Amazon Freedom Sale 2019: 8 Office Supplies Below Rs 500

If you’re always looking for a pen to jot down notes or hunting for a scrap of paper (because you never have a notebook), don’t you think your office desk needs to be less sparse with a fresh stock of supplies? We’re going to take that as a yes. Folders, markers and files are only few of the items one needs at their office to ensure their work moves smoothly. For that and more, take a look at these 8 office supplies from the Amazon Freedom Sale 2019 which are priced under Rs 500. The Portronics E-Writer is perfect for jotting down notes, lists and memos, without any actual paper or pens. The digital pad lets you write everything down and can be instantly wiped with an erase button. The D&V Engineering Organizer is a black matte stainless steel set of a woman saying namaste with a pen stand and business card holder. The Prabhu Ent Desk Supplies will stock up all your necessities at your work desk. The pack includes 2 bottles of glue, 1 stapler with pins, 1 hole punch, 1 scissors and 3 pieces of tape. The Callas Desk Organizer is a metal desk organizer with a punch hole design and 2 compartments made to hold files, folders and papers. The Amazon Basics Mechan...

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We use cookies to give you the best experience on our site. If you continue browsing, we’ll assume you’re happy to receive all cookies from our site. Read our Privacy Policy to learn more. The utility industry’s largest trade show, the International Construction & Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE), also known as the Demo Expo, will play host to more than 18,000 visitors who want to see the latest and greatest equipment and services. Featuring indoor and outdoor exhibitions, ICUEE is the leading event for utility and construction contractors seeking comprehensive insights into new technologies, innovations and trends in the electric transmission and distribution, telecom, cable, natural gas, water and wastewater and vegetation management sectors. More than 18,000 utility professionals are expected to attend ICUEE, also known as the Demo Expo, in Louisville, KY. ICUEE 2019 will cover more than 30 acres where attendees can participate in hands-on equipment test drives and interactive product demonstrations. This year’s show features more than 240 product categories and more than 200 new exhibitors. Their goal is to help attendees find the right jobsite solutions...

Global engineering group Sandvik will showcase its cutting-edge 3D-printed stainless-steel guitar at the Engineering Design Show

Global engineering group Sandvik will showcase its cutting-edge 3D-printed stainless-steel guitar at the Engineering Design Show (EDS) in two weeks’ time, on 16 October 2019 in Coventry. The innovative instrument was engineered collaboratively by highly skilled specialists from Sandvik Machining Solutions, Sandvik Coromant and Sandvik Materials Technology, who employed the latest techniques in additive manufacturing and metallurgy to deliver both high precision and extreme durability.Swedish rock legend Yngwie Malmsteen has put the guitar through its paces, first by playing his trademark tunes and then – in true rockstar style – attempting to smash it. Despite his repeated efforts, the structure held firm, earning the guitar its ‘unbreakable’ tag.Experts from Sandvik will take to the stage at EDS 2019 to share the secrets in a presentation entitled ‘Designing the Unbreakable Guitar’, on Wednesday 16 October at 3:15pm. Visitors will learn about the advanced technology, specialist materials and serious challenges involved in designing and building the one-of-a-kind instrument. And, in a first for the annual show, delegates will also be treated to a live musical performance to demo...

Mom credits car booster seat with protecting 9-year-old son in accident, shares warning to other families

Jen McLellan wants something good to come from a recent car crash that seriously injured her husband and left their 9-year-old son with mainly bumps and bruises, injuries that could have been much worse. McLellan’s son, Braeden, was wearing a seat belt and was in a booster seat on Sept. 15 when an SUV ran a red light and the family’s car, with Braeden and his dad inside, T-boned the SUV. McLellan said doctors and first responders told her the booster seat possibly saved her son’s life. Braeden’s main injuries from the crash are deep bruises, including a large one from his neck down across his chest, right where the seat belt protected him. “The booster seat put him at the right height to save him from way worse injuries,” McLellan, of Albuquerque, New Mexico, told “Good Morning America.” “If he had been sitting lower, he would have hit his neck and face and possibly got a spinal injury or so much worse.” McLellan, founder of PlusMommy.com and host of a podcast, decided to share her family’s experience on Facebook as a reminder to other parents about the importance of booster seats. The post, which has been shared ...

Gravel Race: Riders Bring “Eh Game” to The Crusher in Michigan’s U.P.

eval(ez_write_tag([[468,60],’cxmagazine_com-box-3′,’ezslot_7′,142,’0′,’0′]));Michigan might be known as the “Mitten State,” but there is another part of the state tucked in between Lakes Superior and Michigan north of Wisconsin called the Upper Peninsula. The U.P., as folks call it, was long known for its copper and iron deposits, and not surprisingly, has a rugged and hilly terrain different from surrounding parts of the Upper Midwest. It is on that terrain and against that backdrop that The Crusher gravel race took place last weekend. The 225-mile race is not to be confused with the Crusher in the Tushar, although the brave souls who completed the U.P. version of the Crusher would likely argue they had the more difficult task. While the Lower Peninsula has put itself on the gravel map with the Barry-Roubaix and Coast-to-Coast Gravel Grinder, ultra-endurance events are endemic to da U.P. thanks to the 906 Adventure Team. The Team also hosts the Polar Roll fat bike race in the winter and the brutal Marji Gesick mountain bike race in the fall.eval(ez_write_tag([[300,250],’cxmagazine_com-medrectangle-3′,’ezslot_0&#...

