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  • Wineshop

    Like every other item, you can shop online for wine too.
    Wine is definitely an integral part of every occasion but not to have a bottle of chilled wine
    in a happy event of your family surely takes away a lot of merriment out of the
    celebration. After all, a toast towards the important persons
    presiding over the occasion is the surest way of wishing
    them well. This has been the custom made from time immemorial and a
    happy event is always associated with eating and drinking.
    And even though the loud celebrations of the historic days
    have made room for stylish celebrations in plush interiors, the associations of
    the wine have very much continued to be the same.


    Practical Option: Although it is usually believed by some that wines should always be brought personally after a lot of wine
    tasting, it is never truly possible in practical
    terms. Moreover, the kind of wine that you might be hoping to present to
    your guests may not be available locally and it will not be possible for
    you to travel excessively to buy them your self.
    In such cases, online wine shopping is the greatest option.
    And all you need is a reasonable amount of knowledge on wine to
    tell apart between the various types and to choose what you want.


    Greater Variety: Online wine shopping also gives you the opportunity of
    widening your horizons. You will have the opportunity to choose from a lot
    of varieties and manufacturers, all of which you probably never would have obtained in even the best wine shops in town.
    So , even if you had planned on something, you might just come across some thing even better and the praises that you will
    obtain for it will increase manifold. However , should you
    not know much about wines, then you should avoid a lot of experimenting.



    In your own home Service: You also will not have to bodily travel for all the shopping
    and you can pay attention to other details. Online shopping delivers the goods at your
    doorstep and you can have all the wine that you need for your
    guests, without traversing your threshold.
    This is also the situation if you want to gift someone. You have to provide them with
    the address and date from which to be delivered, any personal
    information if you desire, and your gift is going to be delivered accordingly, conveying your cozy regards even if
    you cannot be physically existing yourself.
    Fluorescent lighting contains toxic materials such as mercury which
    is harmful to environment and human body. Did you know that if you
    drop or break a fluorescent bulb you must leave the room for
    4 hours, due to the toxic materials floating in the air, which could cause respiratory damage, or Asthma in the long run for workers who have to deal with these fixtures
    daily. For workers and personnel who replace fluorescent
    tubes at work such as electricians are the most impressed by LED tubes, since they are not only easier
    to install, requiring no ballast, but they are worry-free, as they can last upwards of 10
    years, on for 24 hours a day, and do not contain any toxic materials like mercury dust that fluorescents
    do. For quick installation, LED tube lighting can be placed and installed directly into existing
    fluorescent T5 and T8 sized sockets, you only need
    to remove the ballast, plug the LED bulbs in, and you're done!
    Contrary to popular belief, LEDs are very easy
    to install in this day and age, and the bulk of LED products are now "plug-and-play" while still offering a slick look with unmatched energy savings.


    Although fluorescent lighting is more energy efficient than incandescent lighting, it is still
    an energy wasting monster when compared with LED lighting.

    For businesses who have a large electric bill, switching to LEDs could cut
    your energy bill in half, while still keeping all of the
    brightness, and no fluorescent flickering! Even with the
    most advanced state of the art CFLs, fluorescent lighting accounts for a high percentage in existing
    lighting all over the world, switching from fluorescent lighting into LED lighting can greatly reduce the
    global lighting power consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.
    Now let's do some detailed analysis to compare LED and fluorescent lighting,
    and there is no doubt that LED will defeat fluorescent
    lighting.

    First of all, LED lighting is more energy efficient than fluorescent lighting
    due to the high efficacy of LEDs. LEDs for interior lighting have
    already broken the efficacy record of 100 lumen per watt,
    while fluorescent lighting only has an efficacy of around 60 lumen per watt.
    LED has a power factor of 0.9, which means most of the
    power is converted into light, but when fluorescent lighting works, a
    huge amount of power is converted into heat which will be dispersed finally.
    LED lighting consumes only 30% energy as fluorescent lighting to deliver the same lumen output.


    Secondly, Flexible LED lighting has a much longer lifetime than fluorescent lighting since
    LED lighting is solid state lighting which more stable and reliable.
    LEDs can last over 50,000 hours which means 17 years
    under normal use. Whereas fluorescent lighting
    only has a lifetime of around 5,000 hours, which means you have to replace them as often.
    Using LED lighting can greatly save your expenses which are used to buy new light bulbs and pay for
    the labor.

