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  • Accessories
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  • Accountants
    Accountants Category

    Some accountants are directly involved in preparing an organization's financial statements. This is likely to include maintaining the general ledger and supervising some employees.

    Other accountants work with a corporation's management in analyzing costs of operations, products, and special projects. Usually this will also involve budgeting and preparing reports which highlight any variances.

    Some accountants work as a corporation's internal auditor while many accountants are independent certified public accountants (CPAs) who audit the financial statements of many corporations and other organizations.

    Some accountants and CPAs choose to have their own accounting firm and may focus on assisting small businesses with their accounting systems, financial statements, income tax returns, tax planning, investment decisions, etc.

    The above examples illustrate the variety of opportunities that accountants have available. Accountants can also use their formal college education with many types of businesses and organizations such as manufacturers, retailers, financial institutions, accounting firms, government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and more. Many accountants also use their knowledge and experience to become executives and business owners.

  • Acting and performing
  • Adult care
    Adult Care
  • Adult Day Services
    Adult Care

    Normally, adult day care is used to relieve the caregiver or his or her duties for the day while ensuring that the care recipient will still receive the proper care in a safe, friendly environment. These centers usually operate during normal business hours five days a week, and some centers also offer additional services during evenings and weekends. Currently, there are more than 4,000 of these programs operating in the United States.

    In general, there are three main types of adult day care centers: those that focus primarily on social interaction, those that provide medical care, and those dedicated to Alzheimer's care. Many of these facilities are affiliated with other organizations, including home care agencies, skilled nursing facilities, medical centers, or other senior service providers. The average participant in this type of program is a 76-year-old female who lives with a spouse, adult children, or other family or friends. About 50 percent of these individuals have some form of cognitive impairment and more than half require assistance with at least two daily living activities.

    Generally, a care recipient can benefit from adult day care because:

    • It allows him or her to stay in his or her community while the caregiver goes to work
    • It gives him or her a break from the caregiver
    • It provides needed social interaction
    • It provides greater structure to his or her daily activities

    Adult day care facilities can provide a variety of services and activities, including:

    • Assistance with eating, taking medicines, toileting, and/or walking
    • Counseling
    • Educational programs or mental stimulation
    • Exercise programs
    • Health monitoring (e.g., blood pressure, food or liquid intake)
    • Podiatry care
    • Preparation of meals and snacks
    • Social activities
    • Therapy (occupational, physical, speech, etc.)
    • Transportation services

    Social activities in adult day care centers can include:

    • Crafts
    • Cooking
    • Exercise
    • Field trips
    • Games
    • Gardening
    • Holiday parties
    • Music therapy
    • Pet therapy
    • Relaxation techniques
  • Adult Education
     Adult-education category on VideoAdds

    Adult education is a practice in which adults engage in systematic and sustained self-educating activities in order to gain new forms of knowledge, skills, attitudes, or values. The learning happens in many ways and in many contexts. Adult learning can be: formal (structured learning that typically takes place in an education or training institution, usually with a set curriculum and carries credentials), or informal (learning organized by educational institutions but non-credential. Informal learning opportunities may be provided in the workplace and through the activities of civil society organizations and groups).

  • Adult Fiction
    adult-fiction category on VideoAdds

    Fiction is any narrative or descriptive content that is derived from imagination, in addition to, or rather than from, history or fact. The term most commonly refers to the major narrative forms of literature (see literary fiction), including the novel, novella, short story, and narrative poem or song, though fiction may also describe works of imagination presented in other formats, such as comics, live performances (for example, theatre, opera, and ballet), electronic recordings (for example, many films as well as television, radio, and Internet programs), and games (for example, many role-playing and video games). Fiction constitutes an act of creative invention, so that faithfulness to reality is not typically expected; in other words, fiction is not assumed to present only characters who are actual people or descriptions that are factually true. The context of fiction is generally open to interpretation, due to fiction's freedom from any explicit embedding in the real world; however, some fictional works are claimed to be, or presented as, non-fictional, complicating the traditional distinction between fiction and non-fiction. Fiction is a classification or category, rather than a mode or genre, unless the word is used in a narrower sense as a synonym for a particular format or conception of literary fiction.

  • Adult Nonfiction
    adult-non-fiction category on VideoAdds

    Nonfiction or non-fiction is content (often, in the form of a story) whose creator, in good faith, assumes responsibility for the truth or accuracy of the events, people, and/or information presented. A work whose creator dishonestly claims this same responsibility is a fraud; a story whose creator explicitly leaves open if and how the work refers to reality is usually classified as fiction. Nonfiction, which may be presented either objectively or subjectively, is traditionally one of the two main divisions of narratives (and, specifically, prose writing), the other traditional division being fiction, which contrasts with nonfiction by dealing in information, events, and characters expected to be partly or largely imaginary.

    Nonfiction's factual assertions and descriptions may or may not be accurate, and can give either a true or a false account of the subject in question; however, authors of such accounts genuinely believe or claim them to be truthful at the time of their composition or, at least, pose them to a convinced audience as historically or empirically factual. Reporting the beliefs of others in a nonfiction format is not necessarily an endorsement of the ultimate veracity of those beliefs, it is simply saying it is true that people believe them (for such topics as mythology). Nonfiction can also be written about fiction, typically known as literary criticism, giving information and analysis on these other works. Nonfiction need not necessarily be written text, since pictures and film can also purport to present a factual account of a subject.Common literary examples of nonfiction include expository, argumentative, functional, and opinion pieces; essays on art or literature; biographies; memoirs; journalism; and historical, scientific, technical, or economic writings (including electronic ones).

    Journals, photographs, textbooks, travel books, blueprints, and diagrams are also often considered non-fictional. Including information that the author knows to be untrue within any of these works is usually regarded as dishonest. Other works can legitimately be either fiction or nonfiction, such as journals of self-expression, letters, magazine articles, and other expressions of imagination. Though they are mostly either one or the other, it is possible for there to be a blend of both. Some fiction may include nonfictional elements. Some nonfiction may include elements of unverified supposition, deduction, or imagination for the purpose of smoothing out a narrative, but the inclusion of open falsehoods would discredit it as a work of nonfiction.

    The publishing and bookselling business sometimes uses the phrase "literary nonfiction" to distinguish works with a more literary or intellectual bent, as opposed to the greater collection of nonfiction subjects.

  • Adventure tours
  • Aerospace
    aerospace category on VideoAdds

    Aerospace engineering is the primary field of engineering concerned with the development of aircraft and spacecraft. It is divided into two major and overlapping branches: aeronautical engineering and astronautical engineering.

    Aerospace engineering is largely about artifacts that fly - airplanes, rockets, satellites, missiles, etc.

    It is also about how fluids flow (think about how air flows around a car), about control systems, and about how strong things are (and how to make them strong). Aerospace engineering also deals with how to design things so that they can be reliably built and maintained.

    Aerospace engineers design, develop, and test aircraft, spacecraft, and missiles, and supervise their manufacture. Those who work with aircraft are called aeronautical engineers, and those working specifically with spacecraft are called astronautical engineers.

    Aerospace engineers develop new technologies for use in aviation, defense systems, and space exploration, often specializing in areas such as structures, propulsion systems, vehicle movement and control, communications, and overall vehicle design.

    They also may specialize in a particular type of aerospace product, such as commercial aircraft, military fighter jets, helicopters, spacecraft, or missiles and rockets, and may become experts in aerodynamics, thermodynamics, celestial mechanics, propulsion, acoustics, or guidance and control systems.

  • Agricultural
    agricultural category on VideoAdds

    Agricultural services support the research, development, and registration of agricultural products around the world. Specific agricultural services include inspection, testing, auditing, and risk management facilities across the entire agricultural supply chain.

    Crop fertility recommendations are tailored to individual fields and agronomists access this information through state-of-the-art online database infrastructures that constantly evaluate field information and integrate field scouting modules (capable of electronically relaying strategic information to growers in a timely manner), based on information coming from regular observation of agricultural fields.

  • Agricultural

    Agricultural services support the research, development, and registration of agricultural products around the world. Specific agricultural services include inspection, testing, auditing, and risk management facilities across the entire agricultural supply chain.

    Crop fertility recommendations are tailored to individual fields and agronomists access this information through state-of-the-art online database infrastructures that constantly evaluate field information and integrate field scouting modules (capable of electronically relaying strategic information to growers in a timely manner), based on information coming from regular observation of agricultural fields.

  • Agroecology
    agro-ecology category on VideoAdds

    Bringing ecological principles to bear in agroecosystems can suggest novel management approaches that would not otherwise be considered.

    Sustainable agriculture is a whole-systems approach to food, feed, and fiber production that balances environmental soundness, social equity, and economic viability among all sectors of the public, including international and intergenerational peoples. Inherent in this definition is the idea that sustainability must be extended not only globally but indefinitely in time, and to all living organisms including humans.Sustainable Agroecosystems: Maintain their natural resource base, rely on minimum artificial inputs from outside the farm system., manage pests and diseases through internal regulating mechanisms, and recover from the disturbances caused by cultivation and harvest.

    Agroecology is concerned with the maintenance of a productive agriculture that sustains yields and optimizes the use of local resources while minimizing the negative environmental and socio-economic impacts of modern technologies.

  • Alternative Health Practitioners
    alternative-health-practitioners category on VideoAdds

    Alternative medicine practices are used instead of standard medical treatments. Alternative medicine is distinct from complementary medicine which is meant to accompany, not to replace, standard medical practices. Alternative medical practices are generally not recognized by the medical community as standard or conventional medical approaches.

    Alternative medicine includes dietary supplements, megadose vitamins, herbal preparations, special teas, massage therapy, magnet therapy, and spiritual healing

  • Anniversary
    anniversary category on VideoAdds

    Anniversary parties are emotional moments. Do you really want to plan your own party? Of course not! Here are some videos with event planners telling you exactly how they will plan your next anniversary 'do!

  • Antique Collectibles

    A collectable (also known as a collectible or a collector's item) is any object regarded as being of value or interest to a collector (not necessarily monetarily valuable or antique). There are numerous types of collectables and terms to denote those types. An antique is a collectable that is old. A curio is a small, usually fascinating or unusual item sought after by collectors. A manufactured collectable is an item made specifically for people to collect.

  • Antique Furniture

    Antique furniture refers to a collectible interior furnishing of considerable age. Often its age, rarity, condition, utility, or other unique features makes a piece of furniture desirable as a collectors' item, and thus termed an antique.

    Antique furniture can include:

    • Seating
      1. Single seat: chair (rocking chair, watchman's chair, Windsor chair, wingback chair), bean bag, chaise longue, ottoman, recliner, stool (bar stool, footstool, tuffet), fainting couch.
      2. Multiple seats: bench, couch (or sofa, or settee), Davenport, divan, loveseat.
    • Sleeping/lying
      1. Bed: bunk bed, canopy bed, four-poster bed, Murphy bed, platform bed, sleigh bed, waterbed, single bed, twin bed, full bed, queen bed, king bed.
      2. Daybed
      3. Futon
      4. Hammock
      5. Sofa bed
    • Surfaces
      1. Desk: computer desk, writing desk, kneehole desk
      2. Tables: coffee table, dining table, kitchen table, drop-leaf table, folding table, gateleg table, pedestal table, trestle table, harvest table, TV-tray table, end table, nightstand
    • Storage
      1. Baker's rack
      2. Bookcase
      3. Cabinets: closet, wardrobe or armoire, bathroom cabinets, kitchen cabinets, hutch, pantry, sideboard
      4. Chest of drawers or dresser
      5. Coat rack
      6. Filing cabinet
      7. Floating shelf
  • Antique Jewelry

    The terms antique, vintage, and estate are used to help date older pieces of fine jewelry. So what then makes a piece of jewelry antique? This is one of the most common questions in the antique jewelry industry, and the answer varies from how we would classify cars or houses. All jewelry that is not brand new is technically considered estate, but not all estate jewelry is considered vintage.

    All antique jewelry is considered vintage, yet not all vintage jewelry is considered antique.

    Estate Jewelry

    Estate jewelry is any piece of jewelry that is second hand. Instead of describing every single piece of used jewelry as estate, dealers generally limit this term to jewelry that was made within the last 30 years. Anytime this term is used to describe a piece of jewelry that may look like it's much older than this, inquire to verify the exact age with the seller. Sometimes the use of the term "estate" can be a reproduction indicator as mentioned above. It is safe to assume that whenever a dealer says "estate" without any other mention to the item's age, that piece of jewelry is not very old at all.

    Jewelry Eras Included in Estate Jewelry: Contemporary

    Vintage Jewelry

    For a piece of fine jewelry to be considered vintage, it has to be at least 20 to 30 years old, so anything from the 1980's and earlier. Vintage is probably the most common term of the three, since it encompasses a large collection of jewelry ages. Would an engagement ring from the 1800s be considered vintage? Technically speaking, yes. Although instead of classifing the ring as vintage, most dealers would call the ring antique so they can highlight just how old the ring is.

    Jewelry Eras Included in Vintage Jewelry: Modern, Mid Century Modern, Retro, Art Deco

    Antique Jewelry

    Antique jewelry is any piece of jewelry that is about 100 years old or older. Many pieces from the 1920's are now considered antique, especially those made in the earlier part of decade. When an item is called "antique" by a reliable dealer, you can rest assured that the heirloom is very very old. However, beware of the term "antique style" which is another reproduction indicator. Anytime the word "style" is used when describing a piece of jewelry that appears to be old but there is no other mention to the item's age, this most likely means the item is a reproduction.

    Jewelry Eras Included in Antique Jewelry: Art Deco, Edwardian, Belle Eqoque, Art Nouveau, Victorian, Georgian, & Earlier

  • Antique jewelry
    antique-jewelry category on VideoAdds

    Antique jewelry is any piece of jewelry that is 100 years old or older. Many pieces from the 1920s are now considered antique, especially those made in the earlier part of decade. Beware of the term "antique style"--it's a reproduction indicator.

  • Antique Photography & Photographs

    From Collectors Weekly:

    "From Mathew Brady's Civil War photos to Ansel Adams' landscapes to Irving Penn's magazine shots, antique and vintage photographs are highly collectible. Photography was introduced in the U.S. in 1839, and immediately became popular.

    "Daguerreotypes dominated the field of photography until the mid-1850s. A daguerreotype is a copper plate covered with a thin layer of polished silver that looks like a mirror when held at a certain angle. By the mid-1840s, they were affordable for the average person, and it is therefore relatively easy to find old daguerreotypes today. Most daguerreotypes were studio portraits, where the subject posed for the photograph at the photographer's studio. Daguerreotypes featuring outdoor or street scenes are far rarer.

    "In the mid-1850s, ambrotypes replaced the daguerreotype. An ambrotype is a negative that has been put on glass and placed against a black background to make it look like a positive. Ambrotypes were popular until the 1890s. Another example of a cased image like the daguerreotype or ambrotype is the tintype, which was patented in 1856 and was made using a thin sheet of iron.

    "Stereoviews, also known as stereographs, were also created in the late 1850s and reached a peak of popularity in the 1870s. Stereoviews were cheap photographs that simulated a 3D view. In the 1880s, various companies decided to mass-market stereoviews that featured pictures of foreign locations to homes and schools. Stereoviews remained popular throughout the early 1900s.

    "In 1859, the carte de visite, which had been created in France, was introduced to the U.S. The carte de visite, or CDV, was a 2.5 inch by 4 inch print made of paper. As it was more affordable than previous forms of photography, it was accessible to a wider group of people. Many Civil War soldiers had their photographs taken and printed as a CDV.

    "Real photo postcards are another popular form of photographic print. Real photo postcards were made by developing a photograph onto postcard-sized photo paper with a postcard backing. They are still made today.

    "The most popular paper photographic print is the gelatin silver print, or black and white photograph. Gelatin silver prints have a long lifespan if well-maintained. Most 20th century photographs were monochromatic, and it wasn't until the 1960s that color photography became commonplace.

    "Scarcity, condition, and the identity of the photographer and subject all play a role in determining the value of antique and vintage photographs. Some examples of popular (and collectible) photographers include Lewis Hine, Robert Frank, W. Eugene Smith, Danny Lyon, Paul Outerbridge, Jr., and the photographers associated with the Farm Security Administration, such as Ben Shahn, Dorothea Lange, and Walker Evans."

  • Antique Pottery, Ceramics, Porcelain

    Antique ceramics and pottery are among the most delicate, most beautiful and most varied items that manufacturers can produce. There are more antique objects made of pottery, porcelain, earthenware or stoneware than of any other material. You are more likely to possess antique pottery and porcelain than you are antique silver, glass, or furniture.

    The care, beauty and craftsmanship manufacturers and artists build into the form and the decoration of pottery and porcelain is only rarely surpassed by items in other fields of antique collecting.

  • Antique Silver

    The generally accepted definition for antique is "over 100 years old" so hallmarks can be very useful by giving an exact age. Silver plate and other undated items have to be judged on style and judgement of the "correct" use of antique may come down to a matter of opinion.

    "Silver" should only be applied to solid silver, not silver plate and certainly never to nondescript white metals and pewter. In fact in the UK it used to be illegal to apply the word silver in sales of anything less than sterling (.925) fineness. It is now acceptable to describe lower quality silver such as your 800 French piece as silver.

  • Antique Tools

    Antique tools are any tools over 100 years old; often antique tools refers to tools made before World War One.

    Categories of tools range from the broad (planes, rules, braces, hammers, etc.) to the specific (planes made by the Gage Company of Vineland, New Jersey for example). There are many good modern reference books that will guide you in your search, as well as many reprints of the catalogs in which these tools were originally offered. Often tools will exhibit differences contrasting the different locations of their makers, or different features contrasting different time periods.

    The following are some ways people collect tools:

    • Tools of a specific company or maker - for example, L. Bailey Victor tools, Seneca Falls Tool Company tools, Miller's Falls tools, Disston Saws, Chelor planes, etc.
    • Tools of a specific type - hammers, braces, axes, saws, patented planes, transitional planes, treadle-powered machines, etc.
    • Tools of a specific period - tools from 1850-1900, post WWII era tools, etc.
    • Tools from a specific place - Scottish tools, tools from Massachusetts makers, etc.
    • Tools of a specific occupation - cooper's tools, machinist tools, watchmaker's tools, garden tools.
    • A combination of one or more of the above categories--for example, one each of a specific type of Stanley tool, i.e. all Stanley saws, all Stanley marking gauges, all Stanley planes, etc.
    • A "type study" of one specific model, for example, a type study of Stanley #6 jointer planes or Norris A5 smooth planes.
    • Tools that show how a specific idea progressed over time, for example tools tracing the development of the plane's adjusting mechanisms, or tools showing how an early patent was bought out and developed by another company.
    • Tool advertising and catalogs.
  • Antiques

    What is an antique? The rule of thumb used by most antique dealers is that anything 100 years old, or older, is an antique. Items that are old, but not quite that old, are called vintage (though there's one exception, cars, which are considered antique after 25 years).

    So an antique is essentially an old collectable item. It is collected or desirable because of its age, beauty, rarity, condition, utility, personal emotional connection, and/or other unique features. It is an object that represents a previous era or time period in human society.

    Antiques are usually objects that show some degree of craftsmanship or a certain attention to design; how often do you hear people say, "They don't make that kind of quality anymore"? Antiques are bought at antique shops, estate sales, antique auction houses, online antique auctions, and other venues.

    Check out both the antique and vintage items available via video here on VideoAdds!

    • Antique shops: Here you'll find antique stores and antique shops that either feature general antique merchandise (all sorts of antiques inside) or specialized (some antiques focus on a period, for example, or just one collectible such as toy soldiers, antique rugs or art, or dolls).
    • Vintage clothing: Need something classy for your next costume party? Or maybe you just like the look of bygone eras. Either way, vintage clothing is your sartorial ticket to going back in time, and these videos will show you how!
    • Antique books, antiquarian books, & rare books: Antique books are highly collectible items. First editions of important works command high prices, while signed editions are also extremely valuable. Check out these antique book videos to see exactly what you're getting!
    • Antique dealers: Some antique dealers work in antique shops or antique consignment centers, while others do antique auctions or flea markets. Check out where these antique dealers work via video.
    • Antique appraisers: Do you have something to sell, but want to find out first what it's worth? Don't wait for Antiques Roadshow to come to your town... instead, hire one of these antique appraisers to help you understand exactly what it is that you own or plan to buy or sell.
    • Becoming an antique appraiser: Here's how you can get started as an antique appraiser.
    • Antique auctions: see Auctions.
  • Apartments for Rent

    You want to see what rentals are available? THe best way to do it is through video. Check them out here!

  • Appliance Service & Repair

    Household appliances can play a major role in your overall comfort within your home. From dishwashers to freezers, these appliances can take care of a variety of items for us. While it can be easy to forget how much work our appliances do for us, when they break down, it becomes clear very quickly. From piles of dishes to work through to melting ice, appliance problems can bring an onslaught of issues. Instead of trying to deal with the mess all on your own, call on one of the servicepeople offering their services on VideoAdds!

    There are technicians offering service and repair for washers, dryers, dishwashers, refrigerators, ovens, stoves, wine cooling units, and more.

  • Appliances

    Appliances are machines used in kitchens (for cooking, food storage, and cleaning dishes), cleaning (from vacuum cleaners to high-pressure hoses), and washing (dishwashers, clothing washers and dryers, and more), and these videos will help you find exactly the home or professional appliances you need.

    Home appliances include dishwashers, dryers, freezers, garbage disposal units, microwaves, ranges/cooktops/ovens, refrigerators, coolers, trash compactors, air conditioners (central and window air conditioning units), central/standalone vacuum cleaners, and washer/dryers.

  • Architectural Design

    The architect meets with the client to ascertain all the requirements and nuances of the planned project. This information is a guide for the architect in creating the design concept. Architects deal with local and federal jurisdictions about regulations and building codes. The architect might need to comply with local planning and zoning laws, such as required setbacks, height limitations, parking requirements, transparency requirements (windows) and land use. Some established jurisdictions require adherence to design and historic preservation guidelines.

  • Architectural Planning

    The architect develops the requirements the client wants in the building. Throughout the project (from planning to occupancy), the architect coordinates a team that incudes structural, mechanical, and electrical engineers and other specialists.

  • Architectural Training & Education

    Professionally, an architect's decisions affect public safety, and so architects must have specialized training consisting of advanced education and an internship for practical experience to earn an architect's license. Practical, technical, and academic requirements for becoming an architect vary depending on where you live.

  • Architecture
    Architect and Design

    An architect offers a level of professional service and expertise that no other building professional can provide. He or she works both as a team leader and as an individual. In many building projects, the role of the architect is to coordinate a team of specialist consultants such as landscape architects, engineers, quantity surveyors, interior designers, builders, and subcontractors.

    Find videos relating to all your architectural needs and hear from the architects themselves in these architectural videos.

  • Art
    art category on VideoAdds

    What is art? The best answer we've found is that it is "form and content." Form refers to art elements, design principles, and the physical materials used by the artist; content is everything else that goes into the creation of something beautiful and significant: color, value, space, line, etc.

    If you want to create art and are just starting out, this is a great place to be, because here we have videos of art instructors, art supplies, and more, that you can see in action.

    And if you're an established artist, this is a great place to sell your work or offer classes. Video descriptions are always more vibrant!

  • Art Associations

    Join a membership group for more information, classes, discounts, and more.

    • Local art associations
    • National art associations
    • International art associations
  • Art Instruction

    Everything you need to learn a new art technique or develop a new art passion.

    • Classes for children
    • Classes for adults
    • Special classes
    • Online classes
  • Artist Supplies
    artist-supplies category on VideoAdds
    • Everything you need to create your own art.
      • Ceramics
      • Cleaning
      • Archival supplies
      • Drawing/illustration (colored pencils, markers, pastels, pencils)
      • Painting supplies (acrylic paints, oil paints, tempera paints, watercolor paints, paintbrushes)
      • Encaustic supplies
      • Papers
      • Easels
      • Canvas
  • Arts & Crafts
    Arts and Crafts

    "Arts & crafts" describes a wide variety of activities that involve making things with your own hands. Arts & crafts is usually a hobby.

    Some arts & crafts projects include ceramics, badge-making, cake and cookie decorating, decoupage, fabric projects, face & body painting, macrame, enameling, weaving, rug-making, jewelry-making, mask-making, foam projects, leather crafts, clay modeling, papier-mache, tie-dye, wood crafts and wood--burning, quilting, needlecraft, knitting, and crochet work.

    Some arts & crafts materials include adhesives, cutting tools, paints, ceramics, paper & boards, batting & stuffing, balsa wood, beads, burlap, feathers, glass, glitter, glue sticks, fabric, foam, felt, fur, microkilns, tiles, mesh, looms, leather, wood-carving tools, varnish, yarn, polymer clay, print sets, Styrofoam, dowels, and more.

    These videos are where you'll go for supplies, instruction, inspiration, and more!

  • Arts for kids
  • Assisted living
  • Attorneys

    An attorney-at-law in the United States is legally qualified to prosecute and defend actions in courts of law on behalf of and on the retainer of clients. Alternative terms include counselor (or counselor-at-law) and lawyer.

    The United States legal system does not draw a distinction between lawyers who plead in court and those who do not, unlike many other common law jurisdictions. An additional factor which differentiates the American legal system from other countries is that there is no delegation of routine work to notaries public.

    Attorneys-at-law are licensed to practice law within a given geographical jurisdiction, so if you're looking for one, you'll need to find one licensed in your state.

    The types of legal services provided by an attorney may vary, with many attorneys choosing to focus their practice on a particular portion of law. Some states grant formal certifications recognizing specialties.

    Different types of attorneys in opposition to each other exist as well. Examples include: Outside counsel (law firms) versus in-house counsel (corporate legal department), plaintiff versus defense attorneys (some attorneys do both plaintiff and defense work, others only handle certain types of cases like personal injury, business etc.), transactional (or "office practice") attorneys (who negotiate and draft documents and advise clients, rarely going to court) versus litigators (who advise clients in the context of legal disputes both in and out of court, including lawsuits, arbitrations and negotiated settlements) and trial attorneys (who argue the facts) versus appellate attorneys (who argue the law).

  • ATV and motor sport
    all terrain vehicles
  • ATVs
    all terrain vehicles

    An all-terrain vehicle is defined as a motorized off-highway vehicle designed to travel on four low-pressure tires, having a seat designed to be straddled by the operator and handlebars for steering control. ATVs are subdivided into two types as designated by the manufacturer. Type I ATVs are intended by the manufacturer for use by a single operator and no passenger. Type II ATVs are intended by the manufacturer for use by an operator and a passenger, and are equipped with a designated seating position behind the operator.

    ATVs are not "one size fits all." The ATV industry recommends all riders operate an ATV intended for their age. Youth model ATVs are designed for smaller hands and feet, and travel at slower speeds appropriate for their age.

    Sports STVs, utility ATVs. side-by-side ATVs.

  • Auctions

    Auctions sell property at a specific time and place to the highest bidder. Most auctions require a person to get a bidder number or other identifying item prior to bidding.

    If you're selling something: Why choose an auction over other sales? An auction gathers people who are looking specifically for the item being sold, and the more people you have at an auction, the better chances of getting good prices. When you have two or more people competing for the same item, the price usually goes up.

    If you're buying something: Live auctions can be fun. Most auctions run on a number system for bidding. You'll get a number, usually written on a card. When you win a bid, the auctioneer will want to know your number. It's easiest to bid by raising the card, but at least have the card ready.

    For most auctions, you can start looking at items at least one or two hours before the auction starts. Auction houses often have a preview the day before the auction. The more time you have to look at things, the better. Take a notebook/pen, a decent small magnifying glass, and a digital camera. Never bid on an item you haven't looked at!

    There are bargains at almost every auction. You just have to recognize it and decide whether or not it's something you want. While auctions increase the competition, they also increase the odds that something will slip through at a bargain.

  • Auto Detailing
    Auto Detailing

    This category includes interior and exterior automotive cleaning, detailing, and buffing.

    At a car detailing service professionals using special tools will clean your vehicle of dirt and road grime, both inside and out and in detail. In addition to having a very clean car, the process of car detailing will also help to keep the vehicle in excellent condition and therefore retain more resale value. The challenge when shopping for a detailing service is finding one that will cover all of the required aspects of detailing.

    Paint Care

    The paint on your car is a very delicate thing, and most reputable detailing services with deal with it in a three step process that cleans, corrects and protects the paint surface. The cleaning step consists of properly washing and drying the car to remove any dirt and grime. Next comes clay bar application, which removes contaminants in the clear coat such as industrial fallout, metal particles, dirt and tar. Once this has been done, if needed, the paint will be polished to remove any swirl marks and fine scratches before being sealed via waxing to protect the paint and help it to shine.

    Chassis and Wheels

    The undercarriage and chassis of your car should be cleaned along with the rest of the exterior. This not only includes directly under the car, but also inside the wheel wells and around the major suspension components such as anti roll bars and control arms. The plastic splash guards and inner fender liners should be dressed with a plastic protectant, and wheels and tires should be washed thoroughly before being dressed in a protectant that improves their luster and protects from corrosion and cracking.

    Headlights, Taillights and Exterior Trim

    Many detailing services will apply a polishing compound to headlights and taillights showing signs of oxidation, but properly sealing them after wards with a plastic sealant is an important step. Chrome trim should be cleaned, and any vinyl or plastic trim should be dressed with a protectant to help them resist cracking and fading. In addition to plastics and rubbers, many detailing services also clean the chrome or polished exhaust tips as part of their service.

    Interior Detailing

    Interior detailing should at minimum include a cleaning of all carpeting and seating surfaces. This is done either by shampooing or by using a steam cleaner. In addition, all plastics and vinyl should be properly cleaned and dressed, and any leather should be conditioned and cleaned. This is not limited to the passenger area, and many thorough services will also include the trunk area in the detailing package.

    Engine Bay

    While many detailing services may not include this in their standard packages, it is a very important aspect of automotive detailing. The engine bay should be lightly misted with water, and then cleaned with a suitable degreaser before being rinsed clean. Once properly dried, all silicone, plastic and rubber components should be properly dressed to protect them from cracking.

    Costs Associated with a Car Detailing Service

    A standard car detailing service should range in cost between $50 and $150 depending upon your location, the type of vehicle you drive and the quality of services being offered by the company or individual. Larger vehicles such as SUV's and vans typically cost more, as does an upgraded package consisting of even more attention to detail. You can expect to pay additional fees for the highest quality shampoos and cleaning products, the use of special equipment, superior waxing, steam cleaning or shampoo of interior carpets and cleaning of leather upholstery. You may want to take advantage of additional services including engine cleaning, dent removal or wheel detailing.

  • Auto Parts
    Auto Parts

    Here you'll find videos for repairing auto parts, diagnosing auto parts, testing auto parts, and selling auto parts.

    Body components, including windows and trim:

    Bonnet/hood latch

    Unexposed bumper
    Exposed bumper
    Cowl screen
    Fascia rear and support
    Fender (wing or mudguard)
    Front clip
    Front fascia and header panel
    Grille (also called grill)
    Pillar and hard trim
    Quarter panel
    Radiator core support
    Roof rack
    Front spoiler (air dam)
    Rear spoiler (wing)
    Trim package
    Trunk/boot latch
    Welded assembly


    Outer door handle
    Inner door handle
    Door control module
    Door seal
    Door watershield
    Door latch
    Door lock and power door locks
    Fuel tank (or fuel filler) door


    Sunroof motor
    Window motor
    Window regulator
    Windshield (also called windscreen)
    Windshield washer motor
    Window seal

  • Auto Rental
    Auto Rental

    Need to rent a car?

    The price is normally calculated by number of days. Usually the more days you take, the less you pay per day. Cars are classified according to a class, small to large, prestige and specialty vehicles, and there is a sliding scale of prices for each car class. When you book you are usually given an example of a car type in that class, but it need not be that type you are receiving.

    Rental car companies normally permit a small amount of time, usually around an hour, for late returns. After that they can charge up to another full day rental for a late return. If you know you are going to exceed the rental period you can often call the rental company and arrange an extension. Normally the standard contract rate (without discounts) would apply.

    Most rental companies have a one day minimum rental period. Price for durations less than a day normally are not regulated. If you need to return the car at significantly different time of the day, you can try haggling to get extra hours for free.

    Rent luxury vehicles, sedans, standard sized cars, SUVs and compact cars.

  • Auto Repair
    Auto Repair

    Automobile repair workshops

    These are independently owned and operated businesses. These may also include regional or national chains and franchises including OEM car dealership sites. In the United States, these sites are commonly certified by their respective manufacturer to perform warranty and recall repairs by that manufacturer or distributor. Independent automobile repair shops in the US may also achieve certification through manufacturer sponsored programs. The Block Exemption Regulation (BER) covers service and maintenance during the warranty period and prohibits vehicle manufacturers' warranties from including conditions that require normal maintenance to be provided within the vehicle manufacturer's network or that all parts used must be the manufacturer's original spare parts. This means that motorists benefit from open market competition in aftermarket parts, repairs and services thus reducing the cost of servicing through better labor rates and competitively priced parts.

    Specialty automobile repair shops

    These are shops specializing in certain parts such as brakes, mufflers and exhaust systems, transmissions, body parts, tires, automobile electrification, automotive air conditioner repairs, automotive glass repairs and installation, and wheel alignment or those who only work on certain brands of vehicle or vehicles from certain continents of the world. There are also automotive repair shops that specialize in vehicle modifications and customization. Oftentimes, various specialized auto repair shops will have varied infrastructure and facilities (for specific jobs or vehicles), as well as technicians and mechanics with different qualifications.

  • Automotive
  • Automotive

    The automotive industry includes a wide range of companies and organizations involved in the design, development, manufacturing, marketing, and selling of motor vehicles.

    US auto sales are expected to hit a record high in 2015, according to CNBC, and it's easy to see why. We live in a country where almost anything is more accessible by car. And it's not just the US: the automotive industry is one of the world's most important economic sectors by revenue.

    Whether you're downsizing and selling your minivan or looking to buy a clean used car in your area, these videos will show you--or help you show--exactly what you're dealing with.

    • Cars: Most definitions of the term "car" specify that they're designed to run primarily on roads, to have seating for between one and eight people, to typically have four wheels, and to be constructed principally for the transport of people rather than goods. Take a look at some of the cars being offered in these videos, or post one for sale yourself!
    • SUVs: A sports utility vehicle is similar to a station wagon, usually equipped with four-wheel drive for on-road or off-road ability. It's like a station wagon but mounted on a light-truck chassis. The first one came out in 1984 but they've soared in popularity since then, though today many SUV drivers don't ever take their vehicles off-road!
    • Sports/specialty cars: A sports car is a small, usually two-seater automobile that's designed for high performance and delicate handling. High maneuverability and minimum weight are requisite.
    • Minivans: A minivan is a personal-use small van featuring sliding doors for passenger access and configurable, stowable, or removable seating. Taller than a sedan, hatchback, or a station wagon, the minivan has a shared interior volume that can flexibly reconfigure to prioritize either seating or cargo volume, with rear cargo access via a liftgate or tailgate.
    • Electric/green vehicles
    • Pickup trucks: A pickup truck is a light-duty truck with an enclosed cab and an open cargo area with low sides and tailgate. Once a work tool with few creature comforts, by the 1990s less than 15 percent of owners reported use in work as the pickup truck's primary purpose. Today in North America, the pickup is mostly used like a passenger car. Whether you need one for work or play, there are videos here with some great deals!
  • Automotive
  • Automotive Body Shop
    Auto Body

    Automobile body shops take care of dents, and rust, and do restoration, collision, and frame work.

    If it's an insurance claim and you're responsible for selecting the auto body work provider who will do the work (insurance companies and policies vary), you'll want to get three or four estimates from several shops. Many auto body repair shops offer free estimates, but some may charge a relatively small fee. Insurance companies have agreements with some body shops that give them better prices on services, but it's the driver's decision where to take the car. Don't succumb to pressure to choose a body shop. When looking for a body shop, check certifications, reputation and ask questions, such as how long will the repair take? Always check an auto body repair shop's credentials before giving it your business. Many states have their own auto body industry associations and examples of national associations include the Independent Auto Body Association (IABA) and the Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS). Ideally, the auto body shop's technicians will carry ASE certification from the National Institute of Automotive Service Excellence. Other industry recognized certifications include those from I-CAR, the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair.


  • Babysitters
  • Babysitting Services
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    Need a babysitter? Video is a great way to meet one!

    A better name for a babysitter (someone who temporarily cares for children on behalf of the children's parents or guardians) might be "sitter," as babysitters take care of children of all ages in need of supervision.

    Sitters are generally responsible for planning activities (games, sports, art) or supervising playdates. But some sitters will have other responsibilities such as cooking and cleaning, driving to and from scheduled activities, and helping with homework. Above all else, a babysitter is responsible for the safety and wellbeing of the children while the children are in their care.

    Most babysitting jobs are considered part-time jobs, paid by the hour, either by specific occasion or regularly scheduled (everyday from 3-6 p.m. or every Saturday night, for example). Because babysitters are paid by the hour, jobs are paid by the going hourly rate in the area.

    Babysitting responsibilities can include:

    • Cooking/feeding
    • Light housekeeping
    • Laundry
    • Changing diapers
    • Preparing bottles
    • Transportation (bringing the kids to soccer practice, picking them up from school, etc.)
    • Helping with homework
    • Making snacks
    • Getting the kids ready for bed
    • Playtime/lessons (reading to them, doing crafts, etc.)
  • Backhoes
  • Backpacks
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    Backpacks: leather backpacks, nylon backpacks, mountaineering backpacks, men's backpacks, women's backpacks, fanny packs, daypacks, children's backpacks, boys' backpacks, girls' backpacks, waterproof backpacks

  • Bags & Totes
    Bags, Totes, Back Packs

    Everyone has stuff; bags and totes are how you carry it all around with you.

    Originally there was a big difference between a tote bag and other bags (like purses and pocketbooks), but now there can be little difference. A tote bag is a large bag, originally made of cloth with two handles and no interior or exterior pockets. It is made to "tote" (carry) things around, especially while shopping or traveling. A handbag was traditionally much smaller and meant to carry around personal things a woman needs in everyday life.

    However, nowadays women have handbags that are the size of tote bags and there is a specific class of handbags called totes. It allows you to carry more things every day and to shop, all out of the same bag! Men, who do not generally carry handbags, can carry a tote bag for shopping or traveling.

    There is a dizzying number of bags that can be used to carry stuff! They include bucket bags, clutch bags, doctor's bags, drawstring bags, hobo bags, messenger bags, muff bags, pocketbooks, saddle purses, satchels, and wristlet bags.

    From stylish designer purses to the backpacks your kids will beat up on this year, these videos are where you'll find everything from the smallest wallets to the largest roll-on travel suitcases.

  • Bakeries & Cakes
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    A bakery (aka, baker's shop or bake shop) is an establishment that produces and sells flour-based food baked in an oven such as bread, cakes, pastries, and pies. Some retail bakeries are also cafes, serving coffee and tea to customers who wish to consume the baked goods on the premises.

    Some bakeries provide services for special occasions (such as weddings, birthday parties, anniversaries, or even business events) or for people who have allergies or sensitivities to certain foods (such as nuts, peanuts, dairy or gluten). Bakeries can provide a wide range of cakes designs such as sheet cakes, layer cakes, tiered cakes, and wedding cakes. Other bakeries may specialize in traditional or hand made types of bread made with locally milled flour, without flour bleaching agents or flour treatment agents, baking what is sometimes referred to as artisan bread.

  • Bands & Concerts
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    Everyone remembers their first concert! And here are some opportunities for you to preview certain bands, orchestras, and musical groups via video:

    • local bands
    • rock bands
    • string quartets
    • DJs
    • orchestras
    • violinists
    • vocalists
    • guitarists
    • keyboard players
    • choral groups
  • Banking

    This category's videos address banks, credit unions, stock management, and other lending institutions.

    In the United States, credit unions are not-for-profit organizations that exist to serve their members rather than to maximize corporate profits. Like banks, credit unions accept deposits, make loans, and provide a wide array of other financial services. But as member-owned institutions, credit unions focus on providing a safe place to save and borrow at reasonable rates. Unlike banks, credit unions return surplus income to their members in the form of dividends.

    Although banks do many things, their primary role is to take in funds--called deposits--from those with money, pool them, and lend them to those who need funds. Banks are intermediaries between depositors (who lend money to the bank) and borrowers (to whom the bank lends money). The amount banks pay for deposits and the income they receive on their loans are both called interest.

    Depositors can be individuals and households, financial and nonfinancial firms, or national and local governments. Borrowers are, well, the same. Deposits can be available on demand (a checking account, for example) or with some restrictions (such as savings and time deposits).

  • Bankruptcy
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    Bankruptcy is a process in which consumers and businesses can eliminate or repay some or all of their debts under the protection of the federal bankruptcy court. For the most part, bankruptcies can be divided into two types -- liquidation and reorganization.

    Chapter 7 bankruptcy comes under the liquidation category. It's called liquidation because the bankruptcy trustee may take and sell ("liquidate") some of your property to pay back some of your debt. However, you may keep property that is protected (also called "exempt") under state law. There are several types of reorganization bankruptcies, but Chapter 13 is most commonly used by consumers. In Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you keep all of your property, but must make monthly payments over three to five years to repay all or some of your debt.

    Both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy have many rules -- and exceptions to those rules -- regarding which debts are covered, who can file, and what property you can and cannot keep.
    Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

    Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

    Can be filed by individuals (called a "consumer" Chapter 7 bankruptcy) or businesses (called a "business" Chapter 7 bankruptcy). A Chapter 7 bankruptcy typically lasts three to six months.

    Property liquidation. In Chapter 7 bankruptcy, some of your property may be sold to pay down your debt. In return, most or all of your unsecured debts (that is, debts for which collateral has not been pledged, such as medical debts and most credit card debts) will be erased. You get to keep any property that is classified as exempt under the state or federal laws available to you (such as your clothes, car, and household furnishings). Many debtors who file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy are pleased to learn that all of their property is exempt.

    Secured debt. If you owe money on a secured debt (for example, a car loan for which the car is pledged as a guarantee of payment), you have a choice of allowing the creditor to repossess the property; continuing your payments on the property under the contract (if the lender agrees); or paying the creditor a lump sum amount equal to the current replacement value of the property. Some types of secured debts can be eliminated in Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Check out Secured Debt & Property in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy to learn more.

    Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

    Chapter 13 bankruptcy is also known as "wage earner" bankruptcy because, in order to file for Chapter 13, you must have a reliable source of income that you can use to repay some portion of your debt.

    When you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you must propose a repayment plan that details how you are going to pay back your debts over the next three to five years. The minimum amount you'll have to repay depends on how much you earn, how much you owe, and how much your unsecured creditors would have received if you'd filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

    Debt limits. Your debts must be within limits set by the federal government: Currently, you may not have more than $1,149,525 in secured debt and $383,175 in unsecured debt.

    Secured debts. If you have secured debts, Chapter 13 gives you an option to make up missed payments to avoid repossession or foreclosure.

  • Bar & Grill
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    This style of restaurant can take on several themes, from a sports bar supporting the local college team to a high-end restaurant featuring specialty cocktails and chef-inspired grilled creations.

  • Bar/Bat Mitzvah Parties
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    From time immemorial, Jewish custom has been to mark this milestone with a synagogue ceremony welcoming the bar mitzvah boy to the world of Jewish adulthood and initiating him in the opportunities and responsibilities that come along with his new status.

    The Bar Mitzvah ceremony varies somewhat between communities, but the basic components remain the same.

    Jewish adulthood comes with many responsibilities, but it is also an enormous privilege. One would be hard-pressed to think of a more joyous occasion to celebrate than a bar mitzvah. In fact, according to some opinions, to arrange a feast in honor of a bar mitzvah is a mitzvah in itself!

    Most bar mitzvah celebrations take place directly after the synagogue ceremony and include a festive meal followed by music (if it is not Shabbat) and dancing.

    When choosing a date, keep in mind that if you are not able to have the party on the day of the actual Bar Mitzvah (i.e. the boy's thirteenth Jewish birthday) you should plan an additional small celebration on that day.

    One final note: It has become the norm in many communities to celebrate a bar mitzvah on the same scale as a wedding. It's important to mention that just as the wedding party is secondary to the wedding ceremony, the Bar Mitzvah ceremony is much more important than the party, and should be the central focus of the preparations.

  • Barber Shops
    Barber Shops

    barbershop is one of the places where people go to get their hair cut. You might visit a barbershop at the beginning of every summer to get a short crew cut. While some hair cutters call themselves stylists and the places where they work salons, others are barbers who trim hair and shave necks in barbershops.

  • Baseball
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    Baseball is a game played with a bat, ball and glove. The fundamentals of the game involve throwing the ball, hitting the ball, and catching the ball. Of course, the execution of these three tasks is more challenging than it sounds, and it is that challenge that compels baseball players to play the game.

  • Baseball Cards
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    It surprises many to find out that baseball cards have been collected since long before Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb or Joe Dimaggio were born. A young Ruth may have found an old trade card in the attic and marveled at its age. A young Ty Cobb may have been given a tobacco card of Cap Anson and wondered who was that old geezer.

    Baseball cards have been made and collected since the late 1870's. Companies used the popularity of baseball players to sell their products. Nearly all baseball cards contain have some form of advertising. Some cards were given away for free. In the early 20th Century some cards were sold in packs of cigarettes or candy. In the 1950s-70s Topps sold their cards with a stick of gum. Cards have promoted the sale of nearly everything from cheese to underwear to dog food to beer. Today's cards are popular enough that they are sold alone.

    Cards come in all shapes, sizes and designs. Most are about the size of a credit card. Some are smaller than a stamp and some are the size of a poster. Most cards are rectangular, but they can be round, triangular and intricate die-cut shapes. Some cards use primitive printing techniques while many of today's cards contain special foils or finishes to give prism-like effects. Most cards are made out of cardboard, though plastics, metals, leather, cloth and other unusual materials are sometimes used..

    A collector has quite a selection of cards from which to collect. This can be confusing but it also offers freedom. In the end the choice of what you should collect is yours.

    A theme or taste often guides a collector. Some collectors collect cards from a specific era or type or of a favorite player or team. Some collectors collect unusual or rare cards. Some collectors simply collect what fancies them at the moment. Some collectors change their focus over time, perhaps switching from 1950 Topps and Bowman to 1930s Goudey. Some may switch to or include related memorabilia such as football or hockey cards or baseball autographs and posters. Some try to create sets gathering each different card from a particular issue. Some collect errors or variations. Some collect players from their home town or school. Some collectors specialize in rookie cards (first issues). Some collect the aptly named 'odd ball' cards which includes cards like the Crane's Potato Chip Discs, Armour Hot Dog Coins and Spic 'n Span Die-Cuts.

    To gain some ideas, you may enjoy going to local card shows or shops or look at online or mail order auctions.

    As with most things in a capitalist system, cards receive their price by the laws of supply and demand. The higher the demand and the lower the supply, the higher price. The lower the demand and the higher the supply, the lower the price.

    Not all cards were produced in the same amounts. Different issues are produced in different amounts. Even within an issue, a particular card or cards may be rarer or more plentiful than the other cards. The cards depicted in this book were produced in much less amounts than today's cards or even less than cards of the 1910s.

    What causes demand for a card? There is no set equation for determining the demand of a card. Some important factors are: age of the card, attractiveness of the card, who's depicted on the card, popularity of the issue, scarcity of the card, and condition of the card. For example, if a card is from a popular issue, depicts a popular player, is rare and in high condition, it will no doubt be an expensive card.

  • Basketball
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    Basketball is one of the most popular sports in the world. It is played with a ball and a hoop. Players score points by shooting the ball through the hoop. Some of the worlds greatest athletes are basketball players. The game is fast-paced and full of excitement and lots of scoring. Basketball has a very fast and exciting pace of play. Also, each player on the court gets to play both offense and defense and the roles of each player are only loosely defined. Much of basketball easily can be practiced (like shooting or dribbling) with one person making it easy to learn. The sport also is great for one-on-one play all the way up to 5-on-5, so you don't need a big crowd to get a good game going.

  • Beanie Babies
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    Beanie Babies are a line of popular stuffed animals, made by Ty Warner Inc., which was later renamed as Ty Inc. in late 1993. Each toy has an inner posable lining (metal threads that allows the toy to remain in a certain posture or pose) and is stuffed with plastic pellets (or "beans") rather than conventional stuffing (see PVC and PE), giving Beanie Babies a flexible feel.

    Beanie Babies began to emerge as popular collectibles in late 1995, and became a hot toy. The company's strategy of deliberate scarcity, producing each new design in limited quantity, restricting individual store shipments to limited numbers of each design and regularly retiring designs, created a huge secondary market for the toys and increased their popularity and value as a collectible.

    Ty systematically retired various designs, and many people assumed that all "retired" designs would rise in value the way that early retirees had. The craze lasted through 1999 and slowly declined after the Ty company announced that they would no longer be making Beanie Babies and made a bear called "The End." Some time after the original announcement that the company would stop production, Ty asked the public to vote on whether the product should continue; fans and collectors voted "overwhelmingly" to keep the toys on the market.

  • Bed & Breakfasts
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    B&Bs generally have between one and five guest rooms and owners typically live on the property; breakfast is offered and included in the price. Often located in historic homes with antiques, gardens, and other unusual amenities.

  • Bed and Breakfast
    Bed and Breakfast

    Bed-and-Breakfast facilities rarely offer anything beyond the obvious breakfast, though some may have wine and cheese in the late afternoon/early evening. Breakfasts can range from pastries and coffee to full English breakfasts with eggs, sausages, bacon, toast, oatmeal and cereal, pancakes or waffles, and more.

