Category Archives: How Tos

Gmail: mark all unread mail as read

Are you tired of havinf numerous emails in your Gmail box and want to get rid of all the unread mail?

I faced a similas situation and wanted to get rid of that bugging number which reminded me that how lazy I was or from how may useless places the emails came to me. So I decided to get rid of it and Googled how to do it. Got a post at Lifehacker that tells how to do it.

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I have added the screenshots too to the instructions at Lifehacker to make it easier for the not so savvy ones.

Go to your Settings/Filters page and create a new filter.

In the Has the words field enter “is:unread” (without quotes), and click the Next Step button.

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You’ll get a message warning you that this type of filter won’t be applied to new mail, but that’s OK.  Click OK to continue.
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Check the boxes next to Mark as read and Also apply filter to … conversations below.
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Click Create Filter button, and you’re done.

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T. T. T. Track Twitter Trends

Twitter is HUGE and yes it really is. With more than 600 tweets per second it becomes very difficult to find the information of your taste. To overcome this limitation the Twitter community came up with a novel idea of #hashtags. If you are unaware of #hashtags we have it explained over here.

These #hashtags also gave birth to the trends on Twitter. The number of times the hashtag is repeated in tweets represents its trend. #Hashtags.org shows the latest trends on twitter and also allows you to search for a word and see its trend graph on Twitter.

To know what a #hashtag is about or two define your own for the public you can visit WTHashtag.com. This site is built upon wiki technology, making it easy for visitors to create their own definition entries for certain hashtags.

Here’s one I created: #Mtaram – we use this hashtag when we are sharing news about something cool, new or innovative happening on our Blog.

There are various websites and tools that you can use to track trends on Twitter.

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Track trends on particular topics or people. The display is in graph form and can be useful in mining data for particular projects. If someone is talking about a topic you have great knowledge of the subject then it might just provide you an in to make an introduction.

Twidentify Twitter Search

This is a search engine that allows you to conduct searches on Twitter influence, related conversations, and Twitter trends. You can search for more than one term at once by separating them with commas. You’re then presented with a graph for the week showing you how each search term compares to the other. You can also hide search terms from your graph if you change your mind.

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Here you can “browse the Twittosphere”. The most popular discussed topics within the past 24 hours are displayed underneath the search bar. Results are displayed in a Twitter-like fashion. You can see your search term in status updates only, retweets only, links only or questions. If you want to see them all at once, you can do that on the “all” tab. For each tweet displayed, you can reply to it or retweet it. The timeline is also updated in real-time so no need to refresh the page.

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This is another Twitter trend timeline updated in real-time. If the timeline moves too fast for you or you don’t like the color, you can change the settings to suite your preferences.

And Last but not the least is What the Trend?

This site doesn’t just show you what is trending on Twitter, it gives you an explanation as to why it’s trending — interesting concept. When you click on a hashtag it shows you the latest tweets, news and photos relating to that tag. You can go down the list or use the search bar to find a specific trend.

Try all these cool tools and let us know of your response. And if you happen to know any cool tool that we have missed please mention it in the comments.

Old golden days… Cheating at School…

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Get advance copies of the exam
• break into professor’s office
• hack into professor’s computer
• bribe copyist
• bribe TA
• consult test banks (most commonly maintained by fraternities and sororities). These are copies of tests gained either legally from professors who let students keep tests (this one is not cheating – it’s the prof s fault for repeating questions), or illegally by people who don’t turn tests back in or take an extra copy while it’s being passed out.
• if there is more than one section of the class, interview people who took the test in an earlier section. You could bribe several people to each memorize just a few questions and then get together to reconstruct the whole thing after the exam-worthwhile if you share the answers (and cost) with others.
• pay for exam answers from someone else who does any of the above.

Copying from neighbors’ papers
• Sit next to the person you want to cheat from. If there are different versions of the test, either mix them up while they’re being passed out (so you and your seatmate end up with the same version) or sit diagonally behind the person you want to cheat from.
• Several people can cheat by sitting in a “Flying V” formation, where the person to be cheated from sits at the head of the V and the cheaters fan out behind in diagonals.
• You or someone else can “accidentally” drop a paper on the floor so someone else can look at it.
• Walk up to the front to ask the professor a question and peek at other people’s tests on the way up and back.
• Use a small mirror to “adjust contact lenses” while really using it to peek.

