The first generation Acura NSX definitely has a timeless design. However, some aspects of it are dated now. A quick, easy and cost-effective way to modernize your NSX is to update the lighting, both inside and out. Continue reading “LED Interior and Exterior Bulbs for 1991-2005 Acura NSX”
If you have a 1991 through 2005 Acura NSX and would like to replace the rear spoiler (aka trunk spoiler wing) with another OEM part or aftermarket spoiler, here’s how to do it:
Job: Install New Rear Wing on Acura NSX
Time: Less than 1 hour
Tools/parts required: Ratchet with 10 mm socket with extension or a deep socket, wire crimper/stripper, 2 butt splice connectors, electrical tape (or heatshrink), 3″ double-sided tape
Number of people recommended: 2
If you have a 1991 through 2001 Acura NSX and would like to replace the front lip (aka front under spoiler) with another OEM part or aftermarket lip, here’s how you do it:
Job: Install New Front Lip on Acura NSX
Time: Less than 1 hour
Tools required: Ratchet with 10 mm socket with extension or a deep socket
Number of people recommended: 1
I recently purchased this iPad2 competitor (32GB version) and have been using it for almost 2 months now. Hands down, it’s an iPad2 killer. However, it could use some updates to make it even better. My thoughts are below:
“River Test” is a new game available for free in the BlackBerry App World for the PlayBook tablet. The app is actually a virtual riddle and claims that it is used by employers in Japan during the employee interview process. It further states that only 10% of the human race can solve this.
If you have ever disputed or hired someone to dispute an item on your credit report, there is a possibility that you still have an open dispute showing up on your credit history. Normally, this doesn’t matter. However, with the strict new guidelines associated with conventional mortgage loans, an open dispute is unacceptable and must be closed or removed. FHA guidelines do allow open disputes, but you are limited to FHA funding amounts and fees.
Do you have an idea for an iPhone application? Are you in need of an iphone application developer in Houston?
The future of the software development business is in mobile application development. Whether you want to build an app to make money or build it on a “freemium” model, it’s better you get in now before someone else brings your concept to reality. Hundreds of apps across all platforms are being posted daily in the various app stores available by Apple, RIM (BlackBerry), Android and Windows Mobile devices.
I was recently asked this question and wanted to share my response:
I think the driving factors are a combination of the following:
1. Frustrations by users who feel the current systems in the market are out-dated and hard to use.
2. New Technologies available, especially with web-based applications.
Over the last couple of decades, for some reason, automakers got comfortable in thinking they could build cars which had function, but no real thought put into form. I partially blame this this on arrogance for some makers who thought people would buy anything they put out. For others, they just couldn’t justify putting money into proper R&D and consumer feedback because they already had very tight margins in profitability to play with. However, with the way the industry has been hurt due to the decline in economies worldwide, they had no choice but to shape up or close up.
Continue reading “Looks Sell and Some Auto Manufacturers Are Finally Realizing It”
Articles over the last couple of days have popped up stating how the yet-to-be-released PlayBook, RIM’s answer to Apple’s iPad, will require the use of a BlackBerry device (via a bluetooth connection) in order to function in terms of email, calendar, contacts, BBM, etc. This is a major drawback to the device, which until this point, seemed like it would be far superior to any other tablet in the market till date.
Continue reading “BlackBerry’s PlayBook: A Flop Upon Release?”
There has been a lot of talk about how US manufacturing jobs are heading overseas and how we don’t export as many goods as we used to just 20 years ago. This, to me, from an entrepreneurial perspective, makes sense. Even though there are signs that the economy is resurrecting, companies, just like individuals, are realizing that they need to set money aside for the next set of rainy days. There is no telling when they will come and no one wants to go through what they did over the last 30 months or so.
I took this picture from atop a parking garage in the Galleria area of Houston, Texas. Came out pretty nice so I thought I’d post it up for others to enjoy. Makes a great wallpaper.
I have completed several modifications to my Range Rover Sport to make it unique, but in a subtle way. Continue reading “Modifications to a 2008 White Land Rover Range Rover Sport HSE”
Are you thinking about getting into the insurance business? It’s definitely a great business to be in but not as easy as agents initially imagine. Once you get your licensing in place and choose a location to operate from, the next thing you need to consider is the agency management system you will use to run your business. It is not recommended to operate your business without one. They help reduce your workload, make you more efficient and reduce E&O claims. In fact, some E&O carriers require you to have an insurance agency management system or use insurance agency management software. Continue reading “Starting an Insurance Agency? Here’s A Great Tip”
As we’ve been watching things unfold and get worse over the last several weeks with the oil spewing in the Gulf of Mexico, there is a product which has yet to be put to use which could really help remedy the situation. The Swift Spill Separator is a patented and tested machine with can separate oil from water on a large volume basis. It can process 15,000 gallons per hour and also allows the reuse of the oil which is separated! Continue reading “Clean Up The Oil in the Gulf of Mexico With Swift Spill Separator”
Looking for a new insurance agency management software to run your independent insurance agency? Look no further. Check out Aspire by Impowersoft at http://www.TomorrowIsHere.com. This software is truly revolutionary in many regards. It not only manages your insurance book of business, but it also places marketing tools at the fingertips of insurance agents. If you are using several applications to run different aspects of your business, you will no longer have to do so. Continue reading “Insurance Agency Management System”
Aspire is a revolutionary insurance agency management system for P&C independent insurance agents in the US. It has many unique and useful features which set it apart from the competition. One of these features is the “Customer Portal.”
