisers.

Edge of Native Mobile Video Player over HTML5

The demand of mobile apps by the brands is increasing with every passing day. Advertisers and software developers come up with creative ideas to gain an edge over their competitors and get more per click user ratio.

According to the creator of a leading social networking website, using HTML5 to create mobile apps was a mistake. It slowed the end user experience and wasn’t providing similar results on different browsers. The apps created by using HTML5 soon began to lose their charm after its introduction. The mobile app developers are facing long-term issues with their apps developed using HTML5.

However, with native apps it was easier to create video ads and integrate them into mobile phones. Native mobile video players are being hailed by the advertisers due to their cross-platform compatibility and better branding experience.

HTML5 gained quick popularity because of its new and innovative features. However, it couldn’t enhance the end user experience. The apps which were created by using HTML5 were slow. However, the Native apps have enhanced the end user experience with the constant upgrades in the technology.

Native Mobile Video Player SDK (Software Development Kit) for Android and iOS

Interactive mobile ads require creative options to be able to engage their user in their cell phone video ads. Native cell phone movie player for Android and iOS have better usability compared to HTML5 but the time and cost it takes to develop apps that provide similar user experience on all forums is not worth it.

With the native mobile player SDK (Software Development Kit) available for Android and iOS, now you can create a better and interactive mobile ad and gain the attention of the mobile surfer. This provides an effective way to deliver the message to the targeted audience. Native mobile players are software developer and browser friendly and enables developers to creatively place mobile video ads.

Future Shock: Voice Recognition Identification Technology

Backgrounder: Kay Hughes, flight attendant for today's non-stop coast-to-coast flight is busy checking her catering order and prepping the cabin. Bob Harmon is the captain and Jeff Mortowski is his first officer. Both are located in the cockpit going over the pre-flight checklist. The pax are from various companies in the New York area or individuals on personal business who have bought seats on his flight.

The Story: Kay woke up with a start as the alarm on her clock radio blared. Reaching across her pillow, she noticed the time, 5:15, and hammered the snooze button in the hopes of grabbing another five minutes of sleep. Tired as she was, her mind began to race as she considered the day ahead. In less than four hours she would be enroute to LA with an aircraft full of passengers. Slowly the thought of additional sleep became less important as she considered all that she had to do before leaving Teterboro. Quietly she slipped on her robe and slippers, poured herself a cup of coffee, and slinked into the shower.

As Kay walked across the tarmac, she saw the fuel truck pulling up to her aircraft and the cater at the gate waiting for a security clearance. It was 6:48 and already she could feel the heat lifting off of the pavement. Another scorcher she thought; at least LA will be cooler.

Kay greeted Jeff who was busy extending the fuel delivery; she then climbed onboard the GV and brave a similar greeting to Bob who was occupied with updating paperwork. Bob finished what he was doing and briefed Kay with the day's schedule. Minutes later Kay turned to assist the approaching caterer with the day's order. Within the hour, the first of the passengers began to arrive. Each sat in the lobby of the FBO waiting to be boarded. At precisely 8:00 am, Kay left the aircraft and walked down the ramp to the FBO. She whispered to the waiting security agent who signaled to the FBO customer service representative to make the boarding announcement. "Ladies and Gentlemen, Jet Aviation Flight # 001 departing TEB for LAX is now boarding. flight. "

Kay turned and left the FBO and walked back to the aircraft. Both pilots were onboard completing their preflight preparations. Kay stand at the bottom of the steps leading up to the aircraft waiting for the security agent to bring the passengers to the plane. She knew that with fourteen passengers the security clearance would take a bit longer than normal.

Kay considered waiting inside the cabin to keep cool, but knew that it was important that she greeted the passengers at the base of the steps in case one of them needed assistance climbing up. "" It must already be 85 degrees out here, "she thought as she watched the heat vapors rise off the pavement.

