Uncomplicated Tactics When Constructing A Storage Shed

January 14, 2020 0

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Now that the kids are all grown up, it looks as if the garage is packed with several knickknacks. Childhood toys, books, and outfits from yester years occupy the room that had in the past been occupied by the station wagon. Similarly the attic is “splitting at the seams” with everything that’s been piled there. Your equipments are also fighting their way just to secure their own room. Conclusively, now is the occasion for constructing a storage shed to adorn your lonely backyard space.

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Constructing a storage shed distinctly has its own profits, mostly if you like being a handyman. For one, the station wagon could now get its space back, and the attic could finally be free from its inhabitants and “breathe.” This will also provide extra room for your equipment, as well as added materials that the other household members might put aside.

Also, it would give you the opportunity to utilize your hands by constructing a storage shed from scratch. You don’t need to be a specialist or a licensed professional builder in order to build a storage shed on your own backyard. And, you would have the sole choice of choosing the design and making the shed according to your own desire.

Prior to beginning your task of constructing a storage shed, find out the zoning and building policies of your town. You should have your land checked out by local officials or building inspectors, just in case you will be required to acquire a license prior to construction. Even if the storage shed is to be located in your own backyard, there may be several policies you must abide by first to be sure your storage shed is up to par or is erected inside a safe boundary. It would be a waste if you had erected your storage shed and the local officials would deem it as risky or encroaching on property line then choose to have it demolished.

Then, determine the measurements and the precise land area that your storage shed would take up. This will facilitate in making the budget for the said project. You can draw a rough draft on what you wish your shed to look like, or you can appoint professionals to sketch the outline you envision. They may also be able to give you apt measurements for your storage shed. You can also bring in your draft to the local hardware store and have their employees help you with the sketch. You can purchase the equipment you require for building a storage shed from them and they will probably draw your outline for free.

If you do not have any concept on how to build a storage shed, you may purchase ready-made sheds which are simpler to put up as they are all ready to assemble. You just have to choose from the existing blueprints that come with them. The disadvantage of this is that the outlines are limited and you might like the ones on hand. Plus, the materials that are enclosed with the kit might not be long-lasting or not the type that you desire to put up your shed with.

As for the rest of the features required for building a storage shed, search for free plans on how to build storage sheds. These are free on the internet and will provide you with step-by-step details, with video clips that will facilitate you in finishing your project. And by then, your equipment will be stored in their place, the station wagon would once again occupy the garage, and your attic could at last “breathe.”

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What is psychotherapy and how it can help you?

January 10, 2020 0

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Transpersonal Hypnotherapy or Spiritual Hypnotherapy as it is more commonly known, is one of the most powerful healing tools around today and has been used for centuries. Spiritual Hypnotherapy is a holistic therapy, embracing Mind, Body and Spirit. 

Transpersonal Hypnotherapy or Spiritual Hypnotherapy as it is more commonly known, is one of the most powerful healing tools around today and has been used for centuries. Spiritual Hypnotherapy is a holistic therapy, embracing Mind, Body and Spirit. Spiritual Hypnotherapy is not religious but focuses on the premise that you are a spiritual being having a human experience and supports you in connecting with your highest potential.

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You have a body, yet you are not your body, you have a mind, yet you are not your mind, you have emotions, yet you are not your emotions. Spiritual Hypnotherapy offers you an opportunity to connect with your true essence, your soul. It is your mind that creates problems, and yet, many of your challenges are simply gifts from the universe in disguise. Spiritual Hypnotherapy enables you to explore these gifts, gaining insight, clarity, resources, and direction as well as

Your own dreams will open a new horizon before your eyes, and you’ll understand the meaning of spirituality, besides learning many things that you ignore. And there are many best  transpersonal regression therapy Mumbai. The unconscious wisdom will guide you through dream messages, and show you how to transform your pain into a path to salvation.

You wanted to have a normal life and care only about the things that interested you, but the route of your life did not lead you to happiness as you had imagined. Your disease is saving you from bitter deceptions, and grave mistakes, which would be worse than the pain you feel now because they could destroy your capacity to think and feel like a human being.

Stop thinking about your problems, and stop envying the people who have their physical health.

