I drive a cab and my back hurts. I run and lift weights for exercise. I start my driving shift early in the morning, and I get up before dawn to exercise. I like my job, but the sitting wreaks havoc on my back. I see a chiropractor in Santa Rosa to help me be able to keep my job. The exercises I was given to do really help. If I stop them for a week, I start to hurt again. I go in a couple of times a month for a spinal adjustment. I usually need them when I work double shifts in the cab. My job pays me what we need to get by, and my wife’s income largely goes toward our retirement savings. Read the rest of this entry
Party entertainers and cotton candy machines are now pedestrian ideas for a kids’ party. Both of them have lost their novelty over time and are not recent as before anymore. Conversely, the idea of stationing a photo booth in the outdoor party you have thrown for your guests has many more subscribers, and that would include your little toddler. Universal in its appeal, they started off making appearances in fairs and carnivals. These walk-in booths serve as personal photo studios for visitors. A one-touch button to start filming or capturing sequence shots, and polaroids are issued by the machine in a matter of seconds.
This is fun, not just for children, but for adults too. A photo booth captures unlimited shots, and prints them in doubles so that guests can leave with their copies while the host can enjoy his personal collection in the birthday guestbook.
The booth cameras also film the guests voicing a message for birthday kids or their parents. A 10 second slot is generally allotted for the walk-in guests to record a short message or a charade. This can be obtained in digital copies in disks.
A few months back, the reputed Chinese mobile manufacturing firm came out with its new product Elife E8. The Chinese company is selling this new mobile with a price tag of CNY 3999 or Rs. 40000 in Europe and South-east Asia. The main attraction of this Smartphone is its ultra clear rear camera. Along with this camera, the Smartphone comes with proprietary software that helps the users to produce images with extremely high-resolution and shoot high-definition videos. Some standard features are there in public domain. However, the company boasts of other specialties. The details of these standout features come from the users who post their experiences with this device. In this article, we would be looking at the details available in the public domain about this mobile device.
Gionee Elife Camera E8 Features
This mobile phone comes with a 24-megapixel rear camera. Along with proprietary software that comes with it, the users can stitch together an image that can go up to 120 megapixel spatial resolution. This camera houses a 6-element lens made of sapphire glass. With this powerful lens, the users can get good optical image resolution and zoom of up to 3X magnification. The camera also has the 4K video recording and dual-tone LED flash features. Apart from these, it also has a dedicated camera button and a phase detection autofocus feature for recording speeds up to 0.08 seconds. The device also has a front-facing 8-megapixel camera for creating selfies.
Most entrepreneurs will agree that videos tend to get more engagement than a lot of other means of promoting a business. Unfortunately, you may be nervous about having the right material to get your video out of the door. Here are a few ideas to make it simple and help you get that video created and made today.
Define Your Target Audience
As with all marketing, get clear on whom you are speaking to. What kinds of things do they want to learn about? What kinds of things do you know about that you can link with what they want to learn? Are they prospects who may buy from you? Or are they people you hope will get you referrals? Be clear in your mind who you are talking to.
We live in an increasingly virtual world where Facebook allows us to peak into the lives of our real and virtual friends. Every demographic has been affected by the rise of social sites that allow us to share pictures, videos and our thoughts.
Facebook, in many ways, is the public forum that most of us use to relay our interests. It’s also a place where friends can pay memorial tribute to those who have passed away. However, a more appropriate method for remembering our loved ones is through new virtual cemeteries.
We are definitely a mobile society with 90 percent of us owning cell phones and more than half of us connected to the Internet via smartphones. It’s increasingly acceptable to share our memories of loved ones who have gone before us through virtual outlets.