Crib sheets

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Students have devised a wide variety of places to hide cheat sheets.
• Desk/Chair: the night before, write the crib sheet on the desk you’ll use. Either write in pencil (hard to see, easy to erase) or whittle an eraser to a point and write using the eraser. You could also write in on the back of the chair in front of you (if you’re bold enough, you can do this on the day of the exam after you sit down), the floor, or the desk edge. One anecdote tells of a female student who wrote her crib notes on the edge of the desk where her breasts would obscure them as she hunched over her exam.
• Food/Drink: Bring a bottled water or soda into class with you- the kind that has an easily pealed off paper around it like Cherry Coke. Before going to the class, write the cheats on the liner, and reattach it FIRMLY to the bottle. Any time you need an answer, take a drink of your soda and you will see some answers. Do NOT do this with a clear or light colored beverage! (NOTE: other mentions of hiding crib sheets in food items are common: in chip or cookie packages, computer-printed fake labels, a piece of tracing paper inside a gum wrapper that gets chewed with the gum after it’s used).

Body Parts

• Hands/Arms: the old standby! Write on your hands or arms and hide it from the professor with hand position or sleeves. The webbing between the fingers is a good place.
• Ankles: cross your leg over your knee and pull down your sock to view.
• Legs: Make a crib sheet with all the important information from the class, or you can write the information on your thighs. If you use the crib sheet tape it to the inside of the part of your skirt that covers your behind. Every time you need some information just lift the front of your skirt enough so you can see the crib sheet and whatever information you need. Anyway, the nice thing is that the instructor can’t really do anything, because if they accuse you of cheating by this method you can always call the instructor a “pervert.” The odds of the instructor reporting a cheating incident like this are pretty slim because the administration will ask, “How did you determine that she was cheating?” What would they say? Whatever they say, though it is true, will make them look like some lowlife child molester, and who wants that?
• Fingernails: I used to use mechanical pencils to write on my bare fingernails. Formulas, verbs, quotes, you name it, and I wrote it on my nails! If the teacher came by, I would curl my fingers under or put my hand in my lap. If worse comes to worse, you can rub off any evidence with one swipe of a sweaty (or spitty) fingertip. Females also report writing crib notes on the underside of false fingernails before attaching them.

Clothing
• Shoes: Write some facts on the bottom of your shoes.
• Hat: Hat: write notes on it in pencil to read during the test while your head is down. The teacher can’t see your eyes looking up at your visor because the visor blocks their view. The pencil then erases or rubs off rather easily so that you can wear it on non-test days, too, to throw off suspicion.
• Shirt: Wear an open flannel shirt to school. Have answers secretly taped to the inside, and when the teacher isn’t looking, just open it just enough to seethe notes. Or use a “cheating shirt”-a tiedyed or other print shirt with information worked into the designs.
• Tie: Write all important notes or formulas on the back of your tie
• Belt: tape the cheat sheet inside your belt. Either use a belt that’s too big or you’ll have to un-do it and slide it out during the test.
• Watch: Write a very small crib sheet, one that is about the size of a watch face. Empty the contents out of an old watch and insert the cheat sheet. Wear the watch with the face on the inside of your wrist. Never wear a t-shirt; only wear clothing with long sleeves!
• 101): For tests we have to show ID. Whenever I am going to have a quiz or test or whatever I write info on the back of my id card. Then I lean back and when I lean forward my card plops write on my desk. Just look at the back of your card and copy away. When the test is done just erase it off because the card is plastic,
• Other: eyeglass frames, mirrored sunglass lenses, band-aids…