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The unconscious wisdom will teach you many things that you ignore, and enlighten you very much with superior knowledge. In the end, you won’t have pity on yourself because you are sick, but on all the people who have their physical health but have lost their humanity.

Transpersonal Hypnotherapy includes:

Inner Child Healing and Emotional Clearing a fantastic tool for healing negative thoughts, feelings and beliefs, eliminate self-worth issues, emotional trauma and relationship issues, Regression, powerful tool for eliminating and transforming your karma. Past Life Regression, great for resolving persistent physical issues, accessing creative abilities, clearing phobias and clearing negative patterns. And there are many best therapies in Thane for past life regression, just search for past life regression Thane.

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3d Street Artist – How to hire one for your effective advertising or PR campaign

January 9, 2020 0

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What is 3d Street Art and how can it be used for Street Advertising, PR and Brand promotion?

3d Street Art is known by several different names; 3d Street Art, 3d Pavement Art, 3d Chalk Art, 3d Sidewalk Art. They are all types of art created by pavement artist’s in public spaces. When the artwork is viewed from a specific angle and distance through the lens of a camera the picture appears to become three dimensional. It’s all created by tricking the eyes and mind with angles and distance, what seems close up is larger to see and the smaller an object is the further away it seems. So if you paint an object very long and narrow it creates the illusion of depth. When created by an experienced artist, the results are mind blowing! Holes and crevasses appear in the road and dragons and aliens can magically appear to hover above the ground. Almost anything can be created in a 3d Street Art picture and I am going to show you how it can be used with spectacular results in your advertising and PR campaigns.

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But before I begin, let me state some of our credentials and talk to you about the results that can be achieved with 3d Street Art in Advertising.

I run and own Street Advertising Services a UK based specialist provider of innovative and unique public space advertising campaigns used by Brand Owners and Advertising, Marketing, Communications and PR agencies. Since 2006 we have been offering our clients 3d Street Art Advertising. We paint 3d street art pictures and help our clients create exciting campaigns to promote their brands with them.

So what kind of results can you expect?

Firstly and most importantly, clients who have used 3d street art in their campaigns have never been disappointed. Please re-read that sentence. We have delivered dozens of 3d advertising campaigns and all of our clients have been delighted with the results. How many tpyes of media can you say that about? None. Why were they so pleased? Because 3d Street Art in Advertising delivers what clients want. Whether its increased sales, sign ups, increased brand awareness, increased number of online fans or PR stories written in the media. Whatever your objectives for your campaign are, they can be met with intelligent use of 3d street art.

To prove it, we can demonstrate client testimonials, show you Fan pages with number of ‘likes’ increased on Facebook fan pages and show you press and media articles about our clients campaigns in publications such as The Telegraph, The Times, The Sun, The Daily Star, The Daily Mail and clips from the BBC news at Ten and Sky News.

OK, so hopefully you are now starting to think well how can i use this ‘magical media’ for my brand or client? Let me show you in a few easy steps:

1. Define your campaign objectives. Is it increased sales, create a marketing database or list of fans or consumers to market to in the future? Is it create publicity for your brand or launch in local or national press?

2. Engage with the 3d pavement Artist. As with all great marketing efforts, the best time to speak to the creatives is early in the process. Our artists know what works really well in 3d pictures and what doesn’t so use our experience to help you decide on what picture will best convey your message.

3. Decide on the approach. Once you have decided on the subject matter for your 3d picture now is the time to decide on the best way to get the picture in front of your target market. There are several different ways a 3d picture can be used depending on your campaign objectives, live art creation, Press photoshoots, Public space experiential and sampling events, they can all be used in different ways to meet your objectives.

4. Track the results. Tracking the results of your campaign can be achieved in several ways. 3d Street Art Advertising can be combined very effectively with Social Media. You can use it to attract new fans to your fan page, upload and share photographs of your brand or just get people talking about you online.

5. Repeat! Everybody loves the magic of 3d street art, whether it’s seeing the picture in a public space and watching it jump to life on their phone’s camera or seeing photographs of their friends interacting with the picture on Facebook, Flickr or Twitter, Most of our clients who use 3d art in their campaigns re-book another campaign because it works and because consumers who experience it come away with increased feelings of goodwill to the brands who use it.

