A Review Of 1 Shopping Cart On-Line Automation Tools

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1ShoppingCart is a payment tool for an online business. Basically 1Shoppingcart is going to offer you the tools you need in order to gain the orders from your customers and get the payment right away. When you have an online business there are many tools that you need to have in order to process orders. The more ways you take money the more customers you will have spending on your site.

This means you need to have some time of shopping cart that enables the customer to place all of the items they want in their cart and then proceed to check out to pay the bill. What you will have is the ability to email customers regarding their orders, process orders more quickly, and have an automatic delivery of e- books if that is the product you are selling online.

The idea behind 1ShoppingCart is that you have an all in one solution. In other words you can sell an unlimited number of products from digital to e books, have a residual and recurring billing system for those who want you to keep their information on file, collect credit card payments as well as other payment types, and of course have a calculator for shipping and sales tax right on the web page.

Most consumers want to know what they will pay as the final bill and not have it calculated later. The 1ShoppingCart is going to offer you that option. You will also find a detailed sales report is part of the program. You can figure out all the business sales reports you need to have right in one program rather than getting business software that calculates the reports after you input the date from the other program. You also get to offer discount coupons, up sell products, and you can have multiple websites for just this one program.

The 1ShoppingCart is going to offer a tool for your online business. There are of course other tools that you may want to include such as accepting more credit cards that what may come with the 1ShoppingCart. You can also choose marketing software from 1ShoppingCart that will help you get your business on the web and more successful. The point of having a home based business is having all the tools at your disposal that you will need to run it successfully and will make your visitors return to be customers as well as finding new customers.

For a little more detail regarding how the program works you can sell up to 10,000 regular products online, 10,000 recurring products online, and have the information at the disposal for all of your visitors and clients. You will be able to integrate e book software or even PDF files that you have online with the software.

In other words even if you sell a service such as books or manuals the shopping cart software allows you to sell those products in the shopping cart over trying to find a software that works exclusively with the e book format.

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DLGuard Review – Download Sales Software For Starting An Ebook Business

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DLGuard has proved itself over recent years as a cost-effective way of integrating a shopping cart system into any website. This DLGuard review highlights the products usefulness when it comes to setting up and automating an ebook business.

Three years ago I had been writing ebooks and looked into the ways to sell ebooks and software online (i.e. digital downloads). Using large online sellers to promote and sell your ebooks is great for gaining some additional sales & traffic but you lose out on collating customer data at the point of sale. Selling from your own site aids this so after reading the positive DLGuard reviews I integrated it into my site.

The application actually consists of web scripts that provide all the pages and back-end processing for a standard shopping cart. Installing the scripts on most servers is a trivial process and well documented.

The one initialization task that can take some time, depending on your coding skills, is customizing the shopping cart pages to match your website. This could be outsourced (as the scripts can facilitate this) or you could just use the default design.

DLGuard really begins to shine after a sale is made – especially for automating your ebook business. It automatically emails customers with a link to their purchased ebook that is secure, traceable and unique.

The download link is the key to protecting any ebook business as this link has the potential of being shared and therefore misused. DLGuard halts this risk by setting a validity period for the link along with the maximum number of download attempts permitted. This security feature halts the bulk of link sharing hacks that can occur protecting your intellectual property.

DLGuard can really be set to auto-pilot after the initial configuration and customization is done. It handles the sales and downloads efficiently and only really requires your intervention when refunds are requested. The customer tracking data is an invaluable source for mailing lists.

DLGuard is a great shopping cart with all the standard features you could hope for and is certainly perfectly suited for starting an ebook business, large or small. Many users will combine it with selling via a large online ebook retailer to get some extra sales and exposure as the two are not mutually exclusive – rather they should be seen as complementary sales channels.

If you liked this DLGuard product review, then check our site for posts on writing ebooks and software and selling them online

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War Horse play enjoys Sydney, Australia media call at Lyric Theatre, The Star

This morning War Horse (the play – not the movie), enjoyed its Sydney media / production call.

