James Monahan Profile and Articles
1). 15 Tips On How To Pick The Best Coat
A coat is a necessity in the winter season but with just the right amount of being finicky and some sense of style we might just turn this old timer outfit to a fashion statement.
2). A Bucket Full of Memories and Worth Its Weight in Gold
Moments are snapshots of our everyday lives. Some of us make moments and there are others that keep it.
3). A Cushion of Indulgence
Through time, cushions have proven to be an important furniture accent to both medieval and modern homes.
4). A Daily Dose of Planners
Indeed, our craze for getting organized and up to date has spilled over and now; we even have real people who use the concept of planning as a job.
5). A Footwear History
Footwear is estimated to have started its long history of human use during the Ice Age some 5 million years ago.
6). A History of Elasticity
Man has, since the early times, found out how useful elastic materials are. And today’s man has improved on this idea and constantly finds ways to make more elastic materials to suit his everyday needs.
7). A Primer On Engagement
Almost any couple who wishes to marry goes through a process called engagement. Before their wedding ceremonies, every married couple has gone through an engagement period. But what really is engagement? Why is it important to couples who wish to marry?
8). A Quick Peek At Several Air Deodorizer Stand-Outs
A deodorizer is a substance used to absorb or completely eliminate offensive odors. Most disinfectants use hydrogen and chlorine compounds to eliminate odors, while an adsorbent deodorizer such as silica gel makes use of an adsorbent surface to attract odorous molecules.
9). A Rundown of Several North American Conservatories
A conservatory is an educational institution with special facilities for the fine arts. Nowadays, a conservatory can be found in most continents.
10). Aluminum: The Luckiest Unlucky Super Metal
Aluminum is considered to be the second most abundant component of the earth’s crust next to the nonmetals that are oxygen and silicon.
11). Always Tired - the Problem with Fatigue
Tired? Weary? Dragging your feet to work? Feeling lazy all the time, and constantly looking for the coffee machine? That, my friend, is a clear sign of fatigue.
12). An Introduction To Chrome Plating
Chrome plating is a kind of finishing treatment that utilizes the electrolytic deposition of chromium. The thin, decorative bright chrome is the most common form of chrome plating.
13). Basement, Renew That Damp and Dark Space Into a Haven
Here are a few remodeling techniques for your basement that you can consider for that damp and dark space below your feet.
14). Bearings in Our Everyday Lives
Bearings are important to the machines we use everyday, for without them, we would need to frequently replace broken machine parts due to the wear and tear of friction.
15). Binders in Our Lives
Have you ever lost track of your appointments? Or the telephone number of an important business contact? Then the binder is for you.
16). Blindness: Escaping Darkness
Almost half of the population of blind people in the United States is over sixty five years of age. Before we get hit by this, we should check on its causes and cures to be able to deal with it.
17). Botox: The Fountain of Youth?
An opinion on botox.
18). Bound Together: The Art of Bookbinding
Bookbinding is the art of assembling a book from separate sheets of paper. If a book does not go through bookbinding, it cannot be properly called a book.
19). Brake Me!
The sound of screeching tires may be one of the most annoying things you get to hear on the streets.
20). Brass: One of the Biggest Misnomers in History
Aside from home ornaments and jewelries, you have probably heard the term brass on brass bands.
21). Broadband and Internet 101
Internet is the World Wide Web. Broadband is the medium that carries it.
22). Building Better Family Relationships
At these times when both men and women work for a living, small children are often left at home with a babysitter or at a daycare center while older ones spend the whole day at school.
23). Cabin : A Crib-Sweet-Crib
If you are still puzzled on how you’re going to patch up this and that stuff for your cabin decorating, you may want to get some hint of ideas and pointers to help you solve your quiries.
24). Camshaft : A Go For Gold
Camshaft, in its simplest definition, are the lobes in an engine that operate the valves.
25). Capacitor: An Overview
Anybody in the field of electronics would doubtless be familiar with a capacitor, but what exactly is it?
26). Car Bumper Manufacturers in China
China has begun to emerge as the economic force to reckon with in the global market. Its billion strong population has made it possible to break through almost all the markets, and these include the car bumper market.
27). Carburetor, Carburettor, Carburetter, Tomato Can?