So what are you waiting for? Start exploring the use of 3d street art in your advertising today!

British police shoot man in anti-terrorism raid

January 8, 2020 0

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Friday, June 2, 2006

At dawn this morning a team of 250 policemen stormed a building in Forest Gate, London, England. A part of the police teams were armed, while others were equipped with chemical weapons gear. Two men were arrested and one was shot in the raid made under the 2000 Terrorism Act.

Deputy Assistant Commissioner Peter Clarke, the Metropolitan Police’s anti-terror chief, said he had acted on specific intelligence, “we planned an operation that was designed to mitigate any threat to the public either from firearms or from hazardous substances.”

The injury to the man who was shot was not life threatening and the Independent Police Complaints Commission, who have opened an investigation into the incident, say a single shot was fired. At Royal London Hospital where the man, later arrested, was taken armed guards were seen at the entrances.

The man, said to be 20 years old, who was not shot, has been questioned at Paddington Green police station. Others at the address have been moved out – two residents have been treated in hospital for shock.

The search at the house in Lansdown Road is said to be ongoing. Police have closed Lansdown Road, Rothsay Road and Prestbury Road and a blind has been erected around the premises. The Civil Aviation Authority report a four-day “no fly area” below 2,500ft is in force over east London.

The British intelligence agency, MI5, and the Health Protection Agency also had a role in the operation, which British Prime Minister Tony Blair had been told about. The raid is not thought to be linked to the London tube and bus bombings in July 2005.Saturday, June 3, 2006Police say the raid was carried out in search of a ‘suicide vest’ that could be used to release poison gas. Police say MI5 believe there exists ‘firm intelligence’ that such a vest exists.

As of Friday evening, police had yet to discover weapons, chemicals or any other evidence of a planned attack.

The two men arrested are believed to be 23 and 20 year old brothers, Mohammed Abdul Kahar and Abdul Koyair, both of Bangladeshi origin. Abdul Kahar was shot in the shoulder during the raid, his injury is said to be non life threatening.

It’s a GLAM wrap: Curators meet collaborators at Canberra conference

November 15, 2019 0

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Monday, August 17, 2009

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Earlier this month, over 150 delegates from cultural institutions, government and the online community gathered at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra over one and a half days for the first GLAM-WIKI conference. The conference brought together representatives from the GLAM sector, comprising galleries, libraries, archives and museums, politicians, and members of the Wikimedia community (who edit the online encyclopedia Wikipedia and its sister sites), to enter into a dialogue regarding ways the three areas can work collaboratively to preserve and promote cultural collections online.

Highlights from the conference included keynote speeches by Wikimedia Foundation Chief Program Officer Jennifer Riggs and Senator Kate Lundy, as well as a panel discussion on the political pressures involved in improving and disseminating GLAM organisations’ online collections featuring Senator Lundy as well as Senator Scott Ludlam, ACT Legislative Assembly shadow minister Alistair Coe, Government 2.0 Taskforce member Seb Chan, Adjunct Director to the Digital Library of the National Library of New Zealand Paul Reynolds and Kylie Johnson, the New Media Advisor for the Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts. Sessions focused on ways the Wikimedia and GLAM communities could better work together to further their missions of preserving, curating and sharing cultural knowledge, with streams examining the topics of legal and technical barriers, and the impact on business and education.

Two case studies were presented at the conference, the first being the Powerhouse Museum’s experimental release of some of their photographic collection to Flickr Commons, and the second the collaboration between the German Wikimedia chapter and German Federal Archives to release their collection to Wikimedia Commons. While these and other projects were examined as successful forays into open content, the recent legal action between the United Kingdom’s National Portrait Gallery and a Wikimedian was raised in most sessions as an example of such efforts having negative consequences.

Delegates at the conference engaged in heated discussion both on- and offline, with the #GLAM-WIKI tag on Twitter generating over 500 tweets during the course of the first day. Overall, feedback from participants was strongly positive over both the event and its plans for the future.

