Apprendre les noeuds marins. Historique : L’expérience nous enseigne qu’il n’est pas absolument nécessaire de connaître des centaines de combinaisons de nœuds pour faire face à toutes les situations où un cordage est mis en œuvre à bord d’un bateau.
Dans le domaine maritime, le futur marin se doit de connaître l’art des nœuds encore appelé «matelotage». Cela lui sera utile entre autre pour relier deux cordages entre eux, pour fixer une aussière (amarres d’un bâtiment), ou sur une bitte d’amarrage, pour récupérer et hisser à bord un homme tombé à la mer, pour fixer un pavillon ou tout simplement pour orner les bâtiments.
Les nœuds courants sont répartis en trois grandes familles : Les nœuds d’arrêt, pour finir un cordage, pour éviter que celui-ci ne file par une poulie, pour alourdir en son extrémité ou pour un amarrage d’urgence. Les nœuds d’ancrage ou d’amarrage, pour fixer un cordage à un support fixe ou non. Les nœuds de jonction (d’ajout) pour attacher deux cordages entre eux. Le nœud coulant. Le nœud de capucin. Voiture-balai. Free Oldies Music - Our Musical Heritage - Playa Cofi Jukebox. Mode emploi imprimante Samsung. Project Syndicate - the highest quality op-ed ( opinion-editorial ) articles and commentaries.
PDF Search... 8 Things Everybody Ought to Know About Concentrating - StumbleUpon. “Music helps me concentrate,” Mike said to me glancing briefly over his shoulder.
Mike was in his room writing a paper for his U.S. History class. On his desk next to his computer sat crunched Red Bulls, empty Gatorade bottles, some extra pocket change and scattered pieces of paper. In the pocket of his sweat pants rested a blaring iPod with a chord that dangled near the floor, almost touching against his Adidas sandals. On his computer sat even more stray objects than his surrounding environment. Mike made a shift about every thirty seconds between all of the above. Do you know a person like this? The Science Behind Concentration In the above account, Mike’s obviously stuck in a routine that many of us may have found ourselves in, yet in the moment we feel it’s almost an impossible routine to get out of.
When we constantly multitask to get things done, we’re not multitasking, we’re rapidly shifting our attention. Phase 1: Blood Rush Alert Phase 2: Find and Execute Phase 3: Disengagement. PPT - Powerful Presentation Techniques. I've updated the PPT - Powerful Presentation Techniques Resource Guide listing to include several new books, blogs, web sites and article links that I've come across or that have been submitted to me.
The Resource Guide is now in its 11th version. You can download and share the Guide - Download PPT-PowerfulPresentationTechniquesResourceGuideRev11 If you have additions or changes that should be made to the listing, please send me an e-mail . If I can be of any help in assessing your team's current level of presentation or PowerPoint skills or assist you with your training needs, please let me know . Paul J Gibler, MBA the PPT Chef and the Web Chef ConnectingDots firstname.lastname@example.org (608) 255 4092 Twitter: thePPTChef Add to del.icio.us • Email this • Technorati Links I haven't been posting to this blog as frequently as I like due to spending more time with Twitter.
I'll be developing a couple more in depth postings to share with you here on PPT over the next couple of weeks. 10 Places to Find Free Images Online and Make Your Content More Linkable. Attracting visitors to your website is a balancing act.
On one hand, you must have great information, since that is the core of your service. The text is also the most important part of your site’s content that traditional search engines read, and thus, keywords, headings, originality, and links are so important. On the other hand, few people are going to sit around and read pages and pages of nothing but text – you have to make the page visually appealing. That is where the importance of images comes in!
For example, I wrote a post last week about alternatives to blocking domain registration information, and one of the tips was to use your dog’s name in contact info. I added a cute photo of a puppy from Flickr and received lots of comments and links to the post. There are some differences in the types of images that are available online, but keep in mind some images are free and others are rights protected. So what images can you use and which ones are protected?