The carburetor was invented by Wilhem Maybach. As an associate of Gottlieb Daimler, Maybach designed and developed the carburetor from which modern models are adapted from today.
28). Cellular Phones: A History of Hellos
Before the advent of cellular networks, communication with others was quite a chore. First there was the smoke signal, and then the messenger with scrolls, then the Pony Express, then the telegraph and mail, then came the telephone.
29). Chat: What You Should Know About Internet Chatting
With the advent of technology, chatting has become one of the favorite pastimes of people. What is there to hate about chatting? It is fun. It is anonymous. It can be done at the comforts of your own home.
30). Choose a Lift Chair for Life!
In today’s modern world lift chairs offer those who have difficulty sitting down and getting up from sitting the opportunity to live normal lives even with their disability.
31). Choosing and Using a Broaching Machine
Broaches are pieces of steel that have chisel point layered on its surface.
32). Closing The Case On Bookcases
In the early days, bookcases were usually made up of oak. Oaks are deemed to be the most appropriate wood to use in constructing a bookcase.
33). Cloudy Eyes: The Cataract Problem
In the United States, cataract operations are among the most common surgeries performed with over 1.5 million performed every year.
34). Containers to Store Your Food And Keep Sickness Away
Food storage is a process which has domestic and industrial importance. Containers play an important role in the storage and preservation of food.
35). Courier Through Time
Throughout history, other forms of communication advanced, and the fundamental need for a courier has taught man to use different methods and approaches to transport valuable documents and other resources from one place to another.
36). Coveralls for the Safe Everyday Man
Always dress for the occasion. That is the cardinal rule for work. If you work in a factory, or in some labor intensive area that requires you to be adequately protected, you’re going to need a good pair of coveralls. Coveralls, unlike overalls, cover the entire body excluding the head, and the hands, and are the gear of choice for factory workers, mechanics, firemen, and those in contact with industrial chemicals.
37). Crime Never Pays
Crime is a bad thing. And the previous sentence was an understatement, and an inaccurate description of the concept of Crime.
38). Decontamination Nation: Cleaning Up the Act
Decontamination for decontamination’s sake. But do you really know what decontamination can do for you?
39). Directory Assistance, Please? Directories in the Computer World
Directories, in computer science parlance, are the listings of files, documents, and other directories within a file system.
40). Do You Want Curls With That?: The History of Hair Perm Treatment and How It Works
Hair treatments have been used all through out history by women and men alike to enhance their appearances.
41). Domains: Your Friendly Address on the Internet
The beauty of domain names is this: it allows the user to use a language friendly text address instead of complicated numbers.
42). Don’t Let Interest Rates Fool You
Albert Einstein has referred to interest as the eighth wonder of the world, the greates invention of the human race, and the most powerful force in the universe.
43). Down the Drain: A History of Drainage Systems
Drains are not among the most glamorous of topic to discuss. Often times the term drain is used to denote negative things. However, if you would only look a little harder you might be surprised at how intricate, important and ingenious those drain engineers (your friendly neighborhood plumbers!) are.
44). Drafting As An Art Of Technical Drawing
Drafting is also known as technical drawing, it is the method of creating drawing for architectures and engineering.
45). Dumbells. Dumbells All Around
Are you into body building? Have the good old dumbells given you the physique that you have wanted to have? Or have you preferred working on those modern machines over the classic dumbell? Which do you think is better?
46). Easel Does It!
The easel aside from the palette and the brush is the most important equipment an artist can have. Easels provide the backbone for the painting process.
47). Elevator Action
Elevators are enclosure or platforms that are operated by cables, motors and other equipment or accessories enabling the vertical shaft to go up and down, and transport people, freight or both.
48). Emergency: A matter of life and death
Know the key points and the things you should do when emergency strikes. Here are some tips given by emergency experts that will be of effective protection for possible recovery strategies.
49). Enjoy the View – Use a Binocular
Binoculars are easy to use and more advantageous than telescopes and monoculars. They allow viewers to use both of their eyes simultaneously.
50). Essentials of an Effective Backup Strategy
Most people and businesses make the mistake of not having a backup for years worth of data. The primary reasons of foregoing this important procedure is their belief that such a disaster can never happen to them and copying data to a storage device is tedious and even a waste of time.
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