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Choosing a Personal Fitness and Nutrition

  • Posted on February 27, 2018 at 9:12 am

A personal fitness and nutrition trainer can help you enter a race where there’s no engraved cup or money award at the finish line. Unlike the Thoroughbreds racing at the local park, you will be running for your very life instead. Fitness and nutrition are the keys to a quality long life.

Racing for Fitness

Almost 60% of people in the United States are overweight or obese. The consequences of having too much fat on your body can be severe. Obesity is a major cause of many serious illnesses including Type 2 diabetes, coronary heart disease, high blood pressure and even certain forms of cancer. Continue reading Choosing a Personal Fitness and Nutrition…

Five Most Awesome 70’s Singers

  • Posted on February 3, 2018 at 8:31 am

Some of the most memorable artists of that time are Stevie Wonder, Elton John, Diana Ross, Carly Simon, and hard rock star Van Halen. These singers made the 70’s an important era in the music industry where younger and newer singers look for inspiration. Because of this, modern singers are able to bring in fresh music as inspired by 70’s artists. All of these artists have albums where you can download free music MP3s and iPods.

Best Male Performers

Sir Elton John was catapulted to fame in the 70’s and is still famous until today. He is known around the world to write his own songs. He is known to be one of the greatest English artists of all time and extended his popularity all throughout the United States. Elton John has 6 Grammy awards under his belt and has sold more than 250 million copies of his albums throughout the world. Go to websites to download free music. He has been knighted by none other than Queen Elizabeth for his significant contributions to the music industry and became a Rock and Roll Hall of Famer in 1994. He continues to tour both the United States and Europe.

Another great singer of that era was Stevie Wonder. Stevie Wonder created great music although he lost his sight after he was born. Stevie Wonder created great music and has 22 Grammies won throughout his entire career and he was one of the five “All Time Top Artists” by Billboard Magazine. On the other hand, Van Halen who entertained the world in a different genre became successful with songs like “Dance the Night Away” and “Runnin like the Devil”.

Top Female Performers of the 70’s

In the case of female singers, Carly Simon is truly the best. She wrote many of the most sought after songs during the seventies. Carly’s popular hit songs included “You’re so Vain” and “Nobody Does it Better”. It is worth having, you can download free music MP3. Carly Simon was sworn in the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1994.

Diana Ross is another great woman singer. She became Female Entertainer of the Century by Billboard Magazine. Her popular hit “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” is still being played in today’s air waves which can be found on websites to download free music. Diana Ross ventured into film and the theater beginning in the eighties. The seventies was a special era of free love and rebellion. All of these advocacies went on through the creation of great music.

History of Coffee: Part IV – Commercialisation of Coffee

  • Posted on January 28, 2018 at 10:19 am

For many connoisseurs, the period from the mid-19th Century to the late 20th Century is the ‘Dark Age’ of coffee. During this era, coffee lost its Middle-Eastern mystical charm and became commercialised and, quite frankly, ordinary.

When coffee was first introduced into Britain during the 17th Century, it was a drink enjoyed by every social class. While the rich would enjoy coffee almost ceremonially in their social clubs, the poor saw coffee as an essential nutrient, a hot drink to replace a hot meal, or hunger suppressant. It was only a matter of time, with the advancement of technology, that large companies would form to take advantage of the coffee commodity.

Traditionally coffee was roasted in the home or in the coffeehouse. A practice imported from the Middle-East was to simply stir-fry green beans in an iron pan over a fire till brown. Some coffeehouses used a more sophisticated method of a cylindrical unit hung above a fire with a handle to rotate the beans inside. Both these methods were only capable of roasting small batches of coffee, a couple of kilos or several pounds at most, which ensured that the coffee was always fresh.

However, with the onset of the industrial revolution and mechanisation, coffee roasting technology soon improved. Commercial coffee roasters were being invented which were capable of roasting much larger batches of coffee. It was now possible for the few to meet the coffee needs of the masses.

