Loved the YouTube video so much that I actually went and ordered a Yamaha DBR10 Powered Speaker for myself. I consider it an early Christmas present to myself. Let’s face it, once a guy reaches a certain age, most of the gifts that we receive are not all that “wonderful” a guy only needs a certain amount of slippers, ties and cologne. I really like that gift cards are becoming a more popular way to go for gift giving opportunities. A gift certificate would be great from musician friend. I seem to spend a good amount of time and money on musical products.
It seems every time it rains my windshield wipers quit working, then amazingly they will start by them selves and then stop again. Get in the truck with no rain in sight and they work fine. I think my truck is haunted. It has some other nasty habits but the windshield wipers are the most annoying one for sure.
I love my truck but if I can not get the windshield wipers fixed I may have to get rid of her can not be going on a road trip and have the wipers not work.
It is just a requirement at this point in time that you will provide some form of internet access for participants at trade shows and other large, corporate events. In fact, most venues now have network solutions wired into their facilities. Unfortunately, these networks may not only be difficult to upgrade, they are also often the default solution for many event participants, and so they can be easily overwhelmed trying to handle more traffic than they were designed for. That is why Trade Show Internet provides internet and bandwidth solutions for large events. For more information about their services, go to http://tradeshowinternet.com/.
They provide a wide variety of internet solutions from the small and easy to use 4G kit for a couple of users to browse and access email, to the full-scale WiFi system and networking solutions offered through their CONNECT service.
They have services throughout the US, including everywhere from Washington DC (http://tradeshowinternet.com/eventorganizers/washingtondc) to Nashville (http://tradeshowInternet.com/eventorganizers/Nashville).
There certainly must be a lot of people who already know about the website called Post Secrets. This website has a new list every week of numerous secrets sent in by their readers on post cards. The post cards are usually hand made odd pictures or collages, and the secrets are for the most part unexpressed feelings of inadequacies or betrayal. Some are a bit darker, hinting at molestation, suicidal and/or violent thoughts and other serious issues, pretty creepy things being said on here folks.
I do find it interesting to read the various postcards and give those submissions some thought. You have to wonder why that person decided to share that secret at this point in their life. And I really would like to know if I might know any of those people from somewhere in my lifetime.
It is a good thing that we have a good friend of the family that deals with all of today’s corporate law. Not every lawyer knows all the in’s and out’s of all that goes along with this fast growing and ever changing field. So far I don’t think any of us has really asked for any free advise or services, so it was just a matter of time before someone would need to.
This is a tough time for anyone to try and open up a small business. And with the economy still in such a fragile state and so much turbulence going on all over the world that effects us over here in the good old United States of America. So anyone who chooses to give it a try needs all the help that they can get. For free or at a discounted rate is all the better.