Pencil/Pen

• Engraved Pencil: Etch them (notes) on a standard #2 pencil (the 6 sided type) with a new sharp razor blade. Don’t etch too deeply. Then, when you need the engraved information just rub your sweaty fingers over the etchings to get some dirt into them so they become visible. It’s virtually undetectable if you only use 3 sides of the pencil, and rotate it when someone is walking by. NOTE: the most elaborate organized cheating scam of all time sold pencils pre-engraved with the answers to standardized tests for up to $9,000 apiece!
• Engraved Pen: Put a pin in a mechanical pencil where the lead is supposed to be (cut the head off of the pin), and carve your cheat notes into the pen(s) you are using for the exam.
• Empty Pen: take a pen that has run out of ink and write your notes on a sheet of paper. The paper becomes a “scratch sheet” for the test, and you can view the writing by looking at the paper from the proper angle.
• White-Out: write on your “scratch” paper with white ink or White-Out error correction fluid.
• Fluorescent Pen: Student writes on “blank” blue book or scratch paper with invisible ink — visible only when ultraviolet light is shined on it. Thousands of cheap ultraviolet light pens are sold annually.
• Eraser: write answers on the bottom of the big erasers people use; can also be a method of sharing answers with others wince most professors will let you borrow an eraser from someone else during a test.
• Masking Tape: It’s better to write crib notes on masking tape than to write it on your body, because if they suspect you and it’s written on your body you’re busted! With thin masking tape you’ve at least got a chance to get rid of it because that stuff compresses into a ball that’s impossible to unwrap.
• Tissue: write your crib notes in pencil on a tissue. If the professor starts to come by, blow your nose into it and wad it up. If you can’t blow your nose, spit into it so it looks like you’ve blown your nose (gross!) and wads together permanently.
• Sticky Film: Use a good Laser printer to print your cheat notes using a very small font size (2-4). This way you can print off a lot of notes in a small area. You can buy transparent sticky film for laser printers. a transparency sheet, and if you print your cheat notes on these ‘stickies’ you can stick them on your tools: calculators, erasers, rulers, etc. If you have a black pen or calculator, the transparent film will not be noticeable since they are clear and the laser toner is black. You can read the text when the light shines on it the right way.
• The Room: write coded information on posters, blackboard, podium, in dust on cabinets, etc.
• Note Card + Rubber Band: write your notes on an index card. Punch a hole in the comer and thread a rubber band through the hole. Safety pin the non-card end up your sleeve and pull the other end down (the one with the card) and loop it around your thumb. Conceal the cheat sheett in your palm. Just in case the professor comes to check, simply release the band which is around your thumb and it will spring back up inside your sleeve! Only make sure you have all the information you need because once it’s released you can’t access it again!” NOTE: other students claim the cards can be retrieved at will.
• Cover Your Crib Sheet Tracks: write crib notes in a way that can be erased or obliterated immediately. If you must write them in pen, carry an alcohol prep pad or soak a moist towelette in fingernail polish.

Using Technology to Cheat

• Calculator: programmable calculators can hold text, formulas, even pictures.
• Watch: “data bank” watches can hold crib notes
• Pager: Setting electronic pagers to store messages students can conveniently call up when the teacher’s not looking. In one variant, a high-tech student used a tiny wireless video camera in a hat to transmit images of the test to an accomplice, who sent pager messages (the pager set on vibrate) to indicate answers! A related story regard the GRE: people taking it on the East Coast were reportedly beeping answers to persons on the West Coast.
• Palm Pilots and other personal digital assistants (and some calculators, too) allow information to be beamed across a distance via infrared. A student can use a laser pointer (many look like pens) to “write” the answers or as part of a code (e.g., left top side of floor tile = “A” , right top = “B”, etc.
• Walkman: record your notes, take a Walkman to class and listen to it during the test. It helps to have some music on their so if the prof walks towards you by the time they get there the music is playing.
• Micro-recorder: used when the same test is delivered in multiple sections; questions are whispered into microphone for later transcription.
• Wireless Monitor: used by musicians, this consists of a body pack transmitter concealed under clothing combined with a small flesh-colored earpiece; the wire is hidden under hair and clothing. A cell phone plus a small earpiece can be used for the same purpose.
• Camera: at least one instance of a student transmitting exam questions via a tiny wireless camera and receiving answers via a wireless monitor has been reported. And a watch that incorporates a digital still camera has already been released in Japan.