It might have been a touch low on media attendance, but was high on talent, passion, and quality all around.

This Thursday War Horse will enjoy much more media attention with its Sydney red carpet premiere, however the Music News Australia and Media Man team were happy to get a leg up on the competition by getting an early look in at this world class production.

The acting, production, props and every other element certainly had a 5 star look and feel to it.

It’s little wonder media and audiences have been raving about the production the world over.

Media quotes…

“War Horse is extraordinary theatre. Brilliant, bold, moving, it is a world-class fusion of performance, design and specially puppetry.” The Age

“Epic… Magnificent… Impressive. You can almost smell the sweat and leather and hear the galloping hooves of their magnificent “animals” manipulated by master puppeteers.” – Herald Sun

“Outstanding. The production confidently says: Come along for the ride.” – The Australian

“Unique and breathtaking theatre.” – Radio National

“Truly a spectacle that you have to experience.” – 3AW

"Everything about War Horse looks to be 5 stars. The overall production, acting, consuming, the animal robotics. The interaction between the actors, the horses and the audience is amazing and has to be experienced to be believed. This version of War Horse is just as satisfying as the movie – maybe more so in some regards. This may just be the best play to hit Australia this year. Highly recommended – Greg Tingle, Media Director – Media Man.

The Guardian’s Michael Billington wrote in his review:

Elliott and Morris recreate the kaleidoscopic horror of war through bold imagery, including the remorseless advance of a manually operated tank, and through the line-drawings of Rae Smith projected on to a suspended screen. Admittedly the performers are somewhat eclipsed by the action … The joy of the evening, however, lies in the skilled recreation of equine life and in its unshaken belief that mankind is ennobled by its love of the horse.

Charles Spencer in The Daily Telegraph had written that, generally, "puppets are often an embarrassment, involving a lot of effort and fuss for negligible returns"; in this case, he praised the puppetry as "truly magnificent creations by the Handspring Puppet Company." The Times’ 10-year-old guest reviewer called the show "movingly and realistically brought to life" and "an emotional and compelling adaptation of the book."

In reviewing the Broadway production, Ben Brantley wrote in The New York Times, "…it is how Joey is summoned into being, along with an assortment of other animals, that gives this production its ineffably theatrical magic…Beautifully designed by Rae Smith … and Paule Constable, this production is also steeped in boilerplate sentimentality. Beneath its exquisite visual surface, it keeps pushing buttons like a sales clerk in a notions shop." Brantley suggests, "The implicit plea not to be forgotten applies not just to the villagers, soldiers and horses portrayed here, but also to theater, as an evanescent art that lives on only in audiences’ memories. Judged by that standard, much of War Horse evaporates not long after it ends. But I would wager that for a good while, you’ll continue to see Joey in your dreams."

Entertainment Weekly gave a positive review, calling the show an "imaginative, moving new Broadway drama … The play’s equine stars are the remarkable creation of Adrian Kohler and Basil Jones’ Handspring Puppet Company. As manipulated by three handlers dressed in period costumes, the life-size creatures seem to breathe, snort, feed, walk, gallop, and rear up just as naturally as the genuine articles. In no time at all, they become characters as rounded and complex as any of the humans on stage." Time magazine ranked the play as its top choice among all theatre productions in 2011.

The Wall Street Journal’s Terry Teachout praised the puppetry, but gave mixed reactions to the play: "The fundamental flaw of ‘War Horse’ is that Nick Stafford, who wrote the script ‘in association’ (that’s how the credit reads) with South Africa’s Handspring Puppet Company, has taken a book that was written for children and tried to give it the expressive weight of a play for adults. Not surprisingly, Mr. Morpurgo’s plot can’t stand the strain. Dramatic situations that work perfectly well in the context of the book play like Hollywood clichés onstage. In the first act, the craftsmanship is so exquisite that this doesn’t matter—much—but things go downhill fast after intermission. The really big problem is the last scene, about which, once again, the drama critics’ code commands silence. This much must be said, though: A play that is so forthright about the horrors of war owes its audience a more honest ending."

