Get Introduced to Los Angeles DJ Equipment

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Alfred Stawell

Your professional events will turn out to be a damp squib if you are not well equipped with the requisite DJ equipment. Los Angeles DJ Equipment caters to all those needs which make all your musical nights’ definitely memorable and cherishable ones. Be it the speakers or the lighting mixers, or the CD players, if your equipment is not of top notch quality, you cannot get the desired effect and result while on the floor.

Disc jockeying is all about light and sound mixing. And a career as a DJ is very rewarding of late. Therefore, it becomes very imperative that one has the knowledge about all the DJ equipment, the combination of which brings out the maximum effect and which equipment to use at a specific point of time. But a few equipments like speakers, sound mixer, headphones and a turntable are a minimal investment if you want to pursue your interest. As you graduate slowly from a novice to a professional, you can keep adding more sophisticated light and sound equipment to your collection.

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The range of models and brands that are available in the DJ equipment indeed confuse the person quite a bit. It is therefore, very helpful to have a clear idea in the beginning itself as to what your budget is and how much you are going to invest in procuring the branded equipment. In fact, a thorough research on the internet platform will give a great idea as to where you could get the best DJ equipment possible that suit your requirements. You could get an idea as to which brand you could invest in as a beginner. You could also benefit from the discounts that you get when you book online.

Certain types of DJ equipment may be expensive but at the same time they may be of great use to you. In such cases, it is ideal that you go in for a package which comes in at a reasonable price than going in for individual equipment. The packages generally include all the basic components as well as the requisite peripherals. Going in for equipment that is not costly may seem to be the right decision at that time but the output of the sound might suffer later on. It is not necessary that you have to pay high to get quality but a good research on various brands before making a purchase will be helpful in buying the right piece.

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Russian territory expands by 4.5 square kilometres after seismic activity

May 15th, 2017

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Saturday, November 14, 2009

According to scientists, the land territory of Russia has expanded by about 4.5 square kilometres within the last few years in the Far East due to seismic and volcanic activity.

The gained land was recorded in the Sakhalin Peninsula. Boris Levin, head of the Institute for Sea Geology and Geophysics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, said that the increase happened primarily due to two seismic events.

The first, in August of 2007, was when a heavy 6.8 earthquake near the city of Nevelsk in the Far East raised about three square kilometres of seabed above the level of the water. The second was in June of this year, when the Sarychev Peak volcano on the Matua Island erupted. GPS trackers on the Matua island were used to monitor the eruption, and the volcano changed its shape, adding 1.5 square kilometres of land, scientists said.

Geologists also reported that the Kuril Islands nearby were slowly moving towards mainland Russia at an estimated rate of eighteen milimetres per year.

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Wikinews Shorts: March 7, 2007

May 15th, 2017

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A compilation of brief news reports for Wednesday, March 7, 2007.

The European Union has banned the 35 planes in the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) 45 aircraft fleet from flying in EU airspace. The reason provided by EU was that these plans do not fulfill the safety requirement for international planes and thus were banned. PIA has redeployed its Boeing 777 jets from US to EU flights to facilitate passengers in Europe. Flights PK 782 and PK 790 are still running on time from Toronto in Canada.

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The Oklahoma Senate approved a bill introduced by lawmaker Patrick Anderson of Enid that enables police to seize vehicles when drivers fail to produce proof of insurance. The bill was tacked onto a measure to prohibit inserting microchips into people without their permission. 91,000 drivers have been ticketed for lack of insurance in Oklahoma to date.

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The New Orleans Saints have released All-Pro wide receiver Joe Horn because of money issues. The Saints hope to draft LSU (Louisiana State University) wide receiver DeWayne Bowe in the NFL Draft to fill Horn’s place.

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NASCAR driver Kyle Busch wins 2011 Jeff Byrd 500

May 15th, 2017

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Monday, March 21, 2011

Joe Gibbs Racing driver Kyle Busch (who qualified 12th) won the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series 2011 Jeff Byrd 500 that was held yesterday at Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tennessee, United States. This was his first Sprint Cup win of the season. Throughout the course of the race there were 10 cautions and 19 lead changes among eight drivers.

