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Do you have a virus Not sure, learn about virus symptoms and find out

  • Posted on June 12, 2017 at 5:25 pm

Owning a computer requires you to be responsible in maintaining the health of your system and its performance. The most common problem that a computer usually faces is the computer -virus-.

What is a computer virus? It is either a small bit of code, or a whole software package that spreads through your system and causes unexpected, and unwanted behavior. Viruses tend to be malicious in nature. For example, a virus could delete files on your hard drive, it could spread via your email, and it might steal your credit card information. The least of problems a virus can cause is endless.

This impact of getting a virus can be nothing to very huge, and thus we need to prevent viruses by using virus software, but if one slips past our antivirus software – how do we know?

Now do you have a virus? Well here is a list of some symptoms that might indicate you do:

-Your computer runs slow compared to its natural run time when it comes to loading anything. For example, downloads take longer, programs take three times as long to load.

-The computer restarts by itself; or takes a lot longer to startup

– The antivirus system of your computer sounds an alarm aka a pop-up comes up saying you have a virus

-New icons or programs appear on your desktop without your knowledge

-You will notice unusual pop-up messages

-When you open your save files, it gives you notice or a note telling you that the file that you are opening was not able to open due to some serious reasons.

-You cannot open browsers immediately; there will be notice or notes telling you that your computer is in risk.

– Applications that run stop responding often. Therefore, even if you get remove and install the program again, the problem happens still.

– The computer will not start at all anymore.

-Registry errors pop-up when using programs. Furthermore, a software application that is good at checking for errors is.

It can be hard to determine if you have a virus or not, if you are unsure then run your antivirus scan, if it does not find anything then consult a technical support professional.

How Much Money Can A Stripper Make

  • Posted on June 12, 2017 at 1:58 pm

If becoming an exotic dancer has ever crossed your mind, youve probably asked yourself how much money can I make? Because this and a lot of other questions are running through your mind, I wrote “How To Be A Stripper: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know But Were Too Afraid To Ask” to help answer this and many other questions.

My first night dancing, I brought home a whopping $60. It was definitely discouraging because I thought Id be bringing home at least $300 if not more. The thing I failed to understand about stripping is that making the big bucks doesnt happen over night. There is a learning curve to understanding how to make money you can make off dancing on stage and learning how to get customers to buy lap dances from you.

Because most dance sets are made up of two 3.5 minute long songs, the club will have approximately eight girls dancing per hour. Keep in mind that there is at least a 30 second interval between dancers, so there is a chance that only seven girls will go up on stage per hour/per stage.

What does this mean for you? Depending on how many stages there are in your club, how many girls are on the rotation schedule, and how many customers there are, youll most likely make between $10 and $50 per stage show.

Once you learn the art of getting a customer to buy a lap dance from you, youll easily increase your earnings per night. Since you are only on stage for approximately 7 minutes per hour, youll want to make the most of the other 53 minutes.

Most lap dances are between $10 and $20 per dance, so the key to making a lot of money is to keep your customer buying dances from you once youve already got him in your chair. The best thing to do is make your lap dance the most seductive during the last 30 seconds. When you can hear the song starting to end, ask your customer if he wants you to continue. If youve done it right, hell want more!

Taking the money you make off stage dances and adding it to the money you can make by getting customers to buy lap dances from you, you can make between $80 and $100 an HOUR. Of course, this amount may vary some nights youll make more and some nights youll make less, but this is the average you should expect.

Cheap Boutique Hotels In New York City Rated Number One

  • Posted on June 12, 2017 at 11:13 am

New York City is the ultimate holiday escape for culture, class and style with budget-friendly accommodation to cut the travel bill down to size. Once thought to be the world’s most expensive tourist destination, the real New York City has something to offer every lifestyle with discount lodging options in prime Manhattan locales. International and domestic travellers to New York City have rated the smaller boutique hotel experience as a number one booking choice for upscale living with a personal touch while racking up impressive travel savings.