  • Bicycles

    Did you know that more than a billion bicycles have been produced worldwide, twice the number of cars produced? Bicycles are eco-friendly and provide great exercise and great transportation.

    The basic shape and configuration of a typical upright bicycle or safety bicycle has changed little since the first chain-driven model was developed around 1885. But many details have been improved, especially since the advent of modern materials and computer-aided design. These have allowed for a proliferation of specialized designs for many types of cycling.

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  • Biodynamic
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    Biodynamic agriculture is a method of organic farming that employs what proponents describe as "a holistic understanding of agricultural processes."

    Biodynamics is a spiritual / ethical / ecological approach to agriculture, gardens, food production and nutrition. Biodynamics was first developed in the early 1920s based on the spiritual insights and practical suggestions of the Austrian writer, educator, and social activist Dr. Rudolf Steiner, whose philosophy is called "anthroposophy."

    Today, the biodynamic movement encompasses thousands of successful gardens, farms, vineyards, and agricultural operations of all kinds and sizes on all continents, in a wide variety of ecological and economic settings.

  • Biomedical Engineering
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    Biomedical engineers are employed in the industry, in hospitals, in research facilities of educational and medical institutions, in teaching, and in government regulatory agencies. They often serve a coordinating or interfacing function, using their background in both engineering and medical fields. In industry, they may create designs where an in-depth understanding of living systems and of technology is essential.

    They may be involved in performance testing of new or proposed products. Government positions often involve product testing and safety, as well as establishing safety standards for devices.

    In the hospital, the biomedical engineer may provide advice on the selection and use of medical equipment, as well as supervising its performance testing and maintenance.

    They may also build customized devices for special health care or research needs.

    In research institutions, biomedical engineers supervise laboratories and equipment, and participate in or direct research activities in collaboration with other researchers with such backgrounds as medicine, physiology, and nursing.

    Some biomedical engineers are technical advisors for marketing departments of companies and some are in management positions. Some biomedical engineers also have advanced training in other fields. For example, many biomedical engineers also have an M.D. degree, thereby combing an understanding of advanced technology with direct patient care or clinical research.

  • Birds
  • Birthday Parties
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    Let these videos guide you in choosing an appropriate birthday celebration. Remember that children's parties have become lavish beyond thought, so perhaps having a budget and help will ... well, help!

    The birthday-party blitz seems to have really picked up in the 2000s, roughly in tandem with the debut of infant luxury strollers costing four figures. People spend. Then other people spend more. So more people spend even more. That's how an expenditure cascade works. As our economic winners spend ever-larger amounts of money on their children, the standards increase for everyone, even those falling behind.

  • Blacktop (asphalt) services

    The appearance of your driveway creates an impression about your home and way of life. An inviting driveway provides a focal point as passersby and visitors approach your home. And certainly an attractive driveway, one with "curb appeal," adds value to your home investment. So it is worthwhile to plan your driveway carefully.

    Asphalt concrete (commonly called asphalt, blacktop, or pavement in North America) is a composite material commonly used to surface roads, parking lots, and airports. It consists of mineral aggregate bound together with asphalt, laid in layers, and compacted. It is used for paving streets.

    Do you need blacktop services? This is where you'll find everthing you need.

  • Boarding and stables
  • Boat Rentals
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    Need to rent a boat for a day or a week? Check out the videos here ...

    • Motorboats:
      • Motor yachts
      • Houseboats
      • Saltwater fishing boats
      • Freshwater fishing boats
      • Pleasure boats
      • High-performance boats
      • Pontoon boats
      • PWC boats & jet boats
    • Sailboats:
      • Keelboats, centerboards, & yachts
      • Catboats
      • Yawls
      • Dinghies
      • Multihull (catamarans & trimarans)
    • Kayaks
    • Canoes
    • Sunfish
    • Inflatable boats
  • Boat Rentals
    Boat Rentals

    Boat rentals offer vacationers a wide range of boat rentals that include sailboat rentals, motorboat rentals, canoe rentals, kayak rentals, paddle boat rentals, fishing boat rentals, rowboat rentals.

  • Boating
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    Boating is the leisurely activity of traveling by boat, or the recreational use of a boat whether powerboats, sailboats, or man-powered vessels (such as rowing and paddle boats), focused on the travel itself, as well as sports activities, such as fishing or waterskiing. It is a popular activity, and there are millions of boaters worldwide.

  • Boats

    A boat is a watercraft of any size designed to float and travel on water. Some people laughingly call it a hole in the water into which you throw money, but if you've been bitten by the boating bug, you'll always consider it money well-spent.

    Boats can be categorized into three main types:

    1. Unpowered or human-powered boats. Unpowered boats include rafts and floats meant for one-way downstream travel. Human-powered boats include canoes, kayaks, gondolas, and boats propelled by poles (punts).
    2. Sailboats, propelled by means of sails.
    3. Motorboats, propelled by mechanical means, such as engines.

    In addition, ski boats are specialized motorboats specifically designed to safely tow one or more water skiers or para-sailors. This is achieved by using a high-horsepower, marine automobile engine, usually positioned in the midsection and powered through a direct drive to the propeller.

    Boats have a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and construction methods and materials, depending on their intended purpose.

    First ask yourself what it is that you want to do, and that will determine the right kind of boat for you. And here at VideoAdds you can see them in motion!

  • Bodyguards

    A bodyguard is a trained professional who ensures the personal security of individuals. They accompany clients to public events, identify possible dangers, perform security checks, and plan escape routes. In the event of harassment or attacks, bodyguards defend their clients.

  • Bookkeepers
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    A bookkeeper is responsible for processing the paperwork for a company's business transactions. Ultimately the transactions will be recorded in accounts within the company's general ledger. Today this often involves the use of cost effective software such as QuickBooks from Intuit.

    Bookkeepers are expected to be accurate, efficient, and knowledgeable about debits and credits, the chart of accounts, accounts payable procedures, sales and accounts receivable, payroll, and more. Each bookkeeper's specific responsibilities will vary by type and size of the business.

    The bookkeeper's role may be expanded to include adjusting entries in order for the bookkeeper to generate income statements and balance sheets from the accounting software.

    The bookkeeper's work is usually overseen by an accountant and/or the small business owner.

  • Books
    Fiction, Non-Fiction, Adult, Childrens

    A book is a set of written, printed, illustrated, or blank sheets, made of ink, paper, parchment, or other materials, fastened together to hinge at one side. (We're not even going to address ebooks here!)

    Okay, so that's the official description. But if you're looking at this category, then you know that books are much, much more: they are magic carpets that can take you away to another time and place; they are means of educating, changing perspective, and connecting.

    Whatever books you're looking for, check them out here on video!

  • Books
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    (If you're going the self-publishing route, you need to find a printer who can turn out quality books that readers will read and cherish for years to come. We have them here!)

  • Bowie Knives
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    Bowie knives can be large and menacing. Bowie knives come in blades lengths between 6 inches and 24 inches.

    The bowie knife has always been a favorite among hunters as the blade length gives the hunter a lot of cutting power for skinning and cleaning. The comfortable grip handle gives the handler the dexerity needed to attack those awkward places on a kill.

    In a survival situation, food and shelter are an absolute must have. If you have a Bowie knife your options for food grow quite broad as you can hunt using this knife then precede to skin and clean your kill with it. If you need a shelter, you can make one by cutting sticks and brush to construct yourself a livable dwelling--created with the use of your Bowie knife. There are many Bowie knives that actually have a saw or heavy serrations on the back spine of the blade that allow you to use it as a multi-function knife.

  • Boxes
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    Corrugated Cardboard and Plastic Cartons

    Wondering where to buy boxes for your particular need? These suppliers can manufacture corrugated cardboard cartons, plastic boxes, and cardboard containers of virtually any size and shape.

  • Bread Knives, Kitchen Knives
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    Bread knives come in an assortment of sizes and qualities, and can cost anywhere from $10 to $200.

    A kitchen knife is any knife that is intended to be used in food preparation. While much of this work can be accomplished with a few general-purpose knives - notably a large chef's knife, a tough cleaver, and a small paring knife - there are also many specialized knives that are designed for specific tasks.

  • Briefcases

    Leather briefcases, nylon briefcases, briefcases with wheels, men's briefcases, women's briefcases, designer briefcases

  • Bubble wrap
  • Builders
  • Building Materials
    Building Material

    Compressed earth block, mud brick, rammed earth
    Conveyor systems

    Elevator or "lift"

    Thermal protection

    Building insulation

    Moisture protection

    Building envelope
    Conformal coating
    Damp (structural)


    Stile and rail, raised panel, wood clad
    Access, sliding glass doors, tambour
    Folding doors, garage door, storefront
    Door hardware
    Electrical systems and equipment

    AC power plugs and sockets
    Circuit breaker
    Electrical connector
    Electrical wiring
    Surface finishing

    Plaster & gypsum board
    Cement render
    Ceramic tile, quarry tile, pavers, mosaic
    Dropped ceiling, coffered ceiling
    Flooring - wide plank, terrazzo, carpet
    Wall covering, wallpaper, acoustic
    Paint, wood stain, faux finishing
    Staff - a type of artificial stone
    Wood finishing
    House painting

    Fire suppression equipment
    HVAC (Heating, ventilation and air conditioning)
    Masonry, mortar (masonry), grout

    Adobe, brick and brickwork, glass brick, terra cotta
    Artificial stone
    Cinder block or concrete block
    Stone dry stacked or mortar set
    Urbanite - broken-up concrete


    Structural steel: I-beam & column
    Wire rope and cables
    Metal joist, decking, framing, trusses
    Metal fabrications
    Stairway, ladder, railing, grating, Strut channel, roofing (including copper)
    Decorative metal

    "Openings" include Doors & Windows
    Plumbing fixtures and equipment
    Building safety
    Security systems

    Wood, carpentry

    Rough carpentry (unfinished)
    Heavy timbers, log home, timber framing or "post and beam"
    Engineered wood, dimensional lumber
    Stud, joist, rafter
    Treated lumber & wood decking
    Sheathing, subflooring, panelling
    Plywood, shiplap, tongue and groove
    Oriented strand board
    Parallel strand lumber or "para-lam"
    Glue-laminate or "glue-lam"
    Finish carpentry or "architectural woodwork"
    Veneer, plastic laminate, wood panel
    Case-building products
    Millwork, bookcase, cabinets
    Ornamental woodwork

    • Trim, molding or "moulding"
    • Chair rail, baseboard, casing, sill


    • Casement, double hung, bay window
    • Curtainwall, skylight, dormer
  • Burial insurance
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    Burial and final expense insurances are forms of life insurance that are more affordable and easier to obtain than traditional forms of whole or term life insurance. Seniors up to the age of 85 are eligible to apply for a burial insurance policy and if they have no serious medical issues.

  • Bus
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    A coach (also motor coach, often simply called a bus) is a type of bus used for conveying passengers on excursions and on longer distance intercity bus service between cities--or even between countries. Unlike transit buses designed for shorter journeys, coaches often have a luggage hold that is separate from the passenger cabin and are normally equipped with facilities required for longer trips, including comfortable seats and sometimes a toilet.

  • Business
  • Business
  • Business
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  • Business Cards
    business-cards category on VideoAdds

    Business cards are your professional introduction to potential customers and potential clients. Make sure that they show you off in the best possible light!

  • Business Law
    business-law category on VideoAdds

    Business law encompasses all of the laws that dictate how to form and run a business. This includes all of the laws that govern how to start, buy, manage and close or sell any type of business. Business laws establish the rules that all businesses should follow. A savvy businessperson will be generally familiar with business laws and know when to seek the advice of a licensed attorney. Business law includes state and federal laws, as well as administrative regulations. Let's take a look at some of the areas included under the umbrella of business law.

  • Business Writing Services
    business-writing-services category on VideoAdds

    One type of communication that is used every day in the corporate world is business writing: from emails, memos, new policies, and instructions, to huge client presentations, research and development, and marketing campaigns.

  • Butcher Knives
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    A butcher knife or butcher's knife is a knife designed and used primarily for the butchering and/or dressing of animal carcases. Today the butcher knife is used throughout the world in the meat processing trade. The heftier blade works well for splitting, stripping and cutting meat. The French chef's knife is a derivation of the butcher knife, and is used as a general utility knife. Other similar meat-cutting knives include the carving knife and the cleaver. The carving knife usually is designed for slicing thin cuts of meat and often has a blunt or rounded point, with a scalloped or granton blade to improve separation of sliced cuts of meat. The cleaver is similar to the butcher's knife, but has a lighter and thinner blade for precision cutting.

  • Buying
  • Buying CDs
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    Do CDs still have a place in the world?

    For a long time, CDs offered certain advantages that digital-music solutions couldn't match. They sounded better. They were easier to play in the car and around the house. They didn't saddle you with DRM hassles. And you could rip them to whatever bit rate and format you wanted--including lossless formats like FLAC, which many audio purists prefer.

    Many of these advantages are still true today. But the music landscape is so different now than it was five years ago. DRM is gone. Smartphones and tablets have the storage capacity to house massive music libraries--and play them through car stereos, speaker docks, and the like.

    Many people who won't touch music from Amazon or iTunes because the bit rates are too low. (Amazon's MP3s are encoded at a variable bit rate that averages around 256Kbps, while Apple's AACs are encoded at 256Kbps.)


  • Cable
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  • Cables and Connectors
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    Where you connect your device (VCR players, DVD players, high-definition signal equipment such as HP HDTV tuners, HP Media Center PCs, or PCs) to your TV depends on the equipment type and the cables you are using. Use the following chart as a guide for connecting your equipment and cable to your TV. Several connection types have been listed, but the connections on the back of your TV may differ depending on model type.

    HDMI stands for High-Definition Multimedia Interface. An HDMI connection is used to transfer high definition digital video and high definition audio signals. Ideal for HDTV, HDMI supports standard, enhanced, or high-definition video and audio in a smaller cable size than DVI. To use an HDMI connection, simply attach the HDMI cable to the first possible HDMI connectors on the TV and source device.

    DVI stands for Digital Visual Interface. A DVI connection is used to transfer high definition digital video signals without audio. A separate audio connection must be used.

    DVI cables have been used primarily in monitors but can also be found in HDTV receivers, DVD players, computers, or other video equipment that demand better signal quality over standard.

    Over time, various types of DVI connectors and cables have been created. If you do not know the differences between DVI types, setting up your video and audio equipment can be difficult and frustrating. At this time, DVI typically comes in five different types: DVI-A, DVI-D single link, DVI-D dual link, DVI-I single link, and DVI-I dual link.

    Component video is an analog connection capable of supporting a high-definition video signals (video resolutions greater than 480i). Component video comes with three separate cable strands for video; red, blue, and green/turquoise. Some cables may also have two more red and white strands for audio.

    Used by HDTV receivers, DVD players, and other devices equipped with a YPbPr component connections.

    To use, connect each colored cable end into the corresponding connector of the same color. Red into the red Pr-connector (YPbPr1 or Cr1/Pr1) Video In. Green into the green Y-connector (YPbPr1 or Y1) Video In. Blue into the blue Pb-connector (YPbPr1 or Cb1/Pb1) Video In.

    S-video is a better choice over standard composite video cables for delivering a better standard TV picture, but cannot deliver high definition video. An S-video cable has a round connector with four pins. Used to connect a DVD player, VCR, cable or satellite tuner/decoder, or a game console equipped with a S-video connector. To use, connect into the video inputs on the TV and source device: S-video or AV1/SV1. Separate audio cables must be used.

    Composite (not to be confused with component) is the most common and probably the most compatible connection type. Composite video connections are typically used to transfer standard analog video signals. They are not used for HDTV or digital video purposes. To use a composite connection, connect the video cable (yellow) into the video connection on the TV and the source device (usually labeled as Video, AV, or AV1).

  • Camera Brands
    camera-brands category on VideoAdds

    Canon, Nikon, Sony, Panasonic, Olympus, Leica, Sigma, Fujifilm, Samsung

  • Camera Lenses
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    A camera lens (also known as photographic lens or photographic objective) is an optical lens or assembly of lenses used in conjunction with a camera body and mechanism to make images of objects either on photographic film or on other media capable of storing an image chemically or electronically. Included are telephoto lenses, specialty lenses.

  • Cameras
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    Animation cameras, backup cameras, box cameras, camcorders, camera phones, compact cameras, digital cameras, disposable cameras, field cameras, folding cameras, high-speed cameras, keychain cameras, medium-format cameras, movie cameras, onboard cameras, pinhole cameras, plate cameras, pocket cameras, point-and-shoot cameras, press cameras, remote cameras, single-lens reflex cameras, spy cams, stereo cameras, still video cameras, thermal imaging cameras, video cameras, webcams

  • Camping
  • Car & Truck Vehicle Auctions
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    Auto auctions are a method of selling new, and most often used vehicles, based on the auction system.

    Auto auctions can be found in most nations, but are often unused by most people, since in nations such as the United States, auto auctions are protected source for used car dealers. In other countries, such as Japan, auto auctions are well known and used, sometimes indirectly, by most residents.

    In the United States, auto auctions are relatively unknown to the public at large, but play a major role as a wholesale market for second-hand vehicles. Most auto auctions are closed auctions, meaning only dealers can use them. There are also auctions that are open to the public. These auctions are a primary outlet for financial services firms to dispose of their large volume of off-lease returns, for rental and other companies to sell off their aging fleets and for car dealerships to dump trade-ins or other unwanted inventory. Some auctions in the United States are used by banks, the IRS, and other government agencies to sell vehicles that were repossessed for failure to make monthly payments or pay taxes, or were seized by the FBI, DEA, or the police. Also, there are some that sell US Government vehicles. Finally, there are those catering to the salvage market where insurance companies sell totaled vehicles.

    Online auto auctions are also growing in popularity. One of the most popular online auctions to buy cars from is eBay. On eBay Motors, any user can create an account and put their vehicle(s) up for auction. There is usually a fee associated with selling a vehicle on eBay. Many buyers prefer to look for local car sellers on ebay, within a certain radius so that they can go and do a manual inspection of the vehicle.

    A car dealer auction is a specialized form of auction. Millions of vehicles are sold at such dealer auto auctions every year. These auctions are restricted for the general public and only licensed dealers can participate. Prices of vehicles sold at dealer auctions tend to be lower than those advertised on any dealer's lot. Sellers forgo a potentially higher sticker price to take their inventory to a dealer auction where it will be auctioned off for thousands less than retail for a number of reasons.

    Maintaining aging inventory costs dealers both money and reputation. Most vehicles sold are off-lease returns, replaced rental fleets, company cars, repossessed vehicles, and trade-ins.

    • Off-lease: vehicles returned to the financial institution at the end of a lease term. Closed auctions are usually the only venue for such financial institutions to dispose of a large volume of end-of-lease returns. The terms of a lease normally put a restriction on the number of miles driven, require regular maintenance and penalize for excessive wear. Usually, off-lease vehicles are returned within 2-3 years, often before their original factory warranty expires.
    • Off-rental: rental companies normally replace their fleets once a year, releasing a flood of late-model cars to the secondary market. Like the big financial institutions that underwrite car leases, rental companies also rely on auto auctions to sell off their used inventory. These vehicles tend to be well maintained and driven for only one year. Mileage tends to accumulate quickly on a rental car. Optional features are limited to an A/C and automatic transmission, but these cars are otherwise as close to the base model as they can get. Usage of rental cars is rough; it is safe to assume that during that first year each rental car will be driven by a normal distribution of all types of drivers in all kinds of conditions.
    • Company/fleet cars: companies of varying sizes own or lease cars, trucks or vans that they typically keep for two or more years, although it is not uncommon to see current year models sold at the auctions. Adequate maintenance and large volumes of similar vehicles are typical characteristics. Like rentals, these fleet vehicles do not have many extras and get thoroughly exploited on a daily basis. Unlike rentals, usage of company cars varies greatly from the executive luxury sedan driven slowly and carefully on occasion to the delivery truck that regularly mounts curbs and gets abused in city traffic.
    • Repossessed: vehicles can be voluntarily or involuntarily repossessed by financial institutions for delinquency or another reason for recall. Auto auctions are again the bank's only option for deliverance. Repossessed vehicles can feasibly sell for less because the financial institution disposing of them only seeks to offset its losses (also restricted by federal regulations). The condition of such cars may be compromised by neglect; if the owner can't pay the loan, repairs could also be neglected. There is also the potential for sabotage from ill-meaning previous users (e.g., extensive keying or tearing of the interior).
    • Trade-in: dealer inventory that is aging or does not meet their profile (e.g., an old Toyota Avalon that was traded in for a new CLK350 Cabriolet at a Mercedes-Benz franchised dealership). Traded-in cars may have useful extras and sometimes even after market modifications. The overall condition of such vehicles varies greatly. Some may be considerably older and out of warranty.
    • Salvage: vehicles that have been in accidents, floods, fires or recovered thefts that have been purchased by insurance companies. The insurance companies sell these vehicles to dealers or body shops who will fix them and resell them, or auto recyclers who will part out the remaining parts of the vehicle that haven't been damaged.

    Among these types of vehicles there are a number of quality cars ready to market. Late models with remaining factory warranty are not uncommon. The law requires listing dealers to disclose bigger mechanical problems, which may void the manufacturer's warranty and classify the vehicle as junk, salvage, lemon/consumer buy-back, etc. There are special auctions for these types of vehicles (salvage, rebuilt or junk vehicles), sold mostly by insurance companies. Other types of auctions specialize in the sale of police or government cars; some of those actually allow public access.

  • Car Rentals
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    Need to rent a car? Here are your local options ...

    • cars, trucks, SUVs, etc., sometimes in lots.
    • Storage-unit auctions: Auctions take place at the storage facility and sell off those units (usually without the customer being able to see what is inside) whose owners have not paid rent.
    • Real estate auctions: Sales of homes and commercial buildings, most often after a foreclosure.
    • Business auctions: Sometimes an entire business is auctioned off for a number of reasons. Everything from a fine jewelry shop to a repair garage might be featured.
    • Farm auctions: Usually the result of a foreclosure, a farm auction will sell off entire farms--machinery, real estate, livestock, agriculture, etc.
    • Coins auctions: Rare and old coins are frequently sold at auction. Make sure you look up the value before you go.
    • Live auctions: This encompasses anything that happens onsite, either at an auction house or (in the case of real estate or business auctions) on the site of the property being sold.
    • Internet (online) auctions: The most famous online auction site is eBay, but there are many other specialized ones as well.


    The automotive industry includes a wide range of companies and organizations involved in the design, development, manufacturing, marketing, and selling of motor vehicles.

    US auto sales are expected to hit a record high in 2015, according to CNBC, and it's easy to see why. We live in a country where almost anything is more accessible by car. And it's not just the US: the automotive industry is one of the world's most important economic sectors by revenue.

    Whether you're downsizing and selling your minivan or looking to buy a clean used car in your area, these videos will show you--or help you show--exactly what you're dealing with.

    Here's what you can rent:

    • Cars: Most definitions of the term "car" specify that they're designed to run primarily on roads, to have seating for between one and eight people, to typically have four wheels, and to be constructed principally for the transport of people rather than goods. Take a look at some of the cars being offered in these videos, or post one for sale yourself!
    • SUVs: A sports utility vehicle is similar to a station wagon, usually equipped with four-wheel drive for on-road or off-road ability. It's like a station wagon but mounted on a light-truck chassis. The first one came out in 1984 but they've soared in popularity since then, though today many SUV drivers don't ever take their vehicles off-road!
    • Sports/specialty cars: A sports car is a small, usually two-seater automobile that's designed for high performance and delicate handling. High maneuverability and minimum weight are requisite.
    • Minivans: A minivan is a personal-use small van featuring sliding doors for passenger access and configurable, stowable, or removable seating. Taller than a sedan, hatchback, or a station wagon, the minivan has a shared interior volume that can flexibly reconfigure to prioritize either seating or cargo volume, with rear cargo access via a liftgate or tailgate.
    • Electric/green vehicles
    • Pickup trucks: A pickup truck is a light-duty truck with an enclosed cab and an open cargo area with low sides and tailgate. Once a work tool with few creature comforts, by the 1990s less than 15 percent of owners reported use in work as the pickup truck's primary purpose. Today in North America, the pickup is mostly used like a passenger car. Whether you need one for work or play, there are videos here with some great deals!
  • Carnivals & Fairs
    Upcoming Events

    Check out these videos for loacl carnivals and fairs.

  • Carpentry Services

    Carpenters are skilled craftsmen who work in the construction industry fabricating primarily wood constructions; from the entire framework of a building to ornate woodwork on stairs and trim. Some carpenters pre-fabricate cabinets and other structures in shops or factories while others work on construction sites, cutting, joining, and installing structural elements. Many specialize in one aspect of construction. Carpenters working as independent contractors, however, have the ability to work on a wide range of projects.

    Rough Carpenters

    Rough carpenters typically work outdoors on large construction projects. They use blueprints to decide what amount and type of materials are needed for the job. After materials are selected, rough carpenters cut materials according to specifications. They may use hand saws, power saws, or woodworking machines. After cutting the materials to a specified size, a carpenter will then join or assemble them as elements of a larger structure. Sometimes, in order to move these elements into place, carpenters must build scaffolding or other temporary supports. Carpenters may even build sleds to haul timber through wooded areas and rough terrain where motorized vehicles cannot go.

    Finish Carpenters

    Finish carpenters are primarily involved in making cabinetry, furniture, models, and instruments. They also create ornate, detailed, and fine wood products for a variety of uses. They must be detail-oriented and work on a small scale efficiently. Their work is often performed in a shop, though some finish carpenters travel to construction sites to fit and install trim, fine cabinets, and other household furnishings.

    Finish carpenters may specialize in several areas. Those who concentrate on moulding and trim for doors, window casings, and mantels are known as trim carpenters. Cabinetmakers, as the name implies, primarily create cabinets, but also fabricate and refine wardrobes, storage chests, and dressers. Scenic carpenters work in the film industry, crafting elaborate sets.

    Even ships require carpenters, often called shipwrights, who make emergency repairs when necessary. Other areas of specialization include the repair of stringed instruments by luthiers, and the focus on environmentally friendly and energy-efficient designs, performed by 'green' carpenters. These carpenters strive to use sustainable and recycled materials in their projects.

    Other areas: framing, cabinetry, site prep, woodworking, window/door installation.

  • Carpet
  • Carpets
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    The look and performance of a particular carpet are determined by its construction, which may be loop, cut or combinations of the two. In corridors, lobbies, offices, classrooms, hotel rooms, patient care facilities and other public areas, loop styles with low dense construction tend to retain their appearance and resiliency and generally provide a better surface for the rolling traffic of wheel chairs or food carts. Cut pile or cut and loop pile carpets are very good choices for administration areas, libraries, individual offices and boardrooms.

    Various types of high performance backing systems have additional advantages, including higher tuft binds, added stability, imperviousness to moisture and resistance to edge raveling. Consideration should be given to the functional needs of a particular area.

    Understanding carpet construction assists in specifying elements that will provide the best performance in a particular location. Commercial carpet is primarily manufactured by tufting or weaving. Each process will produce quality floor coverings, but tufted carpet accounts for 95 percent of all carpet construction. Both tufting and woven manufacturing are efficient and employ advanced technology to provide capability for a myriad of patterns and floor covering.

    Tufted: Tufting is the process of creating textiles, especially carpet, on specialized multi-needle sewing machines. Several hundred needles stitch hundreds of rows of pile yarn tufts through a backing fabric called the primary backing. The needles push yarn through a primary backing fabric, where a loop holds the yarn in place to form a tuft as the needle is removed. The yarn is caught by loopers and held in place for loop-pile carpet or cut by blades for cut-pile carpet. Next, secondary backings of various types are applied to render a variety of performance properties.

    Here are some key steps in the tufting process:

    • Yarn comes from cones on creel racks (or from big spools called beams) into the machine.
    • The primary backing feeds into the machine.
    • Yarn and primary backing come together in the machine.
    • Yarn is fed through needles on a needlebar of a tufting machine. Needles repeatedly penetrate or tuft into the primary backing.
    • The tufted carpet is mended and inspected.
    • Carpet is rolled onto large rolls for the next step (dyeing or backing).

    Woven: Woven carpet is created on looms by simultaneously interlacing face yarns and backing yarns into a complete product, thereby eliminating the need for a secondary backing. A small amount of latex-back coating is usually applied for bulk. Principal variations of woven carpet include velvet, Wilton and Axminster.

    All carpet has some type of backing system or chemistry that helps keep the tufts in place. Backing systems are made from a variety of materials and may also come with various kinds of protective treatments (such as anti-microbial or anti-stain) or beneficial properties (such as anti-static).

    The methods and chemicals used depend upon the performance requirements of the backing and the carpet. These decisions will be based upon the specifier's performance considerations and the manufacturer's recommendations. Performance considerations are especially important for demanding environments. It's important that the specifier identify the highest priority needs for how the carpet will perform, whether that is wear and tear, moisture-resistance, or heavy foot traffic. The manufacturers' end use recommendations help determine which product will meet the established performance expectations.

    Carpet backing systems generally comprise a primary backing and a chemical adhesive. Frequently, a secondary backing is included. In the most common system, the yarn is secured into the primary backing by synthetic latex, and a secondary backing (or cushion) is attached with a bonding agent or adhesive to provide further pile-yarn stability and to add dimensional stability to the carpet structure.

  • Cars, Automobiles
    new cars

    Most definitions of the term "car" specify that they're designed to run primarily on roads, to have seating for between one and eight people, to typically have four wheels, and to be constructed principally for the transport of people rather than goods. Take a look at some of the cars being offered in these videos, or post one for sale yourself!

  • Casual Dining
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    A casual dining restaurant is a restaurant that serves moderately-priced food in a casual atmosphere. Except for buffet-style restaurants, casual dining restaurants typically provide table service.

    Somewhere in the vast gap between fast food and fine dining lies the casual dining restaurant. The menu of a casual dining restaurant is varied, and of considerably higher quality than the paper-wrapped burgers you find at most take-out joints. However, the atmosphere is laid-back and relaxed, more fun than formal.

    A casual dining restaurant is traditionally defined as "a sit-down restaurant with wait service and a moderate or moderately high price point." However, the definition has expanded to include restaurants offering buffet service, as well as counter service (where customers order and pay for their meal at the register).

    Most casual dining eateries offer a wide variety of comfort foods, along with a selection of appetizers, salads, sides, and desserts. In some cases, the menu may be focused on a particular ethnicity (e.g. Mexican, Italian, Cajun) or a specific food type (e.g. seafood, barbecue, vegetarian).

    As in a fine dining restaurant, the food will be prepared to order and served on a proper plate, rather than in a disposable paper or plastic container. However, for the casual dining restaurant, the emphasis is on value and speed of service, rather than presentation. Your meal may not be plated in the intricate, visually-appealing manner of fine food, but it will arrive quickly and the portions will be generous.

    A casual dining restaurant is also likely to include a full bar, with a good selection of beer and a limited wine menu. Many will also offer a variety of liquors, including a few top shelf brands.

  • Cats
  • Chemical Engineering
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    Chemical engineering is a discipline influencing numerous areas of technology. In broad terms, chemical engineers conceive and design processes to produce, transform and transport materials -- beginning with experimentation in the laboratory followed by implementation of the technology in full-scale production.

    Chemical engineers are in great demand because of the large number of industries that depend on the synthesis and processing of chemicals and materials. In addition to traditional careers in the chemical, energy and oil industries, chemical engineers enjoy increasing opportunities in biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, electronic device fabrication and environmental engineering. The unique training of the chemical engineer becomes essential in these areas when processes involve the chemical or physical transformation of matter.

    For example, chemical engineers working in the chemical industry investigate the creation of new polymeric materials with important electrical, optical or mechanical properties. This requires attention not only to the synthesis of the polymer, but also to the flow and forming processes necessary to create a final product. In biotechnology, chemical engineers help design production facilities that use microorganisms and enzymes to synthesize new drugs. Problems in environmental engineering that engage chemical engineers include the development of processes (catalytic converters, effluent treatment facilities) to minimize the release of or deactivate products harmful to the environment.

    t would take too long to list all the products that are impacted by chemical engineers, but knowing what industries employ them may help you comprehend the scope of their work.

    Chemical engineers work in manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, design and construction, pulp and paper, petrochemicals, food processing, specialty chemicals, microelectronics, electronic and advanced materials, polymers, business services, biotechnology, and environmental health and safety industries, among others.

    Within these industries, chemical engineers rely on their knowledge of mathematics and science--particularly chemistry-- to overcome technical problems safely and economically. And, of course, they draw upon and apply their engineering knowledge to solve any technical challenges they encounter. Don't make the mistake of thinking that chemical engineers only "make things," though. Their expertise is also applied in the areas of law, education, publishing, finance, and medicine, as well as in many other fields that require technical training.

    Specifically, chemical engineers improve food processing techniques, and methods of producing fertilizers, to increase the quantity and quality of available food.

    They also construct the synthetic fibers that make our clothes more comfortable and water resistant; they develop methods to mass-produce drugs, making them more affordable; and they create safer, more efficient methods of refining petroleum products, making energy and chemical sources more productive and cost effective.

    Chemical engineers also develop solutions to environmental problems, such as pollution control and remediation.

  • Child care
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  • Child Custody Law
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    Physical Custody

    Physical custody means that a parent has the right to have a child live with him or her. Some states will award joint physical custody when the child spends significant amounts of time with both parents. Joint physical custody works best if parents live relatively close to each other, as it lessens the stress on children and allows them to maintain a somewhat normal routine.

    Where the child lives primarily with one parent and has visitation with the other, generally the parent with whom the child primarily lives (called the "custodial" parent) will have sole or primary physical custody, and the other parent (the noncustodial parent) will have the right to visitation or parenting time with his or her child.

    Legal Custody

    Legal custody of a child means having the right and the obligation to make decisions about a child's upbringing. A parent with legal custody can make decisions about the child's schooling, religious upbringing and medical care, for example. In many states, courts regularly award joint legal custody, which means that the decision making is shared by both parents.

    If you share joint legal custody with the other parent and you exclude him or her from the decision-making process, your ex can take you back to court and ask the judge to enforce the custody agreement. You won't get fined or go to jail, but it will probably be embarrassing and cause more friction between the two of you -- which may harm the children. What's more, if you're represented by an attorney, it's sure to be expensive.

    If you believe the circumstances between you and your child's other parent make it impossible to share joint legal custody (the other parent won't communicate with you about important matters or is abusive), you can go to court and ask for sole legal custody. But, in many states, joint legal custody is preferred, so you will have to convince a family court judge that it is not in the best interests of your child.

    To learn more about child custody and how it is determined in your state, see the Child Custody & Paternity section on (part of the Nolo network of legal websites).

    Sole Custody

    One parent can have either sole legal custody or sole physical custody of a child. Courts generally won't hesitate to award sole physical custody to one parent if the other parent is deemed unfit -- for example, because of alcohol or drug dependency or charges of child abuse or neglect.

    However, in most states, courts are moving away from awarding sole custody to one parent and toward enlarging the role both parents play in their children's lives. Even where courts do award sole physical custody, the parties often still share joint legal custody, and the noncustodial parent enjoys a generous visitation schedule. In these situations, the parents would make joint decisions about the child's upbringing, but one parent would be deemed the primary physical caretaker, while the other parent would have visitation rights under a parenting agreement or schedule.

    It goes without saying that there may be animosity between you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse. But it's best not to seek sole custody unless the other parent truly causes direct harm to the children. Even then, courts may still allow the other parent supervised visitation.

    Joint Custody

    Parents who don't live together have joint custody (also called shared custody) when they share the decision-making responsibilities for, and/or physical control and custody of, their children. Joint custody can exist if the parents are divorced, separated, or no longer cohabiting, or even if they never lived together. Joint custody may be:

    • joint legal custody
    • joint physical custody (where the children spend a significant portion of time with each parent), or
    • joint legal and physical custody.
  • Childcare Services
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    Need daycare? THese videos will introduce you to some childcare specialists in your area!

    Child care or childcare, child minding, daycare or preschool is the caring for and supervision of a child or children, usually from age six weeks to age thirteen. Child care is the action or skill of looking after children by a day-care center, babysitter, or other providers. Child care is a broad topic covering a wide spectrum of contexts, activities, social and cultural conventions, and institutions. The majority of child care institutions that are available require that child care providers have extensive training in first aid and are CPR certified. In addition, background checks, drug testing, and reference verification are normally a requirement. Childcare can cost up to $15,000 for one year in the United States. The average annual cost of full-time care for an infant in center-based care ranges from $4,863 in Mississippi to $16,430 in Massachusetts. Early childcare is a very important and often overlooked component of child development. Childcare providers are our children's first teachers, and therefore play an integral role in our systems of early childhood education. Quality care from a young age can have a huge impact on the future successes of children.

  • Children's Bicycles, Tricycles
    • Children's bicycles: Children's bike sizes are determined by wheel diameter, not seat height and frame size as is the case with adult bicycles. Between the ages of four and eight, most kids have developed sufficient physical coordination and agility, good balance that they are ready to learn to ride a bicycle.
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  • Children's Books

    Children's literature or juvenile literature includes stories, books, magazines, and poems that are enjoyed by children. Modern children's literature is classified in two different ways: genre or the intended age of the reader.

    Children's literature can be traced to stories and songs, part of a wider oral tradition, that adults shared with children before publishing existed. The development of early children's literature, before printing was invented, is difficult to trace. Even after printing became widespread, many classic "children's" tales were originally created for adults and later adapted for a younger audience. Since the 1400s, a large quantity of literature, often with a moral or religious message, has been aimed specifically at children. The late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries became known as the "Golden Age of Children's Literature" as this period included the publication of many books acknowledged today as classics.

    A literary genre is a category of literary compositions. Genres may be determined by technique, tone, content, or length. According to Anderson, there are six categories of children's literature (with some significant subgenres):

    Picture books, including concept books that teach the alphabet or counting for example, pattern books, and wordless books.
    Traditional literature, including folktales, which convey the legends, customs, superstitions, and beliefs of people in previous civilizations. This genre can be further broken into subgenres: myths, fables, legends, and fairy tales
    Fiction, including fantasy, realistic fiction, and historical fiction
    Biography and autobiography
    Poetry and verse.

  • China
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    The art of making decorated porcelain ware originated in China more than 1,000 years ago. From 960 through 1127, during the Song dynasty, emperors established factories to produce porcelain for the royal family. During the Ming dynasty (1368-1644), the familiar underglazed blue-and-white patterns many people associate with fine "china" were developed, while detailed decorative painting over glaze also became a common technique.

    Chinese porcelain was exported to Europe as early as the 1100s, but it was rare and only available to the very wealthy. During the Qing dynasty (1644-1911), a wider variety of designs were exported. Demand for china cups and saucers increased as tea, coffee, and hot chocolate became popular beverages. Each drink demanded its own type of pot, cups, and accessories.

    In response to the demand, European potteries attempted to manufacture their own porcelain, and by the 18th century, the Europeans were successfully competing with the Chinese. France became a leading manufacturer of soft-paste porcelain, which is not made with kaolin like traditional Chinese hard-paste porcelain. The France porcelain industry was established in the late 17th century in places like St. Cloud, Mennecy, and Chantilly. In the middle of the 18th century, though, Louis XV created his own royal porcelain pottery at Sevres on the outskirts of Paris. By the late 1700s, porcelain blanks were being produced in the city of Limoges, which was near a good supply of clay. The blanks were shipped to Sevres where they were glazed.

    True hard-paste porcelain production in Europe began in 1710 at the German factory of Meissen. Among its many innovations, Meissen gets credit for introducing the porcelain figurine. Meanwhile, English potteries started producing bone china in large quantities around the middle of the century in Staffordshire at Stoke-on-Trent, where Josiah Spode established his pottery, and in Bristol, where Royal Worcester got its start.

    Although technical advances made porcelain more available to a wider range of people during the 19th century, earthenware (baked clay) and stoneware (clay fired at an intense heat to make it nonporous) continued to be popular for dinnerware items. Mass-production of china and dinnerware began in the late 19th century, with a corresponding decline in the quality of craftsmanship and materials. Fine porcelain dinnerware was more commonly used for decoration than to hold food. By the 20th century, colorful functional designs such as Franciscan and Fiesta were in high demand.

    Collectors today have access to a wide variety of antique and vintage china and dinnerware. In this section we provide a sampling of some of the major makers, styles and regions, including British (Royal Doulton, Royal Albert, Spode, Wedgwood, Royal Worcester, Johnson Brothers), Japanese (Noritake), German (Meissen, which is sometimes referred to, inaccurately, as Dresden china), French (Limoges, Haviland), Danish (Royal Copenhagen), and American (stoneware, Fiesta, Franciscan, Lenox, Red Wing).

  • Chiropractors

    A chiropractor is a health care professional focused on the diagnosis and treatment neuromuscular disorders, with an emphasis on treatment through manual adjustment and/or manipulation of the spine.

    Most chiropractors seek to reduce pain and improve the functionality of patients as well as to educate them on how they can account for their own health via exercise, ergonomics and other therapies to treat back pain.

    Chiropractic therapy can include resetting and muscle therapy.

    Chiropractic is a health care profession dedicated to the non-surgical treatment of disorders of the nervous system and/or musculoskeletal system. Generally, chiropractors maintain a unique focus on spinal manipulation and treatment of surrounding structures.

    Many studies have concluded that manual therapies commonly used by chiropractors are generally effective for the treatment of lower back pain1-2, as well as for treatment of lumbar herniated disc for radiculopathy and neck pain, among other conditions.

  • Churches

    (Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Episcopal, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Methodist, Unitarian Universalist, United Church of Christ, Jehovah's Witnesses, nondenominational)

  • Civil Defense

    A civil case begins when a person or entity (such as a corporation or the government), called the plaintiff, claims that another person or entity (the defendant) has failed to carry out a legal duty owed to the plaintiff. Both the plaintiff and the defendant are also referred to as "parties" or "litigants." The plaintiff may ask the court to tell the defendant to fulfill the duty, or make compensation for the harm done, or both. Legal duties include respecting rights established under the Constitution or under federal or state law.

    Civil suits are brought in both state and federal courts. An example of a civil case in a state court would be if a citizen (including a corporation) sued another citizen for not living up to a contract.

    For example, if a lumberyard enters a contract to sell a specific amount of wood to a carpenter for an agreed-upon price and then fails to deliver the wood, forcing the carpenter to buy it elsewhere at a higher price, the carpenter might sue the lumberyard to pay the extra costs incurred because of the lumberyard's failure to deliver; these costs are called damages. If these parties were from different states, however, then that suit could be brought in federal court under diversity jurisdiction if the amount in question exceeded the minimum required by statute ($75,000).

    Individuals, corporations, and the federal government can also bring civil suits in federal court claiming violations of federal statutes or constitutional rights. For example, the federal government can sue a hospital for overbilling Medicare and Medicaid, a violation of a federal statute. An individual could sue a local police department for violation of his or her constitutional rights--for example, the right to assemble peacefully.

  • Civil Engineering

    Civil engineering is arguably the oldest engineering discipline. It deals with the built environment and can be dated to the first time someone placed a roof over his or her head or laid a tree trunk across a river to make it easier to get across.

    The built environment encompasses much of what defines modern civilization. Buildings and bridges are often the first constructions that come to mind, as they are the most conspicuous creations of structural engineering, one of civil engineering's major sub-disciplines. Roads, railroads, subway systems, and airports are designed by transportation engineers, another category of civil engineering. And then there are the less visible creations of civil engineers. Every time you open a water faucet, you expect water to come out, without thinking that civil engineers made it possible. New York City has one of the world's most impressive water supply systems, receiving billions of gallons of high-quality water from the Catskills over one hundred miles away. Similarly, not many people seem to worry about what happens to the water after it has served its purposes. The old civil engineering discipline of sanitary engineering has evolved into modern environmental engineering of such significance that most academic departments have changed their names to civil and environmental engineering.

    These few examples illustrate that civil engineers do a lot more than design buildings and bridges. They can be found in the aerospace industry, designing jetliners and space stations; in the automotive industry, perfecting the load-carrying capacity of a chassis and improving the crashworthiness of bumpers and doors; and they can be found in the ship building industry, the power industry, and many other industries wherever constructed facilities are involved. And they plan and oversee the construction of these facilities as construction managers.

    Civil engineering is an exciting profession because at the end of the day you can see the results of your work, whether this is a completed bridge, a high-rise building, a subway station, or a hydroelectric dam.

  • Classic Automobiles
    Classic Auto

    A classic car is an older automobile; the exact definition varies around the world. The common theme is of an older car with enough historical interest to be collectable and worth preserving or restoring rather than scrapping. The Classic Car Club of America maintains that a car must be between 30 and 49 years old to be a classic, while cars between 50 and 99 fall into a pre-antique class, and cars 100 years and older fall into the Antique Class. Legally, most states have time-based rules for the definition of "classic" for purposes such as antique vehicle registration; for example, Most states define it as "A motor vehicle, but not a reproduction thereof, manufactured at least 20 years prior to the current year which has been maintained in or restored to a condition which is substantially in conformity with manufacturer specifications and appearance."

    Despite this, at many American classic car shows, automobiles typically range from the thirties to sixties. Examples of cars at such shows include the Chevrolet Bel-Air, Ford T-Bucket, Dodge Charger, Chevrolet Deuce Coupe, and 1949 Ford. Meanwhile, the Concours D'Elegance car shows feature prestigious automobiles such as the Cadillac V16 or pre-1940 Rolls-Royce models. "Classic" cars at these shows seldom go beyond 1972. Any cars from 1973 onward are defined as "modern customs", "exotics", or "collectibles". For interest, cars such as the AMC Gremlin or Ford Pinto may be exhibited.

    Americans are divided on the exact era in which a "classic car" can be identified. Many Americans divide automobiles by separate eras: horseless carriages (19th century experimental automobiles such as the Daimler Motor Carriage), antique cars (brass era cars such as the Ford Model T), and classic cars (typically 1930s cars such as the Cord 812 through the end of the muscle car period in the 1970s - a majority use the 1972 model year as the cutoff). The late seventies are disputed as being "classics", as the oil crisis of 1973 brought several now-infamous cars such as the Ford Pinto and AMC Gremlin. The 1980s are often viewed as the early modern period due to the rise of Japanese automakers such as Toyota and Nissan.

  • Cleaning services
  • Cleanout Services

    A cleanout company removes furniture, appliances, debris and junk from homes, apartments, basements and garages. Often, clients will expect companies to dispose of the trash but allow you to keep whatever you believe is valuable as long as it's removed from the property.

  • Clearing
  • Climate-Controlled Storage Solutions

    Some of your items are valuable, one of a kind or environmentally sensitive and would benefit from climate controlled storage. Climate Controlled storage units keep items in a constant environment (temperatures between 55degF and 85degF). To ensure climate control, our storage units are enclosed and, therefore, resist dust, pests, humidity, and more threats to valuables.

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  • Coaching & Consultants
    Coaching and Consulting, Tehnical, Life, Finance

    Coaching refers to training or development in which a coach supports a learner in achieving a specific personal or professional goal. It is a term widely used in sports but also is more and more associated with any kind of mentoring. Coaches are generally focused on facilitating growth in their clients, promoting self-discovery, building on existing strengths, supporting the client to achieve his desired outcome, and providing values-based goal-setting.

    Consultation is generally a less rigid relationship in which the consultant works with the client for a set project or number of hours; the "client" is often more than one person. The consultant is regarded as an expert, bringing some sort of technical expertise to advise on solutions to a problem, with goals generally related to programs rather than personal growth.

  • Coin Auctions

    Rare and old coins are frequently sold at auction. Make sure you look up the value before you go.

  • Cold Storage Solutions

    Cold storage solutions provide warehouse design, engineering, construction and refrigeration services to industrial, commercial and institutional cold storage markets. Cold storage also refers to off-line data storage: off-line storage is a computer data storage on a medium or a device that is not under the control of a processing unit. The medium is recorded, usually in a secondary or tertiary storage device, and then physically removed or disconnected. It must be inserted or connected by a human operator before a computer can access it again. Unlike tertiary storage, it cannot be accessed without human interaction.

  • Collectible Dolls

    Many people collect dolls that are antiques. Dolls are some of the most beautiful antiques that are available to antique collectors today, with dates of manufacture generally from about 1800 through the early 1900s.. They are also very accessible antiques--they can be collected with a minimum of room, unlike antique furniture. They tug at the heartstrings more than, say, antique books or antique tools. Many antique dolls as old as the mid-1800s such as china dolls, can be collected quite inexpensively. Dolls also fit in beautifully with collections of antique toys, trains, Christmas, 19th century paper ephemera and sewing items.

    Sometimes it is a love of fashion that brings collectors to doll collecting. Through dolls, you can collect the history of fashion, either through buying dolls costumed with clothing from many eras, or buying dolls from those eras and places (there is a difference--you can have a Barbie doll dressed in a Victorian outfit, or you can have a doll from the Victorian era dressed in an outfit from that time period. Collecting dolls that reflect fashion certainly is easier and easier on space (full-size 19th Century outfits can be quite bulky--hoop skirt, overskirt, underclothes, shoes, hat, purse, space for one human-sized outfit can fit a small collection of dolls!) Also, dolls make perfect tiny models/mannequins for dolls, and there is something charming about fashion writ small.

