A wider view: presentation displays

If you’re looking for a high-quality, large-format display to present PC data more effectively in a boardroom or training room, then have a look at these latest presentation displays from major player in the market – http://www.customtradeshows.com.

When you are working the floor of a busy trade show, you’ve got about three seconds to catch the eye of a passer-by. That’s three seconds to pull someone into your booth to hear your pitch, and justify your perhaps-considerable expense to attend the show.

Through the use of innovative designs and razor-sharp graphics, North Sculpture tries to make its customers stand out on the cluttered floor of a trade show.

North Sculpture employs a team of talented graphic artists to take a company’s photos and logos and turn them into colorful, eye-catching images. They’ve been very successful in creating and expanding on a niche in the market.

Team building is like going on a diet. There has to be a system of follow-up. If you eat well at a fat farm for a few days, you can’t go back to your normal eating habits when you get back home. You have to eat a little differently every day. The techniques are particularly helpful if employees view their co-workers as strangers. Team building can break down barriers. It can be humbling for some and it can give lower-level employees direct access to the higher-ups. But any experience that turns a faceless group into a gathering of familiar faces is a positive one.

Waterman pens

With more than 100 years of history, waterman pens are renowned for their exquisite design and technical excellence. Louis Edson Waterman was an insurance broker whose fountain pen leaked when he was about to sign an important contract. Embarrassed, he was determined to design a reliable writing instrument that would insure that type of thing would rarely occur.

In 1883, Waterman presented “The Regular,” the first fountain pen with an advanced capillary ink-flow mechanism that provided even and steady ink-flow for smooth writing. Since then, “The Regular” has become the basic design of fountain pens around the world.

Waterman pens, handcrafted by skilled artisans, are still made at the factory in Nantes, France.

Three most valuable sets were produced before the turn of the 20th century and right up through the 1900s. One was produced in 1898 and is named the Hexagon Holder. The second was manufactured in 1900 after 15 years of research. The third, the Portsmouth, was produced in 1904, and was used by the Tsar’s representative, Count Witte, to sign the Treaty of Portsmouth ending the Russo-Japanese War.

British Prime Minister Lloyd George also used a Waterman pen to sign the Treaty of Versailles in 1919 after World War One.

Green makeover for my home office

Even though I have a regular job in an office, I take home a lot of work so it’s important that I have a really good home office space. I have the perfect little nook in my home for that. But there are some ways that I could improve it. I’m giving it a little makeover because it looks a little outdated and I thought that it also wouldn’t hurt to try and make a lot of it more green.

I went online to figure out what I could do without just buying everything completely new. While I was online searching for that, I came across some info about ELECTRICITY COMPANIES and after I looked through it a little bit, I decided to change over our home energy provider. That was one way to be a little more green that I hadn’t thought about before.

But I have some other ideas for my green home office, including switching out the lights to more energy efficient ones. I’m also going to make more of an effort to store my documents electronically instead of on paper.