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*** IFA 2019: Innowacyjny oczyszczacz powietrza to ratunek dla alergików. Nie zabija bakterii, lecz zastępuje je probiotykami ***

Na różnego rodzaju alergie przez cały rok cierpi 20 proc. społeczeństwa. Na sezonowe odmiany kolejne 30 proc. Zaprezentowany na targach IFA 2019 oczyszczacz rozpyli specjalne probiotyki w pokoju, biurze czy hotelu. W odróżnieniu od zwykłych oczyszczaczy powietrza rozpylone przez BetterAir szczepy dobrych bakterii zastąpią i zneutralizują alergeny zawieszone w powietrzu, a także na powierzchni przedmiotów, w tym roztocza w materacach.

– Wynaleźliśmy nową formułę probiotyków, czyli dobrych bakterii, które rozprzestrzeniamy w powietrzu wewnątrz pomieszczeń, takich jak pokój, apartament, biuro, hotel czy restauracja. Nasze rozwiązanie jest w pełni naturalne. Po rozprzestrzenieniu probiotyku, znajdujące się w nim dobre bakterie zajmą miejsce tych złych, patogenów, grzybów czy moli. To częste zjawiska, gdy w pomieszczeniu jest wilgoć. Nie zabijamy ich jednak, głodzimy je, zabieramy im przestrzeń. Gdy bakterie są po prostu zabijane, tworzą się ich mutacje – mówi w rozmowie z agencją informacyjną Newseria Innowacje Manuel Oberman z BetterAir.

Stosowane w innowacyjnych oczyszczaczach powietrza probiotyki Enviro-Biotics znajdują się w specjalnym roztworze, w którym zasiedlony został szczep Bacillus Subtillis. Podczas rozpylania roztworu z powietrzem wewnątrz pomieszczenia mieszają się miliardy cząsteczek bakterii o mikronowej wielkości. W ten sposób w powietrzu wytwarza się ochronna mikroflora oczyszczająca nie tylko to, co wdychamy do płuc, lecz także powierzchnie oraz przedmioty. Dzięki temu urządzenie cechuje się dużo większą skutecznością działania niż ma to miejsce w przypadku standardowych oczyszczaczy powietrza.

– Filtracja powietrza zabija zarówno złe, jak i dobre bakterie, nie ma żadnej selekcji. Nierozsądnym jest zabicie całej populacji bakterii, skoro tych dobrych potrzebujemy. Oczyszczacze powietrza oczyszczają wyłącznie powietrze, podczas gdy np. w materacu znajduje się wiele złych bakterii stworzonych przez roztocza. Nasze probiotyki dzięki grawitacji dostają się również do materaca, eliminując odchody roztocza, jeden z najpowszechniejszych alergenów –wyjaśnia Manuel Oberman.

Rozpylanie probiotyków w powietrzu jest innowacyjnym sposobem ich aplikacji. Osoby znajdujące się wewnątrz pomieszczeń wdychają je, dzięki czemu dostają się one do organizmu i oddziałują na florę bakteryjną ciała użytkownika. Najważniejszym ich działaniem w tym akurat użyciu jest jednak oczyszczenie powietrza z alergenów.

– W Polsce, jak w całej Europie, aż 20 proc. całej populacji cierpi na jakiś rodzaj alergii przez cały rok, a kolejne 30 proc. ma również alergie sezonowe. My zmniejszamy patogen, populację złych bakterii, zastępując je dobrymi bakteriami. Przywracamy tym samym równowagę w świecie bakterii – przekonuje specjalista z BetterAir.

Z danych Amerykańskiej Akademii Astmy, Alergii i Immunologii wynika, że od ponad 50 lat na świecie notowany jest stały wzrost występowania chorób alergicznych. Już nawet połowa dzieci w wieku szkolnym może być uczulona na co najmniej jeden powszechnie występujący alergen.



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*** Eksploracja oceanu jest możliwa z domu. Wystarczy internet, bizneswiadomosci UniMarter
*** Eksploracja oceanu jest możliwa z domu. Wystarczy internet, by móc sterować podwodnym pojazdem ***

Więcej wiemy o kosmosie niż o morzach i oceanach. Ludziom udało się zbadać tylko około 5 proc. dna oceanu i ok. 20 proc. powierzchni oceanów. Mamy lepsze mapy Marsa i Wenus niż dna morskiego. Głębiny oceanów wciąż skrywają wiele tajemnic. Niewielki odsetek światowych raf koralowych zbadano głębiej niż na 40 metrów. Dzięki Aalto Explorer może się to zmienić. To sieć technologii podwodnej, która umożliwia odkrywanie głębin morskich z dowolnego miejsca przy wykorzystaniu sieci 5G. Dron Aalto Explorer pozwala eksplorować oceany za pomocą wirtualnej rzeczywistości.

– Aalto Explorer jest pierwszym pojazdem sterowanym za pośrednictwem platformy społecznościowej, przeznaczonym do eksploracji mórz i oceanów. Wyposażony jest on w panel słoneczny, który może wytworzyć wystarczającą ilość energii elektrycznej dla całego systemu. Komunikuje się, wykorzystując technologię 5G  – mówi w rozmowie z agencją informacyjną Newseria Innowacje Annie Tran, członek zespołu Aalto Explorer.

Aalto Explorer składa się z podwodnego drona lub zdalnie sterowanego pojazdu (z ang.ROV - Remotely Operated Vehicle), zwanego Find-X. Zespół niedawno zbudował prototypowy ROV trzeciej generacji, który może sięgać głębiej niż poprzednie wersje. Poprzedni ROV mógł podróżować na głębokość 50 metrów, ale nowa wersja może zejść już nawet do 100 metrów.

Dzięki Aalto Explorer nie ma potrzeby kupowania podwodnych dronów czy wzięcia udziału w wyprawach nurkowych. Wystarczy internet. Dzięki platformie uzyskuje się dostęp do drona i w ten sposób można go kontrolować. Do wyprawy można dołączyć jako zwykły pasażer i w ten sposób poznawać podwodny świat. Badacze mogą skorzystać na bieżąco z gromadzonych danych. Kapitan sam wybiera, dokąd ma popłynąć podwodny dron. Uczestnicy tworzą załogę, która może się komunikować ze sobą tak, jakby podróżowali razem, nawet jeśli znajdują się w zupełnie innych miejscach.

– Jako pasażer oczywiście nie ma się kontroli nad systemem, zaś bilety dla „pasażerów” kosztują obecnie 10 euro, lecz później możemy wycenić je na 40 lub 50 euro, kiedy system będzie w pełni gotowy. Może być on również dostępny nieodpłatnie. Jeśli danego dnia użytkownik ma wolną jedną godzinę, możemy udostępnić system na tę godzinę. System jest zdalnie sterowany i w przypadku wystarczającej ilości energii elektrycznej, możemy się udać tak daleko, jak chcemy – wskazuje Annie Tran.

Twórcy Aalto Explorer podkreślają, że ich celem jest zapewnienie możliwości eksploracji oceanu wszystkim, bez konieczności zakupu drogiego sprzętu lub dalekich podróży. Podwodny dron może się też okazać pomocny w zbadaniu tajemnic głębin oceanu. Członkowie załogi mogą korzystać z 360-stopniowej kamery ROV do podwodnej eksploracji oraz klawiatury i myszy, aby kontrolować widok. Efekty wizualne mogą też zostać przesłane do zestawu VR, dając członkom załogi perspektywę, jakby faktycznie znajdowali się w łodzi podwodnej.

Jak wynika z danych Biura Eksploracji i Badań Oceanicznych NOAA, ludziom udało się zbadać tylko około 5 proc. dna oceanu i maksymalnie 20 proc. ogółu powierzchni. Wiemy więcej o kosmosie niż o oceanach. Mapy Marsa i Wenus są znacznie dokładniejsze niż morskiego dna – 98 proc. powierzchni Wenus zostało zmapowane do rozdzielczości około 100 metrów. W przypadku dna oceanu – 10–15 proc. Jednocześnie tylko w USA budżet na eksplorację oceanów stanowi ok. 1 proc. budżetu na eksplorację kosmosu.

– Chcemy być takim Google Street View dla oceanu. Google już realizowało taki projekt w wersji Beta, mam nadzieję, że pozyskamy odpowiednie inwestycje, żeby rozwinąć ten pomysł. Możemy jednak udać się głębiej, do dna morskiego i w pewnym stopniu będziemy mogli zobaczyć, co znajduje się na dnie poszczególnych oceanów czy mórz. Obecnie jesteśmy na etapie trzeciego prototypu i w maju 2020 r. planujemy zakończyć prace – zapowiada Annie Tran.

Zespół chce rozszerzyć projekt – planuje zbudować pięć nowych ROV-ów, każdy do eksploracji innego oceanu. Obecnie przedsięwzięcie można finansować społecznościowo na Indiegogo.



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*** Co roku dochodzi do 27 tysięcy pożarów budynków mieszkaln bizneswiadomosci UniMarter
*** Co roku dochodzi do 27 tysięcy pożarów budynków mieszkalnych. Dzięki biernej ochronie przeciwpożarowej mogłoby ich być zdecydowanie mniej ***

Strażacy w 2018 roku wyjeżdżali do 149 tys. pożarów. Prawie połowa z nich miała miejsce w obiektach handlowo-usługowych, coraz więcej jest też pożarów w budynkach mieszkalnych. Rocznie wybucha ich ok. 27 tysięcy. Przed pożarem można się jednak zabezpieczyć. Wdrożenie biernej ochrony przeciwpożarowej spowalnia rozprzestrzeniania się ognia, zapewnia trwałość konstrukcji i zwiększa bezpieczeństwo ludzi.

– Bierna ochrona przeciwpożarowa polega na zastosowaniu prostych materiałów budowlanych, jak różnego rodzaju płyty, lakiery, farby, ale poprzez umiejętną aplikację i odpowiednią produkcję tych materiałów zapewniamy, że te elementy budowlane, które powinny być zabezpieczane, uzyskują klasę odporności ogniowej – tłumaczy w rozmowie z agencją informacyjną Newseria Biznes Tomasz Mazanek, menadżer ds. sprzedaży w firmie Promat Techniczna Ochrona Przeciwpożarowa.

