Monday, 3 October 2011

How to Get That Fitness Type Body

1. Eating to make you fit and healthy.
Six pack abs are made in the kitchen, never forget that. It doesn't matter how much you work out, but if you eat all the wrong foods, you will never achieve that sexy and fit body type.
Fast carbohydrates are the worst thing that you can put in your mouth and you simply just must cut down using them in your daily diet. If you find this extremely hard for you, take a "cheat day" once a week when you eat all you want. If you keep it at one day a week, it will not hurt your weight loss efforts.
2. Exercising to get a good looking body.
 Although the most important thing may be your daily diet, it doesn't mean that you can just forget exercising completely. Your weekly workout routines are still an important part of getting fitter.
The best way to keep your motivation towards working out high, is to do the things you like.
3. Make the decision now!
This is perhaps the most important thing of all. Many people think about getting fit and losing weight for years, yet they never get to it. In result of that, they spend their life out of shape. Do not be one of these people, you only have this one life, make the most out of it and start doing so today!

the best way to save your money!!!!

Dress and look sharp with less cash..
Let's not pretend you can look like a million bucks with $7 and change. What you can do is focus on taking a clean, elegant style and maintain and extend it without hitting the malls at all. The thrift-conscious J.D. at the Get Rich Slowly blog has 18 tips on smarter used clothing buys, whether as a staple or just a complement to your wardrobe. And, while the political hook is a bit, er, dated, we did consult with style-conscious types to help dress like a honcho with humble means. For everything else that isn't soap and a haircut, try taking on easy ways to look sharp, like de-cheap-ifying a suit, shaving with a straight razor, and using coat hangers to prove to yourself that, yes, you really do have something to wear.

Sunday, 2 October 2011

telegraph and telephone

A very early experiment in electrical telegraphy was an 'electrochemical' telegraph created by the German physician, anatomist and inventor Samuel Thomas von Sömmering in 1809, based on an earlier, less robust design of 1804 by Catalan polymath and scientist Francisco Salvá i Campillo. Both their designs employed multiple wires (up to 35) in order to visually represent almost all Latin letters and numerals. Thus, messages could be conveyed electrically up to a few kilometers (in von Sömmering's design), with each of the telegraph receiver's wires immersed in a separate glass tube of acid. An electrical current was sequentially applied by the sender through the various wires representing each digit of a message; at the recipient's end the currents electrolysed the acid in the tubes in sequence, releasing streams of hydrogen bubbles next to each associated letter or numeral.