    In addition, the light quality of LED down lighting is much better than that of fluorescent lighting.
    Fluorescent lighting is always flickering when start up,
    while LED lighting is quick to start up without any
    flickering. We all know and have seen or live with flickering
    fluorescent tubes on a daily basis. They've actually been proven to cause headaches,
    due to the micro-pulse wavelength they emit. Using LEDs can reduce workplace strain, headaches, and increase efficiency, with workers at top performance,
    minus the migraines from CFLs!

    When on for hours a day, for a long period of time, fluorescent lighting may have some hot spots due to heat
    it generates, which does not happen to LED lighting. These hotspots cause the
    rest of the light to become dimmer, and quickly results in a dead CFL
    tube, a perfect reason to switch to LED T8 Tubes or T5
    tubes, depending on the socket size. Fluorescent lighting / CFL
    pigtails can cause eyestrain, but LED lighting does not as a result
    of its uniform and unparalleled balanced light output, and does not
    flicker or emit a low pitched humming like the earlier fluorescent technology.
    Today, Flexible LED Lighting, Home LEDs, and Downlighs / LED
    Tubes are more eco-friendly than ever, beating fluorescent lighting by upwards of 500% - Translation: Savings on your energy
    bill for both your home and office lighting fixtures.
    And of course, Fluorescent lighting contains toxic materials such as
    mercury which can cause air pollution if broken, and when thrown out and
    can cause permanent damage to the lungs and throat / skin if contact is frequent, or
    daily.

    In contrast, LED lighting is solid state lighting which does not
    contain any filaments that could break (like incandescent) or hazardous materials like CFLs.
    Someone may say that the upfront costs of LED lighting is too high, due to the technology used to achieve such a
    high lumens per watt (efficacy) rating, it is true.
    However, think about the long term energy savings, and savings you will get from not needing to replace the lights, for up to 5 or 10 times as long, depending if the light replaced was incandescent
    or fluorescent. Either way, the more high energy
    halogen, incandescent, or fluorescent lights
    you replace, the more money you will save every month.
    Some towns and states even have a tax-rebate / government program that
    pays you / reimburses you for energy saving LED bulbs. Check with your local town, half the bill could be on them due
    to recent energy grants and programs setup by President Obama in early 2010.
    Over the full life of the LED fixture / tube or bulb, the money saved by using LED lighting will be enormous?
    Why's that? When factoring in the true price of lighting, you must include all 3 variables: Upfront costs, maintenance costs, and
    a maintenance main to routinely replace your lights..

    that is of course, if you aren't using LEDs!

    In my opinion, LED lighting will replace fluorescent lighting since it meets the requirements of sustainable development, incandescent lighting, due to energy savings and
    durability, and halogen lighting due to the heat, safety factor, and of course energy usage!
    Replace your money hungry lights at the home, office, hotel, casino, college, dorm, or even your RV to save battery power!
    Go green and truly be eco-friendly with LED lighting, and don't forget to PROPERLY dispose of CFL lights in a sealed garbage bag
    (or two, or your garbage mans health).firm?

    Your law firm logo represents your law firm to the outside world.
    Every seemingly insignificant aspect of it makes an impression on the client.

    Font. Color scheme. Name arrangement. Text size. Spacing.

    Inclusion of a scale or gavel image.

    Looking at your business card and firm logo, your client gets an impression. Your client forms an idea in his or her head of what
    your firm stands for. Is your logo modern or traditional?

    Does it make you look frugal and indifferent, like you
    made the logo yourself in Microsoft Word or does it look
    like you value your reputation and appearance, and had a professional designer create the logo?


    Before approaching a logo designer or creating the logo yourself, there are some very important
    steps you can take to get a clear picture of what the logo should entail and how it should represent your law firm.


    Tip 1: Look at your competitors

    You don't want your law firm to look like the other law
    firms in your practice area and location, lest your firm be
    unmemorable to the client. The last thing you want to do is confuse the
    client with what sets your firm apart from everyone else.
    See what you like about their logos. Make notes. Try and
    gauge how their logos make you perceive their
    law firms. Do their logos make the firms appear professional or do they seem like
    the firms are unremarkable? Think about what you like and don't like
    about these firm logos when deciding on how your own logo is going to
    look.

