Heidegger – Language is the House of Being

Language is the house of Being. In its home man dwells. Those who think and those who create with words are the guardians of this home.” – Martin Heidegger, German philosopher, Letter on Humanism, 1947. The philosopher Jose Ortega y Gasset once said that man had no nature, only history. While I respect this opinion,…

How to Attract Talent With an Effective Employer Brand

Today, recruiters need to really consider their company’s public image to make sure the image communicates the company culture. So, how can you develop a strong employer brand? Why is it important? It is highly likely a potential applicant will research your company, whether looking at the careers section of your website or tapping into…

Top 5 Pec Exercises To Make Superman Look Like A Weakling

Many individuals – Weightlifters and Bodybuilders most especially – consider the chest or pectorals among the most important muscles to develop for all round strength and obvious aesthetics. This is why fitness enthusiasts are always searching for the best Pec exercises to strengthen their chest. But, before we go about presenting the best exercises for…

Refrigeration Maintenance, Walk-In Coolers and Freezers

Most refrigerators and walk-ins seem virtually indestructible and problem free, but you’ll get longer life out of yours by following these safety and maintenance tips. Clean the door gaskets and hinges regularly. The door gaskets, made of rubber, can rot more easily if they are caked with food or grime, which weakens their sealing properties.…

How to Make Solar Panels

One piece of information that many green enthusiasts look for is how to make solar panels. The reality is that with the right knowledge and a few simple parts you can learn how to make solar panels, and you can do so at a cost anyone can afford. In this article we'll talk about how…

Hiring a Veterinary Locum for Your Holiday Needs

Taking a vacation from your business can be very stressful. Finding a locum vet replacement can seem impossible, and the idea of a stranger stepping into your clinic to be the face and reputation of your business is daunting. Everyone needs a vacation, and it is usually best to keep your doors open. How will…

Things to Remember in Picking a Forex Broker

When looking for a forex broker it is essential to make sure you find the right one first time, especially when you are a newbie in the foreign exchange market. With this in mind, we have a number of suggestions and plans of action that you can take in order to pick a forex broker…

Want To Avoid Failure? Move To A Log Cabin

Is it possible to fail consistently and achieve ultimate success? Ask anyone who has achieved success, however you choose to define it, and I’ll guarantee the common answer will be – YES. How is this possible? Well, there are two ways to define failure and there are multiple ways to respond to it. But first…

How Does A Firewall Work?

You may have heard the term firewall before but have you ever wondered how does a firewall work and why do I need one? A computer firewall protects your computer by putting up a barrier to keep anyone from accessing your files when you are surfing the Internet. Once a hacker get access to your…

Condensation Problems at Home

Winter is upon us once again bringing not only colder temperatures and snow but many condensation and damp based problems for homeowners. In order for us to eradicate these problems, we must first establish what causes them in the first place. One consistent problem within a home during the winter period is condensation. Condensation occurs…

Building Outdoor Bulletin Boards – Ten Simple Features to Include on Your Display

When building outdoor bulletin boards for your school, church, community or homeowner’s association, these ten simple features will make your message center more usable, project a professional image, and most importantly, provide long-lasting, easy maintenance. Larry Kontny, Secretary Treasurer of the Magnolia Terrace Homeowner Association in Mont Verde, Florida, made the mistake of purchasing poor…

113 Facts About Animal Cruelty

Animals caught in traps can suffer for days before succumbing to exposure, shock, or attacks by predators. Traps often kill “non-target” animals, including dogs and endangered species. To cut costs, fur farmers pack animals into small cages, preventing them from taking more than a few steps back and forth. Crowding and confinement is especially distressing…