Using Old Exams
If the prof gives old tests back, take one from a previous semester and write all over it. Ask what colors of paper they use on tests and make copies of it in those colors. When the prof s not looking, take out the test of the same color, slide it under the real test, and cheat away.

Blue Books
On exams for which you have to bring you own paper or test booklets,. write all the information that you need in and outline form. If an instructor asks you about the outline (though doubtfall) simply explain that it’s a pre writing work to help you organize better for the actual essay or problem. To let you know, I think many people across the country have used this method on bluebook exams. It works, and is very hard to catch, just make sure your teacher doesn’t collect them at the start of the exam, and redistribute them.
Leaving Class
Leaving the test room and getting help (most often, under the pretense of a bathroom break).

Ringers
Convince someone else to take the test for you. If the proctors check IDs, either pay for a fake ID for them or pick someone who resembles you. On test days, they should try to look as much like you as possible. Take the test, but have the ringer sit next to you so you can copy off them. Take the test, but switch papers with the ringer and turn in the ringer’s test instead of your own (they can turn in their test using a fake name, or better yet, steal the test for a test file.

Take a Make-Up
If it’s the night before the test and you still haven’t studied, call the professor and plead illness or a relationship breakup, acting all distraught. Professors cut you more slack if you call them in advance. If you can’t, and you miss the exam, it depends on how strict they are: with some, you can plead your way into a makeup without any proof; with others, you might have to fake a doctor’s note or con your doctor into giving you one. Of course, in the meantime, you’ve interviewed your friends to find out exactly what was on the test (most instructors don’t go to the extra trouble of making out a special make-up test).

Turning In The Exam
• Not handing in the test and later acting all upset because the professor lost it.
• Gleaning answers from turried-in papers or a post-exam solution sheet, then correcting their paper before handing it in.
• Go up to ask a question and distract the professor long enough to snag someone else’s test or answer sheet. Take it back to the desk, copy answers, and turn both in (be sure not to put them back to back in the stack if you can help it). As a variation, if you don’t like the person, change some of their answers to wrong answers!
After The Exam
• Substituting correct solutions for incorrect ones after the graded tests are handed back.

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Collusion
• I sat right behind a girl that I was very good friends with and she had long wavy hair that remained stiff due to hairspray. Come test time I would simply insert my crib sheet into her hair and pull it aside when I needed an answer. I would then lean forward and whisper the answers to her.
• One person goes up to ask a question to the professor, but is really there to distract him/her while others cheat.
• We’d ask good-looking girls to dress really sexy (like short skirts and low-cut shirts) on the day of the exam and sit up front to distract the professor so we could all cheat.
• Cheater sits by window and confederate outside indicates answers.
• The better prepared person creates a cheat sheet for the lesser-prepared person during the exam, then finds a way to deliver it to them (e.g., dropped, written on eraser).
• The confederate takes two answer sheets and places them together, then writes hard enough on the first to leave impressions on the second. They then find a way to share the “blank” sheet with the cheater.
• Your friend fills in two answer sheets, one with your name and one with his. You both wait until that “crunch” where a bunch of people are leaving at once, then he/she turns in both while you leave without turning in yours. If the test requires names to be written, yours is left blank; either you immediately return because you’d “forgotten” to write your name on yours, or just wait — most professors will automatically assigned an unnamed paper to the person missing the exam score.
• If the instructor has you swap tests and grade each other’s tests, make a pact to misgrade each others’ exams.

Communicating in Codes
• The old tap and eat some colored candy routine! On multiple-choice tests, I tap out a number like – — (which I think Lina is trying to say is one tap, then 3 taps, thus 1-3 which becomes 13) is 13 and — —- is 25 you get the drift, really simple. Then the person answering gives the answer by eating an M&M or Skittle, where lets say red=A, blue=B, yellow–C, etc.
• NOTE: there are dozens of codes students have devised: hand position, foot position or foot tapping, test position, noises like clicking of pens, clothing positions, etc.

Badger the Professor
• Go to their office and get them to change your grade. You have to find out what works for the individual professor — with some, it’s being sexy, for others it’s being nice, or crying, or just being a pain in the ass long enough so they’ll give in just to get rid of you.

