How about having a fridge that informs you when you need to visit the grocery shop? Or having a bed that controls your snoring habit and keeps you warm at night? Yes, these are the smart gadgets that can make your life easy and you can invest your time into something creative. There are certain common gadgets like a smartphone, smart TV, etc. in your regular life. But, today time has changed and new gadgets are coming into the scene to make your life even smoother. Today, we are going to talk about 5 gadgets which can make your life easy. Read on to know more-
Light up Charging Cables
While talking about advanced gadgets, the first thing you can think about the light-up charging cables. When you charge your phone, it feels really irritating to check it repeatedly to know whether your phone has been charged. If you buy light up charging cables, you don’t need to check it repeatedly. The light dims when your phone is charging and it goes off when the charge is done.
How about having an umbrella that tells you about the weather so that you can decide what to wear …
Abortion was a hot issue in the recent Presidential election. But it was not the only issue. My wife recently filled out a form sent to her from the organization “Priests for Life.” The form contained two questions that caught my attention. The first question was if she believed in abortion. That was an easy question to answer because both my wife and I are pro-life. The second question concerned who we voted for the the Presidential election.
I heard that many religious organizations including the Catholic church were encouraging people to vote for the Republican candidate because he was pro-life. First, I don’t think John McCain is truly pro-life. His votes against federal funding to help troubled young pregnant woman certainly don’t reflect a pro-life stance. Also, for years our Congress was controlled by Republicans and Roe vs Wade was not challenged.
Second pro-life should not only include unborn babies. We can’t kill them before they are born, but we can sentence them to a life of war against terrorism after they become 18 and join the Military Reserves? We allow them to serve repeatedly (sometimes resulting in health problems) because we don’t want conscription? And we …
For some people, the
ideas come from organic beer. The outbreak of green advertisement purports on
something had been paid attention from electronics to alcohol in recent years.
So as vice president of the consulting firm Terra Choice Environ
mental Marketing, Scot Case dispatched researchers to investigate whether
company claims were verifiable. The result: Only one of roughly 1,000 products
examined in 2017 passed muster. How am I, as a consumer, to know what’s
We wondered the same
thing. Like many industries, consumer-electronics companies have been hit hard
by the retail recession. But Americans, always eager to cut utility- bills, say
they’re still willing to spend on green. A recent survey by the Consumer
Electronics Association found that 33 percent of consumers expect to buy some
kind of energy-saving device by the end of next year. And tech companies aren’t
sitting idle. New computers from Apple and Asus have been specially designed to
be more recyclable, and Philips, which makes electronics including mp3 players
and flat-screen TVs, aims to have at least 30 percent of its sales coming from
“green products” within the next four years. But with eco-friendly
claims tough to verify, we put some of the most heavily hyped green …
Texas Governor Rick
Perry (after 14 years on the job) announced that he will not seek reelection in
2014. But, in typical Perry form, whether he plans to ride off into the sunset
or run for President again was left unanswered.
Perry’s last presidential campaign was a comedic fiasco after his infamous “oops” debate when he couldn’t recall the three government agencies he intended to abolish. Perry then became a presidential punch line for late-night TV – withdrawing from the campaign soon after.
If Perry does run for
president again, he has little to lose. His last stab at the White House was
such a catastrophe that he could easily fulfill the extremely low voter
expectations – especially if he manages to remember three things at once.
Of course, Perry
still maintains hefty ambitions and has many fans on the conservative GOP base.
But first, he’ll need to overcome the reality of being the sixth choice
for GOP presidential candidate in a recent Texas poll.
He’ll also need to do
major damage control with women voters on the battle over abortion, including
his criticism of Texas Senator Wendy Davis for her successful
Wondering how to sanitize a few of your most-used gadgets? Before you take them to a specialist who’ll charge you and arm and leg, try cleaning them yourself. You can make your gadgets sparkle again with minimum elbow grease with the right products.
iPad’s If you got the new iPad, you probably know by now this device can collect dust and other debris. Keep the screen and casing clean by using a micro fiber cloth like the ones used on eyeglasses. For spots and sticky stuff, dampen one end of this product in water and go over the area. Avoid using fancy sprays with chemicals because they can leave permanent marks on your iPad.
