How Self-Defense Is Combining With The Flashlight

Whenever you plan to get a flashlight, you are unconfronted by this typical situation of what is the best flashlight to purchase? While the question might be a typical one, the answer to it, unfortunately, cannot be a generic one, as according to your purpose and expectations the flashlights that are available in the market also differs widely and therefore, what seems best to you might not seem best to the others! But, everyone might unanimously favor this one benefit offered by the flashlight, which is the benefit of self-defense!

Yes, if you are unaware, you can now use the flashlight to defend yourself during the critical situations, which is the latest development, about which we can see further in detail!

  • You might not always carry a gun in your car or the bag but, you should certainly carry a tactical flashlight that is specially designed for your self-defense purpose! Yes, as the name implies, a tactical flashlight is designed to carry out the tactics, such as the ones carried out in the military or the police to defend oneself!
  • These flashlights are made of heavy-duty materials like the aluminum and therefore when used on the opponent can quite create the necessary impact!
  • Especially in the low-lit area, a flashlight would help you locate the attacker, and with the adjustment of the intensity of the light, you can weaken the position of your attacker that gives you the ample chance to flee from the location! That is when you flash a powerful light directly into the eyes of the attacker that would blind him/her temporarily, in which time you can make your escape comfortably!
  • Few of the tactical flashlights also come with the option of pepper spray that could help you during the unfavorable situations!
  • A sturdy pocket flashlight can be used as ‘fist filler’ that can help you render the heavy punch on the attacker!
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How Ad Tech is Killing Online Experience

You must have, in the course of your navigation through the internet, been encountered by some annoying Ads that pop up at different intervals. Most of the time, these ads are usually targeted at specific (internet) users – they are not always a random event. As you might have already known, AdTech uses a tracking technology that eventually helps to build Analytics used for the programmatic advertisement. And that to some, is not good for one’s privacy – as they see it as an incursion into their personal life. This may be one of the few ways AdTech seems to be killing online experience. Imagine what it’s like having to open yourself to an influx of ‘unwanted’ ads simply because you showed interest in a particular thing at some point in time. This even has a far reaching effect on the result obtained by those who have their businesses online.

Additionally, it is really frustrating for one to have to click [in order to close] an ad time and again amidst trying to gain valuable information on a particular page or platform. These ads tend to divert one’s attention on some occasions. Shall we then say that technology has brought us something to love and something to hate on the same spot – the internet?

But viewing it from another angle; AdTech may not be all that bad though. If Adwords had given your YouTube video mehr views at one time or the other, you need not give AdTech a bad review on the whole. Having said this; it is yet fitting for Digital Advertising managers to find a way of making this trend less frustrating for internet users.

Putting AdTech in check

The most assured way of controlling ads at the moment is by using ad-blockers. Although these have been really effective but since it is not everyone that would like missing out on adverts, it is expedient that some other measures be taken or fashioned out. For instance, better moderation of the ads would ensure that they do not become an eyesore to internet users. This, in effect, will make one’s online experience enjoyable.…

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The Best Ways To Keep Fit And Healthy Using Technology

Health is of prime importance to any individual. Technology has undoubtedly been one of the best methods to stay fit and healthy in the current era. Let us explore this fact.

Smartphones and fitness applications have become a necessity in the present world. We can track the necessary parameters like calories intake, blood insulin, and cholesterol levels at regular intervals to chart a basic dietary plan. Articles, blogs and websites increase the amount of social interaction to learn more effective methods to develop healthier food and exercise habits. Movomovo offers a good knowledge about different dietary supplements based on detailed researches to enhance timely decisions. Nutritional and diet information is better encapsulated to take the right decisions and habits.

The uses of smart electronic gadgets have also become increasingly helpful by making daily routines healthier. There are smart scarfs that can be worn while cycling and walking to breathe good air. It has an equipment that can filter the pollutants away. There are products used to determine the air quality and humidity levels at home and give proper suggestions to improvise the interior environment. There are also centrifugal juicers to select the consistency of the juice for better fiber intake. Another supreme product is the soup maker that can mix the ingredients in the right proportion and at the required mixing speeds to get nutritious soups.

