New Orleans Mardi Gras celebrations began this year on Jan. 6 commemorating King’s Day (Feast of the Epiphany), and ends on Shrove Tuesday, or “Fat Tuesday”, the day before Ash Wednesday, February 28th. Parades, free outdoor concerts with national and local artists are among the attractions that draw the 1.4 million visitors each year, and that’s more than double the Women’s March (470,000) in Washington DC and Inauguration (160,000) combined! Continue reading Mardi Gras 2017 Better with NuShield Antireflective Screen Protectors
Not satisfied with standard printed Valentine cards? Want to make your Valentine message more personal and more relevant? Exchanging photos of special times, adventures, and happy times in photo collages, photo albums, Facebook and Instagram photos can be far more moving than giving a generic purchased cards. Continue reading Five Fun Ways to Show Your Love on Valentine’s Day with NuShield Triple A Antiglare Screen Protectors
Electronic flight bags, or EFB’s for short, have quickly become the flight bag of choice in the cockpit world of pilots. No longer does a pilot have to carry on paper or hard copy instructions that might weigh as much as 30 to 40 pounds when going to work.
In winter, snow creates a dangerous amount of glare. While you’re driving, skiing or clearing your walk from the latest fresh snowfall, snow reflects light in all directions. Sunlight will go directly into your eyes, as well as bouncing off of reflective surfaces such as street signs and windows.
The holiday season is upon us once again and people are starting to shop for gifts for their loved ones. If you’re like many, you may be considering getting a tablet or iPad for those dear to you. These handy devices are perfect for those who love to read; they hold countless books, magazines and newspapers, and are light, thin and easy to carry. You won’t have to carry a heavy bag of books to the pool or on vacation, and you don’t have to worry about recycling or throwing away so much paper when you’re done reading.
What was once a luxury is now a necessity. These days, every college student needs a computer of their own. With a computer, students can read files, communicate with professors and classmates, and work on papers without having to go to a library or computer lab.
Think about all the ways you put your eyes to work during the day. From the first moment you wake up to the last moment before you go to sleep, your eyes are your guide to the world around you. They help you work through the basics—reading the clock when the alarm goes off, checking labels on food you’ll eat for breakfast, knowing when it’s safe to cross a street. And they also help with more complex tasks—reading reports at work, for example, or absorbing a piece of literature that you’re in love with.
It might still be warm outside, but as the calendar turns to Labor Day, many children are gearing up for the new school year, and parents are busy stocking up on back-to-school supplies.
Many consumers don’t know what their devices are worth. When you get a new smartphone, for instance, your phone provider typically distributes the cost of the device into your plan, hiding how much you’re actually paying. Plus, many people seem to think devices are like cars: they depreciate in value from the minute you get them. But that’s not true.
Notebooks and iPads are small and light. They can contain thousands of books, and they make it easy to order and receive new books with just a few clicks. Their portability makes them the perfect option for book-lovers on vacation. Plus, one device, used many times, is more environmentally friendly than buying and recycling many magazines, or having several books shipped to you.