DVD’s DVD skipping? Sanitize your gadget by with a micro fiber cloth and rubbing alcohol. With this duo, you can rub without damaging the back of the DVD. For stubborn fingerprints, apply alcohol. On visible scratches, dab toothpaste and rub gently from the center to the edge to remove.
MP3’s If you walk around with a MP3 in your hand, you might look young and cool – unless it’s dirty. Bust through the filth covering your MP3 with rubbing alcohol. Just apply this product with …
With all the talk of
politics these days I think it is only fair to include a perspective from the
20-30 year olds in America. Those of us who think we do not have a voice, are
not informed or educated enough to participate in politics, and those of us who
quite frankly are confused by the media and their opinions. (Because we all
know very well that true journalism – reporting the news – is all but dead. We
now see editorializing becoming the prevalent form of “journalism”.)
In order to make any real changes, and to silence the corruption, we need to
educate younger generations and make them feel welcomed into the world of
government. It doesn’t have to be so confusing when really what it all comes
down to is this: who we elect into office, and for HOW LONG.
I have never been involved in politics, will never claim myself to be a source of information for government affairs and absolutely have never thought about joining a political movement. Even though I grew up in Houston Texas ‘” the 4th largest city in the country – surrounded by educated and knowledgeable citizens, government and economics just …
With the inauguration of a Democratic
president and such huge wins for Democrats in the last election, it would seem
that there should be an over-abundance of jobs for Democrats. However, that is
not necessarily the case. For both Democrats coming off the campaign trail and
newbies looking to break into Democratic politics, it can be a tough job
It is important to
understand which job searcher category you fall into and to design a resume
fitting of that category. There
are, primarily, three types of Democratic politics job searchers right now:
Seasoned Democratic Campaign Veterans, Entry-Level Democratic Campaign
Staffers, and Democratic Politics Newbies.
Democratic Campaign Veteran is the job-seeker most familiar with
dealing with the pitfalls of odd years – a.k.a. the years with few campaigns.
This job-seeker has two or more election cycles under their belt and has just
finished working in a senior staff role on one of the many 2008 or later
For this job-seeker,
the trick is to reformat that campaign resume and make it more friendly for
legislative, advocacy, and nonprofit employers. The skills are similar, …
This past Friday the Texas Board of Education voted in favor of altering state history books with the goal of incorporating more conservative ideals. To be fair, not all of the changes are overly controversial, but many are decidedly biased.
For instance, the
board elected to add more information about Judeo-Christian influences of the
Founding Fathers, but to remove all references to the Constitution’s statement
that “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of
religion”. Along those same lines, Thomas Jefferson will be removed from
the textbooks, including his assertions regarding what he termed the
“separation of church and state”. Instead, mentions of Jefferson have
been replaced with John Calvin, a religious icon.
I don’t care who you
are. It shouldn’t matter if you are conservative or liberal, Christian or
atheist. History is just that – history. And changing how it’s recorded is just
plain wrong. Altering how we teach future generations based on a bias or agenda
of any kind is doing a great disservice to our children and our country.
A great man once
said, “History, by appraising…[the students] of the past, will enable
them to judge of the future”. But wait – that great man was …
My definition of politics encompasses the following: activities aimed at influencing the opinions and behaviors of individuals, groups, and organizations that have the power to make decisions that impact the allocation of resources. This reality extends throughout the private and public sectors, with stakeholders being interconnected and interdependent on one another for mutual gains and losses. Since all resources are inherently limited, then the ends to which they are distributed is of great importance to managers who work within organizations and vie for capital in order to initiate and fund projects. Three points of continuous contention and jockeying among various interests are money, information, votes and/or authority. Politics is a reality of day-to-day life that extends beyond the workplace and into family and civic life as well.
Decisions made by top
management regarding human, financial, intellectual, and material assets are
not always necessarily rational by the numbers calculations aimed at maximizing
the bottom line through sophisticated mathematical projections. Societal
values, cultural context, competitive forces, and macro economic trends can
impact decision makers and strategic directions of firms. These factors weigh
heavily on decisions regarding choosing between potential activities pursued
and those that are put on hold or discarded. It may …