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• Hack into their computer
• Change their gradebook
• Steal their gradebook
• Steal the exams before grades are entered

If You’re Caught
o Deny, Deny, Deny: Never admit cheating — ever! Invent a plausible story. If you stick to your story, say it enough times with enough conviction and emotion, they’ll start to doubt themselves. Once they doubt, their conscience will bother them: after all, what if they’re making a mistake when a mistake could ruin someone’s life?
o Badger: Go to their office to plead your case and don’t take no for an answer — don’t leave their office until they give in. Most people won’t call the police on you, so keep saying you’re going to leave but don’t leave. Eventually, most profs get frustrated and figure it’s not worth the effort.
o Squeaky Wheel: if you raise a big enough stink far enough up the line, they’ll cave in because it’s not worth the trouble. And if they don’t, their boss or their boss’s boss will.
o Ignorance: If possible, say you didn’t know it was wrong.
o Remorse: if the evidence is really against you, cry uncontrollably. Sob about how one small mistake will ruin your whole life and your family’s lives.
o Not on the Syllabus: argue that since it wasn’t specifically prohibited on the syllabus, it wasn’t prohibited.

If All Else Fails…

Get to be friends with the instructor. Students have even been known to sleep with the instructor, sell dope to the instructor, or even blackmail, frame, or unjustly accuse the instructor.

Disclaimer: We are not to be held responsible for any consequenses. This is just for fun and not to be tested in real life.

How to make most of the Twitter #tags

Tags on Twitter or more popularly known as hashtags or simply #tags are a way of cataloging tweets on Twitter. Just like the wild wild [www] web Twitter too is a micro www in its own where the rate of flow of information is so immense that one can easily freak out. The intelligent users created hashtags and then Twitter incorporated them in its interface making it more useful for users to find the tweets of their interest at the click of a button [or tap of a finger if you use a notebook computer  ]

Now that we have billions of tweets and millions of hashtags how do we make the most of it. [ as if it’s a matter of life and death. BTW Who cares? ]

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First things First!

What does this hashtag stand for? It can be as difficult for Twitter veterans as it is for a newbie to make out what the hashtag stands for from the tag itself. While people are still busy finding the most efficient way to do it use the following to make your way through.

Tagalus: Tagalus is a simple dictionary for hashtags. It’s very easy to find information on thousands of hashtags as defined by other users.

Twubs: Uses a wiki system to help disseminate information on a hashtag. It aggregates tweets and imports pictures to help illuminate the topics being discussed.

Hashtags.org: While not the best at helping you understand the meaning behind a tag, Hashtags.org is good at showing you its use over time and recent tweets, which oftentimes is enough to figure out the meaning behind the tag.

What the Trend?: This useful little service makes it really easy to learn about trending hashtags. When something starts trending.

Tracking the Twitter world via the hashtags.

If you are a journalist, marketing pro or just an individual and like to track the topics of your interest, you can do so via the hashtags. Monitter and Twitterfall are good choices recommended by Mashable to do so.

If you need to track a less popular Twitter hashtag, try setting up a Twilert to get a daily email of the use of a specific hashtag.

Is it really that simple to understand and use?

Yes it is unless some of the unwritten rules are followed. Twitter hashtags are just like Google’s meta keywords [ if you don’t find youself on the same page with us we recommend reading through this article.]

Use them don’t abuse them. If you make every word of your tweet a hashtag then firstly It doesn’t look neat and secondly it doesn’t make sense. It’s just like copying pasting the whole webpage in the keywords field.

Give your hashtag context. Most people won’t actually know what your hashtag means, so give a quick explanation in one of your tweets or, if you’re making a hashtag, make it very apparent what it’s talking about. Be specific and use specific tags instead of generalized words.

I guess that would be end of the gyan from us. We would like to know from you all how you have used hashtags to make the most out of your tweets. Do leave a comment.