    Some collectors of dolls love history. They love the historic place dolls hold in our culture, from Barbie in the 1960s to the manufacture of bisque dolls in France and Germany in the 1800s. These types of doll collectors often will collect the dolls of one time period, or of one manufacturer that they have studied and researched. Sometimes historic collectors are interested in the history of fashion

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  • Commercial
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  • Commercial Appliances
    • Commercial appliances: Using professional kitchen appliances in a commercial setting is a requirement for any foodservice operation. A commercial appliance will stand up to the constant use and abuse of a professional kitchen, while providing time and labor cost savings. In addition, these pieces of equipment are easy for staff to use and clean and automatic features can significantly reduce the time and labor costs associated with manual preparation tasks.
      • Bakery equipment
      • Cold food pans
      • Commercial cooking utensils
      • Cutlery & knives
      • Food prep appliances
      • Timers & thermometers
      • Hot food pans/steam table pans
      • Meal delivery equipment
      • Stainless work tables
  • Commercial Architecture

    Commercial architects prepare designs and specifications for commercial buildings, such as offices and factories, retail outlets and shopping malls, rail and air terminals, hospitals, hotels, and sports and leisure facilities. They do not design single-occupancy homes, which are the responsibility of residential architects. Architects held approximately 113,700 jobs in 2010 and employment opportunities are forecast to grow by 24 percent from 2010 to 2020, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.


    Commercial architects require a minimum of a bachelor's degree in architecture from a university or college program accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board. The programs typically take five years and focus on topics, such as building design, structural systems, computer-aided design and construction materials, according to Education Portal. Graduates must then complete a three-year internship of practical training before taking the Architect Registration Examination. Only candidates who pass all seven sections of the examination are eligible for a state license.

    Client Liaison

    At the start of a project, architects meet clients to discuss their requirements. Architects prepare and present initial proposals, typically in the form of a sketch design. The initial proposals may also incorporate feasibility studies or site reports. As the project progresses, they maintain communication with the client, providing detailed plans, specifications, budgets and schedules. They provide the client with progress reports and arrange meetings to resolve any problems that occur during the design or construction phase.

    Design Coordination

    Commercial architects may carry out detailed design development themselves or coordinate the work of a design team. They prepare detailed drawings and scale models, if required. Architects also coordinate the design input of specialists, such as structural engineers, electrical and plumbing engineers, lighting and interior designers, and heating and ventilating engineers. They ensure that all design elements comply with building, fire, and health and safety regulations. From the approved designs, architects prepare detailed specifications and contract documents that form the basis for obtaining estimates from contractors.

    Project Management

    Architects may advise clients on choosing contractors and help them to negotiate contract terms. During the construction phase, commercial architects may coordinate and supervise the work of contractors and sub-contractors, establishing quality standards for the project. They set schedules, monitor progress and manage contracts to ensure that the project is completed on time and within budget.

  • Commercial Auctions

    Commercial auctions may include auctions for real estate, industrial equipment and machinery, restaurant equipment, commercial liquidation auctions, commercial vehicle auctions, and more.

  • Commercial Contractors
    Commercial Contracting

    Commercial contractors perform renovation and building services on commercial construction projects. These projects may include things like schools, roads, office buildings, and shopping centers. While some commercial contractors may also focus on large multi-unit residential projects, the majority of housing work is performed by residential contractors. Because of the differences in materials, construction methods, and skills required, it is rare to find a company that performs work in both of these markets.

    There are many different types of commercial contractors, and each plays its own unique role in the construction process. The most common type of company one associates with commercial construction is the general contractor. General contractors are responsible for the construction of a project from start to finish, from the planning and scheduling process through the successful completion of the job. These companies sign contracts with a variety of clients, including owners, developers, and municipalities. From the point the contract is signed, the general contractor acts in the owner's interest to ensure the project is completed per his or her request.

    To perform the various construction activities on a project, the general contractor will often delegate work to other companies known as subcontractors. These subcontractors are commercial contractors who specialize in specific tasks and activities. A large project may have dozens of different subcontractors on site, including electricians, excavators, painters, and any other professionals needed to complete the job. While some general contractors may have a staff of carpenters to perform small tasks not covered by subcontractors, this is becoming increasingly rare.

    In order to build the project, the general contractor will review plans created by an architect. Typically the owner will have met with the architect prior to hiring a general contractor, so by the time the contractor gets on board, construction documents are at or near completion. In this case, the contractor starts the project by becoming familiar with the drawings. He or she will develop a schedule based on the needs of the owner and the logical construction sequence of the project. The contractor may also be responsible for securing permits from local authorities, which can often be an onerous task.

    The next step is to hire subcontractors to perform the various tasks on the project. Most commercial contractors start by writing scopes of work. These are lists of the specific tasks that are to be completed by each individual subcontractor. Using this type of list helps the subcontractors price the job, and also keeps it clear throughout the construction process who is responsible for each task. The subcontracts for each trade are then awarded, generally through a bidding process, though many commercial contractors will ignore a small price differential in order to choose a company they know will get the job done.

    Contractors pversee building projects for offices, hospitals, churches, schools, warehouses, and more.

  • Commercial insurance

    Business coverage that can be either for the property owned by the business, the business itself, or both.

  • Commercial Properties

    The term commercial property (also called commercial real estate, investment or income property) refers to buildings or land intended to generate a profit, either from capital gain or rental income.

  • Commercial Security Systems

    Corporate security systems secure airports, banking, campuses, government, healthcare, industrial, and more.

  • Commercial Storage Solutions

    Whether you need business storage to accommodate excess inventory, equipment, files, or simply require more available square footage, you'll find videos here offering flexible and affordable storage solutions.

  • Community-Supported

    Also known as CSA or as community-shared agriculture, community-supported agriculture is an alternative, locally based economic model of agriculture and food distribution.

    How it works: a farmer offers a certain number of "shares" to the public. Typically the share consists of a box of vegetables, but other farm products may be included. Interested consumers purchase a share (aka a "membership" or a "subscription") and in return receive a box (bag, basket) of seasonal produce each week throughout the farming season.

    This arrangement creates several rewards for both the farmer and the consumer.

    Farmers get to spend time marketing the food early in the year, before beginning their 16-hour days in the field. They receive payment early in the season, which helps with cash flow. And, perhaps most importantly for some, they have the opportunity to get to know the people who eat the food they grow.

    Consumers get to eat extremely fresh food (including vitamins and nutrients). They're exposed to new produce and new ways of cooking, and they develop a relationship with the farm, the farmer, and farming.

  • Computer Consultant

    Information technology consulting (also called IT consulting, computer consultancy, business and technology services, computing consultancy, technology consulting, and IT advisory) as a field of activity focuses on advising organizations on how best to use information technology (IT) in achieving their business objectives. In addition to providing advice, IT consultancies often estimate, manage, implement, deploy, and administer IT systems on behalf of their client organizations, a practice known as outsourcing.

    Once a business owner defined the needs to take a business to the next level, a decision maker will define a scope, cost and a time-frame of the project. The role of the IT consultancy company is to support and nurture the company from the very beginning of the project till the end, and deliver the project not only in the scope, time and cost but also with complete customer satisfaction.

    Project scoping and planning

    The usual problem is that a business owner doesn't know the detail of what the project is going to deliver until it starts the process. In many cases, the incremental effort in some projects can lead to significant financial loss.

    Business process and system design

    The scope of a project is linked intimately to the proposed business processes and systems that the project is going to deliver. Regardless of whether the project is to launch a new product range or discontinue unprofitable parts of the business, the change will have some impact on business processes and systems. The documentation of your business processes and system requirements are as fundamental to project scoping as an architects plans would be to the costing and scoping of the construction of a building.

    Project management support

    The most successful business projects are always those that are driven by an employee who has the authority, vision and influence to drive the required changes in a business. It is highly unlikely that a business owner (decision maker or similar) will realize the changes unless one has one of these people in the employment. However, the project leadership role typically requires significant experience and skills which are not usually found within a company focused on day-to-day operations. Due to this requirement within more significant business change projects/programs, outside expertise is often sought from firms which can bring this specific skill set to the company.

  • Computer Education

    Most colleges expect incoming students to be fluent in the big three applications - spreadsheet, database and word processing. We need to move towards where high schools can expect the same. Elementary school students should learn those tools as part of their normal curriculum just as they learn to draw letters, add numbers, and take tests.

    Once in high school, with basic computer literacy taken care of, schools can move into computer courses as a separate subject. Though even here, computer courses need to be expanded and broadened to relate to other subjects. Courses in multi media applications and desktop publishing are obvious examples. Both can relate to art and graphic design. Both can involve making educational presentations on every subject. Both also have fairly obvious use for the student going on to post secondary education or from school directly to work.

    Here you'll find videos from individuals and schools offering computer education classes... take a look and see if it's for you!

  • Computer Forensics Investigations

    Computer forensics is the practice of collecting, analysing and reporting on digital data in a way that is legally admissible. It can be used in the detection and prevention of crime and in any dispute where evidence is stored digitally. Computer forensics follows a similar process to other forensic disciplines, and faces similar issues.

    There are few areas of crime or dispute where computer forensics cannot be applied. Law enforcement agencies have been among the earliest and heaviest users of computer forensics and consequently have often been at the forefront of developments in the field.

    Computers may constitute a 'scene of a crime', for example with hacking or denial of service attacks or they may hold evidence in the form of emails, internet history, documents or other files relevant to crimes such as murder, kidnap, fraud and drug trafficking.

    It is not just the content of emails, documents and other files which may be of interest to investigators but also the 'metadata' associated with those files. A computer forensic examination may reveal when a document first appeared on a computer, when it was last edited, when it was last saved or printed and which user carried out these actions.

    More recently, commercial organisations have used computer forensics to their benefit in a variety of cases such as;

    * Intellectual Property theft
    * Industrial espionage
    * Employment disputes
    * Fraud investigations
    * Forgeries
    * Bankruptcy investigations
    * Inappropriate email and internet use in the work place
    * Regulatory compliance

  • Computer Repair

    Computer repair companies specialize in troubleshooting, servicing and repairing a wide variety of hardware and software-related personal computer issues and computer network problems.

    Issues that typically require computer repair include failed hardware components, software bugs, driver incompatibilities, spyware and malware problems, network connectivity problems, operating system upgrades, and complete computer overhauls.

    When faced with the need for computer repair, options include do-it-yourself solutions, technical support help, computer repair stores, and remote computer repair services.

  • Computer Security Systems

    Computer security refers to techniques for ensuring that data stored in a computer cannot be read or compromised by any individuals without authorization. Most computer security measures involve data encryption and passwords. Data encryption is the translation of data into a form that is unintelligible without a deciphering mechanism. A password is a secret word or phrase that gives a user access to a particular program or system.

  • Computers

    Computer are general-purpose devices programmed to carry out a set of arithmetic or logical operations automatically. Since a sequence of operations can be readily changed, the computer can solve more than one kind of problem.

    In general, a computer consists of at least one processing element, typically a central processing unit (CPU), and some form of memory. The processing element carries out the operations, while the sequencing and control unit changes the order of operations in response to stored information.

    Peripheral devices allow information to be retrieved from an external source (the internet, another computer, etc.), and store and retrieve whatever operations the computer(s) is/are working on.

    Many people use computers of different sorts on their daily lives and work. If you're looking for something specific--a desktop model, a laptop, a tablet, or even one of the new wearables--take a look at these videos and see if you can't find it here!

  • Concrete Construction Parts & Services

    These videos will guide you to conrete services, concrete installation, concrete materials, and concrete parts. Concrete services provide constuction for parking decks, healthcare facilities, industrial and manufacturing facilities, commercial and institutional facilities, and more.

    Typically, concrete may be placed into service once it has achieved its design strength. Design strength is a measurement, of resistance to compression in pounds per square inch, at a certain age (28 days is the industry standard). Cement, or Portland cement, or Portland as it is sometimes called refers to a product obtained by pulverizing clinker consisting primarily of hydraulic calcium silicates; usually interground with calcium sulfate. Cement constitutes between 7 and 15% of the volume of concrete and forms the binding paste when mixed with water. Concrete is the combination of cement, water, aggregates and sometimes admixtures.

  • Conservation

    Conservation Agriculture (CA) is a set of soil management practices that minimize the disruption of the soil's structure, composition and natural biodiversity. CA has proven potential to improve crop yields, while improving the long-term environmental and financial sustainability of farming.

    Conservation agriculture aims to achieve sustainable and profitable agriculture and subsequently aimes at improved livelihoods of farmers through the application of the three CA principles: minimal soil disturbance, permanent soil cover and crop rotations. CA holds tremendous potential for all sizes of farms and agro-ecological systems, but its adoption is perhaps most urgently required by smallholder farmers, especially those facing acute labour shortages. It is a way to combine profitable agricultural production with environmental concerns and sustainability and it has been proven to work in a variety of agroecological zones and farming systems. It is been perceived by practitioners as a valid tool for Sustainable Land Management (SLM).

  • Consignment

    "Consignment shop" is an American term for second-hand shops that sell used goods for owners (consignors), typically at a lower cost than new. Not all second hand stores are consignment shops. In consignment shops, it is usually understood that the consignee (the seller) pays the consignor (the person who owns the item) a portion of the proceeds from the sale. Payment is not made until and unless the item sells. Such shops are found around the world. They can be chain stores, like the Buffalo exchange in the USA, or individual boutique stores. The consignor retains title to the item and can end the arrangement at any time by requesting its return. A specified time is commonly arranged after which, if the item does not sell, the owner is expected to reclaim it (or, if not reclaimed within a specified period, the seller can dispose of the item at his or her discretion).

    Merchandise often sold through consignment shops includes antiques, athletic equipment, automobiles, books, clothing (especially children's, maternity, and wedding clothing which are often not worn out), furniture, firearms, music, musical instruments, tools, paragliders and toys. eBay, drop-off stores and online sellers often use the consignment model of selling. Art galleries, as well, often operate as consignees of the artist.

  • Construction

    Construction is the process of creating and building infrastructure or a facility. It starts with planning, design, and financing and continues until the project is built and ready for use.

    Large-scale construction involves a great deal of technology and manpower. Construction jobs are managed by a project manager and supervised by a construction manager, design engineer, construction engineer or project architect. Effective planning is essential; construction professionals have to consider zoning requirements, environmental impact, successful scheduling, budgeting, construction site safety, the availability and transportation of building materials, and logistics.

    There are three types of construction: buildings, infrastructure, and industrial. Most users of VideoAdds will be interested in the first of these areas, building or residential construction.

    The most popular method of residential construction in North America is wood-framed construction. Typical construction steps for a single-family or small multi-family house are: develop floor plans and obtain government building approval if necessary, clear the building site, pour a foundation with concrete, build the main load-bearing structure out of thick pieces of wood, add floor and ceiling joists and install subfloor panels, cover outer walls and roof in particleboard or plywood and vapor barrier, install roof shingles or other covering for flat roof, cover the walls with siding, typically vinyl or wood, but possibly stone or other materials, and install windows.

    Framing involves these steps: frame out interior walls with wooden 2 by 4s, add internal plumbing, HVAC, electrical, and natural gas utilities, visit by building inspector, install interior drywall panels and fiberglass insulation to make walls and ceilings, install bathroom fixtures, spackle, prime, and paint interior walls and ceilings, add additional tiling on top of drywall for wet areas, such as the bathroom and kitchen backsplash, install final floor covering, such as floor tile, carpet, or wood flooring, and install major appliances.

    Want to hire someone to put an addition on your house, create additional space--or build a new one from scratch? See some of their completed projects via VideoAdds video here first!

  • Construction Equipment
    Heavy Equipment


    • Surface drills
    • Toolcarriers
    • Soil Stabilizing Equipment
    • Skid Steer Loaders
    • Site Dumpers
    • Wheel Dozers
    • Wheel Loaders
    • Wood and brush clearing
    • Wheeled Excavators
    • Wheel Tractors
    • Sheepsfoot Rollers or Padfoot Rollers
    • Scrapers, Self Propelled
    • Compact Utility Tractors (Less than/equal to 60 hp)
    • Crawler Dozers
    • Compact Track Loaders
    • Backhoe Loaders
    • Articulated Dump Trucks, Off-Highway
    • Crawler Excavators
    • Crawler Loaders
    • Rigid Frame Trucks, Off-Highway
    • Scrapers, Pull Type
    • Motor Graders
    • Landfill Compactors
    • Crawler Tractors

    Underground Construction

    • Directional Boring Equipment
    • Inspection Equipment, Sewer and Pipe
    • Piercing Tools
    • Pipe & Cable Locators
    • Pipe Layers
    • Pipe Rehab Equip: Pipe Bursting, Pipe Jacking, Liners, Etc.
    • Trench Rollers
    • Trenchers
    • Vacuum Excavation

    Paving & Materials Production

    • Asphalt Pavers, Tracked
    • Asphalt Pavers, Wheeled
    • Batching and Mixing Plants, Asphalt
    • Batching and Mixing Plants, Concrete
    • Bridge Finishers
    • Cold Planers and Milling Machines
    • Combination Rollers, Smooth Drum & Tires
    • Concrete Mixers
    • Concrete Pavers
    • Concrete Reclaimers
    • Concrete Screeds
    • Conveyors and Feeders, All Types
    • Crushing and Screening Plants, Portable
    • Crushing and Screening Plants, Stationary
    • Curb and Gutter Paver
    • Emulsified Asphalt, Recycled Pavement, Mobile Machines
    • Horizontal Grinder
    • Material Transfer Vehicles
    • Material-Handler Excavators
    • Patching Plants, Asphalt
    • Pavement Breakers, Self Propelled
    • Pavement Saws & Blades
    • Pneumatic Tire Rollers
    • Reclaimers and Recyclers, In-Place
    • Screeds, Asphalt
    • Screeds, Vibrating
    • Screens, Vibrating Aggregate Sizing
    • Shoulder Spreaders
    • Single Smooth Drum Vibratory Rollers
    • Slipforms, Concrete Paving
    • Slurry Machines
    • Soil Stabilizing Equipment
    • Tandem Vibratory Rollers
    • Tub Grinders

    Lifting & Concrete Placement

    • Truck Cranes
    • Truck Mounted Cranes
    • Tower Cranes
    • Telescoping Boom Aerial Platform, Truck and Trailer Mounted
    • Telescoping Boom Aerial Platform, Self Propelled
    • Vibrators, Concrete, Internal
    • Vibrators, External Form
    • Telescopic Crawler Cranes
    • Telehandlers
    • Concrete Pumps
    • Forklifts, Rough-Terrain Vertical-Mast
    • Concrete Conveyors
    • Bridge Inspection/Maintenance
    • Boom Trucks
    • Grapples
    • Lattice Boom Crawler Cranes
    • Scissor Lift Aerial Platform, Self Propelled
    • Scissor Lift Aerial Platform, Truck and Trailer Mounted
    • Rough Terrain Cranes
    • Power Trowels, Walk-Behind
    • Power Trowels, Ride-On
    • Articulating Boom Aerial Platform, Truck & Trailer Mounted
    • Articulating Boom Aerial Platform, Self Propelled
    • All Terrain Cranes

    Light Equipment

    • Bits, Masonry Core Drill
    • Blades, Concrete and Masonry Saw
    • All-Terrain Vehicles (ATV)
    • Air Tools and Accessories
    • Abrasive Blasting Equipment
    • Blades, Concrete Finish and Float
    • Cabinets, Storage, Tools, Etc.
    • Welding Equipment, Acetylene
    • Welding Equipment, Electrical
    • Vibratory, Walk-Behind Rollers
    • Vibratory Plate Compactors
    • Thawing Equipment (Also See Heaters)
    • Welding Power Units
    • Tampers, Ram Type
    • Radios: 2-Way, UHF, VHF, Etc.
    • Dust Collection Systems
    • Electric Generator Sets
    • Drills, Masonry Core
    • Demolition Tools
    • Compact Utility Vehicles
    • Generator, Mobile, Trailer-Mounted, Three-Phase
    • Generator, Skid-Mounted, Three-Phase
    • Pumps, Slurry
    • Pumps, Water
    • Portable Air Compressors
    • Light Towers, Portable Light Plants
    • Jackhammers, Hand Held


    • Bodies, Trailer, Dump
    • Bodies, Truck, Dump
    • Bodies, Utility Types
    • Heavy-Duty Trucks, Class 7 & 8, >26,000 GVW
    • Medium-Duty Trucks, Classes 4 - 6, 14,001 to 26,000 GVW
    • Mixer Trucks, Concrete
    • Pickup Trucks, Classes 1 - 3, up to 14,000 GVW
    • Service Trucks
    • Snow Removal Equipment
    • Trailers, Bottom-Dump
    • Trailers, Bulk Materials
    • Trailers, End-Dump
    • Trailers, Flat-Bed and Platform
    • Trailers, Low-Bed, Equipment


    • Angle Brooms
    • Attachments for Compacting
    • Attachments for concrete and materials
    • Attachments for Fine Grading
    • Rakes
    • Rippers
    • Magnetic Sweepers
    • Loader Quick-Attach Couplers
    • Loader Attachment
    • Scrap Grapples
    • Shears, Crushers & Pulverizers
    • Wood and brush attachments
    • Wheel Loader Buckets
    • Tracks For Over Skid-Steer Wheels
    • Snow removal blades and attachments
    • Heavy-Duty Demolition Grapples
    • Grapple Forks
    • Booms and sticks
    • Boom-Mounted Tools & Accessories
    • Blades
    • Backhoe & Excavator Quick-Attach Couplers
    • Breakers
    • Cold-Planer & Milling Attachments
    • Dragline Buckets
    • Brush Grapples (Light Duty)
    • Buckets for loaders
    • Buckets for backhoes and excavators


    • Construction Technology & Software
    • Construction Telematics
    • Electronic Grade Controls, GPS and Laser
    • Software, Equipment Management
    • Vehicle Dispatching Systems
    • Wireless Machine-Information Systems


    • Air Compressors, Integral with Tractor
    • Batteries, Chargers and Service Equipment
    • Coolant
    • Crawler Undercarriage and Parts: Grousers, Shoes, Rollers, Links, Bushings, Pins, Idlers, Etc.
    • Diagnostic Test Equipment
    • Diesel Engines, 100 to 250 hp
    • Diesel Engines, Over 250 hp
    • Diesel Engines, Under 100 hp
    • Engines, Gasoline
    • Filters, Air, Engine
    • Filters, Fuel, Oil and Hydraulic
    • Filtration Equipment, Portable
    • Fluid Recovery and Recycling Systems
    • Fuel Analysis Services
    • Ground Engaging Tools
    • Hydraulic Hose
    • Lubricants and Grease
    • Lubricating Equipment, Truck- or Trailer-Mounted
    • Oil Analysis Equipment and Services
    • Oil Evacuation Systems
    • Steam Cleaners and Pressure Washers
    • Tire Accessories: Rims, Hubs, Etc.
    • Tire Spreaders and Removers
    • Tires, On- and Off-Highway

    Safety Equipment

    • Alarms, Back-Up
    • Fall Protection, Prevention Devices
    • First Aid Supplies, Industrial
    • Goggles and Glasses
    • Safety Equipment for Construction
    • Trench Shoring Boxes and Systems

    Agricultural equipment

    Agricultural equipment refers to any kind of machinery used on a farm to help with farming. The best-known example of this kind is the tractor.

    • This section will bring you videos of both agricultural equipment sales and agricultural equipment servicing
    • Agricultural machinery: this is where you'll find:
      • Tractors
      • Agricultural machinery
      • Agricultural implements
  • Construction Equipment
    Heavy Equipment
  • Cookbooks & Cookware

    A cookbook (sometimes cookery book in Commonwealth English or cook book) is a kitchen reference publication that typically contains a collection of recipes.

    Cookware and bakeware are types of food preparation containers, commonly found in a kitchen. Cookware comprises cooking vessels, such as saucepans and frying pans, intended for use on a stove or range cooktop. Bakeware comprises cooking vessels intended for use inside an oven. Some utensils are both cookware and bakeware.

    The choice of material for cookware and bakeware items has a significant effect on the item's performance (and cost), particularly in terms of thermal conductivity and how much food sticks to the item when in use. Some choices of material also require special pre-preparation of the surface--known as seasoning--before they are used for food preparation.

    Both the cooking pot and lid handles can be made of the same material, but will mean that when picking up or touching either of these parts oven gloves will need to be worn. In order to avoid this, handles can be made of non heat conducting materials, for example bakelite, plastic or wood. It is best to avoid hollow handles because they are difficult to clean or to dry.

  • Cooking Classes

    Are you thinking about taking a cooking class, but don't know if it's worth it? Does the name of your most cooked meal have the words "hamburger" or "helper" in it? If so, a culinary arts class may be right up your alley.

    It's fun: Having fun, meeting new people and simply enjoying a new experience are all great reasons to enroll in a cooking class. Whether you sign up as a couple, with your best friend or for a mother-daughter experience - you're sure to have a few laughs.

    You'll learn something new: You can watch all the cooking TV shows you want, but nothing gives you the hands-on experience of being in a real live class with a real live teacher. You can learn from an instructor who does things in real time without "the magic of TV" speeding up all the steps - talk about hard to follow! Your instructor can also coach you on proper techniques while answering your cooking questions -- and there's no need to rewind your DVR.

    To try something exotic: Who knows, you may have a hidden flair for rolling sushi or be able to cook Thai dishes worthy of royalty, but how will you know unless you take a class? Often, cooking dishes outside of your own culture come with scads of new - and sometimes expensive - ingredients that you don't already have in your kitchen. An exotic cooking class can get your feet wet and see if you enjoy a special type of cooking without breaking the bank.

    You don't have to wash dishes: You know that whole, "I cooked it, you clean it" debate that couples love to get in? In a cooking class you don't have to flip a coin for who gets stuck with dish duty. You get the fun of cooking with none of the cleanup.

    Perk up your palette: In a cooking class you not only get to cook interesting dishes, you get to sample them as well. Bonus points if you sign up for a class that teaches you about pairing wines, as you'll get to sip those all evening as well.

    Unique date night: Tired of dinner and a movie? A cooking class is a fun way to differentiate from your usual Friday night routine. Surprise your honey by signing up for a class, or make it a monthly ritual.

    Learn to perfect a dish: Everybody needs a go-to, signature dish to wow guests at birthday gatherings and family get-togethers alike. How cool would it be if your perfect dish is gourmet instead of the same-old tater tot casserole? Pay attention during the class and so you can replicate the dish from the comfort of your own kitchen, even without a professional chef looking over your shoulder.

    Cook like a pro: Have you ever wondered how TV chef's make that flame erupt from the pan without burning the food - or their eyebrows? Or do you wish you knew how to chop 300 carrots a minute? A cooking class can teach new techniques that can make you look and feel like a pro.

    Choosing the right cooking class

    When deciding which cooking class is right for you, you need to decide what your goals are. Are you hoping to experiment with a new type of cuisine? If so, maybe a sushi making or Indian cuisine class is for you. Or, are you a novice who can barely use a can opener? Then maybe a beginner's class that covers the basics is what you need.

    The length of the class ranges from a one evening experience, which is more social in nature, to semester-long courses at culinary institutes, for those considering a career. Whatever your motivation for wanting to take a class, you're sure to have good food and great fun. Besides, if in the end you decide you prefer take-out or cooking from the box, that's okay too - at least you gave cooking the old college try, right?

  • Copywriter

    A copywriter may:

    • Write (obviously)
    • Research
    • Interview
    • Edit
    • Proofread
    • Manage projects
    • Source images
    • Plan and implement marketing campaigns

    What's important to understand is that while words are the main output of a copywriter, writing isn't necessarily what they spend most of their time doing. They have to do a lot of research and thinking, tweaking and formatting, and a bunch of other seemingly peripheral tasks.

  • Copywriting Services

    Copywriting is the process of writing advertising promotional materials. Copywriters are responsible for the text on brochures, billboards, websites, emails, advertisements, catalogs, and more.

  • Corporate Investigation

    Included is fraud, theft, and embezzlement; intellectual property theft; workplace violence threats; computer forensics; electronic countermeasures; code of conduct violations.

    Corporate investigations thoroughly investigate business operations, which is why these types of cases are also called business investigations. A corporate investigation generally tries to find out whether a business partner is legitimate, whether a potential business merger makes sense, or whether fraud or embezzlement is going on. While these are the most common types of company investigations, though, these cases can cover a wide range of topics, from intellectual property, to criminal inquiries to financial searches. It is all up to you and your business needs.

  • Costume Jewelry

    Costume jewelry is jewelry made from inexpensive metals and imitations of precious stones. This type of jewelry is popular among fashion and set designers. It can be found in vintage stores as well as retail stores specializing in accessories.

  • Counseling
  • Creative Arts
  • Creative Writing Instruction

    The purpose of creative writing is to both entertain and share human experience. Writers attempt to get at a truth about humanity through poetics and storytelling. Learn how to do it here!

  • Criminal Defense

    A person accused of a crime is generally charged in a formal accusation called an indictment (for felonies or serious crimes) or information (for misdemeanors). The government, on behalf of the people of the United States, prosecutes the case through the United States Attorney's Office if the person is charged with a federal crime. A state's attorney's office prosecutes state crimes.

    It is not the victim's responsibility to bring a criminal case. In a kidnapping case, for instance, the government would prosecute the kidnapper; the victim would not be a party to the action.

    In some criminal cases, there may not be a specific victim. For example, state governments arrest and prosecute people accused of violating laws against driving while intoxicated because society regards that as a serious offense that can result in harm to others.

    When a court determines that an individual committed a crime, that person will receive a sentence. The sentence may be an order to pay a monetary penalty (a fine and/or restitution to the victim), imprisonment, or supervision in the community (by a court employee called a U.S. probation officer if a federal crime), or some combination of these three things.

  • Criminal Law

    Criminal law is the body of law that relates to crime. It regulates social conduct and prescribes whatever is threatening, harmful, or otherwise endangering to the property, health, safety, and moral welfare of people. It includes the punishment of people who violate these laws. Criminal law varies according to jurisdiction, and differs from civil law, where emphasis is more on dispute resolution and victim compensation than on punishment.

    There are six types of crime addressed in criminal law:

    1. Violent2. Property3. White Collar4. High-Tech5. Public Order6. Organized

  • CRT Television Sets

    The cathode ray tube (CRT) is a vacuum tube containing one or more electron guns, and a phosphorescent screen used to view images. It has a means to accelerate and deflect the electron beam(s) onto the screen to create the images. The images may represent electrical waveforms (oscilloscope), pictures (television, computer monitor), radar targets or others. CRTs have also been used as memory devices, in which case the visible light emitted from the fluorescent material (if any) is not intended to have significant meaning to a visual observer (though the visible pattern on the tube face may cryptically represent the stored data).

    The CRT uses an evacuated glass envelope which is large, deep (i.e. long from front screen face to rear end), fairly heavy, and relatively fragile. As a matter of safety, the face is typically made of thick lead glass so as to be highly shatter-resistant and to block most X-ray emissions, particularly if the CRT is used in a consumer product.

    CRTs have largely been superseded by newer display technologies such as LCD, plasma display, and OLED, which have lower manufacturing costs, power consumption, weight and bulk.

  • Cruiser Bicycles

    Cruiser bicycles: Cruiser bikes are heavy framed bicycles designed for comfort, with curved back handlebars, and padded seats. The traditional cruiser bicycle is single-speed with coaster brakes.

  • Cruises
  • Cruises

    A cruise ship is like a large floating vacation resort: luxury and comfort of a star hotel. Most cruise ships are equipped with several restaurants, bars, casinos, swimming pools, Jacuzzi, spa, gym, shops, theater, cinema.

  • Custom Jewelry Design

    When customers select the finest performing signature diamonds in the world, they usually want their stones set in a custom-designed ring, bracelet, pendant or other jewelry piece that can make an even more personal statement.

  • Cutting


  • Dance
  • Dance

    Dance is the art form in which human movement becomes the medium for sensing, understanding, and communicating ideas, feelings, and experiences. Dance provides a way of learning--one that develops communication abilities, problem solving techniques, and creative and critical thinking skills along with kinesthetic abilities. At its core, the goal of dance education is to engage students in artistic experiences through the processes of creation, performance and response.

    Ready to take some dance lessons? You can learn ...

    Ballet: Ballet serves as a backbone for many other styles of dance, as many other dance genres are based on ballet. Ballet is based on techniques that have been developed over centuries. Ballet uses music and dance to tell stories.

    Jazz: Jazz is a fun dance style that relies heavily on originality and improvisation. Many jazz dancers mix different styles into their dancing, incorporating their own expression.

    Tap: Tap dancing is an exciting form of dance in which dancers wear special shoes equipped with metal taps. Tap dancers use their feet like drums to create rhythmic patterns and timely beats.

    Hip-Hop: Hip-hop is a dance style, usually danced to hip-hop music, that evolved from the hip-hop culture. Hip-hop includes various moves such as breaking, popping, locking and krumping, and even house dance.

    Modern: Modern dance is a dance style that rejects many of the strict rules of classical ballet, focusing instead on the expression of inner feelings. Modern dance was created as a rebellion against classical ballet, emphasizing creativity in choreography and performance.

    Swing: Swing dance is a lively dance style in which couples swing, spin and jump together. Swing dancing is a general term that means dancing to swing music, or music that "swings."

    Contra Dance: Contra dance is a form of American folk dance in which the dancers form two parallel lines and perform a sequence of dance movements with different partners down the length of the line. Contra dances are relaxed with family-like atmospheres.

    Country and Western Dance: Known as "kicker dancing" by Texans, country dancing refers to a variety of dance styles, techniques and moves, usually danced to country-western music. Country and western dancers practice in country western dance bars, clubs and ballrooms.

    Belly Dance: Belly dance is a unique form of dance characterized by sharp, rolling movements of the hips and abdomen. The true origins of belly dancing are debated among enthusiasts.

    Flamenco: Flamenco dance (baile) is a highly-expressive, Spanish dance form. The flamenco is a solo dance characterized by hand clapping, percussive footwork, and intricate hand, arm and body movements.

    Latin Dance: Compared to other ballroom dances, Latin dances are generally faster-paced, more sensual, and have more rhythmic expression. The latin dances are for couples, typically a man and a woman. Partners sometimes dance in a closed, tight position, and sometimes hold only one hand. Includes cha-cha, rumba, samba, salsa, paso double, jive, and more.

    Folk dance: Folk dance refers to a variety of dances developed by groups or communities, as opposed to being made up by a choreographer. There are several types of folk dance including clogging, English country dance, international folk dance, Irish dance, Maypole dance, Morris dance, Nordic polska dance, square dance, and many more.

  • Data and Networking Services
    Data and Networking

    In today's networked world, rapid, reliable access to your network and corporate resources must be available anytime and anywhere. In addition to access, networks must be secure and deliver maximum uptime with high throughput. New devices and applications touch your network daily. These expectations are not easy to deliver or maintain. You need help!

    Fortunately, help is here. This section offers videos from companies offering web hosting, data management, ISP support, and more.

  • Daycare
  • Dealerships

    Find the dealership you're looking for! WHatever you want to buy--from Austins to Volvos--you'll find it here.

    A car dealership or vehicle local distribution is a business that sells new or used cars at the retail level, based on a dealership contract with an automaker or its sales subsidiary. It employs automobile salespeople to sell their automotive vehicles. It may also provide maintenance services for cars, and employ automotive technicians to stock and sell spare automobile parts and process warranty claims. In 2013, the U.S. new car dealers market was close to $715 billion and the used car dealers industry almost $89 billion.

  • Debt Collection

    Under the federal Fair Debt Collection Practice Act, a debt collector generally is a person or a company that regularly collects debts owed to others, usually when those debts are past-due. Debt collectors include collection agencies or lawyers who collect debts as part of their business. There are also companies that buy past-due debts from creditors or other businesses and then try to collect them. These debt collectors are also called debt collection agencies, debt collection companies, or debt buyers.

  • Demolition
  • Demolition Services

    Do you need a residential or commercial building taken down? Or perhaps just parts of one? Well, either way, these videos will guide you to demolition experts offering demolition services.

    Demolition is the tearing-down of buildings and other structures. Demolition contrasts with deconstruction, which involves taking a building apart while carefully preserving valuable elements for re-use.

    For small buildings, such as houses, that are only two or three stories high, demolition is a rather simple process. The building is pulled down either manually or mechanically using large hydraulic equipment: elevated work platforms, cranes, excavators or bulldozers. Larger buildings may require the use of a wrecking ball, a heavy weight on a cable that is swung by a crane into the side of the buildings. Wrecking balls are especially effective against masonry, but are less easily controlled and often less efficient than other methods. Newer methods may use rotational hydraulic shears and silenced rock-breakers attached to excavators to cut or break through wood, steel, and concrete. The use of shears is especially common when flame cutting would be dangerous.

  • Dental

    Products and Services

  • Dental Care


    • General dentistry
    • Orthodontists
    • Dental surgery
  • Destinations
  • DIaper Bags, Kids' Bags
    • Kids' bags: waterproof kids' bags, kids' overnight bags, kids' bags for camp.
    • Diaper bags: canvas diaper bags, nylon diaper bags, waterproof diaper bags.
  • Dirt bikes
  • Dishwashers

    A dishwasher is a robot that cleans and rinses dirty dishes. Humans have to load the dishes, add detergent, set the proper washing cycles and turn it on, but the dishwasher accomplishes a whole series of functions by itself. A dishwasher:
    * Adds water
    * Heats the water to the appropriate temperature
    * Automatically opens the detergent dispenser at the right time
    * Shoots the water through jets to get the dishes clean
    * Drains the dirty water
    * Sprays more water on the dishes to rinse them
    * Drains itself again
    * Heats the air to dry the dishes off, if the user has selected that setting

    In addition, dishwashers monitor themselves to make sure everything is running properly. A timer (or a small computer) regulates the length of each cycle. A sensor detects the water and air temperature to prevent the dishwasher from overheating or damaging your dishes. Another sensor can tell if the water level gets too high and activates the draining function to keep the dishwasher from overflowing. Some dishwashers even have sensors that can detect the dirtiness of the water coming off the dishes. When the water is clear enough, the dishwasher knows the dishes are clean.

  • Divorce

    Divorce is a court decree that terminates a marriage; also known as marital dissolution.

    A divorce decree establishes the new relations between the parties, including their duties and obligations relating to property that they own, support responsibilities of either or both of them, and provisions for any children.When a marriage breaks up, divorce law provides legal solutions for issues that the Husband and Wife are unable to resolve through mutual cooperation. Historically, the most important question in a divorce case was whether the court should grant a divorce. When a divorce was granted, the resolution of continuing obligations was simple: The wife was awarded custody of any children, and the husband was required to support the wife and children.

    Modern divorce laws have inverted the involvement of courts. The issue of whether a divorce should be granted is now generally decided by one or both of the spouses. Contemporary courts are more involved in determining the legal ramifications of the marriage breakup, such as spousal maintenance, Child Support, and Child Custody. Other legal issues relating to divorce include court jurisdiction, antenuptial and postnuptial agreements, and the right to obtain a divorce. State laws govern a wide range of divorce issues, but district, county, and family courts are given broad discretion in fixing legal obligations between the parties.

    Most states allow the filing of a divorce petition at any time, unless the petitioner has not been a resident of the state for a specified period of time. Some states require a waiting period for their residents. The waiting period can range from six weeks to two or three years.

    Illinois and South Dakota maintain the strictest divorce laws. In Illinois, a marriage may be dissolved without regard to fault where three conditions exist: the parties have lived apart for a continuous period of two years; irreconcilable differences have caused the irretrievable breakdown of the marriage; and efforts at reconciliation would be impracticable and not in the best interests of the family (Ill. Rev. Stat. ch. 750 I.L.C.S. SS 5/401(a)(2)). In South Dakota, irreconcilable differences are a valid ground for divorce, which suggests some measure of fault blindness (S.D. Codified Laws Ann. SS 25:4-2). However, irreconcilable differences exist only when the court determines that there are "substantial reasons for not continuing the marriage and which make it appear that the marriage should be dissolved" (SS 25:4-17.1).

    In Minnesota, the statute covering dissolution of marriage reads like a primer on no-fault divorce. Minnesota Statutes Annotated, Section 518.05, defines dissolution as "the termination of the marital relationship between a husband and wife" and concludes that a divorce "shall be granted by a county or district court when the court finds there has been an irretrievable breakdown of the marriage relationship." "Irretrievable breakdown" is left undefined in the statute. In Texas, the no-fault statute is titled "Insupportability." This law provides that on petition by either party, "a divorce may be decreed without regard to fault if the marriage has become insupportable because of discord or conflict of personalities" that destroys the purpose of marriage and renders reconciliation improbable (Tex. Fam. Code Ann. SS 3.01 ).

    No-fault is not without its detractors. Some critics argue that strict, no-fault divorce can provide a cover for serious marital misconduct. By refusing to examine the marital conduct of parties in setting future obligations, some states prevent spouses, usually impoverished wives, from exposing and receiving redress for tortious or criminal conduct. In response to this problem, the vast majority of states have abolished statutes that prevent one spouse from suing the other. However, tort claims for marital misconduct are often treated with suspicion, and juries are seldom eager to settle marital discord. A marital tort claim is also subject to business judgment: If the case does not appear cost-effective, an attorney might be reluctant to accept it.

    Fault has survived in some aspects of divorce proceedings. It was once relevant to a decree of divorce and irrelevant to such matters as child custody and property divisions. Under current trends, marital misconduct is irrelevant to the divorce itself, but it may be relevant to related matters such as child custody, child support and Visitation Rights, spousal maintenance, and property distribution.

  • DJ's
  • Docks and Waterfront
    Docks and Waterfront

    Docks, accessories, boatlifts, paddle products, commercial and municipal, marine construction, waterfront access.

  • Doctors

    Here you'll find videos relating to the practice of doctors and specialized doctors such as surgeons.

    It seems that you're always looking for a medical professional you can trust. Why not "meet" them via video? Here you can find just the right doctor, dentist, or other medical specialist that you need, and get a real feel for what they're like.

    Doctors--also referred to as physicians and medical practitioners--are healthcare professionals who promote, maintain, and restore health through studying, diagnosing, and treating illnesses, injuries, and other physical ailments. They provide primary care and when necessary, refer patients to other healthcare providers.

  • Doctors of Divinity
  • Dogs
  • Dozers
  • Drain Cleaning and Drainage

    These videos include what to do about clogged pipes, and commercial and residential ditching.

    Basic drain cleaning

    While price varies depending on the market and the severity of the clog, Young says the average cost to clear a tub, kitchen or bathroom drain runs $109 to $214.

    Removing a clog from a laundry drain costs between $151 to $214, and remedying a toilet clog ranges from $109 to $273. All jobs include a $50 service fee.

    Main line clogs

    Main line stoppages can be cleared by either an outside clean out, through a drain vent on the roof or by pulling a toilet. On top of their service fee, Legacy Plumbing charges $184 to unstop a main line using an exterior clean out, $273 to clear the drain through a drain vent on a one-story roof and $399 if they need to pull a toilet and use drain cleaning equipment.

    Beyond snaking a drain

    Snaking isn't always the right fix. If your servicer uses a high-pressure water jet to eliminate buildup and grease, the price starts at $395. They can also perform a video inspection to determine the condition of a line and see an accurate location to perform a spot repair. This costs $395 per line. If they have to remove and replace existing pipes with new materials, it can cost a homeowner between $395 to thousands of dollars, depending on the situation.

    Preventing drain clogs

    To save yourself the cash and headache, treat your drains with the respect they deserve. Don't pour any fats, oils or greases down the drain. "When introduced into the sink line in a hot liquid form, it will cool off in the drain lines, congealing to the walls of the drain line and closing the drain like a clogged artery," Young says.

    Also, don't overload your disposal.

    In the tub drain, many service professionals recommend installing a screen to catch excess hair.

  • Dryers

    A clothes dryer, tumble dryer, or drying machine is a powered household appliance that is used to remove moisture from a load of clothing and other textiles, usually shortly after they are washed in a washing machine. Clothes may also be dried by natural evaporation and, if available, sunlight on an outdoor or indoor clothes line or clothes horse.

    Many dryers consist of a rotating drum called a "tumbler" through which heated air is circulated to evaporate the moisture, while the tumbler is rotated to maintain air space between the articles. Using these machines may cause clothes to shrink or become less soft (due to loss of short soft fibers/lint). A simpler non-rotating machine called a "drying cabinet" may be used for delicate fabrics and other items not suitable for a tumble dryer.

  • Dumpster Rentals

    Home remodels, major yard projects, and removal of large items are just three of many reasons why you may need to rent a dumpster or roll-off container.

    • Flexible dumpster and roll-off sizes for every project.
    • Timely delivery and pickup.
    • Careful dumpster placement


  • Ecological

    Ecological farming is recognized as the high-end objective among the proponents of sustainable agriculture.

    Ecological farming is not same as organic farming, however there are many similarities and they are not necessarily incompatible.

    Ecological farming enables communities to produce enough food to feed themselves. This form of agriculture fosters a future of healthy farming, and healthy food, to all people. Ecological farming helps the world's population to mitigate--and adapt to--climate change.

    Analyzes have also shown that ecological farming makes sense economically. First, this modern farming method leads to increased crop yields. Globally, ecological farming can produce an average of approximately 30% more food per hectare than conventional agriculture. In developing countries, ecological farming can produce roughly 80% more food per hectare. Second, cost efficiencies come from using natural, locally-available fertilizers and organic pest control. This saves costs on synthetic chemical inputs that pollute.

    Finally, evidence indicates that ecologically farmed products taste better and promote better health. A recent study in California shows that organically-grown strawberries taste sweeter than their conventional, chemically-grown counterparts. The organic variety also contains 10% more dietary antioxidants, which are known to protect against disease.

  • Education
    Private, Online, Testing, Adult and Children Education

    Education is the process of facilitating learning. Knowledge, skills, values, beliefs, and habits of a group of people are transferred to other people, through storytelling, discussion, teaching, training, or research.

    Formal education occurs in a structured environment whose explicit purpose is teaching students. Usually, formal education takes place in a school environment with classrooms of multiple students learning together with a trained, certified teacher of the subject. Most school systems are designed around a set of values or ideals that govern all educational choices in that system. These choices include curriculum, physical classroom design, student-teacher interactions, methods of assessment, class size, educational activities, and more.

    Education frequently takes place under the guidance of educators, but learners may also educate themselves in a process called autodidactic learning.


    • Private schools: Private schools are also called independent schools or non-governmental schools. Private schools aren't administered by local, state, or national governments. Because of this, they retain the right to select their students and are funded in whole or in part by charging their students tuition, rather than relying on mandatory taxation through public (government) funding. At some private schools students may be able to get a scholarship, which makes the cost cheaper, depending on a talent the student may have (e.g. sport scholarship, art scholarship, academic scholarship), financial need, or tax credit scholarships that might be available.
    • Continuing education: Continuing education is a broad terms that encompasses a lot of post-secondary learning activities and programs. Recognized forms of continuing education can include: degree credit courses by non-traditional students, non-degree career training, workforce training, formal personal enrichment courses (both on-campus and online) self-directed learning (such as through Internet interest groups, clubs or personal research activities) and experiential learning.
    • Adult education classes: Adult education is a practice in which adults engage in systematic and sustained self-educating activities in order to gain new forms of knowledge, skills, attitudes, or values. The learning happens in many ways and in many contexts just as all adults' lives differ. Adult learning can be in any of these three contexts: Formal (structured learning that typically takes place in an education or training institution, usually with a set curriculum and carries credentials), non-formal (Learning that is organized by educational institutions but non-credential. Non-formal learning opportunities may be provided in the workplace and through the activities of civil society organizations and groups) and informal (Learning that goes on all the time, resulting from daily life activities related to work, family, community or leisure).
    • Career training
    • Educational supplies: School supplies for students include pencils, pens, scissors, glue sticks, pencil sharpeners, erasers, markers, highlighters, notebooks, three-ring binder, loose-leaf notebook paper, folders and pocket folders, transparent tape, a stapler, crayons for younger children, a backpack. School supplies for teachers include chalk/colored chalk (if working with blackboards), specialized markers (if working with whiteboards), rubber bands, sticky notes, index cards, pens and pencils, loose-leaf reinforcements, paperclips, newsprint, a dictionary, optionally a tablet computer.
  • Elder Care Services

    Meet the people who run your local eldercare services before you decide to engage their services.

    Today adults are living longer than ever before. In fact, adults age 85 and older are the fastest growing segment of our population and according the US Commerce Department Bureau of Census, will account for 1 in 4 seniors and 5% of all Americans by 2050. With that longevity, we are challenged with more chronic illness and a decline in functionality.

    • One in five seniors have five or more chronic conditions
    • Two in five seniors will require long-term care
    • Half of Americans age 85 and older have Alzheimer's Disease

    These limitations can wreak havoc on the quality of life of those experiencing this decline and the support systems around them.

    • One in five seniors who are discharged from a hospital are rehospitalized within 30 days
    • One in three are rehospitalized within 90 days.
    • Seniors account for 12% of the U.S. population but more than one-third of hospitalizations and almost half of total hospital costs.

    Professional elder care services can greatly improve health outcomes, alleviate stress and increase function.

    It is now recognized that when patients with complicated medical, functional and cognitive conditions receive care coordination in the home by specially trained geriatric care managers, hospitalizations and emergency room admissions are substantially reduced. Read about the health outcomes of our clients.

    Improved outcomes benefit the support system around individuals receiving care.

    We often hear from family members and professionals who recognize the need to better support someone they care about. These include:

    • Family members and friends of who feel a loved one may need care at home or in an alternative living situation
    • Individuals caring for their spouse, partner, or adult child with disabilities who could benefit from respite
    • Physicians who need help transitioning or supporting patients with complex medical or psychosocial needs
    • Elder law, trust and estate attorneys serving who need a reliable assessment of a client's needs and/or assistance navigating thorny family dynamics
    • Financial planners and other professionals helping older adults plan for future caregiving needs can obtain
    • Bank trust officers with fiduciary responsibility for their customers
    • Probate judges who need objective, professional assessments of a client's needs, conservatorship, or professional care management for a case with an aging client or client with a disability, who needs an assessment.
    • Employee Assistance Programs that work with caregiving employees nurses, social workers, hospital discharge planners, and other healthcare professionals
  • Electric
  • Electrical
  • Electrical Services, Electricians, Electrical Parts

    Electricians service you commercial electrical needs, residential electrical needs, interior electrical needs, and exterior electrical needs. Here are videos of some of them in action, as well as places to get electrical parts.

