Archive for March, 2010
Make a list of everything you think should be
included at one time or another, in one of your
ad, be it radio, newspaper or Little Jimmie’s
class play program.
Music lovers have been carrying around radios and other
bulky music devices in order to take their tunes along with
them as they go from place to place. With the iPod
Have you heard of the SETI Project? SETI stands for Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, and the project is operated by the University of California at Berkeley. SETI monitors and processes radio signals from space, looking for possible signs of intelligent extraterrestrial life. SETI uses proprietary software to distribute computer processing power among all connected PCs participating in SETI project so that the radio signals can be processed faster and more efficiently. SETI effectively creates one big supercomputer from thousands of connected PCs across their network. Now users of the Google Toolbar can contribute to scientific research in much the same way, through Google Compute.
RC gliders are a
fun and challenging segment of the radio control hobby. These airplanes can stay
up for hours, powered only by nature! They fly silently and gracefully, like
sailboats of the air. In addition they are among the simplest and most
economical type of rc vehicle to build, maintain and operate. There are a
few different types of rc glider.
Here’s a simple way to use “No Results, No Pay” radio advertising and build traffic for your website.
If Baby Boomers can get botox and tummy tucks, then why don’t companies receive facelifts to improve their image as well? The telephone is the lifeblood of any business. Use it respectfully. Don’t leave your clients on-hold to listen to radio static or elevator music. With digital recording and delivery of sound files, professional production of on-hold advertising is both economical and necessary for a positive image. That’s right