You don’t have to spend a lot to make the most of a New York City escape, with value priced accommodation located in Upper, Midtown and Lower Manhattan hot spots. To save a ton of money on your next Big Apple adventure, take a look at all this great city has to offer. Rather than booking the headliner hotels in the heart of town, international travellers have found the secret to stretching the budget with a clean and comfortable New York City boutique hotel. The unique boutiques are no secret to the American travellers, with patrons booking months in advance to secure their favourite intimate accommodation at a great rate and the price they want to pay.ay.

Though low on price, the New York boutique hotel scene runs high on service and amenities, often surpassing the standard guest relations care of the bigger hotels. Newspapers delivered to your door, a home-cooked breakfast in the buffet room and a caring concierge desk to make your Big Apple dreams comes true is just the tip of the iceberg of guest pampering from the city’s top chic boutique hotels. In addition, many of the New York City boutique accommodations are family owned and operated businesses that deliver their customer care with personal pride. They don’t want you to give them your business, they want to earn it, and you can be sure the welcome mat will be rolled out for each and every special guest.

Contrary to popular belief, the best and brightest boutique hotels are situated in key tourism areas and in some of the best neighbourhoods of Manhattan. Just minutes from the subway stations and city bus routes, transportation is cheap and easy using the New York City transit for sightseeing and lightning-fast shuttle service to Long Island and John F. Kennedy International Airport. You can pay a fortune for New York if you want to, however, this travel-friendly city has everything you need for an affordable whirlwind holiday from Central Park to Lady Liberty.

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Cewe Instrument, Upcoming Leader In Analog And Digital Instruments

  • Posted on June 12, 2017 at 10:55 am

Regarding the core business question.
In our company presentation you can read following:

Cewe to be the leader in precision metering of electricity.

Business idea
From metering point to decision making
By manufacturing quality products for metering, coupled with communication, processing and presentation of data, we enable our customers to make sensible decisions. This will facilitate energy saving and contribute to a better environment.

Our new products
Electronic products that have their own intelligence and communication features from the corner stones of todays energy management systems.
Our R&D department focuses mainly on electronics and software development.
We make it possible for you to gain effective control over your system by using our powerful products for collecting, processing, communication and presenting measurements.

We are your world wide partner!
Our IQ96 can be found all over the world
Our distributors and partners can reach customers all over the world. We have manufactured and supplied our products, through our distributors, for thousands of installations. We have built up a great number of reference projects. Some of them may be of interest to you. It is very likely that, somewhere in the world, we have already solved the problems you are facing right now.

New information pours in every month. Sometimes from one of our distributors in the UK or Italy, or perhaps from an end user somewhere in the Sahara desert.

Contact us!
Contact us so that we can provide you with the best technical solution for your particular application. Together with our distributors we have gathered many years of experience.

It is good to push that we have our own Develop dept. for the transducers and Energy Meters and our own manufacturing for the Instruments and Energy Meters and as it looks today also for the transducers in the future. Sweden is well known as good quality when it comes to manufacturing.

Cewe is part of USD 160 million Entity Group with diversified interest in electronic metering, software development, revenue management systems, IT and IT enabled services for the utility industry. Entity Group is focused towards providing solutions in metering, communicating, managing or controlling energy wherever it is transmitted or used.

Weather Instruments The 3 Tools You Need

  • Posted on June 12, 2017 at 10:12 am

Are you interested in the weather? If so, why rely on what other people have to say? Instead, you should look into buying some of the many weather tools that are available on the market today. Even if you are an amateur, there is much that you can gain knowledge of if you have the right tools, and also take the time to learn more about weather.

Here are a few of the basic instruments that you should look into buying if you are interested in learning more about the weather.

1. Weather Radio: One of the most common instruments is a weather radio. As you can imagine, with a weather radio you will be able to learn quite a bit. Not only do they speak the language that you are interested in, but you will also be able to see how often the so called professionals are correct. After all, it is the dream of every weatherman to be able to accurately predict the weather day in and day out.

A weather radio monitors everything from forecasts to weather bulletins and warnings. All in all, amateurs and professionals can learn a lot through the use of a weather radio. And of course, members of the general public can also find these to be quite helpful.