    Electricians are tradesmen whose responsibilities are to design, install, maintain and troubleshoot electrical wiring systems. These systems can be located in homes, commercial or industrial buildings, and even machines and large pieces of equipment. Electricians work either inside or outside to make possible the use of lights, televisions, industrial equipment, appliances and many other items essential to life.

    Electricians are either inside wiremen or outside linemen. These are the main concentrations of a practicing electrical professional, but there are various areas of specialization within each category. Duties also vary widely with each type of position or specialization.

    Electricians who fall into the inside wiremen category focus almost solely on the wiring of buildings. Structures range from a newly built home to an aged industrial building that's being repurposed for a new use. Inside wiremen, as their name implies, spend most of their careers working indoors. Working with blueprints, they install new electrical systems in new buildings and troubleshoot problems or replace older systems.

    Outside linemen, by contrast, work outdoors most of their careers. They must exhibit a moderate amount of physical fitness due to the requirement of climbing telephone and power poles when a lift bucket is not available. Outside linemen must also endure inclement weather in order to repair power outages for all the homes, businesses and other structures in the area affected by the outage. These electricians work with transformers, transmission lines and traffic signals. They may also be required to trim trees or assemble electrical substations.

    These main categories are subdivided into several areas. Service electricians, for instance, specialize in troubleshooting wiring problems and making repairs. Construction electricians, in contrast, focus on laying wiring for new buildings and rarely perform maintenance. Electricians also specialize in marine, air, research, and hospital-specific applications.

  • Emergency Medical Services

    Emergency Medical Services, more commonly known as EMS, is a system that provides emergency medical care. Once it is activated by an incident that causes serious illness or injury, the focus of EMS is emergency medical care of the patient(s). EMS is most easily recognized when emergency vehicles or helicopters are seen responding to emergency incidents. But EMS is much more than a ride to the hospital. It is a system of coordinated response and emergency medical care, involving multiple people and agencies. A comprehensive EMS system is ready every day for every kind of emergency.

    EMS is an intricate system, and each component of this system has an essential role to perform as part of a coordinated and seamless system of emergency medical care. An EMS system comprises all of the following components:

    • Agencies and organizations (both private and public)
    • Communications and transportation networks
    • Trauma systems, hospitals, trauma centers, and specialty care centers
    • Rehabilitation facilities
    • Highly trained professionals
      • Volunteer and career prehospital personnel
      • Physicians, nurses, and therapists
      • Administrators and government officials
    • An informed public that knows what to do in a medical emergency
  • Employment
    Help and Positions Wanted, Jobs, Unemployment, Gainful Employment

    This section features video opportunities to post and respond to job listings. If you're interested in further education for a particular career, see Education. If you're looking for a job, this is a great place to put a visual resume--why not create an interview you can post and refer potential employers to?

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  • Engineering

    Engineering combines science and math to solve problems and improve the world around us. What really distinguishes an engineer is her ability to take a thought or abstract idea and translate it into reality. Engineers are problem-solvers, organizers, communicators, calculators and designers. They define a problem and its relevant constraints (such as time, cost, etc.) and provide a simple solution. A senior engineer will usually perform less technical work (calculations and designs) but instead focus on managing a project or team of engineers.

  • Environmental Engineering

    These videos will help you find environmental engineers.

    Environmental engineering is the branch of engineering that is concerned with protecting people from the effects of adverse environmental effects, such as pollution, as well as improving environmental quality. Environmental engineers work to improve recycling, waste disposal, public health, and water and air pollution control, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

    The practice of environmental engineering dates back to the dawn of civilization. Ever since groups of people began living in semi-permanent settlements, they have had to deal with the challenges of providing clean water and disposing of solid waste and sewage. With the growth of cities and the advent of large-scale farming and manufacturing, people have also had to worry about air quality and soil contamination.

  • Equipment
  • Equipment
  • Equipment
  • Equipment
  • Equipment
  • Equipment
  • Equipment
  • Equipment for sale
  • Equipment for sale
  • Equipment Rental
    Equipment Rentals
  • Equipment Rentals
    Equipment Rentals
  • Equipment Rentals

    Why rent versus own?

    • Fewer support items means reduced overhead. Renting cuts costs by eliminating the need for storage, maintenance and repair parts, a service area, and maintenance staff.
    • Support when you need it. Renting provides 24/7 support when you have equipment-related needs after hours.
    • Comprehensive equipment knowledge. Rental professionals advise and train on the general and specialized tools and equipment for rent.
    • Project flexibility. Renting allows you to perform seasonal, temporary or specialized work.
    • Performance guaranteed. Rental equipment should come with a worry-free guarantee assuring you that equipment will be serviced and properly maintained.

    Equipment comes in all shapes and sizes... and functons! Check out your options here for finding:

    • construction equipment rentals: drills, pressure washers, general contruction equipment, power tools, excavators, dump truck/trailers,
    • sports equipment rentals
    • catering equipment rentals
  • Estate Auctions

    Estate auctions are aso known as household auctions. They sell off the whole of a home--home furnishings, appliances, china, books, electronics, clothing, art, plants, etc.

    Most people have too much stuff, and gradually, they get rid of old possessions to make room for the new, perhaps by donating them or holding a garage sale. But what about getting rid of a whole house full of items all at once? Most of us have to do it at some point, usually when a family member dies. The process can be overwhelming, but there are professionals who can help you organize an estate sale and sell all these items efficiently.

    Estate sales are similar to auctions. Though they're usually held after someone dies, they can also be necessary because of long-distance moves, divorce and bankruptcy. Whatever the reason, estate sales can be a good way to pay off debt or make money off unwanted possessions. For the shopper, they're often a great place to find bargains, antiques, and unusual items.

    Estate sales are also known as tag sales in some places. They're different from garage sales, though, because they're usually run by a professional company, and the goal is to sell all the items remaining in the home. In most estate sales, the public is invited into the house and can browse through everything there. The prices are generally clearly displayed on the items, but it's often possible to bargain for lower prices.

  • Estate Sales

    This is a yard sale that generally takes place indoors and is selling off everything in the building. It is typically done when the homeowner is deceased and is handled by an estate sales company. Items will include books, furniture, artwork, kitchen goods, linens, tools, toys, and sometimes vehicles.

  • Event Planning
    Anniversary, Bar Mitzvahs, Birthday, Retirement, Party Supplies, Rentals, Weddings

    An eye to detail, a clear head for organization and the ability to never ever panic--these are the qualities necessary to plan events. If you don't possess them and you have an event coming up, then you'll want to consider hiring an event planner to take the stress off!

    Your relationship with your event planner is critical, and it's not something that you can develop through a website or an ad on Craigslist. But you can choose your event planner by getting to know them via video! Wedding planners and organizers, destination planners, and party planners take the anxiety out of your major events and enable you to relax and enjoy yourself.

  • Events & Attractions
    Events and Attractions

    Events & attractions provide things for you, your family, your colleagues, and your customers to do... and what better way to locate what to do this weekend than through video?

  • Evictions and disputes (attorneys)
  • Excavating and landscaping
  • Excavators
  • Exterior Storage Solutions

    Outdoor storage can include:

    • outdoor storage benches
    • outdoor storage sheds
    • outdoor storage boxes
    • outdoor storage cabinets
  • Eye Care
    Eye Care

    Here you'll find videos relating to eye-care professionals, eye-care clinics, and laser treatments.


    Ophthalmology is a branch of medicine that specializes in the anatomy, function, and diseases of the eye. An ophthalmologist is a medical or osteopathic physician who specializes in the medical and surgical care of the eyes and the prevention of eye disease. An ophthalmologist diagnoses and treats refractive, medical, and surgical problems related to eye diseases and disorders. Ophthalmologists are licensed by state regulatory boards to practice medicine and surgery, as well as deliver routine eye care. An ophthalmologist will have the initials "M.D." (Doctor of Medicine) or "D.O." (Doctor of Osteopathy) after his or her name.

    Ophthalmologists are trained to provide the full spectrum of eye care, from prescribing glasses and contact lenses to complex and delicate eye surgery. Ophthalmologists treat eye diseases, prescribe medications, and perform all types of surgery to improve, or prevent the worsening of, eye and vision-related conditions. Many ophthalmologists are also involved in scientific research into the causes of, and cures for, eye diseases and vision problems.


    Optometry is a vision care specialty that is concerned with the health of the eyes, the visual system, and related structures. An optometrist is a health care professional who specializes in function and disorders of the eye, detection of eye disease, and some types of eye disease management. An optometrist conducts eye examinations, prescribes corrective contact lenses and glasses, and diagnoses and treats eye diseases and disorders. Optometrists are licensed by state regulatory boards that determine their scope of practice, which may vary from state to state. An optometrist will have the initials "O.D." (Doctor of Optometry) after his or her name.

    Optometrists are trained to examine the eyes for visual defects, diagnose problems or impairments, prescribe corrective lenses, and provide certain types of treatment. Many (but not all) U.S. states have passed legislation that allows optometrists to perform certain surgical procedures, such as laser treatment; administer injections, such as local anesthesia or treatment for macular degeneration; and prescribe additional diagnostic, therapeutic, and oral medications. Visit the American Optometric Association website to determine if your state permits optometrists to perform these additional procedures. Many optometrists are also involved in scientific research into the causes of, and cures for, a range of vision problems.


    An optician is a health professional who is trained to supply, prepare, and dispense optical appliances through interpretation of written prescriptions. An optician fits and finishes eyeglass lenses and frames and may also dispense low vision devices, contact lenses, and artificial eyes. Opticians typically learn job skills through formal on-the-job programs. This training includes technical instruction in measuring eyes or adjusting frames under the supervision of an experienced optician. A number of community colleges and technical schools offer formal education in opticianry. Some award a two-year associate degree, while others offer a one-year certificate. Twenty-three U.S. states require licensure for opticians.

  • Eye Care


  • Family
  • Family & Social Services
    Family Services

    If you need support, this is the place to come. (If you need immediate or emergency assistance, call 911 or your local emergency number.)

    Child and family services is a government and/or non-profit organization designed to better the well being of individuals who come from unfortunate situations, environmental or biological. People who seek or are sought after to participate in these homes have no other resource to turn to. Children might come from abusive or neglectful homes, or live in very poor and dangerous communities. There are also agencies that cater to people with biological handicaps. Child and family services may be mandated if:

    1. There is domestic violence in the home
    2. There is abuse or neglect in the home (emotional, physical, and/or sexual abuse)

    Social services refer to a range of public services provided by governmental or private organizations. These public services aim to create more effective organizations, build stronger communities, and promote equity and opportunity. Social services include the benefits and facilities such as education, food subsidies, health care, job training and subsidized housing, adoption, community management, policy research, and lobbying.

    Here you'll find videos describing the services offered by a number of organizations that support individuals, families, and children through difficult or transitional periods in their lives.

  • Family Law

    Family law encompasses a broad range of legal topics involving marriage and children. Common family law subjects include divorce or annulment, child custody and visitation rights, child support payments, and spousal support / alimony. Family law specifically deals with children in regards to adoption, guardianship, and state child protection, and domestic violence and restraining orders for adults.

  • Fast Food

    A fast food restaurant, also known as a quick service restaurant (QSR) within the industry, is a specific type of restaurant characterized both by its fast food cuisine and by minimal table service. Food served in fast food restaurants typically caters to a "meat-sweet diet" and is offered from a limited menu; is cooked in bulk in advance and kept hot; is finished and packaged to order; and is usually available ready to take away, though seating may be provided. Fast food restaurants are typically part of a restaurant chain or franchise operation, which provisions standardized ingredients and/or partially prepared foods and supplies to each restaurant through controlled supply channels.

    Modern commercial fast food is highly processed and prepared on a large scale from bulk ingredients using standardized cooking and production methods and equipment. It is usually rapidly served in cartons or bags or in a plastic wrapping, in a fashion which reduces operating costs by allowing rapid product identification and counting, promoting longer holding time, avoiding transfer of bacteria, and facilitating order fulfillment. In most fast food operations, menu items are generally made from processed ingredients prepared at a central supply facilities and then shipped to individual outlets where they are cooked (usually by grill, microwave, or deep-frying) or assembled in a short amount of time either in anticipation of upcoming orders (i.e., "to stock") or in response to actual orders (i.e., "to order"). Following standard operating procedures, pre-cooked products are monitored for freshness and disposed of if holding times become excessive. This process ensures a consistent level of product quality, and is key to delivering the order quickly to the customer and avoiding labor and equipment costs in the individual stores.

    Because of commercial emphasis on taste, speed, product safety, uniformity, and low cost, fast food products are made with ingredients formulated to achieve an identifiable flavor, aroma, texture, and "mouth feel" and to preserve freshness and control handling costs during preparation and order fulfillment. This requires a high degree of food engineering. The use of additives, including salt, sugar, flavorings and preservatives, and processing techniques may limit the nutritional value of the final product.

  • Fencing

    A fence is a freestanding structure designed to restrict or prevent movement across a boundary. Fences are generally distinguished from walls by the lightness of their construction and their purpose. Walls are usually barriers made from solid brick or concrete, blocking vision as well as passage, while fences are used more frequently to provide visual sectioning of spaces.

    Types include:

    1. Brushwood fencing, a fence made using wires on either side of brushwood, to compact the brushwood material together.
    2. Chain-link fencing, wire fencing made of wires woven together
    3. Close boarded fencing, Strong and robust fence constructed from morticed posts, arris rails and vertical feather edge boards
    4. Concrete fence, easy to install and highly durable
    5. Ha-ha (or sunken fence)
    6. Hurdle fencing, made from moveable sections
    7. Palisade (Stakewall)
    8. Picket fences, generally a waist-high, painted, partially decorative fence
    9. Post-and-rail fencing
    10. Roundpole fences, similar to post-and-rail fencing but more closely spaced rails, typical of Scandinavia and other areas rich in raw timber.
    1. Slate fence, a type of palisade made of vertical slabs of slate wired together. Commonly used in parts of Wales.
    2. Spear-top fence
    3. Split-rail fences made of timber, often laid in a zig-zag pattern, particularly in newly settled parts of the United States and Canada
    4. Stockade fence, a waist-high or higher solid fence composed of contiguous or very closely spaced round logs, posts, stakes, or half-round boards pointed at the top. This type of fence is commonly used for privacy.
    5. Vinyl fencing
    6. Wattle fencing, of split branches woven between stakes.
    7. Wood-panel fencing
    8. Wrought iron fencing, made from tube steel, also known as ornamental iron.
    9. Hedge, including:
    • Cactus fence
    • Hedgerows of intertwined, living shrubs (constructed by hedge laying)
    • Live fencing is the use of live woody species for fences.
    • Turf mounds in semiarid grasslands such as the western United States or Russian steppes`
    1. Wall fences, including:
    • Dry-stone wall or rock fence, often agricultural
    1. Wire fences
    • Smooth wire fence
    • Barbed wire fence
    • Electric fence
    • Woven wire fencing, many designs, from fine chicken wire to heavy mesh "sheep fence" or "ring fence"
    • Welded wire mesh fence
  • Feng Shui

    A feng shui consultant is someone who will come into your home and make recommendations for changes based on feng shui principles.

    What is feng shui? Feng shui is an ancient art and science developed over 3,000 years ago in China. It is a complex body of knowledge that reveals how to balance the energies of any given space to assure health and good fortune for people inhabiting it. Feng means wind and shui means water. In Chinese culture wind and water are associated with good health, thus good feng shui came to mean good fortune, while bad feng shui means bad luck, or misfortune.

    Feng shui is based on the Taoist vision and understanding of nature, particularly on the idea that the land is alive and filled with Chi, or energy.

    The main tools used in a feng shui analysis are the Compass and the Bagua. The feng shui energy map, or bagua, is an octagonal grid containing the symbols of the I Ching, the ancient oracle on which feng shui is based. Knowing the bagua of your home will help you understand the connection of specific feng shui areas of your home to specific areas of your life.

    The feng shui compass, also called Luo-Pan, is used to access deeper information about a site or a building. It consists of bands of concentric rings arranged around the magnetic needle. Luo means everything and Pan means bowl, which can be interpreted as a bowl that contains all the mysteries of the universe.

    Feng shui offers a variety of cures to improve your life. From the feng shui use of aquariums to attract prosperity to the feng shui use of crystals and fountains; from the right feng shui use of colors to the feng shui use of clocks, there are many ways you can improve the energy in your home or office with solid, good feng shui.

  • Financial & Business Services

    Financial services are the economic services provided by the finance industry, which encompasses a broad range of businesses that manage money, including credit unions, banks, credit card companies, insurance companies, accountancy companies, consumer finance companies, stock brokerages, investment funds and some government sponsored enterprises.

    Financial services include certain kinds of banks: commercial banking services and investment banking services.

  • Financial Advisers/Planners

    A financial advisor is someone who gives financial advice to their clients. In determining an investment portfolio for a client, they must be able to take into account a range of information, including economic trends, regulatory changes, and the client's comfort with risky decisions. A major part of a financial advisor's job is making clients feel comfortable. They must establish trust with clients and respond well to their questions and concerns.

    Most people associate financial planners with investments and the stock market and all that confusing money mumbo-jumbo. If you're looking for investment help, there are investment advisors who will determine where to put your dollars. If you're looking for other financial help, however, fee-only financial planners can give you good money-management advice. If you hire the right type of financial planner, they'll advise you on savings, retirement accounts, mortgages, insurance and much more, according to Sensible Money. Basically, financial planners will gather your personal and financial information and use it to make recommendations for your situation.

    In most cases, you won't need a financial planner for managing your day-to-day finances. When there are big changes in your life, a financial planner can help you make the necessary changes to your finances.

  • Financial Consultants

    What is a financial consultant?

    Financial consultants work with companies or individuals to plan for their financial futures by offering information and guidance on topics that include taxes, investments and insurance decisions. Often called financial advisors, these consultants work closely with clients to offer personalized financial advice. Consultants may also direct the buying and selling of stocks and bonds for their clients. Some consultants work for consulting firms that focus on the financial needs of specific businesses or industries.

    Consultants meet personally with clients to assess their financial situation in order to present a financial plan that includes both short- and long-term financial goals. Consultants help clients with financial planning decisions for retirement, education, day-to-day expenses and investments. They meet regularly with clients to assess how life changes such as marriage, job change or the birth of a child will affect the client's financial plan. In addition, many consultants are licensed to buy and sell financial products such as insurance policies, stocks and bonds.

    Consultants spend much of their time reaching out to prospective clients and building a strong customer base. This means consultants often travel or work non-traditional hours to meet with clients in their homes or businesses. Consultants may also offer financial planning classes or seminars to reach out to potential clients.

    Financial consultants have a bachelor's or graduate degree. Some colleges and universities offer degrees in financial consulting. Others offer more generalized degrees for those wanting to enter this career path. Prospective financial consultants earn degrees in finance, math, business or economics as preparation for the field. Certifications, such as the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) credential help consultants improve their professional standing and are looked on favorably by employers. The Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards issues the certification, which requires applicants to have three years of relevant experience and a bachelor's degree. In addition, applicants must pass a comprehensive exam that covers key aspects of the financial planning process. Furthermore, candidates for certification must adhere to a code of ethics and complete 30 hours of continuing education every two years in order to remain current in the ever-changing field of financial planning.

    Consultants must be licensed and registered with their particular state and the Securities Exchange Commission if they sell securities. The variety of licenses needed by financial consultants depends on the products they wish to offer their clients. Those who sell insurance products must also be licensed by a state board.

  • Financial Planning
  • Fine Dining

    Fine dining restaurants are full service restaurants with specific dedicated meal courses. Decor of such restaurants features higher-quality materials, with an eye towards the "atmosphere" desired by the restaurateur. The wait staff is usually highly trained and often wears more formal attire.

    Fine dining restaurants, also referred to as white tablecloth restaurants, are typically higher end and fancier restaurants. As opposed to casual eateries, cafes or family-style restaurants, fine dining caters to an upscale clientele and provides the highest quality of food. A fine dining restaurant has a formal atmosphere, is almost always a sit down restaurant, and has a fancier menu than most restaurants. Fine dining restaurants offer wine lists, and sometimes sommeliers, to help you with your food and wine pairing. They also have dress codes in most cases.

    Fine dining restaurants also generally offer more exotic or interesting menu items. Foods such as escargot (snails), beef carpaccio (raw beef), and foie gras (liver) may appear on the menu, so if you aren't an adventurous eater and don't like these things, make sure you understand exactly what it is you are ordering. The portions at a fine dining restaurant may also be smaller than at a more casual or family style restaurant, but the food will generally be of a higher quality.

    Finally, fine dining restaurants tend to be on the more expensive side. An entree can cost $20 or more, in some cases and in some cities, much much more. Wine lists at fine dining restaurants can also feature expensive bottles of wine, so make sure you look carefully at prices in a fine dining restaurant before making a reservation.

  • Fine Jewelry

    Fine jewelry includes anything that's made with gold, platinum and gemstones. Gold has to have at least 10 karats to be considered fine jewelry. Gemstones must be naturally made. Fine jewelry typically has a longer life span than costume jewelry, is often passed from generation to generation, and is considered more of an investment than costume jewelry. Because fine jewelry is made of coveted metals and gemstones, it's generally more expensive than costume pieces.

  • Fireplaces: Sales & Service

    Before selecting or installing a hearth product, there are many things to consider. First and foremost is the safe installation and venting of any fireplace, stove or gas log sets purchased. The following information is provided as a "guideline only" to understanding the proper installation of any hearth product, but should not be considered instructions.

    Best Practices for Woodburning Fireplace Installation

    If installed properly and safely, there are few things as peaceful and relaxing as a woodburning fireplace.

    Gas Log Set Installation

    If your clients are tired of burning wood, but want to hold onto the ambience of their fireplace, a gas log set may be the answer.

    Venting Your Hearth Product

    Hearth products are vented in three ways: natural draft (vented through the roof), direct-vent, and vent-free.

    A Guide Standard for Fireplaces, Chimneys, Vents

    Because each jurisdiction is different, we cannot provide building and fire code information. However, your local fireplace retailer will be able to provide you with that information.

  • Firewood

    So: you have a fireplace or a wood-burning stove. Or maybe you're camping somewhere, or want a bonfire on the beach. No matter what, you're going to need firewood.

    Firewood is any wooden material that is gathered and used for fuel. Generally, firewood is not highly processed and is in some sort of recognizable log or branch form, compared to other forms of wood fuel like pellets or chips. Firewood is a renewable resource. However, demand for this fuel can outpace its ability to regenerate on local and regional level. Good forestry practices and improvements in devices that use firewood can improve the local wood supplies.

    Check out these great videos that will show you where you can go for it!

  • Fireworks

    Need fireworks or sparklers? Check out some of the videos here!

    Fireworks are a class of explosive pyrotechnic devices used for aesthetic, cultural, and religious purposes. A fireworks event (also called a fireworks show or pyrotechnics) is a display of the effects produced by firework devices. Fireworks competitions are also regularly held at a number of places. Fireworks take many forms to produce the four primary effects: noise, light, smoke and floating materials (confetti for example.) They may be designed to burn with flames and sparks of many colors, typically red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, silver and gold.

  • Fish
  • Fish Filleting Knives

    transforming our catches into fine table-fare requires the assistance of fillet knives. The good news is, there are countless options to choose from. And the bad news? Well, there are countless options--and separating the good, the bad, and the ugly can at times feel more challenging than slicing the Y-bones out of a pike, blindfolded. The trouble is, the wrong knife can waste meat, make filleting a nightmare, and increase the risk of slicing yourself while dicing your catch. When choosing a knife, look for a quality stainless steel blade--sized appropriately to the fish you'll be cleaning. Flex should also fit your cleaning needs. A bit of flex (say, an inch or so each way) is nice on short, thin blades used for smaller fish and precision cuts. Larger knives with thicker blades may have less flex, but the ability to bend is still important.

  • Fishing

    This is where you'll find videos of hunting and fishing vacation hot spots and destinations, fishing equipment, fishing classes, fishing lessons, and more.

    Fishing is the act of catching fish in a variety of ways. Commercial fishing is taking fish for sale. Recreational fishing is catching fish for personal use or for the sport of catching fish. Recreational caught fish are eaten by the person catching them or released, they are not sold.

    Recreational fishing can be done in a variety of ways. Most consider fishing to be taking fish by hook and line. You can use either poles, rod and reel to do so.

    Rods and reels for fishing include fly fishing outfits, spincast fishing outfits, spinning fishing outfit and bait casting outfits.

    Recreational fishing can include fishing with nets, fishing with jugs, fishing with set lines like trotlines and bank hooks and even spearing fish. But these vary by location and some kinds are prohibited by law.

    Fishing is often broken down into saltwater fishing and freshwater fishing.

  • Fitness Bicycles

    Fitness bicycles: This category includes stationary bicycles for use in a home or gym.

  • Flat-Screen Digital Television Sets

    This isn't as much of a decision as it used to be because almost all TVs now on the market are LCD TVs that use LEDs instead of fluorescent bulbs for backlighting the screen. Most manufacturers and retailers refer to them as LED TVs. (When we refer to LCD TVs in this buying guide, that includes models using LED backlights.)

    Plasma TVs are just about gone from the market, and manufacturers are no longer producing them.

    There's a new type of TV available that uses another display technology--OLED, which stands for organic light emitting diode. At this point, there's only one brand (LG) making them, but we expect to see more in the future.

    3D TVs and Ultra HD TVs aren't different types of TVs. They are LCD/LED or OLED sets that have these capabilities. Many new models can display 3D images as well as regular HD. Ultra HD TVs, or UHD TVs for short, are LCD/LED sets with have higher-resolution screen that are capable of displaying more detail. OLED displays with UHD resolution are expected to arrive soon.

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  • Flooring
  • Flooring: Sales, Installation, Services

    Flooring is the general term for a permanent covering of a floor, or for the work of installing such a floor covering. Floor covering is a term to generically describe any finish material applied over a floor structure to provide a walking surface. Both terms are used interchangeably but floor covering refers more to loose-laid materials.

    Materials almost always classified as floor covering include:

    • carpet
    • area rugs
    • resilient flooring (such as linoleum or vinyl flooring)

    Materials commonly called flooring include:

    • wood flooring
    • ceramic tile
    • stone
    • terrazzo
    • various seamless chemical floor coatings
  • Floors & Flooring

    A floor is the walking surface of a room or vehicle. Floors vary from simple dirt in a cave to many-layered surfaces \modern technology. Floors may be stone, wood, bamboo, metal, or any other material that can support the expected load.

    The levels of a building are often referred to as floors although a more proper term is story.

    Floors typically consist of a subfloor for support and a floor covering used to give a good walking surface. In modern buildings the subfloor often has electrical wiring, plumbing, and other services built in. As floors must meet many needs, some essential to safety, floors are built to strict building codes in the first world.

  • Florists

    Florists are engaged in the production, commerce, and trade in flowers. They handle and care for flowers, create floral designs or do flower arranging, do merchandising, display, and flower delivery.

    Wholesale florists sell bulk flowers and related supplies to professionals in the trade. Retail florists offer fresh flowers and related products and services to consumers.

    Check out the videos here for the perfect floral arrangement for your next event!


    • Floral arrangements
    • Wedding flowers
    • Plants
    • Gifts
    • Get well & sympathy arrangements
    • Birthday arrangements
    • Anniversary & love
    • Same-day flower delivery
    • Online flower delivery
  • Food & Beverage Services
    Food Service

    This sector/industry specializes in the conceptualization, making, and delivery of food in restaurants, hotels, resorts, and casinos.

    There are five types of service styles: French, American, Russian, Indian, and English.


    • Restaurants
      • Casual
      • Fine dining
      • American
      • Italian
      • Vegetarian & vegan
      • Pubs
      • Chinese
      • Indian
      • Thai
      • Other
    • Wholesale & distribution: A vast global cargo network connects the numerous parts of the industry. These include suppliers, manufacturers, warehousers, transportation, retailers, and consumers.
    • Food processing: Food processing takes clean, harvested or slaughtered and butchered components and uses them to produce marketable food products.
    • Manufacturing
    • Grocery stores & supermarkets
      • Supermarket chains
      • Individual grocery stores, grocery markets, food marts
      • Specialized grocery stores (health-food stores, ethnic stores, etc.)
    • Farmers' markets: A farmers' market (also farmers market) is a physical retail market featuring foods sold directly by farmers to consumers. Farmers' markets typically consist of booths, tables or stands, outdoors or indoors, where farmers sell fruits, vegetables, meats, and sometimes prepared foods and beverages. They are distinguished from public markets, which are generally housed in permanent structures, open year-round, and offer a variety of non-farmer/producer vendors, packaged foods and non-food products. Farmers' markets exist worldwide and reflect their local culture and economy. Their size ranges from a few stalls to several city blocks. In some cultures, live animals, imported delicacies unavailable locally, and personal goods and crafts are sold.
    • Foodservice & catering: Catering is the business of providing food service at a remote site or a site such as a hotel, bar, or other location.
    • Regulation
    • Food & beverage manager jobs
    • Food & beverage solutions
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  • Funeral Arrangements

    In a time of loss, funeral flowers and gourmet sympathy gifts can provide a great deal of comfort to those who mourn. Gifts of fresh flowers and sympathy plants 1 beautify memorial services and provide a tangible reminder of your condolences for the bereaved. Florists' wide selections of floral arrangements allow you to choose the gifts that best express your heartfelt condolences.

  • Funeral Homes
    Funeral Homes

    Depending upon the wishes of the family and their specific needs concerning the death of their loved one, there are many activities our funeral home will take care of, from the time we are first called until the chosen services are concluded. No situation is exactly the same, but the following list is a brief summary of things a family should know about the services a funeral home (the funeral director and his staff) performs upon a person's death.

    The funeral home will. . .

    • Be on call to serve families when a death occurs, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year
    • Remove and transfer the deceased from the place of death (home, nursing home, hospital, etc.) to the funeral home; will also transport deceased to and from crematory if necessary
    • Perform professional care of the the deceased, as requested by the family, which may include washing, embalming, restorative art, dressing, casketing, hairdressing and cosmetology
    • Arrange a consultation with the family to gather information necessary for completing paperwork (certificate of death, etc.) and to arrange the details of the funeral service.
    • Formulate, complete and file of all necessary paperwork, including certificates of death, or other premits and authorizations; acquire a requested amount of certified copies of the certificate of death for the family
    • Compose, with the provided information, an obituary - including service information, biographical information and survivor information - and send to all newspapers requested by the family.
    • Offer assistance to the family by contacting the family's choice of clergy, other officiants, musicians and singers if requested, and will make arrangements with any special groups (military, fraternal, etc.) to be present at/participate in funeral services; will arrange for honorariums to be given to appropriate persons as requested by the family
    • Contact and arrange necessary details with the cemetery, crematory or other place of disposition, inquiring about fees, regulations and other requirements prior to funeral services
    • Help families with questions about veterans affairs, social security benefits, insurance claims and other related inquiries
    • Provide memorial products, which may include a register book, acknowledgement cards, thank-you cards, memorial folders, prayer cards and more, as requested by the family
    • Help families by arranging flowers, framed photos, photo collages and other memorial pieces in chapel during services and/or visitation; insure care of and return to family after the services
    • Direct the chosen funeral services in a professional manner, from visitation, to funeral service, to processional (if necessary), to disposition of remains (burial, cremation, etc.)
    • Assist the family with other arrangements that are needed after the service, including death dates added to existing monuments or purchase of new monuments
  • Furniture
  • Furniture
  • Furniture Purchase

    Furniture is the mass noun for the movable objects intended to support various human activities such as seating (e.g., chairs, stools and sofas) and sleeping (e.g., beds). Furniture is also used to hold objects at a convenient height for work (as horizontal surfaces above the ground, such as tables and desks), or to store things (e.g., cupboards and shelves). Furniture can be a product of design and is considered a form of decorative art. In addition to furniture's functional role, it can serve a symbolic or religious purpose. It can be made from many materials, including metal, plastic, and wood. Furniture can be made using a variety of woodworking joints that often reflect the local culture.

    A list of furniture types includes (subcategories):

    • Seating
      1. Single seat: chair (rocking chair, watchman's chair, Windsor chair, wingback chair), bean bag, chaise longue, ottoman, recliner, stool (bar stool, footstool, tuffet), fainting couch.
      2. Multiple seats: bench, couch (or sofa, or settee), Davenport, divan, loveseat.
    • Sleeping/lying
      1. Bed: bunk bed, canopy bed, four-poster bed, Murphy bed, platform bed, sleigh bed, waterbed, single bed, twin bed, full bed, queen bed, king bed.
      2. Daybed
      3. Futon
      4. Hammock
      5. Sofa bed
    • Surfaces
      1. Desk: computer desk, writing desk, kneehole desk
      2. Tables: coffee table, dining table, kitchen table, drop-leaf table, folding table, gateleg table, pedestal table, trestle table, harvest table, TV-tray table, end table, nightstand
    • Storage
      1. Baker's rack
      2. Bookcase
      3. Cabinets: closet, wardrobe or armoire, bathroom cabinets, kitchen cabinets, hutch, pantry, sideboard
      4. Chest of drawers or dresser
      5. Coat rack
      6. Filing cabinet
      7. Floating shelf
  • Furniture Repair

    Furniture repair is the work of taking a furniture part that has sustained some relatively minor damage and bringing it back to a condition where there is no longer any significant diminishment of either utility or beauty.

    Examples of repairs to a finish would include the removal of a watermark, filling or re-coloring a scratch or dent, or touching up a worn corner. The catalog of possible structural or mechanical repairs is virtually limitless. Common repairs include re-gluing chairs, rebuilding drawer runners or tracks, gluing loose veneer, rebuilding broken parts, replacing worn rubber webbing, rebuilding loose or broken bed rails, straightening warped or bowed wood, re-gluing the wood frames of upholstered items, rebuilding loose table extension slides, and much more.


  • Galleries

    Arts and crafts galleries are also knows as arts and crafts centers. These are places where craftspeople display their work.

  • Games & Sports

    Games can include card games (bridge games, poker, concentration, solitaire, gin rummy, hearts, whist) and board games (chess, checkers, mahjong, backgammon, Trivial Pursuit, Clue, Jenga, Monopoly, Pictionary, Taboo, War). Sports can include archery, basketball, climbing, baseball, cycling, combat sports (martial arts, wrestling), cue sports, golf, gymnastics, handball, ice sports, kite-flying, running, sailing, fishing, equine sports, snow sports, hockey, lacrosse, polo, aquatic sports (swimming, canoeing, kayaking, rafting, rowing, swimming, diving), weightlifting, tennis, track & field, windsports, and skating.

  • Garage & Yard Sales
    Garage and Yard Sale

    America's favorite Saturday-morning pastime! Whether you have stuff to sell or are looking to get more people to your sale, this is the place for you! Attract more buyers with a preview of what you'll be selling, and see what others in the area have for sale!

  • Garage Doors
    Windows and Doors

    Garage door sales, garage door service, and garage door installation videos are here.

    Residential garage doors include:

    • traditional steel garage doors
    • aluminum garage doors
    • wood garage doors
    • carriage style garage doors
    • fiberglass garage doors
    • vinyl garage doors
    • insulated garage doors.

    Commercial garage doors include:

    • service doors
    • counter doors
    • roll-up sheet doors
    • security grilles
  • Garbage and Trash

    What is the difference between Garbage and Trash?

    Some would say that garbage is your weekly household refuse (food, food containers, organic waste, clothing) and trash is yard refuse and junk items. Trash may include brush, bagged leaves and grass clippings generated by the resident.

    But the truth is that it's highly dependent on locale and culture. In some cities, trash and garbage must be separated; in others, not. Where they aren't separated the choice of terms is likely to be based on family background as much as anything.

    Trash more often has the meaning of something discarded, whereas garbage more often carries the meaning of true refuse, often food waste.

  • Garbage Removal Services

    Regardless of your garbage needs, one of the companies in these videos can provide a solution. From recurring pickups of recycling and trash to single-use dumpsters for larger projects, they will provide everything you need.

    • Residential Waste Collection: Curbside pickup for you regular garbage needs
    • Recycling Collection: Single stream recycling keeping recycling as easy as possible
    • Yard Waste: For projects in the garden, we have you covered on collection
    • Dumpster Rental: For all home and renovation projects that need something big
    • Extra Pickup: Got some extra trash? No problem. Just let us know
    • Convenience Sites: Need to drop off trash without pickup? We have just the place
  • Gardening

    Seasonal plantings, perennial care, terrace and container planting, structural and aesthetic pruning, garden design, garden restoration, garden installation, holiday gardens, garden consultation, ecological gardening services

  • Gardening Accessories

    Here you'll find everything you need for gardening: gardening gloves, plant pots, gardening tools, and more.

  • Gardens & Gardening
    Home and Garden

    Gardening is the practice of growing and cultivating plants as part of horticulture. In gardens, ornamental plants are often grown for their flowers, foliage, or overall appearance; useful plants, such as root vegetables, leaf vegetables, fruits, and herbs, are grown for consumption, for use as dyes, or for medicinal or cosmetic use. Gardening is considered to be a relaxing activity for many people.

    Whether you want an English cottage garden or just beautiful green grass, a couple of tomato plants or a full kitchen garden to feed your family, planting and maintaining a garden can be a lot of work! Here are some resources to help you:

  • Gas
  • General Packaging & Shipping Services

    (see also Moving & Shipping)

  • General Plumbing Services & Repair

    Plumbers are generally the people you need the most when you need them, so it's a good idea to check out these videos and determine whom to call ahead of time! Many will also do heating and septic, so check ahead of time.


    • General plumbing services & repair
    • New plumbing installation
    • HVAC
    • Septic services
    • Plumbing supplies
  • Generators

    Generators are useful appliances that supply electrical power during a power outage and prevent discontinuity of daily activities or disruption of business operations. Generators are available in different electrical and physical configurations for use in different applications.

  • Generators
  • Geological Engineering

    These videos will help you find geological engineers.

    Geological engineering is an interdisciplinary field in which principles of geoscience are used to solve engineering and environmental problems. It connects geology, civil engineering and other fields (e.g. mining, geography, forestry) to provide a versatile set of skills applicable to a wide range of contemporary problems.

    Geological engineering is the application of the earth sciences to human problems that relate to Earth and earth systems. It is a broad, interdisciplinary field with many specialty areas such as: Geotechnical site investigation for a variety of projects, rock and soil slope stability, Environmental site characterization and planning, Hydrogeology, groundwater studies and engineering. Natural and manmade hazard investigations. Exploration and development of fossil fuel and mineral deposits.

  • Geothermal Energy

    Geothermal energy is the heat from the Earth. It's clean and sustainable. Resources of geothermal energy range from the shallow ground to hot water and hot rock found a few miles beneath the Earth's surface, and down even deeper to the extremely high temperatures of molten rock called magma.

  • Ghostwriting

    A ghostwriter is a writer who authors books, manuscripts, screenplays, scripts, articles, blog posts, stories, reports, white papers, or other texts that are officially credited to another person.

  • Glass
  • Glass Services, Replacement Glass

    Different Glass Types

    • Tempered Glass: Tempered glass is a type of safety glass regularly used in applications in which standard glass could pose a potential danger.
    • Beveled Glass: The term "beveled glass" refers to the process of cutting the edges of a piece of glass to a specific angle and size in order to produce an elegant, framed look. This process leaves the glass thinner around the edges of the piece, while the large middle portion remains thicker. Beveling glass is normally applied to pieces where the glass serves as a focal point in the room.
    • Frosted Glass: Frosted Glass is an opaque, aesthetically attractive glass type. Shading is applied either in full or a design, which allows in light, but blurs the shape of items behind the glass pane
    • Low-Iron Glass: Low-Iron Glass provides the utmost visual clarity and true color representation for showing off your delicate bathroom tile and marble work.
    • Bronze Glass: Bronze tinted glass adds a dark coloration, similar to car window tint, but with a reflective bronze hue that acts as a colorful design-cue; ideal for both interior and exterior glass.
    • Grey Glass: The premier tinted glass type. This dark, silver-based tint looks grey and allows for less flow of light (reduced light transfer).
    • Acrylic Glass (Plexiglass): Versatile and lightweight, yet strong, acrylic lends itself to a wide variety of building and design applications. End products include: skylights, storm windows, shower stalls, partitions, lighting diffusers, railings, picture framing of every size, protective coverings for museum-quality art preservation, aquarium tanks, infrared windows, retail casing and displays, architectural and vehicle glazing, noise insulation, lenses, pediatric incubators, advertising displays, outdoor signs and more.
    • Polycarbonate Glass (Lexan): Tough, optically transparent and break-resistant, Lexan polycarbonate surpasses all other thermoplastics for glazing use, safety and strength.
    • Laminated Glass (Safety Glass): Laminated glass is considered a safety glass and is primarily used because of its safety, security and sound abatement characteristics.

    Different edge works available

    • Seamed Edge: After the glass tabletop is cut, the sharp edges are sanded to a dull surface, making the glass table top safe to handle.
    • Flat Polish Edge: The edges of the glass tabletop have been polished to a smooth shiny finish.
    • Pencil Polish Edge: Popular with circle or oval shapes, this side edge is rounded for a softer look.
    • Beveled Polish Edge: The edges of the glass are cut and polished at an angle with a specific bevel width. This process leaves the glass thinner around the edges and thicker in the center. The bevel width around the glass can range in size from 1/4" to 1 3/4" and is specified by you.
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  • Graphic Design

    Graphic design, also known as communication design, is the art and practice of planning and projecting ideas and experiences with visual and textual content. The form of the communication can be physical or virtual, and may include images, words, or graphic forms. The experience can take place in an instant or over a long period of time. The work can happen at any scale, from the design of a single postage stamp to a national postal signage system, or from a company's digital avatar to the sprawling and interlinked digital and physical content of an international newspaper. It can also be for any purpose, whether commercial, educational, cultural, or political.

    Design that's meant to be experienced in an instant is the easiest to recognize and has been around the longest. For over a hundred years, designers have arranged type, form, and image on posters, advertisements, packages, and other printed matter, as well as information visualizations and graphics for newspapers and magazines. Motion graphics are equally predetermined and crafted, but are meant to be experienced over a fixed time span, such as for the opening credits of a movie or an online video meant to accompany a newspaper article.

    The design of books and magazines also has a long history. Whether physical or digital, these are objects that are meant to be enjoyed over time, during which the reader has control over the pace and sequence of the experience. In books, the content usually comes before the design, while in magazines, the design is a structure that anticipates written and visual content that hasn't yet been created. Some commercial websites or exhibition catalogues also fit in this category, as do digital or physical museum displays that show information that doesn't change. All have fixed content, but the user or reader determines their own path through the material.

    Many designers also produce systems that are meant to be experienced over time, but aren't confined to the making of objects. Wayfinding, which is a form of environmental graphics, refers to the branding and signage applied throughout and on buildings. While each sign or symbol in a public or private building is a work of design, they're all part of a larger system within the building. The design of the system--the relationships between all of those parts--is where the designer brings value. Similarly, while all of the artifacts of a commercial or institutional brand, such as a business card, sign, logo, or an advertisement are individual expressions of design, how those are experienced together and over time is the design work. No part of it has been created without considering the others, or without thinking through how a target customer will encounter and then develop a relationship with that brand.

  • Graphics Specialist

    Multimedia artists and animators create special effects, animation, or other visual images using film, video, computers, or other electronic tools and media for use in products or creations, such as computer games, movies, music videos, and commercials.

  • Green Architecture Design

    Green or sustainable architecture seeks to minimize the negative environmental impact of buildings by efficiency and moderation in the use of materials, energy, and development space. Sustainable architecture uses a conscious approach to energy and ecological conservation in the design of the built environment. The idea of sustainability, or ecological design, is to ensure that actions and decisions don't inhibit the opportunities of future generations.

  • Green Technologies

    The term "technology" refers to the application of knowledge for practical purposes.

    The field of "green technology" encompasses a continuously evolving group of methods and materials, from techniques for generating energy to non-toxic cleaning products.

    The present expectation is that this field will bring innovation and changes in daily life of similar magnitude to the "information technology" explosion over the last two decades. In these early stages, it is impossible to predict what "green technology" may eventually encompass.

    The goals that inform developments in this rapidly growing field include:

    Sustainability - meeting the needs of society in ways that can continue indefinitely into the future without damaging or depleting natural resources. In short, meeting present needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.

    "Cradle to cradle" design - ending the "cradle to grave" cycle of manufactured products, by creating products that can be fully reclaimed or re-used.

    Source reduction - reducing waste and pollution by changing patterns of production and consumption.

    Innovation - developing alternatives to technologies - whether fossil fuel or chemical intensive agriculture - that have been demonstrated to damage health and the environment.

    Viability - creating a center of economic activity around technologies and products that benefit the environment, speeding their implementation and creating new careers that truly protect the planet

  • Guns & Ammo Auctions

    Favorite brands include: Sig Sauer, Remington, Springfield Handguns, Weatherby Shotguns, Browning rifles, Colt pistols, Remington 870, Beretta, Blaser, Bushmaster, Glock, Heckler & Koch, Mossberg, MP, Ruger, Smith & Wesson, and Springfield.

  • Gutters

    These videos include gutter sales, gutter cleaning services, and gutter maintenance services.

    An inch of rainfall doesn't sound like much. But when it falls on an average-size roof, it adds up to a 1,900-gallon torrent sluicing off the eaves. That's an awful lot of water that can cause an awful lot of damage if your gutters aren't up to the task of controlling it. Yet we barely give gutters a second thought until they're clogged and overflowing, or ripped from their moorings by ice and snow. Maybe a simple cleaning is all your gutters need, or maybe they need to be replaced altogether.

    If you're starting fresh, there is a veritable deluge of shapes, sizes, and materials to choose from. Aside from pricey, maintenance-heavy wood troughs and short-lived vinyl ones, the best option for most of us is metal--elegant copper, understated zinc, rugged steel, or affordable aluminum. Metal gutters are durable and need relatively little care.

  • Gymnastics

    Need a gymnastics class? How about costumes for gymnastics? You can find videos to help you here!

    Gymnastics is a sport, in which athletes (called gymnasts), perform acrobatic feats -- leaps, flips, turns, handstands, and more -- on a piece of apparatus, such as a balance beam, or with a piece of apparatus, like a rope or ribbon.

    The formal definition of gymnastics, according to the dictionary, is "a competitive sport in which individuals perform optional and prescribed acrobatic feats mostly on special apparatus in order to demonstrate strength, balance, and body control."

    What are the different types of gymnastics?

    There are three types of gymnastics currently in the Olympics: artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, and trampoline. Artistic gymnastics is the most commonly-known type.

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    Hair Care

    Hair care is an overall term for parts of hygiene and cosmetology involving the hair on the human head. Hair care will differ according to one's hair type and according to various processes that can be applied to hair. All hair is not the same; hair is a manifestation of human diversity.

  • Hairdressers

    A hairdresser is someone who specializes in cutting, coloring and styling hair in order to enhance or maintain a person's appearance. Hairdressers are also referred to as hairstylists.

    Hairdressing is a reputable and well-established career that is attractive to many because of its high demand and flexibility of operations. A hairdresser can work as an employee of a salon or as an independent contractor. Hairdressers can be either male or female, and are not gender stereotyped, although barbers are still considered to be mostly male. Most hairdressers have a broad range of skills, but some specialize in processes and techniques such as:

    • Hair Colouring and Dyes
    • Artificial Hair Extensions and Weaves
    • Chemical Relaxing and Straightening
    • Perms
    • Hair Plugs
    • Wig Styling
    • Braiding
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  • HDD Players

    An HDD media player (aka hard disk drive media player) is a portable device that plugs into your home entertainment system. At even their most basic level, media players can store and play all your digital content, including movies, TV shows, music, photos and more. The device comes with an inbuilt computer hard drive that lets you keep your entire entertainment library on the player iteself. You are also able to plug in other media storage devices, so you will never run out of space on your digital media player.

  • Health

    (see also Medical & Nutrition)

    How do you stay healthy? Eating right and getting enough exercise are good ways to take care of yourself.

    Physical exercise is any bodily activity that enhances or maintains physical fitness and overall health and wellness: it strengthens muscles and the cardiovascular system, improves athletic skills, helps with weight loss or maintenance, and is also done for pure pleasure. Frequent and regular physical exercise boosts the immune system and helps prevent heart disease, cardiovascular disease, Type-2 diabetes, and obesity. It may also help prevent depression, help to promote or maintain positive self-esteem, improve mental health generally, and can augment an individual's sex appeal or body image, which has been found to be linked with higher levels of self-esteem.

    One way to make sure that you get enough exercise and the right kind of exercise is by working with a personal trainer who can assess your current health status, help you define fitness and health goals, and create a program to meet those goals.

    But how can you tell what a personal trainer will be like when you can only see their ad in the newspaper? How can you show off the warmth and support of your approach as a personal trainer through a paragraph? In both cases, video is the answer! Check out trainers, equipment, gyms, and supplements here.

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  • Health Insurance

    Health insurance is a type of insurance coverage that covers the cost of an insured individual's medical and surgical expenses. Depending on the type of health insurance coverage, either the insured pays costs out-of-pocket and is then reimbursed, or the insurer makes payments directly to the provider.
    In health insurance terminology, the "provider" is a clinic, hospital, doctor, laboratory, health care practitioner, or pharmacy. The "insured" is the owner of the health insurance policy; the person with the health insurance coverage.
    In countries without universal health care coverage, such as the USA, health insurance is commonly included in employer benefit packages and seen as an employment perk.

