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Total Environment - for Homes That Reflect our Philosophy

Posted on July 9th, 2014
The youth of India today is scaling new heights, aspiring higher, and demanding more. It is a country that wakes up every morning a little younger and infinitely more ambitious in spirit, hustling its way to growth. The one sector that personifies the changing aspirations and growing needs of this new India is the residential sector. What was unthinkable of, a couple of decades ago has changed drastically. Owning homes that reflect our philosophy and tradition meant an investment of ...
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Using Tarps to Benefit the Environment

Posted on July 8th, 2014
You may not think that a plastic tarpaulin can help you with green living. However, these versatile items are excellent for a large number of environmentally sound uses. Recycling gets a lot of attention as a way to save the Earth, but people frequently forget that reducing our use of resources in the first place is a better method. By using tarps to protect your building, landscaping, and other materials from damage and degradation, you can assure yourself that you'll use the minimum ...
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How to Choose the Best Gas Detector for Environmental Safety

Posted on July 7th, 2014
Everyone wants to feel safe in their home or office and in order to do so gas detectors are really important. The way to choose what gas detector to buy is to evaluate what kind of gases can be detected by the gas detector. Make sure you know what kind of gases you want to be able to detect or if you want to be able to detect a variety of them. Most of the gas detectors are programmed for combustibles, carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, oxygen and more. A RAE systems gas detector will detect ...
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XBRL - A Small Cap Advantage

Posted on July 6th, 2014
INTRODUCTION Recent revelations of shady accounting practices have fueled investor demand for more transparency in corporate reporting. New regulatory rules such as Sarbanes-Oxley are also driving the need for faster and more accurate reporting of financial results to investors and other stakeholders. Unfortunately, preparation and distribution of financial information to multiple audiences can be time consuming for reporting companies since different stakeholders require different levels of ...
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Ten Quick Tips to Save the Planet and Your Health

Posted on July 5th, 2014
You have permission to publish this article electronically free of charge, providing the entire byline at the end of the article is included and the content is left unchanged. If you use it, please notify me with a copy of your publication or a url to where it can be found. For print publications, please contact me to discuss and to obtain US mailing address to send a courtesy copy. cynthiap@frognet.net Ten Quick Tips to Save the Planet and Your Health By Cynthia Perkins, M.Ed. Many of the ...
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Since Katrina, the Environment Is Front-Page News

Posted on July 4th, 2014
Ever since the end of August, when Hurricane Katrina devastated the major American city of New Orleans and the coastlines of Louisiana, Mississippi, and parts of Alabama, the consequences of environmental degradation have been front-page news. Politicians and ordinary citizens are openly discussing what scientists have believed for years: that the widespread destruction of wetlands along the Gulf coast eliminated a natural buffer zone which in the past had served to slow down powerful ...
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Why Your Business Needs a Desktop Support Professional...

Posted on July 3rd, 2014
I am constantly amazed at the state of computer systems found in most small businesses networks. Spyware, adware, malware, poor security, you name it! Why is this so? Small business owners often find themselves in a situation where they need to do everything. They are their own IT person, writer or even delivery person. Sometimes they have had their next-door neighbor setup up their peer-to-peer network. Maybe they had a computer person set things up then tried to maintain the network on their ...
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Exhaust Systems For The Hobbyist

Posted on July 2nd, 2014
There are exhaust systems and then there are exhaust systems. Your vehicle's exhaust system does everything that it needs to do to keep your car performing properly as well as to protect the environment safe from harmful pollutants. When it is working properly, that is. Not every owner is satisfied with stock exhaust systems, particularly the hobbyist or recreationalist who uses his or her vehicle for leisurely pursuits. If you are a hobbyist and you want a system that performs well beyond what ...
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Things do not change. We do.

Posted on July 1st, 2014
We live in a world of constant change, and even though the vast majority of these changes are for the better, change is still something that many people - and therefore many organisations - can find extremely difficult to deal with. Why is this, and what can be done to help people embrace change rather than fearing it? The nature of change Change is all around us. Changes can be small or large, but the overall impression they create is of a world that is in a constant state of flux. Change may ...
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Meta data can harm your business

Posted on June 30th, 2014
When a customer emails you to ask a question, what's your first instinct? Probably not to pick up the phone, but rather to hit "reply." Shooting a quick email off with a pricing quote or sending an answer to a question is now the mainstream. Email has evolved into a the standard mass communications tool, a decade ago, just 15% of adults in the US went online, today, 63% of the population logs on to do a myriad of tasks from email to IM'ing, to booking trip reservations (1) Documents aren't ...
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