Before the final pit stops, Jimmie Johnson was first, but after the stops concluded he fell to third as Kyle Busch became the leader. Kyle Busch maintained the lead to win the race ahead of Carl Edwards, while Johnson finished in the third position. Matt Kenseth took fouth, ahead of Paul Menard in fifth. Kevin Harvick managed the sixth position, after starting 15th on the grid. Kurt Busch, from the Penske Racing team, clinched the seventh position. Greg Biffle followed Kurt Busch in eighth, while Kasey Kahne could only manage ninth. Ryan Newman rounded out the top ten finishers in the race. Johnson led the most laps during the race with 164.

After doing his victory lap, Kyle Busch, who won the Nationwide Series race on Saturday, commented, “You go down the straightaway and you slam it into the corners and you mash the gas and you kind of sling right back out of the corners. It’s a lot of fun to do that. It’s kind of an art. Some guys are really good at it, and some find a knack that makes them really good at it and make it seem easy.”

Edwards described his frustration by finishing second, “I thought we’d be better matched with him, but he took off, and I just couldn’t get back to him to race. My gut told me there was going to be another caution. If I had known that was the only shot I had, I might have raced a little harder.”

Following the race, Kurt Busch became Drivers’ Championship leader with 150 points. Next, Edwards was second with 149, 11 points ahead of Tony Stewart and Newman. Menard and Kyle Busch was placed fifth and sixth with 136 and 133 points. Johnson, Juan Pablo Montoya, Dale Earnhardt, Jr., and Martin Truex, Jr. rounded out the top-ten point positions.

The 2011 season will continue on March 27, 2011 at Auto Club Speedway for the 2011 Auto Club 400. The race will be televised in the U.S. on the FOX Network at 3:00 p.m. EDT.

By Stacy Lewis

From a topographic standpoint, Marin County is situated in just the right geographic location to reap the benefits of lower summer temperatures and more winter precipitation than its immediate neighbors to its north, Sonoma and Napa counties. Combining such weather patterns along with its terrain and rich fertile soils, Marin County’s grape-growing season is extended beyond its neighbors because the fruit take longer to ripen. This results in a wide variety of wines that are more balanced, have a superb natural tang and maintain a lower alcohol level, usually under fourteen percent.

Because of its awesome landscape, its irregular climate, its viticultural tendencies and the high quality wines its wine industry produces due to its extended growing season, Marin County has been said to be much more similar to Burgundy, the world renowned giant of French wine country, than it is to Sonoma and Napa, the wine country of Northern California. And like Burgundy, Marin County produces the elegant Merlots, the Pinot Noirs and the Riesligs.

Marin County’s viticulture began when the vitis vinifera grapes were introduced at the same time as San Rafael Mission opened its door. Wisely, the residents of Marin County immediately recognized the value of their natural assets and their potentials. Seemingly overnight and regardless of their size, just about every family in Marin County began to cultivate small vineyards on their own plots.

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The vineyards that were established by the San Rafael Mission and worked by the local Native Americans were soon snatched by General Mariano Vallejo who first banished religion and than had the vineyards pull up and moved to his own lands in Sonoma County.

Vallejo’s actions and the Prohibition in the 1920s significantly slowed the budding wine industry of Marin County but what truly brought it to a full stop was the opening of the Golden Gate Bridge in 1937. With Marin County being conveniently reached via the new Golden Gate Bridge, all eyes turned away from its vineyards to its lands and housing.

With twenty-five winemakers of today, the wine industry is slowly being resurrected in Marin County. In spite of their efforts and the first-rate wines they produce, Marin County’s wine industry is still being kept in the shadows cast by its gigantic neighbors, Napa and Sonoma Counties.

The Marin County Grape Growers Association has helped by encouraging and motivating its members to persist with their industrial endeavors. They meet every other week to acquire news about the industry, to brainstorm, to discuss and to inspire.