2. Windspeed Indicator: One of the most fun weather instruments to have is a windspeed indicator. Believe it or not, these can be exciting to use, and at the same time they are useful in a number of different ways. There are many people who regularly rely on windspeed indicators. They include climbers, kite flyers, surfers, sailors, engineers, and many others. No matter who you are, there is a chance that you will get great fun out of using a windspeed indicator. As mentioned before, a lot of people also use these for work or while having fun with their favorite hobby.

3. Digital & Analog Hygrometers: You will come across both digital and analog hygrometers as you become more interested in the weather. You can use one of these in order to measure humidity in enclosed spaces such as your home or office. These are also a great way to determine if your air conditioner and/or humidifier are working properly.

These are three weather instruments that both amateurs and professionals can use on a regular basis. If you are interested in learning more about the weather, look into starting out with these tools. Weather radios, windspeed indicators, and hygrometers may seem basic on the surface, but they surely have quite a bit of fun to offer, while also allowing you to learn at the same time.

Physical Therapy that is Focused on You

  • Posted on June 12, 2017 at 8:46 am

This is physical therapy that is focused on the “whole” body not just on your injury or condition. Your physical therapist should listen to the history of your problem, before performing tests and measures that will thoroughly assess your condition. You may be tested for muscle strength, joint motion, sensory and neurological conditions, coordination and balance tests, and your movement may be observed.

Working closely with you and your doctor, the physical therapist will design for you a complete physical therapy plan that includes therapeutic exercise. Your physical therapy treatment is based on the initial evaluation findings along with ongoing reassessment and evaluation. Treatment may consist of a variety of hands-on joint and soft tissue treatment techniques, exercise techniques and pain reducing modalities.

Physical Therapy Treatments are designed to help you:
Increase motion and strength
Reduce pain
And most importantly, restore function

Patients are typically involved in an active exercise program, and are educated in ways to speed recovery and prevent recurrence of the problem. Your physical therapy program will follow specific protocols or individualized treatment plans with the aim of the physical therapy being the return of your strength, function and mobility.

Therapeutic Exercise From the physical therapy testing, to the specific therapeutic exercise program, you will recognize that physical therapy is a science. Your therapeutic exercise program is your plan for recovery. It is important to have access to the very best equipment.

You will be trained and monitored on the use of all physical therapy equipment to ensure that you are getting the full benefit from your therapeutic exercise program. Therapeutic exercise will help restore your strength, movement, balance, and coordination. You will learn how to deal with your current problem, and how to prevent it in from reoccurring in the future.

The physical therapists at Physical Medicine of NY & CT have combined experience of over 50 years. If you suffer from acute or chronic pain, or are recovering from surgery or an accident, find out more about Physical Therapy that is focused on you from Physical Medicine of NY & CT.

Petrochemical plant construction is expected to hit imports

  • Posted on June 12, 2017 at 8:37 am

Director General of the Ministry of Industry, Manufacturing Industry, Panggah Susanto said, with the new petrochemical plant planned to be built in West Papua is expected to reduce the number of Indonesian imports of raw materials.

“These projects will be able to reduce the importation of raw materials which, according to the data in 2012 reached 16 billion U.S. dollars for chemical raw materials,” said Panggah after witnessing the signing of the MoU between Ferrostaal Industrial Projects by PT Chandra Asri Petrochemical Tbk, in Jakarta on Thursday.

He said that with the cooperation will be produced basic products, such as propylene and polypropylene, which will not reduce the importation of raw materials.

“Hopefully, in 2019 to be operational, which we seek is how as soon as possible to get gas allocation,” he said.

Panggah explain step construction of the plant is part of the Ministry of Industry to develop two important sectors in Indonesia related to the chemical industry base and base metals.

“Two of the basic industries we encourage its development, it is important because it aligned with the growth of domestic industry, which will increase the need for raw materials and capital goods,” he said.

He said later that the results of the plant is expected to require an investment of $ 1.8 billion will be earmarked for the domestic market.

“Domestic demand is big enough, then it will be destined for the domestic market,” he said.

