Datalogic PowerScan 9500 2D Imager Family Welcomes Its New Addition PowerScan PM9500 2D Imager

Eugene, OR (PRWEB) April 23, 2014

Datalogic, a world leader in automatic data capture and imaging technologies, is proud to announce the addition of the PowerScan PM9500 2D imager to the PowerScan family. Like every product in the PowerScan line, the new PM9500 imager is versatile, easy to use, and is designed for industrial applications.

The PM9500 includes the latest generation of the Datalogic STAR2.0 Cordless System for narrow band radio communications, offering a longer range and more robust alternative to Bluetooth

The Climate Group, SEIA Join Forces to Expand Solar, Reduce Pollution

Washington, DC (PRWEB) April 22, 2014

In celebration of Earth Day and as a way to encourage the widespread use of non-polluting energy sources The Climate Group and the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) have teamed up to create a Facebook campaign designed to accelerate the adoption of solar energy in the United States.

The I LIKE SOLAR initiative centers around solar energys widespread popular appeal demonstrated by a recent national Hart poll which shows that 9 out of 10 Americans favor more solar deployment as well as the power of social media to spread the buzz about solar energy. In fact, researchers at the University of Texas, Austin found that interaction with a friend, relative or neighbor with solar can spur someone to go solar three times faster.

According to SEIA President and CEO Rhone Resch and The Climate Group Executive Director Amy Davidsen, the primary goals of this innovative, new Earth Day campaign include:

The Waiting Room Magazine: The Leading Physicians of the World Provides Fresh Reading Material for Waiting Rooms Nationwide

New York, NY (PRWEB) April 17, 2014

Brought to readers by The Leading Physicians of the World, The Waiting Room Magazine and its staff are hard at work finalizing the second issue, now in publication. An informative companion meant for easy reading, it is the magazines objective to educate patients on their own healthcare decisions.

The Waiting Room Magazine offers an alternative to the outdated, dry reading material one may experience in their doctors lobby. It is the goal of the publishers of The Waiting Room Magazine to keep every patient up-to-date for the times they have to wait. All entries and articles are welcomed, from Leading Physicians of the World members.

Trending topics that The Waiting Room Magazine will focus on include: Heart Health, Aging Gracefully, Healthy Parenting, Mental Health, Dental Health (or Healthy Smile), and finally, Doc Spotlight, a section that highlights innovative physicians and the cutting-edge methods they bring to the healthcare field.

Doctors who have been recognized as The Leading Physicians of the World will be selected for publication in The Waiting Room Magazine. We are confident that in publishing this new issue, we are ensuring that every magazine will feature dynamic content that relates well to an audience while showing the prestige of our organizations members, claims Stephanie Ida, Member Liaison.

Please email the offices of The Waiting Room Magazine at for article submission or office distribution.

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The Leading Physicians of the World represents virtually every major medical specialty in every healthcare market across the globe. It is a well-regarded resource for both doctors and patients, and exists as a forum for physicians to share innovations and novel approaches to the practice of medicine.

An industry networking organization made up of medical practitioners in many different fields, The Leading Physicians of the World provides its members with a platform to voice new ideas with a wide audience of peers and industry experts. LPW promotes the highest standards of professional integrity and patient care.

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Datalogic Announces New Office Opening in Turkey

Istanbul, Turkey (PRWEB) April 16, 2014

Datalogic, a global leader in the automatic data capture and industrial automation markets, is happy to announce the opening of a new office in Istanbul.

Datalogic offers over 40 years experience in the development and design of data capture solutions in numerous vertical markets. With solutions used in over a third of the worlds checkouts, airports and mail sorting offices, Datalogic is in a unique position to deliver solutions that can make life easier and more efficient for Business. The core specialties are Automatic Data Capture and Industrial Automation for the retail, manufacturing, transportation & logistics and healthcare industries. As a total solutions provider, Datalogic has got a long history of creating innovative bar code readers, data collection mobile computers, sensors, vision systems and laser marking systems that meet the ever-changing demands of industry. Companies around the world, like DHL, Fiumicino Airport in Rome, Sinai Hospital in the US and many more trust Datalogic to provide reliable solutions that drive real bottom line benefits.

