What's it Worth - Pricing your Stock Photos by Henry Bateman
... My response to this one is along the lines that I give discounts to regular buyers and a regular buyer is one with a history of 5 or more purchases. To the exposure I will get, just think of the dollars in the bank in the future, argument my response is I have to pay my bills now. I mean who really does the read the photo byline on a wine bottle label? Don’t forget this is a business negotiation, the buyers job is to get the image at the lowest price they can, your job, apart from making ...
Alternative Energy, The Dream And The Reality by Allen Goldstone
... Photovoltaic applications have been limited to low power devices like calculators or to remote locations where the electrical grid was not available. This is changing as the number of photovoltaic cells being manufactured increases, which has been lowering the costs per unit each year by 3 to 5%. At the same time, technology has been making them more efficient. The combination of these two factors has lowered the cost of producing a watt of electricity from $7.50 in 1990 to $4.00 in 2005 ...
That New Car Smell - Tales from the Darkside in Austin, Texas by Frank Bellucci
... Small shops will also get to know your car’s history so that you can head off problems down the road and service things early before they turn into big problems. And if it’s a truly great shop, the same mechanic will work on your car each time so that there is a working knowledge base in his head about your car – that can be far more effective than just what’s put in the computer database. Well that’s it for today; I have to go do some other stuff now.
Mutual Fund Software - Investwell by Kundan Upadhyaya
... Graphs - NAV Comparison (Between schemes, or with Sensex). Growth Calculator. SIP Investors track. Fund wise Assets under management (aum). Scheme wise Aum. Client wise Aum. Mutual fund Tally – customize Yourselves. Upfront Commission Receivable Statement. Trailable Transactions list. Business Monitor – Drill down mobilization report. AUM - by Relationship Manager. Fund Fact Sheets. Mass E mailer. Portfolio summary. Scan and store application forms.
Basic Technology History by Tyler D Falls
... Some Things You Can Do On A PDA:Get a Wireless Connection
Surf the Web
Play Music and Video Files
Watch movies Using PocketTV
Play a Game
Use Your Pocket PC as a backup device
Update Office Documents
Download and read E-books
Listen to Audio Books
Connect to Windows servers using Terminal Services
Use Messenger Tools
Change the theme of your Pocket PC
Project the Pocket PC screen onto your desktop
Do Your TaxesSome PDA Software:Medical/Drug Resources PDA Software ...
The Notebooks Of Leonardo Davinci by Kevin Wilson
... Other inventions include a submarine, a cog-wheeled device that has been interpreted as the first mechanical calculator, and a car powered by a spring mechanism. In his years in the Vatican, he planned an industrial use of solar power, by employing concave mirrors to heat water. While most of Leonardo's inventions were not built during his lifetime, models of many of them have been constructed with the support of IBM and are on display at the Leonardo Da Vinci Museum at the Château du Clos ...
Teach Your Kids Arithmetic - "The Nifty Five Square Technique" by Joe Pagano
... No calculator required. The method, with appropriate modifications, will work for all “five numbers,” even numbers like 115 or 225. For the purposes of this article, however, I will confine myself to the set of five numbers from 15-95. This is a sufficient subset of five numbers for one to garner a particular appreciation of the beauty of this method. Now, let us begin with the method. In order to calculate the product of 15 x 15, all one need do is take the digit 1, which is the “tens” ...
The Stock Exchange - A Beginners Guide by Stuart Langridge
... Investing is graphs, moving averages, annual reports, company statements, calculators and work. Not so sexy. It's kind of like being an accountant but with marginally more life and a few graphs. But the great thing about investment is that in the long run, you decide whether you'll be successful or not. The harder you work at it, the luckier you will be. If you are just starting out, think about YOU first, not the market or companies. Decide on what you want to specialise on, whether the ...