It was in the United States where coffee initially started to be commercialised. In 1865, John Arbuckle marketed the first commercially available packages of ground, roasted coffee. His brand, ‘Ariosa’, was sold over a far larger area then any other coffee roaster. Instead of being confined to a small area close to his roasting factory, Arbuckle was able to establish his coffee as a regional brand. Others soon followed suit and, by World War I, there were a number of regional roasters including companies such as Folgers, Hill Brothers, and Maxwell House. These companies offered customers consistent quality and convenient packaging for use in the home, but at a price: freshness. It could be several weeks, or even months, before the end product would reach the customer.

One approach to prolonging the freshness of roasted coffee was to glaze it with a glutinous or gelatinous matter. After the coffee beans had been roasted, a glaze would be poured over them, which would form a hard, protective barrier around the bean. Once such glaze patented by John Arbuckle in 1868, consisted of using: a quart of water, one ounce of Irish moss, half an ounce of isinglass, half an ounce of gelatine, one ounce of white sugar, and twenty-four eggs, per hundred pounds of coffee. Arbuckle experimented with many different glazes over the years, eventually settling on a sugar based glaze. In fact, Arbuckle became such a prolific user of sugar that he entered into the sugar business rather then give a profit to others for the huge quantities he required.

So why were customers willing to buy this coffee? Once ground, coffee quickly loses its flavour and therefore should be consumed as soon as possible (at the very latest within 48 hours). But this was the age of the brand, where consistency ruled king over quality. Local roasters would often produce excellent coffee, but they could also produce foul coffee, occasionally containing a number of adulterations. Customers wanted to trust what they were buying. They wanted their coffee to taste exactly the same, time and time again.

The first coffee brand to come to Britain was Kenco. In 1923, a co-operative of Kenyan Coffee farmers set up a coffee shop in Sloan Square (London), called the Kenyan Coffee Company, to distribute high quality coffee beans around Britain. Their shop proved very popular and their brand of coffee (renamed Kenco in 1962) soon spread throughout the UK.

Worse was to come to the brew known as coffee. As regional roasters grew into national roasters and then into international roasters, their pursuit of profit intensified. Traditionally coffee came from the ‘arabica’ variety of coffee bush. But in the 1850s, the French and Portuguese began to cultivate a different variety of coffee bush, known as ‘robusta’, on the west coast of Africa between Gabon and Angola. Robusta beans were (and still are) cheaper then arabica beans as they are easier to grow and have an inferior flavour. Coffee roasters looking to minimise their production costs started blending robusta beans with arabica beans in increasing quantities. They also used shorter roast times, to reduce weight loss stopping the coffee from fully developing its complex flavour.

However the lowest point for coffee comes with the introduction of instant coffee – a drink bearing little resemblance in taste to actual coffee. Although the first commercially produced instant coffee, called ‘Red E Coffee’, invented by George Constant Washington, an English chemist living in Guatemala, was marketed in 1909, it is Nestlé who are generally attributed with the invention of instant coffee. In 1930, Nestlé were approached by the Instituto do Café (Brazilian Coffee Institute) to help find a solution to their coffee surpluses. They believed that a new coffee product that was soluble in hot water, yet retained its flavour, would help stimulate World coffee sales. After seven years of research and frequent tasting, scientist Max Mortgenthaler finally achieved the desired results and, on 1st April 1938, Nescafé was launched, first in Switzerland and then later in Britain.

Some claim that it was the introduction of commercial television in 1956 that acted as a catalyst to the success of instant coffee in Britain. The commercial breaks were too short a time in which to brew a cup of tea, but time enough for an instant coffee. There is probably some truth to this claim as, by the 1960s, the majority of the tea industry started producing tea bags, an invention by Thomas Sullivan over half a century earlier (1904). Tea bags were seen as more convenient, simpler and quicker to use then traditional loose leaf tea and so could compete against instant coffee.

The coffee industry soon realised the association between commercial breaks and coffee drinking and started investing heavily in television advertising. Probably the most famous series of coffee advertisements were made for Nescafé Gold Blend. First aired in 1987, these advertisements focused on the sexual chemistry between a couple, played by Anthony Head and Sharon Maughan, acted out in a mini soap opera. The advertisements gripped the whole nation, featuring as frequently as Eastenders or Coronation Street as topics of conversation. This original series of advertisements ran for ten years, increasing sales of Gold Blend by 40% in the first five years (there were two further, less successful, sets of advertisements with different actors). Such was the profile of these advertisements, that they even featured as a news article on the ‘News at Ten’.