With such a strong history of innovation, Datalogic owns more than 1,000 patents. To continue on this successful path, Datalogic has invested heavily in innovation, creating the new Business Development division.

With the new office in Turkey, Datalogic is further expanding its direct presence within the EMEA (Europe, Middle east and Africa) region and local customer and market needs. The Turkish office will be fully equipped and ready to provide its customers with sales, technical and administrative support. Istanbul, as the biggest city in Turkey, is also considered to be the epicenter for business and is the ideal place for the new subsidiary, that officially opened on April 1, 2014. Datalogic is aiming to grow even further within the Turkish market and to move closer to its customers within the country.

Turkey is a very promising marketplace for Datalogics offerings. Due to our wide variety and high quality offerings we see a lot of opportunities in the Retail, Manufacturing, Transportation & Logistics and Healthcare sectors. The opening of a new office in Istanbul will allow us to be closer to our customers and better satisfy their growing needs. We have great expectations in terms of overall growth within this region and are very excited to have established a local presence in what can be defined a bridge between Europe and Asia, stated Valentina Volta, CEO of Datalogic Business Development Division and Europe & Emerging Sales VP, Datalogic ADC.

About Datalogic

Datalogic Group is a global leader in Automatic Data Capture and Industrial Automation markets. As a world-class producer of bar code readers, mobile computers, sensors, vision systems and laser marking systems, Datalogic offers innovative solutions for a full range of applications in the retail, transportation & logistics, manufacturing and healthcare industries. With products used in over a third of worlds supermarkets and points of sale, airports, shipping and postal services, Datalogic is in a unique position to deliver solutions that can make life easier and more efficient for people. Datalogic S.p.A., listed on the STAR segment of the Italian Stock Exchange since 2001 as DAL.MI, is headquartered in Lippo di Calderara di Reno (Bologna). Datalogic Group as of today employs about 2,400 members of staff worldwide distributed in 30 countries. In 2013 Datalogic Group achieved revenues for 450,7 million Euro and invested over 35 million Euro in Research and Development with a portfolio of over 1,000 patents across the world. For more news and information on Datalogic, please visit

Datalogic and the Datalogic logo are registered trademarks of Datalogic S.p.A. in many countries, including the U.S.A. and the E.U.


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Car Insurance for Teenaged Drivers Doesn’t Need to be Expensive

If you are young, one of the most thrilling issues to look ahead to is the day you get your driver licence. Their minds are thinking about the locations they will go and friends they’ll see, but as a parent, your mind is probably thinking about the risks and disbursement of having a teenaged motorist.

Regrettably, teens are mathematically the most likely age-group to get into a collision. This is only because they have less experience on the road, less caprice control, more of a feeling that it “can not occur to them’, more distractions, and they sometimes do not make the best decisions. Due to this, insurance agencies bill teenaged motorists the most when it comes to automobile insurance. Insurance agencies need to make money just like any other company and when a driver makes a claim, they lose money. Thus they need to bill high-risk motorists more for insurance to cover the higher likelihood that they will be paying claims.

Discount Car Insurance for Teenagers

Although car insurance for adolescents is pricey and your youthful child getting the wheel might be stress provoking, fortunately it gets better over time. As time passes and experience your teen will hopefully become a confident, safe driver, and his or her insurance rates will eventually come down to represent this. In the meantime, doing everything you can to lower their insurance premium will save you and your adolescent cash each month and make their summer job dollars stretch farther. Information from

Even though a teen aged driver will surely add an additional expense to your monthly budget, and their policy contract will likely always be higher than an grownups, there are still some things you can do to create down these costs. So proceed through this list provided as a cortesy from our associate

- Reductions – there are an assortment of discounts available for teenaged motorists such as good pupil, low mpg, motorist’s education course discount, being away at school with no automobile, multi-automobile, and multiple-coverage discounts amongst others.

