Starting a blog is easy with the right information you can blog about anything that you want. So long as it makes you happy. I am about to show you how you can start a blog that would take you places on the internet. But first, there are some key questions you need to ask yourself. They include:
- Do you have something to share to the rest of the world?
- Are you able to convince and capture the attention of those who read your blog?
- Are you able to blog consistently for six months in your blog topic?
- Which platform to blog on?
- Which blog theme/ template to use?
- Which Domain to choose for your blog?
- Do you have $10.00 for domain purchase and registration?
- Do you enjoy leaving comments on other blogs?
- Are you active in online forums especially in the ones that are related to your blog topic?
- Are you ready to monetize your blog no matter how?
- Are you willing to pay someone to blog for you while you keep the profits?
The eight questions above determine the success of every blogger. If answered correctly a blogger can earn upto seven figures on the internet. Let no one lie to you with the ‘ get rich scams’. The questions above should be the basis of your blog.
How do you ensure that you answer the questions correctly?
Let’s start with the first Question; what we blog about is not specific. It is determined by various factors around us. They could be factors or events that positively or negatively impact our lives.
Blogging has a tool empowers individuals with a tool that generates income and provides an outlet to communicate with the rest of the world. For many people, starting a blog has completely changed how they live their lives and for the better. By Yaro Starak Continue reading ‘How to start a blog’
Li-ion battery swelling
When dealing with cheap chinese electronics like mp3 players, solar chargers, android tablets, etc. be aware of bulging li-ion batteries. I buy in bulk for reselling and sometimes you whole batch of defected stuff with swelling li-ion batteries. I wonder how they clear throught the airports check. If one of the batteries catch fire when on the air, it could be catastrophic.
When charging this li-ion battery pressure builds up inside and start to push the screen or plastic case off. I had even 1 accident when solar charger swelled so badly, the pressure cut the bolts through plastic casing.
The quality of chinese products is still very poor. Guess if you have serious accident will they be responsible for that? Good look even finding them to present with your trouble. They only fast to take money, but doesn’t want to be responsible for nothing.
Arduino is becoming the most popular electronics prototyping platform because it is very flexible and easy to use. Beginners can start using Arduino UNO boards for simple LED light circuit. Once you learn how to control LEDs with Arduino you start to think of more difficult projects like home automation system, robotics, etc. Possibilities are almost endless and limited to your imagination.
The most expensive part is Arduino itself, programming and auxiliary components are free to choose and experiment.
Very good read found on how to make cheap night vision camera. Basically you can have convenient light sources like incandescent bulbs or dark light lamps and use IR filters to filter out visible light from the source. Camera picks up only IR light and to the human eye dark area is lit up.
As a filter you can use developed photo films, floppy discs or special filters and illuminate the area with infrared light. This way you can cheaply make load of IR light without buying IR leds.
Further read about making cheap night vision solutions read this site.
Like every self-respecting DIY’er, doing most of the housework yourself sometimes requires voltage converter. Simple device that you hook up to a car battery can provide desired voltage suitable to operate most power tools. What if you need to work outside the home, where you can not connect the tool to the mains 220 or 110 volts? For example, there was a need for me to install fences in the village cemetery. In this case voltage converter or inverter came to the rescue and I could operate all my tools just like at home. Voltage converters turn low voltage 12 volt battery into high voltage of 220 volts, in many ways similar to household mains power socket.
For my need I purchased two converters:
- Low power 75 watts
- More powerful 600 Watts
Below is my testing result using those 2 voltage converters from the perspective of the consumer. I will not deal with the measurement of voltage and other parameters of the converter. I do not have an oscilloscope, and a simple home tester does not show the correct values. But still, comparing the operation of the unit from the power supply 220 (native strain), and from the inverter, I visually demonstrate the efficiency of the instrument and the inverter.
Firstly I will test inverter with power of 75 watts
The manufacturer declares a maximum load of 150 watts, that is, 2-fold greater than the nominal. I bought it to power a laptop, cell phone, camera and other small household appliances, which I often use. It has an output of 220 volts and 5 volts USB connector. For those countries which use 110V there is also suitable inverters. Five volt USB plug works fine: charges mobile phone and feeds a table lamp with a corresponding connector. Continue reading ‘Voltage Converter Review’
Follow our basic diving tips and, with a bit of practise, you’ll soon be creating a splash at the pool.
