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Lithium or Magnesium: Which Type of Batteries Are Better for Your Project

If you are designing something and you need to install a battery into it, you have several choices including batteries with magnesium anodes and batteries with lithium anodes. Wondering which might be better for your prototype? Take a look at these considerations: 1. Magnesium is less expensive. If you opt to use a battery with magnesium anodes, it will typically be less expensive than a battery with lithium anodes. Magnesium is more readily available in multiple forms including rock dolomite, and that helps to keep the price down. Read More 

E3 Partner Visa in the USA - Will It Allow You to Work?

If your spouse has been offered a job in the USA and you're heading over there as well, there's a good chance you'll be on an E3 Spouse Visa - otherwise known as an E3-D. But even with this Visa, there are still a couple of things you'll need to do before you can apply for work. What is an E3 Visa? The E3 Visa is a special visa that was introduced in 2005 and that lets Australian professionals relocate to and work anywhere in the USA. Read More 

The Advantages of Hiring a Body Corporate Manager for Your Property

A body corporate manager is a professional hired to manage a shared or jointly owned property, such as a condominium complex. He or she performs a wide range of duties for the property's body of owners, and it's good to consider hiring such a professional rather than managing the property yourself. Note a few reasons why this is and why every jointly owned property would do well to have such a professional run their facility for them. Read More 

How to Have a Greener Commercial Building

If you are currently building or remodeling a commercial building, you might be thinking about ways to do it as "green" as possible. This means your building and the materials used are eco-friendly and don't make a large impact on the local environment. This lowers your carbon footprint and provides a more enticing building for future tenants of the various offices. Here are some ways to have a greener commercial building. Read More 

How to Choose a High-Quality Pen

Ink pens today are typically cheap and disposable; with people using the computer to create documents and even pay for items rather than write checks, pens aren't used as they once were. However, this doesn't mean that you should ignore your chance to get a high-quality pen; you may want one to handwrite letters for your family and others or to create artwork and drawings. A high-quality pen is also good to use for when you're composing anything you want to last for many years such as a record of your family tree, as the ink from such a pen may be less likely to dry up or fade over time. Read More