With the coffee industry focused on price rather then quality, it was little wonder that coffee sales became stagnant. Coffee drinking was now more about a caffeine fix rather then about savouring the taste, to be drunk in a break from work, rather then to be enjoyed over conversation or while reading the newspaper. Unsurprisingly the younger generations born in the 70s and 80s turned their back on bitter coffee, preferring sugary soft drinks such as Coca Cola and Pepsi for their caffeine kicks.

Jazz Composer Rock The Party With Top Class Jazz Music

  • Posted on January 11, 2018 at 12:40 pm

Jazz music is one of the most famous and to be listened pop music in the world. Jazz composer has big hand behind jazz music being so popular across the diverse communities all over the world. The history of origin of Jazz music goes back to the date of 20th century. It is believed that it was originated in southern United States. Although, it is famous across the world and has seen several jazz composers who have greatly contributed emerging from across the world. It is due to some imminent musicians who made effort from tow to head to spread the essence of the music across the globe.

There is great uproar about the origin of the jazz. There is not any definite proof which strongly support its origin. Yet it is thought that it is the result of infusion of European-African classical music. As the music developed and spread across the world, it developed various sub-types. And each sub-type is famous in a particular place. Thus, it from its inception in the early 20th century till the present, it has developed various sub-genres such as new Orleans jazz in 1910,swing, Kansas, city and gypsy jazz in 1930 and 1940. from the mid 1940 onwards, west coat jazz, cool jazz, jazz fusion, funk jazz, rock, smooth, indo, urban, cyber and rapp and nu jazz have emerged as different forms of jazz.

With its diverse forms, it is very difficult for jazz composer to create an appealing and melodious jazz music. However, with constant practice and a good knowledge of every sub-genre of the music one can become a renowned jazz composer. There have been several jazz composers who have given their best to take the music to a new height. With their painstaking effort jazz music today has been so famous across the world. Like other music composers jazz composers too, are music composer. So they must have all that a music composer has. They have good knowledge of music and demand of people. For every music has room for the change or innovation.

Thus, to become a jazz composer it requires a lot of dedication to learn and you should have creative bend of mind as well. Jazz music is quietly affected by its composer as its every performance is sung in a different style. Thus a jazz composer must have ability to give distinctive touch to the music they compose. In jazz music a vocalist is accompanied by either guitarist or pianist or bassist or saxophonist or trumpeters. Thus, a jazz musician is highly skilled in and well familiar with every sub-genre of jazz music.

Todd Purves and Indonesia Warriors Split

  • Posted on September 23, 2017 at 9:23 am

Jakarta – Todd Purves will no longer be the coach of Indonesia Warriors in the Asean Basketball League (ABL) next season. Warriors decided not to extend the contract which runs out Todd on June 30, 2013.

Todd underwent two that could be considered a successful season with the Warriors. In his first season in 2012, coach from the United States successfully led the Warriors won the first title in the ABL.

In the second season, Todd returned with the Warriors until the final round. But they failed to retain the title after losing to San Miguel Beermen.

“There is nothing wrong or something. It was a wonderful time here and the success that I have had here has given me a good chance in the NBA and internationally,” Todd said as quoted by the official website of the ABL.

“So I hope to continue my career and I owe a lot of the Indonesia Warriors.”

After leaving the Warriors, Purves has not decided where he will continue his career. But Purves admitted that he had received an offer from a number of clubs.

“There are a few options that I was considering with the help of an agent. Has been no decision made ​​at this time but I’ve been contacted by several teams, both internationally and domestically in the United States,” said Purves.

“I will consider the options and will make a decision that I thought would be best for my career and my family,” he said.

Vintage Square Piano – 3 Attractive Traits Of Square Pianos

  • Posted on September 9, 2017 at 9:54 am

An antique square piano contains 3 desirable qualities you hardly ever see in many other pianos, particularly the pianos that we hold nowadays. Let us examine all these characteristics through reading the entire content of this short article.