Theatre review aggregator Curtain Critic gave the production a score of 88 out of 100 based on the opinions of 21 critics.

WAR HORSE MEDIA RELEASE:

Internationally acclaimed critical and box office hit

War Horse…

The National Theatre of Great Britain and Global Creatures are proud to bring the multiple Tony and Olivier Award-winning War Horse, to Australia.

Applauded by critics and audiences alike, War Horse held its Australian premiere in Melbourne on New Year’s Eve at Arts Centre Melbourne’s State Theatre. After the Melbourne season War Horse will travel to Sydney for a season at the Sydney Lyric from Saturday 16 March, 2013 and to Brisbane for a season at Lyric Theatre from Saturday 6 July, 2013.

Since its world premiere in London in 2007, War Horse has won numerous prestigious awards including two Laurence Olivier Awards, five Tony Awards and four Outer Critics’ Circle Awards amongst a host of others. The Handspring Puppet Company has also won many accolades including a 2011 Special Tony Award.

“The ANZAC spirit is deeply entrenched in the Australian ethos. We expect War Horse to have a great resonance in this country not only because of our connection to World War I but because themes of the land, loss and the ultimate triumph of friendship have a special place in the Australian psyche. We are proud to produce this highly acclaimed show with the National Theatre.” says Carmen Pavlovic, CEO of Global Creatures.

Nick Stafford’s stage adaptation of Michael Morpurgo’s book, War Horse is a magnificent drama which tells the heart wrenching story of Joey, the beloved horse of a boy called Albert, who is sold to the cavalry at the outbreak of World War I and shipped to France. He’s soon caught up in enemy fire, and fate takes him on an extraordinary odyssey, serving on both sides before finding himself alone in no man’s land. But Albert cannot forget Joey and, still not old enough to enlist, he embarks on a treacherous mission to find him and bring him home.

At its heart are astonishing puppets strong enough for men to ride, created by South Africa’s Handspring Puppet Company, who bring breathing, galloping, charging horses to life on the stage. Life size horses traverse the stage, their flanks, hides and sinews built of steel, leather and aircraft cables. Actors, working with these dynamic puppets, will lead Australian audiences on an emotionally-charged journey through history.

"War Horse is a life affirming story about friendship, courage and family, which appeals to all ages. This is a production that brings the family together, we get people coming back again and again, and they always have the same reaction. It awakens something in you,” says Chris Harper, Producer, National Theatre of Great Britain.

War Horse has played to packed houses at London’s National Theatre, the West End’s New London Theatre and New York’s Vivian Beaumont Theater at Lincoln Center. A further production opened in Toronto, Canada in February 2012 and a US tour commenced in June 2012.

Steven Spielberg’s movie adaptation of Michael Morpurgo’s novel, released by DreamWorks Studios in late 2011, was nominated for six Academy Awards including Best Picture.

Directed by Marianne Elliott and Tom Morris, War Horse is designed by Rae Smith, with puppet design and fabrication by Basil Jones and Adrian Kohler for Handspring Puppet Company, lighting by Paule Constable, and movement and horse choreography by Toby Sedgwick; the puppetry directors are Basil Jones and Adrian Kohler, with video design by Leo Warner and Mark Grimmer, songmaker John Tams, music by Adrian Sutton and sound by Christopher Shutt.

Websites

Lyric Theatre, Sydney – War Horse
www.sydneylyric.com.au/index.php/whats-on/current-show/Wa…

Lyric Theatre, Sydney
www.sydneylyric.com.au

War Horse On Stage official website
www.warhorseonstage.com

The Star
www.star.com.au

Media Man Int
www.mediamanint.com

Eva Rinaldi Photography
www.evarinaldi.com

In Regards To Online Shopping Strategies, Ours Are Truly Successful

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There are so many different options for online shopping that it can be hard to choose! Some people only purchase items like books or home decoration items online, while others like to buy clothes and other wearable items. No matter your preference, you can have a great online shopping experience!

