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Technology helps us in our everyday lives. It has become an incredible convenience that most would struggle to cope without. We have technology that helps us do research quicker, helps us get organized and help us communicate. The uses of technology are never-ending. We use it all day to work and focus, so why shouldn’t we use it to relax at the end of the day? There is a lot of technology that can be used to help us relax and give ourselves a little spa day at home. Here is a list of the top technologies that can be used to help you relax. Continue reading “Technology that Helps You Relax” »

green-technology-2Going green is a common topic now-a-days. More and more, people are looking for ways to “go green” and save money by doing so. There are all sorts of technologies out there that help people become more eco-friendly. One thing that is on most everyone’s mind around this time of year is how to save money and energy on heating. Heating your home can be very costly, both financially and environmentally. So how can you help lessen the burden? A new technology that has become increasingly more common in recent years can help with that; the programmable thermostat. Continue reading “Green Technology: Programmable Thermostats” »

laser-cutter-cutting-metalLaser cutting is the process of using a laser machine, programmed to cut into materials. This process is usually used for industrial manufacturing applications, but has recently become more popular in schools and even with hobbyists. The laser cutting can be used to cut patterns into thinner sheets of metal or to cut structural designs into industrial and piping materials.

Continue reading “What are the Main Types of Lasers used in Laser Cutting?” »

Today, it is common for people to search online for real estate listings. We all know that everything looks different in front of a camera lens, but the pictures of a house for sale on an online listing can make or break someone’s interest in a home. It is important to get the best shots possible of the entire property to show the home at its full potential. If you are new to taking your own pictures as a real estate agent, or are even looking to improve your skills, then read through these tips!

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ASVAB TestHow in the hell did I fail the ASVAB Mechanical Test? It’s freaking ridiculous! I studied my ass off for that thing! Not only could I answer every question forward and backward, I probably could have written half of the damn thing in my sleep! Continue reading “I Failed the ASVAB Mechanical Test” »

download19Whether you have a private pool or a pool open to the public, you might considering having adaptive equipment available for swimmers. If you happen to own a public pool or spa, it is required by the Americans with Disabilities Act to meet certain regulations regarding handicap accessbility to ensure that all are included and allowed to access the pool. You can read the ADA public pool requirements here. While private pools and spas are not required to meet these regulations, some homeowners or private owners might consider having accessible means of entry and exit and other aquatic adaptive equipment for swimmers. These types of equipment can be beneficial to users who might be in wheelchairs or have a disability. There are also many supplies to consider that are great for people who might be doing aquatic exercise and aquatic therapy. Here is some great adaptive equipment and supplies worth considering for your pool or spa: Continue reading “Aquatic Adaptive Equipment for Pools and Spas” »

CTA_BuildARobotThere’s a kid inside all of us, and its hard to not to get a bit excited again when we see the newest tech toys roll out ever year. Here are a few of the top tech toys we’ll be seeing towards the end of 2013.

LEGO Mindstorms EV3

LEGO grew up with the 21st century, and their building sets seem to as well. The new Mindstorms EV3 are robot building kits that can be remote controlled. These awesome build it yourself robots won’t be available till the later half of 2016, but lookout for them on the shelves of all toy stores for the upcoming holiday season. Continue reading “Top Tech Toys for the New Year” »

Technology-at-your-Wedding-Bridal-Musings-Wedding-Blog-Every bride and groom wants to impress their guests with an amazing wedding ceremony and reception. In today’s age, with technology advancing every second, a wedding couple can wow their guests with some tech savvy ideas that are straight from the future. Your wedding guests will be impressed with a tech savvy wedding. Here are some of the latest trends you can include on your big day: Continue reading “Tech Savvy Things to Try at Your Wedding” »

chuyen-gia-my-tron-mat-khi-nguoi-tq-chuong-phim-tro-nang-tren-iphone-thay-vi-nut-homeThe Apple Operating System has become a huge part of everyone’s everyday lives. We have iPhones, iPads, and MacBooks. Becuase of these widely-used devices, accessibility is also included in the systems. Apple has always been good at improving technology and providing the ulimate experience on its user interface, and they never fail to deliver. Here are some iOS accessibility features you may not know about: Continue reading “iOS Accessibility Features You May Not Know” »

121205_googleplus_005We’ve all been there. Messy desk. Long list of to-dos. Too many phone calls about the same thing. Some days in the office can be a bit hectic, but there are certainly some ways to stay organized with all the tasks at hand throughout the day, and not everyone can afford a real-life personal assistant reminding them of all the events and plans they have in their calender.

That’s why we have cell phones, computers and tablets. Here the 5 best personal assistant apps to keep you organized: Continue reading “3 Personal Assistant Apps that Will Keep You Organized at Work” »