Komenda Główna Państwowej Straży Pożarnej podaje, że w 2018 roku odnotowano 149 tys. pożarów – blisko połowa miała miejsce w sklepach, hurtowniach czy lokalach gastronomicznych. Coraz częściej do pożarów dochodzi w obiektach mieszkalnych (wzrost o ponad 1,1 tys. rdr.) – średnio co roku pali się ich 27 tys. (dane za raportem Promat „Bierna ochrona przeciwpożarowa”). Części pożarów można byłoby uniknąć dzięki wdrożeniu biernej ochrony przeciwpożarowej, choć – zdaniem eksperta – sytuacja i tak wygląda już coraz lepiej.

– Tak naprawdę trudnością nie jest dobranie odpowiedniego materiału, ale jego aplikacja, montaż, aby w trakcie pożaru ten materiał po prostu nie odpadł, ale spełniał swoją funkcję. Producenci, którzy pojawili się w Polsce, wnosząc nowe technologie, spowodowali, że poziom biernej ochrony przeciwpożarowej bardzo urósł. Mamy najwyższy poziom europejski, znacznie wyższy niż w niektórych krajach np. Europy Południowej – przekonuje Tomasz Mazanek.

Od 1994 roku, kiedy wprowadzono nowe Prawo budowlane, zaostrzono wymogi techniczne, jakie powinny spełniać budynki. W przepisach uwzględniono m.in. zmiany dotyczące biernej ochrony przeciwpożarowej. Obecnie zabezpiecza ona konstrukcje tunelowe i przejścia instalacyjne, przewody wentylacyjne i oddymiające, przede wszystkim zwiększa wytrzymałość konstrukcji. Z raportu Promat wynika, że przeciętna stalowa konstrukcja uzyskuje temperaturę krytyczną po 10 minutach pożaru, ale w obecności gazów palnych nawet w ciągu sekundy. W efekcie konstrukcja może się zawalić, a dzięki biernej ochronie jest zaś znacznie trwalsza.

– Produkty stosowane do biernej ochrony przeciwpożarowej są bardzo bezpieczne. To, co stosowane jest w Polsce, opiera się na najwyższych standardach w zakresie testów ogniowych i badań. Także kontrola jest w Polsce na bardzo wysokim poziomie. Jeśli więc mamy do czynienia z nowymi inwestycjami, nowymi budynkami i one są zabezpieczone atestowanymi, aprobowanymi systemami, możemy się czuć bezpiecznie – mówi przedstawiciel Promat.

Wraz z pojawianiem się nowych materiałów oraz budowaniem wieżowców pojawiają się nowe wyzwania związane z bezpieczeństwem przeciwpożarowym ludzi przebywających w takich budynkach. Promat pracuje np. nad powłoką, która poprawiłaby odporność na ogień dotychczas łatwopalnych elementów konstrukcyjnych.

– Mamy do czynienia z ciągłym postępem, pojawiają się kompozytowe rozwiązania. Mamy do czynienia z konstrukcjami sprężonymi, różnymi rodzajami stali, pojawiają się profile stalowe coraz cieńsze, ekonomiczne, ale niestety bardziej narażone na ogień. To wyzwania, z którymi się mierzymy, ale radzimy sobie z tym naprawdę nieźle – ocenia Tomasz Mazanek.



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*** Zagrożenia terrorystyczne napędzają rynek środków ochron bizneswiadomosci UniMarter
*** Zagrożenia terrorystyczne napędzają rynek środków ochrony indywidualnej. Wykorzystuje je nie tylko wojsko i służby specjalne, lecz także przemysł ***

Rynek środków ochrony indywidualnej nieustannie rośnie. Wpływają na to m.in. ryzyka związane z atakami terrorystycznymi mogącymi wykorzystywać broń chemiczną i biologiczną czy przenoszenie się wirusów. Powodzenie akcji ratowniczych czy misji wojskowych zależy w dużej mierze od stosowanego sprzętu. Rozwiązania ochrony dróg oddechowych, ale też ochrony słuchu i wzroku są już codziennością w przemyśle.  

– Żyjemy w globalnej wiosce. Każdego dnia miliony ludzi przemieszczają się i mogą przenosić różnego typu wirusy i bakterie. Dodatkowo zagrożenie atakami terrorystycznymi, w których terroryści mogą wykorzystywać broń biologiczną i chemiczną, powoduje, że organizacje w poszczególnych krajach muszą być przygotowane na reagowanie i muszą mieć sprzęt, aby zabezpieczyć własne służby oraz społeczeństwo – podkreśla  w rozmowie z agencją informacyjną Newseria Biznes Dariusz Packi, dyrektor ds. rozwoju rynku służb mundurowych na Europę Wschodnią w Dziale Bezpieczeństwa Pracy firmy 3M.

Ze sprzętu ochronnego korzystają przede wszystkim odpowiednie służby, m.in. straż pożarna, policja, a także wojsko. Coraz częściej po zaawansowane środki ochrony indywidualnej sięga także przemysł. Wykonywanie zawodu podwyższonego ryzyka wiąże się z ciągłą ekspozycją na szkodliwe i gwałtownie zmieniające się warunki. Niekorzystne czynniki, takie jak temperatura, hałas czy zanieczyszczone powietrze, mogą być przyczyną wielu chorób i uciążliwych dolegliwości.

– W zależności od potrzeb danego rynku i użytkowników funkcjonują różne rodzaje ochrony dróg oddechowych. To środki izolujące, których użytkownik oddycha powietrzem z jakiegoś zbiornika, np. butli z powietrzem, lub też sprzęt filtrujący, dzięki któremu oddycha się powietrzem atmosferycznym, oczyszczanym poprzez specjalne filtropochłaniacze – tłumaczy Dariusz Packi.

Na rynku dostępny jest sprzęt filtrujący (maski przeciwgazowe i aparaty z wymuszonym przepływem powietrza z filtropochłaniaczami spełniającymi normę CBRN) i sprzęt izolujący (powietrzne aparaty oddechowe i aparaty ucieczkowe). Zapewnienie czystego powietrza jest niezbędne podczas pracy w miejscach, gdzie występują szczególnie niebezpieczne zanieczyszczenia. Systemy z wymuszonym przepływem powietrza oraz sprężonego powietrza zapewniają ochronę nie tylko przed zanieczyszczeniami, lecz także przed zagrożeniami dla głowy i twarzy oraz oczu.

– W naszej ofercie mamy urządzenie unikatowe na skalę światową. To np. zastosowanie kamery termowizyjnej w masce, która jest częścią aparatu powietrznego. Ratownik czy strażak, który idzie na akcję, gdzie widoczność może być bardzo mocno ograniczona albo wręcz zerowa ze względu na bardzo duże zadymienie, może się posiłkować obrazem termowizyjnym wewnątrz maski, dostępnym przez cały czas trwania akcji. Dzięki wbudowanej kamerze ratownik cały czas ma wolne obie ręce – podkreśla Dariusz Packi. – To rozwiązanie jest nowinką na skalę światową. Wprowadzono je już w wielu krajach, staramy się to zrobić również w Polsce. Liczymy na to, że po zakończeniu całego koniecznego procesu certyfikacji w naszym kraju to będzie możliwe.

W przypadku operacji wojskowych dla żołnierzy równie ważna jest ochrona słuchu. Użytkowany sprzęt poza funkcją ochrony musi jednocześnie zapewnić możliwość usłyszenia napływających komunikatów radiowych, zlokalizowania różnych dźwięków lub przekazania szeptem komunikatu, bez konieczności zdejmowania ochronnika. Żołnierz z urazem akustycznym stanowi zagrożenie nie tylko dla siebie i innych, lecz także dla powodzenia całej misji.

– Funkcja regulowanego tłumienia daje możliwość odsłuchu dźwięków otoczenia i doskonałą świadomość sytuacyjną oraz orientację przestrzenną. W momencie pojawienia się krótkotrwałego hałasu impulsowego powyżej 82 dB, aktywny ochronnik automatycznie przechodzi w tryb pasywny, zapewniając nam należną ochronę słuchu – mówi Wojciech Mazij, dyrektor ds. rozwoju rynku służb mundurowych w Polsce w firmie 3M.

Elektroniczne ochronniki słuchu z funkcją regulowanego tłumienia dobierane są w zależności od rodzaju hałasu. Tego typu rozwiązania sprawdzają się najlepiej w hałasie impulsowym. Mikrofony wielokierunkowe umożliwiają z kolei odsłuch dźwięków otoczenia i komunikację w środowisku o niższym poziomie hałasu.

– Nasze najnowsze rozwiązanie to taktyczny ochronnik słuchu o regulowanym tłumieniu VI generacji. Wdrożyliśmy w nim kilka nowych, innowacyjnych technologii, między innymi technologię NIB – Natural Interaction Behaviour, która umożliwia prowadzenie zawężonej komunikacji dwukierunkowej w układzie dupleksowym dla maksymalnie 4 osób w obszarze do 10 metrów – zaznacza ekspert 3M.

Rozwiązania z zakresu ochrony słuchu najnowszej generacji wyposażone zostały w technologię Bluetooth MultiPoint, która umożliwia bezprzewodowe połączenie z kilkoma telefonami.

– Chcemy nadążać za technologią sieci komórkowej. W tej chwili mamy najbardziej zaawansowany ochronnik nie tylko z funkcją regulowanego tłumienia, lecz także z technologią Bluetooth MultiPoint, która pozwala na jednoczesne podłączenie do dwóch telefonów komórkowych. Ochronnik został dodatkowo wyposażony w radiotelefon analogowo-cyfrowy do komunikacji dwukierunkowej na duże odległości – mówi Wojciech Mazij. 



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*** Wcześnie wykryty czerniak może być uleczalny. Po lecie warto zbadać znamiona u dermatologa ***

Lato to trudny czas dla skóry – nadmierna ekspozycja na słońce powoduje większe ryzyko zachorowania na czerniaka. Dlatego po zakończeniu sezonu warto zbadać powierzchnię skóry, np. wideodermatoskopem, przy użyciu kamery i komputera w celu oceny znamion na ciele. Z kolei osoby, które planują jesienią wyjazd do ciepłych krajów, powinny na razie zrezygnować z niektórych zabiegów medycyny estetycznej, np. peelingów laserowych. Wysoka temperatura i ostre słońce powodują, że czas gojenia po zabiegu trwa znacznie dłużej.

