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What do you need to know about 3D printers?

By Editor, published on Sep 7, 2017

Science Fiction becomes science fact

The world is changing faster then we ever thought possible and when we look at all the fancy new gadgets available out there in the world, it's hard to imagine what life was like twenty or thirty years ago because so much has changed. One of the biggest changes in recent years has been the development of 3D printers and the technology to put in a program and have your printer make an exact model of the design you entered into the computer. While these printers are just getting started with the methodology, it is still incredible to see what one of... (more)


The Best Cars to Use on UK Roads

By Editor, published on Sep 7, 2017

When buying a new car, many motorists will only think about how stylish it looks from the outside or what state-of-the-art technology it has inside. One of the most overlooked aspects when it comes to buying a new car is how it will cope with the road.

UK Roads

You must always consider the type of terrain that you will be covering most often - in the UK we have many different types of roads and the unpredictable weather to consider. Additionally, many roads are poorly maintained and contain potholes. Therefore, you should look for sturdy automobiles that won’t let you down in... (more)


Smart buys and investments to make in your 50s

By Editor, published on Sep 7, 2017

For most of us, our earning potential peaks in our 40s but the decade from 50 – 60 is still a great opportunity to finalise provision for retirement and make last minute adjustments. When it comes to smart buys and investments there are some great options at this stage.

Smart buys

A laptop. It might be at this stage in life that you realise you don’t want to retire at 65. If that’s the case then look at ways you can leverage skills, experience and profile that you’ve already generated to create a job – and an income – for retirement. That could be moving into part time consultancy,... (more)


Keep Your Hands Clean so Your Past Doesn’t Come Back to Bite

By Editor, published on Aug 31, 2017

In 2007, a young volleyball coach was accused of Voyeurism inside of a tanning salon. When confronted, he gave excuses that ultimately lead to a sex offender assessment. Fast forward to the current year and it was recently revealed that said volleyball coach was forced to resign due to hiding his past. Now, while this might seem like an uncommon case, you’ll be surprised at how many people have tried to hide their past in order to live a new life or achieve something more in life.

Source: Pexels

People will forgive, assuming you let them

Not everyone can accept... (more)


How is GST a Game Changer?

By Editor, published on Aug 30, 2017

The Rajya Sabha passed the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill on 3rd August 2016. This paved the way for the implementation of the largest tax reform since India’s independence. GST is expected to reduce procedural hurdles, decrease tax avoidance, bring down costs, simplify the tax structure, and increase the tax base.

GST implementation will impact every sector of the Indian economy. The new tax will eliminate multiple indirect taxes, such as customs duty, value added tax (VAT), luxury tax, service tax, central sales tax (CST), and others. Based on the nature of goods and services,... (more)


Scientists Are Turning To Technology To Control Foodborne Ilnesses

By Editor, published on Aug 28, 2017

Every year, thousands of people get sick and die thanks to food poisoning. According to data from the Independent newspaper in London, more than 420,000 die every year, just because of contaminants in food. That’s more than half the number killed on the roads.

With lawsuits for food poisoning on the rise, scientists are looking for ways to reduce the risk posed by the current food production system. Rather than going down the usual public health route, they’ve chosen to try out a new line of attack - using whole genome sequencing technology to trace outbreaks to their source.

One... (more)


Top 7 Best Bootstrap Themes for Developers

By Editor, published on Aug 28, 2017

Best Bootstrap themes free responsive front-end framework that comes with tons of tools to create responsive websites and web applications.

Bootstrap has in-built HTML5, CSS and JavaScript based UI elements, components and extensions can be used for any project without spending time to create them from scratch. Such as – Grid system, tables, forms, typography, buttons, navbar, image management tools, responsive utilities and other UI components. And JavaScript based extensions such as – navigation system, slider, transitions, scroll spy, tabs, alerts etc.

Bootstrap is compatible... (more)


Striking Fear into the Hearts of Peace Loving People: A Lesson in Economics

By Editor, published on Aug 26, 2017

Civil disobedience, unrest and nonviolent protest – as was the case with the civil rights movement and Dr. Martin Luther King – is far more effective at gaining the respect and support of the masses than bombings, wanton violence, and mayhem.

We have seen a resurgence of global terrorism in recent years. London, Paris, Boston, and scores of cities around the world have been subject to the merciless advances of depraved individuals with a poisoned ideology intent to spill the blood of innocents. The free world balks at these incidents, and financial markets recoil in horror as investors... (more)


5 Ways You Can Use Leftover Address Labels in the Workplace

By Editor, published on Aug 25, 2017

There’s all sorts of ways you can use the address labels you have left over after a mailing campaign in the office to make things more organized. Given the fact that you’ll likely only have an odd number of address labels left over, it’s best to find an immediate use for them. Make sure you use only high-quality mailing supplies such as the address label range that Dymo manufacture so that your customers come to expect consistency in every package they receive.

Here are five practical ways to make use of your leftover address labels so that your workspace is always in order.

1. Labelling... (more)



By Editor, published on Aug 25, 2017

With a dream of being a part ofthe future academia, PhD candidates voluntarily join the league of researchers with a vague idea of the uphill battle ahead.However, this fervor doesn’t last for long as soon they feel demotivated to move ahead and instead choose an easier option.According to a recent study, it has come to notice that more than 35% of PhD candidates quit their PhDs in between.

Themajor discouraging element during their PhD journey remains inadequate support system. Advisor - Advisee relationship is an obligatory quandary which each candidate has to experience. Candidates... (more)


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