Never try to shop directly from a link someone sent you in an email, unless it’s a widely known and respected site, like Amazon.com. Too many consumers get tricked into scams via hyperlinks in questionable emails. Visit the URL of the site mentioned in the mail, instead of clicking the link itself.

Sign-up for any identity theft protection your credit card company offers, especially if you shop online often. No matter how safe you are or how diligently you believe you can protect your information, it’s never one hundred percent guaranteed. Take full advantage of automatic ID protection and know you will have back-up, should the worst occur.

Keep an eye on your bank and credit card accounts. If you are shopping online, don’t wait for the end of the month to review your finances. Check your account online periodically to make sure that there are no extra charges. If you notice anything amiss, get in contact with your bank or credit card company as soon as possible.

Try to make online purchases only with companies you are already familiar with. Chances are, a store you go to on a regular basis probably has a safe website. But, if you go to a website you know nothing about, you are putting your personal information, like your credit card info, at risk.

If you do a lot of online shopping, it would be a great idea for you to download an anti-phishing toolbar to your computer. This will help weed out any sites that may be asking you for information with the intent of scamming you. You can find this software all over the Internet for free.

The world of online shopping is vast, which is why it is important that you do not hastily make purchases. If you find an item that you like, take your time to explore other retailers who also sell that same item. You might find it at a lower price on a different site.

Avoid using your personal or business email addresses when you are shopping online. Many times you will receive a ton of unwanted emails after making purchases. Setting up an email specifically for shopping sites will stop all of this junk mail from being mixed up with all of your legitimate emails.

Many of us have a favorite store – are you following your favorite store on Facebook and Twitter? If not, you should be! Companies often announce special offers or sales via social media sites, and by checking their Facebook page or Twitter account regularly, you may find some good deals that you otherwise would have missed out on.

If you want to go shopping online to save a trip to the store and even some money, you have made steps in the right direction to learn more. Keep researching different online vendors, and ask friends which sites they like the best. Remember the tips in this article and shop happily!

wshq.org is committed to presenting high quality information to customers on various categories of products. The team of professionals who contribute these reviews will go through systematic study, analysis and comparison. The end result is the delivery of authentic and reliable information based on which customer can purchase a new product quite confidently. All the hard work will be done by reviewhq.org as your #1 product review sites. As a customer, you will do the smart work to figure out a model and brand of your choice in an effortless manner. In addition to the existing products, new products will be added on a weekly basis.

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Image by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer
War Horse play enjoys Sydney, Australia media call at Lyric Theatre, The Star

This morning War Horse (the play – not the movie), enjoyed its Sydney media / production call.

It might have been a touch low on media attendance, but was high on talent, passion, and quality all around.

This Thursday War Horse will enjoy much more media attention with its Sydney red carpet premiere, however the Music News Australia and Media Man team were happy to get a leg up on the competition by getting an early look in at this world class production.

The acting, production, props and every other element certainly had a 5 star look and feel to it.

It’s little wonder media and audiences have been raving about the production the world over.

Media quotes…

“War Horse is extraordinary theatre. Brilliant, bold, moving, it is a world-class fusion of performance, design and specially puppetry.” The Age

“Epic… Magnificent… Impressive. You can almost smell the sweat and leather and hear the galloping hooves of their magnificent “animals” manipulated by master puppeteers.” – Herald Sun

“Outstanding. The production confidently says: Come along for the ride.” – The Australian

“Unique and breathtaking theatre.” – Radio National

“Truly a spectacle that you have to experience.” – 3AW

"Everything about War Horse looks to be 5 stars. The overall production, acting, consuming, the animal robotics. The interaction between the actors, the horses and the audience is amazing and has to be experienced to be believed. This version of War Horse is just as satisfying as the movie – maybe more so in some regards. This may just be the best play to hit Australia this year. Highly recommended – Greg Tingle, Media Director – Media Man.