Liam Wyatt, the Vice President of the Australian Wikimedia Chapter and organiser of the event, was impressed by the turnout. According to Wyatt, “at 170 registrations it is one of the largest Wikimedia events ever, after [international Wikimedia conference] Wikimania, and to be able to offer that for no attendance fee is testament to the support we received from our partners – most especially the WMF … There are many proposals and discussions that are now starting up as a result of the event and, rightly, these may take quite some time to bear fruit. However, what I think we have achieved immediately is to take the heat out of the debate between the cultural sector and the Wikimedia community.”

Jennifer Riggs was similarly impressed by the dialogue that came as a result of the conference. “It’s gone terrifically, really. People have had the opportunity to be really frank about the concerns that they have.”

Australian man to be executed in Singapore


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Saturday, November 19, 2005

Supporters of convicted Australian drug trafficker, Van Nguyen, gathered outside the State Library in Melbourne yesterday to display thousands of messages of opposition to his death sentence.

Callers to talkback radio in Melbourne were overwhelmingly against the death penalty of Nguyen, who immediately admitted his guilt and has cooperated with authorities since being caught smuggling heroin into Singapore. Many called for a boycott of Singaporean products.

25-year-old Nguyen was arrested at Changi Airport in 2002 for carrying heroin and sentenced to death in March. Nguyen claims he carried the 396 grams of heroin strapped to his body in an attempt to pay off his brother Khoa’s $30,000 legal debts.

The Singapore government have announced they will execute Nguyen at dawn on December 2nd. Singapore President S. R. Nathan rejected Nguyen’s clemency four weeks ago. The Melbourne salesman was sentenced to death under Singapore law which determines a mandatory death sentence for anyone found guilty of possessing 15 grams of heroin or more.

Nguyen’s mother was informed on Thursday by registered mail from the Singapore prisons service of the execution date. The letter stated that she should start making funeral arrangements. She will get to see her son in the three days leading up to the execution.

Despite repeated pleas for clemency from many thousands of supporters; religious groups; human rights organisations; the Pope; and the Australian Government – including Prime Minister, John Howard – Singapore officials have said Nguyen’s execution is irreversible.

Mr Howard had argued that Nguyen should be spared, citing mitigating circumstances in his case which pointed to the fact that he was not a serial drug trafficker but had merely been trying to pay off his brother’s debts.

The Victorian Attorney-General, Rob Hulls, says the Singaporean Government has shown no compassion whatsoever in its treatment of Van Nguyen and his family.

“What’s happening is brutal, is inappropriate. I, and the Victorian Government, vehemently oppose the death penalty in any circumstances”, he told ABC Radio. “This is a young kid who has assisted the police all the way… In any other country, he would get a discount in relation to the penalty. But because there is a mandatory death penalty for drug offences in Singapore, this young man may well be executed. It is just grossly inappropriate.”

“Singapore maintains that capital punishment is a criminal justice issue; it is the sovereign right of every country to decide whether or not to include capital punishment within its criminal justice system,” a Foreign Ministry spokesman said.

Singapore argues that there was no international consensus that capital punishment should be abolished. At the most recent meeting of the UN Commission on Human Rights, 66 countries dissociated themselves from a resolution calling for the abolition of capital punishment.

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong affirmed Singapore’s position by saying that it has to “stand firm on drugs to protect its citizens from the scourge and to ensure the country does not become a conduit for the trafficking of illicit drugs.”

In reply to a letter appealing for clemency from his Australian counterpart Alexander Downer, Singapore Foreign Minister George Yeo said: “Mr Nguyen imported almost 400gm of pure heroin which would have supplied more than 26,000 doses to drug addicts.”

No one will be permitted to see Nguyen on the morning of his execution. His body will be released to his mother.

Gastric bypass surgery performed by remote control

November 9, 2019 0

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Sunday, August 21, 2005

A robotic system at Stanford Medical Center was used to perform a laparoscopic gastric bypass surgery successfully with a theoretically similar rate of complications to that seen in standard operations. However, as there were only 10 people in the experimental group (and another 10 in the control group), this is not a statistically significant sample.

If this surgical procedure is as successful in large-scale studies, it may lead the way for the use of robotic surgery in even more delicate procedures, such as heart surgery. Note that this is not a fully automated system, as a human doctor controls the operation via remote control. Laparoscopic gastric bypass surgery is a treatment for obesity.