Victorian Period Style

Square piano is usually thought of as a timeless form of musical instrument and also has a one-of-a-kind design. Antique square pianos are derived from Victorian time period when craftsmen would certainly assemble, carve, and contour the musical instrument utilizing their own hands. The most wonderful and also intriguing thing regarding square pianos is they were produced with the use of traditional and aged wood and logs only to have their cases and veneers put together. Nearly all vintage square pianos including squares by Steinway are generally inspired with Rococo Victorian along with the style of a cabriole leg. The entire physical appearance of Steinway square pianos is certainly neater plus more basic than the much more ornately carved square pianos.

Historical Importance

Square pianos had been among the very first pianos developed in the golden years of American piano creation. Wonderful artisans made square pianos in the late nineteenth century up to the World War II, the time piano making appeared to be at its greatest. Square pianos really are critical not just in the piano history but to the history in general. These kinds of instruments were put to use to be at the middle of many living spaces belonging to middle-class individuals in the Victorian period. Excellent composers just like Mozart and Bach utilized square pianos throughout their time in the eighteenth century. These instruments likewise achieved their recognition in the United States throughout the 1880s.

Capacity to be Restored and Maintained

In the face of the myths regarding the capability of square pianos to generally be renewed, you may still find professionals who assert they can be reconditioned and also maintained. Restoring them is achievable however it can be difficult due to its special shape and style. Thus. you should choose a qualified square piano restorer who adores and also values these distinctive pianos. Square pianos have got exclusive along with specific pieces like case, soundboard, tuning pins, action, strings, along with dampers. You could locate different piano restoration companies which acknowledge refurbishment jobs with regard to square pianos. Restoring a square piano is a must so that it is continued cherished like a family treasure that is passed from one generation to the next.

Concert Tickets Online

  • Posted on September 1, 2017 at 3:59 pm

You have the paper in the entertainment section, and found that your favorite singer or musical group comes to town for a concert. Now begins a very funny, because you’ll have to find a way to get the tickets you want. If the group or singer is very popular, it may mean that you actually go to the execution ground and stand in line to the cashier to buy tickets. If you do not have time for it, still want to get Front Row concert tickets, there is an easier way, which is to buy concert tickets
tickets online with concert ticket broker. Concert ticket brokers make it easy to find and purchase Front Row concert tickets you want in a nice price with no fuss.

Once you reach your concert ticket broker website, there are several ways you can find concert tickets there. Tickets for concerts are usually sorted by the name of a musical group or artist, as well as in cities in which they occur. This is a big time saver for you, because you can quickly jump to the group you want to see, and what their concert schedule for every major city in the United States.

Tickets for concerts are also listed in order of performance at each location. The best concert tickets brokers will offer seating charts so you can see exactly where the location, helping you make a good choice for the seat.

You can also search concert tickets for the number of tickets you want. Number of tickets varies depending on each proposal, so you’ll be looking at an offer that meets your needs.

Ticket prices are also available when searching for tickets
tickets for a concert ticket broker’s website. Famous ticket brokers have no hidden fees, so the price displayed on the ticket is the price you will pay. Ticket prices vary, so you can easily comparison shop for the best seats at the best prices on easy-to-use ticket broker web directory.

To save your credit card information safe, you want to make sure that when you buy concert tickets online, that site is encrypted and secure online shopping. The ticket broker must also guarantee that you’ll get the real tickets, which will arrive in ample time for you to use them.

You can spend time and effort trying to buy the tickets themselves, but why bother? It’s much easier to buy concert tickets online from your ticket broker.

Finding Geophysical Instruments for Surveys and More

  • Posted on June 5, 2017 at 5:20 pm

There are many suppliers who lease or sell geophysical instruments. Whether you need to rent or buy, you can locate reputable dealers online who can supply you with seismographs, magnetometers, electronic exploration equipment and more. Many of these dealers can be located on the Internet with a simple search via a popular search engine like Google or Bing.

In addition to selling and leasing equipment, many suppliers will also provide field support and training. Some offer equipment installation as well. The support teams are well trained and have a high level of expertise in the areas they specialize in.