The Guardian’s Michael Billington wrote in his review:

Elliott and Morris recreate the kaleidoscopic horror of war through bold imagery, including the remorseless advance of a manually operated tank, and through the line-drawings of Rae Smith projected on to a suspended screen. Admittedly the performers are somewhat eclipsed by the action … The joy of the evening, however, lies in the skilled recreation of equine life and in its unshaken belief that mankind is ennobled by its love of the horse.

Charles Spencer in The Daily Telegraph had written that, generally, "puppets are often an embarrassment, involving a lot of effort and fuss for negligible returns"; in this case, he praised the puppetry as "truly magnificent creations by the Handspring Puppet Company." The Times’ 10-year-old guest reviewer called the show "movingly and realistically brought to life" and "an emotional and compelling adaptation of the book."

In reviewing the Broadway production, Ben Brantley wrote in The New York Times, "…it is how Joey is summoned into being, along with an assortment of other animals, that gives this production its ineffably theatrical magic…Beautifully designed by Rae Smith … and Paule Constable, this production is also steeped in boilerplate sentimentality. Beneath its exquisite visual surface, it keeps pushing buttons like a sales clerk in a notions shop." Brantley suggests, "The implicit plea not to be forgotten applies not just to the villagers, soldiers and horses portrayed here, but also to theater, as an evanescent art that lives on only in audiences’ memories. Judged by that standard, much of War Horse evaporates not long after it ends. But I would wager that for a good while, you’ll continue to see Joey in your dreams."

Entertainment Weekly gave a positive review, calling the show an "imaginative, moving new Broadway drama … The play’s equine stars are the remarkable creation of Adrian Kohler and Basil Jones’ Handspring Puppet Company. As manipulated by three handlers dressed in period costumes, the life-size creatures seem to breathe, snort, feed, walk, gallop, and rear up just as naturally as the genuine articles. In no time at all, they become characters as rounded and complex as any of the humans on stage." Time magazine ranked the play as its top choice among all theatre productions in 2011.

The Wall Street Journal’s Terry Teachout praised the puppetry, but gave mixed reactions to the play: "The fundamental flaw of ‘War Horse’ is that Nick Stafford, who wrote the script ‘in association’ (that’s how the credit reads) with South Africa’s Handspring Puppet Company, has taken a book that was written for children and tried to give it the expressive weight of a play for adults. Not surprisingly, Mr. Morpurgo’s plot can’t stand the strain. Dramatic situations that work perfectly well in the context of the book play like Hollywood clichés onstage. In the first act, the craftsmanship is so exquisite that this doesn’t matter—much—but things go downhill fast after intermission. The really big problem is the last scene, about which, once again, the drama critics’ code commands silence. This much must be said, though: A play that is so forthright about the horrors of war owes its audience a more honest ending."

Theatre review aggregator Curtain Critic gave the production a score of 88 out of 100 based on the opinions of 21 critics.

WAR HORSE MEDIA RELEASE:

Internationally acclaimed critical and box office hit

War Horse…

The National Theatre of Great Britain and Global Creatures are proud to bring the multiple Tony and Olivier Award-winning War Horse, to Australia.

Applauded by critics and audiences alike, War Horse held its Australian premiere in Melbourne on New Year’s Eve at Arts Centre Melbourne’s State Theatre. After the Melbourne season War Horse will travel to Sydney for a season at the Sydney Lyric from Saturday 16 March, 2013 and to Brisbane for a season at Lyric Theatre from Saturday 6 July, 2013.

Since its world premiere in London in 2007, War Horse has won numerous prestigious awards including two Laurence Olivier Awards, five Tony Awards and four Outer Critics’ Circle Awards amongst a host of others. The Handspring Puppet Company has also won many accolades including a 2011 Special Tony Award.

