How To Read House Plans

Maybe you’re looking for a job in a real estate office or as an assistant with a construction company. Or it could be that you have taken a job at a local builders supply and will be doing material take offs. These are just a few of the jobs where you need to have a • Read More »

Making Jellies, Jams, and Canned Fruit

Grape Jam Wash the grapes picked from the stems, then press on the grapes with your thumb and forefinger one by one to separate the pulp from the skin. Heat the pulp over the stove eye until it softens and changes color a little. With a pestle, rub the pulp through a puree strainer, leaving • Read More »

Literature Of Ancient Anglers

Who was the first fisherman and how did he fish? Was there any honesty in his yarns he spun? No doubt, these questions may never be answered. The first fish story was told very long ago, and in all probability early mankind were fishermen. There are quite a few references to fishing in the Bible! • Read More »

Building a Solid Social Media Strategy

If your business is still young and you are just putting all of the pieces into place that will eventually bring you a great deal of success, you may not understand all of the power that social media holds and having a solid social media strategy will be one of the most pivotal and effective • Read More »


Think of DHTML as not a singular technology but a combination of three existing technologies glued together by the Document Object Model (DOM): 1. HTML – For creating text and image links and other page elements. 2. CSS – Style Sheets for further formatting of text and html plus other added features such as positioning • Read More »

Treating Irritable Bowel Syndrome With Hypnosis

Irritable Bowel Syndrome – or IBS – is a disruption of the digestive system that can cause a range of different symptoms in the stomach and intestinal tract. In bygone years IBS was called ‘spastic colon’, but its name was changed for obvious reasons. IBS affects around one third of the population at some time • Read More »

Bass Fishing

In most States the open season for black bass is a long one, much longer than for brook trout. In general, the law protects the bass only during the spawning season which for a period of two months, all the rest of the year is open season. May and June are usually closed months, and • Read More »