Archive for February, 2012
One of the spying devices that is most feared by terrorists or criminals is the telephone bug equipment, or even worse, a cell phone bug. If they are victims of these electronic tools, then they can count their days as outlaws. Sooner or later, they will fall into the hands of justice. Although law has been using phone bugging devices for a long time, they have become more sophisticated, and are able to perform in ways that were only dreamt about in the science fiction books of the sixties or seventies.
What Are Phone Bugs?
A phone bug is an electronic device that is installed near a phone. Once it is placed, the private conversation of any user can be picked by an outsider. This covert listening device is commonly composed by a mini radio transmitter and a microphone.
The microphone is the one in charge of capturing the conversation, converting the sound into an electronic signal that is passed to the radio transmitter. Once the radio transmitter has it, it sends it wirelessly to an external receiver.
How can we motivate our children to work harder in school, in a sport or in practicing an instrument? Will the promise of a reward for practicing the piano help our child practice more? Or will the threat of punishment be more effective?
When we try to motivate our children to work harder, we can often end up feeling frustrated by the results.
Understanding Internal Motivation
Ideas about motivation are changing as new research teases out some of the key elements. According to Daniel Pink’s latest book, “Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us”, trying to motivate children using external rewards and punishment is a mistake. The secret for motivating children to high performance lies in allowing their own internal drives direct their behavior.
Most eczema sufferers believe that there is no cure for their eczema. If you define “cure” as a magic pill that you take one time and you will never have any symptoms ever again, then you’re right, there is no cure. If you define “cure” as simply having no symptoms, then yes, there is a cure. You can put your eczema symptoms into permanent remission.
The first step is to get to the root cause of your symptoms. Most sufferers just address their symptoms. They keep their skin moisturized, they use creams to relieve itching, they take short, warm showers instead of long hot baths, and do many other things to keep their symptoms in check. There is nothing wrong with this, and if you are doing this now you should continue to do it until you have discovered the root cause of your eczema and made the changes to stop them forever.