Other interesting products like the shark restraining wearable that can prevent shark attacks while swimming and easy sports recovery wearable to accelerate faster recovery after injuries and exercises have also become common.

On the whole, we can see that from wearables and kitchen gadgets to online research there are multiple ways to keep fit and healthy in our daily routines that are probably solving life’s health issues in the long run.

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HostGator vs SiteGround Reseller Hosting Features and Pricing

Reseller hosting is a form of web hosting wherein the account owner has the ability to use his or her allotted hard drive space and bandwidth to host websites on behalf of third parties. The reseller purchases the host’s services wholesale and then sells them to customers, possibly for a profit.

Is SiteGround v/s Hostgator Hosting competitive battle? SiteGround has one package for reseller hosting which has the following features. 10 GB web space, unmetered data transfer, unlimited bandwidth, creating free email accounts and access to cPanel. Meanwhile, Hostgator has not one but three different packages for reseller hosting. These are Aluminum, Copper and Silver.

SiteGround does have only one variable but it offers customized server setup and SSD storage. In the second package Hostgator offers is called Copper. The features of this package have a significant upgrade from the Aluminum package. It has 90 GB disk space, 900 GB bandwidth and allows unlimited domains and email accounts.

SiteGround provide a free CDN with each account and also have servers on three continents to help with the speed of your site. Meanwhile, moving on to the third and final package offered by Hostgator, the Silver package offers 140GB disk space, 1400GB bandwidth and unlimited domains along with other general features that are common to the previous two packages.

Meanwhile, speaking of more features that SiteGround has to offer, they provide solutions for e-commerce, prevent downtime, SPAM, Hacks and Data loss. It also offers free daily backup copies at a limit of 30 copies.

When looking at the price points set by packages from either side, SiteGround can offer its services for a lowest possible of $42 for a year. This clearly shows that they lack flexibility in pricing when it comes prices and this can affect them negatively. However, the prices from Hostgator are as follows. $19.95 per month for the Aluminum, $24.95 per month for the Copper and the same for the Silver package as well.

The prices are not the most competitive but then again neither are the features. The price can only be factor once you decide what features you really want. The key features of the Aluminum package are 60 GB disk space, 600GB bandwidth and unlimited domain. The package also comes with a 45-day money back guarantee and claims to have 99.99% uptime. Hostgator also offers free client management – billing software and 400 reseller hosting tutorials for their clients.

Now that we have discussed the features it is time to see how the hosting services from these two companies fair against each other in terms of performance. We will have a look at page load speed and uptime.

The average page load time for Hostgator is 3.11 seconds where is the time recorded for SiteGround is 3.19 seconds. This is a close match for average load time but it is not the case when it comes to the best page load time for which Hostgator recorded a staggering 1.88 seconds and SiteGround only managed to record a 2.31 seconds. The average time for page load from both competitors shows that both have consistent speeds.

Uptime is the next performance factor we are going to look at. Uptime is very important and a appropriate hosting company should offer at least 99% of uptime. Lower percentage of uptime means higher downtime which can cause people to bounce off your site due to lack of speed. The average uptime from Hostagtor is 99.97% and the percentage from is 99.96%. Once again, a close call. Services from both brands have a best uptime of 100%. The worst uptime recorded from both companies was 96.78% for Hostgator and 94.43% for SiteGround which clearly makes Hostgator a better option in terms of Uptime.

Now let’s have a look at customer support. Customer support is a factor that should not be taken lightly by companies as it can be the factor that can satisfy your customers the most. When measuring response times to the customer from both companies, the average response time from Hostgator was 4 hours while the time recorded from SiteGround was 3 hours. This difference of one hour can be the result of many customers changing their option for a hosting company.

When it comes to the best response time recorded, both companies measure a time of 1 hour. However, it is bad news for Hostgator once again when considering the worst response time as their time is 21 hours while SiteGround has the worst time of 12 hours.

The customer support scores clearly show that SiteGround has the upper hand when it comes to customer service.

When choosing the better option, it all depends on the customers’ requirement and priority. Hostagtor has more options but may be costlier than SiteGround.…

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