For the record: Building permits and bankruptcies | Work & Money

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Submit entertainment announcements at www.connectionnewspapers.com/Calendar/. The deadline is noon on Friday. Photos/artwork encouraged. Art Exhibit: Frictional Harmony. Through Oct. 12, Monday-Thursday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Friday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. at The Barry Gallery, in the Reinsch Library at Marymount, 2807 North Glebe Road. Marymount University’s Barry Gallery presents “Frictional Harmony,” a solo exhibition of Stephanie Lane’s paintings, drawings, and mixed media work. Admission is free. Visit www.marymount.edu/barrygallery or email bgallery@marymount.edu. Art Exhibit : Neuro Blooms. Through Oct. 19, gallery hours at Universalist Church of Arlington, 4444 Arlington Blvd. Neuro Blooms is a project by Leslie Holt that includes mixed media art and community events intended to spark curiosity and conversations about the causes and stigmatizing myths of mental illness. Images are based on brain PET scans of people experiencing different mental health conditions. Visit www.uucava.org or call 703-892-2565. Visit www.uucava.org or call 703-892-2565. Fridays at the Fountain. Fridays, through Oct. 25, 5-9 p.m. at The Stand at the Crystal City Water Park, 1601 Crystal Drive. Frida...

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Facelifted Mazda2 brings mild hybrid and new Skyactiv Technologies

Mazda has revealed pricing and specification for the facelifted Mazda2, which arrives in the UK in November featuring updated design, latest Skyactiv Technologies and a new mild hybrid system. The Mazda2 engine line-up consists of the 1.5-litre Skyactiv-G petrol engine with either 75 or 90hp, both come with Mazda’s M Hybrid mild-hybrid system on manual models Offering a streamlined five-model line-up priced from £15,795, the 2020 Mazda2 adopts the latest evolution of Mazda’s KODO design, including a mesh grille similar to that of the new Mazda3 hatchback, and more dynamic frontal, side and rear styling. The interior introduces revisions to dashboard trims, air vent louvres, door inserts and the instrument hood, to bring a higher level of quality, along with more support front seats. The focus on increased refinement also sees new damping materials added in the cabin while a reduced gap around the base of the B-Pillar further upgrades sound insulation, as do revised sealing rubbers between the roof panel and the boot. Engine line-up brings just one unit; Mazda’s familiar 1.5-litre Skyactiv-G petrol engine in 75 and 90hp variants, both of which now gain Mazda’s M Hybrid mild-hybr...

Agronomists Detail the Benefits of Updating Agricultural Drainage Infrastructure in New Study

Massive networks of drains, pipes and tiles that enable food production on much of the world’s most productive cropland are due for expansion and replacement to meet the demands of agricultural intensification and climate change. How that infrastructure is updated will have enormous consequences on food production and the environment, according to a new study.The study outlines the need for an overhaul of agricultural drainage infrastructure. Such an update would require major investment and widespread consensus from policymakers, taxpayers and producers, says Michael Castellano, a professor of agronomy at Iowa State University and lead author. But the effort would be a sound long-term plan with a range of benefits, Castellano said. ISU agronomists collaborated with scientists at the University of Kentucky and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology ETH-Zurich on the study, which appeared Monday in the academic journal Nature Sustainability. The researchers based their findings on field experiments and computer simulations.“We have this enormous infrastructure investment that’s deteriorating and needs to be updated,” Castellano says. “If we update it the right way, we can bene...

Boyan Slat is a 20-year-old on a mission – to rid the world’s oceans of floating

Boyan Slat is a 20-year-old on a mission – to rid the world’s oceans of floating plastic. He has dedicated his teenage years to finding a way of collecting it. But can the system really work – and is there any point when so much new plastic waste is still flowing into the sea every day? “I don’t understand why ‘obsessive’ has a negative connotation, I’m an obsessive and I like it,” says Boyan Slat. “I get an idea and I stick to it.” This idea came to him at the age of 16, in the summer of 2011, when diving in Greece. “I saw more plastic bags than fish,” says Slat. He was shocked, and even more shocked that there was no apparent solution. “Everyone said to me: ‘Oh there’s nothing you can do about plastic once it gets into the oceans,’ and I wondered whether that was true.” Over the last 30 to 40 years, millions of tonnes of plastic have entered the oceans. Global production of plastic now stands at 288 million tonnes per year, of which 10% ends up in the ocean in time. Most of that – 80% – comes from land-based sources. Litter gets swept into drains, and ends up...

“The only race American Motors cares about…is the human race.” That’s what AMC President George H.

“The only race American Motors cares about…is the human race.” That’s what AMC President George H. Romney told the world during a 1962 press conference. Flipping “the bird” at Detroit’s revived horsepower race was a cocky move, but Romney (father of 2012 presidential candidate Mitt Romney) believed the industry’s growing emphasis on horsepower and speed was irresponsible and a menace to public safety. Romney’s self-righteous message worked very well—for a while. In 1960, and again in 1962, AMC generated over $1 billion in profits. That’s billion with a “B.” But America was changing. With the first of the post-WWII “baby boom” generation turning 18 in 1964, the massive youth market started reshaping America, and buying their first new cars. So while Tri-Power Pontiac GTOs, Olds 4-4-2s, 289 Mustangs, Chevy 409s, Super Stock Dodges, and other muscle machines stole the spot light, AMC’s hottest bait came in the form of the Ambassador 990-H. The what? Exactly. By 1964, AMC’s domestic market share had plummeted from fourth to eighth place and losses were mounting. Something had to be done to bring AMC up to date. A major part of that something was the Typhoon V8. Launched in April of...

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