Continue reading “Aspire Insurance Agency Management System Highlights: Customer Portal”
Many people do not know that Impowersoft has an entire department dedicated to Graphic Design. We pride ourselves on having a creative team with great vision to build beautiful websites which are very functional and user friendly. We also work with a great logo designer who has created logos for many of our clients. Whether you are new in business or looking for an overhaul to your existing site, Impowersoft can help. In addition to design, we can also assist with Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Search Engine Marketing (SEM) needs. Most of our projects involve building a Content Management System (CMS) along with the site which allows our clients to modify aspects of the site themselves. This reduces costs in the long run. Typically, this is used for those customers who have frequently changing products, services, news, etc.
Continue reading “Website/Logo Design and SEO/SEM”
After 3 months of great effort by several of our team members and contractors, our new Houston location for Impowersoft is almost complete. We are very excited about this state-of-the-art environment which will house our executive, marketing, sales and implementation teams. More information to follow.
The largest and arguably most important United Nations climate change conference opened Monday, with diplomats from 192 nations attending in what could be the best and last chance to strike a deal to protect the world from the increased effects of global warming. Leading up to the conference was two years of exhausting negotiations, commencing in an upbeat mood after a series of promises by emerging economies to curb their greenhouse gases. Continue reading “United Nations Climate Change Conference 2009”
This weeks Green Tips article focuses on pollutants to our environment. Most of the conventional cleaning products used today are petroleum based and contain toxic chemicals and harmful volatile organic compounds known as VOC’s. VOC’s have been identified as one of the many contributors to ozone depletion, and have been proven to be hazardous to public health, causing nose and skin irritation, rashes, headaches, and respiratory infections. Continue reading “Cleaning Products: Avoid Toxic Chemicals, Volatile Organic Compounds and Nonylphenol Ethoxylate”
Yet another important milestone was achieved for the Electric Vehicle (EV) revolution this past Tuesday when Vice President Joe Biden visited his home state of Delaware to announce the reopening of a former GM Manufacturing Plant that will be modified to produce electric vehicles. Continue reading “The Electric Vehicle Revolution is HERE!”
This past Saturday, October 24th, marked an important day for activists’ worldwide as we participated in the single, largest global demonstration for climate change in history. From Paris, France to Beijing, China – from Hyderbad, India to Houston, Texas, demonstrators from around the globe united under one banner – Project 350. Painted on bodies and printed on shirts and towels, the number 350, representing in parts per million, carbon in our atmosphere, was heard throughout the world. People in 181 different countries, participating in over 5200 events, called for strong action and bold leadership on the climate crisis. Continue reading “Project 350”
The major topics of discussion this week centered on the increasing demand of power hungry gadgets in the form of consumer electronics. This after the California Energy Commission proposed a plan to reduce the power consumption of new TV’s sold in the state by about half of what it is now in 2013. Turns out that some of these flat screen televisions we’ve been buying are bigger consumers of electricity than some refrigerators. A recent article in the New York Times suggests “the proliferation of personal computers, iPods, cell phones, and game amounts to the fastest-growing source of power demand in the world. Americans now have about 25 consumer electronic products in every household, compared with just three in 1980.” Continue reading “Power Hungry Gadgets Can Be Costly”
Everyone’s heard the same old adage, ‘take the stairs instead of the escalator to feel better and live healthier.’ Although most of us probably fail to take advantage of this, earlier this month, researchers in Stockholm experimented with something they have dubbed as the “fun theory.” By changing out a set of stairs in a subway in Odenplan, Stockholm to one that looked and sounded like a piano when stepped on, researchers found that 66% of subway goers were more likely to take the stairs than the adjacent escalator. By embedding a fun and attractive format encouraging people to use the stairs, researchers were able to alter people’s behavior for the better without them even knowing it. This concept and others like it can be implemented to help save money, the environment, and most importantly, improve the health of participating individuals all while preserving an enjoyable and entertaining format.
Concerned increased over water conservation this past week when the United Nations Education and Scientific Council (UNESCO) published a report that predicted water shortage will be a serious worldwide problem by the year 2020. Let us evaluate the global picture. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) suggests that in the United States, the biggest water consumer on Earth, the average American family uses 176 gallons of water per day compared to just 5 gallons of water the average African family uses. Continue reading “Water Shortage: A Worldwide Problem by 2020”
With all the talk of going green these days it’s no wonder that India is now setting progressive standards in which to expand its solar capacity. Last month, following Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s visit they announced the solar mega-project, aimed at expanding India’s solar capacity from the current 3 megawatts (MW) to a reported 20 gigawatts (GW) by 2020 and furthermore 200 GW by 2050. These bold numbers form the centerpiece of a National Climate Change Strategy and will cost an estimated $20 billion dollars to implement.