    Tip 2: Modern or traditional? Decide on a theme

    Do you want your logo to be modern or traditional?

    These are the two main theme options for law firm logos. This usually
    means the difference between serif and sans-serif font.
    What does that mean? Open Microsoft Word or Google Docs.

    Type your law firm name in Times New Roman, Georgia, or Garamond font.
    Then, type your firm name again in either Arial or Helvetica.

    The first three fonts are considered serif fonts because you can see they have little lines on the
    bottom and sides of letters like A, B, and C. The sans-serif
    fonts do not have these lines. Serif fonts are associated with newspapers,
    considered more traditional fonts. Sans-serif fonts are associated with Internet content and are
    considered modern. Do you want your law firm to have the appearance of a traditional, storied practice or do you want it to appear sleek,
    adaptive, and modern? The choice is yours.

    Tip 3: Choose a Font

    Now that we've decided whether to go serif or sans-serif,
    we need to choose which font is going to represent the firm.
    First thing's first, it should be noted that you should NOT use
    a commonly used font. Arial, Helvetica, Times New Roman. People see these fonts every day.
    Whether they recognize them immediately as Arial, Helvetica, or Times New Roman, people know these fonts.
    They see Times New Roman while reading the newspaper. They see Helvetica when getting on the
    subway. They see Arial while reading websites. These fonts do not make
    an impression anymore.

    There are many sites where you can download fonts for free.
    Google has a directory of free fonts, most of which you're guaranteed to not have come across.
    Take a look around. Use the Google Font tool to test out your law firm name in different fonts and compare them side by side.


    One last tip on choosing a font: Don't be indecisive.
    While two or three fonts may look similar to you,
    your clients will never know the difference when you choose a font for your
    law firm logo. They will never know that it
    was down to three similar fonts. The client will likely not be influenced any differently by similar looking fonts.
    You may want to ask someone else for their opinion on two or
    three fonts, but make a choice and stick with it.

    Tip 4: Choose your colors

    Online you can find many color wheel tools useful to help web designers choose
    color schemes. Click on a primary color and they will suggest complementary colors.
    Just make sure that you use a color selection helping tool.
    Otherwise, you may end up picking two colors that just don't work together.



    When picking colors try avoiding those of a law firm in your practice
    area and region. You want to make sure you
    stand apart in the mind of the client. If you think every color combination has been taken by the firms in your region, just ensure
    that your logo look different to distinguish you from your competitors.


    Tip 5: Images or No Images?

    Often a law firm logo entails an arrangement of the names of the partners.
    Sometimes it's an abbreviation of those names. Other times, the logo includes
    a tried and true symbol of the legal profession -
    the scales of justice - or a gavel - alongside the partner names.


    Generally, I hate the scales of justice and gavel. They've been played out.

    They're overdone. They're sickening. They're unimaginative.


    If you are going to include an image alongside your partner
    names, why not include a memorable image that represents your law firm,
    conveys professionalism, and also originality?
    You can do this by including an image, if you so choose, of the initials
    of the firm partners' names. If the firm is Crane, Poole, and Schmidt, you could have a small CPS initialed logo.
    This is a more modern element to law firm logos, differentiates the firm, and also looks professional.
    So, if you are going to include an image, consider shelving the gavel and scales for something
    a bit more contemporary and unique.

    Conclusion

    With all of these tips in mind, you're ahead of the game.
    Whether you decide to make a logo yourself or approach logo designers, you know what you want your logo to convey.
    You know the message you want your clients to receive.
    You know how your competitors look and how you're
    going to look different. Now, you can clearly envision what your logo is going to look like without
    having to get wildly different designs from a designer that won't be useful
    for your firm.

    If you are proficient at Photoshop, I would suggest taking a shot at creating a logo
    yourself. If not, maybe you should consider hiring a logo designer.
    In this crowdsourcing era of Internet technology, logo designs can be incredibly inexpensive.
    There are many sites now like 99designs.com where you can crowdsource your logo design, having
    up to several hundred design mock-ups sent to you by freelance designers, with
    you choosing and paying for your favorite.