There were concerns that doctors, in the future, might only be trained in the remote control procedure. Ronald G. Latimer, M.D., of Santa Barbara, CA, warned “The fact that surgeons may have to open the patient or might actually need to revert to standard laparoscopic techniques demands that this basic training be a requirement before a robot is purchased. Robots do malfunction, so a backup system is imperative. We should not be seduced to buy this instrument to train surgeons if they are not able to do the primary operations themselves.”

There are precedents for just such a problem occurring. A previous “new technology”, the electrocardiogram (ECG), has lead to a lack of basic education on the older technology, the stethoscope. As a result, many heart conditions now go undiagnosed, especially in children and others who rarely undergo an ECG procedure.

Ayatollah Rafsanjani commemorates Iran-Iraq battle victory

October 31, 2019 0

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Saturday, May 19, 2007

Ayatollah Hashemi Rafsanjani commemorated the “the glories of the Islamic Revolution, the Sacred Defense in particular” during Friday prayers. He used the occasion “especially at a point when Iran’s defensive powers might be underestimated.” On 24 of May 1982, Iran drove Iraq out of Khorramshahr near its border with Iraq.

Ayatollah Rafsanjani has been the chairman of the Expediency Council which resolves government disputes arising out of legislations and advises Grand Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

Rafsanjani chided the Western countries for equipping Iraq during the war and said the Iraqi army used “hideous chemical weapons of the most destructive kind and that they targeted Iranian cities, ships and planes, taking advantage of the West’s intelligence and ammunition.”

Next, Rafsanjani indicated that Iran was open to compromise and negotiation on the impasse of Iran’s nuclear activities. Nevertheless, he stated the Iran would not brook pre-conditions. He stated, “They set a precondition for negotiations, which is humiliating to us.” He, moreover, said,

If the West is honest in its claim, doors for negotiation in the field of nuclear issue will be open.

Rafsanjani has also accused the West of wanting to bring about discord among Shi’ite and Sunni Muslims. A few days ago, he called King Abdallah bin Abdul-Aziz of Saudi Arabia to exchange view regarding this issue. King Abdullah responded that Iran has strengthened bond among Islamic nations and praised the Islamic Republic. On a similar note, in a meeting with the parliament speaker of Morocco, Rafsanjani said, “Resolving problems requires convergence and assistance from other Islamic countries.”

Cyprus and Malta adopt the euro

October 30, 2019 0

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Tuesday, January 1, 2008

Today at midnight, the Republic of Cyprus and the Republic of Malta, both small island states in the Mediterranean and former British colonies, adopted the euro as their official currency; less than four years after their accession to the European Union. Because Cyprus and Malta are in different time zones, Cyprus adopted the euro one hour before Malta did the same. In both countries the euro was welcomed with outdoor celebrations, including a fireworks display in Malta’s capital Valletta. According to the BBC Cypriot Finance Minister Michalis Sarris has said the euro “will benefit consumers and businesses alike because of the eurozone’s low inflation, low interest rates and large market.”

The BBC reports that Cypriot and Maltese leaders “made symbolic withdrawals of euros from cash machines just minutes into the New Year.” TIME reports that Maltese Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi had to wait a little while before getting his hands on the new currency because “an automated teller machine did not work when Gonzi tried to withdraw euros, and he was obliged to use a different ATM.”

The Cypriot pound (CYP) and the Maltese lira (MTL) will remain in use during a dual circulation period that will last until the end of this month, at which point they will cease to be legal tender. However, it will still be possible to exchange them for Euro free of charge after the end of this period. Commercial banks in Cyprus will exchange Cypriot pounds for Euro until 30 June, but only for amounts up to CYP 1000 per customer and per transaction in banknotes and up to CYP 5O in coins. The Central Bank of Cyprus will exchange coins until the end of 2009 and banknotes until the end of 2017. Maltese commercial banks will exchange Maltese lira for Euro until the end of March, with a limit for non-customers of MTL 250, whereas the Central Bank of Malta will exchange coins until 1 February 2010 and banknotes until 1 February 2018.

We’re sorry to say goodbye to our pound but happy to welcome the euro.

The single currency has replaced the Cypriot pound and the Maltese lira at a rate of one euro to 0.585274 Cypriot pound and 0.4293 to the Maltese lira, or 1.71 euro per Cypriot pound and 2.33 per Maltese lira. This conversion rate had been fixed on 10 July 2007 by Ecofin, the council comprising the finance ministers of the EU Member States.