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- Comparison shop – store online and also locate as many car insurance quotes as you can. This provides you the finest chance at locating a good deal and optimizing your reductions.

2014 Elegant Mother of the Bride Dresses Available at

(PRWEB) April 15, 2014, an outstanding company in the dress industry, has announced its new range of 2014 elegant mother of the bride dresses in the recent months. Along with that, the company has launched a big promotion for these attractive items; they are now offered at discounted rates, up to 62% off. is well-known for its high quality wedding dresses and womens special occasion gowns; its purpose is to offer one-stop outfit solutions for clients. The company is trying its best to provide more colorful and beautiful outfits for customers from everywhere in the world.

Its new elegant mother of the bride outfits are available in many colors, including blush, white, purple, green, blue and many others. Because of its high quality items, reasonable prices and considerate service, the company has gained many positive comments from international clients.

The companys chief executive officer states, Over the past few years, our top designers have developed a lot of charming designs. I have confidence in our new mother of the bride dresses, because the demand for womens special occasion apparel is huge in the current market. Whats more, all our new items are of superb quality.

About is a famous manufacturer of quality outfits. Its products include graceful cocktail dresses, Quinceanera dresses, celebrity dresses, wedding dresses and so on. With a single goal to help worldwide customers to get beautiful gowns at reasonable prices, the company offers big savings at times. At its website, every customer is treated nicely.

For more details about its items, readers can visit:

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Car Insurance for Teenaged Drivers Doesn’t Need to be Expensive

If you are young, among the most fascinating things to look forward to is the day you get your driving licence. Several adolescents look forward to possessing their first automobile and having more liberty than they did in the past. Their minds are thinking about the locations they will go and buddies they will see, but as a parent, your mind is likely thinking about the hazards and expense of having a teenaged motorist.

Sadly, teens are statistically the most likely age group to enter an accident. Because of this, insurance companies bill teenaged motorists the most when it comes to vehicle insurance. Insurance agencies need to make money just like any other business and when a driver makes a claim, they lose money. So they need to bill high-risk motorists more for insurance to cover the higher likelihood that they will be paying claims.

Reduction Car Insurance for Adolescents

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- Variety of car – buying a practical, dependable, secure vehicle for the teen will save you cash. If you’re able to, update the car with the latest safety and security features.

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- Reductions – there are an array of reductions available for teen aged drivers including great pupil, low-mileage, motorist’s education class discount, being apart at school without a auto, multicar, and multiple-coverage discounts amongst others.

Even though auto insurance for teens is expensive and your youthful child taking the wheel may be anxiety-provoking, the good news is it gets better over time. For the time being, doing everything you can to lower their insurance premium will conserve you and your teen money each month and make their summer job dollars stretch farther. Tips from

A-PDF Shopping Catalog Maker Released New Commercial Flip Book Template

(PRWEB) April 13, 2014

A-PDF, a China based company, today released a new commercial flip book template in its shopping catalog maker for customers across the globe. The new template is designed especially for business users and allows them to showcase their page flipping eBook in an unadorned style. The impression of audience can be deepened by inserting a proper background image.

Speaking on the occasion, the representative of the company said, We are very pleased to confirm the addition of new commercial template to our catalog software. Using the same business, users will be able to enhance the look of their documents. He further added, We are a leading name when it comes to providing flip book making software and aim to continue with the same in future as well.