Czerniak to nowotwór złośliwy powstający w komórkach barwnikowych, tzw. melanocytach. Najczęściej rozwija się w skórze, zwłaszcza nóg, pleców i karku, może jednak wystąpić także w obrębie ust, nosa i gałki ocznej, a nawet warg sromowych. Choroba ta może dotknąć każdego, w grupie podwyższonego ryzyka znajdują się jednak przede wszystkim osoby o jasnej karnacji, blond lub rudych włosach, mające piegi lub dużą ilość znamion na skórze, oraz regularnie korzystające z solarium lub przebywające na słońcu dłużej niż godzinę dziennie. Podstawowym czynnikiem ryzyka jest bowiem ekspozycja na promieniowanie słoneczne, zarówno naturalne, jak i sztuczne, występujące w lampach opalających.

– Ponadto czynnikiem ryzyka są czynniki genetyczne, czyli występowanie czerniaka skóry w rodzinie, a także oparzenia słoneczne, zwłaszcza do 18. roku życia. Kolejnym czynnikiem jest także olbrzymie wrodzone znamię barwnikowe czy zespół znamion dysplastycznych – mówi agencji informacyjnej Newseria Biznes dr n. med. Małgorzata Marcinkiewicz, dermatolog w Medicover.

Zachorowalność na czerniaka stale wzrasta. Jak pokazują dane Krajowego Rejestru Nowotworów, w Polsce co roku nowotwór ten diagnozuje się u blisko 3,5 tys. osób, podczas gdy w połowie lat 90. liczba ta wynosiła niespełna 1,5 tys. Dla ponad tysiąca Polaków rocznie czerniak okazuje się chorobą śmiertelną. Nowotwór ten charakteryzuje się agresywnym przebiegiem i dość szybkim rozwojem. Rozpoznany we wczesnym stadium może być jednak całkowicie uleczalny. Przyczyną wysokiej liczby zgonów jest zbyt późna diagnoza i brak profilaktyki.

– Ekspozycji na promieniowanie słoneczne nie unikniemy. Codziennie jesteśmy na nią narażeni, idąc do pracy czy spacerując z psem, ale możemy różnymi sposobami spowodować, że to ryzyko będzie o wiele mniejsze. Jednym z takich sposobów, który powinniśmy na co dzień wykorzystywać, są kremy z filtrami przeciwsłonecznymi – mówi dr Małgorzata Marcinkiewicz.

Kremy powinny zawierać dobre jakościowo i wysokie filtry przeciw UVA, UVB, promieniowaniu podczerwonemu oraz światłu widzialnemu, o którym coraz częściej się mówi w kontekście stresu oksydacyjnego. Preparaty należy nakładać na 20 minut przed ekspozycją na promieniowanie, powtarzając aplikację po każdych 2 godzinach spędzonych na słońcu. Istotna jest ilość preparatu – na całe ciało powinno się zużyć ok. 35 ml kremu, czyli mniej więcej dwie pełne łyżki stołowe.

Istotnym elementem zapobiegania chorobie jest regularne poddawanie się badaniom profilaktycznym znamion. Warto to zrobić po zakończeniu sezonu letniego. Dermatolodzy zalecają wykonywanie przynajmniej raz w roku takich badań, jak dermatoskopia czy wideodermatoskopia. W przypadku pierwszego z nich lekarz dokonuje oględzin z pomocą dermatoskopu, ręcznego urządzenia pozwalającego na obejrzenie znamion w powiększeniu. W drugim z tych badań wykorzystywany jest komputer i specjalna kamera umożliwiająca wykonanie skanu ciała. Dermatoskop pozwala uzyskać dziesięciokrotne powiększenie znamienia, w wideodermatoskopii możliwe jest natomiast osiągnięcie od dwudziestokrotnego do ponadstukrotnego powiększenia.

– Dzięki temu możemy dokładnie spojrzeć w dane znamię – mówi dr Małgorzata Marcinkiewicz. – Jest to dokładniejsze narzędzie i pozwala nam na archiwizację zdjęć. Kiedy zgłosimy się na ponowną kontrolę, możemy porównać znamię i ewentualne zmiany, które w nim zaszły.

Dermatolodzy radzą także, by osoby, które planują jeszcze wyjazd do ciepłych krajów, wstrzymały się jeszcze z niektórymi zabiegami z zakresu laseroterapii, choćby lubianych przez kobiety peelingami laserowymi i fotoodmładzaniem. Paniom, które mimo wszystko zdecydują się na tego rodzaju zabiegi, zaleca się bezwzględne unikanie słońca przez minimum 4 tygodnie oraz stosowanie wysokiej ochrony przeciwsłonecznej w kremach.

– Jeżeli jest ciepło na zewnątrz i słońce operuje cały czas, to musimy pamiętać, że zakres ochrony przeciwsłonecznej musi być w takim okresie pozabiegowym bardzo intensywny. Powinniśmy stosować kremy z wysokim filtrem, co najmniej pięćdziesiątką, bądź kremy z filtrami mineralnymi, które odbijają każde promieniowanie słoneczne – mówi dr n. med. Patrycja Wachowska-Kelly, lekarz medycyny estetycznej w Medicover.

Jak podkreśla, nie oznacza to, że kobiety muszą rezygnować ze wszystkich zabiegów. Do tych bezpiecznych należą m.in. mezoterapia oraz zabiegi z wykorzystaniem toksyny botulinowej. 



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***Caught in the "Riptide": a Review***

Has a book ever grabbed you long before your hands met the cover, long before your eyes glossed over the jacket copy? Has a book ever compelled you long before you heard the rhythm of its prose, long before its glossy pages slipped between your fingers?A book did that for me. "Riptide" did that for me.It was last year. I was in Cape Cod on vacation, enjoying lazy late spring mornings on the sand dunes and afternoons browsing through touristy shops for the best souvenirs. During the course of the day, I chanced upon a pamphlet detailing, among other things, the work of local writers. There, in crisp black and white, was an image of the cover of "Riptide" -- a dog standing high atop a grassy dune, head into the wind, hair blown back, overlooking the ocean.I knew at once that -- despite the fact that Riptide is a children's book and I have no children -- I must have this book.My husband and I hunted high and low for that book, and despite the fact that we tore apart every bookshop on Cape Cod, it was nowhere to be found. And though I enjoyed every moment of my Cape Cod Holiday, I went home empty-handed and ever so slightly disappointed.Happily though, we live in an age of technology, and weeks later, I came home from work to find a book-sized box waiting for me. And there it was -- my much sought-after "Riptide" right on my own front step."Riptide" is easily the most beautiful book I've ever laid eyes on, both in the way of its prose and its artwork.Frances Ward Weller writes exquisite prose. Her prose delivers the romance of the shoreline, with words that are certain to enchant adults and a rhythm sure to sooth any child...They called him Rip. Riptide Windjammer. Not Scout or Pal or any of the plain old names for dogs they knew. Riptide for a current that runs out to sea when sandbars crumble. Windjammer for a ship that runs before the wind."Riptide" is illustrated to perfection by Robert J. Blake, an experienced book illustrator for both children and adults. His oil based illustrations capture the essence of the New England seashore. In his paintings, you feel the rush of the wind and the sting of the sea spray. His paintings are full of motion and sunshine. Children will love these paintings, and they would make beautiful framed prints for any aficionado of the seashore."Riptide" would make a beautiful coffee table book, as well.Based on the true story of a dog who loved the sea, "Riptide" is sure to keep any child captivated. It's a book that an adult would not mind reading again and again to the child in his or her life.**One word of caution:"Riptide" may not be suitable for very young children, as several of the closing pages are disturbing, both in content and in illustration.Lisa is an author on http: / / www.Writing.Com / which is a site for Creative Writing

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***Faith and (a) Mystery***

The Oculi Incident
Regis Schilken
Turnkey Press, 2005.
ISBN 0976498138, $16.95 US, 346 pages.Religious thrillers have grabbed the attention of the reading public since Dan Brown?s The DaVinci Code became a huge hit. Since, several books, some by new authors but many by established writers, have come onto the market, bringing tales of hidden manuscripts or miraculous events.The Oculi Incident by Regis Schilken is one such book. The book begins with the disappearance of a monk from a monastery. Eventually, the investigation yields nothing and the monk is assumed to have simply given up his vows and retreated into the world. Seven years later, in the same town, at an old, run-down Catholic church, a crucifix is purported to be weeping from the oculi, a latin word for eye.This creates a stir, first locally, then nationally. Pilgrims and tourists flock to the church, bringing donations with them, and the church coffers begin to overflow. While this may be good news for the parish priests (and for the diocese), the lead priest, Father Logue, has his doubts. He wants to take the crucifix down and examine it for evidence of foul play but is prevented by the diocese?s bishop, who believes the weeping to be miraculous.Yet, the bishop concedes that the crucifix may be examined, so long as it remains hanging and untouched. As technicians come in to scan it, and as others begin to take a closer look, mysterious things begin to happen: a priest from Rome is shot, a nun is murdered, and Father Logue is blackmailed into giving large weekly offerings to a ?voice? who visits him in confession.Logue eventually enlists the aid of a police officer, and as the officer investigates, he begins to learn startling facts that suggest all may not be as it seems with the weeping crucifix. As Officer Comstock gets closer and closer to the truth, trouble comes to a head. There is a shootout, a fall through the plaster ceiling in the church, and a wrap-up of the story. At the end, as those involved believe the weeping crucifix to be a hoax, something miraculous begins once again to happen, and they, and the reader, are left to ponder whether such things are truly miraculous or sad hoaxes.This book is a good read for those interested in issues of faith and religion, or for those who like a good thriller on rainy days when you cannot go outside but desire to curl up with an interesting book.(You can order this book from Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, or Borders.com.)Jeremy M. Hoover is a book reviewer and writer. He writes promotional and content articles for website owners. To order articles, go to his website, http: / / www.jhooverwebcopy.com.To request a review, email Jeremy at jeremyhoover AT gmail.com, or visit his review website, http: / / www.hooverreviews.blogspot.com

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***Book Review for The Margaret Ellen, A Karen Cobia Mystery by RC Burdick***