After what seemed like an inordinate delay – Kay's hair was slowly losing style in the heat – Bob poked his head out of the cockpit and said, "Sorry for the delay, but we used another one." Startled, Kay stammered, "You mean one of the passengers failed security clearance?" Bob replied, "Not only that but he is on the FBI's wanted list of suspected terrorists." The remaining passengers checked out okay, but we'll be delayed until the agents finish interviewing them to see if they know the guy. " Despite the heat, Kay shivered as she thought of the potential chain of events a terrorist onboard the aircraft might unleash.

Her fears graduated subscribed when Jeff reminded her that the VOICE RECOGNITION IDENTIFICATION TECHNOLOGY (VRIT) unit in the FBO was flawless in the near six months of use. Over that time, twenty-six people with a criminal element were dropped, most of which had been charged previously with petty crimes [such as tax evasion] and were either on the run or would be in violation of their parole restrictions had they left the state. Today marked the first time that a suspected terrorist was caught and as the squad car sirens wailed, Kay knew that this day would be anything but normal.

The above account is fiction , but it pre-supposes a couple of things that could occur in the intervening years that would bring about similar results, ie, additional and more widespread terrorist attacks being a preliminary consideration. In addition, a change in the way we do business, ie, selling seats to individuals instead of selling the entire flight to a company or an individual would have to occur – no longer would you have a lead passenger who could identify all of the other passengers. VRIT is now within reach and will, more than likely, become the norm of the day. Essentially, it works this way: a person speaks into a device that immediately matches the voice pattern with one in the database. The database identifies the person and when a match is made, the person is clear [unless the database turns up a warrant for their arrest].

Naturally, in order to get onboard a flight we would require passengers to be part of that database. This could occur if VRIT becomes as mandatory as holding a social security number or a driver's license. Foreign nationalities would have to be keyed into the same system to make it work, so the potential for a worldwide Orwellian-type system would be great.

Recently, I had the opportunity to meet with Russ Cooper, a managing partner with COMPUTEK, a Wall Street company that has developed the latest generation of VRIT. He shared with me that both the FBI and CIA use an older generation of VRIT and his company is marketing the current one. Their customer base potential is impressive: government agencies, security firms, airports, airliners, automobile manufacturers, you name it. Wherever a positive id on a person is needed, their technology might be utilized.

According to Russ, the technology is fail-safe. When I mentioned that a voice impersonator like a Richard Little type could sneak by, he claimed that VRIT would still know who he was even with the "Richard Nixon" voice. Similarly, voice patterns are distinguishable even when disguised.

We did not discuss "price" as he was not marketing his product directly to me. I can only imagine that the costs involved would be significant, but then I began to think that they could possibly be offset by lower insurance premiums if insurance companies see the benefit of "guaranteeing" passenger security.

So what role could the flight attendant play in utilizing VRIT? Perhaps in lieu of a security agent [especially in an out of the way places like Bozeman, Montana], a VRIT unit would be assigned to your aircraft – much like a cardiac defibrillator monitor – and you would greet each passenger as they boarded the aircraft. Before the aircraft could be cleared for takeoff, the passengers would speak into the hand VRIT and be given a security clearance on the spot.

Let's return to our story and amend it with the security check being placed directly in the flight attendant's hands:

Kay walked down the GV's steps carrying her mobile VRIT device and waited as the passengers exited the FBO and made their way to the aircraft. She announced, "Welcome onboard Jet Aviation flight # 001 bound for Los Angeles. Please speak your name into the VRIT unit. if you need additional assistance, the captain will be glad to help you. "

One by one the passengers filed by, saying that their name and waiting for the green clearance light to flash. As they spoke, a signal was transferred to an orbiting satellite and then beamed to VRIT headquarters in Washington, DC. As the last of the passengers approached, Kay continued to greet each one and wait for clarification. Finally, when all passengers were cleared, she climbed the steps and had both pilots speak into the VRIT unit. At last, Kay laid the unit in the First Officer's hands in order to have him run clearance on her. Kay cleared her throat, spoke her name, but after an extended pause, the VRIT beeped loudly and signaled red. The color in Kay's face drained away and she turned to flee. Within moments several arms arrived forward to appreciate her as sirens wailed in the background.

All she could think about was running away …

Startled, Kay awoke from her dream as the snooze alarm blared away.