The catalog software by the company helps in creating professional online eBook, flash page flip brochures, wedding page flip books and Christmas flip magazines with flipping effects. No technical skills are required for using it. Users can simply import their PDF files, add effects and choose theme or templates from the Flip Book Maker resources before publishing the PDF online. It supports various customization features to the flip book as well such as watermarks and a number of templates and themes. The features also include the customization of cover style, book margin and shadow. Background images can also be added to enhance the flip book appearance. Users can also add the logo and define the title of the flip book. Scrolling options can be added and the book read from left to right or right to left. Users can also set the passwords and language of their flip book.

To learn more about the shopping catalog maker and make use of the commercial template for business, go to

I first came across Gabriel Campanario when i saw an amazing sketch he had done of a hotel I stayed at in Vegas in 2008. I have fallen in love with his amazing illustration style. I don’t know if his illustrations are for sale …I sure would like one!

He is also founder of the Urban Sketchers, an online blog that features the sketches of over 100 artists from over 30 countries around the world.

I could spend all afternoon looking through this blog….but I better get back to work!

I am very excited to have Georgie Baker Designs as one of our newest designers on the site. She has such a creative, unique style and we are lucky enough to get a little look into the secret life of Georgie :)

My parents were undoubtedly the people who influenced me creatively. There would always be an abundance of sewing threads and fabrics squirreled away in a box in my mother’s wardrobe, and I would always anticipate their next outing onto the bed, where cottons and needles would scatter the sheets and the floor. My father is also artistic, and as a child I would often sift through his collection of black and white sketches that resembled photographs.
The house I grew up in was a modest three bedroom semi with a beautiful garden, and one I miss considerably.
If I could change one thing about myself it would be to learn from those who practice the art of spontaneity.
You wouldn’t know it but I’m very good at playing a few tunes on the piano. I had lessons as a child, but I haven’t kept it up as much as I should have.
You may not know it but I’m no good at maths and numbers. I really couldn’t think of anything worse.
At night I dream of strange things mostly. Although I can never remember them fully. Most are fleeting visits to another time or conversations I may have had, and most are quite bizarre.
What I see when I look in the mirror my reflection when I wake for work at 5:30 in the morning.
My favourite item of clothing has to be a pair of black patent T-bar shoes that look like they have been pulled straight out of 1920’s black and white film. They are lovely.
I wish I’d never worn fluorescent pink leggings. I was aged eight at the time.
I drive an old clapped out Mazda which I have become surprisingly attached to. It has seen me through many an adventure.
My favourite building is St Vitus cathedral in Prague; it is a beautifully haunting building, with amazing structure and craftsmanship. I also adore the mosaic structures built by Gaudi.
A book that changed me ‘Textures of Memory, the Poetics of Cloth’. A collection of artist reviews and reflections on the power of re-collection and memory.
Movie heaven … I love horrors, anything with atmosphere and anticipation.
The last song I downloaded was an album by a band called The XX. One of the best records I’ve bought for a while.
My secret crush is the jewellery made by Marmod 8 as seen on They manage to get just the right amount of macabre in their pieces, whilst still retaining a beautiful design aesthetic.

My real-life villain is The taxman.
The people who really make me laugh are my three wonderful friends who I lived with at University. I wish they lived just around the corner.
My greatest regret is not having a definite action plan after graduating from University.
The last time I cried … I cry at silly things mostly.
My five-year plan … I’d love to move to either Brighton or London, set up a shop, albeit a virtual one rather than one made with bricks and mortar, and sell my wares. I’d also love to design for Vivienne Westwood. I can but dream.
My life in six words… Unpredictable, Surprising, Rewarding, Difficult, Challenging, Productive.

Cassia Beck is a very busy, talented lady! Not only is she a mummy but she also is also the lady behind Cassia Beck Photography, Cassia Rose Jewellery and her latest venture, Violet May.

We always hear such kind comments on her work and I am personally very proud to have such a creative lady working with us. I wanted to bring you details of her newest project. She is currently photographing a toy horse that she played with as a child every day for a year. The horse is always there but just in different creative scenes. So far she has done 27 beautiful photographs so there is lots more to come!