How to increase your twitter followers

http://i.ehow.com/images/GlobalPhoto/Articles/4948307/twitter-main_Full.jpgIf you are looking for increasing your twitter followers/friends then here are some tips which if you follow, you can for sure gain good number of followers in a short span of time and build a bigger network :

  1. Register and start following the top bloggers or top twitter users who are in your business
  2. Offer breaking news within your twitter network which can be ReTweeted[RT] and can help you in becoming famous within a short span of time.
  3. Fill your profile under your settings tab and try to fit your profile under the 160 characters limit[One Line Bio]
  4. Upload unique images using TwitPic, and tweet about them, which are worth retweeting.
  5. Start Twitter contests among your blog/website readers with prizes given randomly.
  6. Advertise on TwitterCounter which is a effective way to gain followers quickly.
  7. Link to your Twitter Profile from all the available locations like your Instant Messenger Status, Email Signatures, About Page on your Blogs, digg profile page, facebook, myspace, linkedin etc
  8. Ask Questions on Twitter, which can be answered by many and in return they would even follow you for building a network with you.
  9. Post about job updates or openings at different companies and employees looking for jobs would follow you.
  10. Use Hashtags(#) for particular keywords which are sometimes searched more than the normal keywords in twitter search engine.
  11. Mr. Tweet – A personal twitter assistant. Follow that bot and the tool suggests the best people who can come under your network, and make good conversations with them, and this in-turn gets you more followers.
  12. Show off your follower count and rankings by displaying Twittercounter, Twitter Grader buttons in your blogs.
  13. Be active always. If you can’t, Tweet Later can help you schedule tweets for you when you are busy or not connected. This shows your continued presence on twitter, which followers expect from you.

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Mafia Wars Cuba items update

Jobs in Cuba have loot drops just as they do in NY. Some of these are necessary to complete jobs in upper levels and some are just added weapons or vehicles that increase character profiles. The loot drops are as follows:

El Soldado

– Intimidate the Locals – Street Gang Member
– Smuggle in Some Supplies – Garza 9
– Establish Contact with the FRG – RA-92
– Assault a Snitch’s Hideout – Mara Serpiente

El Capitan

– Transport a Shipment of US Arms – M16A1
– Meet with the FRG Leadership – Camouflage Body Armour
– Ambush a Military Patrol – Chucho FAV
– Capture an Army Outpost – RU-38
– Ransack a Local Plantation – Cane Knife
– Burn Down a Hacienda – Ocelot Armored Truck

El Jefe

– Shake Down a Hotel Owner – Montaine 300
– Help the FRG Steal a Truckload of Weapons – Para 322
– Pillage a Shipyard – Gaff Hook
– Take Over the Docks – Cigarette Boat

El Patron

– Pass on Some Intel to the FRG – ASC 45 “Conquistador”
– Sink a Competing Smugglers Ship – Mini Sub
– Assassinate an Opposing Consigliere – Aquila HV .50 Sniper Rifle
– Raid the Arms Depot – TNT
– Supply the FRG with Some Extra Muscle – Guerilla Squad
– Capture the Airport – Si-14 Cargo Plane
– Attack the Army Command Post – HU-9 Helicopter
– Storm the Presidential Palace – Armored State Car

The loot drops in Cuba become vital to game play due to the number of items needed to complete some of the jobs.

Mafia Wars Cuba is still in Beta and only being played by a portion of Mafia Wars players. Game play in Cuba is subject to change as the creators add to or modify the way it is played.


Mafia wars Items guide.

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You come from a humble Bronx family and begin your climb up through the mob’s chain of command, leaving a body behind on every step. You must train in the gym, get an education, and find a job to use as a cover for your illegal activities. Once near the top, you can try and eliminate a rival family’s don and assume control of the nation’s most powerful crime family. The choice is yours but it won’t be easy. There are many others out there just like you, a poor Italian kid from the Bronx. Do you have what it takes? Will you become the Don of the most powerful family in the mafia? Only time will tell!!

I had been shuffling through various pages of mafia wars to get to what i wanted and it was too annoying. So i decided to go for a list which is as follows.