    Broadly speaking there are two types of health insurance:

    • Private health insurance - the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) says that the US health care system is heavily reliant on private health insurance. 58% of Americans have some kind of private health insurance coverage.
    • Public (government) health insurance - for this type to be called insurance, premiums need to be collected, even though the coverage is provided by the state. Therefore, the National Health Service (NHS) in the United Kingdom is not a type of health insurance - even though it provides free medical services for its citizens, it does not collect premiums - it is a type of universal health coverage.
      Examples of public health insurance in the USA is Medicare, which is a national federal social insurance program for people aged 65+ years as well as disabled people, and Medicaid which is funded jointly by the federal government and individual states (and run by individual states), SCHIP which is aimed at children and families who cannot afford private insurance, but to not qualify for Medicaid. Other public health insurance programs in the USA include TRICARE, the Veterans Health Administration, and the Indian Health Service.
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  • Heating and Cooling, HVAC

    The heating and cooling system, sometimes referred to as the HVAC system, is one of the most important parts of your home. HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning, the three main functions of a home comfort system. A complete system can control air temperature, humidity and fresh air intake and maintain the quality of the air in your home.

    Most of us take heating and cooling for granted. We expect our heating systems to keep us warm during the winter, and we depend on air-conditioning to keep us cool during the summer. All heating and cooling units burn fuel. Air conditioners use electricity. Most home heating systems use gas or fuel oil; other systems use electricity. The heat pump -- an electrically powered climate control unit -- both heats and cools air. In summer it extracts heat from the air inside your home. In winter it pulls heat from the air outside and uses this heat to warm the air inside.

    When the furnace is turned on, it consumes the fuel that powers it, whether it be gas, oil, or electricity. As fuel is burned, heat is produced and channeled to the living areas of your home through ducts, pipes, or wires and then is blown out of registers, radiators, or heating panels. Older systems use the heat they produce to heat water, which in turn heats the air in your home. These systems use a boiler to store and heat the water supply, which is then circulated as hot water through pipes embedded in the wall, floor, or ceiling.

    When an air conditioner is turned on, electrical power is used to cool a gas in a coil to its liquid state. Warm air in your home is cooled by contact with the cooling coil, and this cooled air is channeled to the rooms of your home through ducts and out registers or -- in the case of room air conditioners -- directly from the unit itself.

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  • Historical Renovation

    Adaptive reuse refers to the process of reusing an old site or building for a purpose other than which it was built or designed for. Historic preservation preserves, conserves, and protects buildings, objects, landscapes or other artifacts of historical significance, referring specifically to the preservation of the built environment.

  • Hobbies

    Watching TV, gardening, sewing, cooking, dance, drama, digital arts, calligraphy, candle-making, embroidery, flower arranging, foreign languages, glassblowing, genealogy, puzzles, juggling, knitting, leather crafts, painting, origami, sculpting, pottery, pets, beekeeping, bird watching, flying, boating, horseback riding, photography, paintball, scuba diving, skydiving, rock climbing, rappelling, swimming, urban exploration.

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  • Home Appliances

    Home appliances are electrical/mechanical machines that accomplish household functions. Home appliances are used to for cooking, cleaning, washing, laundry and various other functions carried out in every home.

    • Major appliances: these videos cover refrigerators, kitchen makeovers, outdoor kitchens, and more.
    • Small appliances: toasters, blenders, hand-vacs, microwave ovens, toaster ovens, food processors, etc.
    • Consumer electronics: audio equipment, audio players, Blu-ray disc players, calculators, compact disc players, personal computing products, ebook readers, GPS navigational devices for cars, handheld GPS navigational devices, digital media players, electronic toys, radio receivers, mobile phones, smartphones, televisions, home automation, DVD players
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    • Appliance disposal services: How to get rid of old, broken, and unwanted appliances safely.
  • Home Energy
    Home Energy

    Homeowners can save energy while improving their home's comfort level by adopting energy-efficient building practices. Substantial savings are possible whether building a new home, renovating an existing one, or simply updating some features to improve your home's efficiency. At the same time, homeowners can use green power for their home to reduce further their consumption of energy from fossil fuels and lower their carbon footprint. Energy efficiency and green power are two ways to go green in your home.

    While a tailored audit for your home will provide specific recommendations to improve your home, there are key areas of the home that are common trouble spots and frequently contribute to a home's poor energy performance.

    Seal and Insulate

    Your home's envelope - the outer walls, ceilings, windows, doors and floors - may be letting too much air into or out of the home. Hidden gaps and cracks in a home can create as much airflow as an open window, and can cause your heating and cooling systems to work harder. Sealing coupled with insulating your home's shell is often the most cost effective way to improve energy efficiency and comfort.

    Windows can also account for a significant percentage of your heating bill in the winter, as cold air can infiltrate into the home through leaky windows and warm air escapes, making your heating system run more. And during the summer, your air conditioner must work harder to cool hot air from sunny windows. If you are replacing or installing windows, doors or skylights, you can reduce energy costs by installing energy-efficient windows, doors, and skylights in your home.

    Heat and Cool Efficiently

    A programmable thermostat saves energy and can help make your home more comfortable.

    Annual maintenance is a must for a well performing heating and cooling system. Clean your filter regularly and schedule annual maintenance by a qualified contractor. Learn how to properly install and use a programmable thermostat to save energy.

    In houses with forced-air heating and cooling systems, ducts distribute conditioned air throughout the house. In a typical house, however, about 20 percent of the air that moves through the duct system is lost due to leaks and poorly sealed connections. The result is higher utility bills and difficulty keeping the house comfortable, no matter how the thermostat is set. Sealing those leaks in the ducts is a must to get better performance from your heating and cooling system. In addition, insulating ducts in unconditioned spaces that get especially hot in summer or cold in winter (such as attics, garages, or crawlspaces) can save significant energy.

    If you are looking for new heating or cooling equipment, look for equipment labeled ENERGY STAR. Replacing your old heating and cooling equipment with new, energy-efficient models is a great start. But to make sure that you get the best performance, the new equipment must be properly installed. In fact, improper installation can reduce system efficiency by up to 30 percent - costing you more on your utility bills and possibly shortening the equipment's life. For specific steps to heat and cool efficiently, follow this link to ENERGY STAR's heat and cool efficiently page and download the Guide to Energy Efficient Heating and Cooling.

    Ground Source Heat Pumps

    The Earth's heat, called geothermal energy, constantly flows outward from its core and can provide a useful supplement for heating and cooling. Unfortunately, many people think you have to live over a hotspring, a geyser or some other intense source of geothermal heat to be able to make use of this source, but this is far from the truth.

    You can use geothermal energy-no matter where you live in the United States-to heat and cool your home by using a ground-source heat pump

    Heat/Cool Portions of Your Home

    Heating and cooling only those portions of your house that you use, is one way to heat and cool more efficiently. This can reduce fuel consumption, conserve energy and save you dollars while maintaining comfort. However, in using this strategy there can be potential negative side effects that must be avoided. If there are areas of your house you don't need to use often, you can close vents and air registers to them and direct the heating or cooling to the portions of the home where you spend most of your time. Homes with central heating and cooling can benefit the most from this technique. For example, during the winter consider directing more of the heat to the family or living room if that is where you spend most of your time. If rooms are not used, you can close air registers and doors and confine heated or cooled air to the areas where you need it most. Note in winter, that the cooler parts of your home will still need to be heated to above freezing to avoid freezing pipes. Also, with some HVAC systems, especially those that are already high- performance, efficient systems, closing too many vents or registers may imbalance the entire heating and cooling system and actually make the system run less efficiently. In addition, moisture problems need to be avoided where certain rooms or areas of a house are not getting dehumidified air.

    Fresh Air Cooling Strategies

    Providing fresh air flow into a house is a low-cost and potentially energy-efficient way to cool a home and maintain good indoor air quality. In good weather, natural ventilation (when air moves through windows or doors) can suffice for cooling. On some days, the air temperature at night is pleasantly cool and letting this air into the house during the night can significantly cool down a house after a warm day. However, there will be times when it is too hot or humid, or pollen levels are very high, and this will not be effective and air conditioning may be necessary. In addition, it is important to make sure windows are closed when they need to be, such as in storms and blowing rain, and if air conditioning is finally used, that the house is closed up tightly for maximum efficiency. It makes no sense to air condition (or heat) a house with a window open! Given this, fresh air cooling takes some attention and diligence to do it right. Natural fresh air ventilation can also be supplemented by a number of low-energy mechanical ventilation devices that can help. These include:

    • Ceiling fans are a useful alternative to help keep you cool while reducing or eliminating the need to use air conditioning. Typically a ceiling fan consumes much less electricity than does a central air conditioner. A ceiling fan doesn't cool or de-humidify a room - it only cools you through a wind-chill effect against your skin. Ceiling fans are also inexpensive to purchase. Make sure, however, to turn your fan off when you leave the room. If you are not there to feel the cooling air movement on your skin, continuing to operate the fan only wastes energy.
    • Window fans can also help to cool down your house in lieu of running your central air conditioning. A box fan, or other type, placed in an open window can blow cooler outside air into a room, or set in reverse, can draw cool air in through other windows and throughout the entire house. This, of course, is best done when the air outside has cooled down, such as in the evening, yet the air inside the house is still warm. Humidity conditions, pollen, dust and other factors will need to be considered when using this approach. A window fan, or portal box fan or fan on a stand can also be used in a fashion similar to a ceiling fan to blow air against your skin to create a wind chill cooling effect.
    • Whole house fans help cool your home by pulling cool air through the house and exhausting warm air out of the house. Typically these are very large fans installed by professionals in the attic of a home. They are most effective when operated at night and when the outside air is cooler than inside. However, allowing them to continue to run when outdoor temperatures are hotter than indoors, defeats the purpose and will waste energy. Again, humidity conditions, pollen, dust and other factors will need to be considered when deciding to use this approach.
  • Home Health Care

    Home health care is a wide range of health care services that can be given in your home for an illness or injury. Home health care is usually less expensive, more convenient, and just as effective as care you get in a hospital or skilled nursing facility (SNF).

    Examples of skilled home health services include:

    • Wound care for pressure sores or a surgical wound
    • Patient and caregiver education
    • Intravenous or nutrition therapy
    • Injections
    • Monitoring serious illness and unstable health status

    The goal of home health care is to treat an illness or injury. Home health care helps you get better, regain your independence, and become as self-sufficient as possible.

    What should I expect from my home health care?

    • Doctor's orders are needed to start care. Once your doctor refers you for home health services, the home health agency will schedule an appointment and come to your home to talk to you about your needs and ask you some questions about your health.
    • The home health agency staff will also talk to your doctor about your care and keep your doctor updated about your progress.
    • It's important that home health staff see you as often as the doctor ordered.

    Examples of what the home health staff should do include:

    • Check what you're eating and drinking.
    • Check your blood pressure, temperature, heart rate, and breathing.
    • Check that you're taking your prescription and other drugs and any treatments correctly.
    • Ask if you're having pain.
    • Check your safety in the home.
    • Teach you about your care so you can take care of yourself.
    • Coordinate your care. This means they must communicate regularly with you, your doctor, and anyone else who gives you care.
  • Home Improvement
    Kitchen and Bath

    Home improvement, home renovation or remodeling is the process of renovating or making additions to one's home. Building materials and hardware for home improvement projects are typically purchased at home improvement stores.

    Home improvement projects can involve carpeting, construction, do-it-yourself projects, home innovations, creating a home office, creating a home style, adding a room, building a porch or deck, painting a room... anything that increases your home's value and fits into your lifestyle.

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    Home Inspection

    Home inspections will vary depending on the type of property you are purchasing. A large historic home, for example, will require a more specialized inspection than a small condominium. However, the following are the basic elements that a home inspector will check. You can also use this list to help you evaluate properties you might purchase.

    Structure: A home's skeleton impacts how the property stands up to weather, gravity, and the earth. Structural components, including the foundation and the framing, should be inspected.

    Exterior: The inspector should look at sidewalks, driveways, steps, windows, and doors. A home's siding, trim, and surface drainage also are part of an exterior inspection.

    • Doors and windows
    • Siding (brick, stone, stucco, vinyl, wood, etc.)
    • Driveways/sidewalks
    • Attached porches, decks, and balconies

    Roofing: A well-maintained roof protects you from rain, snow, and other forces of nature. Take note of the roof's age, conditions of flashing, roof draining systems (pooling water), buckled shingles, loose gutters and downspouts, skylight, and chimneys.

    Plumbing: Thoroughly examine the water supply and drainage systems, water heating equipment, and fuel storage systems. Drainage pumps and sump pumps also fall under this category. Poor water pressure, banging pipes, rust spots, or corrosion can indicate problems.

    Electrical: Safe electrical wiring is essential. Look for the condition of service entrance wires, service panels, breakers and fuses, and disconnects. Also take note of the number of outlets in each room.

    Heating: The home's heating system, vent system, flues, and chimneys should be inspected. Look for age of water heater, whether the size is adequate for the house, speed of recovery, and energy rating.

    Air Conditioning: Your inspector should describe your home cooling system, its energy source, and inspect the central and through-wall cooling equipment. Consider the age and energy rating of the system.

    Interiors: An inspection of the inside of the home can reveal plumbing leaks, insect damage, rot, construction defects, and other issues. An inspector should take a close look at:

    • Walls, ceilings and floors
    • Steps, stairways, and railings
    • Countertops and cabinets
    • Garage doors and garage door systems

    Ventilation/insulation: To prevent energy loss, check for adequate insulation and ventilation in the attic and in unfinished areas such as crawlspaces. Also look for proper, secured insulation in walls. Insulation should be appropriate for the climate. Excess moisture in the home can lead to mold and water damage.

    Fireplaces: They're charming, but they could be dangerous if not properly installed. Inspectors should examine the system, including the vent and flue, and describe solid fuel burning appliances.

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  • Home Repairs

    Home repair involves the diagnosis and resolution of problems in a home, and is related to home maintenance to avoid such problems. Many types of repairs are "do it yourself" (DIY) projects, while others may be so complicated, time-consuming or risky as to suggest the assistance of a qualified handyman, property manager, contractor/builder, or other professionals. Repair is not necessarily the same as home improvement, although many improvements can result from repairs or maintenance. Often the costs of larger repairs will justify the alternative of investment in full-scale improvements. It may make just as much sense to upgrade a home system (with an improved one) as to repair it or incur ever-more-frequent and expensive maintenance for an inefficient, obsolete or dying system.

  • Home Security

    Home Security describes both measures that prevent or deter attackers from accessing a home, resource, or information stored on physical media and guidance on how to design structures to resist various hostile acts1. It can be as simple as a locked door, alarm system or as elaborate as multiple layers of armed security guards and guardhouse placement.

    Generally home security consists of different kinds of cameras and sensors placed throughout your home. The security system is activated by the home owner and if while activated someone else causes one of the sensors to be tripped then the alarm goes off or the alarm system dials out through the phone line and notifies the security company.

    Home security systems have been around for a long time. You see the security system stickers in windows and on signs in the front yard, hoping to keep any would-be burglars from even attempting to break into your home.

  • Home Security Systems

    All home security systems work on the same basic principle of securing entry points, like doors and windows, as well as interior space containing valuables like art, computers, and coin collections. Regardless of the size of your home, or the number of doors and windows or interior rooms a homeowner decides to protect, the only real difference is in the number of security components deployed throughout the home and monitored by the control panel.

  • Home Theater System

    Until recently, the best way to watch a movie was to go to a movie theater. The introduction of VCRs made it easy to rent or buy movies and watch them at home, but TVs just didn't compare to movie theaters' huge screens and surround-sound systems. Not only did TVs have comparatively tiny screens and lower quality speakers, formatting a movie to fit the screen got rid of a substantial part of the picture.

    Now, more and more people are turning their ordinary TV rooms into home theaters. This used to involve a projector and a screen, and it was too expensive for most people to afford. But advances in technology have given people more choices for home theater setups, and some people find that a home theater is quieter and more convenient than a movie theater -- and the picture and sound are great.

    If you're looking for a home theater system, you have a lot of decisions ahead of you.

    To build a home theater, then, you need to recreate these elements. At the bare minimum, you need:

    • A large-screen television (at least 27 inches across, measured diagonally) with a clear picture
    • At least four speakers
    • Equipment for splitting up the surround-sound signal and sending it to the speakers
    • Something that plays or broadcasts movies in surround sound, preferably with a clear picture

    And, of course, you'll need a room where you can arrange all this stuff.

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  • Homestays

    An alternative to paying for accommodations is to do a home exchange with someone who lives in a place you'd like to visit. There are a number of companies that facilitate this process.

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  • Hospice Care

    Hospice care is a specialized care designed to provide support to you and your loved ones during an advanced illness. Hospice care focuses on comfort and quality of life, rather than cure. The goal of hospice care is to enable you to have an alert, pain-free life ... to live each day as fully as possible. Hospice care affirms life and views death as a natural process.

    Hospice is there for you, providing compassionate care and knowledgeable guidance every step of the journey. Experienced physicians, nurses and other professional caregivers offer personalized choices for where you can receive care, up-to-date approaches to pain and symptom management, and peace of mind to help you live better with your illness.

  • Hospitals

    Hospitals play an important role in the health care system. They are health care institutions that have an organized medical and other professional staff, and inpatient facilities, and deliver medical, nursing and related services 24 hours per day, seven days per week.

    Hospitals offer a varying range of acute, convalescent and terminal care using diagnostic and curative services in response to acute and chronic conditions arising from diseases as well as injuries and genetic anomalies. In doing so they generate essential information for research, education and management.

    Traditionally oriented on individual care, hospitals are increasingly forging closer links with other parts of the health sector and communities in an effort to optimize the use of resources for the promotion and protection of individual and collective health status.

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    Hot Rods

    Hot rods are typically old, classic American cars with large engines modified for linear speed. The origin of the term "hot rod" is unclear. A possible origin includes replacement of the camshaft with a new ("hotter") version, sometimes known as a hot stick or hot rod. Roadsters were the cars of choice because they were light, easy to modify, and available inexpensively. The term became commonplace in the 1930s or 1940s as the name of a car that had been "hopped up" by modifying the engine in various ways to achieve higher performance. The term has broadened to apply to other items that are "souped up" for a particular purpose, such as "hot-rodded amplifier."

  • Hotels

    An establishment must have a minimum of six letting bedrooms, at least three of which must have attached (ensuite) private bathroom facilities, in order to be called a hotel. Although hotels are classified into star categories (one-star to five-stars), there's no standard for the ratings and compliance is voluntary. Hotels usually also provide other amenities: restaurant, swimming pool, spa, meeting facilities, etc.

  • Hotels & Hospitality

    A hotel provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. Facilities provided may range from a basic bed and storage for clothing to luxury features like ensuite bathrooms. Larger hotels may provide additional guest facilities. Hotel rooms are usually numbered (or named in some inns and B&Bs) to allow guests to identify their room. Some hotels offer meals as part of a room and board arrangement.

  • Housekeeping

    Housekeeping refers to the management of duties and chores involved in the running of a household, such as cleaning, cooking, home maintenance, shopping, laundry and bill pay. These tasks may be performed by any of the household members, or by other persons hired to perform these tasks.

    Basics of housekeeping include:


    Keeping and caring for a home does involve some cleaning. Most home cleaning tasks are divided into one of three categories, maintenance cleaning, thorough cleaning, and seasonal cleaning. To be successful at the cleaning part of housekeeping, it is essential to choose the right supplies, and develop a schedule. Once you have these two down, the rest will fall right into place.


    To really keep your home in the best shape, some organizational strategies will be needed. To keep your home organized, you'll need to be aware of clutter control, storage issues, and filing needs. These three areas create the most organizational issues in a home. Organizing is a vital part of housekeeping, because no matter how clean your home is, or how well decorated, a cluttered home seems poorly kept.


    Decorating is a necessary component of housekeeping. Decorating allows you to personalize your home for yourself and your family.

    Basic Home Repair

    Occasionally, one of the components of housekeeping will include minor repairs to your home. Whether you do these yourself, or supervise the completion of work by someone else, maintaining your home includes occasional repairs.

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  • Human Security

    Human security holds that a people-centered, multi-disciplinary understanding of security involving a number of research fields, including development studies, international relations, strategic studies, and human rights.

  • Hunting

    Here's where you'll find supplies and gear for hunting, as well as hunting lessons.

    As hunting is no longer a necessary means for survival, its presence in our society is under scrutiny. While some want to maintain the time-honored tradition, others want to see a pastime they feel is unfair restricted by law. Hunting has evolved into a sport and gained a fan base and an opposition. Those who enjoy the sport can find its positive attributes, but anti-hunting organizations see it as cruel treatment of animals.

    When sport hunting -- with the use of a gun or bow -- the individual goal is usually a trophy. Trophies include pelts, heads, antlers or other body part of the game. Parts are sent to a taxidermist, who cleans, stuffs and preserves the remnants into the trophies we often see mounted in lodges and homes across the country.

    Hunters say that they see the sport as a tradition that tests their skills and abilities. To a hunter, it isn't about the act of killing but rather survival and outwitting their prey. To be truly successful, a hunter studies its prey and learns its behaviors, habits and tracks. The hunter must also understand his equipment and know how to use it proficiently.

    Those who support sport hunting also emphasize the fact that they pay to participate in this pastime. Each year, hunters must purchase hunting licenses and even pay to hunt on the specific land they'd like to explore. Their money goes to the state for land and habitat conservation. Not only do hunters believe that their money is going to a good cause, but also that the act of hunting is in the name of conservation. By lowering the number of an overpopulated species, hunters take the strain off nature, which would slowly become depleted of food sources and shelter for the animals. Population control is said to ensure a quicker, less painful death than starvation or disease.

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  • HVAC

    HVAC is an acronym for heating, ventilation and air conditioning. It refers to the different systems, machines and technologies used in indoor settings such as homes, offices and hallways, and transportation systems that need environmental regulation to improve comfort. For example, HVAC technicians would be hired to create the ideal environment in a subway or bus. They would also be hired to repair and install heating and air-conditioning systems in a new home that was being built, or to regulate the humidity level of an office.

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    Hybrid bicycles: Hybrid bikes are a compromise between mountain and racing style bicycles. They have a light frame, medium-gauge wheels, and derailleur gearing.


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    Ice Cream

    Ice cream and frozen yogurt are nutritious foods providing high-quality protein, riboflavin (B2), calcium and other essential vitamins and minerals. The calorie and fat contents of these dairy foods vary depending on the type of milk used and the addition of cream, egg yolk solids or sweetening agents. Sherbet contains less fat, protein, calcium and vitamins than ice cream. However, their calorie content may be similar due to sherbet's higher sugar content. Refer to the Nutrition Facts panel on product labels for the nutritional contents of ice cream, sherbet and frozen yogurt.

    Ice cream is a mixture of milk, cream, sugar, and sometimes other ingredients, that has been frozen into a soft, creamy delight using special techniques. Ice cream has been a popular treat for hundreds of years, but only become common place since the wide spread use of refrigeration. The exploding popularity of ice cream has led to a number of ice cream variations including frozen custard, frozen yogurt, and even non-dairy versions made with ingredients like coconut milk.

  • Immigration Law

    Immigration law refers to national government policies control the phenomenon of immigration and deportation to their the legal status of people, in matters such as citizenship. Immigration laws vary from country to country, as well as according to the political climate of the times, as sentiments may sway from the widely inclusive to the deeply exclusive of new immigrants.

    Immigration law regarding the citizens of a country is regulated by international law. The United Nations International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights mandates that all countries allow entry to its own citizens.

    Certain countries may maintain rather strict laws which regulate both the right of entry and internal rights, such as the duration of stay and the right to participate in government. Most countries have laws which designate a process for naturalization, by which immigrants may become citizens.

  • Income insurance

    Income insurance (income protection insurance) is an insurance policy paying benefits to policyholders who are incapacitated and hence unable to work due to illness or accident. It sometimes is part of disability insurance.

  • Industrial

    Intensive farming or intensive agriculture also known as industrial agriculture is characterized by a low fallow ratio and higher use of inputs such as capital and labour per unit land area. (This is in contrast to traditional agriculture in which the inputs per unit land are lower.)

    Today, the majority of American farmland is dominated by industrial agriculture--the system of chemically intensive food production developed in the decades after World War II, featuring enormous single-crop farms and animal production facilities. Back then, industrial agriculture was hailed as a technological triumph that would enable a skyrocketing world population to feed itself. Today, a growing chorus of agricultural experts--including farmers as well as scientists and policymakers--sees industrial agriculture as a dead end, a mistaken application to living systems of approaches better suited for making jet fighters and refrigerators.

  • Industrial
    Machining and Milling
  • Industrial
  • Industrial Architecture

    The architecture of commercial and public buildings remained indistinguishable from domestic houses in the pre-Industrial Revolution era. The only differentiator was size, with buildings that served the needs of commerce and industry bigger in size to accommodate more people than dwelling houses could.

    With the industrial revolution heralding machines and mass production, commercial and industrial establishments began to depend more on machines and processes, and soon commercial spaces such as stores, banks, factories, warehouses, and other places began to take a distinct structure, feature, and layout to accommodate such machinery and processes. Industrial Architecture is the branch of architecture that caters to such distinct buildings that meet the needs of commerce and industry, and industrial architects apply their knowledge of architecture to design and create such spaces.

    Types of industrial buildings include:

    • Brewery
    • Distillery
    • Drilling rig
    • Factory
    • Forge
    • Foundry
    • Gristmill
    • Mine
    • Power plant
    • Refinery
    • Sawmill
    • Warehouse
  • Industrial Warehouse Solutions

    A warehouse is a commercial building for storage of goods. Warehouses are used by manufacturers, importers, exporters, wholesalers, transport businesses, customs, etc. They are usually large plain buildings in industrial areas of cities.

  • Injection Molding
  • Inns

    Inns generally have between one and 10 guest rooms and are often located in the country. Breakfast may or may not be served and may or may not be included in the room's cost.

  • Installation
  • Installation & Repair

    Telecommunications installation and repair workers install, test, maintain and repair telephones, telephone switching equipment and telecommunications equipment related to transmission and processing of voice, video signals and other data over a variety of media including fibre optics, microwave, radio and satellite.

    Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers, also known as telecom technicians, set up and maintain devices or equipment that carry communications signals, connect to telephone lines, or access the Internet.

    Telecommunications equipment installers and repairers generally work in climate-controlled central offices or electronic service centers. They also work in the homes and offices of customers. Some technicians must travel frequently to installation and repair sites. Most technicians work full time.

    Examples of Occupational Titles

    • apprentice communication electrician - switching
    • cellular telephone technician
    • central office technician
    • communication technician, telephone
    • exchange tester - telecommunications
    • line and station installer, telephone
    • mobile radio installer
    • private branch exchange (PBX) installer
    • switch network installer and repairer
    • telecommunications equipment technician
    • telephone installer
  • Institutional
  • Insulation
  • Insulation
  • Insurance

    Insurance is the transfer of the risk of a loss from one entity to another, in exchange for money. It is a form of risk management primarily used to hedge against the risk of a contingent, uncertain loss. An insurer, or insurance carrier, is selling the insurance; the insured, or policyholder, is the person or entity buying the insurance policy.

  • Insurance
  • Insurance
  • Intellectual Property Infringement Investigation

    IP infringement is robbing people of their ideas, inventions, and creative expressions--what's called intellectual property--everything from trade secrets and proprietary products and parts to movies and music and software.

    It's a growing threat--especially with the rise of digital technologies and Internet file sharing networks. And much of the theft takes place overseas, where laws are often lax and enforcement more difficult. All told, intellectual property theft costs U.S. businesses billions of dollars a year and robs the nation of jobs and lost tax revenues.

  • Interior Design
    Interior Decoration

    An interior designer coordinates and manages the interior of the architect's project. Interior design is a multifaceted profession that includes conceptual development, communicating with the client and the architect, and the management and execution of the design.

  • International Foods

    International cuisine refers to the foods that are common in certain countries. For instance, bulkoki is a traditional Korean beef dish. Bulkoki would be considered international cuisine in Italy, where dishes like angel hair pasta with feta cheese, tomatoes and biscotti are common. Some of the most popular international cuisines include masala dosa, seafood paella and som tam. Masala dosa is an Indian dish and is a crepe made from rice flour. The crepe is filled with spicy mashed potatoes and dipped in coconut chutney, pickles or a tomato-based sauce. Seafood paella comes from Spain and is a mixture of seafood such as shrimp, cuttlefish and lobster combined with rice and herbs. Som Tam is the most popular salad in Thailand and consists of green beans and green papaya flavored with ingredients such as fish sauce, peanuts, lime and dried shrimp.

  • Internet video commercials
  • Investing
  • Invitations

    Printers can give you the best possible wedding invitations, party invitations, etc. Design them yourself or use design services, and then give them to one of the printers whose videos you can see here.

  • Iron art creations
  • IT Consultants

    An IT consultant works in partnership with clients, advising them how to use information technology in order to meet their business objectives or overcome problems. They work to improve the structure and efficiency of IT systems in various organizations.

    Here are some guidelines for hiring an IT consultant:

    1. Working with an IT consultant should feel collaborative. Your success is their success.
    2. Records and documentation are of primary importance. If it's not documented, it doesn't exist. If your "computer guy" (whether that be an employee or a consultant) is hit by a bus today, how much do you know about your own systems? However, proper documentation takes time to complete and should not be expected to be done for free.
    3. Research is part of the business. No single human can know everything all the time.
    4. Use experts. In this way, a good IT consultant is also like a general contractor, knowing when to bring in outside help.


  • Jet skis
  • Jewelry

    Jewelry consists of small decorative items worn for personal adornment, such as brooches, rings, necklaces, earrings, and bracelets. Jewelry may be attached to the body or the clothes, and the term is restricted to durable ornaments, excluding flowers for example. For many centuries metal, often combined with gemstones, has been the normal material for jewelry, but other materials such as shells and other plant materials may be used.

    Diamonds are still a girl's best friend, but there are plenty of other accessories to catch the light--and the eye. Jewelry is best seen against skin, not in a glass case, and with VideoAdds that's how you can show off what you have to sell and view what you want to buy... on a real person!

  • Jewelry
  • Jewelry Appraisal

    When you obtain a jewelry appraisal or report, you have the right to expect a professional treatment. Look for an appraiser who provides you with:

    1) An estimate fee that is not based on the final appraisal value of your jewelry.

    2) A professionally executed appraisal or report that uses the methodology warranted by the purpose of the appraisal.

    3) A clearly explained description of any grading system used for evaluating either diamonds or gemstones, in language you understand.

    4) A statement of total value, applied to the appraisal report in a manner that cannot be altered, such as with a seal.

    5) A clear explanation of the appraisal or report's limitation of use. (For example, an appraisal performed for insurance purposes can be used for that purpose only.)

    6) A courteous and respectful discussion, during which any questions you have are answered.

    The value assigned to jewelry can vary depending on the function of the appraisal or report, so it is essential to establish your needs and purpose up front with your appraiser. Your AGS Independent Certified Gemologist Appraiser will give you an estimate of the charges before proceeding. These charges can be based on the time involved or depend on the number of pieces to be appraised. It is unethical to charge a percentage of the value.

  • Jewelry Repair & Cleaning

    It's not recommended that you repair your own jewelry unless you have been professionally trained to do so. Take damaged jewelry in for professional repair as soon as possible, especially if small pieces like stones or links of chain have fallen out - the longer you wait, the more likely small pieces will be lost. Your local Zales store offers a range of repair services.

    Probably the best thing you can do is preventative repair. Schedule a cleaning for your jewelry every year. During the cleaning, have your jeweler check for signs of wear, such as loose stone mountings or bent clasps, and fix them before they become a serious problem. Also, if you have bracelets or necklaces that don't have safety chains or clasps, you may want to arrange for one of our jewelers to put some on. They're not expensive and they can spare you the heartbreak of losing a cherished piece.

  • Jobs

    Featuring videos relating to business opportunities and employment.

  • Juicers, Blenders & Food Processors


    Brands: Cuisinart, Breville, Bella, Black & Decker, Dasher, Hamilton Beach, Huron, Jack LaLanne, Juiceman, Kuvings, Fusion, Omega.

    The type of juice maker you choose depends on the type of juice you like to drink, and how long you want to spend preparing it. Here are two types of juice makers to consider.

    Auger-style juicers, which you might also see referred to as masticating or cold press juicers, work by slowly crushing and mashing the fruits and vegetables. They are typically more expensive--our top-rated model in this category is over $400. The machines can also take some getting used to, since the augers can jam when grinding tough fruits and veggies. Every machine we tested has a reverse button for this reason, but that makes for an even more hands-on process. The big upside with auger-style juicers: the models we tested tended to leave behind more pulp, which can result in healthier, more fiber-rich juices.

    Juice extractors use a rapidly whirling disk to cut fruit or vegetables into tiny pieces that are then spun to separate juice from pulp. Once separated from the pulp, the juice flows through a strainer and into a container. Whatever you put in still needs to be cleaned and prepared first. Fruits with waxed or hard peels, for example, need to be peeled--with any large pits removed. Vegetables must be cleaned and, in some cases, scrubbed with a brush. And some extractors, especially those that require full dismantling, can be a bother to clean.


    Blender brands include Black & Decker, Blendlec, Breville, Cuisinart, KitchenAid, Oster, Vitamix

    A blender is electric and the term usually refers to a kitchen blender which is used for blending and mixing foods and liquids. There are basically two types of blenders - counter blenders and stick blenders which vary in terms of convenience, price and function. There are also blenders that are part of multifunction kitchen appliances.
    Blenders are sold in personal (small) sizes or larger (48 to 60 oz) models, along with the odd in-between sizes. Considered an essential kitchen appliance, a blender is invaluable when it comes to making baby foods from left-over meals, blending smoothies, crushing and blending ice in summer drinks or mixing pancake batter. However, blenders do have limits when it comes to types of foods it can blend, as well as whether or not it can blend ice.

    Other options include handheld immersion blenders (good mostly for stirring powdered drinks or pureeing vegetables in a saucepan) and all-in-one machines (which claim to replace food processors and, in some cases, add cooking capabilities). But you might sacrifice performance or have to pay more if you follow either route.

    Consider the types of food and drink you prepare, and find the blenders that perform best in those areas. For example, if you're mostly mixing drinks, look for a machine with enough oomph to crush ice.

    Spending more for any of these appliances will typically get you touchpad controls, extra power, and designer styling or colors to match your kitchen's decor. Most have glass or plastic pitchers.

  • Junk and salvage
    Junk, Hording Counseling, Junk Removal

    Everyone has junk. But sometimes a yard sale isn't enough to get rid of it all. Hear some of the stories told by junk removal professionals... and hire one of them to take care of that stuff you just can't shift on your own. Selling a service? Show customers the before-and-after of the difference that you've made in others' lives!

  • Junk Removal Services

    When your house gets overwhelmed with clutter and you start losing track of your belongings, you (like the rest of us) realize something has to be done. You know most of the clutter is just junk, but the other items need to be organized. You're probably like most and don't know what to do.

    Well this is what we call a "Junk Overload." Junk Overload is when you get to the point where you cannot stop thinking about what you are going to do with your clutter, you become overloaded with junk. Overloaded in both your home and your mind.

    "Junk Overload" can affect different aspects of your life. From cleaning your house, to lack of concentration at work and also it can add stress to your already stressful life. When junk affects your life, you know somethings wrong.

  • Junk yards


  • Kids' Nutrition

    Nutrition classes for kids make healthy eating fun. Check out these videos for where you can go for great kids' nutrition classes.

  • Kitchen and Bath
    Kitchen and Bath


    Kitchen Remodels

    Your kitchen is arguably the most important room in your home. It should be attractive, stylish, comfortable and functional. Remodeling a kitchen can dramatically enhance the appeal of your home to potential buyers. One of the most important parts of any remodeling plan is deciding how much to spend. Without a clear budget, you'll have trouble determining whether you're making a sound investment. Come up with a firm number for the overall remodel first. If you try to make budget determinations feature by feature or appliance by appliance, you can quickly exhaust your budget.

    Here are a few tips for setting a budget and making a kitchen remodel a sound investment:

    • Make the budget a percentage of home value. Aim to spend no more than 20 percent of the total market value of your home on your kitchen remodeling project. With this method, you should be able to come up with a reasonable budget.
    • Set a buffer. Take the total that you came up with and set aside 20 percent of it, or an additional 20 percent, for contingency expenses. Things do not always unfold as planned during a kitchen remodeling project, so it is smart to create a little wiggle room by setting aside some extra funds.
    • Have realistic expectations. Remember that you won't see a return on your investment, if any, until the time comes to sell your home. Housing values are not static, of course, so there is no definite way to predict how much the value of your home will rise due to your kitchen remodeling work. Anything that improves the style and usability of your home is generally worth it, though, as home buyers tend to be impressed by well-designed, attractive kitchens.

    Bathroom Remodels


    • If you want an easy-care floor: Go for porcelain or glazed tiles, and avoid porous natural stone tiles like limestone. Unless sealed vigilantly, they'll absorb drips and spills and become stained over time.
    • If you want a nonslip floor: Choose tiles with textured surfaces, matte finishes, or sand-containing glazes. Another option: small tiles with lots of grout lines, which offer better "grip" than large tiles.

    Caulk: Go for an acrylic or hybrid formula you can remove without the use of harsh chemicals so that replacement is easier. And make sure it contains a mildewcide that offers protection for five years or longer.

    Wiring: The 15-amp wiring in your prewar house's bathroom has likely been abused by years of high-power hair drying. So don't just swap in GFCI outlets. Replace the wiring too, with a dedicated 20-amp circuit and plenty of outlets for all the appliances you use, from electric razors and toothbrushes to hair-straightening irons.

    Shower niches: Unlike clunky over-the-showerhead organizers, a recessed cubby in a tub or shower surround gives shampoo and soap a permanent home and doesn't take up stall space. Size it to minimize tile cuts, and line the bottom with a leftover piece of stone or solid-surface countertop, not tile, so that you won't have to scrape away scum from grout lines.

  • Kitchen Appliances

    Kitchen appliances are electrical/mechanical machines that accomplish household functions used to for cooking.

    • Major appliances: these videos cover refrigerators, kitchen makeovers, outdoor kitchens, and more.
    • Small appliances: toasters, blenders, hand-vacs, microwave ovens, toaster ovens, food processors, etc.
  • Knives
    Bead, Kitchen, Bowie, hunting, Decorative, Collections, Kives

    A knife is a tool with a cutting edge or blade, hand-held or otherwise, with most having a handle. Some types of knives are used as utensils, including knives used at the dining table (e.g., butter knives and steak knives) and knives used in the kitchen (e.g., paring knife, bread knife, cleaver). Many types of knives are used as tools, such as the utility knife carried by soldiers, the pocketknife carried by hikers and the hunting knife used by hunters. Knives are also used as traditional religious implements. Some types of knives are used as weapons (like the daggers used by commandos, or the switchblades used by gang members).

    Every chef carries his special set of knives. There are myriad uses for knives, which are probably the most ancient of tools created by early humans. Find what you need via video, or sell what you have!


  • Labor & Employment Law

    The employment relationship is one of the most important legal relationships in most people's lives. Employment relationships serve not only as the primary source of support for most people and their families, but also as an important source of social relationships, personal identity, and personal fulfillment. The employment relationship poses some particularly interesting legal questions because it comprises both a collective interest between employers and employees in mutual success and individual interests in employers and employees benefiting at the expense of the other.

    The study of labor and employment law is divided into three general subject areas: employment law, labor law, and employment discrimination law

    Employment law

    .... generally refers to the law governing individual employment contracts and individual statutory rights and responsibilities. Common employment law topics include:

    • Establishing the employment relationship
    • The employment-at-will doctrine and exceptions to this doctrine
    • Covenants not to compete
    • The protection of intellectual property
    • Minimum wage and maximum hour legislation
    • Unemployment compensation
    • Workers' compensation
    • Occupational safety and health
    • Employee retirement income security

    Labor law

    ... generally refers to the law governing union organizing, collective bargaining agreements, and the rights and responsibilities of unions and employers in a collective bargaining relationship. Common labor law topics include:

    • The right to organize
    • Union organizing campaigns
    • Appropriate bargaining units and recognition elections
    • Collective bargaining and bargaining in "good faith"
    • Strikes and lockouts
    • Enforcing the collective agreement
    • The union's duty to fairly represent the employees

    Employment discrimination law

    ... generally refers to the law prohibiting discrimination in employment on the basis of such characteristics as race, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, age or disability. Because it deals largely with individual rights and responsibilities, employment discrimination law is a subset of employment law, but it is generally deemed important enough and different enough in its issues and analysis that it is treated as its own subject area.

  • Laminate
  • Landscape
  • Landscape architecture

    Landscape architecture is the design of outdoor areas and structures to achieve environmental, social-behavioral, or aesthetic outcomes. It involves the systematic investigation of existing social, ecological, and soil conditions and processes in the landscape, and the design of interventions that will produce the desired outcome. The scope of the profession includes landscape design, site planning, water management, environmental restoration, parks and recreation planning, visual resource management, green infrastructure planning and provision, and private estate and residence landscape master planning and design.

  • Landscaping Services
    Lawn and Landscaping
    • Landscaping services: landscaping, gardening, planting, fountains, landscape installation, landscape maintenance, landscape design, residential landscaping, commercial landscaping, industrial landscaping
    • Gardening: seasonal plantings, perennial care, terrace and container planting, structural and aesthetic pruning, garden design, garden restoration, garden installation, holiday gardens, garden consultation, ecological gardening services
  • Language Instruction

    Language education may take place as a general school subject or in a specialized language school. There are many methods of teaching languages. Some have fallen into relative obscurity and others are widely used; still others have a small following, but offer useful insights.

    There are two sections here: foreign language tutoring and foreign language instruction, and ESL (English as a second language) instruction.

  • Lawn and garden
    Lawn and Landscaping
  • Lawn care
  • Learning
  • Legal Services
    Legal Services, Wills, Probate, Tax, Criminal, Civil

    (For more information, see Attorneys) There are many legal services that can be rendered by persons other than attorneys (and generally, therefore, at a lesser cost). Check out these videos to hear some of them explained to you.

  • Leisure Activities
    Leisure Activities, Yoga, Fishing, Chess, Fitness and More

    Leisure is the time you spend in activities that aren't compulsory (employment, running a business, household chores, education and other such day-to-day stresses), sometimes referred to as "free time."

  • Leisure: Food

    Many people see food as part of a laisure activity. They enjoy eating out at restaurants (where someone else cooks and waits on them for relaxation) and picnicking.

  • Liability insurance

    Liability insurance is designed to offer specific protection against third-party insurance claims. Payment isn't usually made to the insured, but rather to someone else suffering loss from the policyholder's acts or omissions. When a claim is made, the insurance carrier defends the policyholder.

  • Life Coaches

    Entrepreneurs, executives, business leaders, actors, musicians, creative people, managers, small business owners, start-ups, professionals and home-makers all reach their goals with the help of a life coach. If there is a gap between where you are now and where you want to be, there is room for life coaching. Not only will your life coach help you close the gap, your life coach will help you break through your limited beliefs and challenge you to think bigger.

    What would you work on with a life coach?

    • Setting and achieving goals and objectives
    • Planning -- business, career and life
    • Blasting through blocks and fears
    • Clearing clutter
    • Financial security and independence
    • Balancing business and personal life
    • Making key decisions and designing strategies for success
    • Communicating powerfully and succinctly
    • Becoming a problem-free zone
    • Building powerful relationships
    • Breaking through the glass ceiling
    • Getting promoted
    • Finding the ideal career/work or business
    • Finding the ideal partner/love/relationship
    • Getting out of a rut
    • Making an important life transition
    • Starting a business
    • Growing a business
    • Living an ideal life
    • Identifying core values and passions
    • Fulfilling personal and emotional needs
  • Life insurance

    Life insurance is a contract between an individual and an insurer: when the insured person dies, the insurer promises to pay a designated beneficiary a sum of money. Depending on the contract, other events such as terminal illness or critical illness can also trigger payment. The policyholder typically pays a premium, either regularly or as one lump sum.

  • Liquidation Auctions

    Generally held when a company is going out of business and needs to liquidate its stock. Rugs, furniture, and office environments are often sold this way.

  • Loaders
  • Local
  • Logging & Timber
    Logging and Timber

    Logging concerns the logistics of moving wood from the stump to somewhere outside the forest, usually a sawmill or a lumberyard. Methods include stem-only harvesting, whole-tree logging, and cut-to-length logging.

    Forestry is the study of the complex interaction of climate, soils, rocks, water, animals, (including insects and fungi and plants as the defining elements of a natural forest, the management of the various components of the forest, the preservation of its' natural balance (of forests and the life forms they support) as well as the care of it to ensure its' wellbeing.

    Sustainable forestry programs also make it possible for humans to get some economic value from the forest without hurting it in any way.

  • Luggage

    Suitcases, carry-ons, trunks, steamer trunks, rolling suitcases, carpetbags, overnight bags.

  • Lumber
  • Luxury Boats


  • Machinery
  • Mailing Services
    Mailing Service

    Mailing services describe all the steps included in carrying a message or a package from one place to another. The virtual version of mailing services is called emailing services. Mailing services also encompasses direct-mail advertising.

  • Maintenance
  • Management Services
    Management Services

    Management Services

    Property management services fall into two main categories: tenant issues and upkeep issues.


    • Tenant services:
      • Evaluate and market rental property
      • Market to and screen potential tenants
      • Rent collection
      • Inspections
      • Eviction
    • Upkeep/maintenance services:
      • Financial services in relation to property
      • Maintenance and repairs
      • Remodeling
      • Security
  • Manufacturing
  • Manufacturing

    Manufacturing is the production of merchandise for use or sale using labor and machines, tools, or chemical or biological processing. Anything from handicraft to high tech falls into this category, but it's usually applied to industrial production.

    A manufacturing business is any business that uses components, parts, or raw materials to make a finished good. The finished goods can be sold directly to consumers or to other manufacturing businesses that use them for making a different product. Manufacturing businesses are normally comprised of machines, robots, computers, and people all working in a specific manner to create a product.

    Manufacturing plants often use an assembly line, which refers to a process in which a product is put together in sequence from one workstation to the next. By moving the product down an assembly line, the finished good can be put together quicker with less manual labor. Some industries refer to the manufacturing process as fabrication.

  • Marinas

    A marina is an area or 'dock' where yachts and other small vessels can moor for supplies, refueling or maintenance checks. Unlike a port, which accommodates large-scale passenger and cargo ships, a marina is a much smaller basin, which is usually home to a number of small luxury yachts.

    Usually a marina is a place where small vessels dock for a period of time by making use of the marina's mooring facilities. Depending on the size of the marina, it will have a number of useful facilities that are made available for boat operators, such as maintenance and repair assistance, refueling conveniences and additional resources and supplies. The layout of a marina differs to that of a port as they are constructed on a much smaller scale with an emphasis on providing a safe haven for vessels to vest, as opposed to a large facility for cargo ships.

    Generally speaking, a marina is designed to cater specifically to recreational boaters of a relatively small size. Vessels owners prefer to dock their boats in a marina to enjoy its sheltered harbors and available equipment and resources. Marinas are considered safe homes for luxury yachts and have a high level of security, thus giving boat owner's confidence in docking their boats there.

    Usually, to take advantage of a marina's facilities, available resources and services, the vessel owner will be required to pay a fee. Marina fees will vary from one marina to another and may depend largely on its location and types of services available to vessel owners.

    Types of resources a marina can offer to vessels include:

    • Refueling stations
    • Repair services
    • Washing services
    • Ship chandlers
    • Stores and restaurants
    • Medical clinics
    • Parking for vehicles and trailers
    • Boat hoist
    • Storage

    Undeniably, the main feature that vessel owners seek when docking their boat in a marina, is the security services. Many of the boats docked will be high value vessels and so high security services and procedures are vital.

  • Martial Arts
    Martial Arts

    Want to learn any martial arts? This is where you'll find the classes and dojos you need.

    The term martial arts refers to all of the various systems of training for combat that have been arranged or systematized. Generally, these different systems or styles are all designed for one purpose: physically defeating opponents and defending against threats. In fact, the word 'martial' derives from the name Mars, who was the Roman god of war.

    Types of Martial Arts

    Generally, martial arts can be broken down into five distinct categories: Stand-up or striking styles, grappling styles, low impact styles, weapons based styles, and MMA (A Hybrid Sports Style). Along with this, the emergence of MMA has caused quite a bit of mixing of styles in recent years to the point that a lot of dojos don't look quite the same as they used to.

    Regardless, below are some of the more well-known styles.

    Striking or Stand-Up Styles

    • Boxing
    • Karate
    • Krav Maga
    • Kung Fu
    • Kickboxing
    • Tae Kwon Do

    Grappling or Ground Fighting Styles

    • Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
    • Russian Sambo
    • Shootfighting
    • Wrestling

    Throwing or Takedown Styles

    • Aikido
    • Judo
    • Hapkido
    • Shuai Jiao

    Weapons-Based Styles

    • Iaido
    • Kali
    • Kendo

    Low-Impact or Meditative Styles

    • Baguazhang
    • Tai Chi
    • Chi Gong based styles

    MMA- A Hybrid Sports Style

    • MMA
  • Massage Therapy
    Massage Therapy

    Massages provide relaxation and relieve stress.