I?ve discovered a new favorite author, and his name is RC Burdick.The Margaret Ellen is an ocean-drenched mystery, filled with vibrant characters, palpable sea breezes, and spine-tingling suspense. It?s a story that lingers in the reader?s mind for days, conjuring up images of blustery sky and sea, saltwater-dampened hair, and personalities that spring to life from the rapidly turned pages. Like a great film, it?s over far too soon.Karen ?Seaweed? Cobia is in a dilemma. Treading water in unsatisfactory relationships, Seaweed knows something has to change. As the charming, boyish charter boat captain sets out to right the wrongs in her life, she finds herself smack dab in the middle of a juicy murder investigation.Seaweed and soon-to-be-ex boyfriend, Angus Loman, discover a body bobbing in the surf off Hangman?s Key, an island on the west coast of Florida. Eva Park, local well-known philanthropist, is found face down in the surf with her hands and feet bound and a bullet in her forehead. Because Seaweed was raised by her sea-loving father, owner of Cobia?s Bait, Tackle, and Charter Service, her resultant marine expertise aids in the murder investigation. The crusty local detective, Myers, begrudgingly accepts her assistance. Nicknamed ?Grim Lips,? Myers continues to seek out Karen?s help as his regard for her skill intensifies.As the mystery unfolds, a peculiar woman approaches Seaweed for help, embroiling her more deeply in the intrigue. Seaweed tries to balance the life she craves on the ocean with the promise to help the young woman, but instead is catapulted toward a dangerous liaison with the devious culprit who wants her dead.Mr. Burdick?s first mystery is a masterpiece ? the sense of place is alive and tantalizing; the scenes are vibrant and tangible. I still taste the salt from the onion rings; feel the condensation on the caf? tabletop; and sense the rolling of The Margaret Ellen as it moves through the swells. Burdick?s knowledge of boats, waterways, fishing, and life on the Florida coast is dazzling, and lends credibility to the work.The Margaret Ellen is reminiscent of John D MacDonald?s Travis Magee series. As much as I love Travis Magee, I must say that I felt closer to Burdick?s characters and more securely at the helm of The Margaret Ellen than I did with Magee?s houseboat, The Busted Flush. Is that a travesty?The natural dialogue is brilliantly set to the rustling of sea oats and whistling Austrian pines. The interplay between Seaweed and her father is priceless, emotive, and genuine. Evocative of real life, it brings to mind my own precious relationships with my three daughters. When I finished The Margaret Ellen, I was left with the paradox of deep satisfaction coupled with a strong yearning for more. I cared about these characters, and want to know what happens next. Mr. Burdick has hinted at a sequel and will undoubtedly have a long line of readers anxiously awaiting its release!Aaron Paul Lazar resides in Upstate New York with his wife, three daughters, two grandsons, mother-in- law, two dogs, and three cats. After writing in the early morning hours, he works as an electrophotographic engineer at NexPress Solutions Inc., part of Kodak's Graphic Communications Group, in Rochester, New York. Additional passions include vegetable, fruit, and flower gardening; preparing large family feasts; photographing his family, gardens, and the breathtakingly beautiful Genesee Valley; cross-country skiing across the rolling hills; playing a distinctly amateur level of piano, and spending ?time? with the French Impressionists whenever possible.Although he adored raising his three delightful daughters, Mr. Lazar finds grandfathering his ?two little buddies? to be one of the finest experiences of his life. Double Forte', the first in the series, was published in January 2005. Upstaged, number two, is in production. With eight books under his belt, Mr. Lazar is currently working on the ninth, which features Gus LeGarde and his family. http: / / www.legardemysteries.com

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A tuxedo is a perfect outfit for many occasions. Although a few men attempt to get by with an evening shirt featuring a simple turndown collar and French cuffs, it is advisable to wear a proper tuxedo shirt.While a tuxedo shirt is normally white in color, off-white is acceptable as well. Pleated shirts are given preference as they have a more formal appearance although shirts that do not have pleats may feature some texture, like piqu?, to give it a crisp and luxurious look. Shirts that are commonly worn with a tuxedo include those with a wing collar, turndown collar and mandarin collar.A wing-collar shirt; a shirt with a stand-up collar that has ends, which are folded over to create ?wings"; is found in the traditional tuxedo shirt. It is generally coupled with a bow tie and cummerbund, and sometimes with an ascot. Tabs are by and large worn behind the tie.The bow tie is a fashion accessory, popularly worn with other formal attire, such as suits or dinner jackets, most commonly by men. It consists of a ribbon of fabric tied around the collar in a symmetrical manner such that the two opposite ends form loopsA turndown-collar shirt is a formal shirt with a collar similar to a business-style dress shirt. It is generally accessorized with a bow tie. This style can be worn with a tuxedo although it is less official than a winged-collar shirt.The mandarin-collar shirt is a new style of formal shirt featuring a short band collar only about one inch high, expressly designed to be worn without a tie. The shirt's top button can be adorned with a button cover.A band-collar shirt is a tuxedo shirt without a collar. This shirt can have a pleated or plain front. It is worn with either a button cover or collar band. Although people believe that the band-collar is a dress shirt, it is a casual style and hence not appropriate for weddings and funerals.Tuxedo formal wear suits are available for your purchase and for your rental needs. Going out on the town for a splashy evening meal with a hot date, you can look your best in a tuxedo. She may not expect you to be so dressed, but the ultimate effect is one that will give you an appeal that she just can?t refuse.When a regular suit, and tie are just not going to cut it. Get in to the social world by dressing the part, and this will include a tuxedo that is tailored to fit your personal size and your personal preferences.If you are getting ready to go out on a date with a star you most likely are going to need tuxedo formal wear. If you are getting married, if you are in the wedding party or if you are parents of the bride and groom chances are you need a tuxedo as well. A tuxedo is worn to the prom, to the special ball, to the sweet sixteen parties you are going to attend, and to the bar mitzvah and the special holiday occasions that you will be planning for family.Purchasing a classic tuxedo is a sensible investment if you anticipate wearing it on a couple of occasions. If you do not own a tuxedo, renting one is inexpensive. And your appearance in Tuxedo at that special occasion makes you even specialSrinivas is a prolific author with more than 5 years of experience in writing on various subjects. He did MBA from SYMBIOSIS, INDIA. He can be reached at srinivas.nudurupati@gmail.com

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The earliest known opal jewelry artifacts uncovered in a cave in Kenya by famous anthropologist Louis Leakey were said to have dated back to about 4000 B.C., and were most likely originated from Ethiopia. History shows that the discovery and cultivation of the opal stone was important to the prestige and power of several ancient civilizations. As early humans continued to unearth various new and rare gemstones from the caves and crevices in which they were deposited hundreds of years before, they soon learned how to work them into decorative shapes. Once the craft of shaping opal jewelry was mastered, these mysteriously illuminating gems were rendered priceless, and revered for symbolizing great power and wealth.What is Opal?The modern name for the opal gem is derived from the Latin word ?Opalus,? meaning: ?to see a color change.? Scientifically, opal is an amorphous mineraloid comprised of water and a rich mix of silica composites. Opal jewelry may range anywhere in color from white or grey, to black. Black opals are the most valuable and widely known type of opal, because the rainbow of colors that the opal stone omits appears much more vibrant when standing-out against the backdrop of a darker stone. Black opals are unique and very expensive. This is because they can only be found in one location in all of the world. The place is called Lightning Ridge, and it is in Northern New South Wales. This miners? dream is home to hundreds of millions of dollars worth of precious black opal stones?stone?s whose net worth value can be priced at such exponential rates as up to $15,000 per carat.Where does Opal come from?Since the late 19th Century, Australia has been the number one country in opal export and production, contributing more than ninety percent of the global output. Opal of differing qualities occurs in over twenty other countries, and is particularly indigenous to Zambia, Ethiopia, Peru, Indonesia, New South Wales, New Zealand, Brazil, and Mexico.What makes Opal Jewelry so Special?Opal, whose colors changed with every shift of light, was rarer than pearls and diamonds, and destined to be the most common gem to be associated with the reflection of one?s innermost desires and dreams. Early races believed that the opal stone possessed mystical energies that would enable its wearer to see the future. Opal jewelry is said to carry within it an innate sense of magic, and obtain the powers of prophetic insight and understanding for its wearer. Opal?s beautifully reflecting and ever-changing spectral hues were believed to be a powerful and potent charm which allowed one to let go of their inhibitions and encouraged spontaneity. Opal jewelry is also rumored to aid in obtaining clarity. The opal, which looks different at every angle from which the stone is viewed, is said to have the power to amplify and mirror internal feelings, buried emotions, and desires. According to ancient Arabian folklore, the opal stone descended from heaven in powerful flashes of lightning. To the Romans, opal was considered to be a token of hope and one of purity.Colors of Opal JewelryThe truly unique thing about opal is that it displays all the colors of the color spectrum in a so-called ?play of color,? that results from the diffraction of light when passing through the tiny silica spheres that exist deep within the infrastructure of the opal. This means that the rainbow colors on the surface of the stone will move and change dramatically when you shift and rotate the stone in the palm of your hand. The value of each individual opal varies greatly in accordance with several different factors which determine its worth: such as body tone (or backdrop color), play of color, colors present, brilliance, pattern, shape, size, and cut of stone. Generally, black opal jewelry is the most highly coveted form of opal. The lighter gray and whiter body tones are more abundant in nature, and slightly less thrilling to the naked eye.The Opal and MagicIn the middle ages, the opal was known as the ?eye stone,? because it was believed to have a magical power which would help its wearer have sharper eyesight. Blonde women were known to collect as many pieces of opal jewelry as they could muster, because the opal was believed to contain within it the power to magically keep blonde hair from losing its luster and bright golden color.Some cultures thought that the elaborate and illuminating colors of the opal, when reflected directly into a persons eyes, would render them invisible to that person. Thus, it was believed that an opal charm, when used properly, could give its owner mystical disappearing powers.The Opal and DesireLegend has it that one ancient Roman emperor offered to trade an entire third of his vast empire for a single opal. Cleopatra?s famous lover Mark Antony loved opal. Legend says that he so deeply coveted an opal owned by Roman Senator Nonius for his beloved Cleopatra, that he had the Senator banished after he refused to sell his precious almond-sized stone, which was valued at over $80,000.Some Legendary OpalsThe ?Aurora Australis?Found in 1938 at Lightning Ridge, the ?Aurora Australis? is the world?s most valuable black opal. With its dominant red, green, and deep blue hues, this 3? by 1.8? inch 180 carat stone is more than just a pleasure to look at. Dug out from an old seabed encrusted deep within the ocean core, this rare beauty sports a distinct impression of a starfish fossil on its underside. Just last year, this prize opal gem was valued at $1,000,000. It is named after the northern lights.The ?Fire Queen?Discovered in 1906 by a man named Chalie Dunstan, the 900 carat ?Fire Queen? is the largest opal to date. This fiery red-hued giant opal was given to the Chicago Museum in 1928, and then in the 1940?s, was sold to the highly acclaimed heir to an oil fortune, J.D. Rockefeller wished for it to be a part of his prestigious family collection. As for Charlie Dunstan, rumor has it that right after he sold the ?Fire Queen,? he got drunk and ?lost? two of its big-sized sister stones. In 1910, shortly after the stones had been lost, Dunstan was found dead. It was said that he committed suicide after the loss of his precious stones.Natalie IngerOpal Jewelry