STREET THUG 1-4
Beat Up Rival Gangster – .22 Pistol 2 ATK 0 DEF
Rob a Pimp – .9mm Semi-Automatic 3 ATK 2 DEF
Diamond Flush Collection can be looted from any job

ASSOCIATE 5-8
Collect Protection Money – Butterfly Knife 2 ATK 1 DEF
Rough Up Dealers – Brass Knuckles 2 ATK 2 DEF
Take Out a Rogue Cop – .45 Revolver 3 ATK 2 DEF
Preform a Hit – Tactical Shotgun 3 ATK 2 DEF
Heart Flush Collection can be looted from any job

SOLDIER 9-12
Clip the Irish Mob’s Local Enforcer – Lucky Shamrock Medallion 1 ATK 7 DEF
Lucky Shamrock Medallion Attack: 1 Defense: 7
Destroy Enemy Mob Hideout – C4 5 ATK 2 DEF
Kill Protected Snitch – Stab-Proof Vest 2 ATK 5 DEF
Bust Made Man Out of Prison – Automatic Rifle 4 ATK 4 DEF
Fight Haitian Gang – Semi-Automatic Shotgun 5 ATK 4 DEF
Steal a Tanker Truck – Firebomb 4 ATK 2 DEF
Sculptures, Poker Chips and Club Flush Collections can be looted from any job

ENFORCER 13-17
Smuggle Across the border – Armored Truck 4 ATK 8 DEF
Rob an Electronics Store:
Computer Set-up Attack: 0 Defense: 0
Untraceable Cell Phone Attack: 0 Defense: 0
Concealable Camera Attack: 0 Defense: 0
Cigars and Spade Flush Collections can be looted from any job

The enforcer tier also contains the billiards collection [thanks to Sage for pointing]

HITMAN 18-24
Obtain Compromising Photos – Black Mail Photos
Repel the Yakuza – Grenade Launcher 14 ATK 10 DEF
Disrupt rival smuggling ring – .50 Caliber Rifle 16 ATK 11 DEF
Invade Tong Neighborhood – Armored CAR 14 ATK 15 DEF
Sell Guns to the Russian Mob – RPG Launcher 20 ATK 12 DEF
Protect your City From Rival Family – Bodyguards 8 ATK 25 DEF
Assassinate Political Figure – Night Vision Goggles 5 ATK 16 DEF
Exterminate Rival Family – Napalm 25 ATK 9 DEF
Rings and Ties Collections can be looted from any job

CAPO 25-34
Steal an Air Freight Delivery – Prop plane 5 ATK 20 DEF
Run a Biker Gang Out of Town – Harley Davidson Motorcycle 18 ATK 6 DEF
Steal Bank Records – Illegal Transaction Records
Paintings and Cufflinks Collections can be looted from any job

CONSIGLIERE 35-59
Influence a Harbor Official – Luxury Yacht 10 ATK 20 DEF
Ransom a Businessman’s Kids – Porche 911 20 ATK 14 DEF
Fix the Big Game – Bookie’s Holdout Pistol 24 ATK 12 DEF
Great Race Horse Collection can be looted from any job

UNDERBOSS 60-99
Break Into the Armory – Humvee 26 ATK 22 DEF
Rip Off the Armenian Mob – AR-15 Assault Rifle 32 ATK 10 DEF
Take Over an Identity Theft Ring – Falsified Documents 2 ATK 30 DEF

BOSS 100+
Buy Off a Federal Agent – Federal Agent 15 ATK 25 DEF
Make a Deal with the Mexican Cartel – Private Jet 12 ATK 38 DEF
Blackmail the District Attorney – Police Cruiser 22 ATK 28 DEF
Shake Down a City Council Member – Armored Limosine 16 ATK 36 DEF


Job Mastery Rewards:

Street Thug: Pistol Bayonet: +4% damage dealt in fights.

Associate: Bugatti: -7% damage received in fights.

Soldier: Golden Skull: a 30 second reduction on your health regen timer.

Enforcer: Money Plate: a 5% discount on property purchases.

Hitman: Chainsaw Bayonet: a 30 second reduction on your stamina regen timer.

Capo: State Senator: a 5% discount on property repairs.

Consigliere: Helicopter: a 30 second reduction on your energy regen timer.

Underboss: Private Island: a 5% bonus on job experience.

Boss: Golden Throne: 2x the energy regenerated per regen period.