These tools can be used for geologists, engineers, miners and others who may need to drill for research or commercial purposes. Some of the equipment is for use on land, while other tools can be used for marine research. The equipment is easy and safe to use by those who are properly trained.

Top of the line equipment is available for lease or purchase from several dealers throughout the United States as well as from other parts of the world. The tools can be useful for mining, drilling, and environmental research.

For example, seismographs can be used to research earthquake areas to determine seismic activity and help in forecasting earthquakes. Geologists and other scientists can sue the equipment as can commercial firms that might have a need for using it.

Magnetometers and other geophysical equipment are also available for those who need to rent or buy such equipment. These tools can help make surveying, drilling or research easier for the company or organization that uses them.

Geophysical instruments can be a great asset for geological surveys, scientific research, and commercial mining and drilling operations. Many companies sell and lease the equipment for scientific and commercial purposes. These dealers can be located via the Internet using a search engine.

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The Unusual Gourmet Coffee Gift

  • Posted on February 1, 2017 at 4:12 pm

Top 10 Unusual coffee gifts: So you have your cousin, the heavy gourmet coffee drinker and you want to surprise them this year. But you want to keep it coffee related but not give them the usual coffee beans, or gourmet coffee gift basket or even the usual gourmet coffee accessories or coffee mugs. And they are still using last year’s coffee gift basket and the French press coffee maker only lasted a month before it wore out its differentness and became a hassle.

So what can you give the coffee drinker and keep it usual. Glad you asked?

1. Java logs – Especially for the environmentally conscious coffee-drinker. Java logs are man-made fireplace logs that are made up mostly of coffee grounds
2. Coffee flavored shampoo – for those who just can’t get enough of that coffee aroma and want to smell like coffee all day. Purposively good for the hair though I’m sure the oil is beneficial.
3. Java love lotion – rub on your partner and see if they are as hot as your morning coffee. This has to be taking the “I love coffee” concept too far. ( I’m not making this up)
4. The Barista Action Figure – You coffee superhero can wake you in the morning and save you in the afternoon and make your favorite espresso in the afternoon. ( I’m not making this up)
5. Java necklace – a necklace of roasted and urethane coffee beans and your favorite jewelry stones. What better way to declare your love of coffee to the world? Beaded necklaces and other jewelry made with beads and coffee beans. Choose your favorite roast and favorite stones. Does love get any better than this?
6. Just coffee art – fine canvas paintings completely painted with paint made from coffee oils. It’s hard to believe that these amazing paintings are done entirely in coffee. Why do they paint with coffee? Not sure but I am waiting on the body coffee paints…
7. A real live coffee tree – makes a great indoor plant though I wouldn’t count on any coffee beans. If you do happen to grow some please send to Mission Grounds Gourmet Coffee. An ideal gift for any coffee-lover who also has a green thumb. These plants will actually bloom and produce coffee cherries, given the right and perfect growing conditions (they do well indoors as a plant but not a coffee producer).
8. Kopi Luwak coffee beans – don’t try this at home. Surprise someone with a gift box of the rarest coffee there is. It’s also the strangest in my opinion. The Luwak coffee beans have actually been eaten by a small animal before being collected and roasted – poop washed off.
9. Chocolate covered coffee beans – the perfect combination of chocolate and coffee beans or your perfect dose of sugar and caffeine. Give this to your children and watch them bounce off your walls – for days. I can’t imagine eating more than two of these. Take before your next 100 meter dash sprint.
10. Javapops – sweet candy that taste like coffee and is packed with 60 mg of caffeine. The perfect follow-up to the chocolate covered coffee beans. When your kids are coming off their 2 day chocolate covered bean high – give them two of these to offset the down mood. Or use these with your spouse before you lather them up with the coffee bean shampoo.

Isn’t that coffee gift basket looking better and better? If you really want any of these gifts just Google the gift idea and buy online.

Boake Moore is an IT Sales engineer by trade and founded a non profit coffee company called Mission Grounds Gourmet Coffee – It donates all its profits and proceeds to helping orphans and impoverished children. We currently are building schools in rural China, orphanages in South America; supporting orphans in Russia and Africa. And helping homeless children in the United States.