Show Me The Money! by Paul Taylor
... Office equipment such as computer, printer, scanner, copier, fax, adding machine, calculators, filing cabinet, desk, and a bookcase are all necessary in an office. Office supplies are also overlooked; these include paper, pens, computer disks, notebooks, file folders, tape, stapler, and so on. Business licenses are required and should not be forgotten although the cost is usually minimal. Utilities such as electricity, water, and phone; also an internet connection and mobile phone should be ...
An Accountant Supply List by Rebecca Game
... A few basic items for your effectively equipping your office, which are available at most any accountant supply or office supply store, are as follows: - Client tax guide organizers - Presentation materials and client folders - Accounting forms - Filing cabinet with file folders - Accounting reference materials - Telephone with headset - Desk top calculator and adding machine Some items that will be needed in your accountant supply cabinet can be purchased at an accountant supply or ...
History of the Computer - Computers and Technology by Michael Cooper
... to the sound of the sputtering motor powering the first flights of the Wright Brothers at Kitty Hawk and the roar of the mighty engines on a Cape Canaveral launching pad". End of part one. Works Cited Wulforst, Harry. Breakthrough to the Computer Age. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1982. Palferman, Jon and Doron Swade. The Dream Machine. London: BBC Books, 1991. Campbell-Kelly, Martin and William Aspray. Computer, A History of the Information Machine. New York: BasicBooks, 1996.
Log Homes - Top 10 Questions (and Answers) by Al Hearn
... Machine-milled logs can be hand-hewn to resemble handcrafted logs. Handcrafted logs can be hewn to shapes other than round. Some folks don't like round logs because of the uneven exposure to sun and weather, and dust on inside walls. Others don't think square logs look authentic enough. Half-round ("D" logs) are a good compromise for many people. To chink, or not to chink? Drip edge, or no drip edge? V joint or no joint? So, once again, there is no "best" log style.
Computers Rule Our Lives? by Jennifer Kittell
... is probably out of pure
ignorance, but I am very comfortable with my ignorant life. So in the end we cannot escape computers, but we can second guess ourselves
when choosing to buy one, use one, or suggest the use. When you are faced with
the decision to add a new program to your home computer, resist. Let computers
simply be one detail to your life that makes things just a little bit easier. Just
remember: When your computer blows up, it shouldn’t mean that your life has
Increasing Brain Power by Tim Bryce
... For example, using an automated calculator allows our brain to relax while the machine performs the math. Too often I have seen people reach for a calculator to perform a simple computation as opposed to working it out with paper and pencil. They simply do not want to engage their brains. Further, I have seen whole engineering departments come to a standstill when power outages brought their computers down. Do they really lack the skills to continue their work?