The fact is that Marin County has only 200 acres of vineyards and merely twenty-five wineries while Sonoma County has better than 40,000 acres and nearly 300 wineries and Napa County has 45,275 acres and 316 wineries. Those are facts indeed. But there is still one more fact that I would like to share with you and that fact is that Marin County had the extended growing season and produced the first-class cold-climate wines that Sonoma and Napa Counties could only dream about.

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The best interior design and product design courses will offer furniture design modules. If you want a career in furniture design, a degree in either field will qualify you. Depending on the country you are in, one of the two degrees will be more popular. So, search on furniture design jobs in your area just to be sure.

Even if your search results prove the other course to be more popular, you can still pursue your course of interest. Just be prepared to impress with a strong portfolio or several relevant internships.

How to choose the best course:

Begin with the end in mind. Search for your dream job online!

1) Do a basic search on job portals like jobstreet or jobsdb for furniture designer, interior designer or product designer.

2) Shortlist the jobs you like best based on the job description and responsibilities.

3) Look at the job requirements and find out which skills or certifications you need most.

You may be discouraged at first thinking that the job will not be there when you graduate. So it might put you off from searching. In actual fact, the design industry has a high turnover rate as designers are always hopping around for better opportunities. So it would help to search up some reputable interior design or furniture design companies.

Need motivation to study? Landing a job in a top design company is an ideal reason to go to school for! Pick the best design school for yourself. This will encourage you to study hard with many more reasons.

Now that you know what they want, start looking at course modules from top design schools.

1) Make sure that the school teaches you what is needed in your future job requirements.

2) Look out for their track record of award winners and successful alumni.

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3) Visit the school and see if they have professional facilities like workshops and computers with designing software.

Still have trouble deciding?

These are three key differences between interior designers and product designers:

1) Design and creative skills

The interior designer can:

– Analyze spaces in real estate.

– Visualize the best creative treatment for given job instructions and budget.

– Understand architecture and how best to utilize space given.

The product designer can:

– Understand the properties of various materials to achieve the best results according to job instructions and budget.

– Create products from old materials to give objects a new life.

– Work with engineers to create attractive appearances for electronic objects or machinery like laptops or cars.

2) Professional contribution to society

The interior designer:

– Creates different atmospheres and illusions by playing with dcor, colors, and lighting. They make indoor environments pleasant to be in or suitable for work productivity.

The product designer:

– Invents new product variations to enhance looks, quality, and/or user-friendliness of various objects.

3) Job scopes

The interior designer can take on the following assignments:

– Housing interior design

– Design for F&B outlets

– Office design

– Exhibition design

– Retail design

The product designer can take on the following assignments:

– Product customizing

– Electrical product designing

– Lighting design

– Transportation design

– Spatial Design

And the list above is non-exhaustive! Generally, the more assignments you can take on as a designer, the higher your market value. You can command a higher salary. And widen your choices of career opportunities.

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British TV presenter Rico Daniels tells Wikinews about being ‘The Salvager’

April 23rd, 2017

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Saturday, March 14, 2009

Rico Daniels is a British TV presenter living in France who is known for his two television series — The Salvager — whilst he still lived in the UK and then Le Salvager after he moved to France. Rico has been in a variety of jobs but his passion is now his profession – he turns unwanted ‘junk’ into unusual pieces of furniture. Rico’s creations and the methods used to fabricate them are the subject of the Salvager shows.

Rico spoke to Wikinews in January about his inspiration and early life, future plans, other hobbies and more. Read on for the full exclusive interview, published for the first time:

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G20 protester dies after collapsing

April 22nd, 2017

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Wednesday, April 1, 2009

According to reports, a man protesting the G20 Summit in London, England has died after collapsing at a protester camp.

Sky News says the man collapsed on the street inside a camp close to the Bank of England and when found he was still breathing, but efforts by paramedics to rescue him failed and he was pronounced dead at an area hospital. The name of the person and cause of death are not yet known, but several people were injured earlier in the day. The police claim that protestors threw bottles at them while trying to rescue the protestor.

