While there are many venues who will have made sure to install permanent internet technology, temporary internet service at events is the way to go. This is because facilities depend to a large extent on the convenience of their solutions, and they might be charging more than their technology is actually worth. In addition, the hard-wired solutions can be difficult to upgrade, so they may only be as up-to-date as when they were installed.
A better option is the rental of internet solutions from Trade Show Internet. They have services for event-wide internet or for a few users to surf the internet and access email. They also offer bandwidth solutions, from the small, cellular network to fiber-optic networks for thousands of simultaneous users.
Trade Show Internet has services across the country in major cities. For everything from Boston WiFi to San Francisco bandwidth, they will be able to help with your internet needs.
Google Webmaster Central Blog just recently announced that Google will be moving to its new domain which is the Googleblog.com from Blogspot.com.
Accordingly, this is to make people be aware that they are reading an official blog powered by Google. And this will be applicable to all blogs from Google soon.
“The previous address will redirect to the new domain, so your bookmarks and links will continue to work. Unfortunately, as with a custom domain change in Blogger, the Google+ comments on the blogs have been reset“, according to Google Webmaster Central Blog.
Today, March 09, 2016, is one of days of 2016 that we have to mark as it’s a TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE. And this only happens, for this year, once.
Solar Eclipse, as we all know, occurs when the moon happens to position between the Earth and the sun casting a shadow onto the Earth. This also take place during new moon as it passes directly between the sun and the Earth producing a shadow onto the Earth’s surface.
So, are you enjoying the scenery with the total solar eclipse in your area?
Image from technobuffalo.com
According to Geoff Gaherty of Starry Night Education, the moon will be close to perigee for this eclipse, leading to a long period of totality, just over four minutes. The eclipse will begin over the Indian Ocean, and the moon’s shadow first makes landfall on the island of Sumatra, Indonesia.
It then passes over Borneo, Sulawesi and Halmahera, before heading out into the Pacific Ocean, ending north of Hawaii. The partial eclipse will be visible over southern and eastern Asia, northern and western Australia, and much of the Pacific, including Hawaii. The times of maximum eclipse at major cities (Universal Time):
- Darwin — 00:47
- Fairbanks — 03:08
- Guangzhou — 00:58
- Ho Chi Minh — 00:34
- Hong Kong — 00:58
- Honolulu — 03:37
- Jakarta — 00:22
- Kuala Lumpur — 00:24
- Madras — 00:51
- Manila — 00:58
- Phnom Pénh — 00:34
- Singapore — 00:24
- Tokyo — 02:09
Information from Space.com, Solar Eclipse.
It’s International Women’s Day 2016 today. Good enough Google is doodling it as well with the hashtag #OneDayIWill where you can check it on their homepage – an animation showcasing honor and pride to every woman in the world.
Google Doodles International Women’s Day 2016
This International Women’s Day is indeed a global or a worldwide event. But here in the Philippines, the theme for Women’s Month is “Kapakanan ni Juana, Isama sa Agenda (Include women’s welfare in the agenda)!” The Philippine Commission on Women (PCW) is hoping that the Philippines will create a “gender-balance” across jobs, governance, education, and all others aspects in the Filipino life.
Happy International Women’s Day 2016 every strong woman out there!!!