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***How to Choose the Perfect Special Occasion Gift*** When i unimarter UniMarter
***How to Choose the Perfect Special Occasion Gift***

When it's that time to think of others and buy a gift, we ironically often make the mistake of thinking about ourselves! Don't believe us? Just think about the last time that you bought a special occasion gift for a family member, friend, neighbor, or co-worker. Did you worry what kind of impression the gift would give about you? Were you concerned whether the gift looked expensive enough and gave the impression that you spent a lot of money?How about the last time you received a gift? What was that person thinking?!Call it "consumer nature" if you will, but these are the things that some of us are thinking about as we select a special occasion gift for someone else. The problem with this approach is that people are quite verbal about the gifts they receive, and one of the things they're most verbal about is their usefulness. You may never hear such verbiage, for these statements are made to private friends and family! But believe us when we say there's a reason why gifts are returned to the store from whence they came, stored in the attic, or used as a conversational piece (i.e. poked fun of). And that reason is that they're simply not applicable.The perfect special occasion gift is not concerned with impression: cost or otherwise. Instead, the perfect special occasion gift considers its recipient and fulfills a personal need. It fits into the recipient's schedule. It assists its recipient with daily tasks or a favorite hobby. It accommodates its recipient's current lifestyle and tastes. And it's certainly something that the recipient would pick out for himself (or herself).Above all, the perfect special occasion gift says, "I pay attention to the things you talk about. I listen. And I care."Visit http: / / www.kustomkartoons.com for some fun and unique Special Occaision Gift options.

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***Cisco CCNA / CCNP Home Lab Tutorial: Configuring An Access Server***

As your CCNA / CCNP home lab expands, an access server such as the Cisco 2509 or 2511 is one of the best investments you can make. In this article, we'll look at the basic configuration for an access server and discuss how to connect to the other routers and switches in your pod through the AS.Here's part of a configuration from one of my access servers:ip host FRS 2006 100.1.1.1ip host SW2 2005 100.1.1.1ip host SW1 2004 100.1.1.1ip host R2 2002 100.1.1.1ip host R1 2001 100.1.1.1ip host R3 2003 100.1.1.1interface Loopback0ip address 100.1.1.1 255.255.255.255no ip directed-broadcastThis is an IP Host table, and this is what makes the entire AS setup work. Your PC will connect to the access server, and the access server is in turn physically connected to your other routers and switches via an octal cable. One end of the octal cable splices off into eight separate cables, each terminated with an Rj-45 connector. That connector will be placed into the console port of one of your home lab devices. In this configuration, I have connector 1 connected to the console port of R1, connector 2 to R2, connector 3 to R3, connector 4 to Sw1, and so forth. (The connectors are physically numbered as well.)The IP Host table entries here are linked to the loopback address shown. The loopback can be any address, but it must match the address in the IP Host table. This allows you to create reverse telnet sessions to the routers and switches.To open the reverse telnet sessions upon opening a connection to the AS, type the entire name of the device and press the enter key twice. A connection to that device will now be visible, as shown here:Access_Server#r1Trying R1 (100.1.1.1, 2001)... OpenR1#To get back to the access server, use the key combination followed by pressing the "x" key. Keep doing this until you've opened a connection to every router and switch in your pod.Once you've opened the lines, you will not use the full device name to connect to the home lab devices. You should press only the number corresponding to the reverse telnet session you opened. For instance, in this configuration I opened telnet session 1 to R1, session 2 to R2, and session 3 to R3. Once I opened those sessions, I just use those numbers to reconnect to the devices, as shown here:Access_server#1[Resuming connection 1 to r1 ... ]R1#Access_server#2[Resuming connection 2 to r2 ... ]R2#Access_server#3[Resuming connection 3 to r3 ... ]R3#If you type the full hostname again after initially opening the connection, you will see this message:Access_server#r1Trying R1 (100.1.1.1, 2001)...% Connection refused by remote hostThe connection is refused because you already have an open connection to that router.There's one more important part of an access server config your CCNA / CCNP home lab will need:line 1 8no exectransport input allThe line numbers may differ according to your access server, but "no exec" is very important here. This will stop rogue EXEC sessions from refusing connections that it shouldn't be refusing. Without this command, you'll commonly see "connection refused by remote host" when you shouldn't be. That message is the most common error you'll see on an access server, and it's there because you already have an open connection or you left "no exec" out of your configuration. "No exec" isn't mandatory, but it will help you keep your sanity!Chris Bryant, CCIE #12933 , is the owner of The Bryant Advantage, home of free CCNA and CCNP tutorials, The Ultimate CCNA Study Package, and Ultimate CCNP Study Packages.For a FREE copy of his latest e-books, ?How To Pass The CCNA? and ?How To Pass The CCNP?, visit the website and download your free copies. You can also get FREE CCNA and CCNP exam questions every day! Get your CCNA study guide with The Bryant Advantage!

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***Occupational Therapy and PDA's*** Occupational Therapy Ma unimarter UniMarter
***Occupational Therapy and PDA's***

Occupational Therapy Made EasierMedical downloads for the pda have improved the life of both patients and doctors of all kinds. These freeware software downloads make many types of medical conditions much easier to manage. For instance, occupational therapy and pdas can now be synonymous. Occupation therapy is a type of therapy used to help people who have been injured in an accident regain the use of their bodies so that they can return to their job or train for a new job if they are unable to perform their previous job.Using a pocket pc, a therapist can schedule patients so that their day is full without being overfull. They can make sure that any appointments do not have conflicts, and can schedule in their personal appointments, as well.Occupational therapy patients can use their ipaq to remind themselves of appointments, track their progress, and get information about the latest trends in occupational therapy. All of this can be done simply and easily with one of the many freeware medical downloads available on the Internet.The medical software is easy to use and allows for updates from the software company so that when the product is improved or changed, the consumer can receive at no additional charge. This type of medical software can be an option when buying a pocket pc from companies such as Compaq or HP or others. Making lives easier is perhaps the most important function of the pda, and the medical field is one area that can always use improvement.Dan Ayala is webmaster and publisher of PDA-Review-Online.com, offering reviews on PDAs, Palm Pilots, Pocket PC's, software and accessories. PDA Review Online provides free information and recommendations for your online resources that you can download anytime or anywhere.

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***Enterprise Software, Integration Issues and New Trends*** unimarter UniMarter
***Enterprise Software, Integration Issues and New Trends***

Oc?, a leading provider of digital document management technology and services, published it?s financial figures yesterday over the second quarter of 2006.The CFO of Oc? commented to Betten Beursmedia (a financial information company) about the pending decision in the area of Enterprise software (Enterprise Resource Planning or ERP). At the moment, Oc? and the company Imagistics that has been acquired last year, both use a different ERP solution. The decision to take is about selecting a single solution (provider).Oc? itself uses SAP in North America. In Europe it is in process of converting JDE to SAP. Imagistics, however is using Oracle.Oracle and SAP have a different background in Enterprise Software. The origin of SAP is to build applications especially in the area of ERP. Oracle is traditionally a database provider, but has recently acquired SIEBEL and Peoplesoft which are companies that provide software for CRM (Siebel) and HRM or ERP (Peoplesoft). Oracle still needs to integrate these solutions.It is not easy to tell which company is leading this battle, but both companies are aware that the real challenge lies in connecting to another trend, which is providing software services on demand. Internet technology like web services have already changed and will change even more change the settings in the software market.In the old setting, a provider offered an application which was to support the functionality of the business process. The main issue with this was the fact that ERP systems where not the only one in town. A company need different functionality for different purposes and these solutions were offered by different providers; a CRM Package for client management, ERP for production and administration, but in the ?middle? ?In the middle there was nothing, really. Which led to the invention of middleware ? software that was to connect different applications.Both Oracle and SAP entered this market too. SAP with Netweaver and Oracle with Fusion. But there is still a gap from the middleware solutions to real Web Services.And this is the clue. Management of Oc? will know this, but the investment market is probably not up to date yet with these developments and demands (Oc?) for a traditional solution to choose one of the two main providers.? 2006 Hans BoolHans Bool is the founder of Astor White a traditional management consulting company that offers online management advice. Astor Online solves issues in hours what normally would take days.
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***Optical Character Recognition - What's It All About?*** O unimarter UniMarter
***Optical Character Recognition - What's It All About?***

Optical character recognition, or ?OCR?, is a technology that allows digital images of typed or handwritten text to be transferred into an editable text document. For example, if you hooked up a scanner to your computer and used the scanner to scan a handwritten essay into a digital photo, you could take that digital photo and use optical character recognition software to ?see? and ?grab? the text from the digital photo so you can edit that text on your computer in a program like Microsoft Word, Notepad, or TextEdit.For the more ?geeky? readers, optical character recognition takes the picture of text and translates the text into Unicode or ASCII. From wikipedia.org, ?unicode is an industry standard designed to allow text and symbols from all of the writing systems of the world to be consistently represented and manipulated by computers?. Also from wikipedia.org, ?ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) is a character encoding based on the English alphabet.? Basically, optical character recognition technologies outputs text that is recognized by computers.Optical character recognition technologies can be found used in different software solutions, but software is considered a low budget way to use optical character recognition technology. In more complex optical character recognition systems, it is usual that a combination of both hardware and software will be used.While optical character recognition technology has become increasingly popular and research for it has intensified, the rates of text recognition are variable. For handwritten optical character recognition, the rate of recognition is 80% to 90% with clean handwriting. For cursive text, the rate of recognition is quite lower because of the lack of information contained in the cursive characters.Like I said, optical character recognition is becoming increasingly popular. It is becoming popular in areas of work that require massive amounts of printed documents to be sorted. One example of these areas is in the legal profession. Optical character recognition greatly reduces the time required for these printed documents to be sorted. The time reduced can amount to days! The United States Post Office has also been using optical character recognition since 1965.For a normal computer user who wants to be able to edit scanned documents of text, there are many different types of software solutions available. Different software solutions will allow both scanned handwritten and typed text to be translated, while some may only allow scanned typed text to be translated. There are a couple optical character recognition programs that are available for free.Some free ones are:- SimpleOCR: http: / / www.simpleocr.com- OCRAD: http: / / www.gnu.org / software / ocrad / ocrad.htmlIf you are looking to spend money on an optical character recognition program, expect to cough up some cash. These OCR programs are in the area of $100. The following is a list of some of these programs:- http: / / www.abbyy.com- http: / / www.nuance.com- http: / / www.irislink.comCheck out the websites to see what software solution will work best for you. Many of these programs allow you to try them for a short trial period. It is definitely worth to check out as it allows you to further explore optical character recognition technology.Brett McQueen is an avid computer user, website designer, and website developer. You can learn about how to edit a scanned document at his blog dedicated to using scanned documents. He also runs a helpful HTML tutorial website that offers in-depth tutorials and HTML video tutorials.