Perfecting a dive is easy and fun -just follow these simple steps. Of course, safety comes first, so make sure you’re not alone. Whether if s a lifeguard, friend or family member, you should always have someone watching in case you need assistance.
- Check the depth of the swimming pool before you dive in – you should never dive into the shallow end. Hitting the pool floor can seriously injure you. Anywhere less than 1.5m deep is too shallow – ideally, the water should be at least 3m deep. And be sure to avoid parts of the pool where there are other swimmers.
- After you’ve found the best place to dive, stand on the side of the pool with your toes right up to the edge.
- Raise your arms above your head, your upper arms tight against your ears, and tuck your chin into your chest. This will stop you belly-flopping.
- Your hands should be clasped together with your palms facing the water and your dominant hand at the bottom. This position will help you steer during the dive. It will also protect your head if you hit the bottom of the pool.
- Aim to enter the water at least 2m from the edge of the pool. This way you won’t dive straight down. Bend your knees, then push down and forward as you start the dive. Try to keep your arms and legs in a straight line with your toes pointed, entering the pool at an angle of 45 degrees to the surface.
- Keep your hands clasped together, your arms outstretched and your body straight as you enter the water. Breathe out through your nose to avoid inhaling water. Your natural reaction will be to close your eyes and mouth as you hit the surface.
- Once you are fully submerged, steer upwards with your hands to bring your body back towards the surface.
Checklist of eight simple and quick tips,
1st Take the time to write a good CV and a covering letter explaining why you are perfect for the job.
2nd Do not wait for summer job advertised – look it up yourself!Contact the job you want summer to work on.
3rd All must know that you are looking for summer jobs. Many jobs are filled through tips and recommendations.
Fourth read job ads.
5th Think about what companies get extra busy in the summer, and contact them.
6th Visit the Public Employment Service in your area for help and advice.
7th If you have a good idea may be worthwhile to start your own business.
8th Find the time! Many summer jobs are advertised early.
When you put together a job application, it is important to consider how you match the qualifications required in the job advertisement. Do not just write about your knowledge in general, but try to select those that make you just perfect for the job. Consider what the employer may be looking for?
When you put together a job application, it is important to consider how you match the qualifications required in the job advertisement.Do not just write about your knowledge in general, but try to select those that make you just perfect for the job. Consider what the employer may be looking for?
Your application should always include a cover letter resume. It is also possible to specify credentials.
Does Curriculum Vitae and the same thing as a resume. Here, list your education, work experience, IT and language skills and other skills relevant under separate headings. Write the latest training / job first.It is important that your resume is clear and easy to grasp. It may therefore be a good use of bulleted lists. Write not only what jobs you have had, but also your work and results.
The personal letter, you can tilt your application so that it fits the job you are applying. You will not repeat what is in your CV, without lifting up your strengths and try to create interest in your person, so that anyone who reads your application is eager to meet you at an interview. It can also be a good idea to write a bit about the company so that you show that you are interested in their activities. As with the CV should be legible, clear and not so far that it becomes difficult for the reader to get through it (maximum one page).
It can be an advantage to give the references in your application so that the employer can get a picture of you from someone other than yourself. However, it is important to choose the reference person with care so that there really is someone who has a positive outlook on your skills and can convey it to the questioner.
Tip: Have one parent or buddy read the job advertisement and then your application and comment on it before putting it on the mailbox.
Some quick advice on what to consider before the job interview.
Ulla Thud and Asa Falkman at recruitment firm Hammersmith & Hanborg give some quick advice on what you should think about before a job interview.
- • Be clear, listen to the question and answer properly
- • Have a good handshake and adjust your clothing for the industry.
- • Work out a couple of phrases that you think you will have use for.
- • Be prepared to talk about what you should be able to achieve at the company and what you can contribute to the organization.
- • Do proper research, both about the company and whether those who are interviewing you.
- • Show commitment and curiosity and you are happy to have the conversation
- • If you have not got the job – be sure to get feedback after the interview. Is there something you can develop and hone for future interviews?
If you bumped your car into something and now it has a dent on the body you can try to repair it yourself or hire someone who will flatten your dent.
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