Choosing Hardware and Software

  • Posted on June 12, 2017 at 8:31 am

All aspects containing software and hardware in a business environment should not be taken lightly. Many people tend to underestimate the importance of having their systems in optimal condition. For us, you should not have a tight budget as far as hardware and software are concerned. When you make an investment for something that you are going to make use of every working day, you should be looking forward, preventing problems before they arise.

One principle we always follow, is what kind of software and hardware we are going to need in order to perform our everyday operations in order to have as few problems as possible in our own working environment. Quite frankly, if we have to deal every so often with problems in our own network, we are going to have much less time available to address our customers’ issues. As a result of that, we do not invest based on a tight budget.
We also maintain a constant look at the future. We do not buy equipment for our own company, nor we encourage our customers to buy equipment based on the principle of “as long as it gets the job done”. In the future, we are going to have to invest again in order to take advantage of new technologies and to address the volume of the data involved.


We always prefer and encourage our customers to buy “brand name” products. Why? Because, according to our opinion, “brand name” products offer better quality materials than the “no name” ones. Take into account a data cable for a hard drive. If it has a loose contact with the drive itself, it will give you a headache till someone finds out what the problem is. We also always prefer hardware that is accompanied with On-Site warranty. As long as possible. We do not see as a viable option for a business environment, the process of sending the product back to the manufacturer in order to get it fixed. We see it as a luxury.


Before you buy some software licences, it would be wise to have a look at it thoroughly and test it in your own working environment before purchase. We strongly advise you to make sure that it is suitable for your own needs. Also, we encourage you to have a look at the cost, the time to respond and the kind of aftersales support by its developer. It would be wise to spend time on this matter. You will save on unnecessary expenses in the future!

Generally speaking, think what the needs of your business are going to be in the future and adapt your infrastructure accordingly, now! Stop thinking only about today’s needs, invest in the future. You will save on time and money!

We consider that all the above, require very careful planning. A bad plan can create an additional cost on the allocated budget. It can also set you out of schedule (time-wise).

Hacking with a Hacker

  • Posted on June 12, 2017 at 8:11 am

What is it like to hack with one of the original hackers? It is certainly much different than what Appears to be the modern rendition of hacking. My experience was not getting really drunk with tons of junk food. It was not working on “beautiful” designs or “authentic” typography. It was not so much about sharing with the world as it was sharing with your peers. It had a very different feel to it than the “hacker culture” Promoted by some of the top technical Silicon Valley companies. It felt more “at home”, less dreamy, and more memorable.

I meet with Bill Gosper every so Often; I had the pleasure of giving him a tour of Facebook when I worked there. (He was so surprised that they had Coke in the glass bottles there, just like the old days.)

He is still very much a hacker, a thinker, a tinkerer, and a wonderer. Every time I meet up with him, he has a new puzzle for me, or someone around him, to solve, whether it’s really clever compass constructions, circle packing, block building, Game of Life automata solving, or even something more tangible like a Buttonhole homemade trap (which was affixed to my shirt for no less than two weeks!). He is also the bearer of interesting items, such as a belt buckle he gave me roomates depicts, in aluminum, a particular circle loose packing.
Gosper succeeding in tricking me with the Buttonhole Trap
When we meet up, all we do is hack. Along with him and one of his talented young students, we all work on something. Anything interesting, really. Last time we met up, we resurrected an old Lisp machine and did some software archeology. I brought over some of the manuals I own, like the great Chinual, and he brought over a dusty old 1U rackmount Alpha machine with OpenGenera installed. After passing a combination of Hurdles, such as that the keyboard was not interfacing with the computer Correctly, we finally got it to boot up. Now, I got to see with my own eyes, a time capsule containing a lot of Bill’s work from the 70s, 80s, and 90s, roomates could only be commanded and Examined through Zmacs dired and Symbolics Common Lisp. Our next goal was to get Symbolics Macsyma fired up on the old machine.

There was trouble with starting it up. License issues were one problem, finding and loading all of the files were compiled another. Running applications on a Lisp machine is very different than what we do today on modern machines, Windows or UNIX. There’s no. Exe file to click, or. App bundle to start up, or even a single. / File to execute. Usually it’s a collection of compiled “fast loading” or “fasl” files that get loaded side-by-side with the operating system. The application, in essence, Becomes a part of the OS.