The London Ambulance Service reported that “we received a 999 call at 7:24 pm from a member of the public reporting that a man had fallen over and was unconscious, but was breathing. [They] made extensive efforts to resuscitate him both there and on the way to hospital.”

Earlier in the day a minimum of 20 protesters broke into the bank and according to reports vandalized furniture, broke windows and cut the telephone lines to the building.

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British TV presenter Rico Daniels tells Wikinews about being ‘The Salvager’

April 22nd, 2017

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Saturday, March 14, 2009

Rico Daniels is a British TV presenter living in France who is known for his two television series — The Salvager — whilst he still lived in the UK and then Le Salvager after he moved to France. Rico has been in a variety of jobs but his passion is now his profession – he turns unwanted ‘junk’ into unusual pieces of furniture. Rico’s creations and the methods used to fabricate them are the subject of the Salvager shows.

Rico spoke to Wikinews in January about his inspiration and early life, future plans, other hobbies and more. Read on for the full exclusive interview, published for the first time:

How To Spot A Fake Diamond Engagement Ring

April 18th, 2017

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By Larry J. Reaves

Diamond engagement rings are expensive and deliberately so because they are intended to be symbolic of a life together and commitment of the most serious kind. Unfortunately, for most couples buying a diamond engagement ring there is plenty of scope for unscrupulous merchants and jewelers to pass off sub-standard and fake diamonds but charge the high prices the genuine article commands.

So how do you tell the fake from the real thing?

There are simple tests you can arrange to have done on your diamond ring, so here are some simple steps you can follow:

1. Use a Diamond Tester

A diamond tester is an electronic measuring device which can help determine the authenticity of a diamond by using its weight. The precise atomic weight of diamond is known with extremely precise accuracy and if the stone deviates from the accepted weight range then it is a positive test for the stone being a fake. The electronic tester cannot positively tell you that the stone is a real diamond however, because it may be an artificial diamond or constructed from materials which emulate the weight range.

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2. Use the Scratch Test

Diamond is the hardest natural material known to man and so it should be capable of scratching glass. If the diamond stone is unable to scratch glass then you have a fake on your hands.

3. Look for Perfection in the Stone

If your diamond is perfect, then the risk of it being a fake is higher. Genuine diamonds carry flaws and imperfections, even the most expensive stones and this is only a natural consequence of how they are formed. Absolutely perfect diamonds with no flaws or inclusions should be treated with a very high degree of suspicion and is more than likely an artificial stone.

4. Seek an Appraisal for insurance Purposes

Arrange for your stone to be appraised, both for insurance purposes and also to establish that you have a real diamond on your hand. A diamond appraiser will be able to establish the authenticity of your diamond engagement ring using the American Gem Society Laboratories grading system which takes into account the cut, clarity, carat (weight) and color – the so-called ‘Four C’s’.

5. Real Diamonds Have Great Fire

When the light hits a diamond the sparkle will be intense and you will see an intense light in the center of the diamond: this is known as a stone’s ‘fire’. By contrast, fake stones will not be able to compete in terms of sparkle or the intensity of the fire and you can quickly tell the difference when you have a genuine diamond to compare next to fake one.

6. Fog and Breath Test

The fog and breath test is simple to perform – hold the ring in front of your mouth and breathe on it. The stone will fog with your breath and if it is a real diamond, the ‘fog’ will lift rapidly as diamond will not hold the fog to itself. If the stone is a fake, the fog will remain on the stone for around 10 to 15 seconds which is a clear sign it is not a genuine diamond.

There are other things you can look for too: when you hold a diamond to the light you will not see all the colors of the rainbow laid out like some kaleidoscope. You should see some shades of grey within the color scheme and if you don’t, then you know you have a fake. In addition, real diamonds are never set in anything other than platinum, titanium or gold (10K or better) and rarely in some other high-quality metal.

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