You can follow the horse here.

I LOVE Fifi Lapin.

The fabulous little Fifi is definitely nothing new on the fashion scene but just in case you don’t know her, according to her very own blog:

Fifi Lapin is an extremely stylish rabbit.

Fifi was born one of 257 brothers and sisters (you know what they say about rabbits) but sadly there was an outbreak of myxamatosis when she was just a year old and she was the only one to survive. Her parents are therefore incredibly protective and spoil her rotten. As an ‘haress’ to her fathers fortune (which he made playing fast and loose with carrot and lettuce shares on the international stock market) she loves nothing better than spending her time shopping, browsing fashion magazines, shopping and attending the opening of an envelope. People may think she’s just a socialite but behind that sweet smile lies more than just an extremely stylish clotheshorse.

Fifi is running an amazing competition too!

Fifi’s first book is coming out soon where you will see Fifi dressed by some of the most famous designers including Marc Jacobs, Yves Saint Laurent, Prada and many many more.

She is giving one lucky fan the chance to dress Fifi for the book launch on the eve of London Fashion Week 2010, plus:

- The chance to see Fifi wearing your outfit on her blog
- A hot off the presses copy of What Shall I Wear Today? Style Secrets of a Furry Fashionista
- An invitation to Fifi’s very stylish London book launch (sorry travel to the venue is not included)
- A limited edition Fifi Lapin for Lesportsac Bag
- A Fifi Lapin T-shirt
- A signed limited edition print
- A limited edition Fifi Lapin pin brooch.

All you need to do is draw in the style of the cut out dress page in her book:

You can find all the details here.

So go on get entering…you have until the 31st August!

In the wake of Bike Week I thought now was a good time to show All Things Original what I have been up to recently. In a nutshell, I have been ‘doing up’ antique bicycles. I have been digging oily muddy and unused bicycles out of the shed, away from the car-boot sales and transforming them into pretty shiny happy bikes … Bearing in mind that I know nothing about the mechanics of a bike, doing this project was an experiment from start to finish and therefore, for me was fresh and exciting. Annnnd because I was so pleased with the results I wanted to share the photos and the process with you guys!.

Ingredients to make a nice bike:

One old tatty bicycle

Lots of Sandpaper

Paint remover


A strong housemate to bash off stubborn mud guards (optional)

And about 3 cans of spray paints

Firstly I source a beautiful bicycle in bad condition.. Then I take the bike apart, and try to photograph and bag all the nuts and bolts up in a logical order. Easier said than done! Then I strip all the paint off using paint stripper,(very smelly stuff and a bit burny if you get it on your skin) and masking tape and chrome parts. The fun bit is then designing stencils and choosing spray paints, and this takes me ages to do, because I change my mind so much. Fortunately there is a lot of scope for doing so much on the frames in terms of patterns and prints and a lot of bicycles out there! By the time the bike is sprayed and finished, I have forgotten how it all goes back together, lost the photos I took and it doesn’t seem to make any sense so I take the bike and bits to the nice man in the bike shop to sort it out for me. Job done.

Things I liked

Making rusty parts shiny ( the bikes were more or less covered in it)

Making stencils

Spray painting, sooo much fun :)

Things I didn’t like

Going to Halfords about 50 times to find the right bloody tyre, apparently ‘it’s a size of wheel that is not longer catered for’. Gah.

Having to learn the hard way that pyjamas + bicycle riding = material tangled in pedal and a heap of human in a rose bush


Although the bicycle looks like an extension of my wardrobe the essence of cycling is not lost. Idly riding around towns and parks, or doing circles in your garden (no hardcore mountains for me, thanks) is good for the soul and the environment.

And the sun is STILL shining so I’m off to blast the love handles in style. :)

Louise from Super Duper Things is going to be at – the Woodbridge Vintage and Contemporary craft market weekender in Woodbridge, Suffolk on the 12th and 13th of June.