Today with the adoption of the Euro, Cyprus and Malta have become even more integrated in the heart of the European Union, less than four years after they joined the EU.

Cyprus and Malta are the 14th and the 15th country to join the Eurozone, which already includes Austria, Belgium, the Netherlands, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain, Greece and Slovenia. All EU Member States are required to join the Eurozone once certain conditions are fulfilled, except Denmark and the United Kingdom which have negotiated a so-called opt-out that allows them not to adopt the single currency.

The Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, the de facto independent Turkish-controlled area in the north of Cyprus, will not join the Eurozone. Northern Cyprus is not part of the European Union and is recognised only by Turkey. As a result, the Turkish lira will remain the official currency in the north of the island; however, TIME reports that “many Turkish Cypriot merchants will also accept euros along with Turkish lira.” Cypriot Euro coins are inscribed in both Greek and Turkish.

The euro will also be legal tender in the Sovereign Base Areas, British military bases in Cyprus.

The national sides of the Cypriot Euro coins feature three separate designs for the three series of coins. The 1, 2 and 5-cent coins feature the mouflon, or wild sheep, the 10, 20 and 50-cent coins feature the Kyrenia ship, the wreck of a 4th century BC Greek merchant ship discovered in 1967 and salvaged closed to Kyrenia, and the €1 and €2 coins feature the Idol of Pomos, a prehistoric sculpture from the village of Pomos, three national symbols of Cyprus. The designs were jointly created by Tatiana Soteropoulos and Erik Maell.

The Maltese euro coins’ national sides will also feature national motifs. The 1, 2 and 5-cent coins will feature the altar of the Mnajdra temple grouping, a complex of three Neolithic temples on the southern coast of Malta and one of the oldest free-standing temple groupings in the world, the 10, 20 and 50-cent coins will feature the Coat of Arms of Malta, and the €1 and €2 coins will bear the Maltese cross, a symbol associated with an order of Christian warriors known as the Knights Hospitaller or Knights of Malta, which was based on Malta for more than 250 years after they had been given the islands by Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor. The designs of Maltese engraver Noel Galea Bason were selected after two rounds of public consultations in which people were invited to vote via SMS.

Both Cyprus and Malta have taken a number of steps to address fears of undue price rises. 7,130 Cypriot companies have subscribed to a Fair Pricing Code launched by the authorities and the Cypriot government urged companies to round their prices down. In Malta, the FAIR initiative, a fair pricing scheme, was put in place in January 2007. This scheme, which provides for administrative fines for those failing to respect their commitment, now involves 80% of all retail outlets. Malta, according to the BBC, has also signed 12 price stabilisation agreements with importers, which will last until March 2008.

In both countries, the authorities will monitor retailers to ensure they do not exploit the changeover for unfair gain by rounding up their prices, contributing to inflation.

Sony refreshes VAIO brand for business and entertainment


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Thursday, July 31, 2008

From the middle of July, Sony Corporation refreshed their senior laptop brand VAIO from “Video Audio Integrated Operation” to “Visual Audio Intelligent Organizer”. According to Sony Taiwan Limited, this refreshment is an attempt to relocate the laptop consuming market for business and entertainment factors.

In the “VAIO Experience 2008” press conference in Europe, Sony promoted their new product series for different populations including BZ for business, FW for home entertainment, Z for ultra-slim, and SR for complex applications.

Different with past series, Sony added “Clear Bright” screening technology for high-definition display, and “full-carbon production” features. BD-burning and Intel Centrino 2 processing technologies will be featured in all the new models. For security issue, Sony also embedded fingerprint system to prevent personal data to be stolen. Continued from TZ series, innovative designs including “Green Power Button”, “Situational Switch” are also added in newly-launched series.

“Due to consuming market differences, Sony only promoted BZ series in Europe and America but not included Asia. Although the TICA Show in Taipei will be different, functionality will be the greatest issue when a consumers choose a notebook [computer] before buying.” addressed by executives from Sony Taiwan Limited, during the “VAIO Experience 2008” press conference in Taiwan.

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