In hacker tradition, we were Able to bypass the license issues by modifying the binary directly in Lisp. Fortunately, such as Lisp makes things easy disassembly. But how do we load the damn thing? Bill frustratingly muttered, “It’s been at least 20 years since I’ve done it. I just do not remember. “I, being an owner of MacIvory Symbolics Lisp machines, fortunately did remember how to load programs. “Bill, how about LOAD SYSTEM Macsyma?” He typed it into the native Lisp “Listener 2” window (we kept “Listener 1” for debugging), sometimes making a few typing mistakes, but finally succeeding, and then we saw the stream of files loading. We all Shouted in joy that progress was being made. I recall Bill was especially astounded at how fast everything was loading. This was on a fast Alpha machine with gobs of memory. It must have been much slower on the old 3600s they used back in the day.
The Lisp Machine Manual, or Chinual
It was all done after a few minutes, and Macsyma was loaded. To me, this was a sort of holy grail. I personally have Macsyma for Windows (which he uses in a VirtualBox machine on his 17 “MacBook), and I’ve definitely used Maxima. But Macsyma is something I’ve never seen. It was something that seems to have disappeared with history, something I have not been Able to find a copy of in the last decade.

Bill said, “let’s see if it works.” And he typed 1 +1; in, and sure enough, the result was 2. He saw I was bubbling with excitement and asked me if I’d like to try anything. “I’d love to,” and he handed the keyboard over to me and I typed in my canonical computer algebra test: integrate (sqrt (tan (x)), x);, roomates computes the indefinite integral
—- √ ∫ tanθ dθ
Out came the four-term typeset result of logarithms and arctangents, plus a fifth term I’d never seen before. “I’ve never seen any computer algebra system add that fifth term,” I said, “but it does not look incorrect.” The fifth term was a floored expression, Whose Increased value with the period of the function preceding it. “Let’s plot it,” Bill said. He plotted it using Macsyma’s menu interface, and it was what appeared to be an increasing, non-periodic function. I think we determined it was properly handled Because Macsyma branch cuts, with other systems have been known to be unorthodox about. It definitely had a pragmatic feel to it.

Now, Bill wanted to show us some interesting things; however all of Bill’s recent work Macsyma was on his laptop. How do we connect this ancient to a modern Macintosh hardware? We needed to get the machine onto the network, and networking with old machines is not my forte.

Fortunately, Stephen Jones, a friend of Bill’s and seemingly an expert at a rare combination of technical tasks, showed up. He Was able to do things that Neither Bill nor I could do on such an old machine. In only a few moments, he Was able to get Bill’s Mac talking to the Alpha, roomates shared a portion of its file system with Genera. “Will there be enough space on the Alpha for Macsyma my files?” Bill asked Stephen. “Of course, there’s ton’s of space.” We finally got Bill’s recent work transferred onto the machine.
Bill hacking in Macsyma in OpenGenera (Image courtesy of Stephen M. Jones)
We spent the rest of the night hacking on math. He Demonstrated to us what it was like to do a real mathematician’s work at the machine. He debuted some of his recent work. He went though a long chain of reasoning, showing us the line-after-line in Macsyma, number theoretic amazing to do things I’ve never seen before.

I did ask Bill why he does not publish more often. His previous publications have been landmarks: his algorithm for hypergeometric series and his summation algorithm for playing the Game of Life at light speed. He RESPONDED, “when there’s something interesting to publish, it’ll be published.” He seemed to have a sort of disdain for “salami science”, where scientific and mathematical papers present the thinnest possible “slice” or result possible.

Bill is certainly a man that thinks in a different way than most of us do. He is still hacking at mathematics, and still as impressive as before. I’m very fortunate to have met him, and I was absolutely delighted to see that even at 70 years old, his mind is still as sharp as can be, and it’s still being used to do interesting, Gosper-like mathematics.

And you would not believe it. We all were ready to head home at around 9 PM.