Showing posts from September, 2011

Outdoor Advertising & Digital Signage Displays

Painted Hoarding Outdoor Advertising is the way of advertising of products & services offered by businesses to the public using various visual methods. A billboard or hoarding is a common form of advertising. Hoardings were made of Iron and the advertisement was painted over it by artists. Recent advancement happened in billboard industry is the introduction of Flex Printing. Flex Print is a sheet of polythene on which big advertisements can be printed using large plotters. Usually Flex sheets are fixed on Iron Frames and they make good quality visual ads on the streets. A disadvantage of Flex sheet is that it is not biodegradable or environment friendly unlike the painted iron boards. Cost of printing a flex is a deal compared to painted hoardings. A 50 Square Foot hoarding costs Rs 500 to print considering you are dwelling in a village and is billed Rs 10 per square feet. Now the metal frame for basic versions of hoardings would be IRON SQUARE PIPES or ANGLE IRON. This m

Oil is definitely not the Future

Those who love environment knows that cars used for personal mobility pollutes the atmosphere and empties the fossil fuels which should have been judiciously used. The mafia named OPEC is behind increasing fuel prices to make money from us.It is high time that we should convert to some clean energy (read green energy). I believe that oil mafia has a hand in killing any new genuine efforts in this regard. I have read about the machine developed in Japan that can convert plastic to crude petroleum. I also remember about the threats the inventor met from oil companies.Similiarly in india there was a phenomenon called Ramar Pillai who invented a machine to convert green leaves to petrol. Instead of encouraging such efforts ,our governments are acting as agents of oil companies after pocketing money from them. Our scientists and oil companies discredited Mr. Ramar Pillai and depicted him as a fraudster. Ramar Pillai is believed to have sold petrol to autorickshaw drivers at discounted