    Massage therapy has a long history in cultures around the world. Today, people use many different types of massage therapy for a variety of health-related purposes. In the United States, massage therapy is often considered part of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), although it does have some conventional uses. This fact sheet provides a general overview of massage therapy and suggests sources for additional information.

    Different kinds of massage include:

    • Acupressure
    • Acupuncture
    • Alexander Technique
    • Animal Massage
    • Aromatherapy
    • Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy
    • Asian Bodywork
    • Ayurvedic Massage
    • Bonnie Prudden Myotherapy
    • Bowen Technique
    • Breema
    • Chair Massage
    • Color Therapy
    • Connective Tissue Massage
    • CranioSacral Therapy
    • Cupping
    • Deep Tissue Massage
    • Equine Massage
    • Feldenkrais
    • Five-Element Shiatsu
    • Geriatric Massage
    • Hellerwork
    • Hydrotherapy
    • Infant Massage
    • Iridology
    • Lomi Lomi
    • Lymph Drainage Therapy
    • Lypossage
    • Manual Lymph Drainage
    • Massotherapy
    • Medical Massage
    • Myofascial Release
    • Neuromuscular Therapy
    • Orthopedic Massage
    • Polarity Therapy
    • Prenatal Massage
    • Qi
    • Reflexology
    • Reiki
    • Rolfing (Structural Integration)
    • Rosen Method
    • Shiatsu
    • Soft Tissue Massage
    • Spa Treatments
    • Sports Massage
    • Swedish
    • Thai Massage
    • Thalassotherapy
    • Therapeutic Touch
    • Traditonal Chinese Medicine
    • Trager Approach
    • Trigger Point Therapy
    • Tuina
    • Visceral Manipulation
    • Watsu
    • Zero Balancing
  • Mechanical Engineering

    These videos will help you locate and select a mechanical engineer.

    Mechanical engineering is a diverse subject that derives its breadth from the need to design and manufacture everything from small individual parts and devices (e.g., microscale sensors and inkjet printer nozzles) to large systems (e.g., spacecraft and machine tools). The role of a mechanical engineer is to take a product from an idea to the marketplace. In order to accomplish this, a broad range of skills are needed. The mechanical engineer needs to acquire particular skills and knowledge. He/she needs to understand the forces and the thermal environment that a product, its parts, or its subsystems will encounter; to design them for functionality, aesthetics, and the ability to withstand the forces and the thermal environment they will be subjected to; and to determine the best way to manufacture them and ensure they will operate without failure. Perhaps the one skill that is the mechanical engineer's exclusive domain is the ability to analyze and design objects and systems with motion.

    Since these skills are required for virtually everything that is made, mechanical engineering is perhaps the broadest and most diverse of engineering disciplines. Mechanical engineers play a central role in such industries as automotive (from the car chassis to its every subsystem--engine, transmission, sensors); aerospace (airplanes, aircraft engines, control systems for airplanes and spacecraft); biotechnology (implants, prosthetic devices, fluidic systems for pharmaceutical industries); computers and electronics (disk drives, printers, cooling systems, semiconductor tools); microelectromechanical systems, or MEMS (sensors, actuators, micropower generation); energy conversion (gas turbines, wind turbines, solar energy, fuel cells); environmental control (HVAC, air-conditioning, refrigeration, compressors); automation (robots, data and image acquisition, recognition, control); manufacturing (machining, machine tools, prototyping, microfabrication).

    To put it simply, mechanical engineering deals with anything that moves, including the human body, a very complex machine. Mechanical engineers learn about materials, solid and fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, heat transfer, control, instrumentation, design, and manufacturing to understand mechanical systems. Specialized mechanical engineering subjects include biomechanics, cartilage-tissue engineering, energy conversion, laser-assisted materials processing, combustion, MEMS, microfluidic devices, fracture mechanics, nanomechanics, mechanisms, micropower generation, tribology (friction and wear), and vibrations. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) currently lists 36 technical divisions, from advanced energy systems and aerospace engineering to solid-waste engineering and textile engineering.

  • Medical Equipment & Supplies

    There are several basic types of medical equipment:

    • Diagnostic equipment includes medical imaging machines, used to aid in diagnosis. Examples are ultrasound and MRI machines, PET and CT scanners, and x-ray machines.
    • Treatment equipment includes infusion pumps, medical lasers and LASIK surgical machines.
    • Life support equipment is used to maintain a patient's bodily function. This includes medical ventilators, anesthetic machines, heart-lung machines, ECMO, and dialysis machines.
    • Medical monitors allow medical staff to measure a patient's medical state. Monitors may measure patient vital signs and other parameters including ECG, EEG, and blood pressure.
    • Medical laboratory equipment automates or helps analyze blood, urine, genes, and dissolved gases in the blood.
    • Diagnostic Medical Equipment may also be used in the home for certain purposes, e.g. for the control of diabetes mellitus
    • Therapeutic: physical therapy machines like continuous passive range of motion (CPM) machines

    A biomedical equipment technician (BMET) is a vital component of the healthcare delivery system. Employed primarily by hospitals, BMETs are the people responsible for maintaining a facility's medical equipment. BMET mainly act as an interface between doctor and equipment.

  • Medical Malpractice Law

    Medical malpractice law governs the liability of doctors and other treatment providers when they cause harm to a patient by rendering their services in a negligent manner. All states have their own laws and procedures to handle these specialized personal injury cases. But in general terms, a doctor will be held liable if his or her conduct fails to meet the "standard of care" provided by other doctors under similar circumstances.

    Errors that qualify as medical malpractice will typically fall into one of several categories. These include a failure or delay in diagnosing a patient's condition, misreading X-rays, prescribing the wrong pharmaceuticals, failing to warn a patient of the risks or side effects of a procedure, performing services without the patient's informed consent, and making a mistake during surgery or childbirth.

    When doctors act carelessly, the results can be catastrophic for the patient. It is not surprising, then, that damage awards in medical malpractice cases are among the largest of all personal injury cases. Damages may include medical expenses, physical pain and suffering, emotional distress, lost wages, decreases in earning potential, punitive damages, as well as compensation for partial or complete impairment, disfigurement, and death.

    Expert witnesses play a unique role in medical malpractice lawsuits. Many of the issues debated in these cases, such as whether a surgery was performed correctly, are too complex for judges and juries to understand on their own. This means other doctors must be called upon to study the case, render an opinion, and explain their findings. For the injured patient, the expense of hiring an expert significantly increases the cost of bringing the claim.

    A number of public policy groups and elected officials oppose large damage awards in medical malpractice suits. Referred to as tort reform, this effort aims to pass legislation making it more difficult for injured people to file lawsuits, and to cap the amount of damages they can recover once they win. Proponents argue that tort reform will reduce the cost of health care, but the data is inconclusive, and the issue remains highly contentious.

  • Mental Health Services

    These are serves that will help you stay healthy. They include addiction services: detox centers, detoxification centers, addiction meetings, alcoholism support, alcoholism meetings

    Mental health is a level of psychological well-being, or an absence of a mental disorder; it is the "psychological state of someone who is functioning at a satisfactory level of emotional and behavioral adjustment." From the perspective of positive psychology or holism, mental health may include an individual's ability to enjoy life, and create a balance between life activities and efforts to achieve psychological resilience. According to World Health Organization (WHO) mental health includes "subjective well-being, perceived self-efficacy, autonomy, competence, intergenerational dependence, and self-actualization of one's intellectual and emotional potential, among others." WHO further states that the well-being of an individual is encompassed in the realization of their abilities, coping with normal stresses of life, productive work and contribution to their community.However, cultural differences, subjective assessments, and competing professional theories all affect how "mental health" is defined.

    A person struggling with his or her behavioral health may face stress, depression, anxiety, relationship problems, grief, addiction, ADHD or learning disabilities, mood disorders, or other psychological concerns. Counselors, therapists, life coaches, psychologists, nurse practitioners or physicians can help manage behavioral health concerns with treatments such as therapy, counseling, or medication. The new field of global mental health is "the area of study, research and practice that places a priority on improving mental health and achieving equity in mental health for all people worldwide."

  • Metal Detecting & Prospecting
    Metal Detecting

    Who doesn't want to find a hidden treasure? That's the lure of modern-day metal detecting, just as it has lured prospectors for centuries. Today it's not just a hobby, but is used also by archeology, forensic police investigations, and even the military.

  • Microwave Ovens

    A microwave oven is a cooking device that can cook or reheat food much faster than a conventional oven. Using microwave technology, water and particles within the food are heated incredibly fast, turning cold or frozen food into steaming and hot meals. Although the technology behind microwave ovens has been around for nearly seventy years, many people still believe there are some health risks associated with using this type of oven for cooking.

    A microwave is a type of radio wave that can be absorbed by water and certain molecules, like those found in sugar. The absorption of these waves causes the atoms in the food to become highly active, effectively creating heat. Most microwave ovens use a common wave frequency of 2.5 gigahertz (2500 megahertz) that has proved most effective in the food heating process. This specific wave frequency cannot be absorbed in high quantities by glass, plaster or ceramics, meaning that in a microwave oven, only the food will be affected by the heat.

  • Miscellaneous
  • Mobile device development
  • Mopeds, motorscooter, motorized bicycles
  • Mortgage Brokers

    A mortgage broker is a service provider who offers the loan products of multiple lenders who are called "wholesalers." A mortgage broker counsels you on the loans available from different wholesalers, takes your application, and usually processes the loan which involves putting together the complete file of information about your transaction including the credit report, appraisal, verification of your employment and assets, and so on. When the file is complete, but sometimes sooner, the lender "underwrites" the loan which means deciding whether or not you are an acceptable risk. And it is the lender who shows up at the closing table with the money, not the mortgage broker.

  • Mosques
  • Motels

    Originally called motor hotels, these establishments generally have guests park their cars outside their rooms, so the layout of a motel is different from that of a hotel. Motels are often less expensive than hotels as they generally have fewer amenities.

  • Motor Homes
    1. Class A motorhomes (bus conversion, diesel pusher): These are the most luxurious RVs, with the most amenities including more space via slide-outs and living quarters that are accessible from the front seats. There are some disadvantages: they're hard to maneuver, generally offer poor fuel economy, and have a poor safety record,
    2. Class B motorhomes (camper vans): These are built using a conventional van, to which a raised roof has been added and/or the back replaced by a low-profile body.
    3. Class C motorhomes: These are built on a truck chassis with an attached cab section, which is usually van-based, Class C motorhomes are often based on the popular Ford E450 engine, chassis, and cabs. They're characterized by a distinctive cab-over profile, the "cab-over" usually containing a bed.
  • Motorcycle Accessories

    Survival Equipment

    • Roadside Assistance Plan: Maybe your plan is to call a family member to bring a trailer. Better yet is a national plan such as provided by Honda Riders Club or MTS that will come to you and tow you to the nearest dealer or repair facility.
    • Cellphone
    • Flat Kit
    • First Aid Kit
    • Water Bottle
    • Reflective Vest
    • Ear Plugs: Most riders develop hearing problems especially if they ride with no windshield and a minimal helmet. Ear plugs are cheap, easy to use, and will save your hearing.
    • Heated Clothing


    • Get a detailed owners manual or shop manual for your bike and see what types of tools are recommended for your model. If the bike comes with a tool kit, examine it and determine if you need more tools. At any rate, always take the toolkit with you on the bike. Here are some essential tools.
    • Screwdrivers
    • Pliers: You should have regular pliers, small ViseGrip pliers, and needlenose pliers.
    • Wrenches: Get Allen, Torx, sparkplug, open-end, adjustable, and combination in sizes needed for your model.
    • Loc-Tite
    • Kickstand Plate


    • Windshield: It may spoil the looks of your bike but on a trip of any length will keep you from tiring out. Also, a must for winter riding.
    • Saddlebags
  • Motorcycle Clothing
    • Helmet: Helmets are very controversial among experienced riders. Some don't want the government requiring them to be worn.
    • Leather Motorcycle Jacket: Don't buy just any leather jacket. Motorcycle jackets are not normally sold in regular stores. Get a good quality jacket with vents front and back that will allow air to circulate in the summer. Brands like Hein Gericke, Aerostich, Joe Rocket, and Roadgear come to mind. In recent years, many riders are switching to lighter weight textile jackets with padding in strategic areas. These are great and I have one myself but the leather jacket, although heavier and hotter, still protects the best.
    • Jeans
    • Riding Pants
    • Gloves
    • Boots
    • Rainsuit
  • Motorcycle Clubs & Associations

    Check out these videos for motorcycle clubs and motorcycle associations near you!

  • Motorcycles

    Motorcycle design varies greatly to suit a range of different purposes: long distance travel, commuting, cruising, sport including racing, and off-road riding. A motorcycle has more than a 150cc engine size, and no more than three wheels; it has to be registered and the driver must have a motorcycle license (M1) but can also operate any motorized bicycle, moped or motor scooter without an M2 endorsement.

    Popular motorcycle brands include BMW, Honda, Ducati, Yamaha Motor Company, Honda Motor Company, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Triumph, Suzuki Motor Corporation, Aprilia, KTM, Moto Guzzi, Harley-Davidson Motor Company, Royal Enfield, MV Agusta, Norton Motorcycle Company, Benelli, Hyosung, Indian Motorcycle Manufacturing Company, Bimota, Victory Motorcycles, Kymco, Husqvarna Motorcycles, Hero Motorcorp, Arctic Cat Inc., Blata, Audi, Buell Motorcycle Company, Cagiva, Maico, Adler, Derbi, TVS Motor Company, Janus Motorcycles, Cleveland CycleWorks, and Peugeot.

    A motorized bicycle or moped is a two- or three-wheeled device, capable of no more than 30 mph on level ground, and equipped with fully operative pedals for human propulsion, a motor producing less than two gross brake horsepower and an automatic transmission, and an electric motor. The driver must have a motorcycle license.

  • Motorcycles for Sale

    Popular motorcycle brands include BMW, Honda, Ducati, Yamaha Motor Company, Honda Motor Company, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Triumph, Suzuki Motor Corporation, Aprilia, KTM, Moto Guzzi, Harley-Davidson Motor Company, Royal Enfield, MV Agusta, Norton Motorcycle Company, Benelli, Hyosung, Indian Motorcycle Manufacturing Company, Bimota, Victory Motorcycles, Kymco, Husqvarna Motorcycles, Hero Motorcorp, Arctic Cat Inc., Blata, Audi, Buell Motorcycle Company, Cagiva, Maico, Adler, Derbi, TVS Motor Company, Janus Motorcycles, Cleveland CycleWorks, and Peugeot.

  • Moving & Shipping
    Moving and Shipping

    There are a lot of ways to relocate, everything from the complete do-it-yourself scenario to hiring a moving company that will take care of everything and will pack, ship, and unpack your home or office contents. Moving companies will also ship vehicles and specialized companies will ship specialty items (statues, fine art, large objects, unusually shaped objects, etc.).

  • Moving Services

    Set up appointments for three moving companies to come to your house and do an in-home estimate in the order of your least favorite to your most favorite company. If they won't come to your house to do an in-home estimate, move on and find another company. Find out up front if the company will be doing the move themselves, or if they will be sub-contracting the job to another company. If they won't be moving you then you should move on to another company. You should also visit their office and make sure that the company is who they say they are. Check out their trucks and storage facility. Make sure that their trucks are permanently marked with the company's name. Many rogue movers will show up on the day of the move with a magnetic sign attached to the door of a rental truck, so it's good to know as much about them as you can ahead of time.

    As each moving company gives you an estimate based on what they see in your home. Ask questions about the difference in pricing since it may have to do with what services one company provides that another doesn't, the amount of insurance included, or valuation of your belongings. Never hire a mover who gives you a quote based on cubic feet. Never, ever sign blank paperwork, or paperwork that hasn't been fully explained. Read the document, understand it and don't worry about making the moving company wait.

    You should know that every moving company is required by law to provide you with a "Your Rights and Responsibilities When You Move" booklet. If they don't provide you with this, don't use them.

    Also, while you have the sales rep's attention, get as much information about the company that you can such as:

    Full company name and any DBA names (doing business as)
    How long they have been in business
    Company address
    Phone numbers (local and toll-free)
    DOT and MC license numbers
    Company web site address
    Email addresses
    Get references (and call them)

  • Mowing
  • Mulch
  • Multiple-Family Sales

    Yard sales that involve more than one household and generally therefore present more items for sale are referred to as "multiple-family" sales.

  • Music
    Musical Instruments

    Music is an art form whose medium is sound and silence. Generally, a song is considered the smallest standalone work of music, especially when involving singing. The common elements of music are pitch (which governs melody and harmony), rhythm (and its associated concepts tempo, meter, and articulation), dynamics, and the sonic qualities of timbre and texture.

    Music can be divided into genres and subgenres, although the dividing lines and relationships between music genres are often subtle, sometimes open to personal interpretation, and occasionally controversial.

    The activities associated with music include the production of works of music, the criticism of music, the study of the history of music, and the aesthetic dissemination of music.

    This is where you'll find everything you need to make music, listen to music, learn about music

  • Music Stores
    Singers and Songwriters

    Music stores stock all kinds of music, including:

    Art Punk
    Alternative Rock
    College Rock
    Experimental Rock
    Goth / Gothic Rock
    Hardcore Punk
    Hard Rock
    Indie Rock
    Lo-fi (hat tip to Ben Vee Bedlamite)
    New Wave
    Progressive Rock
    Shoegaze (with thx to Jackie Herrera)
    Steampunk (with thx to Christopher Schaeffer)
    Acoustic Blues
    Chicago Blues
    Classic Blues
    Contemporary Blues
    Country Blues
    Delta Blues
    Electric Blues
    Children's Music
    Chamber Music
    Classical Crossover
    Early Music
    High Classical
    Modern Composition
    Wedding Music
    Standup Comedy
    Vaudeville (cheers Ben Vee Bedlamite)
    Commercial (thank you Sheldon Reynolds)
    TV Themes
    Alternative Country
    Contemporary Bluegrass
    Contemporary Country
    Country Gospel
    Country Pop (thanks Sarah Johnson)
    Honky Tonk
    Outlaw Country
    Traditional Bluegrass
    Traditional Country
    Urban Cowboy
    Dance (EMD - Electronic Dance Music - see Electronic below - with thx to Eric Shaffer-Whiting)
    Club / Club Dance (thx Luke Allfree)
    Brostep (cheers Tom Berckley)
    Deep House (cheers Venus Pang)
    Electro House (thx Luke Allfree)
    Glitch Hop (cheers Tom Berckley)
    Hard Dance
    Hi-NRG / Eurodance
    Jackin House (with thx to Jermaine Benjamin Dale Bruce)
    Jungle / Drum'n'bass
    Regstep (thanks to 'Melia G)
    Trap (thx Luke Allfree)
    Easy Listening
    8bit - aka 8-bit, Bitpop and Chiptune - (thx Marcel Borchert)
    Bassline (thx Leon Oliver)
    Chiptune (kudos to Dominik Landahl)
    Crunk (with thx to Jillian Edwards)
    Drum & Bass (thx Luke Allfree)
    Electro-swing (thank you Daniel Forthofer)
    Electronic Rock
    Hardstyle (kudos to Dominik Landahl)
    Trip Hop (thank you Michael Tait Tafoya)
    French Pop
    German Folk
    German Pop
    Fitness & Workout
    Alternative Rap
    Dirty South
    East Coast Rap
    Gangsta Rap
    Hardcore Rap
    Latin Rap
    Old School Rap
    Turntablism (thank you Luke Allfree)
    Underground Rap
    West Coast Rap
    Christmas: Children's
    Christmas: Classic
    Christmas: Classical
    Christmas: Jazz
    Christmas: Modern
    Christmas: Pop
    Christmas: R&B
    Christmas: Religious
    Christmas: Rock
    Holiday: Other
    Indie Pop
    Inspirational - Christian & Gospel
    Christian Metal
    Christian Pop
    Christian Rap
    Christian Rock
    Classic Christian
    Contemporary Gospel
    Christian & Gospel
    Praise & Worship
    Qawwali (with thx to Jillian Edwards)
    Southern Gospel
    Traditional Gospel
    March (Marching Band)
    Acid Jazz (with thx to Hunter Nelson)
    Avant-Garde Jazz
    Bebop (thx Mwinogo1)
    Big Band
    Blue Note (with thx to Jillian Edwards)
    Contemporary Jazz
    Crossover Jazz
    Ethio-jazz (with thx to Jillian Edwards)
    Gypsy Jazz (kudos to Mike Tait Tafoya)
    Hard Bop
    Latin Jazz
    Mainstream Jazz
    Smooth Jazz
    Trad Jazz
    Alternativo & Rock Latino
    Argentine tango (gracias P. Moth & Sandra Sanders)
    Baladas y Boleros
    Bossa Nova (with thx to Marcos Jose Sant'Anna Magalhaes & Alex Ede for the reclassification)
    Contemporary Latin
    Flamenco / Spanish Flamenco (thank you Michael Tait Tafoya & Sandra Sanders)
    Latin Jazz
    Nuevo Flamenco (and again Michael Tafoya)
    Pop Latino
    Portuguese fado (and again Sandra Sanders)
    Reggaeton y Hip-Hop
    Regional Mexicano
    Salsa y Tropical
    New Age
    Adult Contemporary
    Bubblegum Pop (thx Haug & John Maher)
    Chamber Pop (thx Haug)
    Dance Pop
    Dream Pop (thx Haug)
    Electro Pop (thx Haug)
    Orchestral Pop (thx Haug)
    Power Pop (thx Haug)
    Soft Rock
    Synthpop (thx Haug)
    Teen Pop
    Contemporary R&B
    Disco (not a top level genre Sheldon Reynolds!)
    Doo Wop
    Modern Soul (Cheers Nik)
    Northern Soul (Cheers Nik & John Maher)
    Psychedelic Soul (thank you John Maher)
    Quiet Storm
    Soul Blues (Cheers Nik)
    Southern Soul (Cheers Nik)
    Roots Reggae
    Acid Rock (with thanks to Alex Antonio)
    Adult-Oriented Rock (thanks to John Maher)
    Afro Punk
    Adult Alternative
    Alternative Rock (thx Caleb Browning)
    American Trad Rock
    Anatolian Rock
    Arena Rock
    Art Rock
    British Invasion
    Death Metal / Black Metal
    Glam Rock
    Gothic Metal (fits here Sam DeRenzis - thx)
    Hair Metal
    Hard Rock
    Noise Rock (genre - Japanoise - thx Dominik Landahl)
    Jam Bands
    Post Punk (thx Ben Vee Bedlamite)
    Prog-Rock/Art Rock
    Rock & Roll
    Rockabilly (it's here Mark Murdock!)
    Roots Rock
    Southern Rock
    Time Lord Rock (Trock) ~ (thanks to 'Melia G)
    Alternative Folk
    Contemporary Folk
    Contemporary Singer/Songwriter
    Indie Folk (with thanks to Andrew Barrett)
    Love Song (Chanson - merci Marcel Borchert)
    New Acoustic
    Traditional Folk
    Foreign Cinema
    Original Score
    TV Soundtrack
    Spoken Word
    Tex-Mex / Tejano (with thx to Israel Lopez)
    Conjunto Progressive
    New Mex
    A cappella (with kudos to Sheldon Reynolds)
    Barbershop (with thx to Kelly Chism)
    Doo-wop (with thx to Bradley Thompson)
    Gregorian Chant (hat tip to Deborah Knight-Nikifortchuk)
    Traditional Pop
    Vocal Jazz
    Vocal Pop
    Calypso (thx Gerald John)
    Celtic Folk
    Contemporary Celtic
    Dangdut (thank you Achmad Ivanny)
    Drinking Songs
    Drone (with thx to Robert Conrod)
    Indian Ghazal (thank you Gitika Thakur)
    Indian Pop
    Japanese Pop
    Middle East
    North America
    Ode (thank you Sheldon Reynolds)
    Soca (thx Gerald John)
    South Africa
    South America
    Traditional Celtic

  • Musical Instruction

    A music teacher is someone who teaches people how to play an instrument (for example the piano, guitar or violin) or gives singing and voice lessons. Some music teachers work in schools from elementary to high school levels, and teach many students. These teachers are responsible for directing the school bands, choirs and orchestras. They may also teach appreciation, theory, or composition classes to advanced students. Other music teachers give lessons on an individual basis, and may work out of their homes or from a music store as a private music teacher.

  • Musical instruments

    castanets, marimba, steelpans, triangles, wood blocks, xylophones, bass drum, bongo drums, accordions, bagpipes, bassoon, voices, bugles, clarinets, concertinas, didgeridoo, English horns, fifes, flutes, French horns, harmonicas, oboes, piccolos, recorders, saxophones, trombones, trumpets, tubas, banjoes, cellos, violins, violas, doubles basses, guitars, keyboards, pianos, organs, zithers.


  • Nail Salons

    A nail salon or nail bar is a specialty beauty salon establishment that primarily offers nail care services such as manicures, pedicures, and nail enhancements. Often, nail salons also offer skin care services.

  • New Plumbing Installation

    If you're having problems like low water pressure, then it might be time to replace your pipes. Low water pressure can mean that there is corrosion in your current pipes, which could eventually mean holes or leaks that can cause much bigger problems. If you're building a new home, adding to an existing structure or remodeling, then you might also be considering installing new piping. Figuring out the cost of piping can be tricky and somewhat intimidating for homeowners. The first step will be to find a reputable plumber to help you with your project. You'll need an experienced plumber to help you determine which material will work and the best way to install piping with the current state of your home. Once you find a professional, then pipe installation costs will depend on a couple of factors.

    Home Size
    The size of your home will affect the cost of piping because the larger the home, the more piping that will need to be installed. This also includes the amount of sinks, showers, bathtubs, toilets or anything that will need pipes that are in your home. Having a lot of appliances to set up will raise the pipe installation costs.

    Number of Stories
    Another factor for the cost of piping is the amount of stories in your home. The higher that the plumber needs to work, then the higher the pipe installation costs. This will affect the labor costs to get piping up in the top parts of your home.

    Piping Materials
    There are two materials most commonly used for home piping: copper and PEX. PEX is flexible plastic, which makes it easy to install. This is an especially good option if you're replacing current piping because there might need to be fewer holes opened in walls for access since PEX can be snaked into walls. Other benefits are that the flexibility of this type of piping helps to prevent bursts and is not prone to corrosion. It also retains heat, which will conserve energy. Pipe installation costs will typically be lower with PEX. However, it cannot be recycled and allows for possible water contamination from the plastic, though the risks of that are not proven. PEX also cannot be used outdoors due to UV sensitivity. Copper piping is bacteria resistant, not UV-sensitive and can be recycled. It also performs well in natural disasters and doesn't leach harmful chemicals or gases, making it a good environmental option. However, copper piping can burst and corrode, so that is something to consider depending on your location. Pipe installation costs will be higher with copper piping.

    Demolishing Existing Pipes
    If you're replacing your existing piping and not installing from scratch, then the amount of demolition required will definitely affect pipe installation costs. All of the factors mentioned above will help to determine the cost of piping if it requires demolition. The more walls that need to be cut, the higher pipe installation costs will be.

    Overall, the cost of piping will depend on the size of your home and the materials your plumber chooses. Make sure to talk to at least three professionals to make sure you find someone who you can trust. He or she will be able to come up with a plan that will work for your location and your home.

  • Nurseries & Garden Centers

    Plant nurseries and garden centers may exist uniquely as shops for gardening needs (plants, tools, advice, etc.) but may also have a landscaping or gardening company attached to them.

  • Nursing Homes

    Take a tour of these nursing homes via video!

    A nursing home is a place for people who don't need to be in a hospital but can't be cared for at home. Most nursing homes have nursing aides and skilled nurses on hand 24 hours a day.

    Some nursing homes are set up like a hospital. The staff provides medical care, as well as physical, speech and occupational therapy. There might be a nurses' station on each floor. Other nursing homes try to be more like home. They try to have a neighborhood feel. Often, they don't have a fixed day-to-day schedule, and kitchens might be open to residents. Staff members are encouraged to develop relationships with residents.

    Some nursing homes have special care units for people with serious memory problems such as Alzheimer's disease. Some will let couples live together. Nursing homes are not only for the elderly, but for anyone who requires 24-hour care.

  • Nutrition
    Nutrition Foods,  Bars, Drinks and Nutritionalist

    Nutrition is the science that interprets the interaction of nutrients and other substances in food in relation to maintenance, growth, reproduction, health and disease of an organism.

    Buying vitamins and supplements online is popular, but do you know what you're getting? Meet the people who have developed and sell nutrition products and hear what they have to say about them!

  • Nutrition Counseling

    Nutrition counseling is an ongoing process in which a health professional, usually a registered dietitian, works with an individual to assess his or her usual dietary intake and identify areas where change is needed.

  • Nutrition for Diabetes & Other Medical Conditions

    Nutrition can play a role in the treatment of diseases and medical conditions that include:

    * High cholesterol
    * Lactose intolerance
    * Gluten intolerance
    * Blood glucose control
    * Pain
    * Cancer
    * Vitamins, supplements and cancer
    * Oral mucositis
    * Dialysis
    * ADHD

  • Nutritional Supplements

    (see also Health)

    Dietary supplements include vitamins, minerals, herbals and botanicals, amino acids, enzymes, and many other products. Supplements come in a variety of forms: traditional tablets, capsules, and powders, as well as drinks and energy bars. Popular supplements include vitamins D and E; minerals like calcium and iron; herbs such as echinacea and garlic; and specialty products like glucosamine, probiotics, and fish oils.


  • Off-Road Bicycles, Mountain Bicycles

    Off-road or mountain bicycles: Mountain bikes are designed for off-road cycling and are sturdy with wide tires.

    • Off-road competition bicycles
  • Office
  • One-Day-Only Sales

    Many yard sales take place over a weekend; some people prefer to only have customers poking through their items for one day.

  • Online Classes

    Need to find a class online? Here are some options for you!

    A key distinction between online and traditional colleges is the Internet-based curriculum. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, an online class is defined as "a formal education process in which the students and instructor are not in the same place."

    Students must be prepared and manage their time well in online courses. In face-to-face classrooms, there are reminders for you to finish projects or assignments, or you get graded for simply showing up and participating. In an online course, you should log into the course every day to see what has changed or been updated, or who has replied to your posts.

    Another term for online classes is eLearning.

  • Ophthalmologists
  • Organic

    Organic farming is a form of agriculture that relies on techniques such as crop rotation, green manure, compost, and biological pest control.

    Organic farming refers to agricultural production systems used to produce food and fiber. Organic farming management relies on developing biological diversity in the field to disrupt habitat for pest organisms, and the purposeful maintenance and replenishment of soil fertility. Organic farmers are not allowed to use synthetic pesticides or fertilizers. All kinds of agricultural products are produced organically, including produce, grains, meat, dairy, eggs, fibers such as cotton, flowers, and processed food products. Some of the essential characteristics of organic systems include: design and implementation of an "organic system plan" that describes the practices used in producing crops and livestock products; a detailed recordkeeping system that tracks all products from the field to point of sale; and maintenance of buffer zones to prevent inadvertent contamination by synthetic farm chemicals from adjacent conventional fields.

  • Other
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  • Outdoor
  • Outpatient Clinics

    The term outpatient clinic can refer to a number of different medical facilities. These can have highly specialized types of care, or they may offer general care, like urgent care facilities. Such clinics may be designated "outpatient" because they are attached to hospitals but do not serve those requiring overnight hospitalization. However, this type of clinic does not have to share facilities with a hospital, and some are not located on hospital campuses.

    Some of the most common outpatient clinic types are urgent care centers, and these aim to provide a convenient and cheaper way to receive care for minor illnesses and injuries. As opposed to using an emergency room for things like a sudden ear infection, people might use a clinic that offers urgent care instead. These clinics are staffed by doctors and nurses, in addition to many other medical specialists, and can quickly take care of most minor problems. Urgent care clinics vary in hours, and some may be open until late evening, generally more hours than those offered by doctor's offices. Many of these clinics are on hospital campuses, but may not be located in the main hospital building or buildings.

    Instead of practicing general medicine, an outpatient clinic may be designed to practice some form of specialized medicine. There are lots of these clinics, which may or may not be located in hospitals. Some clinics exist to work with patients taking blood thinners like Coumadin(r) and may be called anti-coagulation clinics. Other examples include cardiology clinics, which might offer cardiology testing services like echocardiograms, electrocardiograms (EKGs), and stress testing.

    Sometimes specialists see patients at a once a week or once a month clinic. On these designated days, care is given to those patients not requiring inpatient hospital services. For instance a pediatric neurologist who has a main hospital practice would use his clinic to follow up on patients he's treating. Clinic hours and days would depend on degree of need for outpatient care and number of patients. Though these services might take place in a hospital, they still provide outpatient services.

    Other types of outpatient clinics can work with certain populations. For instance there are clinics that work specifically with veterans returning from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Since this population may have problems unique to it, having a clinic devoted to these issues can be of great help. It provides a way to give consistency of treatment to all people participating and to collect information on the needs common to that group.

    Outpatient clinic types exist in many variations. These include clinics addressing the needs of those requiring physical therapy facilities that specialize in women's health issues, and clinics devoted to caring for people with inability to pay for services. All share a common element; they are designed to give care to people who are not presently hospitalized.


  • Packaging

    Packaging is the technology of enclosing or protecting products for distribution, storage, sale, and use. Packaging also refers to the process of design, evaluation, and production of packages. Packaging contains, protects, preserves, transports, informs, and sells.

  • Packaging and Shipping

    Many moving companies charge a minimum weight for each shipment, meaning small move customers pay for weight they don't have.

    Shipping companies should provides the following:

    Full service pickup in the U.S. and Canada.
    Date-certain, or flexible pickup dates available.
    Standard or expedited delivery options to meet your budget.
    You pack it or we pack it, it is up to you.
    Customized packing and crating for any fragile or sentimental possessions.
    Free personalized quote for the cost of pick up, packing and shipping.
    Declared value coverage up to any value based on your individual shipment needs.
    Destination services include standard or premium level white glove delivery service, where available.

  • Painting

    Painting is the practice of applying paint, pigment, color or other medium to a surface (support base). The medium is commonly applied to the base with a brush but other implements, such as knives, sponges, and airbrushes, can be used.

    In art, the term painting describes both the act and the result of the action. Paintings may have for their support such surfaces as walls, paper, canvas, wood, glass, lacquer, clay, leaf, copper or concrete, and may incorporate multiple other materials including sand, clay, paper, plaster, gold leaf as well as objects.

    The term painting is also used outside of art as a common trade among craftsmen and builders.

    Painting is a mode of creative expression, and the forms are numerous. Drawing, gesture (as in gestural painting), composition, narration (as in narrative art), or abstraction (as in abstract art), among other aesthetic modes, may serve to manifest the expressive and conceptual intention of the practitioner. Paintings can be naturalistic and representational (as in a still life or landscape painting), photographic, abstract, be loaded with narrative content, symbolistic (as in Symbolist art), emotive (as in Expressionism), or be political in nature (as in Artivism).

    A portion of the history of painting in both Eastern and Western art is dominated by spiritual motifs and ideas; examples of this kind of painting range from artwork depicting mythological figures on pottery to Biblical scenes rendered on the interior walls and ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, to scenes from the life of Buddha or other images of eastern religious origin.

  • Painting Products, Services

    A well-executed paint job can breathe new life into your home or business, inviting guests or clients in with smooth colors and a professional finish that's sure to garner compliments.

    These videos include services offering interior painting, exterior painting, residential painting, commercial painting, and more.

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  • Party Rentals

    No one wants to own all the equipment you need to throw a great party! But there are party rental centers that can help you with:

    • Baby Cribs Baby Strollers Baby Hi-Chairs Car Seats
    • Air Conditioners
    • Coat Racks
    • Dehumidifiers
    • Televisions
    • Tables
    • Chairs
    • Tablecloths
    • Punch Bowls
    • Coffee Makers
    • Wedding Arch
    • Serving Utensils
    • Champagne Fountains
    • BBQ Grills
    • Propane Tanks
    • Party Tents
    • Ice Buckets
    • Deluxe Farberware
    • Chafers
    • Cake Knives/Servers
    • Platters
    • Projectors
    • Refrigerators
    • Easels
    • Blackboards
    • Popcorn Machine
    • Dance Floors
    • Hot Dog Machine
  • Party Supplies
    Party rental

    Weddings, graduations, birthdays, holidays... The list goes on! If you need party decorations and supplies, these videos have you covered.

  • Personal Care
    Personal Care, Salons, Spas, Skin and Body Care

    Personal care (or toiletries) is the industry that manufactures consumer products used in personal hygiene and for beautification.

  • Personal Computers

    Computers these days run the gamut from desktop computers to laptop computers to notebook (or netbook) computers to tablets and beyond. When buying a new computer, it's easy to become confused by the sheer volume of technical decisions that you'll have to make.

    How to choose the best desktop PC for you? Well, you might wonder how much RAM you'll need, for instance, which processor to choose or which graphics card to pick, what display to look for, which hard drive will be best for you - there are so many issues that it's difficult to know where to begin. There is a simple way to at least begin cutting down the choices on offer, though, and ensure you get the best PC for your needs. And that's to forget about the low-level technical specifications, and fine details like the brand of graphics card just for the moment and instead concentrate on something much more fundamental and important: what you will be expecting your system to do.

    Take a moment to think about the sort of applications you'll want to run on your new PC, as these will help to decide which features your system will need. If you only intend to run basic tasks - browsing the web, sending emails, running office-type software like Microsoft Word - then the good news is that most computers, even at the budget end of the market, will be able to cope with your requirements. An entertainment PC can handle those basic jobs, too, but might also be used to watch TV and movies, listen to music, play some games, perhaps share music and video files across a home network. Systems like this need a little more in the way of hardware power, like a larger hard drive to store all your music and movies, as well as a big screen, a good sound card and speakers, but they still don't have to be too expensive. Many entertainment PCs are all-in-one PCs these days.

    With the basic applications of your new computer resolved, it's time to think about the type of system that might be appropriate: a netbook, tablet, laptop or desktop? Netbooks are compact notebooks with small screens (typically 10 to 12 inches), and components that are more about saving battery life than delivering raw power. So expect a slow CPU, only a little RAM (1 to 2GB, usually), no DVD drive, not too much hard drive space, and so on.

  • Personal Injury Law

    Personal injury cases are legal disputes that arise when one person suffers harm from an accident or injury, and someone else might be legally responsible for that harm. A personal injury case can become formalized through civil court proceedings that seek to find others legally at fault through a court judgment or, as is much more common, such disputes may be resolved through informal settlement before any lawsuit is filed:

    Formal Lawsuit

    Unlike criminal cases, which are initiated by the government, a formal personal injury case typically starts when a private individual (the "plaintiff") files a civil "complaint" against another person, business, corporation, or government agency (the "defendant"), alleging that they acted carelessly or irresponsibly in connection with an accident or injury that caused harm. This action is known as "filing a lawsuit."

    Informal Settlement

    In reality, most disputes over fault for an accident or injury are resolved through informal early settlement, usually among those personally involved in the dispute, their insurers, and attorneys representing both sides. A settlement commonly takes the form of negotiation, followed by a written agreement in which both sides forgo any further action (such as a lawsuit), choosing instead to resolve the matter through payment of an agreeable amount of money.

    "Personal injury" cases are legal disputes that arise when one person suffers harm from an accident or injury, and someone else might be legally responsible for that harm. A personal injury case can become formalized through civil court proceedings that seek to find others legally at fault through a court judgment or, as is much more common, such disputes may be resolved through informal settlement before any lawsuit is filed:

    • Formal "Lawsuit" Unlike criminal cases, which are initiated by the government, a formal personal injury case typically starts when a private individual (the "plaintiff") files a civil "complaint" against another person, business, corporation, or government agency (the "defendant"), alleging that they acted carelessly or irresponsibly in connection with an accident or injury that caused harm. This action is known as "filing a lawsuit". Our discussion on negligence and proof is especially helpful.
    • Informal Settlement In reality, most disputes over fault for an accident or injury are resolved through informal early settlement, usually among those personally involved in the dispute, their insurers, and attorneys representing both sides. A settlement commonly takes the form of negotiation, followed by a written agreement in which both sides forgo any further action (such as a lawsuit), choosing instead to resolve the matter through payment of an agreeable amount of money.

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  • Pest Control & Extermination
    Pest Control

    Pest control refers to the regulation or management of a species defined as a pest (usually because it is perceived to be detrimental to a person's health, the ecology, or the economy). An exterminator (or pest control technician) has the varied and sometimes interesting job of exterminating roaches, mice, mosquitoes, wasps, spiders, termites or any other animals which are considered pests. They can be self-employed or work for organizations that do large scale pest control for government institutions, school facilities and food manufacturing businesses.

    See pest control in action via video on VideoAdds!

  • Pet Accessories

    It may be a good idea to wait until you select your new pet before you begin shopping for supplies. For example, some items, such as food and water bowls or collars and harnesses, depend upon the size of the pet you will be adopting.

    Also, be sure to find out which food your pet was eating in the shelter or foster home so that you can provide the same in the beginning, again to ease the transition. After the pet has settled in, talk with your veterinarian about switching to the food of your choice.

    Once you've selected your pet, here's a checklist of supplies you may need:

    • Necessary Items for Dogs:
      • Food and water bowls
      • Food (canned and/or dry)
      • Collar
      • Four to six-foot leash
      • ID tag with your phone number
      • Hard plastic carrier or foldable metal crate
      • Dog bed
      • Doggy shampoo and conditioner
      • Nail clippers
      • Canine toothbrush and toothpaste
      • Brush or comb (depends on your pet's coat length and type)
      • Super-absorbent paper towels
      • Sponge and scrub brush
      • Non-toxic cleanser
      • Enzymatic odor neutralizer
      • Plastic poop baggies (biodegradable ones are best) or pooper scooper
      • Absorbent house-training pads
      • Variety of toys (a ball, rope, chew toy and puzzle toy are good starts)
      • Variety of treats (such as small cookies, larger rawhides, etc.)
      • First-aid supplies
      • Baby gate(s)
    • Necessary Items for Cats:
      • Food and water bowls
      • Food (canned and/or dry)
      • Litter box and scooper
      • Kitty litter
      • Collar
      • ID tag with your phone number
      • Hard plastic carrier
      • Nail clippers
      • Feline toothbrush and toothpaste
      • Brush or comb (depends on your cat's coat length and type)
      • Super-absorbent paper towels
      • Sponge and scrub brush
      • Non-toxic cleanser
      • Enzymatic odor neutralizer
      • Variety of toys (toys including catnip are a favorite)
      • First-aid supplies
  • Pet Cleaning

    Pet Urine Odor Removal

    Here at Chem-Dry we love our pets. They brighten up our day and they're always there to support us, through thick and thin. However, they can make it a real challenge to keep your home clean, healthy and smelling fresh when pet accidents occur.

    Not only is it difficult to deal with a pet urine accident once one has occurred, but it's also tough to know where past accidents may have taken place, accidents you may not have even known about. Using a special UV light, Chem-Dry can detect pet accidents in your home and eliminate pet urine odors from your carpets and rugs by applying our revolutionary cleaning product P.U.R.T.(r) (Pet Urine Removal Treatment). P.U.R.T. contacts the source of the odor and immediately begins a chemical reaction that destroys the pet urine odor. It's shown excellent results on even the most severe pet urine damage.

    Eliminate Pet Urine Odors Forever

    If not treated properly, the odor from pet accidents can travel through the entire home and impact your health and your happiness. The smell emitted from an accident area also often leads to repeat incidents in the same area until it is properly eliminated.

    Pet urine in the carpet not only leaves an unsightly stain and an unpleasant odor, but it penetrates the fibers and contaminates both the carpet and the floor underneath. That's why it can require specialized cleaning, well beyond just a simple cleaning and treating. The longer an incident goes untreated, the more likely the urine odor is to permeate deeper and deeper into floors, walls and even the framework and foundation of the home. As the urine dries, the liquid evaporates but the urine crystals become even more concentrated and pungent. Simple cleaning will not remove this odor. To help rid your home of the smells caused by pet urine,

  • Pet Food

    Cat food brands:

    9 Lives
    California Natural
    Nature's Variety

    Dog food brands:

    Eagle Pack
    Blue Buffalo

  • Pet Grooming

    A dog groomer is someone who earns a living by cleaning and taking care of a dog hygienically. Regular grooming plays a part in ensuring that the dog's health is maintained, and is an important part of dog care. A dog groomer will help in decreasing the chances of a dog having health problems by checking for swelling, cuts, heat, changes in temperament, parasites on the skin, and thrush. The dog groomer provides services like nail clipping, bathing, hair removal and even creative grooming services such as colouring the dog's fur and painting the dog's nails.

  • Pet insurance

    Pet insurance is a tool to help pet parents avoid a financial crisis due to unexpected veterinary expenses from accidents and illnesses. Our pets have become a part of our family, and just like the rest of our family, we want to do everything we can to keep them healthy and happy. Pet insurance makes that possible.

  • Pet Services
    Pet Services

    Your pet is an integral part of your family and you want the very best for it. So why not "meet" the people who will provide it with food and treats, who will walk it and pet sit for it, and who will take care of it when it's ill or hurt? Get to know them via video before you hire, and check out the products and accessories you need here as well!

  • Pet Sitting, Dog Walking

    Pet sitting is the act of caring for a pet in its own home while the owner is away. Dog walking is also a form of pet sitting since it involves coming to the pet's home to provide exercise and companionship. Caring for pets in the clients' homes is what separates pet sitters from boarders or doggie daycares.

    Pet sitters often offer more than one pet-sitting visit per day, and some pet sitters offer overnight stays as well.

    During the pet-sitting visits, pet sitters perform a variety of tasks, including:

    * Feeding the pets and changing their water bowls

    * Providing exercise and play time (may include walking the dog)

    * Cleaning litter boxes and cleaning up any other pet messes

    * Administering pet medications, if needed

  • Pet Urns

    This category includes items like: cat urns, dog urns, metal urns, stylized urns, dog figuring urns, cat figurine urns, photo pet urns, wood pet urns, pet keepsake urns, glass pet urns, marble pet urns, wildlife urns, rabbit urns, bird urns, horse urns, pet urn vaults, custom pet urns, and pet urn personalization.

  • Pet Vacations

    When you daydream about the perfect pet-friendly vacation, dog-friendly holiday, or cat-friendly getaway, it's not necessarily a particular city you have in mind. Sometimes it's a general sense of, I want beach or I want palm trees or I want mountains and I want my pet to be there. Vacations, initially, are often less about particulars than an overall state of mind, an imagined place you want to turn into reality. But in the end, it's about getting down to business--turning that ideal pet-friendly daydream into an actual vacation with all its attendant research, legwork, bookings and reservations.

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  • Photographic Accessories

    Tripods, lighting, lenses, softboxes, blowers, light reflectors, lens pen, flash diffuser, cleaning cloths, neck straps, shooting bags, polarizer filters, ballheads, audio adaptors, white balance lens caps, batteries, low-light lenses, camera skins, memory cards, DVD burners, zoom lenses, speedlight flashes, flash bouncers, UV filters, remote shutter releases

  • Photographic Film

    Photographic film is a strip or sheet of transparent plastic film base coated on one side with a gelatin emulsion containing microscopically small light-sensitive silver halide crystals. The sizes and other characteristics of the crystals determine the sensitivity, contrast and resolution of the film.

  • Photographic Software, Digital Enhancement

    Image editing encompasses the processes of altering images, whether they are digital photographs, traditional photochemical photographs, or illustrations. Traditional analog image editing is known as photo retouching, using tools such as an airbrush to modify photographs, or editing illustrations with any traditional art medium. Graphic software programs, which can be broadly grouped into vector graphics editors, raster graphics editors, and 3D modelers, are the primary tools with which a user may manipulate, enhance, and transform images. Many image editing programs are also used to render or create computer art from scratch.

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    Photography Studios, Tips, Images, Sales, Services

    Photography is the science, art, and practice of creating durable images by recording light or other electromagnetic radiation, either electronically by means of an image sensor, or chemically by means of a light-sensitive material such as photographic film. Digital photography uses cameras containing arrays of electronic photodetectors to capture images as opposed to an exposure on photographic film. The captured images are digitized and stored as a computer file ready for further digital processing, viewing, digital publishing, or printing. Want to see it? Check out the videos in the photography section!

  • Physical Therapy Services

    Physical therapy is a type of treatment you may need when health problems make it hard to move around and do everyday tasks. It helps you move better and may relieve pain. It also helps improve or restore your physical function and your fitness level.

    The goal of physical therapy is to make daily tasks and activities easier. For example, it may help with walking, going up stairs, or getting in and out of bed.

    Physical therapy can help with recovery after some surgeries. Your doctor may suggest physical therapy for injuries or long-term health problems such as arthritis or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

    Physical therapy may be used alone or with other treatments.

    You'll want a therapist who has experience with your health problem. Some physical therapists are board-certified in areas such as orthopedics, sports, and neurology and may offer more specialized care. Physical therapists can also specialize in certain types of care, such as:

    • Back and neck pain.
    • Cardiac rehabilitation (rehab).
    • Wound care.
    • Cancer-related problems.
    • Treatment of children or older adults.
  • PI Licensing

    Private investigation is a highly respected field that has evolved significantly in the last decade. Private investigators now serve as contractors for law enforcement, cyber crime, surveillance and human resource teams. The services they provide are broad ranging, and can include everything from investigations into marital infidelity and missing persons, to the use of computer forensics to solve cases related to financial fraud or exploitation.

    Private investigators most often work for private investigation agencies or operate their own independent firms. They often work on a contract basis for both public and private sector clients, and almost always hold a state license permitting them to conduct legal investigations and surveillance with impunity. Since a state licensing and regulatory body often oversees the field of private investigations, becoming a PI means meeting state-specific requirements for licensure.

