Being a photographer I am faced with the problem of the best way to power my equipment. In this blog post I am going to talk about the various battery types.
Alkaline are pretty much your run of the mill batteries. Once they are depleted you dispose of them. When used in high-drain type devices, such as digital cameras and flashes the…Read More
The Article that Changed Everything ….
It was about a year ago ….. Sitting on my computer, looking out to the streets covered in snow -a spontaneous thought suddenly appeared, followed by a sudden download of what would become an…Read More
You’ll never know if your web optimization efforts are working unless you monitor your search standings. One recommendation is that you track your site’s page rank with tools like Alexa and the Google toolbar.
It’s also very important to check your referrer source log regularly to track where your visitors are coming from and the search terms they’re using to find your site, according to PC World. One free tool available is Google…Read More
The Greatest Snow on Earth!
In the state of Utah, the license plates say "The Greatest Snow on Earth" rather than "First in Flight". There is some debate about which state was really the first to introduce flight (Ohio says they did). But there is no doubt which state has the best snow for snow skiing! Believe me, it's Utah!
Take a look at this video!
Some of you may know, I love snow skiing. Having lived in the Intermountain West (the…Read More
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Just wanted to take a minute and thank the Inside919 community for a fantastic 2010.
As I get ready to go downstairs to watch some Christmas movies with my Colorado family, I wanted to share with you how grateful I am that you're inside and that you're part of something kinda cool for small businesses in the 919.
I wish you and yours all the very best as we close out 2010 and even more in 2011.
This is too good and too simplistic not to pass on.
Suppose that every day, ten men go out for beer and the bill for all ten comes to $100...
If they paid their bill the way we pay our taxes, it would go something like…
It might be a huge mistake to not see the housing forest for the trees
As some recent blogs have pointed out, selling your house in today’s market can be extremely difficult. It is for that reason that every serious seller should take advantage of each and every chance that appears. There is strong evidence that if you really want or need to sell, you should consider doing it in the first 90 days of 2011. Let me explain why.
1. Interest…Read More
Added by Ken Smith, Goldens Realty on December 21, 2010 at 6:30pm — No Comments
Have you watched Primetime: What Would You Do? It’s a show where actors act out certain unethical situations and hidden cameras capture unsuspecting people to see what they would do.
The most recent episode (at minute 38) shows three teenage girls verbally bullying another girl in a park. Most people took notice of the situation and kept…Read More
I hope the title question captured your attention! It sounds a bit like an oxymoron at first reading. But think about it though. A funeral is how we say goodbye to friends and family and begin the transition to living without them. As a funeral director I've witnessed hundreds of funerals and some have been much better than others. The best ones include all of the following elements. They are unique, personalized, and meaningful. They incorporate fond memories and shared stories. There is…Read More
I know some people that consider work nothing more than a tool that enables them to get all of the things they need/want out of life. Then I also know some where their work is their life's passion and don't consider it work at all and would continue to do it even if it provided no monetary income.
Who do you think is right?
I have read a number of blogs and articles that state that one must love their work in order to be good at it and become the best. While I do believe that…Read More
Last year was difficult. My business thrives on serving other new businesses and there weren't that many new businesses opening last year.
2011 could be different? The pessimst in me wants to dwell on national debt, while the optimist side of me sees historic trends that include both valleys and peaks.
Added by Gary Storm on December 20, 2010 at 7:41pm — No Comments
The internet is a great and inexpensive way to get exposure especially for startup businesses. Create a great looking website, add a few Istock Photos, an RSS feed for their blog and BAM they look as though they have been around for 20 years. However; I think people need to beware. Just because someone labels themselves an expert and has a great looking website it doesn't mean they are one.
I have seen where people call themselves a business coach even though they have never even ran…Read More
QuantumEbooks has two projects to finish, then will be closing up shop. Book design work will continue on one more project. Circumstances outside of business are draining resources and time from business development and the issues must be addressed. Thank you for your support this year.
I wrote "The Path" at the request of seminar participants. It's a short but powerful book that is designed to change an employees way of thinking and hopefully stimulate them to become the very best they can be. This book describes ten differences between the average employee and the superstars.
Make it…Read More
Anyone interested in Darts? Mountain biking?
We are going to start a Sunday ride in Umstead State park on January 2nd and ride every Sunday!
You can follow us on FaceBook - http://www.facebook.com/pages/Rally-Mountain-Bike-Club/138275429559462
And if you are interested in joining a dart team or playing in weekly tournaments contact me. Also follow us at;…Read More
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