  • Wineshop

    Like every other item, you can shop online for wine too.
    Wine is definitely an integral part of every occasion but not to have a bottle of chilled wine
    in a happy event of your family surely takes away a lot of merriment out of the
    celebration. After all, a toast towards the important persons
    presiding over the occasion is the surest way of wishing
    them well. This has been the custom made from time immemorial and a
    happy event is always associated with eating and drinking.
    And even though the loud celebrations of the historic days
    have made room for stylish celebrations in plush interiors, the associations of
    the wine have very much continued to be the same.


    Practical Option: Although it is usually believed by some that wines should always be brought personally after a lot of wine
    tasting, it is never truly possible in practical
    terms. Moreover, the kind of wine that you might be hoping to present to
    your guests may not be available locally and it will not be possible for
    you to travel excessively to buy them your self.
    In such cases, online wine shopping is the greatest option.
    And all you need is a reasonable amount of knowledge on wine to
    tell apart between the various types and to choose what you want.


    Greater Variety: Online wine shopping also gives you the opportunity of
    widening your horizons. You will have the opportunity to choose from a lot
    of varieties and manufacturers, all of which you probably never would have obtained in even the best wine shops in town.
    So , even if you had planned on something, you might just come across some thing even better and the praises that you will
    obtain for it will increase manifold. However , should you
    not know much about wines, then you should avoid a lot of experimenting.



    In your own home Service: You also will not have to bodily travel for all the shopping
    and you can pay attention to other details. Online shopping delivers the goods at your
    doorstep and you can have all the wine that you need for your
    guests, without traversing your threshold.
    This is also the situation if you want to gift someone. You have to provide them with
    the address and date from which to be delivered, any personal
    information if you desire, and your gift is going to be delivered accordingly, conveying your cozy regards even if
    you cannot be physically existing yourself.
    Fluorescent lighting contains toxic materials such as mercury which
    is harmful to environment and human body. Did you know that if you
    drop or break a fluorescent bulb you must leave the room for
    4 hours, due to the toxic materials floating in the air, which could cause respiratory damage, or Asthma in the long run for workers who have to deal with these fixtures
    daily. For workers and personnel who replace fluorescent
    tubes at work such as electricians are the most impressed by LED tubes, since they are not only easier
    to install, requiring no ballast, but they are worry-free, as they can last upwards of 10
    years, on for 24 hours a day, and do not contain any toxic materials like mercury dust that fluorescents
    do. For quick installation, LED tube lighting can be placed and installed directly into existing
    fluorescent T5 and T8 sized sockets, you only need
    to remove the ballast, plug the LED bulbs in, and you're done!
    Contrary to popular belief, LEDs are very easy
    to install in this day and age, and the bulk of LED products are now "plug-and-play" while still offering a slick look with unmatched energy savings.


    Although fluorescent lighting is more energy efficient than incandescent lighting, it is still
    an energy wasting monster when compared with LED lighting.

    For businesses who have a large electric bill, switching to LEDs could cut
    your energy bill in half, while still keeping all of the
    brightness, and no fluorescent flickering! Even with the
    most advanced state of the art CFLs, fluorescent lighting accounts for a high percentage in existing
    lighting all over the world, switching from fluorescent lighting into LED lighting can greatly reduce the
    global lighting power consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.
    Now let's do some detailed analysis to compare LED and fluorescent lighting,
    and there is no doubt that LED will defeat fluorescent
    lighting.

    First of all, LED lighting is more energy efficient than fluorescent lighting
    due to the high efficacy of LEDs. LEDs for interior lighting have
    already broken the efficacy record of 100 lumen per watt,
    while fluorescent lighting only has an efficacy of around 60 lumen per watt.
    LED has a power factor of 0.9, which means most of the
    power is converted into light, but when fluorescent lighting works, a
    huge amount of power is converted into heat which will be dispersed finally.
    LED lighting consumes only 30% energy as fluorescent lighting to deliver the same lumen output.


    Secondly, Flexible LED lighting has a much longer lifetime than fluorescent lighting since
    LED lighting is solid state lighting which more stable and reliable.
    LEDs can last over 50,000 hours which means 17 years
    under normal use. Whereas fluorescent lighting
    only has a lifetime of around 5,000 hours, which means you have to replace them as often.
    Using LED lighting can greatly save your expenses which are used to buy new light bulbs and pay for
    the labor.