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***OCR Software--Optical Character Recognition or Optical Crud Re unimarter UniMarter
***OCR Software--Optical Character Recognition or Optical Crud Recognition?***

Optical Character Recognition (OCR) refers to a software technology and processes that involve the translation of printed text into computer searchable text.Done correctly, OCR enables users to search for and retrieve individual words contained within a file or page. In addition, when a set of files is indexed, users are able to search for keywords across an entire document library and retrieve each page with exact precision. OCR enables users to execute searches in seconds, searches that once could take several hours or days to complete.However, this technology did not work well on older or poor quality documents that contained mixed fonts or combinations of texts and graphics. Until now!!Due to several recent technology advances, it is now possible to obtain six-sigma level character accuracy from these types of document collections.Although it is important to keep in mind that the quality and condition of the paper documents are still key factors in the successful OCR conversion, dramatically improved results can be obtained by enhancing the quality of the scanned image prior to processing.Noise removal of borders, speckles and skews are now common on the more advanced document scanners.Furthermore, advanced color filter technologies may be used to reduce any page background colors, in conjunction with multi-light image capture technologies to remove any shadows cast by page creases that could impact image quality or recognition accuracy.Once document scanning and processing are complete, an OCR text layer can actually be added and hidden behind each image. An additional orientation filter can be used to ensure that the best image is presented to the OCR engines.To achieve the highest conversion accuracy possible, the characters in the image can be processed using multi-engine OCR voting technologies that rank each character to determine the best text recognition fit. Then once a word is generated, it will be filtered through a proprietary lexicon to ensure the highest quality results.Finally, this text can be processed utilizing sophisticated layout retention technologies to represent the image text layout, to provide the best possible text representation for precise search and retrieval. After all, isn?t that why they call it Optical Character Recognition?James M. Eglin, Jr.
EVP, Global Sales and Marketing
http: / / www.DigitalDocumentsLLC.com

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***Bad News For Salmon Fishermen*** Here is a case of bad ne unimarter UniMarter
***Bad News For Salmon Fishermen***

Here is a case of bad news and more bad news for salmon fishermen.Federal fish managers, based on a recommendation of the National Marine Fisheries Service, are considering closing down ocean salmon fishing from Point Falcon in Oregon to Point Sur in California.The closure- which is scheduled to have a final vote in April-would basically decimate coastal salmon fishing operations, and despite federal disaster aid, essentially would put a fair number of salmon fishermen out of business.The "canary in the mine" here, is the Klamath River and it's resident salmon which have found it hard to spawn in yet another screwed up river system.I'm not a scientist-but there appears to be a direct corelation to the massive die-off of Klamath Salmon back in 2002. (For those who do not remember, back in the water tight year of 2002, precious Klamath Basin water was diverted to southern Oregon and northern California ranches and farms to protect their interests.) I also do not claim to be a water management expert-although I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express once- but it appears that inland water managers might want to shake hands with marine fishery managers, especially when inland rivers drain directly into oceans. The fact that a river born, sea raised salmon, sometimes has to travel hundreds of miles to spawn their young, tells me there is some cause and effect as to what takes place "upstream".So why would an alfalfa grower, rancher or any water user for that matter, think that their blatant disregard for those that are "downstream", won't have an effect at some point?Hmmmm?I'll let you come up with the answer.All I know, is that if nothing is done, we will have another ruined river.The double dose of bad news here is, if the closure takes place, guess what?Fishermen will head north.Washington and Alaska will get some folks who will be suddenly interested in relocation.And of course with more boats and fishermen and pressure on the salmon(despite quotas) the next place you will be hearing about closures and angry fishermen-will be Washington and Alaska.The good news, if there is any, is that salmon fishing in any river in the affected area, such as the Rogue & Chetco should be phenomenal this year. Without any competition from commercial ocean fishermen and ocean sport fishermen, river salmon fishermen will have the fish all too themselves.So stay tuned to April 2nd and the decisions that will be made.The future of both Klamath River Salmon and California commercial fishermen, may hang in the balance.A.J. Klott is the author of "the Fish wRap" the first official fishing blog to become a book.He is also the inventor of fly tacks. The most important invention since the iruncible spoon...
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***Great Places To Go Fishing In Texas*** If you like fishin unimarter UniMarter
***Great Places To Go Fishing In Texas***

If you like fishing you will like the different fish you can catch in Texas. Cutthroat, rainbow trout, lake trout, and brown trout can be caught in different locations in TexasThe brown trout are considered the be the hardest to catch. There survival is attached to pure cold water. This trout is very sensitive to water temperature changes. If the water temperature goes up by a few degrees the trout will die off, or move to a different location.The rainbow trout are not affected as much by the water temperature changes should the water clarity get bad due to silt the fish will move out to the mouths of any stream with clear water This pink fleshy trout is the favorite with trout fishermen.It feeds on small flies but can be tempted to strike small lures and other baits. This fish will remain in the shallow water till it reaches about 9 inches then it will head out to the lakes or ocean.Once the trout have fattened up it will return to the streams from which they came. The fish are now called Steel head trout. If fishing for the Steel head trout you would use spoons rather than baits or flies. Use the current to you advantage and cast up stream and reel in at you regular speed being careful not to snag up as you reel in.You will find brook trout in clear clean water Their food source is small insects and mollusks. Sometimes they will take smaller fish or flies. You can get them to hit on a small lure if it is presented along the edge of the faster slowing water. You will find brook trout on the gravel beds of fast flowing water.They like waterfalls and large pools of water with a fast current on the out side of the pool. The fish tend to hang around between the current and the calmer water. If you find along a long the banks with fast flowing water and a deep pool you will find trout here.The Crappie fish is a member of the sunfish family. Depending where they are found will depend on their names. Paper mouth , goggleye, bridge perch and speckled perch just to mention a few.The black crappie is darker species and has 7 to 8 dorsal spines you will also find some with spotted sides. Normally they will be found in deeper water in the northern states.The white crappie has 6 dorsal spines and is light in color. There are eight or nine vertical bands found on its sides. Normally they can grow over the five pound mark. Crappie are school fish that like quite waters. You can catch them by still fishing casting , trolling, or drift fishing.Use live baits or a jig or a small crappie lure would be the best. If you find cover such as brush, stumps, in the area you are fishing. The best time to fish is at sunset for they will be on the surface.As the sun rises and the rays strikes the surface of the water the fish will normally dive down to 5 to 10 ft mark. Depending on the clarity of the water which will also determine the depth they dive to. Normally they will return to the deeper water after sun set.With all the different types of fish in Texas and along the coast of Texas you will find that you can spend as much of your time catch different fish from trout to crappie. Every stream pond lake or shore line can be a spot to catch many different fish.If you do not fish while in Texas you will be missing out on a experience that will be hard to beat any where else. Most locals will tell you what is hot and which baits to use. You will be able to rent the gear if you do not have any with you from the local tackle shop.? Copyright Bob Matsen, All Rights Reserved ? You may republish this article with an active link to our site.Sammy Salmon has been having fun fishing for years and wants to share all his knowledge with you so be sure to visit him at Fishing-For-Fun

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***Fly Fishing For Fun*** Fly fishing is very different than unimarter UniMarter
***Fly Fishing For Fun***

Fly fishing is very different than fishing with a lure or worm type baits. The fly fisherman uses a artificial fly consisting of bites of feathers, foam, hide, fur, yarn, and other materials to be tried on to a hook that make it appealing to the type of fish you are catching.Every fly fisherman has his own type of flies he like to use some purchase them and then some of us like to tie our own. Fly tying is more of an art with basic training which most people can learn over a short period of time.Dry fly fishing is the best classic form of fishing. The artificial fly is cast so that it floats on the surface of the water. As the fly passes over the fish it will rise to the surface and strike or take the fly.With the fly rod you will attempt to stop the fish from spitting out the fly and get it tired enough so you can land it in your net. With fly fishing you will see all the action as you cast the fly and play the fish for a strike. The fly is very visible on the surface to the fish. You will see the fish take the fly on the surface however trout and other fish tend to feed under water so if you see the fish rising to the surface it is time to use a dry fly.Wet flies will sink under the surface of the water an may be passed in front of the fish there bye causing the fish too strike at the fly,Nymph fishing is very popular after the flies lay eggs on lakes or in streams and they hatch out as nymphs. As the nymphs make their way to the surface the fish will take them. When they get to the surface they will hatch into a flies.When nymph fishing the imitation nymphs you us will be weighted to stay below the surface of the water. This will be far more of a challenge for you as the action all take place under the surface of the water and you will not be able to see if a fish is about to strike.Most fish can be caught on a fly but the most common are trout, salmon, chars, and most game fish. In most areas the trout are the most popular and you will find them feeding mostly on small insects in shallow water. If you live on the coast you find salmon fishing with a fly rod a very rewarding challenge. Hooking a 30 or 40 pound salmon on a fly rod will give you a work out running up and down the beach trying to play the fish out to land it .The fly fishing sport has gained ever increasing popularity over the years. Most will agree it just not about catching the fish but in the delivery of the fly and the skill and knowledge in the pursuit.Some fly fisherman regard fly fishing as the holy grail of fishing. It is more relaxing and some say a better past time than golf. The sport of fly fishing see people from all walks of life. Some say it is more environmentally friends than the other type of fishing because it does less harm to the fish then other styles of fishing.The art of fly fishing will get in to your blood and you will peruse the quite of the streams or the solitude of the ocean beaches to capture you prey. Most anglers will catch and release if they are fly fishing.Sammy Salmon has been having fun fishing for years and wants to share all his knowledge with you so be sure to visit him at Fishing-For-Fun

