Coffee Or Tea Time Just Isn’t The Same

Something new is percolating in the offices of today’s workers. No longer are employees satisfied with the same old pot of office coffee. Having been exposed to coffeehouse fever – sometimes referred to as Starbucks syndrome – today’s workers are banging their cups in demand for designer coffees, exotic teas, and brand-name beverages. Getting better beverages may be one of the hottest issues in the workplace today. Most companies concerned about productivity and morale are inclined to agree. After all, why put the kibosh on an employee benefit that costs

Supplementing Your Tea Fix

Celestial Seasonings is rolling out a full line of single-ingredient and blended herbal supplements. There are currently 17 items in the line, eight in the single-ingredient segment and nine blends, and Ryan promises that the company will be introducing additional products shortly.

“The blended products really add to the aura of the line,” he remarks. “The Echinacea Cold Season item, for example, contains not just echinacea but also zinc and vitamin C. It’s the blend of ingredients that gives the products the full range of effectiveness. When zinc and vitamin

How Much Data Can Be Recovered From A Clicking Hard Drive?

A hard drive crash can cause major data deletion. This could happen suddenly so you must have a backup for all the files saved in the hard drive.

happystersThis backup will serve as your safety net to fall back on. But in the event that the hard drive crashed before you were able to save your files to another media, the assistance of a data recovery firm would be necessary. There are still chances that all data can be retrieved after a hard drive crash. But this can be difficult …

Blue Flowers Are The Best

EVERYBODY LOVES BLUE. Blue skies, blue eyes (at least in Nordic and Anglo-Saxon countries), candor, innocence, all such connotations. Blue flowers are in such demand, are such certain sellers, that the nurserypeople have to stretch the meaning of the word to its snapping point. More than half the flowers described in seed lists and plant catalogs as blue are some shade of mauve or purple. Truly blue flowers are few.

Yet many gardeners insist on having a blue border. Gertrude Jekyll, writing at the turn of the century, was