  • Piercing Equipment

    Whether you need body piercing needles, piercing tools like ring opening pliers, piercing medical supplies like medical gloves, piercing aftercare products, or suspension hooks and rings, you'll find the piercing supplies you need here! From body piercing calipers to forceps, hemostats to tapers, ring opening and closing pliers to body piercing wheel gauges and beyond, you'll find the piercing tools you need in these videos.

  • Piercing Studios

    Piercing is a form of body modification, is the practice of puncturing or cutting a part of the human body, creating an opening in which jewelry may be worn. The word piercing can refer to the act or practice of body piercing, or to an opening in the body created by this act or practice.

    Permanent body piercings are performed by creating an opening in the body using a sharp object through the area to be pierced. This can either be done by puncturing an opening using a needle (usually a hollow medical needle) or scalpel or by removing tissue, either with a dermal punch or through scalpeling.

    Tools used in body piercing include:

    The piercing needle

    The standard method in the United States involves making an opening using a beveled-tip hollow medical needle, which is available in different lengths, gauges and even shapes. While straight needles are useful for many body parts, curved needles are manufactured for areas where straight needles are not ideal. The needle selected is typically the same gauge (or sometimes larger as with cartilage piercings) as the initial jewelry to be worn, with higher gauges indicating thinner needles. The needle is inserted into the body part being pierced, frequently by hand but sometimes with the aid of a needle holder or pusher. While the needle is still in the body, the initial jewelry to be worn in the piercing is pushed through the opening, following the back of the needle. Jewelry is often inserted into the hollow end of a needle, so that as the needle pulls through the jewelry is left behind.

    The cannula

    Outside of the United States, many piercers use a needle containing a cannula (or catheter), a hollow plastic tube placed at the end of the needle. In some countries, the piercing needle favored in the United States is regarded as a medical device and is illegal for body piercers. The procedure is similar to the piercing needle method, but the initial jewelry is inserted into the back of the cannula and the cannula and the jewelry are then pulled through the piercing. More bleeding may follow, as the piercing is larger than the jewelry.

    The dermal punch

    A dermal punch is used to remove a circular area of tissue, into which jewelry is placed, and may be useful for larger cartilage piercings. They are popular for use in ears.

    The piercing gun

    The vast majority of women in the west have their ears pierced with a piercing gun. The safety of piercing guns, which were originally developed for tagging livestock, has been disputed. They are not recommending for piercing body parts other than the lobes of ears, and the Association of Professional Piercers recommends that piercing guns not be used for any piercing, requiring members to agree not to use piercing guns in their practice.


    Cork may be placed on the opposite side of the body part being pierced to receive the needle.


    Forceps, or clamps, may be used to hold and stabilize the tissue to be pierced. Most piercings that are stabilized with forceps use the triangular-headed "Pennington" forcep, while tongues are usually stabilized with an oval-headed forcep. Most forceps have large enough openings in their jaws to permit the needle and jewellery to pass directly through, though some slotted forceps are designed with a removable segment instead for removal after the piercing. Forceps are not used in the freehand method, in which the piercer supports the tissue by hand.

    Needle receiving tubes

    A hollow tube made of metal, shatter-resistant glass or plastic, needle receiving tubes, like forceps, are used to support the tissue at the piercing site and are common in septum and some cartilage piercings. Not only are these tubes intended to support the tissue, but they also receive the needle once it has passed through the tissue, offering protection from the sharp point. Needle receiving tubes are not used in the freehand piercing method.


    Anaesthesia is supplied by some piercers, particularly in the United Kingdom and Europe. The anaesthesia may be topical or injected. Piercers and other non-medical personnel are not legally permitted to administer anaesthetics in the United States.

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    Pizza and Subs

    Want something quick and casual? Then look no further than these videos for your best local pizza and sub shops! Don't they make you hungry?

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  • Plumbing
  • Plumbing & Plumbers
    plumbing-and-plumbers category on VideoAdds

    Plumbers are generally the people you need the most when you need them, so it's a good idea to check out these videos and determine whom to call ahead of time! Many will also do heating and septic, so check ahead of time.

  • Plumbing Parts, Services
    Heating and Plumbing

    Plumbers work in all types of buildings, including: houses, flats, cafes, restaurants, hotels, pubs, airports, airplanes, trains, stations, colleges, schools factories, hospitals, ships... Once the plumbing systems are installed the work is not complete until the systems have been tested to ensure that everything is working correctly and safe for the user.

    Another aspect of the plumbers work is maintenance and repair. Everyone should be aware that boilers and other fuel-burning appliances need annual servicing to keep them safe. Furthermore, water supply systems and boilers and central heating systems are quite complex and can sometimes break down and again the plumber can be called upon to figure out what's gone wrong and repair the system. As well as fitting the piping systems that carry water around the building, plumbers are involved with keeping the inside of the building dry by fitting gutters and sheet lead weatherings to chimneys and roofs.

  • Plumbing Supplies

    Plumbing Wrenches

    The first thing people think of when they hear "plumbing job" is a pipe wrench. And while this is a very useful tool for plumbers to have, pipe wrenches aren't the only once that they utilize on a daily basis.

    You will need a number of different wrenches to undo the fittings. You will use one to turn the fitting and other to grasp the pipe. And when you consider that there are various pipe sizes, you will need to have adjustable wrenches in several sizes as well. And if the pipes are too narrow to grasp with regular pliers, you will need to have locking pliers with you.

    Besides that, specialized wrenches like the Stillson (pipe) wrench will be needed for pipe fittings. Its strong jaws are a good helping hand, but make sure you don't use these on PVC pipes. They have their own set of tools that won't crack the pipe.

    Another tool you will need to use often is a basin wrench. It's long shaft is perfect when you need to work under the sink. You can undo the fittings easily and save time and nerves with some skill and a good basin wrench.

    Here is a list of wrenches you should have on the job...

    • Pipe/Stillson Wrench (large and small)
    • Basin Wrench
    • Adjustable and Crescent Wrenchs
    • Locking Pliers
    • Fixed Set of Wrenches in Standard and Metric

    PVC Plumbing Pipe Tools

    You will often have to fit and cut pipes and you want to use the proper plumbing tools to make your job easier. A hacksaw is the basic tool you will use for cutting PVC pipe, but you want to use a pipe cutter to easily cut the pipes. You will also make cleaner and more level cuts when using a pipe cutter.

    After you cut a pipe, you will need to unrough its interior and its edges. You will wants to use a steel pipe cleaning brush and a small metal file. There are few different approaches you can use here, and every approach will require you to use different set of tools.

    Once you've got the PVC pipe cut and have relatively clean edges, you're ready to apply some PVC primer and glue to connect the pipes so there is a solid, water tight seal. PVC primer and cement are relatively cheap, but are used alot in residential plumbing jobs.

    Here is a list of PVC Plumbing Pipe Tools you'll need...

    • Hacksaw or PVC cutter
    • Pipe cleaner brush or metal file
    • PVC Primer and Cement/Glue

    Drain Un-Cloggers And Plungers

    When dealing with a clog, you will want to use plungers instead of chemicals. Chemicals are not only bad for the environment, they can damage pipes with repeated use over time. Only if your plunger can't deal with a clog that's too deep down or too tough, use a drain unblocker. You will get through the hardest of clogs with its flexible steel line.

    Plungers are self explanatory and should be the first line of defense when tackling a clog. However, changes are pretty good that it's already been tried forcing you to resort to more drastic measures.

    Let's take a look at a short list of plumbing trade supplies that you will more than likely use on a daily basis, even as an apprentice. These are the thing you will need the most!

    • Tape measure
    • Utility knife
    • Cordless Drill w/bits
    • Allen wrench set
    • Flashlight
    • 2 foot level
    • Needlenose pliers
    • Caulk and Caulk gun

    Irrespective of how complex of simple your job is, you need to have to right tools to get the job done. Parts such as hose clamps, pipe hangers for overhead jobs, PVC elbows and fittings etc. are used on almost every job, but should be supplied for you by the company you are working for.

    Knowing exactly what you'll need whether you're a pumbing apprentice, journeyman, or master plumber will make all the difference in the world when you're on the job and looking get it done quickly and effectively.

  • Pole Barns
    Pole Barn

    Barns, Buildings, Additions, and Canape's

  • Pole barns
  • Police Auctions

    Police departments confiscate an enormous amount of property during the normal course of investigations and arrests. Some of the property becomes the property of the state through legal forfeiture proceedings, while other property becomes the state's property because the owner never reclaims it and it is eventually considered abandoned property. In order to get rid of the property that accumulates over time, law enforcement agencies often hold a public police auction with the proceeds going to support further law enforcement efforts.

    When a person is arrested, all of his or her personal belongings must be placed into the property room at the police station. In addition, if the person was arrested while driving, then the vehicle is often impounded. Evidence may also be collected from a person's vehicle, home, or business, and held until a case is adjudicated. Evidence may be anything from documents to contraband, to computers or electronic equipment. All of this property may wind up belonging to the state or federal government over time and therefore be available for purchase through a police auction.

    Property that was held as evidence but ultimately released when the case terminates may never be claimed by the defendant and therefore is considered abandoned property. The same frequently happens with vehicles that are impounded. In some cases, the towing and storage fees are more than the defendant can afford to pay and therefore the vehicle is never claimed.

    Forfeit property follows a different route in order to become the property of the government. A civil lawsuit separate from the criminal charges is filed claiming that the property was purchased with the proceeds of illegal activities. If the lawsuit is successful, then the property is legally forfeit to the government and eligible for police auction.

    How often a police auction is held depends on the jurisdiction. In larger metropolitan areas, auctions may be held as often as once a month. In smaller areas, a police auction may only be held once every few months or yearly. Notice of upcoming auctions can generally be found on the law enforcement's website or by calling the agency. Police auctions are open to the public, although preregistration may be required.

  • Ponds
  • Ponds
  • Pools
  • Popup Camper
    • Purchase an RV: Keystone, Jayco, Winnebago, Thor Motor Coach, Fleetwood, Dutchmen, Starcraft, Forest River, Coachmen, and more top RV brands for sale.
    • Travel trailers: A unit with rigid sides designed to be towed by some larger vehicles with a bumper or frame hitch.
      1. Teardrop trailer: A compact, lightweight travel trailer that resembles a large teardrop, sometimes seen being towed by motorcycles.
      2. Hybrid trailer: A blend between a travel trailer and a folding (tent) trailer. One type has rigid sides and pull-out tent sections (usually beds) while another type's top section of walls and its roof can be lowered over its bottom section to reduce its height for towing.
      3. Fifth-wheel trailer: Designed to be towed by a pickup or medium duty truck equipped with a special hitch called a fifth wheel coupling. Part of the trailer body extends over the truck bed, shortening the total length of the vehicle and trailer combined.
      4. Park model: This is a larger travel trailer, usually 35 to 45 feet long, that isn't self-contained. It is designed for park camping only; and while it is easily moved from site to site as a normal trailer is, it is not capable of "dry camping" as it does not have any water storage tanks and must be used with hookups. Though designed to remain stationary for extended periods of time, park models differ from mobile homes in that they are usually still seasonally moved.
  • Portrait
  • Positions Wanted

    Need a freelance gig? How about a fulltime job? Dating services use videos all the time: here's a chance to post your video resume and show potential employers what you have to offer!

  • Postcards, Brochures, Flyers

    Find just what you need for your business with our wide range of postcard sizes. We have multiple postcard printing options to suit all your design and budget needs. Choose from quick-and-easy standard-sized post cards or make the biggest impact with our oversized postcard sizes.

  • Power & Energy
    Power and Energy

    We use them every day, and we take them for granted. But with the advent of greener technologies, many Americans are taking a second look at where they're getting their energy from--and are exploring the new options open to them. Why not explore them via video?

  • Powerboats


    • Motor yachts
    • Houseboats
    • Saltwater fishing boats
    • Freshwater fishing boats
    • Pleasure boats
    • High-performance boats
    • Pontoon boats
    • PWC boats & jet boats
  • Precision

    Precision agriculture (PA) or satellite farming or site specific crop management (SSCM) is a farming management concept based on observing, measuring and responding to inter and intra-field variability in crops.

    Traditionally agriculture is practiced by performing a particular task, such as planting or harvesting, against a predetermined schedule. But by collecting real-time data on weather, soil and air quality, crop maturity and even equipment and labor costs and availability, predictive analytics can be used to make smarter decisions. This is known as precision agriculture. With precision agriculture, control centers collect and process data in real time to help farmers make the best decisions with regard to planting, fertilizing and harvesting crops. Sensors placed throughout the fields are used to measure temperature and humidity of the soil and surrounding air. In addition, pictures of fields are taken using satellite imagery and robotic drones. The images over time show crop maturity and when coupled with predictive weather modeling showing pinpoint conditions 48 hours in advance, IBM Research is able to build models and simulations that can predict future conditions and help farmers make proactive decisions.

  • Preschools

    Preschool is usually geared to children from about age three to five - those who have moved beyond toddlerhood but aren't yet old enough for kindergarten. A good preschool program might emphasize the ways it promotes your child's development, including laying the groundwork for a solid start in kindergarten. Many embrace specific teaching philosophies.

    How is preschool different from daycare?

    Preschools typically provide care for shorter hours and are closed for holidays, school breaks, and summer, though some may offer full-time programs, extended care, and summer options. Preschools must be licensed, and most teachers have some training in early childhood education.

    Daycare centers can be a more convenient choice for working parents because they usually provide full-time care, even during school breaks. And they typically accept a wider age range, from infants through pre-kindergarteners.

    How is preschool similar to daycare?

    Daycare centers and preschools must meet the same licensing and accreditation requirements, and in general, can be evaluated using many of the same criteria. They often cost about the same, too.

  • Printing

    While it seems that everything these days is going online, there's still a lot of printed material that's necessary! And these vieos will show you great local printing presses and companies.

  • Private Family Investigations

    Family Law Investigations

    Child Custody Investigations - The videos can help you develop information in your child custody case, for your 730 evaluation or any family law investigation. Here's some of what the investigators do:

    Family law investigations
    - Proved neglect of child
    - Collected evidence of custodial parent's drug use
    - Proved that non-custodial parent was not spending time with child during visitation.
    - Collected evidence of alcohol abuse of non-custodial and custodial parents
    - Proved and documented criminal records through a background check

    Frequently Asked Questions about Family Law Investigations

    Child Support and Spousal Support Investigations - Often the opposing side will lie about financial information, current employment and currently living arrangements. The other side will do thing to limit the support liability. Our family law investigators can investigate the other side claims. The following are a few examples of the hundreds of cases we have working in the past.

    Examples of Child Support and Spousal Support Investigations:

    - Found hidden assets and money
    - Proved employment of spouse
    - Proved cohabitation
    - Found hidden active business
    - Proved spouse was not truthful on financial statements

  • Private Investigators
    Private Investigators

    They're not all like the fictional Philip Marlowe or Sherlock Holmes, but whatever you call them--private eyes, PIs, or private detectives--they are ready to take on investigations and provide you with the information you need.

    Often referred to as private detectives, these professionals use a number of surveillance and investigative techniques to gather accurate information on the subject or situation in question. Private investigators are licensed to practice in the state in which they work, and may either work full time as employees or be contracted to work with private detective firms, police departments, private businesses and organizations, as well as individual clients.

  • Private Tutoring

    A tutor is an instructor who gives private lessons. Shadow education is a name for private supplementary tutoring that is offered outside the mainstream education system.

  • Process Serving

    Process servers are needed in an assortment of tasks such as filing court papers, serving legal documents and document retrieval. Their principal job is to deliver or "serve" legal documents to a defendant or person involved in a court case. After serving any legal documents, process servers have to deliver actual evidence that the legal papers were served. The verification that is offered is referred to as an affidavit of service or proof of service, which must be notarized and given to the individual or company who required the papers to be served. Process servers are legally required to serve papers in the correct manner laid out by their state. Process serving laws differ by state, so each individual process server may have a distinctive way of carrying out things.

  • Products
  • Professional Cameras

    A professional camera is defined by its durability and utility.

    Durability means a professional camera must not have plastic parts that wear, like plastic battery doors, plastic CF card doors, plastic door catches, plastic filter threads, plastic rewind cranks, plastic lens mounts or plastic top or bottom covers. Pro cameras are all metal to take a beating.

    Professional cameras must have utility. They have to be easy to use and provide instant access to all adjustments. Today that means a professional camera must provide direct access at least to each of exposure mode, shutter speed, aperture, ISO, white balance and quality settings. Direct access means access via a dedicated single-function button for each adjustment. Access only by menu or by multi-function button doesn't count.

    Native Flash sync speed has to be at least 1/250, ideally 1/500 or 1/1,000. Slow sync speeds make it difficult to get enough flash range, and make it impossible to stop action. Trick modes like Nikon's FP mode don't count. See my Flash sync page for details.

    The camera has to be part of a larger system with future compatibility and expandability. The lenses must cover every possible need for what we need to shoot today, not just a promise for tomorrow.

    In the case of DSLRs, professional cameras must have a microphone for taking voice notes as we shoot. We need to take notes on what's in each photo, especially for news photographers.

    The only professional DSLRs are the Nikon D1 series, D2 series, D3 series, D4, D4s and the Canon 1D series. The rest, and all of those from other brands, are merely consumer cameras.

    GoPro Hero4 Silver, GoPro Hero4 Black, Canon EOS Rebel, Nikon D7100, Canon EOS 6D, Sony DSC-RX100M, Fujifilm X100T, Nikon D750, Canon EOS 5D

  • Property insurance

    Property insurance provides protection against most risks to property, such as fire, theft and weather damage. There are also specialized forms of insurance (fire insurance, flood insurance, earthquake insurance, and/or boiler insurance).

  • Property Management
    property-manager category on VideoAdds

    Property management is the administration of residential, commercial and/or industrial real estate. Property management typically involves the managing of property owned by another party or entity. The property manager acts on behalf of the owner to preserve the value of the property while generating income. Managed properties include residential and vacation properties, commercial retail space, or industrial warehouse space. Property managers are typically paid a fee and/or a percentage of the rent brought in for the property while under management.

    Some real estate brokers also operate as property managers. A broker in a resort town may provide buyer's and seller's agent services, and it may operate as a property manager as well, maintaining a listing of vacation properties in the area.

    The property manager is typically responsible for budgeting expenses, securing renters, collecting rent, complying with laws and regulations, and maintaining the property. This includes preventive maintenance, repair or corrective maintenance, routine cleaning and maintenance, and construction, including tenant improvements when handling commercial or industrial space.

    Property management services fall into two main categories: tenant issues and upkeep issues.

  • Purses

    Handbags/purses: bags with straps, fashion handbags, fashion purses, fashion pocketbooks, women's pocketbooks, women's handbags, women's purses, designer purses, designer pocketbooks, designer handbags


  • Reading

    (see Books)

  • Real Estate
  • Real Estate
  • Real Estate
    Real Estate

    In the US, there's a legal definition of real estate: "property consisting of land and the buildings on it, along with its natural resources such as crops, minerals, or water; immovable property of this nature; an interest vested in this (also) an item of real property; (more generally) buildings or housing in general. Also: the business of real estate; the profession of buying, selling, or renting land, buildings or housing."

    But if you're selling or buying, you know what it is you're dealing with.... maybe! There are a lot of real estate sites, but how can you tell what a place looks like from a few photos? How can you show off your home for sale in just the right light? Video is the answer.

  • Real Estate Agents

    A real estate agent is someone who helps people to either buy or sell a home or a piece of property. This may range from humble plots of land and small starter homes to exotic islands and luxury mansions. One can work either as a listing agent, to help a client sell a home, or as a buyer's agent, to help the client buy a home. Real estate agents are employed worldwide as the need for buying and selling homes and property has always existed and will continue to do so. It is a good business if you are honest and loyal to your client.

  • Real Estate Auctions

    A real estate auction is an innovative and effective method of selling real estate. It is an intense, accelerated real estate marketing process that involves the public sale of any property--most certainly including those that are nondistressed--through open cry, competitive bidding.


    • Buyers come prepared to buy
    • Quick disposal reduces long-term carrying costs, including taxes & maintenance
    • Assurance that property will be sold at true market value
    • Exposes the property to a large number of pre-qualified prospects
    • Accelerates the sale
    • Creates competition among buyers--auction price can exceed the price of a negotiated sale
    • Requires potential buyers to pre-qualify for financing
    • The seller knows exactly when the property will sell
    • Eliminates numerous and unscheduled showings
    • Takes the seller out of the negotiation process
    • Ensures an aggressive marketing program that increases interest and visibility


    • Smart investments are made as properties are usually purchased at fair market value through competitive bidding
    • The buyer knows the seller is committed to sell
    • In multi-property auctions the buyer sees many offerings in the same place at the same time
    • Buyers determine the purchase price
    • Auctions eliminate long negotiation periods
    • Auctions reduce time to purchase property
    • Purchasing and closing dates are known
    • Buyers know they are competing fairly and on the same terms as all other buyers
    • Buyers receive comprehensive information on property via due diligence packet
  • Recreation

    Recreational activities can be communal or solitary, active or passive, outdoors or indoors, healthy or harmful, and useful for society or detrimental.

  • Recreational Vehicles
    Recreational Vehicles

    A recreational vehicle, or RV, describes a motor vehicle or trailer equipped with living space and amenities found in a home. They're also sometimes known as caravans, camper vans, and motorhomes. People use them for travel, family camping, even full-time residencies. And there are so many to choose from!

    RVs come in many different shapes and sizes that include

    1. Class A motorhomes (bus conversion, diesel pusher): These are the most luxurious RVs, with the most amenities including more space via slide-outs and living quarters that are accessible from the front seats. There are some disadvantages: they're hard to maneuver, generally offer poor fuel economy, and have a poor safety record,
    2. Class B motorhomes (camper vans): These are built using a conventional van, to which a raised roof has been added and/or the back replaced by a low-profile body.
    3. Class C motorhomes: These are built on a truck chassis with an attached cab section, which is usually van-based, Class C motorhomes are often based on the popular Ford E450 engine, chassis, and cabs. They're characterized by a distinctive cab-over profile, the "cab-over" usually containing a bed.
    4. Travel trailers: A unit with rigid sides designed to be towed by some larger vehicles with a bumper or frame hitch. Includes the teardrop trailer: A compact, lightweight travel trailer that resembles a large teardrop, sometimes seen being towed by motorcycles. Also includes a hybrid trailer: A blend between a travel trailer and a folding (tent) trailer. One type has rigid sides and pullout tent sections (usually beds) while another type's top section of walls and its roof can be lowered over its bottom section to reduce its height for towing. There's also a fifth-wheel trailer: Designed to be towed by a pickup or medium duty truck equipped with a special hitch called a fifth wheel coupling. Part of the trailer body extends over the truck bed, shortening the total length of the vehicle and trailer combined. And, finally, the park model: This is a larger travel trailer, usually 35 to 45 feet long, that isn't self-contained. It is designed for park camping only; and while it is easily moved from site to site as a normal trailer is, it is not capable of "dry camping" as it does not have any water storage tanks and must be used with hookups. Though designed to remain stationary for extended periods of time, park models differ from mobile homes in that they are usually still seasonally moved.

    Whether you're interested in buying a recreational vehicle, or have one to sell, video is the best place to really take someone else inside the RV and motorhome experience.

  • Recumbent Bicycles

    Recumbent bicycles: Recumbent bikes place the rider in a laid-back reclining position. Most recumbent riders choose this type of design for ergonomic and aerodynamic reasons.

  • Recycling
  • Recycling

    Recycling is the process of making or manufacturing new products from a product that has originally served its purpose. If these used products are disposed of in an appropriate, environmentally friendly way, the process of recycling has been set in motion.

    Items that are made from materials such as aluminum, plastic water bottles, and certain kinds of paper (plus many more) can be separated from your regular trash and put in an appropriate recycling bin.

  • Refrigerators

    A refrigerator is a machine for keeping things cold. It is sometimes called a fridge or an icebox. People put food and drinks in it, to keep those items cold or good (unspoiled) for a longer time. In general, a refrigerator can be seen as a heat pump. It takes heat away from the air inside the fridge. The heat gets added to the air from outside. To do this, the refirgerator usually uses electricity.

    There are also ice boxes available that do not use electricity because they are filled with ice to provide the colder temperature. The ice can keep things cold until the ice melts. These ice boxes can be taken on camping trips. Sometimes they are called coolers. Refrigerator-sized iceboxes were used before electricity was available.

  • Religion
    Religion, Synagogues, Mosques, Education, Churches

    While there's a separation of church and state in the United States, there are many ways of (and places for) practice your religion. They include places of worship, religious instruction, parochial schools and more.

  • Religious instruction

    (Bible schools, Hebrew schools, CCD, seminaries)

  • Remote Controls

    n consumer electronics, a remote control is a component of an electronic device such as a television set, DVD player, or other home appliance, used to operate the device wirelessly from a short distance. Remote control is a convenience feature for the consumer, and can allow operation of devices that are out of convenient reach for direct operation of controls.

    Commonly, remote controls are consumer IR devices which send digitally-coded pulses of infrared radiation to control functions such as power, volume, tuning, temperature set point, fan speed, or other features. Remote controls for these devices are usually small wireless handheld objects with an array of buttons for adjusting various settings such as television channel, track number, and volume. For many devices, the remote control contains all the function controls while the controlled device itself has only a handful of essential primary controls.

  • Renovation Debris Removal Services

    Whether it's remodeling a bathroom or replacing a roof, you know there's always one not-so-welcome byproduct of a renovation: waste. It often ends up being more than you planned and, before you know it, old plaster, pipes, insulation, glass and other materials are spilling out from the garage into the yard ...or even onto the sidewalk. So how can you cost-effectively and responsibly dispose of renovation waste?

    These videos will show you who can help!

  • Rent or lease
  • Rentals
    Rental or Leasing

    Depending on the place and the time of year, the need for rental units (apartments, houses, commercial buildings, etc.) can be overwhelming. Here are some that you can take a look at--via video!

  • Reptiles
  • Residential
  • Residential
  • Residential
  • Residential Architecture

    Residential architecture, also called domestic architecture, is the design and building of residential properties. These projects include multi-unit residential buildings, single-family homes, renovations and remodels. Residential architects differ from commercial architects, who use their architectural skills and education to design workplaces.

    Residential architects approach heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) and electrical systems differently than other architects. Their designs tend to be focused on aesthetic appeal, and they might have more creative freedom with projects. Zoning regulations, building codes and materials are other differences in residential architecture. Professionals work for construction and architecture firms, real estate developers and homeowners. Some residential architects are self-employed.

  • Residential Contractors
    Residential Contractors

    Videos in tis section are from contractors who work on houses, garages, decks, patios, and residental additions.

    A residential general contractor is a home remodeling professional who organizes and executes larger remodeling projects. Often these professionals are confused with home improvement pros. But as they will be quick to tell you, a home remodeling professional deals with longer projects that incorporate specific design and architectural ideas to provide a homeowner with a better living experience, either by adding space or making better use of an established space.

    A home improvement contractor is usually tasked with smaller, though no less important items, such as installing new windows, flooring, cabinets, siding, landscaping, etc. A good way to think of a residential general contractor is that he is in charge of home improvement contractors, or what are referred to in the field as "subcontractors".

    When to Hire Residential Contractors

    Many people do not realize that the average kitchen remodel takes 5-6 weeks to complete. Not to mention that to complete the remodel you are likely to need an electrician, a plumber, a countertop contractor, a cabinet contractor, a flooring pro, a painter, and someone to install the appliances. That's a lot of people.

    The brilliance of a residential general contractor is that he can not only coordinate all of these other professionals and schedule them so that one person is not in another's way, but he also knows what a good price is on their labor charge and how to do some of the work himself, whereas the average homeowner will not.

  • Resorts
  • Restaurants

    There's nothing quite like eating out! Treat yourself to an evening of culinary delights at any of these restaurant types:

    • Casual
    • Fine dining
    • American
    • Italian
    • Vegetarian & vegan
    • Pubs
    • Chinese
    • Indian
    • Thai
    • Other
  • Retail Food Stores

    Retail food is all food, other than restaurant food, that is purchased by consumers and consumed off-premise. Retail food comes in all shapes and sizes and is protected by numerous government agencies. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration reports that more than 3,000 state, local and tribal government agencies are responsible for overseeing retail food and food service industries.

    Retail food can either be perishable or non-perishable, which is important for determining the proper storage procedures and inventory methods for various retail foods. Products like milk and eggs are perishable and only have a limited shelf life. They must be refrigerated at all times. Expiration dates are clearly marked on these items. Boxed and canned foods also have expiration dates but typically have extensive shelf lives. Because of the nature of retail food, the FIFO (first in first out) inventory method is used when stocking shelves. Thus, older items are always pushed toward the front on shelves.

    Retail food can come from grocery stores, mass merchandisers and even drug stores. Convenient stores even carry foods that are purchased frequently, but they normally charge a higher price for them. Retail food can also be sold in specialty stores like health food stores, by mail order or over the Internet. Pet food is also considered retail food.

    Retail food is normally sold by sales representatives who take the initial order and send it to their manufacturer or wholesaler. The order is then processed and the food is, in turn, shipped out by a variety of trucks. Most retail food stores receive at least several shipments of retail food per week because of the heavy volume of purchases.

  • Retirement Parties

    One of the best ways to celebrate retirement is with a retirement party. And these videos will show you just the right way to do it! Event planners can help create the perfect party.

    Who to Invite

    Sometimes hosted by the retiree's family and sometimes an official company event, the retirement party is an event where you want to mix the guest of honor's family and friends with their work colleagues.

    If possible, it is nice to invite associates from past positions as well as people the retiree interacted with professionally outside their own company - vendors, salespeople, etc...

    When and Where

    A retirement party can be anything you want it to be:

    • A luncheon during the workday
    • A big gala on a Saturday night
    • A sporting event on a Sunday afternoon
    • Afterwork drinks at a local hangout

    There are no particular etiquette rules to guide a retirement party. The party can really be anything that suits the interests and personality of the retiree.

    Party Ideas

    A retirement party is the opportunity to celebrate the retiree's past accomplishments as well as their future endeavors.

    The party should therefore reflect these endeavors.


    Most traditional retirement parties involve speeches that honor the contributions of the retiree.

    Usually the person throwing the party gives a speech, but you can also ask bosses, employees, friends or family to say something. Retirement speeches should highlight the accomplishments of the retiree. It is also nice to recount the history of the person's career - starting with their first job as a child or teenager.

    It is also nice to involve all the guests in a commemoration by

    • Providing a blank book where each guest can write something about the guest of honor
    • Asking someone to videotape each guest's remembrances of the retirees contributions
    • Arrange a roast for the retiree. A roast is where a panel of friends or colleagues gently pokes fun at while also commemorating the honoree. Ideally a range of people from different aspects of the honoree's life can each speak.
    • Encourage all guests to offer toasts or speeches. If you plan to do this, it would be nice to mention it in the invitation so that everyone has had to time to think about what they would like to say or prepare specific remarks.

    Commemorate Their Retirement

    In addition to a speech or speeches, try these other ideas to commemorate the retiree:

    • Write up a quiz about the retiree's life and work accomplishments. Give a prize to the person who knows the most answers.
    • Collect photographs from the retirees life and have them scanned and running in a loop on a television or computer.
    • Create a powerpoint presentation that goes through the retiree's work history and accomplishments. Have it on loop throughout the party.
  • Riding
  • Riding lessons
  • Road Bicycles

    Road bicycles: Road bikes are designed for traveling on paved roads, usually at high speeds.

    • Racing bicycles
    • Sportive bicycles
  • Roads
  • Roll Off Services

    Commercial-size car carrying trailers are commonly used to ship new cars from the manufacturer to auto dealerships; in the U.S., shipping of used vehicles is also a big industry, employed by car owners who are relocating and choose to ship their cars instead of driving, as well as consumers who have just purchased a vehicle on the second-hand market (particularly online) and need it delivered to their location.

    Like other semi-trailers, most commercial car carrier trailers attach to the tractor using a fifth wheel coupling. Trailers can either be enclosed, possessing walls like a conventional box trailer, which affords the shipped vehicles more protection at the cost of lower capacity; or open, as in the commonly seen skeletal tube steel design, which exposes the vehicles to the elements but allows for greater carrying capacity. An American commercial car carrier typically fits between five and nine cars, depending on the car size and trailer model (capacity is limited by an 80,000-pound weight cap that a road vehicle is subject to under U.S. law.).

    Open commercial car carrier trailers typically have a double-decker design, with both decks subdivided into a number of loading and storage ramps that can be tilted and lifted independently of one another with hydraulics. Unlike flatbed tow trucks, which often need to transport non-running vehicles, car carrier trailers aren't equipped with loaders or winches, instead relying on the vehicles to be loaded under their own power. The trailer hydraulics allow the ramps to be aligned on a slope so cars can be driven up and secured to the ramp floor with chains, tie-down ratchets or wheel straps, after which the ramp can be tilted in any direction to optimize stacking.

    To load vehicles on the top deck of a double-decker commercial trailer, the rear half of the deck can tilt and be lowered hydraulically, forming a drive-up ramp to the upper deck. The top deck is usually loaded first and off-loaded last, since the presence of cars on the lower deck can make it impossible to lower the top deck ramp. Trailer hydraulics are operated using a control box mounted on the trailer itself.

  • Rollers
  • Roofing

    A roofer is a professional who specializes in roof construction. Roofers monitor the entire process of roofing in residential as well as commercial construction. They analyze the construction plans and make sure that the roofing is done in strict accordance with the design. Roofers also determine the materials, substrates and supportive accessories to be used for roof installations. Even the specifications of the beams, trusses and rafters upon which roofs are installed are decided by roofers.

    A roofer installs, repairs and replaces roofing systems, including conventional, inverted built-up, single-ply and two-ply modified. They also perform damp, water and weather- proofing along with installing and repairing slate, tile and shingles and resurfacing roofs.

    Roofers may advance to supervisory positions or become contractors themselves. With additional apprenticeship training, they can transfer their skills to other construction occupations such as carpenter or sheet metal worker. Examples of typical employers include:

    • residential building developers
    • building construction firms
    • construction contractors
    • roofing contractors
    • independent contractor
  • Rubbish Removal Services

    Americans alone are responsible for producing a hopping 220 million tons of waste a year. This number is far more than any other nation in the world. Because of this fact both the government and environmental associations have developed numerous methods of dealing with the problem. Waste management is that solution, a rather complex issue that encompasses more than 20 different industries. Waste management is collection, transportation, and disposal of garbage, sewage and other waste products.

    Waste management is the process of treating solid wastes and offers variety of solutions for recycling items that don't belong to trash. It is about how garbage can be used as a valuable resource. Waste management is something that each and every household and business owner in the world needs. Waste management disposes of the products and substances that you have use in a safe and efficient manner.

    According to Wikipedia, "Waste management is the "generation, prevention, characterization, monitoring, treatment, handling, reuse and residual disposition of solid wastes". There are various types of solid waste including municipal (residential, institutional, commercial), agricultural, and special (health care, household hazardous wastes, sewage sludge)."

    Types of Waste Disposal

    You will find there are eight major groups of waste management methods, each of them divided into numerous categories. Those groups include source reduction and reuse, animal feeding, recycling, composting, fermentation, landfills, incineration and land application. You can start using many techniques right at home, like reduction and reuse, which works to reduce the amount of disposable material used.


  • Sailboats


    • Keelboats, centerboards, & yachts
    • Catboats
    • Yawls
    • Dinghies
    • Multihull (catamarans & trimarans)
  • Sales
  • Sales & Service
  • Sales and service
  • Salons

    Salons are generalized as an establishment where a hairdresser, beautician, or couturier conducts business.

  • Satchels

    leather satchels, nylon satchels, canvas satchels, business satchels, messenger bags, weekend satchels

  • Satellite
  • Satellite TV Receivers

    The end component in the entire satellite TV system is the receiver. The receiver has four essential jobs:

    • It de-scrambles the encrypted signal. In order to unlock the signal, the receiver needs the proper decoder chip for that programming package. The provider can communicate with the chip, via the satellite signal, to make necessary adjustments to its decoding programs. The provider may occasionally send signals that disrupt illegal de-scramblers as an electronic counter measure (ECM) against illegal users.
    • It takes the digital MPEG-2 or MPEG-4 signal and converts it into an analog format that a standard television can recognize. In the United States, receivers convert the digital signal to the analog National Television Systems Committee (NTSC) format. Some dish and receiver setups can also output an HDTV signal.
    • It extracts the individual channels from the larger satellite signal. When you change the channel on the receiver, it sends just the signal for that channel to your TV. Since the receiver spits out only one channel at a time, you can't tape one program and watch another. You also can't watch two different programs on two TVs hooked up to the same receiver. In order to do these things, which are standard on conventional cable, you need to buy an additional receiver.
    • It keeps track of pay-per-view programs and periodically phones a computer at the provider's headquarters to communicate billing information.
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  • Sculpting

    Sculpture is the branch of the visual arts that operates in three dimensions. It is one of the plastic arts. Durable sculptural processes originally used carving (the removal of material) and modelling (the addition of material, as clay), in stone, metal, ceramics, wood and other materials but, since modernism, shifts in sculptural process led to an almost complete freedom of materials and process. A wide variety of materials may be worked by removal such as carving, assembled by welding or modelling, or molded, or cast.

    Sculpture in stone survives far better than works of art in perishable materials, and often represents the majority of the surviving works (other than pottery) from ancient cultures, though conversely traditions of sculpture in wood may have vanished almost entirely. However, most ancient sculpture was brightly painted, and this has been lost.

    A basic distinction is between sculpture in the round, free-standing sculpture, such as statues, not attached (except possibly at the base) to any other surface, and the various types of relief, which are at least partly attached to a background surface. Relief is often classified by the degree of projection from the wall into low or bas-relief, high relief, and sometimes an intermediate mid-relief. Sunk-relief is a technique restricted to Ancient Egypt. Relief is the usual sculptural medium for large figure groups and narrative subjects, which are difficult to accomplish in the round, and is the typical technique used both for architectural sculpture, which is attached to buildings, and for small-scale sculpture decorating other objects, as in much pottery, metalwork and jewelry. Relief sculpture may also decorate steles, upright slabs, usually of stone, often also containing inscriptions.

    Another basic distinction is between subtractive carving techniques, which remove material from an existing block or lump, for example of stone or wood, and modeling techniques which shape or build up the work from the material. Techniques such as casting, stamping and moulding use an intermediate matrix containing the design to produce the work; many of these allow the production of several copies.

    The term sculpture properly covers many types of small works in three dimensions using the same techniques, including coins and medals, hardstone carvings, a term for small carvings in stone that can take detailed work.

    The very large or "colossal" statue has had an enduring appeal since antiquity; the largest on record at 128 m (420 ft) is the 2002 Chinese Spring Temple Buddha. Another grand form of portrait sculpture is the equestrian statue of a rider on horse, which has become rare in recent decades. The smallest forms of life-size portrait sculpture are the "head", showing just that, or the bust, a representation of a person from the chest up. Small forms of sculpture include the figurine, normally a statue that is no more than 18 inches tall, and for reliefs the plaquette, medal or coin.

    Modern and contemporary art have added a number of non-traditional forms of sculpture, including sound sculpture, light sculpture, environmental art, environmental sculpture, kinetic sculpture (involving aspects of physical motion), land art, and site-specific art. Sculpture is an important form of public art. A collection of sculpture in a garden setting can be called a sculpture garden.

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  • Second-Hand Clothing

    The global trade of secondhand clothing has a long history. Until the mid 19th century, second hand clothing was an important way of acquiring clothing. Only through industrialization, mass production and increasing income, was the general public able to purchase new, rather than second-hand, clothing.

    During Europe's colonial days second-hand garments where exported to the colonies and locally, charity shops catering for the poor sprang up.

    Since the 2nd World War the second-hand clothing trade has grown considerably globally. With environmental issues being more prominent and fashion pollution noted, people learn how to be environmental friendly and second-hand/pre-owned stores have become very fashionable and respectable in Europe and the US. The internet connectivity added strongly to the online trade of second-hand garments.

  • Second-Hand Furniture

    Your home furniture is one of the reasons that you love your home. Furniture is the accessory that makes your rooms come together and helps you enjoy the amenities of a comfortable lifestyle. Since it is a large makeup of our home, we often can't replace furniture as often as we would like. Instead of having to save up for furniture, why not buy it second hand or reuse furniture in a different capacity?

  • Second-Hand Home Goods

    Home goods is an all-encompassing category that includes furniture, rugs and curtains, lighting, decor and pillows, seasonal items, tabletop items, holiday items, and gifts.

  • Second-Hand Toys & Children’s Items

    A toy is an item that can be used for play. Toys are generally played with by children and pets. Playing with toys is an enjoyable means of training the young for life in society. Different materials are used to make toys enjoyable to both young and old. Many items are designed to serve as toys, but goods produced for other purposes can also be used. For instance, a small child may pick up a household item and "fly" it through the air as to pretend that it is an airplane. Another consideration is interactive digital entertainment. Some toys are produced primarily as collector's items and are intended for display only.

    The origin of toys is prehistoric; dolls representing infants, animals, and soldiers, as well as representations of tools used by adults are readily found at archaeological sites. The origin of the word "toy" is unknown, but it is believed that it was first used in the 14th century. Toys are mainly made for children.

    Toys, and play in general, are important when it comes to growing up and learning about the world around us. The young use toys and play to discover their identity, help their bodies grow strong, learn cause and effect, explore relationships, and practice skills they will need as adults. Adults use toys and play to form and strengthen social bonds, teach, remember and reinforce lessons from their youth, discover their identity, exercise their minds and bodies, explore relationships, practice skills, and decorate their living spaces.

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    Second Hand

    Secondhand is, as we all know, having had a previous owner, and buying or selling things that have already been owned or used.

    Secondhand items sometimes allow us to purchase something of better quality that we couldn't have afforded new.

    Many of the items listed on VideoAdds are secondhand. Buyer beware, and make sure you ask the seller any questions you might have that weren't answered by the video itself!

  • Security
    Home Security

    The most basic definition of any security system is found in its name: a means or method by which something is secured through a system of interworking components and devices.

    There is a wide variety of security systems, and each has special features that set it apart from its competitors. When differentiating between security systems, it's important to consider these three categories: monitoring (the means by which the system communicates with its monitoring center), installation (whether it's put in by a professional or is DIY), and automation (the ability to control various events in your home beyond basic security, including turning lights on and off, thermostat settings, and others).

    Security is about protecting your home, business, or person from a range of different threats. Whether it's locating a bodyguard or installing a home alarm system, these videos will show you how it's done ... and who does it! And isn't that the best security of all?

  • Security Advice

    The most effective way to secure a business is to use a combination of physical, information and personnel security measures. An expensive swipe-card and PIN access control system, for example, is of little use if recruitment checks are not properly assessing who is issued with a pass in the first place.
    However, when combined, these three disciplines working together create a multi-layered regime with each layer reinforcing against the weaknesses of the next, providing a mix of deterrence and detection.

    The most effective way to secure a business is to use a combination of physical, information and personnel security measures. An expensive swipe-card and PIN access control system, for example, is of little use if recruitment checks are not properly assessing who is issued with a pass in the first place.

    However, when combined, these three disciplines working together create a 'multi-layered' regime with each layer reinforcing against the weaknesses of the next, providing a mix of deterrence and detection.
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    The most effective way to secure a business is to use a combination of physical, information and personnel security measures. An expensive swipe-card and PIN access control system, for example, is of little use if recruitment checks are not properly assessing who is issued with a pass in the first place.

    However, when combined, these three disciplines working together create a 'multi-layered' regime with each layer reinforcing against the weaknesses of the next, providing a mix of deterrence and detection.
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    The most effective way to secure a business is to use a combination of physical, information and personnel security measures. An expensive swipe-card and PIN access control system, for example, is of little use if recruitment checks are not properly assessing who is issued with a pass in the first place.

    However, when combined, these three disciplines working together create a 'multi-layered' regime with each layer reinforcing against the weaknesses of the next, providing a mix of deterrence and detection.
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  • Self-Service Rentals

    A growing number of companies are offering a moving option that blends the conveniences of the full-service mover with the pricing of truck rental. Once a reservation is made, a trailer is dropped off at your home. You generally have two days to load and secure your belongings in the trailer. When you have finished packing, your trailer is picked up and driven by professional drivers to your new home. You then have two days to unload your belongings.

    Like full-service moving, you get the advantage of having someone else do the driving. The cost is similar to truck rental because you pay only for the space that you use. Because you pack your belongings in the trailer, you have direct control over your expenses.

  • Self-Storage Solutions

    Self storage (a shorthand for "self-service storage", and also known as "mini storage") is an industry in which storage space (such as rooms, lockers, containers, and/or outdoor space), also known as "storage units" is rented to tenants, usually on a short-term basis (often month-to-month). Self-storage tenants include businesses and individuals.

    The self-storage industry is primarily a United States-based industry: of the 58,000 storage facilities worldwide in 2009, 46,000 were located in the United States.

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  • Septic Services

    A septic system is a highly efficient, self-contained, underground wastewater treatment system. Because septic systems treat and dispose of household wastewater onsite, they are often more economical than centralized sewer systems in rural areas where lot sizes are larger and houses are spaced widely apart. Septic systems are also simple in design, which make them generally less expensive to install and maintain. And by using natural processes to treat the wastewater onsite, usually in a homeowner's backyard, septic systems don't require the installation of miles of sewer lines, making them less disruptive to the environment.

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  • Sheet Music

    Videos will show you over 1,000,000 sheet music titles, from beginner to professional, bestselling pop music books to hard-to-find classical editions.

  • Shifting Cultivation

    Shifting cultivation is an agricultural system in which a person uses a piece of land, only to abandon or alter the initial use a short time later.

    This system often involves clearing of a piece of land followed by several years of wood harvesting or farming until the soil loses fertility. Once the land becomes inadequate for crop production, it is left to be reclaimed by natural vegetation, or sometimes converted to a different long term cyclical farming practice.

    This system of agriculture is often practiced at the level of an individual or family, but sometimes may involve an entire village.

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  • Siding

    Siding can be the difference of a nice finished product and could also protect the house structure. Siding is one of the most essential products protecting from weather conditions. Probably wood, cement, vinyl and brick are the most used types of siding but there are plenty of alternatives that could be used.

    Vinyl Siding

    When you choose vinyl siding as your cladding alternative, you are selecting a nice product. Vinyl siding lowers your maintenance costs and increases energy efficiency. Some appraisals even agree that your home could have greater value when you have vinyl siding installed. It could be combined using various colors and patterns. It is one of the most durable and long lasting siding materials.

    Hardwood Siding

    Hardwood siding is probably the most common type of siding used. As opposed to other siding materials, hardwood siding is available in several patterns, styles, widths, and models which are relatively easy to install. Wood siding installation must be done carefully to ensure that each piece overlaps the other pieces correctly. Probably is the least expensive siding material between the favorite ones and it can also be painted, although painted wood siding could deteriorate as sun, rain and ice take their toll on these painted surfaces.

    Cement Siding

    Cement siding has been available for decades but now is becoming one of the preferred siding materials lately. Cement board siding is widely used in coastal regions or in areas where the humidity levels are high. This type of siding is durable and like wood siding can also be painted to match any architectural combination. Cement siding is regularly more expensive than most siding materials, and its installation cost is higher because of its handling challenges.

    Aluminum Siding

    Aluminum siding is one of the preferred siding materials for newer homes. This type of siding offers better insulation than others and it is fireproof and waterproof. Although really easy to install because of its lightweight, it can also be dented easily. Another problem with aluminum siding is that it might get scratched and these scratches will show more in aluminum than in other materials. Aluminum siding can be painted too, and could look like different materials. Aluminum siding could show cracks and scratches. This type of siding could last, with the right maintenance, over 30 years; however, it cost more than other siding material. Aluminum siding could also offer superior insulation properties.

    Brick Siding

    Brick siding systems are easy to install and will provide a great aesthetic surface that will add value to your home. Due to its low maintenance cost, brick siding is preferred over other materials and could withstand temperature changes and harsh weather conditions. It is probably the best fire proofing material, among the different types of siding materials, and its sound proofing characteristics are superior too. However, one if its main disadvantages are that could be really difficult to repair when it has been damaged.

    Stucco Siding

    Stucco siding is preferred for its durability among other characteristics. It can be used normally over Spanish or Mediterranean style homes, where it is applied directly over brick and concrete. It could also be applied over wood or gypsum, but will require a metal lath so it can be properly glued. One of its major problems is that it needs to be maintained and painted to remove mold and mildew that appears over humid locations. Stucco siding has an average warranty life of 15 years. The process needed to apply stucco siding will increase its cost when compared to other siding materials; however, it's a very quick process that can one day or two.

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  • Signs and Graphics

    Signs and graphics include large-format printing, exhibition stands, window graphics, wall graphics, cut vinyl, print and cut graphics, frosted etch vinyl, shop signs, vehicle graphics used for marketing purposes.

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  • Skin & Body Care

    A specialist will:

    1) Advise clients about colors and types of makeup, and instruct them in makeup application techniques.2) Apply chemical peels in order to reduce fine lines and age spots.3) Cleanse clients' skin with water, creams and/or lotions.4) Demonstrate how to clean and care for skin properly, and recommend skin-care regimens.5) Determine which products or colors will improve clients' skin quality and appearance.6) Examine clients' skin, using magnifying lamps or visors when necessary, in order to evaluate skin condition and appearance.

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  • Snowmobiles

    A snowmobile, also known as a sled or a snowmachine, is a vehicle designed for winter travel and recreation on snow. It is designed to be operated on snow and ice and does not require a road or trail but most are driven on open terrain or trails.