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***Shark Fishing: A New Found Addiction*** Shark Fishing Fr unimarter UniMarter
***Shark Fishing: A New Found Addiction***

Shark Fishing From the Beach

It is a well known fact that in the summertime many Sharks move from the deeper waters offshore into inland waterways and beaches. Why do they do this? Well the Sharks seek warmer shallow waters to carry out mating rituals and to either lay eggs or give live birth. So why is this important? It is very important if you are interested in swimming or in landing huge fish from the bank. There is no other type of fishing (that I know of) where the angler has an exceptional chance of hooking on to a 500lb plus fish while fishing from the bank.Living near the Gulf of Mexico during my youth my family would take at least one vacation each summer to the beach. Week long vacations at the beach can sometimes get a little boring for a kid who grew up in the Hardwood Bottoms of middle Georgia. Fishing was the answer to my problems. I started off doing some light surf fishing but soon realized that there were truly bigger fish in the sea.On one trip in peticular I was introduced to shark fishing as I know it today. A friend and I had made our way down to the Pensacola Beach Peir for an afternoon of catching Blues, Spanish, Kings and hopefully a Cobia. We fished like we always had with live menhaden and had an average day. A few spanish, a pretty hefty king and more blues than we knew what to do with. We began to gather our gear for the walk home when another fisherman was arriving at the pier. As the guy made his way down the pier I noticed that he was holding the biggest fishing rod and reel that I had ever seen. I had to approach the guy.When I first approached the fella he was nice and friendly. But when I started probing him about his fishing techniques he quickly shut off. I could tell (from years of dealing with older wiser fishermen) that this guy had a secret about fishing and I had to know it.Well Mike (my fishing buddy) and I had a meeting right there on the pier and decided that we would stay on the pier and watch the guy and try to figure out what he needed such a big reel for. So I made a quick trip back to the condo to inform my parents that we would not be back until late and for them not to wait up for us. After some haggling permission was granted. I loaded up on sandwich meat, bread, crackers, beenie-weenies and sardines for our all night fishing trip.When I returned to the pier about an hour before sunset I was amazed that the guy had yet to put his hook in the water. He had been at the pier almost two hours and had not wet a line. When I approached the guy and inquired about why he was not yet fishing, he replied "..I only have one bait..". Now I have been fishing all my life and I know that when you go fishing you need more than one bait. The guy had to notice the puzzled and confused look on my silenced face so he went into a little detail. He explained, as he opened a cooler, that in shark fishing it is good to have more than one bait but that he was so skilled that he only needed one. Upon opening the cooler the fella removed a Spanish Mackrel that easily weighed 4lbs. I said "...that's a nice spanish, are you going to grill it or fry it?" He replied "It's my bait". "The whole thing?", "Yep".Things were definately starting to come together now. I've heard of using big bait to catch big fish but this was a little extreme. Then I saw a way for us to 'bribe' this guy into teaching us how to fish for sharks. I offered him the Spanish Mackrel that we had caught earlier in the day. He instantly replied "What do I have to do for them?" "Teach us how to do what you're doing"We were in!! The guy lightened up and said at least he would have some company on the desolate peir. With extra bait the guy instantly began rigging up the behemouth pole. He withdrew a steel cable leader with a massive hook on one end and a swivel on the other. He began explaining in detail the ins and outs of shark fishing. "..the leader has to be at least 15 feet long or longer, I like mine at least 20', and you can't get this stuff at a bait store, you have to go to the hardware store..." I questioned him about the hook and swivel, he replied that they were purchased from a local tackle shop at $2-4ea. I was quickly realizing that shark fishing could get expensive quick. He glanced toward our 4 / 0 Penn Fishing Reels and scoffed "You guys are going to need some bigger tackle." In disbelief I asked "Do you really need a reel as big as yours?" he replied "If you want to catch big fish you have to have big tackle". His reel was a 14 / 0 Penn Senator and looked as if it would hold 5 miles of the braided 80lb test line that it was spooled with.I suddenly was stumped. How was this guy going to cast a 20' steel leader with a 4lb spanish mackrel hooked to the end of it? My question would be answered by means of kayak. The guy removed a kayak from his truck and began to paddle toward the end of the pier. Upon arriving at the end directly beneath us he instructed for us to "carefully" lower the spanish mackrel with a gaff-sized hook in it into his lap. We did as we were told and the guy was off paddling in a flash.Ok, here is the situation: This crazy guy is paddling in a kayak toward the middle of the ocean, in shark infested waters with a 4lb spanish mackrel laying in his lap. At this point I began to question the guys sanity.Paddling the bait out took no more than 5mins and very quickly the guy took his seat next to his reel. After fooling with the reel for a while, checking drag, engaging a clicker and securing the reel to the pier with a rope he sat back and opened a cold beer and said "Now we wait." "How long?" I replied. "As long as it takes." he firmly stated.After several long boring hours of catching catfish and an ocassional foot long shark I was beginning to grow tired of waiting. Could Shark Fishing really be worth all this effort and time? Not even a single bite on the big pole. Then I heard the sweetest most spine tingling sound that a fisherman could possibly hear. Drag! And lots of it, More than I had ever heard before. The massive reel was producing the loudest most chilling sound that I could ever imagine. Line was being stripped off at a phenominal rate and the guy was just sitting there watching it. What was he doing? Obviously the Shark had the bait why wasn't he setting the hook?He slowly began strapping himself into what appeared to be a fish fighting harness. Calmly picked up the reel and strapped it in the butt holder and clipped straps from his shoulders to the reel. I realized that this guy was strapping himself directly to the reel! If something went wrong he would not be able to just let go of the reel, he was truly one with the reel.With line stripping off as if it were tied to the bumper of a Porshe the guy engaged the reel and the demeanor on his face changed instantly. With the ferocity of a college line backer he began repeatidly setting the hook while almost running backward. When he reached the end of his walkway he would reel down on the fish and almost jog back to the edge of the pier. This process was repeated two or three times. Then the fight began!For the first hour it appeard that he was going to almost be able to reel the fish directly in. Kinda like cranking in a boat with a wench. Boy was I wrong. Seemingly the Shark was just swimming toward the pier and did not know that he was even hooked. When it appeared that the shark was getting close he turned and headed out to sea. He ran and stripped drag for what seemed like an eternity. Line leaving the 14 / 0 reel a hundred yards at a time. With adrenaline pumping the excitement began to slightly subside. The guy was in a calm and focused mood with one thing on his mind. After a couple of hours fighting the guy (while still fighting the fish) asked me to reach into his cooler and get him a water. What? This guy wants to drink water while he is fighting this monster fish? He explained that in the course of fighting a big fish it was very important to remain hydrated. I asked how long the fight usually took. And he replied that the fight time varies greatly from one fish to another, some lasting only an hour and some lasting 12-14 hours.The battle was one of constant give and take he would reel in 100 yards and the shark would take 200. An hour rolled into two, two to three, until all track of time was lost. Soon we were awakened to what time it was as the sun began to creep up from the dark abyss in the east. This guy had been fighting this fish from a little after sunset until sunrise with no vast improvement in line on the reel. My realization of the addictiveness of shark fishing came when the guy stated "... I hope this fish comes on in I have to be at work by 10:00am..." This guy had stayed up all night fighting this huge fish (which we hadn't even seen yet) and he had to be at work in 5 hours. That is true Dedication and love for a sport.It was about 8:30am when we got our first glimpse of the shark. The guy said it looked like a Bull Shark and was probably around 12 feet long. It looked more like 20' to me. As the shark began to tire the question came to me "What are you going to do now?" I asked and he replied "What do you mean what am I going to do now, I'm gonna land this fish take some pictures and go to work..." Sounded like a good idea to me but we were 20' off the water on the pier there was no possible way to hoist the thousand pound fish up onto the pier. Then everything began to come clear. The guy was making his way down the pier toward the beach. When he reached the end of the pier he made his way down to the beach. Us not far behind. The guy worked the shark past the first sandbar and up into the shallow waist deep water at the breakers. When the Shark appeared to have run out of energy the guy disengaged his reel and handed it to me. "If he starts running just hold on to the reel." The guy removed a length of rope from his belt and began to wade out to the shark. With a loop in one end of the rope he grapped the sharks tail and secured the loop around it. With a grunt he began to drag the massive fish up onto the beach. With half the fish in the water and half out he removed a waterproof disposable camera from his pocket and handed it to me. "Take the whole roll with me and the shark." I started snapping pictures and soon the roll was gone. I turned around and to my amazement we had drawn a huge crowd of people. Onlookers, tourist, kids, old people, even a few beach dogs and a mangy looking cat had been drawn to the fiasco.With the film in the camera gone the guy measured the shark, untied the tail rope and walked the shark out to deeper water. He stayed with the shark long enough for it to regain its strength and let it go. The defeated creature slowly slumbered out past the first sandbar and onto the second. I was truly in disbelief. This guy had fought this fish all night with his own blood sweat and probably some tears only to let it go.When I questioned him about this he simply replied, "Where else can you spend $20, catch a thousand pound fish and have a blast all night doing it. I do it for the fun of it. I catch fish people only dream about and I let them go so I can catch them again." It was then that my outlook on fishing was changed forever. It is not about what you take home for the table, it's what you take home for yourself. Don't get me wrong I love fish and I harvest many fish each year to eat, but I let the big ones go. They have made it this far, why should I be the one to end it for them.Then I realized something: It was all worth it, the reel, the rod, the bait, the hooks, line, money and time. It was all woth it.Five months later after saving every paycheck from my summer job I ordered my first shark fishing reel a 16 / 0 Penn Senator for $300 from Bass Pro Shops. I also ordered line, 3000 yard of Braided 80lb test $250 and a rod to put it all on $120. Ever since that night on the Pensacola Pier I have a new addiction in my life Shark Fishing. I have been to beaches all over the South Eastern United States combing the beaches and peirs for just the right sandbar, just the right current and tide. I usually rent a kayak from the local Beach Supply Store and we usually camp or rent a hotel. The bait is hard to find and expensive. I have found the best places to find fresh fish is at a fish market and usually Asian fish markets have a much wider selection to choose from. My most successful baits are as follows: King Mackrel, Spanish Mackrel, Jack Crevelle, Bonito and lastly Mullet.I have since caught many sharks and several over 10 feet long. All of them off of a Beach or a Pier. I have also introduced several friends to my addiction, they too have seen the light and purchased equipment. Shark fishing is something the whole family can truly enjoy. It's not just about catching the fish. It's about good friends, family and beautiful beaches.[Everything Outdoors is Online at myOutdoors.tv]Buddy Bass has been an avid participant in Outdoor Activities since birth. He presents the good the bad and the ugly that all fishermen and hunters know. If every trip were perfect It wouldn't be any fun.

