La conception a été faite par STIL Solution Boitier et sera présenté à la conférence de l’AMIA 2009 !La conférence cette année sera tenue à St.Louis, MO du 4 au 7 novembre.
Rencontrez-moi au kiosque #8 !
Je vous présenterai notre nouveauté:
Le Boitier de BANDE AUDIO de STIL, VOTRE MEILLEURE SOLUTION pour préserver vos bobines de 310mm et moins !
Imaginez ! Un autre produit unique, efficace et pratique!
Allez jeter un coup d’oeil à l’animation : http://www.stilcasing.com/preservation_analogique_film.html
Pour l’information détaillée de cette conférence : http://www.amiaconference.com/
A bientôt !
NEW & UNIQUE AUDIO TAPE BOX
Design by STIL CASING SOLUTION will be presented at the AMIA 2009 Conference!
This year’s AMIA Annual Conference will be held in St.Louis, MO from November 4th to 7th.
MEET ME AT BOOTH #8!
I will be there to present you with our latest:
THE STIL AUDIO TAPE BOX, YOUR BEST SOLUTION, to package and preserve your audio reel and 1/4 inch audio tape.
We have designed the first ever inert polypropylene case for reel to reel and for 1/4 inch audio tapes!
Imagine! One more new unique high efficient and pratical STiL product!
Go take a peek at the animation: http://www.stilcasing.com/analog_audio_preservation.html
Here is the link for the detailed conference information: http://amiaconference.com/
See you there!
The very first Thanksgiving celebration in Canada took place in 1578, when Martin Frobisher, an explorer from England arrived in Newfoundland, he wanted to give thanks for his safe arrival to the New World.
Thanksgiving was celebrated either in late October or early November, for many hundred years, until it was declared a National Holiday on November 6th, 1879. On January 31, 1957, the Canadian Parliament announced that it should on the second Monday of October because it coincided in the same week as Remembrance Day which is celebrated on November 11th. It was then declared that Thanksgiving would be “a day of general thanksgiving to almighty God for the bountiful harvest with which Canada has been blessed.”
So why isn’t the Canadian Thanksgiving not celebrated at the same time as in the United States? Geographically speaking, Canada is further north (O’ Canada! The True North strong and free!..sorry had to get that one out!), which means that the harvest season arrives earlier than the United States. Also, since the Canadian tradition is more about giving thanks for the harvest season, opposed to the arrival of pilgrims for the American tradition.
One thing that does not change, no matter where you live in North America… everyone celebrates with parades, with their family and we all get stuffed eating turkey and pumpkin pie!
What did you do this year for Thanksgiving?
Après avoir visionné le nouveau canal Anne Frank sur Youtube http://www.youtube.com/annefrank la curiosité m’a emportée et j’ai jeté un coup d’oeil sur le site officiel: http://www.annefrank.org . Que vous connaissez ou non cette histoire; une histoire triste mais surtout une histoire de courage, je vous invite à aller lire les temoignages et regarder les photos. Une histoire qui restera graver dans nos mémoires pour toujours.