“The ANZAC spirit is deeply entrenched in the Australian ethos. We expect War Horse to have a great resonance in this country not only because of our connection to World War I but because themes of the land, loss and the ultimate triumph of friendship have a special place in the Australian psyche. We are proud to produce this highly acclaimed show with the National Theatre.” says Carmen Pavlovic, CEO of Global Creatures.

Nick Stafford’s stage adaptation of Michael Morpurgo’s book, War Horse is a magnificent drama which tells the heart wrenching story of Joey, the beloved horse of a boy called Albert, who is sold to the cavalry at the outbreak of World War I and shipped to France. He’s soon caught up in enemy fire, and fate takes him on an extraordinary odyssey, serving on both sides before finding himself alone in no man’s land. But Albert cannot forget Joey and, still not old enough to enlist, he embarks on a treacherous mission to find him and bring him home.

At its heart are astonishing puppets strong enough for men to ride, created by South Africa’s Handspring Puppet Company, who bring breathing, galloping, charging horses to life on the stage. Life size horses traverse the stage, their flanks, hides and sinews built of steel, leather and aircraft cables. Actors, working with these dynamic puppets, will lead Australian audiences on an emotionally-charged journey through history.

"War Horse is a life affirming story about friendship, courage and family, which appeals to all ages. This is a production that brings the family together, we get people coming back again and again, and they always have the same reaction. It awakens something in you,” says Chris Harper, Producer, National Theatre of Great Britain.

War Horse has played to packed houses at London’s National Theatre, the West End’s New London Theatre and New York’s Vivian Beaumont Theater at Lincoln Center. A further production opened in Toronto, Canada in February 2012 and a US tour commenced in June 2012.

Steven Spielberg’s movie adaptation of Michael Morpurgo’s novel, released by DreamWorks Studios in late 2011, was nominated for six Academy Awards including Best Picture.

Directed by Marianne Elliott and Tom Morris, War Horse is designed by Rae Smith, with puppet design and fabrication by Basil Jones and Adrian Kohler for Handspring Puppet Company, lighting by Paule Constable, and movement and horse choreography by Toby Sedgwick; the puppetry directors are Basil Jones and Adrian Kohler, with video design by Leo Warner and Mark Grimmer, songmaker John Tams, music by Adrian Sutton and sound by Christopher Shutt.

Websites

Lyric Theatre, Sydney – War Horse
www.sydneylyric.com.au/index.php/whats-on/current-show/Wa…

Lyric Theatre, Sydney
www.sydneylyric.com.au

War Horse On Stage official website
www.warhorseonstage.com

The Star
www.star.com.au

Media Man Int
www.mediamanint.com

Eva Rinaldi Photography
www.evarinaldi.com

Review Shopping da Barbie

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Traditional Shopping threaten by Online Shopping

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Common shopping activities are changing by means of the exercise of the World Wide Web. Customers are not entirety paying no attention to conventional stores but are making use of them in special customs. Sellers are and require to become accustomed to the current shopper’s claim of a more enjoyable and interactive incident. Internet shopping mall and online shopping are identical to easy and maneuver means of shopping. In a chaotic life, leaving and shopping for different products in so called marketplace is more than a test. Serious traffic jam and negotiating for value or transactions are a little of the items that you shove clear of whilst shopping through online. The most benefit of online shopping is that one be able to have the advantage of purchasing something at a very reasonable price without departing his or her domicile.

The internet is frequently utilized for investigating about the products previous to purchasing at a store. Current investigation recommends 2/3 rd of people purchasing electrical goods investigates through online before buying. This contrasts with thirty five percent investigating home goods and twenty percent fashion products. A review of over thousands exposed that fourteen percent retail goods online in excess of once a week which sixty percent of applicants expect that they will pay out more online in the prospect. Online shopping is not just a youth’s crazy activity as twenty percent of present online shoppers are above fifty years of age.

The major cause mentioned for online shopping is expediency. A lot of people have complete and eventful life and online shopping online by a click of computer mouse is the quicker method. Shopping can be organized at home with flexible time of yours and the products are transported straight to the home. It reduces the necessity to utilize incompetent public convey, there are no voyage expenses and get rid of the disturbance of incoming at a store to find out a selected thing is out of store. Online shopping does have its own confronts. It can be tough to discover superior shopping websites.

