Archive for December, 2009

Why Measure Indoor Air Quality

Wednesday, December 30th, 2009

Air conditioning systems today can be seen in almost all offices and in many of the residential spaces. Air Conditioners are cooling, heating, ventilating and disinfectant systems that provide health and comfort. However, the common myth among many people is that air conditioners alone provide good indoor air quality, but the fact is that they […]

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Lunar and Solar Calendars

Thursday, December 24th, 2009

Calendar helps us to organize our days for social, religious, administrative or commercial purposes. Time periods like months or years in a calendar are generally synchronized with the motion of the sun or the moon. People from different civilizations and different regions have designed calendars to suit to their particular needs. There are different types […]

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Pens and the Romance of the Educated with Pens

Wednesday, December 23rd, 2009

Pen occupies a special place in the minds of educated people. Pens are also a symbol of knowledge and mark of humanity. As a key productivity tool for a common educated man, the pens have become the integral part of his life. People have attraction towards pens, as they are associated with ideas and constant […]

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Good Family Upbringing Develops Strong Soft Skills in Kids?

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

Of late, Indian companies have started expecting new job applicants to already posses the right set of soft skills from the day one they join the company instead of training new employees on these skills. According to NASSCOM, every year over 3 million people (graduates and post-graduates) are added to the workforce in India. Of […]

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Why Good Doctors are Forced to Give Bad Advise?

Monday, December 21st, 2009

Have you ever asked doctor the reason for your sickness? Or why it has occurred? If not asked anytime, do it when you go to doctor next time. They are afraid that they will lose patients, if they provide technically accurate response that is suitable for educated patients. Since only a small number of people […]

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Indoor Air Quality

Friday, December 18th, 2009

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) deals with the nature of conditioned air that circulates or flows everywhere in the space, area, or room where we work and live, particularly the air we breathe during most of our lives. Indoor air quality is a crucial issue because most people spend about 90% of their time indoors, either […]

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Ventilation and Its Benefits

Friday, December 18th, 2009

Ventilation is the process by which ‘fresh’ air (generally outdoor air) is deliberately provided to a space or room and stale or stagnant air is removed. This may be performed by either natural or mechanical means. Ventilation by either natural or mechanical affects energy use or can influence the lifetime performance or efficiency of a […]

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Air Conditioning and its Benefits

Wednesday, December 16th, 2009

Air conditioning is the system that is used to cool surroundings and in-house atmosphere in less time. Now a days, air conditioning systems are extensively used in offices and homes, because an air conditioner can provide many benefits in terms of comfort and relaxation to the people. Air conditioning system decreases the humidity in the […]

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Human Nature is Funny – It Seeks What is Uncommon

Friday, December 11th, 2009

People are more interested about the things, which they don’t have. As it is said that grass always looks more greener on other side, human nature seeks what is uncommon. The two common examples mentioned here may help you understand better about the different perceptions of people in a precise way.

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