    In addition, the light quality of LED down lighting is much better than that of fluorescent lighting.
    Fluorescent lighting is always flickering when start up,
    while LED lighting is quick to start up without any
    flickering. We all know and have seen or live with flickering
    fluorescent tubes on a daily basis. They've actually been proven to cause headaches,
    due to the micro-pulse wavelength they emit. Using LEDs can reduce workplace strain, headaches, and increase efficiency, with workers at top performance,
    minus the migraines from CFLs!

    When on for hours a day, for a long period of time, fluorescent lighting may have some hot spots due to heat
    it generates, which does not happen to LED lighting. These hotspots cause the
    rest of the light to become dimmer, and quickly results in a dead CFL
    tube, a perfect reason to switch to LED T8 Tubes or T5
    tubes, depending on the socket size. Fluorescent lighting / CFL
    pigtails can cause eyestrain, but LED lighting does not as a result
    of its uniform and unparalleled balanced light output, and does not
    flicker or emit a low pitched humming like the earlier fluorescent technology.
    Today, Flexible LED Lighting, Home LEDs, and Downlighs / LED
    Tubes are more eco-friendly than ever, beating fluorescent lighting by upwards of 500% - Translation: Savings on your energy
    bill for both your home and office lighting fixtures.
    And of course, Fluorescent lighting contains toxic materials such as
    mercury which can cause air pollution if broken, and when thrown out and
    can cause permanent damage to the lungs and throat / skin if contact is frequent, or
    daily.

    In contrast, LED lighting is solid state lighting which does not
    contain any filaments that could break (like incandescent) or hazardous materials like CFLs.
    Someone may say that the upfront costs of LED lighting is too high, due to the technology used to achieve such a
    high lumens per watt (efficacy) rating, it is true.
    However, think about the long term energy savings, and savings you will get from not needing to replace the lights, for up to 5 or 10 times as long, depending if the light replaced was incandescent
    or fluorescent. Either way, the more high energy
    halogen, incandescent, or fluorescent lights
    you replace, the more money you will save every month.
    Some towns and states even have a tax-rebate / government program that
    pays you / reimburses you for energy saving LED bulbs. Check with your local town, half the bill could be on them due
    to recent energy grants and programs setup by President Obama in early 2010.
    Over the full life of the LED fixture / tube or bulb, the money saved by using LED lighting will be enormous?
    Why's that? When factoring in the true price of lighting, you must include all 3 variables: Upfront costs, maintenance costs, and
    a maintenance main to routinely replace your lights..

    that is of course, if you aren't using LEDs!

    In my opinion, LED lighting will replace fluorescent lighting since it meets the requirements of sustainable development, incandescent lighting, due to energy savings and
    durability, and halogen lighting due to the heat, safety factor, and of course energy usage!
    Replace your money hungry lights at the home, office, hotel, casino, college, dorm, or even your RV to save battery power!
    Go green and truly be eco-friendly with LED lighting, and don't forget to PROPERLY dispose of CFL lights in a sealed garbage bag
    (or two, or your garbage mans health).firm?

    Your law firm logo represents your law firm to the outside world.
    Every seemingly insignificant aspect of it makes an impression on the client.

    Font. Color scheme. Name arrangement. Text size. Spacing.

    Inclusion of a scale or gavel image.

    Looking at your business card and firm logo, your client gets an impression. Your client forms an idea in his or her head of what
    your firm stands for. Is your logo modern or traditional?

    Does it make you look frugal and indifferent, like you
    made the logo yourself in Microsoft Word or does it look
    like you value your reputation and appearance, and had a professional designer create the logo?


    Before approaching a logo designer or creating the logo yourself, there are some very important
    steps you can take to get a clear picture of what the logo should entail and how it should represent your law firm.


    Tip 1: Look at your competitors

    You don't want your law firm to look like the other law
    firms in your practice area and location, lest your firm be
    unmemorable to the client. The last thing you want to do is confuse the
    client with what sets your firm apart from everyone else.
    See what you like about their logos. Make notes. Try and
    gauge how their logos make you perceive their
    law firms. Do their logos make the firms appear professional or do they seem like
    the firms are unremarkable? Think about what you like and don't like
    about these firm logos when deciding on how your own logo is going to
    look.

