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How to do a Compression Test on an Engine

24th November 2014
Why do a compression test? The engine’s compression reveals much about the state of the engine. Low compression caused by a faulty valve or worn piston ring could mean a lack of power or blowing smoke from the exhaust but can also help you rule out so... Read >
Author: CYV Industries

One of the Best IT Hiring Decisions I Ever Made

06th November 2012
IT staffing isn't just about finding the right candidate. It's about overcoming internal blind spots and prejudice. In a past job of mine, we had an open position for a part-time user support assistant and we wanted to fill it with a student intern fro... Read >
Author: MarcusWellington

How to sit in front of a Computer

07th June 2010
Sitting at a computer for long periods of time can take a toll on your body. By not sitting in the correct position, it is easy to end up with back pain, neck pain, knee pains, and a tingling of the hands and fingers. This could easily turn into Carpal Tu... Read >
Author: Rudy cote

Home and Garden water misting system

25th January 2010
Most people are beginning to appreciate that a misting system or what is popularly known as evaporative cooling, is the most cost-effective way to cool gardens and areas outside one's home. The basic principle behind this system is moving air past water p... Read >
Author: John peter

The Gruen Vintage Watches

11th December 2009
The Techni-Quadron, was similiar to the Quadron, had a rectangle shaped face and was released in 1928. Both of the Gruen vintage watches had two dials. The upper dial displayed the minute hand and hour hand while the lower dial, virtually as big as the up... Read >
Author: Alan Brenner

Facts About Leaky Gut Syndrome

01st December 2009
Leaky Gut Syndrome is a serious problem in the US, primarily because of the types of foods that we ne eat. All of the years that Americans have been eating processed foods are causing a sequence of problems. Sludge that is indigestible or processed foods ... Read >
Author: TheDoctor Within

How to Write a Job Transfer Request

05th August 2009
Employees commonly write job transfer requests if they want to be promoted or if they want to be transferred to the other bases or facilities owned by their employers. Being able to write these requests effectively is important to get the job position tha... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Asking For A Promotion

01st April 2009
Are you frustrated with your current position at work? Would you like to advance in your company? If you would like to do so, you may be interested in asking for a promotion. The question is should you? When it comes to determining if you should ask f... Read >
Author: Julia Sullivan

Early Office equipment Printing Method in the late 1800s

09th January 2009
Early table top office printing equipment was a device built as a wooden box, this box was slightly larger than the size of paper known as foolscap, the box was fitted with a slate top, onto the side of the box was a hinged frame, stretched across the hin... Read >
Author: nashmathers

Gaylord Tonneau Cover Reviews

05th September 2008
If you're serious about buying the best fiberglass tonneau cover then you'll have heard of Gaylord truck bed covers. They may be good but with their big price tag are they really worth it? Here's a review of what's on offer and what you'll be getting for ... Read >
Author: Robin OBrien

Are Ceramic Taps For DIY Plumbing?

01st September 2006
Not every plumbing job needs a licensed plumber. In fact there are many small jobs that can easily be handled by the do it yourself plumber. When it comes to DIY plumbing are ceramic taps an option for you to install? Well let's start by better underst... Read >
Author: Carl Shupert
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