    Snowmobiles generally accommodate two people, similarly to motorcycles or all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), though special snowmobiles designed for mountain riding/deep snow travel typically have a smaller seat for one person. They do not have any enclosures, except for a windshield, and their engines normally drive a continuous track or tracks at the rear. Skis at the front provide directional control.

  • Solar Power

    Solar power is energy which comes from the sun. This energy is very powerful and hits the earth regardless of whether or not we take advantage of it. Even the tiny percentage of sunlight that touches the earth is plenty to meet the energy and power needs of the entire human population more than 8,500 times over.The only concern is learning how to collect this energy efficiently. Today there are many different technologies which exist to achieve this goal. Due to concerns of the availability of traditional energy sources, many people today are interested in further developing renewable energy technologies, such as solar devices.

    For this reason it is sensible to expect continual improvement of existing solar technology and the invention of new solar power devices over the next few decades. What is solar power technology doing to harness the energy from the sun? Solar power technology captures energy from the sun in a variety of ways.

    • Solar cells- Also known as photoelectric or photovoltaic cells, these are the most common devices that turn sunlight into electricity. Solar cells are combined into modules of which solar panels are comprised.
    • Solar water heaters- Basically, heat from the sun is used to heat water through glass panels which are installed on roofs, known as solar collectors. Solar collectors deal with heat from the sun (solar thermal energy) as opposed to light.
    • Solar furnaces: Solar furnaces use many strategically placed reflective surfaces, like mirrors, in order to concentrate all of the sunlight into a single point. This small space of concentrated energy creates an extreme amount of heat which can be used for making electricity, melting steel, or creating hydrogen fuel.

    What is solar power offering that makes it such an appealing energy source?

    • Solar energy is a completely free and inexhaustible fuel source
    • No fuel, waste, or pollution is expelled in its usage.
    • In remote areas, or small villages, solar power can be the saving grace. Sometimes it is the only realistic way to provide energy to a place that is not capable of drawing energy from other sources.
    • It can be used for low-power purposes as well as larger ones- from battery chargers, hand-held calculators, and solar powered garden lights to air conditioning, cars, and satellites.
    • Sunlight is provided regardless of whether we use it or not. There is no need to process sunlight beyond the amount which a solar cell or solar collector is capable of doing (unlike fossil fuels or even other alternative energy sources, such as biomass.)
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  • Sound

    Sound systems amplify everything you need--whether you're in a band or merely listening to one. Check out these videos for what you need--and listen carefully!

  • Sound Engineering

    An audio engineer is concerned with the recording, manipulation, mixing and reproduction of sound. Many audio engineers creatively use technologies to produce sound for film, radio, television, music, electronic products and computer games.

    Audio engineering concerns the creative and practical aspects of sounds including speech and music, as well as the development of new audio technologies and advancing scientific understanding of audible sound.

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  • Special Occasion Flowers

    Flowers are presented as gift in a bevy of occasions like weddings, festivals, funerals and anniversaries. Every sentiment is expressed in one form or another by these fragile blooms. While flowers gifted on specific occasions depend mostly on the season in which the occasion falls, ultimately it is the personality of the reciepent that should be the deciding factor in the choice of the flower gift.

  • Specialized insurance

    This can include aviation insurance, boiler and machinery insurance, glass insurance, marine insurance, fidelity and surety insurance, and more.

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  • Sports
    Sporting Goods

    It's all about competition and excellence in sports, whether you're a player or a loyal fan. And these videos show you exactly what you need to improve--whether through great tickets, great instruction, or great accessories.

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  • Storage & Warehouse Solutions
    Storage and Warehouse

    What's the difference? A warehouse is used for industrial purpose while storage facilities may be used for personal or business needs.

  • Storage Unit Auctions

    Auctions take place at the storage facility and sell off those units (usually without the customer being able to see what is inside) whose owners have not paid rent.

  • Stoves
  • Stoves, Ranges, Ovens

    A stove is an enclosed space in which fuel is burned to provide heating, either to heat the space in which the stove is situated, or to heat the stove itself and items placed on it.

    A kitchen stove is used to cook food.

    A wood-burning stove or a coal stove is typically used for heating a dwelling.

    Enclosed stoves are more efficient and prevents air from being sucked from the room into the chimney.

    Due to concerns about air pollution, efforts have been made to improve stove design. Pellet stoves, for example are a type of clean-burning stove. Air-tight stoves more completely combust wood and eliminate polluting combustion products. In the U.S. since 1992, all wood stoves being manufactured must limit particulate emission.

    A kitchen stove, usually called a stove (especially but not only in US English), range, cooker, or oven is a kitchen appliance designed for the purpose of cooking food. Kitchen stoves rely on the application of direct heat for the cooking process and may also contain an oven, used for baking.

    In the industrialized world, as stoves replaced open fires and braziers as a source of more efficient and reliable heating, models were developed that could also be used for cooking, and these came to be known as kitchen stoves. When homes began to be heated with central heating systems, there was less need for an appliance that served as both heat source and cooker and stand-alone cookers replaced them. Cooker and stove are often used interchangeably.

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  • Supermarkets

    Want to find a local supermarket? Check out the videos here!

    A supermarket, a large form of the traditional grocery store, is a self-service shop offering a wide variety of food and household products, organized into aisles. It is larger in size and has a wider selection than a traditional grocery store, but is smaller and more limited in the range of merchandise than a hypermarket or big-box market.

    The supermarket typically comprises meat, fresh produce, dairy, and baked goods aisles, along with shelf space reserved for canned and packaged goods as well as for various non-food items such as kitchenware, household cleaners, pharmacy products and pet supplies. Some supermarkets also sell a variety of other household products that are consumed regularly, such as condoms (where permitted), medicine, and clothes, and some stores sell a much wider range of non-food products: DVDs, sporting equipment, board games, and seasonal items (e.g., Christmas wrapping paper in December).

    The traditional supermarket occupies a large amount of floor space, usually on a single level. It is usually situated near a residential area in order to be convenient to consumers. The basic appeal is the availability of a broad selection of goods under a single roof, at relatively low prices. Other advantages include ease of parking and frequently the convenience of shopping hours that extend into the evening or even 24 hours of day. Supermarkets usually allocate large budgets to advertising, typically through newspapers. They also present elaborate in-shop displays of products. The shops are usually part of corporate chains that own or control (sometimes by franchise) other supermarkets located nearby--even transnationally--thus increasing opportunities for economies of scale.

  • Supplies

    Some arts & crafts materials include adhesives, cutting tools, paints, ceramics, paper & boards, batting & stuffing, balsa wood, beads, burlap, feathers, glass, glitter, glue sticks, fabric, foam, felt, fur, microkilns, tiles, mesh, looms, leather, wood-carving tools, varnish, yarn, polymer clay, print sets, Styrofoam, dowels, and more.

  • Surgeons

    Surgery is a medical treatment that involves the cutting of a body, whether that of a human or an animal, in order to repair and diagnose internal problems. A surgeon is the physician who cuts the human body for the purpose of removing diseased tissue or organs, to repair body systems, or to replace diseased organs with transplants.

    Surgeons can be general surgeons and perform all types of surgery, or they can be specialized, such as heart surgeons or brain surgeons. Surgeons may be physicians, dentists, podiatrists or veterinarians.

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  • Surveyors, Surveying Equipment

    Surveyors make precise measurements to determine property boundaries. They provide data relevant to the shape and contour of the Earth's surface for engineering, mapmaking, and construction projects.

    Land surveyors work in the office and in the field - from suits to boots. Out in the field, they use the latest technology such as high order GPS, Robotic Total Stations (Theodolites), and aerial and terrestrial scanners to map an area, making computations and taking photos as evidence.

    In the office, surveyors then use sophisticated software, such as auto-cad to draft plans and map the onsite measurements. Surveyors work on a diverse variety of projects from land subdivision and mining exploration, to tunnel building and major construction, which means no two days are the same. They are experts in determining land size and measurement. They also give advice and provide information to guide the work of engineers, architects, and developers.

  • Sustainable

    In simplest terms, sustainable agriculture is the production of food, fiber, or other plant or animal products using farming techniques that protect the environment, public health, human communities, and animal welfare.

    In simplest terms, sustainable agriculture is the production of food, fiber, or other plant or animal products using farming techniques that protect the environment, public health, human communities, and animal welfare. This form of agriculture enables us to produce healthful food without compromising future generations' ability to do the same.

    The primary benefits of sustainable agriculture are:

    Environmental Preservation

    Sustainable farms produce crops and raise animals without relying on toxic chemical pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, genetically modified seeds, G or practices that degrade soil, water, or other natural resources. By growing a variety of plants and using techniques such as crop rotation, conservation tillage, and pasture-based livestock husbandry G, sustainable farms protect biodiversity and foster the development and maintenance of healthy ecosystems.

    Protection of Public Health

    Food production should never come at the expense of human health. Since sustainable crop farms avoid hazardous pesticides, they're able to grow fruits and vegetables that are safer for consumers, workers, and surrounding communities. Likewise, sustainable livestock farmers and ranchers raise animals without dangerous practices like use of non-therapeutic antibiotics G or arsenic-based growth promoters. Through careful, responsible management of livestock waste, sustainable farmers also protect humans from exposure to pathogens, toxins, and other hazardous pollutants.

    Sustaining Vibrant Communities

    A critical component of sustainable agriculture is its ability to remain economically viable, providing farmers, farmworkers, food processors, and others employed in the food system with a livable wage and safe, fair working conditions. Sustainable farms also bolster local and regional economies, creating good jobs and building strong communities.

    Upholding Animal Welfare

    Sustainable farmers and ranchers treat animals with care and respect, implementing livestock husbandry practices that protect animals' health and wellbeing. By raising livestock on pasture, these farmers enable their animals to move freely, engage in instinctive behaviors, consume a natural diet, and avoid the stress and illness associated with confinement.

  • SUVs, Sports Utility Vehicles

    A sports utility vehicle is similar to a station wagon, usually equipped with four-wheel drive for on-road or off-road ability. It's like a station wagon but mounted on a light-truck chassis. The first one came out in 1984 but they've soared in popularity since then, though today many SUV drivers don't ever take their vehicles off-road!

  • Swimming

    Want to go swimming? Need to locate a pool? How about swimming instruction? Check it all out here!

    Swimming is the self-propulsion of a person through water or another liquid, usually for the purpose of recreation, sport, exercise, or survival. Locomotion is achieved through coordinated movement of the limbs, the body, or both. Humans are able to hold their breath underwater and undertake rudimentary locomotive swimming within weeks of birth, as an evolutionary response.

    Swimming is consistently found to be among the top recreational activities undertaken by the public, and in some countries, swimming lessons are a compulsory part of the educational curriculum. As a formalized sport, swimming features in a range of local, national, and international competitions, including every modern summer Olympics, which occurs every four years.

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  • Tablets & Smartphones

    Tablet Computers

    A tablet computer is a general-purpose computer contained in a touchscreen panel. Although earlier tablet computers required a stylus, modern tablets are operated by fingers, and a stylus is an option.

    iPad, Android and BlackBerry

    In 2010, Apple's iPad created a tablet revolution as dramatic as it did with the iPhone. However, Android tablets have given the iPad a run for its money with numerous models from many vendors.

    Windows Tablets

    In 2000, Microsoft introduced a tablet version of Windows. However, Windows tablets were not widely used until Windows 8 changed the game in 2012. Any program that runs on a Windows PC can run on a Windows 8 tablet.

    Thousands of Applications

    Just like smartphones, tablets come with a Web browser and a variety of installed apps; however, a huge number of free and paid apps are available from the vendor's online store.


    a smartphone is a device that lets you make telephone calls, but also adds in features that, in the past, you would have found only on a personal digital assistant or a computer--such as the ability to send and receive e-mail and edit Office documents, for example.

    But, to really understand what a smartphone is (and is not), we should start with a history lesson. In the beginning, there were cell phones and personal digital assistants (or PDAs). Cell phones were used for making calls--and not much else--while PDAs, like the Palm Pilot, were used as personal, portable organizers. A PDA could store your contact info and a to-do list, and could sync with your computer.

    Eventually, PDAs gained wireless connectivity and were able to send and receive email. Cell phones, meanwhile, gained messaging capabilities, too. PDAs then added cellular phone features, while cell phones added more PDA-like (and even computer-like) features. The result was the smartphone.

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  • Tandem Bicycles

    Tandem bicycles: Tandem bikes allow two cyclists of differing strength and ability to ride together.

  • Tattoo Equipment

    A tattoo machine is a hand-held device generally used to create a tattoo, a permanent marking of the skin with indelible ink. Modern tattoo machines use electromagnetic coils to move an armature bar up and down. Connected to the armature bar is a barred needle grouping that pushes ink into the skin. Tattoo artists generally use the term "machine" or even "iron" to refer to their equipment. The word "gun" is often used but many tattoo professionals dislike it. In addition to "coiled" tattoo machine there are also Rotary Tattoo Machines, which are powered by regulated motors rather than electromagnetic coils.

    There are many types of machines. Liners and shaders are the more common machines from a technical standpoint. Mechanically, there are coil tattoo machines; also pneumatic machines, and rotary, or linear, tattoo machines.

    • Rotary tattoo machine: A rotary tattoo machine, built in 1978 by Manfred Kohrs of Germany. Rotary tattoo machines were the original machines, based on rotary technology, which was invented by Samuel O'Reilly and improved by the tattoo artists through the years. Rotary type machines use an electric motor to drive the needles. Some recent upgrades include using an armature bar to increase efficiency, a characteristic of coil machines. Recently, there have been improvements to make this type of machine pneumatic, in place of the electric motor used now.
    • Coil tattoo machine: Coil tattoo machines are the most commonly seen and used. These machines use an electromagnetic circuit to move the needle grouping. There are many variations, from single-coiled machines to triple-coiled machines. They can be made from many different materials and in many different sizes and shapes. Dual-coiled machines are considered to be standard. The coils generally range from 8 to 10 wrap. The coils create the impedance, or resistance, used to properly regulate the machine's speed and power. This causes less trauma to the skin.
    • Liner tattoo machine: The purpose of a liner machine is to lay the ink in the skin in one single pass to create a dominant line. It uses a short contact circuit (about 1.5mm-2mm), which causes the machine to cycle faster.
    • Shader tattoo machine: The shader machine is commonly used to shade black or variants of black ink. Also colors other than black are used in this type of machine. The saturation level of this machine is low. It uses a bigger contact gap than a liner (about 2mm-3.5mm) to make it cycle slightly slower. This machine is also used for sculpting lines. Some artists will use this type of machine for all lines, as it allows the lines to be retraced with less trauma to the skin.
    • Pneumatic tattoo machine: Tattoo artist Carson Hill in the year 2000 invented the first pneumatic tattoo machine and began the patent process. A pneumatic tattoo machine is powered by an air compressor, and they are extremely lightweight. Pneumatic tattoo machines use pressurized air to power the tattoo machine and drive the needles up and down. These tattoo machines are entirely autoclavable, so that the entire tattoo machine can be placed in the autoclave and sterilized fully without any major disassembly, unlike traditional coil machines which require complete disassembly before being placed into an autoclave.

    Tattoo machines are not limited to just these types. A common variant is having a "cutback", which uses stiffer front springs. This is more commonly used in liners, but is known to be used on shader machines, more typically for portrait work. Machines are usually categorized into long stroke and short stroke varieties. The longer-stroked machines are good for coloring and shading, as well as sculpting lines, while doing less damage to clients' skin. Shorter-stroke machines are commonly used for lining in a single pass style, and also in a shader setup to achieve a more subtle gradation of black such as would be found in portraits. Length, width, tension, angle, and stiffness of the spring varies the functionality of the machine. The contact gaps, as well as capacitors and even the style of machine and its angles of deflection, can also all be variants in machine tuning. The proper tuning of the machine is essential for the type of machine being used, also for the type of tattoo the artist is doing.

  • Tattoo Studios

    Accepted by mainstream America as an art form, profession and fashion statement in the 1990s, tattooing remains a trendy fashion statement. Many people are acquiring tattoos and the tattoo industry is steadily on the rise.

    Looking for a tattoo studio in your area? You can find it here!

  • Tattoos & Piercing

    Both tattoos and piercings are body modifications. Tattooing involves the placement of pigment into the skin's dermis, while piercing is the practice of puncturing or cutting a part of the body and creating an opening in which jewelry may be worn. Tattoos are considered art forms. You can watch both these procedures on these videos!

  • Tax Attorneys

    A tax attorney can do far more for you than help file your income taxes. A tax attorney can offer you guidance that helps you save thousands of dollars in the filing of your taxes. A tax attorney has a thorough understanding of all of the deductions that can apply in your case. You may not know whether you should itemize your deductions. The IRS states that you must itemize your deductions if you are unable to make use of the standard deduction. The problem is that knowing when you should itemize can be tricky, and a tax lawyer can help you make this important decision. He or she may help you deal with an audit notice from the IRS. When you feel like the IRS is pursuing an invalid claim against you, a tax lawyer can be your advocate in tax court.

  • Tax Preparation Specialist

    The tax preparation specialist provides you with the business management of financial, accounting, payroll, taxes personal and other business issues. Meet some of them in these videos!

    The term "tax specialist" can refer to a variety of positions and roles - tax accountants, tax advisors, tax preparers, tax managers, etc. However, one thing all of these jobs have in common is the need for expertise in tax. They utilize this expertise to guide companies and clients through increasingly complex and labyrinthine tax rules and regulations.

  • Technical Surveillance Countermeasures

    TSCM (technical surveillance counter-measures) is the original United States Federal government abbreviation denoting the process of bug-sweeping or electronic countersurveillance. It is related to ELINT, SIGINT and electronic countermeasures (ECM).

    The United States Department of Defense defines a TSCM survey as a service provided by qualified personnel to detect the presence of technical surveillance devices and hazards and to identify technical security weaknesses that could aid in the conduct of a technical penetration of the surveyed facility. A TSCM survey will provide a professional evaluation of the facility's technical security posture and normally will consist of a thorough visual, electronic, and physical examination in and about the surveyed facility.

    This definition is however lacking some of the technical scope involved. COMSEC (communications security), ITSEC (information technology security) and physical security are also a major part of the work in the modern environment. The advent of multimedia devices and remote control technologies allow huge scope for removal of massive amounts of data in very secure environments by the staff employed within, with or without their knowledge.

    Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM) can best be defined as The systematic physical and electronic examination of a designated area by properly trained, qualified and equipped persons in an attempt to discover electronic eavesdropping devices, security hazards or security weaknesses.

  • Telecommunications
    Home Security

    Telecommunications, also called telecommunication, is the exchange of information over significant distances by electronic means.

  • Telecommunications Engineering

    Telecommunications engineering, or telecom engineering, is an engineering discipline that brings together electrical engineering with computer science to enhance telecommunication systems. The work ranges from basic circuit design to strategic mass developments.

    Telecommunication is a diverse field of engineering which is connected to electronics, civil, structural, and electrical engineering. Ultimately, telecom engineers are responsible for providing the method for customers to have telephone and high-speed data services. It helps people who are closely working in political and social fields, as well accounting and project management.

  • Telecommunications Technician

    Telecommunications technicians are generally responsible for the overall upkeep of an organization's telecommunications systems.

    Generally speaking, telecommunications technicians will be expected to possess the skills and know-how to perform such tasks as:

    • Setting up phones and fax machines
    • Maintaining local area networks
    • Setting up modems and routers
    • Testing all areas of telecommunications systems
    • Installing new equipment and upgrades

    Although most telecommunications technicians are trained in the installation and maintenance of telecommunications equipment, day-to-day tasks often vary depending on the employer. They may be expected to be on call 24 hours a day in order to provide a quick response to any technical emergencies that may arise.

    Telecommunications technicians must possess excellent troubleshooting skills, and you will be expected to know the network and telecommunication systems of a company inside and out. This knowledge gives you the insight needed to identify and analyze telecommunication systems for potential problems. As a telecommunications technician, you can expect some of your day-to-day troubleshooting duties to include:

    • Locating spare parts to keep systems and equipment in operation
    • Contacting companies and vendors for replacement components
    • Temporarily fixing issues until repairs can be made
    • Observing maintenance schedules for equipment
    • Conducting performance and diagnostic testing of telecommunications equipment
  • Television
    television category on VideoAdds

    Televisions have become part of our lifestyle, but there are more and more choices everyday: what model to buy, what cable package to purchase, what peripherals are important. See some of them in action in these videos!

  • Test Preparation

    Test preparation (abbreviated test prep) or exam preparation is an educational course, tutoring service, educational material or a learning tool designed to increase students' performance on standardized tests.

  • Ticket offers
  • Tile
  • Tiling Services

    Tile specialists offer a wide variety of services including tile cleaning, tile sealing, grout cleaning, grout sealing, grout color sealing, travertine cleaning, travertine sealing, travertine honing, travertine polishing,
    marble cleaning, marble sealing, marble polishing, granite cleaning, granite sealing and granite polishing. They also provide services on slate, saltillo, flagstone, pavers, and concrete.

    • Tile cleaning and grout cleaning
    • Acid wash cleaning
    • Water based penetrating sealer
    • Solvent based penetrating sealer
  • Tires

    Typically, people don't spend a lot of time thinking about their tires, after all, why should you? They just work. But a tire is quite an amazing piece of engineering once you get inside it. A tire has to hold up tons of weight on a cushion of air, stay in good contact with road surfaces, give excellent grip and flex when those tons of weight go around a corner and spring back exactly to its original shape.

    Plies: The body plies constitute the tire's basic skeletal structure. Plies are usually composed of polyester or other fiber cords wound together and sandwiched in rubber as well. Radial plies all run perpendicular to the direction of the tire's spin, and it is this pattern that gives a "radial" tire its name, as opposed to "bias-ply" tires in which the plies are placed at overlapping angles. Fiber cords are used because they are quite flexible, but inelastic, that is, they do not stretch. Thus they allow the tire to flex but keep it from deforming or losing shape under pressure. Plies can be damaged or cut, usually by a sharp impact. When that happens, the rubber becomes unable to resist high air pressures and begins to "bubble out."

    Steel Belts: The steel belts run longitudinally around the circle of the tire. Steel belts are made up of thin steel wires that are woven together into thicker cords, then woven again to form large sheets of braided steel.

    The sheets are then sandwiched between two layers of rubber. Most passenger tires contain two or three steel belts. Some manufacturers will now also wind Kevlar cord or other materials around the belts to improve rigidity and other running characteristics.

    Cap Plies: Above the steel belts and towards the tread are the cap plies, which are much like the steel belts, except that the sheets are composed of woven fibers, again usually nylon, Kevlar or other fabrics. These inelastic plies help to hold the tire's shape and keep it stable at high speeds, so usually only tires with a speed rating of H or higher will contain one or more cap plies. The number and composition of belts and plies can be found imprinted on the tire sidewall.

    Many tires are now made with "jointless" steel belts and cap plies. Instead of simply clamping the ends of the belts or plies together, which creates a slight roundness irregularity in the tire, the ends are woven or otherwise seamlessly connected. This tends to result in a smoother-running tire.

    Bead and Chaffer: The area where the tire seats against the edges of the wheel, creating the seal that holds air in the tire is called the bead on both the wheel and the tire. In tires, the beads are composed of two braided steel cords encased in a very thick rigid plug of rubber called the chaffer. The chaffer protects the body plies against abrasion from the steel bead wires and helps to stiffen the bead area of the tire.

  • Tool, Equipment Auctions

    Tool and equipment auctions can include auctioning off construction eqipment, agricultural equipment, vehicles, transport trucks, forestry and environmental tools, lifting and material handling equipment, asphalt and concrete, and drilling and mining.

  • Tooling & Milling
  • Tools
  • Tourism & travel

    One out of every 18 Americans is employed, either directly or indirectly, in a travel or tourism-related industry. Travel involves transportation (airline travel, train travel, car travel) and tourism encompasses a wide range of activities (visiting foreign countries, sightseeing, museums, taking tours, ecotours and ecotourism, boat tours, duck tours, glass-bottomed boats, hiking, walking, shopping.

  • Towing

    Includes wreckers, towing, roadside assistance, transport, residential, and removal.

    Whether you are locked out of your car, have a dead battery or ran out of gas. Start your video search for roadside services in your area here. If you're moving a vehicle more than 150 miles you are likely looking for a long distance company.

  • Tractors
  • Trailers
    1. Travel trailers: A unit with rigid sides designed to be towed by some larger vehicles with a bumper or frame hitch.
      1. Teardrop trailer: A compact, lightweight travel trailer that resembles a large teardrop, sometimes seen being towed by motorcycles.
      2. Hybrid trailer: A blend between a travel trailer and a folding (tent) trailer. One type has rigid sides and pull-out tent sections (usually beds) while another type's top section of walls and its roof can be lowered over its bottom section to reduce its height for towing.
      3. Fifth-wheel trailer: Designed to be towed by a pickup or medium duty truck equipped with a special hitch called a fifth wheel coupling. Part of the trailer body extends over the truck bed, shortening the total length of the vehicle and trailer combined.
      4. Park model: This is a larger travel trailer, usually 35 to 45 feet long, that isn't self-contained. It is designed for park camping only; and while it is easily moved from site to site as a normal trailer is, it is not capable of "dry camping" as it does not have any water storage tanks and must be used with hookups. Though designed to remain stationary for extended periods of time, park models differ from mobile homes in that they are usually still seasonally moved.
  • Trailers
  • Training
  • Training for travel careers
  • Travel & Tourism

    Tourism is travel for recreation, leisure, religious, family, or business purposes, usually for a limited duration. Tourism is commonly associated with international travel, but may also refer to travel to another place within the same country. Here's where you can connect with those offering travel deals, travel education, and last-minute travel availability.

  • Travel Agencies

    A travel agency is a private retailer providing travel- and tourism-related services on behalf of suppliers like airlines, car rentals, cruise lines, hotels, railways, and package tours. Most travel agencies have a separate department that makes travel arrangements for business travelers.

  • Trips, expeditions and tours
  • Truck Rentals

    Whether you're renting a truck for a one-time project or for longer, there are options here for you.

    If you're moving, consider working with a company that offers pick-up and drop-off at both your starting and ending locations.

  • Trucking and shipping
    Moving and Shipping
  • Trucks
    new trucks

    A pickup truck is a light-duty truck with an enclosed cab and an open cargo area with low sides and tailgate. Once a work tool with few creature comforts, by the 1990s less than 15 percent of owners reported use in work as the pickup truck's primary purpose. Today in North America, the pickup is mostly used like a passenger car. Whether you need one for work or play, there are videos here with some great deals!

  • TV & Internet

    (see also television)

  • TV Repair
  • TV Sales
  • TV Service


  • Undercover Investigations

    To go "undercover" is to avoid detection by the entity one is observing, and especially to disguise one's own identity or use an assumed identity for the purposes of gaining the trust of an individual or organization to learn or confirm confidential information or to gain the trust of targeted individuals in order to gather information or evidence. Traditionally, it is a technique employed by law enforcement agencies or private investigators, and a person who works in such a role is commonly referred to as an undercov

  • Urban

    Urban agriculture is the practice of cultivating, processing, and distributing food in or around a village, town, or city. Urban agriculture can also involve animal husbandry, aquaculture, agroforestry, Urban beekeeping, and horticulture. These activities occur in peri-urban areas as well.

    By transforming land into urban farms, this will enable citizens to grow food for themselves and to sell. This will increase the availability of fresh produce in Boston neighborhoods which is particularly important for low income neighborhoods that may not have sufficient access to healthy food. These farms will also improve the aesthetics of neighborhoods and bring neighbors together around gardens.

  • Utility


  • Vacation Properties

    A vacation rental is the renting out of a furnished apartment or house on a temporary basis to tourists as an alternative to a hotel. The term vacation rental is mainly used in the US. In Europe the term villa rental or villa holiday is preferred for rentals of detached houses in warm climates. Other terms used are self-catering rentals, holiday homes, holiday lets (in the United Kingdom), cottage holidays (for rentals of smaller accommodation in rural locations) and gites (in rural locations in France).

  • Vacation Rentals
  • Vacation Rentals

    Vacation rental homes are gaining popularity, not just for family vacations at the beach but among independent travelers as well. For families, a vacation rental is an easy way to get more bang for your buck -- a rental home will almost always yield more space at a lower price than a hotel room. If you're a tourist who wants to feel like a local on your next trip abroad, a rental can help you do just that. And if you're looking to make fantasy into reality, renting could be your chance to discover what it really feels like to live in an oceanfront villa in Maui.

    There's no better time than the present to try a vacation rental property. With many properties to choose from, baby boomers looking for extended stays, honeymooners longing for exotic luxury and weekend travelers needing a getaway house are catching on to the trend.

    Most people imagine beach houses when they think of vacation rentals, but these are just one segment of an ever-growing industry. You can rent an apartment in Paris, a villa in Tuscany, a brownstone in Brooklyn, a villa in Bali, a penthouse in Sydney or a treehouse in Puerto Rico. Whatever kind of lodging you're interested in, no matter how exotic, chances are you can rent it.
    In most cases you'll have more space, more privacy and more money in your pocket when you choose a vacation rental rather than a hotel. You'll also most likely have access to a kitchen and washer/dryer. If your property is part of a larger resort or condo complex, you might also enjoy privileges like golf, tennis and concierge service.

    Not all rentals are created equal. Private single-family homes may not have the same amenities that condos or villas within a resort community will. When renting the single-family home variety you may forfeit maid service, concierge service, room service and in-house restaurants -- and you might even have to bring your own linens. Beach homes usually have more rigid check-in dates than hotels (many rentals are on a set schedule, typically Saturday to Saturday) and may not offer any special perks. Beach chairs, bikes and baby equipment will probably have to be rented on your own.

    Resort homes, condos and villas located within a resort community or condo complex generally offer a more complete amenities package. Depending on the destination, linens, beach towels and bath towels may be provided. The property may also offer daily or weekly maid service, often at extra cost. You'll find more flexible check-in dates in this type of accommodation than you would at a single-family beach house.

  • Vacations
    Health and Fitness

    family vacations, educational vacations, travel vacations, volunteer vacations.

  • Van Rentals

    You can rent:

    • A van is a covered boxlike motor vehicle, typically having a rear door and sliding doors on the side panels, used for transporting goods or people.
    • A minivan is a personal-use small van featuring sliding doors for passenger access and configurable, stowable, or removable seating. Taller than a sedan, hatchback, or a station wagon, the minivan has a shared interior volume that can flexibly reconfigure to prioritize either seating or cargo volume, with rear cargo access via a liftgate or tailgate.
  • Vans, Minivans

    A minivan is a personal-use small van featuring sliding doors for passenger access and configurable, stowable, or removable seating. Taller than a sedan, hatchback, or a station wagon, the minivan has a shared interior volume that can flexibly reconfigure to prioritize either seating or cargo volume, with rear cargo access via a liftgate or tailgate.

  • Vehicle
  • Vehicle Insurance

    Vehicle insurance (also known as car insurance or motor insurance) is insurance purchased for cars, trucks, motorcycles, and other road vehicles. Its primary use is to provide financial protection against physical damage and/or bodily injury resulting from traffic collisions. Vehicle insurance may additionally offer financial protection against vehicle theft and vehicle damage.

  • Vehicle wraps
  • Veterinarians

    A veterinarian is a licensed doctor of animal health who has trained at a university and provides medical and surgical care for animals. The professional designation is "doctor of veterinary medicine" (DVM). In urban areas, veterinarians care for cats and dogs for the most part. But they will also see small and exotic pets such as birds, small mammals and reptiles, and possibly zoo animals. In more rural areas, a veterinarian will see farm animals including cows, horses, sheep and pigs, as well

  • Video Converter Boxes

    A cable converter box or television converter box is an electronic tuning device that transposes/converts any of the available channels from a cable television service to an analog RF signal on a single channel, usually VHF channel 3 or 4, or to a different output for digital televisions such as HDMI. The device allows a television set that is not "cable ready" to receive cable channels. While later televisions were "cable ready" with a standard converter built-in, the existence of premium television (aka pay per view) and the advent of digital cable have continued the need for various forms of these devices for cable television reception. While not an explicit part of signal conversion, many cable converter boxes include forms of descrambling to manage carrier-controlled access restriction to various channels.

    Cable-ready televisions and other cable-aware A/V devices such as video recorders can similarly convert cable channels to a regular television set, but these do not include advanced capabilities such as descrambling or digital downconversion.

    The task of a cable box is to convert a television channel from those transmitted over the CATV wire.

  • Video Production
    Video Production

    It's easy to grasp the concept of video production: it's filmmaking without the film! Video production is the process of creating video by capturing moving images (videography), and creating combinations and reductions of parts of this video in live production and post-production (video editing). And what better place to show off brilliant video production than... via video?

  • Vintage Music

    Remember the days? Here you'll find vinyl record albums, cassette tapes and casette-tape players, and even eight-track tapes!

  • Vinyl
  • Vitamins

    A vitamin is one of a group of organic substances, present in minute amounts in natural foodstuffs, that are essential to normal metabolism; insufficient amounts in the diet may cause deficiency diseases. A vitamin is both an organic compound and an essential nutrient the body cannot produce enough of on its own, so it has to get it (tiny amounts) from food.


  • Wallets

    Leather wallets, nylon wallets, men's wallets, women's wallets, kids' wallets, travel wallets, document wallets, waterproof wallets

  • Washers, Washing Machines

    A washing machine is a machine that washes dirty clothes. It contains a barrel into which the clothes are placed. This barrel is filled with water, and then rotated very quickly to make the water remove dirt from the clothes. Most washing machines are made so that detergent (liquids or powders) can be put into the machine. These can help make the clothes cleaner.

    Sometimes a washing machine and a dryer are put together. Washing machines often use computers to change how you want to wash.

    Some major washing machine brands include Kenmore washers, Maytag washers, Electrolux washers, Samsung washers, Whirlpool washers, LG washers, GE washers, Frigidaire washers, and Crossly washers.

  • Waste Management
    Waste Management

    Waste management is a set of activities that include the collection, transport, treatment and disposal of waste; the control, monitoring and regulation of the production, collection, transport, treatment and disposal of waste; and the prevention of waste production through in-process modification, reuse, and recycling. Solutions include landfill, incineration, recycling, and sustainability.

  • Watches, Watch Repair

    Videos here will introduce you to watchmakers who service all brands of timepieces, from Timex to Rolex. Whether it's a wristwatch, pocket watch, stopwatch, clock or any other timepiece, we have exceptional craftsmen ready to service your needs.

    Services that will get your favorite timepiece up and running:
    Battery replacement
    Watch band repair
    Watch Overhauls
    Cleaning and inspection
    Stem and crown repair
    Crystal replacement
    Gasket replacement
    Water resistance test

    Watch brands for purchase and service include Accurist, Avia, Barbour, Ben Sherman, Bench, Bering, Bulova, Calvin Klein, Citizen Drive, Coach, Cross, Casio, Diesel, DKNY, Dreyfuss, Elle Girl, Ebel, Elysee, Emporio Armani, Fossil, French Connection, Garmin, Gucci, Guess, Hamilton, Hugo Boss, Ibiza Rocks, Ingersoll, Kahuna, Komono, Kenzo, Lacoste, LG,Lotus, LTD Watch, Marc Jacobs, Marea, Michael Kors, Mondaine, Mutewatch, Nautica, Olivia Burton, Paul Smith, Pulsar, Radley, Rotary, Royal London, Sieko, Skagen, Speedo, Swatch, Swiss Legend, Technomarine, Timex, Tissot, Tommy Hilfiger, Verb, Versace, Victorinox Swiss Army, Wenger, Waltham, Zodiac.

  • Water
  • Water Cutting
  • Website design
  • Website Design & Development
    web design

    Web design is a process of conceptualizing, planning, and building a collection of electronic files that determine the layout, colors, text styles, structure, graphics, images, and use of interactive features that deliver pages to your site visitors.

    Even though there's a proliferation of DIY website tools out there, the best websites are still those done by professionals, who can tailor the website so that it does exactly what you want it to and looks exactly the way you want it to.

  • Website development
  • Wedding flowers

    Weddings mean flowers! Bouquets, boutonnieres, table arrangements, church arrangements, and more: check them all out here!

    Did you know that magnolia means love of nature and stephanotis signifies marital happiness? During the Victorian era, The Language of Flowers created an ultra-romantic language for lovers' correspondence in which flowers replaced words.

    Choosing wedding flowers that fit your style and petals that match your color palette isn't always easy -- especially if you don't know a dahlia from a daisy. Here's everything you need to know about the most popular wedding flowers (cost, season, meanings, and color choices), plus hundreds of photos of each bloom in bouquets, centerpieces, and boutonnieres from real weddings.

  • Wedding Planning

    Wedding planning & organization: A wedding planner is a professional who assists with the design, planning and management of a client's wedding. Weddings are significant events in people's lives and as such, couples are often willing to spend considerable amount of money to ensure that their weddings are well-organized. Wedding planners are often used by couples who work long hours and have little spare time available for sourcing and managing wedding venues and wedding suppliers. The services of a wedding planner can include interviewing the couple and the parents to identify their needs. budget preparation, event design and styling, venues scouting, planning detailed checklist (from about a year in advance to a few days after the wedding), attendee list preparation, identification of event venues (hotels, wedding manor, etc.), identifying and hiring of wedding professionals and service providers (caterers, photographers, videographers, beautician, florists, bakers, etc.), and preparation and execution of contracts, procurement of customized decorations such as a journey map, coordination of deliveries/services on the wedding day, creating a backup plan in the event of a disaster, managing the schedule, and much more.

  • Weddings
  • Weddings and events
  • Welders

    Need a welder? Check out these videos!

    No day of work as a professional welder is the same. Sometimes welders will spend the day cutting, shaping, and combining materials to make different parts for a variety of industries. Some of these may include the construction, engineering, automobile, or aerospace fields. Whichever field is chosen, the tasks tend to be similar across the board.

    They pick the materials to be joined or cut, arrange them in an appropriate configuration, then follow a specific design or blueprint to create the desired product. Sometimes a welder has to perform certain melting methods on materials like lead bars to complete a project. Welders are also in charge of fixing structural repairs and making sure welding machinery and equipment is in great shape.

  • Welding

    Welding joins metals by causing fusion. Methods include shielded metal arc welding, gas tungsten arc welding, gas metal arc welding, flux-cored arc welding submerged arc welding, and electroslag welding.

  • Welding Equipment

    Choose from arc welders, MIG and flux welders and even spot welders for those quick welds. Whether you're fixing farming equipment out in the field or working on your motorcycle in the garage, you need high quality welders and welding supplies that are made to last.

  • Welding Services

    Types of Welding Services and Their Applications

    Because the conditions, demands, and materials to be joined vary widely, different types of welding processes have been developed. Each process serves a different need and has its own set of pros and cons and general applications. What follows is a description of several of the most common and important welding services.

    Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) - Shielded Metal Arc Welding is also known as "SMAW" or as "stick welding." The stick in question refers to the electrode, which is coated in a protectant flux. An electrode holder holds the "stick" in place and an electric arc is created using either direct or alternating current. This in turn causes the electrode to slowly melt away while also melting the metals to be joined. At the same time the flux coating releases a gas vapor which, together with the slag, creates a shielded environment to protect the weld area from contamination.

    Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) - Gas Tungsten Arc Welding, also known as "GTAW" or "TIG welding" uses a tungsten electrode to produce the weld. Unlike SMAW welding the electrode is not consumed during the welding process. Instead the weld area is protected from atmospheric contamination by an inert gas, often Argon or Helium gas. The acronym "TIG" refers to "Tungsten Inert Gas."

    Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) - Gas Metal Arc Welding, also known as "GMAW" or "MIG welding" uses a consumable wire electrode that is fed through a welding gun. An inert shielding gas such as Argon or a mixture of Argon and Carbon Dioxide is also sprayed over the welding puddle to protect it from contamination. MIG welding has become the most common welding method in industrial settings because of its versatility and relative ease. However, it is not ideal for use outdoors or in other areas with high air volatility.

    Flux-Cored Arc Welding (FCAW) - Flux-Cored Arc Welding, or "FCAW," is very similar to MIG welding; however, it features the use of a special tubular wire that is filled with flux. The flux may be sufficient by itself to protect the welding puddle from contamination or a shielding gas may also be used, depending on the filler material and other circumstances.

    Submerged Arc Welding (SAW) - Submerged Arc Welding, or "SAW," uses a consumable electrode that is fed automatically. It also uses a characteristic blanket of granular fusible flux, consisting of several compounds including silica, lime, calcium fluoride, and manganese oxide among others. This blanket of granular flux thus completely "submerges" the welding area thereby protecting it.

  • Well and Septic
    Well and Septic

    The septic system consists of the sewer line, septic tank, distribution tank and drain field. The system works on gravity. First let me describe these components. The main sewer line running to the tank is generally a three or four inch line that slopes, allowing flow by gravity of the waste from the house to the septic tank. Smaller lines, typically one and one half inch for sinks, two inch for showers and three inch for toilets would feed into the main line. The pipe, on systems installed within the past thirty years, is polyvinyl chloride, commonly called PVC. This pipe typically requires little or no maintenance.

    Modern septic tanks are made of concrete. There are two hatches, square opening, in the top of the tank used for clean out. The size of the tank required is determined by the number of bedrooms in the house. The local Health Department dictates the requirements, size, location and depth. Older systems, thirty years or older, may have steel tanks which will require replacement when they rust out.

    The liquid rises to the top and overflows through a pipe near the top of the septic tank and flows to the distribution tank. The distribution tank has several ports which the drain field pipes are connected. The liquid waste water then flows, again by gravity, out into the drain field pipes.

    The drain field consists of a number, generally two to four, pipes three inches in diameter. These pipes have holes in the side along their length to allow the waste liquid to escape. A stated earlier, the requirements, i.e. the size, location, length and depth of the system is determined by the local Health Department. The Health Department conducts a perk test on the property. This determines the soils ability to absorb the waste water. The waste water must be absorbed and go down into the ground. Being allowed to come to the surface of the ground would result in a health hazard.

  • Wholesale Foods

    The consumption and production of marketed food are spatially separated. Production is primarily in rural areas while consumption is in urban areas. Agricultural marketing is the process that overcomes this separation, allowing produce to be moved from an area of surplus to one of need. Food reaches the consumer by a complex network, involving production, assembly, sorting, packing, reassembly, distribution and retail stages.

  • Wills, Probate Attorneys

    A probate lawyer is type of state licensed attorney who, through years of mentoring, continuing legal education and experience, understands how to advise Personal Representatives, also known as Executors, and the beneficiaries of an estate on how to settle all of the final affairs of a

    A probate lawyer, also known as an estate lawyer or an estate attorney, is responsible for taking a Personal Representative through the entire probate process from start to finish.

    All of the steps involved in probating an estate depend on the probate laws of the state where the decedent lived at the time of death as well as any other states where the decedent owned real estate. For instance, in Florida there are two different types of probate processes allowed by state law which depend on the value of the decedent's probate estate and how long the decedent has been dead:

    The steps required for probate will also differ based on whether the decedent died testate, meaning with a valid Last Will and Testament, or intestate, meaning without a valid Last Will and Testament. Therefore, the probate lawyer must be well versed in the probate laws of the states where the lawyer is licensed to practice.

    Note that a probate lawyer can also be hired to advise the beneficiary of an estate on legal and other matters presented to the beneficiary by the Personal Representative during the course of the probate process.

    Also note that some probate lawyers specialize in representing Personal Representatives and beneficiaries of an estate who become involved in separate lawsuits related to the decedent's estate or when a beneficiary challenges the validity of the decedent's Last Will and Testament through a will contest. These types of attorneys are known as estate litigators, probate litigators, or estate and trust litigators.

  • Wind Power

    Wind power or wind energy describes the process by which the wind is used to generate mechanical power or electricity. Wind turbines convert the kinetic energy in the wind into mechanical power. This mechanical power can be used for specific tasks (such as grinding grain or pumping water), or can be converted into electricity by a generator. Wind turbines can provide energy for onsite use as well as for export for sale. The energy needs will determine the size of the turbine.

    Wind turbine economics are maximized when the project size is designed to match the energy needs of the load while also monetizing economies of scale and equipment track record. Residential onsite energy use requires a small turbine (typically less than 10 kilowatts (kW)) that can generate the amount of power that the home requires for daily operation. Midsize machines can produce enough energy to match larger commercial onsite loads. Utility-scale machines that maximize generation for the site infrastructure footprint and cost are best suited for utility-scale projects.

    Regardless of project size, projects connected to the electrical grid will require utility approvals and may require grid impact studies before construction can begin.

    Residential-Scale Onsite Energy Use (<10 kW): Residential, small turbines produce about as much energy as a home requires. Because these turbines are generally installed on shorter towers, you need to get a site evaluation in order to determine where to site the project to ensure it will perform as designed. These wind turbines are purchased with cash, so while return on investment can be important to consider, it is not always the deciding factor of whether a project goes forward. Many states provide incentives for this class of machine. Residential-scale wind turbines typically do not warrant a detailed onsite resource assessment.

    Small Commercial-Scale Onsite Energy Use (10-50 kW): This class of wind turbine produces more power than the average house consumes but can be well suited for small businesses; farms; ranches; facilities such as schools, office buildings, or part of a campus; or a public load such as a hospital. This turbine class typically incorporates a higher level of machine sophistication, resulting in greater efficiency and power production but also requiring increased maintenance. These turbines, however, typically require less maintenance than larger machines. This class of machine can cost as much as a house and is the smallest project size that might be financed, which would require a lender review. Projects of this size may also trigger the need for onsite resource assessment, but often projects can move forward by using nearby measurements and experienced siting and project modeling.

    Commercial Onsite Energy Use (50-250 kW): This wind turbine class produces commercial quantities of power and can be well matched with campuses, larger facilities, communities, and larger municipal public loads. This wind turbine class shares many technical and operational attributes of utility-scale machines and is often installed on towers that require special permits and coordination with other regulatory organizations or agencies. These turbines often represent a substantial capital investment and thus require corporate or institutional approvals. It is not unusual for facility managers to partner with financial players while developing projects of this size. These projects require experienced and detailed project modeling using onsite or nearby wind resource data.

    Large Commercial or Industrial Energy Use (500 kW-1.5 MW): This wind turbine class is at the top end of the midsize machines and is well suited for communities and very large onsite industrial loads and can even form the basis of small wind farms in certain situations. This machine class is typically indistinguishable from utility-scale turbines on a technology basis. The towers often exceed 200 feet, which need to be fitted with obstruction lighting. Projects of this size warrant community involvement and endorsement or approval at all levels. This class, except in very unusual situations, is typically financed through commercial lenders with their own due-diligence requirements and therefore require feasibility studies and onsite resource assessment campaigns.

    Utility-Scale Energy Use (1.5-7.5 MW): This class of wind turbine, while also occasionally installed at the point of use, is generally installed in large groups producing energy for sale. These are highly efficient, state-of-the-art wind turbines that operate with exceptionally high availability rates and generate cost-competitive electricity at power plant scales. These large turbines have rotors measuring more than 250 feet in diameter and are installed on tall towers that require aviation obstruction notification and lighting. Because of their size and the scale of the installations, utility-scale wind turbines require environmental, utility, and public coordination at the highest levels. Utility-scale wind farms require exacting resource assessments, legal and financial due diligence, utility integration, and financing typical of very large capital investments installations, such as airports.

  • Windows and Doors
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    Videos here will introduce you to window and door companies, products, and services.

    There are a lot of companies offering replacement windows and replacement doors. Some of them include Anderson, Jeld-Wen, Masonite International, Pella Corp., VELUX America, Marvin, Atrium Corp., Harvey Building Products, PGT Industries, Woodgrain Millwork, The Atis Group, Builders FirstSource, Champion Window and Patio Room, Earthwise Group, Modern Williams Supply, Weather Shield Manufacturing, All-Weather Windows, Four Seasons Solar Products, Kolbe & Kolbe Millwork, Larson Manufacturing, the Novatech Group, Amsco Windows, Cascade Windows, Crystal Window and Door Systems, Custom Windows & Doors, Hurd Windows & Doors, Northeast Building Products, Peter Kohler Windows & Entrance Systems, ProVia, and others.

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  • Writing
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    Copywriting is essentially marketing writing (web copy/content, messaging/branding, advertising copy, brochures, flyers, email marketing copy, SEO-focused copy, direct mail copy, etc.), while business writing covers a range of collateral (case studies, internal communications, documentation, RFP response copy, Powerpoint presentations, industry-specific articles, books, reports, etc., video scripts, press releases, etc.).

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  • Young Adult Literature

    Young adult literature is for readers aged between 12 and 18, although many adults are known to enjoy the genre as well. The conflicts the characters go through are relevant to teens. The protagonist as well as the majority of the key characters are in that age group as well. The protagonist is close to the experiences in the book; the story is not told with the hindsight of adulthood.
    There is significant genre crossover when it comes to young adult fiction, and there is a romantic subplot in almost every story.
    The young adult subgenres seen here reflect most, but not all, of what's being published today. Book Country's genre map will continue to change as new literary categories emerge and others fall out of fashion.

    Young adult literature is for readers aged between 12 and 18, although many adults are known to enjoy the genre as well. The conflicts the characters go through are relevant to teens. The protagonist as well as the majority of the key characters are in that age group as well. The protagonist is close to the experiences in the book; the story is not told with the hindsight of adulthood.
    There is significant genre crossover when it comes to young adult fiction, and there is a romantic subplot in almost every story.
    The young adult subgenres seen here reflect most, but not all, of what's being published today. Book Country's genre map will continue to change as new literary categories emerge and others fall out of fashion. - See more at: