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How to switch K+DCAN cable 7&8 pin for K-Line or Dcan connection
Posted On 04/13/2017 03:33:25 by obdexpress
How to use/switch/connect to K-Line or Dcan pin 7&8? I have one of those K+DCAN USB cables and I am confused about how to switch the modes of it. Here are good tips i found, of the switch-mode k+dcan usb cable user manual. All i’ve collected just for education.     About the switch-mode K+DCAN interface – I assume the reasons being that on DCAN cars one pin is used for a ethernet connection and the other to the K data line – on K line cars, both pins are connected t... Read More

Internship: Your Career Booster
Posted On 01/06/2017 07:31:14 by john_walker
An internship is a pre-proficient work involvement for the understudies and late graduates by which they pick up involvement in a specific vocation field. The internship program gives handy experience to the intern through direct introduction of the organization environment. Internship web journals - The understudies and graduates compose internship blog to tell their internship encounter furthermore help alternate applicants as aides them and gives internship counsel to them about the internsh... Read More

Essential Term in E-commerce
Posted On 12/24/2016 09:51:08 by john_walker
There's a considerable measure to concentrate on with regards to maintaining a fruitful eCommerce service business. It's simple for store proprietors to get overpowered by the different parts of their site, web-based social networking profiles and then some. 1. Your site's plan is seemingly the most vital figure prevailing in the realm of online business. Clients basically won't shop at an online store that is confounding to utilize, particularly since there are such a large number of different... Read More

Reason to Hire IT service Provider
Posted On 12/24/2016 09:42:45 by john_walker
Huge and private companies alike are continually searching for approaches to accomplish more with less. Broadly educating workers to handle various employment obligations, diminishments in staffing and expanded extra time have turned into the standard. Tragically, this can prompt to dropped balls and an absence of consideration on critical issues. 1. Lessen Costs - For some organizations it might be cost-restrictive to contract full or even low maintenance staff to deal with the IT office. When... Read More

The Anheuser-Busch Conspiracy!
Posted On 06/25/2012 22:27:40 by Pit10magnum007
The Anheuser-Busch Conspiracy
  While America was hurting economy wise, in the early 90’s? American Business leaders were disparate for funds to jump start their (((system!)))
The Jews and the Germans are far known to be the current business leaders of today in America. Wither it, be Politics, Television, Sports, or Entertainment, Wholesale Stores, Giant Breweries. This combination is connected to every source of business in America!
It b... Read More

Anheuser-Busch and Costco cut a deal!
Posted On 06/17/2012 03:43:41 by Pit10magnum007
found this document in my garage. June15, 2012! And started to remember what took place during the Anheuser-Busch battle.  Says Verdon. Well, Verdon will tell you, if you all remember the famous “Ferret Theory” written back in 1998 by; Verdon. These groups were key players in it!  Verdon who had worked at Costco during the feud with Anheuser-Busch. This document with Anheuser-Busch and Costco was made and “copyrighted, during the battle between A-B and Costco.” Which m... Read More

Why Cars Need "Preventive Maintenance"
Posted On 02/22/2012 13:52:51 by Motorcarservice
Why Cars Need "Preventive Maintenance"
Manufactures know that a properly maintained car will be more dependable, safer, last longer, and increase your satisfaction with their product.  Car makers and owners also have a responsibility to make sure emission controls receive regular service and are functioning properly.  Regular maintenance helps accomplish these goals by keeping your engine running efficiently and eliminating potential problems th... Read More

Mayan Ruins of Tulum
Posted On 12/27/2011 03:28:11 by GrapevineTravelAdventures
Jutting out into warm sky blue waters, Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula divides the Gulf of Mexico from the Caribbean Sea.  Once was the home of a great Mayan civilization,  Mayan ruins abound.  High on a cliff looming over the sea sits Tulum, one of the most compact and intact ruins around.   While visiting Tulum on a shore excursion from a Carnival cruise, we had the great fortune to have a tour guide of Mayan descent.  In addition to the knowledge passed from one... Read More

