This sure is a very nice message!
I hope there are other versions to indicate other parts of the world.
“To make people realize that saving the planet starts with them saving paper, we took a standard paper dispenser and made a simple modification with green foil and the silhouette of South America. This allowed us to prove that the survival of the forest is directly connected to what people consume.”
Advertising Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Creative Director: Simon Wooller
Art Directors: Cliff Kagawa Holm, Silas Jansson
Copywriters: Cliff Kagawa Holm, Silas Jansson
John Darwin was presumed to have drowned five years ago in a canoeing accident but he was arrested last week when he walked into a London police station to ask the officers if they were looking for him.
Darwin, 57, vanished in March 2002 from his home in northeast England. Since reappearing, tanned and in good health, the former prison officer’s family has said he has no memory of events since 2000.
We in Nepal praise people when they die. Lot of people have been awarded with different awards and honors after their death. But this Girl Scout got her accolade in the last days of her life.
Faith Iames Schremp, 86, joined Girl Scouts in 1938 and earned all the proficiency badges needed to win the award.
But the morning Schremp, of Wausau, was to leave for Girl Scout Camp, she woke up with the mumps. Attending camp was the final rite of passage in earning the award. Schremp said she was heartbroken.
Internet and computer is taking over every aspect of our life. My reports, papers, bills, bank account details and transaction, correspondence, phone book, meeting schedules and almost everything I need everyday is saved in my computer. I have books, tools to do my work and output of numerous sleepless nights in the computer. Looks like everything I have is slowly being transferred to the idiot box in front of me!
These are the things that are really precious to me, so I have saved them in external drives, CDs, DVDs. But when I need them, it is always painful to go through the big pile to find the particular material for a particular time. Updating already archived material is also not so easy. So I am looking for something that can be easy to archive and retrieve. One of the best solution to the problem can be online drives. They sure do cost some but the flexibility in using them outwits the cost involved.
If you are looking for free online storage you can try Gmail Drive, a freeware to use on your e-mail account with Google. You can also use Yahoo mail to save files with their unlimited email storage capacity. The only catch is that you have to regularly log in to keep the email account active. I looked around to find free online drives and many of such services have been closed down or they no longer offer free service anymore. Some such sites are ZDisk, NetFloppy, DiskWise, Free Disk Space, iBackup, NBCi, xDrive etc.If you are willing to pay money you can get the premium features like security and reliability, the two most important aspect to consider while choosing online drive. iBackup, that used to provide free storage previously and has discontinued the service, promises to provide secure and reliable data storage by retaining up to 30 previous versions of data. Another positive aspect is that it has also own several awards including PC World (2006) and PC Magazine editor’s choices.
Will write about other nice service too when I come across them.
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