A website for online shopping requires being safe, easy to find the technique and its stuffs ought to be comparatively valued. There are a lot of dissimilar merchandise sites. Some websites just review goods and others are individual blogs. It is necessary that an online retailer will convey goods punctually and let a client to return objects with no trouble if they are not pleased. There are some shopping sites that assist to support the difficult task beyond of online shopping. These sites discover attractive products from highly regarded online store and transport them jointly beneath one source. Each manufactured good is briefly evaluated and to purchase the merchandise the consumer can get on during the trader.

Several of these websites have a massive selection of products alienated into shopping groups. Numerous center on one marketplace merely, but there are a few that center on a number of countries and a large amount of products be able to be shipped to a country of preference. These are ideal sites that present the shopper fun and interesting products at the click of a button. With so much choice on the internet it often a timely task to find the product of choice. Most online stores put up countless categories of products for sale true from electronics, home and kitchen piece of equipments, computers and peripherals, camera and camcorders, mobiles and phones, music and movies to offerings, home décor substances, health and beauty goods, games and toys, jewellery, kitchenware, apparel and accessories, books, food processors, etc. to the buyers’ advantage.

Annyee : We are online shopping website in Malaysia. We are famous and we deal with different items in our online shopping store in Malaysia. If you do online shopping from our online store, you can enjoy the great discount offer for purchasing from our online shopping portal today.

Cream Tea~Flying Fifteens~Lowestoft
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The Flying Fifteens tea room is a must to visit when in Lowestoft. I feel deprived if I visit the seaside town without relaxing and eating one of these fabulous scones!!

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Read more about my experience and also about Lowestoft. wordmusing.wordpress.com/2013/09/17/the-secret/

On-line Shopping For Home Equipments

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The Internet is an excellent choice for customers who are looking to purchase home equipment. From small appliances like toasters to big home equipment like refrigerators shoppers can discover a number of choices available to them from online merchants. This article will discuss some aspects of shopping for appliances online including popular online retailers of home equipment, suggestions for comparison shopping for appliances on-line and special considerations when shopping for appliances on-line.

Well-liked Online Retailers of Home equipments

There are many retailers of home equipment who sell home equipment on-line. The majority of these retailers also have shops located in a number of locations. Nevertheless, the home equipment are also provided on-line which makes shopping for these home equipment even more convenient for the consumer. Some of the well-liked merchants of appliances include The Home Depot, Best Buy and Lowe’s. Even though all of these merchants have conventional stores where customers can buy home equipment, the shops also offer a number of appliances for sale online too. Home equipment for all parts of the house including refrigerators, stoves, dishwashers, washers, dryers, air conditions and heating systems can all be discovered on these and other web sites. Customers who opt to purchase an appliance on-line may have numerous choices available to them such as having the product delivered or picking up the product from a store.

Comparison Shopping for Home equipment On-line

Customers can use websites provided by on-line retailers for comparison buying purposes even if they intend to make their purchase from a traditional store. Traditional shops which also have an online store typically offer the same products in their online store which are available in the conventional store. As a result customers can visit the online merchants for several different shops to browse the inventory available. Customers can then print out information about the products obtainable including the features and prices of the home equipment and use these print outs to make comparisons of products. The alternative to this method of comparison buying would be for the consumer to visit all of the local stores offering appliances and compile the information. The information obtained will likely be exactly the same but the consumer will spend considerably more time comparison buying at conventional shops than they would online. This is especially true if the stores are spread out and the consumer has to travel a considerable distance to compile the information necessary for comparison shopping.

Special Considerations when Shopping for Home equipment On-line

You will find some special considerations for customers who wish to shop for appliances online. Typically one of the major advantages of online shopping is the ability to shop at retailers located around the world. Nevertheless, when purchasing big appliances there may be considerable shipping or delivery charges applicable to the buy.

