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Those Who Move to Rochester Can Look Forward to Various Attractions and Events

Written by Kurt. Posted in Move to rochester ny, Rochester ny move

Move to rochester
Moving can be both a very exciting and very stressful process for anyone to go through. For many people, the prospect of moving brings them feelings of excitement for the potential that a new home and a new area can present. Sometimes a fresh start is exactly what is needed in life, and there is no better way to guarantee a fresh start than a move to a new home. The area that individuals move to plays a major role in what their experience will be like. Certain areas are known to offer a lot in the way of entertainment and happy living. Those who plan to move to Rochester NY can anticipate a great deal of possibilities for entertainment and new experiences. Those who move to Rochester are likely to quickly become acquainted with some of the local staples in cuisine that the city is known for. Continue Reading No Comments

Is Pottery Making Your Next Hobby?

Written by Kurt. Posted in Olympic kiln, Pottery glaze, Skutt kilns

Paragon kilns
Are you looking to find a new project or skill that will let you express your creativity? You may be interested in trying out pottering making. Pottery making may even be something you dabbled in while take an art class in school and you want to get back into it. A large part of the history of pottery making is prehistoric and part of past preliterate cultures. The definition of pottery making used by ASTM is “all fired ceramic wares that contain clay when formed, except technical, structural, and refractory products.” Pottery making pieces can be constructed by hand from coils of pottery clay, pinching solid balls of clay, or combining flat slabs of clay. Other pieces can also be created through a combination of the

Pros and Cons of BYOD

Written by Kurt. Posted in Byod, Iphone encryption, Mobile workforce

Mobile workforce
With media tablet sales reaching 19.5 million units in 2010 and a projection from ABI Research that says upwards of one billion smartphones will enter the market over the next five year, many businesses have take note of smartphones and mobile device’s ubiquity. Realizing that people already use their mobile devices for their work, or would like to be able to, many institutions such as businesses and schools have adapted a now popular business model known as BYOD, or Bring Your Own Device. The reason that these business models are so popular is because they benefit both the students/employees, as well as the school/companies. Employees have their own device set up the way they want and can use it much faster than a new d