Posted On 12/05/2011 20:33:46 by samthor
Southside, Pittsburgh, PA Jan 6, 2012- Fantastical show of animal creations by Lauren Toohey & Masha Fikhman
Announcing new work at the Red Door Gallery by Lauren Toohey & Masha Fikhman inspired by a love of merging unrelated animals and objects into one fantastical and (most likely) absurd image.  The subject matter was created by brainstorming techniques. Odd phrases that emerged from this process resulted into many paintings and drawings that will be featured in this sho... Read More

River Rafting - Wild or Scenic
Posted On 10/23/2011 00:38:39 by GrapevineTravelAdventures

Most everyone has heard of white water rafting.  Those who like a bit of adventure have a great time splashing through bumps and dips in the wild waters of river rapids. What about rafting for people who prefer a quieter ride?  It does exist, in the form of scenic river floats.  Many people find a day on the river quite enjoyable, whether a wet and wild white water adventure or a serene scenic float.   White Water Rafting on Washington's Wenatchee River  ... Read More

High Country Pack Trip
Posted On 08/22/2011 03:47:38 by GrapevineTravelAdventures
Imagine riding a horse through snow on a warm sunny day in August.  This may sound like an impossible contradiction, but I did just that on a high country pack trip with Icicle Outfitters & Guides of Washington State.

Icicle Outfitters offers everything from day rides near Leavenworth and at Lake Wenatchee State Park, to drop camps where they pack in gear for hikers or hunters, to full service pack trips.  In the winter they even have sleigh rides.
M... Read More

Posted On 08/03/2011 02:29:01 by samthor

Pittsburgh, PA Sept. 2, 2011- Most Wanted Fine Art Features International Women Artists

These talented emerging artists: Gemma Allan, Maren Eline Aune, Martina Biccheri Sylvia K, & Sarina Meester will show along with Pittsburgh's Sam Thorp; who also curated the show. These women met online in a music forum and over the years developed their creative talent and ability as well as friendships. Styles and content vary among t... Read More

Resurrection of a Ship, Birth of a Company
Posted On 07/11/2011 17:46:06 by GrapevineTravelAdventures
One small ship cruise line goes under.  Most people would have seen their ships as fodder for the scrap yard.  Dan Blanchard of American Safari Cruises saw them as the means to start a new company.  With the complete overhaul of two ships formerly of Glacier Bay, InnerSea Discoverieswas born, a small-ship cruise line with a taste for adventure and exploration of wild places.   The first time I saw the Wilderness Discoverer she sat high and dry in a shipyard in Seattle. Poin... Read More

Planning a Vacation to Australia
Posted On 05/30/2011 00:47:04 by GrapevineTravelAdventures
Before heading across the ocean for a vacation to Australia, many questions need answers.  Start with the flight.  What matters most, price, length of the journey, or stops along the way? Research flights to find the one best suited.  If price matters most, the cheapest flights often stop several times and take well over 20 hours from start to finish.  The most direct flights may take as little as 14 16 hours, but could cost quite a lot.
When plans include s... Read More

Don't Spread Your Light Too Thin!
Posted On 04/10/2011 12:26:34 by shore2know
Remember this....  you are one light, one energy and you need to control where you send the light. Because if you try to send light out in too many directions, your energy source within will not be as bright.  Ok, to put in simpler terms... "don't spread yourself too thin".   Find ways to share your time and energy with others but find balance with your time and energy to also find your inner peace and joy.  This is how to keep your positive energy and light shining brig... Read More

art of battle 412
Posted On 03/12/2011 18:45:52 by samthor

Lawrenceville: Pittsburgh, PA March 20, 2010- Pittsburgh Art Community Prepares for Battle

This is it, the ONLY live visual artist competition in Pittsburgh. Created by Ryan Graham and inspired by other art battles, world wide. Four local artists have four hours to complete a painting from a blank 3 x5' canvas. The crowd watches and the crowd votes for the winner.

Artists may use whatever mediums they like and the winner will... Read More

Two Countries, One Island: Saint Martin/Sint Maarten
Posted On 03/06/2011 06:39:54 by GrapevineTravelAdventures

Sint Maarten/Saint Martin, two names for one rather small island.  This now peaceful Caribbean island has a long and bloody history. Violence began long before the day Columbus first sighted the island in 1493 on November 11, the holy day of Saint Martin of Tours.  He claimed the island for Spain, naming it Isla de San Martin.  Throughout history, the island changed hands many times between Spain, France, Holland, Britain and... Read More

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