Another factor to carefully consider when purchasing home equipment online is the measurements of the appliance. Most online merchants provide all of the necessary measurements in the product description. However, if all of these measurements are not provided the consumer should contact customer service for the additional information. This will help to ensure the appliance fits properly in the available space. It will also help to prevent the consumer from having to return the appliance. This can be a costly mistake because there will likely be a fee involved with either having the appliance picked up or shipping the appliance back to the online retailers.

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Hearts in a New Dimension 2014: Visual Art Animation (view in HD if at all possible)
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Image by mimitalks, married, under grace
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Note 1/24/2015 – Back to Christian Design and Video Share blog page you might have found this on: wp.me/p4j5rv-4h
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Note: 1/6/2015 – This week I’m finally putting this in Flicker groups. If you came here from my Word Press blog, this will take you back to it:
christiandesignandvideoshare.wordpress.com/2014/02/02/hea…

Have I mentioned I love hearts? To draw them, to digitally play with them???? (I put the how-to below) ‘Tis always the season…
I include the final still frame in comments. It is available via Creative Commons, as is the video is as well. For either one of them, no derivatives or commercial use. Thanks so much…………………Mimi
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With a little over 350 original created frames, this little a-little-over-a-minute visual art/video animation posted on Flickr by moi entitled (You guessed it!) "Hearts in a New Dimension 2014" gets your blood pumping. I just love to play with hearts! I include a picture link to the final frame of it in the first comment, as well as a picture link to my other heart animation videos.

My other heart animation videos on Flickr can be found here: www.flickr.com/photos/mimitalks/sets/72157629230807041/wi…

Notes to those interested in the how-to: All drawn and digital work (including the knitted-look backdrops frames) were done by moi with Paint Shop Pro 6, (originally made by JASC, later sold to Corel) honest, and the visual art/video/animation put-together and music were done with the capabilities of Pinnacle Studio HD Ultimate and holding my mouth right. Except for the basic fade transition, all effects of lighting, rotation, "punch", perspective and dimension were created with how I put the frames one after the other. Example: At the end I just duplicated the frame, made it smaller, duplicated again, made it smaller – you get the picture. Or will – if you haven’t viewed this yet! Timing was done by me as well – which is half the battle when doing this. One great thing I love about Pinnacle (product by Avid – and no, I don’t work for them) is that if you use the music that comes with it, the program can adjust the music to how fast the frames run – so you don’t have a song cut-off in mid stream. Even with that capability, though, you have to carefully choose music that "fits" the mood you are trying to create. You can use music of your own (lots available via Creative Commons on the web), but you have to choose the end of it yourself.

About the Paint Shop Pro version I use: This is one of the first versions of the program. I originally bought Paint Shop Pro 5 (for about way back in 1999, I think) on the advice of an online friend who did consulting for Microsoft and reviewed programs. I loved it, but was still very much a fledgling in the use of it. Within a few months that same friend sent me a promo code for a coupon to upgrade to vs. 6 (which you can see I still have) for bucks. That is the best eight dollars I’ve ever spent! I have 2 higher versions and do use those occasional for plug-ins, tubes I like, etc. but always use 6 as my mainstay. It is the easiest to use, pure and simple, (the higher versions still read it, though online help is gone since the company changed hands and you can no longer buy it new), and I still don’t use all of its capabilities! Why? ‘Cause I’ve never been formally trained. I learned by doing, and am still learning. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve realized I could have done something easier all this time, when Paint Shop pro held the capability to do it that way and I just didn’t realize it. Like I said, I’m still learning. This is my catharsis for all the "joys" and tensions of being 55 with a much-loved family – a hubby working 12-hour shifts, a fifteen-year-old next month still-deep-in-puberty girl teen still at home and another offspring (also still at home) who is an "adult" (his words, not mine) 🙂 As a child, I used my free time to draw and attire "ladies", while creating their life stories. Now I do this.

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