    Tip 2: Modern or traditional? Decide on a theme

    Do you want your logo to be modern or traditional?

    These are the two main theme options for law firm logos. This usually
    means the difference between serif and sans-serif font.
    What does that mean? Open Microsoft Word or Google Docs.

    Type your law firm name in Times New Roman, Georgia, or Garamond font.
    Then, type your firm name again in either Arial or Helvetica.

    The first three fonts are considered serif fonts because you can see they have little lines on the
    bottom and sides of letters like A, B, and C. The sans-serif
    fonts do not have these lines. Serif fonts are associated with newspapers,
    considered more traditional fonts. Sans-serif fonts are associated with Internet content and are
    considered modern. Do you want your law firm to have the appearance of a traditional, storied practice or do you want it to appear sleek,
    adaptive, and modern? The choice is yours.

    Tip 3: Choose a Font

    Now that we've decided whether to go serif or sans-serif,
    we need to choose which font is going to represent the firm.
    First thing's first, it should be noted that you should NOT use
    a commonly used font. Arial, Helvetica, Times New Roman. People see these fonts every day.
    Whether they recognize them immediately as Arial, Helvetica, or Times New Roman, people know these fonts.
    They see Times New Roman while reading the newspaper. They see Helvetica when getting on the
    subway. They see Arial while reading websites. These fonts do not make
    an impression anymore.

    There are many sites where you can download fonts for free.
    Google has a directory of free fonts, most of which you're guaranteed to not have come across.
    Take a look around. Use the Google Font tool to test out your law firm name in different fonts and compare them side by side.


    One last tip on choosing a font: Don't be indecisive.
    While two or three fonts may look similar to you,
    your clients will never know the difference when you choose a font for your
    law firm logo. They will never know that it
    was down to three similar fonts. The client will likely not be influenced any differently by similar looking fonts.
    You may want to ask someone else for their opinion on two or
    three fonts, but make a choice and stick with it.

    Tip 4: Choose your colors

    Online you can find many color wheel tools useful to help web designers choose
    color schemes. Click on a primary color and they will suggest complementary colors.
    Just make sure that you use a color selection helping tool.
    Otherwise, you may end up picking two colors that just don't work together.



    When picking colors try avoiding those of a law firm in your practice
    area and region. You want to make sure you
    stand apart in the mind of the client. If you think every color combination has been taken by the firms in your region, just ensure
    that your logo look different to distinguish you from your competitors.


    Tip 5: Images or No Images?

    Often a law firm logo entails an arrangement of the names of the partners.
    Sometimes it's an abbreviation of those names. Other times, the logo includes
    a tried and true symbol of the legal profession -
    the scales of justice - or a gavel - alongside the partner names.


    Generally, I hate the scales of justice and gavel. They've been played out.

    They're overdone. They're sickening. They're unimaginative.


    If you are going to include an image alongside your partner
    names, why not include a memorable image that represents your law firm,
    conveys professionalism, and also originality?
    You can do this by including an image, if you so choose, of the initials
    of the firm partners' names. If the firm is Crane, Poole, and Schmidt, you could have a small CPS initialed logo.
    This is a more modern element to law firm logos, differentiates the firm, and also looks professional.
    So, if you are going to include an image, consider shelving the gavel and scales for something
    a bit more contemporary and unique.

    Conclusion

    With all of these tips in mind, you're ahead of the game.
    Whether you decide to make a logo yourself or approach logo designers, you know what you want your logo to convey.
    You know the message you want your clients to receive.
    You know how your competitors look and how you're
    going to look different. Now, you can clearly envision what your logo is going to look like without
    having to get wildly different designs from a designer that won't be useful
    for your firm.

    If you are proficient at Photoshop, I would suggest taking a shot at creating a logo
    yourself. If not, maybe you should consider hiring a logo designer.
    In this crowdsourcing era of Internet technology, logo designs can be incredibly inexpensive.
    There are many sites now like 99designs.com where you can crowdsource your logo design, having
    up to several hundred design mock-ups sent to you by freelance designers, with
    you choosing and paying for your favorite.

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