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***The Only Fishing Experts You Should Listen Too*** Everyon unimarter UniMarter
***The Only Fishing Experts You Should Listen Too***

Everyone's an Expert, So Who Has The Right Answers?Have you ever been stuck in a conversation with a fisherman who thinks they know everything there is to know about night fishing?I know I have. After listening about how many fish this person caught yesterday or hearing about the 8 pounder he brought home last week, it may be tempting to take the advice this person gives with absolute certainty.And in some cases, this is a good idea. I am a strong believer in listening to experts who are achieving the results I want to achieve, learn what they do, and then do the same thing myself.I have had good success with this method in the past, but there is one thing to be careful of.You will surely come across people who can "talk the talk", but couldn't catch a fish if you put one on his line for him. The key is to identify this type of person before taking his advice. I would always be polite and listen to his stories or theories, but I wouldn't be trying to take mental notes or try to remember everything he is saying.There are expert fishermen out there that gladly share their knowledge with you. Seek these people out. I learned this first hand on some fishing related forums on the Internet. Whenever I had a question about something, I posted it on these forums. Sure enough, I would get responses from people that I'm not sure have fished a day in their life. Had I taken their advice, I could have been killed, injured, thrown in jail or worse yet, come home with an empty fish bucket :)Rather than ask the guys hanging out at the Bass Shop for advice, why not ask the guys out on the lake who are reeling them in faster than you can cast your line out?If you can't see the results for yourself, I'd be leery of taking a stranger's advice. With that said, another sure fire way to learn what works is to test many different things. If you try 20 different lures, you are sure to find one that works with the location you are fishing. When you find one that is working, write it down in a notebook somewhere, along with the location you are at, what lure is working, time of day, etc.Daniel Eggertsen is a long time fishermen, as well as President and Founder of Evening Secret Fishing - (http: / / www.eveningsecretfishing.com / specialsecret / experts.php)

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***Night Fishing Preparation, The Key To Success*** Preparat unimarter UniMarter
***Night Fishing Preparation, The Key To Success***

Preparation is the Key To Successful Night Fishing, You Better Have These...Night fishing requires quite a bit more preparation than daytime fishing does. Even if you "think" you know the waters pretty well, you need to take extra precautions when fishing at night.If you are night fishing from a boat, you have even more to think about. Make sure you have enough flotation devices onboard and that they are easily accessible. If someone falls overboard, it is much more difficult to see them at night, so you need to be able to throw a flotation device out to them quickly.Proper lighting on your boat is also essential. Enough flashlights and batteries should be an obvious commodity, but you would be surprised how many times those batteries that you "thought" were new, die off within minutes of the trip.You should have a GPS monitor at all times (good compasses are better than nothing if you can't afford a GPS). However, don't go out and buy a GPS right before your first night-fishing voyage. Buy one in advance and learn how to use it first! Trust me, it is no fun trying to read the manual when it's pitch dark and you're lost.Not only are the tree stumps harder to see at night, so are the shallow waters. It definitely pays to learn the waters well before heading out at night.Before you venture out into the darkness, make sure you let someone know (back onshore) where you are going or are planning to go. If you aren't back home at a specific time you suggest, at least others will know where to start looking for you.It's also a good idea to pack your insect repellant. Night fishing not only brings out the best fish, but also the meanest bugs. It's prime feeding time for many insects, and to them, you look pretty tasty on that open water.Prepare your rods, reels and lures BEFORE you hit the water. There is nothing worse than getting out in the water and realizing you forgot to bring your favorite lure.A little nap during the afternoon before you head out is also a good idea. Of course, if you are catching a lot, I doubt you will be tempted to doze off.And remember, safety always comes first. I am yet to see a fish worth getting seriously injured or killed over.Daniel Eggertsen is a long time fishermen, as well as President and Founder of Evening Secret Fishing (http: / / www.eveningsecretfishing.com / specialsecret / night-preparation.php)

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***The Things You Won't Look Out For (But Should) When Night Fish unimarter UniMarter
***The Things You Won't Look Out For (But Should) When Night Fishing***

5 Things To Be Careful of When Night FishingNight fishing can be some of the most exciting, rewarding and fulfilling fishing you ever do in your life. It can also be the most dangerous fishing you ever do as well. Here are 5 quick things to look out for and be careful of next time you venture out...One - Trees can make your trip miserable.We used to fish at the same lake every weekend for 6 months during the day. I knew this lake like the back of my hand, so it seemed anyway. One Saturday night, we decided to try our luck night fishing on this lake.Once we got out in the water, we were catching fish like no other. Maybe it was carelessness or the adrenaline flowing, but we were whipping around the lake to get to our favorite daytime spot, anxious to see if we would get the same results.What appeared to be open water was actually a graveyard of fallen trees and submerged tree stumps. I'm sure you can imagine the damage the boat received. Just goes to show you the waters are completely different at night than in the day. Sure we knew the water had trees throughout, but they were much easier to see during the day.Two - Other boatersWhile you have control over the lights on your boat, you don't have that luxury with other boats on the water with you. Some people do not abide by the law and they choose to not use their lights when night fishing for whatever reason. Seeing another boat at night when they do not have their lights on can be a challenge.Three - InsectsBig fish aren't the only things that come out at night. Expect to find more mosquitoes and black flies at night, eager to snack on your skin. Always bring some bug spray (deet) with you.Four - WildlifeLike insects, you may find an increase in animals out at night with you. One in particular are snakes. For some reason, we come across more snakes at night than during the day.Five - Fishing with othersIt is hard to see your partner's rod when he is casting at night. Many times have I been snagged by a lure being casted by my partner. Keep an eye out for your co-fishermen when you cast your line.Daniel Eggertsen is a long time fishermen, as well as President and Founder of Evening Secret Fishing - (http: / / www.eveningsecretfishing.com / specialsecret / obstacle.php)

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***Why a Blacklight Will Take Your Night Fishing To A New Level** unimarter UniMarter
***Why a Blacklight Will Take Your Night Fishing To A New Level***

If You Have Never Used A Blacklight While Night Fishing, You're Missing OutWe all know the benefits of night fishing - bigger catches and calmer waters are just two, however, night fishermen have several challenges that "day time" fishermen do not have to deal with.One of the most difficult challenges is, of course, being able to see your line to find out if you have had a hit. Here is one way of easily being able to watch your line at night.Use a blacklight and a fluorescent fishing line.When fishing at night, it may be a few seconds before you know you have one on the line. By this time, the fish could already be under your boat or have begun it's mad dash to the opposite shoreline.By using a blacklight, your florescent line will glow in the dark, making it sometimes easier to see your line than during the day. You'll be amazed at how your line lights up in the dark waters.There are several types of blacklights on the market specifically made for night fishermen. Probably the most popular is the "Stan Sloan" brand. Cabela's also has an Optronics brand blacklight they are selling for about $50.Just as important as the blacklight is the type of line you use with it.Berkley makes a great flame green fireline florescent line that works well with blacklight night fishing as well. The reason this particular line works so well is because the florescent coloring is not painted on the line, but rather is chemically mixed into the actual line during production, which means the color lasts much longer than other brands.P-Line also makes a good fluorescent line that is clear. You will need to test to determine which one works best for you.The use of a blacklight during night fishing is a common debate among avid fishermen. Some think the black lights may spook certain fish, others couldn't live without using them.Give it a shot and see for yourself. You may be pleasantly surprised with the results.Daniel Eggertsen is a long time fishermen, as well as President and Founder of Evening Secret Fishing - (http: / / www.eveningsecretfishing.com / specialsecret / blacklight.php)

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***The Secret About Night Fishing Line*** The Best Type Of L unimarter UniMarter
***The Secret About Night Fishing Line***

The Best Type Of Line For Night FishingHere is a topic that is often debated between night fishermen. Depending on how you like to fish at night, here is what you should look for in general:If you are going to be fishing with a blacklight, you will want to be sure you spool up a clear blue fluorescent line. The clear blue is especially made to work well with blacklight night fishing, so it is highly recommended.When you go night fishing, never use a line that is less than 20lb test. 20lb is the minimum weight you should even think about. You won't be dealing with those wimpy "day fish".Ideally, if you are blacklight fishing, you will want to use the 20lb clear blue fluorescent line. When the blacklight hits that line, you will be amazed at how well that line shows up.
Of course, if you do not need to watch your line closely (such as when you are using a spinnerbait) then the color is not as important.Why do you need a minimum of 20lb test line?Simple, the fish you will be catching at night are going to be bigger! Sometimes we catch fish twice the size as those we caught during the day at the same spot.The bigger fish feed at night, so while your buddies are catching the little guys during the day, you can come in and take the 'monsters' at night.Berkley makes a good clear blue line for night fishing. You should probably get a spool before you plan a night fishing trip. It is called the Berkley Trilene XT Fluorescent Clear Blue. You can pick up a pony spool for about $2.50 and a filler spool for under $6.00.If you are not blacklight fishing, the color is not as important as the strength of the line. Just make sure it is strong enough to handle the big boys you may come across out there at night.Daniel Eggertsen is a long time fishermen, as well as President and Founder of Evening Secret Fishing - (http: / / www.eveningsecretfishing.com / specialsecret / night-line.php)

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