Heating and Cooling Your Log Home

Needless to say, our forefathers didn’t worry too much about heating their log cabins. Big fireplaces had no problem warming up the one or two rooms they lived in. Of course now that log homes are family-sized, people often have the impression that there is something different about how they are heated, and the good…

What Is a Coded Compensation Plan?

What is a coded bonus? A coded bonus is not a bonus made by a rep but a bonus received based on being “coded” to another rep. You can also classify it as a “matching” bonus. Let me give you an example of a coded bonus. This is from my actual company so there may…

Wireless Access Points: Thin vs Fat

Wireless LAN Switches: The Best Solution There are two types of wireless access points Intelligent (Fat) and Thin wireless Access points. A fat wireless access point has everything it needs to handle wireless clients. A Thin wireless access point is basically a radio and antenna that is controlled by a wireless switch. If you deploy…

Smart Phone Scanners Vs PDA Scanners

You have probably seen them before, and even if you haven’t you will soon. Book scanners are the quickest and easiest way to identify those high priced books from the rest of the worthless (re-sale wise) books. This is the single most important (and probably most expensive) investment you will eventually make in your business.…

LED Lighting – What Are Beam Angles?

One of the things you often hear about LED light bulbs, is that their beam angle is narrower than the old fashion incandescent light bulbs, or even than the newer CFLs. What does this mean and is it a problem? The beam angle is the angle at which light is directed from the light bulb.…