‘There’s some fab stuff to tempt visitors – from the ice-cold cool to timeless classics. Retro and handmade clothes, jewelry and handbags vie for attention alongside modernist-style radios, twentieth century furniture (Barcelona chair anyone?) and one-off homewares.’ There’s also always really nice food and some great pubs. Woodbridge is a gorgeous little market town and worth a visit anyway.

I hope you all had a lovely bank holiday weekend! We’re very excited to be bringing you a lovely “Easy Cheat Bow” tutorial by the fabulous Louise from Super Duper Things and we’re even lucky enough to get a sneaky peak into where she works too….

This is my desk, which somehow followed me from my parents’ when I moved out. It’s often quite a lot messier than this, as I use it for jewellery-making, sewing, uni work and internetting – everything, really! On the right sits Brian, my trusty printer, whom I could not live without.

I keep all my materials in vintage tins from carboot sales and charity shops, but I’m such a hoarder it’s getting out of hand and what I long for is one of those vintage tea chest or spice chest thingies with lots and lots of small drawers!

The ‘I love bingo’ clipboard came from a pound shop somewhere and I just couldn’t leave it there- it makes me smile whenever I look at it, although I have no particular emotion about bingo really. The phone was also my parents’, not sure where it came from, but I love it so much! Really long to dial a mobile though, which is just as well to keep me working and not chatting….

How to make my Easy Cheat Bow..

I’ve just come back from a weekend away in Cornwall. I spend lots of holidays down in Cornwall and it really is one of my most favourite places in the world. There are just so many beautiful beaches and seaside towns to explore and maybe that’s why I am especially in love with the fabulous company Welbeck Tiles which is based all the way down in Penzance. They make handmade tiles, designed in a small workshop using traditional materials.

I dream of one day owning my own little cottage somewhere in Cornwall and I’m already planning to adorn my kitchen and bathroom walls with some of their gorgeous tiles.

I just love the vintage imagery they use of jellies and old household products. But I have to say that my favourite has to be the coastal selection which is filled with vintage postcards and old adverts.

You can even have your own images printed! I’ve one from this weekend that I think would be great…

Now in it’s second year, the Made In The Shade Springtime Jamboree is a vintage-themed market with the best of both the craft and vintage worlds.

This month, it’s making it’s Edinburgh debut, setting up shop in the Roxy Art House, a 19th century refurbished church in the picturesque Old Town.

From 10.30am til 5pm on Saturday 15th May, you can shop til you drop (to a vintage soundtrack) from 40 vendors, including All Things Original’s very own Miso Funky, Clare Nicolson and Dazed Dorothy. There’s homewares, jewellery, art, clothing, accessories, stationery, vintage notions – a great mixture of indie designers with something for everyone.

Entry costs just £1 and as well as the shopping, there’s a pop-up cake lounge, live music and a chance to get involved in some crafting yourself. It’s a great day out, so if you’re in Scotland’s capital this Saturday, make sure you don’t miss out!

Charlotte Macey Textiles will be busy in the next few days as she prepares for her stand at the Bath Coffee Festival on the weekend of Saturday 15th / Sunday 16th May.

Charlotte will be at stand B14 for both two days, selling a range of homewares and coffee-related items, including coffee cosies, tea cosies, tea towels, and other exciting homewares.

The event will have a wide array of stalls in a huge 60 metre marquee in the centre of Bath, so even if it rains it will still be a fun event! Admission is free, and there will be lots of lovely coffee-related stalls, food stands, and demonstrations from celebrity chefs and award winning baristas!

Charlotte told us she’s very excited about the festival and is currently busying away making stock to adorn her stall. She’s hoping to see lots of friendly faces there over the weekend, so if you are in the area pop over to stand B14 and say hello :)

The Bath Coffee Festival ’10
Saturday 15 – Sunday 16 May
The Recreation Ground, Bath
FREE admission!



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