Vand Bilete Steaua - Chelsea 7 Martie 2013 Stadion Arena Nationala

Thursday, February 28, 2013

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Am 4 3 bilete disponibile la meciul Steaua-Chelsea Europa League din 7 martie 2013 de pe Arena Nationala!

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Artificial Grass in football

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Any product that is new or relatively new on the market have to create a name to attract buyers. And this is the most complicated step towards final and successful launch of that product. Market strategy must pass the suspicions and distrust customer, make him believe that what you propose is better than what was used prior to use and that will be a success investiatia benefits of the material necessarily harmless .

This is very true in the case of artificial grass. Which is not to debut on the market, gradually taking large idea and Romania. Currently, the concept of synthetic turf is unknown, but matters of detail not know. When recommendation of such type of surface can occur suspicion and distrust. The idea of ​​artificial neplacand first hearing and knowing technical details on product properties.

This was also my first reaction to the idea of ​​instant use for a game of football ground covered with artificial turf. Knowing anything technical about synthetic grass I thought it would be a largely unpleasant experience imagining a rough surface, irritating, which may not provide a satisfactory grip, letting fall and imbalance. Besides, I thought he hit the ground where a fall would be a much tougher due to different material than natural grass and can cause serious puncture wounds to football players.

Just because evolution artificial turf production technology to manufacture its materials were removed mostly all inconveniences stated in the previous paragraph. Politelilena, the material used for artificial grass yarn is soft, attenuates fall, besides, are placed among the grass and sand and rubber granules. Surface as pleasant as possible during a football game.


Arsenal Ready To Accept Cut-Price Deal For Cesc Fabregas

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Arsenal Ready To Accept Cut-Price Deal For Cesc Fabregas

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Reports have surfaced that Arsenal are reluctantly ready to accept less than their own valuation from Barcelona for Cesc Fabregas.

The Gunners demanded a £40 million fee for the club captain but with the European champions unwilling to improve significantly on their initial £27m offer, and Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger admitting the player was unsettled, it now appears as if the club will have to broker a cut-price deal to move on.

The package is reported to include a downpayment of £27m, with an additional £5.2m in performance-based add-ons at a later stage.

There are also suggestions Fabregas is prepared to wave the £4m compensation he would be entitled to for the remainder of his long-term Arsenal contract, as technically the player never asked for a transfer.



iPad 2 pe stoc la Emag la un pret promotional

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

La scurt timp dupa lansarea pe piata internationala eMAG.ro a adus tableta iPad 2 de la Apple si in Romania.

De astazi o vom gasi pe stoc la eMAG.ro, in 3 variante: de 16, 32 si 64 GB, intr-un stoc de aproximativ 80 de bucati (la aceasta data).

Iata cateva noutati cu care vine acesta noua versiune a iPad-ului:

  • doua camere video pentru apeluri Facetime si inregistrare HD
  • Procesor dual-core A5 (de doua ori mai rapid)
  • design mai subtire si mai usor ( cu 33% mai subtire si cu 15% mai usor decat vechiul iPad 1)
  • mai multe putere grafica ( de 9 ori mai multa decat la veche versiune)
  • 2 camere: una frontala si una in zona din spate


De ce e mai scumpa sandaua in Romania decat in Anglia?

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

produsele de firmă decât în alte ţări…

Magazinele au scos la interval colecţiile noi, de primăvară-vară 2011. Culori calde, materiale înflorate, modele de ultimă oră şi… preţuri de-ţi taie respiraţia. E drept că obrazul subţire cu cheltuială se ţine, dar este oare drept ca românii să plătească mai mult pentru acelaşi produs doar pentru că-l cumpără din România şi nu din Spania, Marea Britanie, Bulgaria sau Statele Unite ale Americii?

Am făcut un tur virtual al magazinelor de firmă şi am constatat că aceeaşi pereche de sandale Zara costă la noi în ţară 359 de lei, iar în Marea Britanie 59,99 lire sterline, adică echivalentul a 293 lei, în Spania 59,95 euro, adică 252 lei, şi în Statele Unite ale Americii 99,9 dolari, adică 304 lei. La fel se întâmplă şi cu alte produse. Un tricou pe care îl cumpărăm din România cu 59 lei costă în Spania 9,95 euro, adică 41 lei. Cum se face că românii plătesc mai mult pentru acelaşi produs decât alţi clienţi din Europa şi chiar din Statele Unite ale Americii?

Apetenţa românilor pentru brand

Unul din motive ar putea fi costul transportului, dar este puţin probabil ca din Spania până în România transportul mărfurilor să coste mai mult decât până în Marea Britanie sau Statele Unite ale Americii. Apoi ar fi costul chiriei. Dar, la fel, nu se pot compara chiriile din mall-urile româneşti cu cele din Londra sau New York sau Madrid.

Însă este posibil ca strategia marilor branduri să aibă în vedere şi apetenţa românilor pentru tot ceea ce este de firmă. Faptul că românii au descoperit relativ recent branduri renumite şi le-au transformat în magazinele lor favorite de shopping este, probabil, speculat de managerii acestora. Prima lege a marketingului este aceea că cererea dictează preţurile, aşa că dacă un operator economic ştie că ar putea cere 100% mai mult pe un produs cu siguranţă o va face. De altfel, se pare că aceeaşi strategie se aplică şi în Rusia, unde preţurile sunt chiar mai mari decât la noi în ţară. Dar, este de înţeles, în Rusia sunt cei mai mulţi milionari în euro decât oriunde în lume.

In concluzie, noi cumparam mai scump decat in orice alt loc de pe pamant fiindca suntem o natie de IDIOTI cu o gandire superficiala care suntem in stare sa dam oricat pe o bucata de panza pe care scrie frumos “V..ace”, si nu conteaza daca nu avem ce baga in gura, important este ca suntem imbracati de firma…



Free Software Download - Short History

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Free software download, software libre or libre software is software that can be used, studied, and modified without restriction, and which can be copied and redistributed in modified or unmodified form either without restriction, or with minimal restrictions only to ensure that further recipients can also do these things and that manufacturers of consumer-facing hardware allow user modifications to their hardware. Free software is generally available without charge, but can have a fee, such as in the form of charging for CDs or other distribution medium among other ways.

In practice, for software to be distributed as free software, the human-readable form of the program (the source code) must be made available to the recipient along with a notice granting the above permissions. Such a notice either is a free software license, or a notice that the source code is released into the public domain.

The free software movement was conceived in 1983 by Richard Stallman to satisfy the need for and to give the benefit of software freedom to computer users. Stallman founded the Free Software Foundation in 1985 to provide the organizational structure to advance his Free Software ideas.

Since free software download may be freely redistributed it is generally available at little or no cost. Free software business models are usually based on adding value such as applications, support, training, customization, integration, or certification. At the same time, some business models which work with proprietary software are not compatible with free software, such as those that depend on the user to pay for a license in order to lawfully use the software product.


The Best PC Games of 2011 that You Must Have

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

2011 is finally starting to get under way, and you know what that means: roughly 20 million identical lists from your old pal The Internet telling you which games should have your clicking fingers and WASD-claws aching with excitement. Here's the problem, though: you've heard it all before. Even without the aforementioned list avalanche, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out when Call of Diablo: Crysis Effect 3 is dropping.

Granted, rocket science is also largely unnecessary when dealing with these games (we had to consult NASA, like, twice), but odds are, you probably know them about about as well as you know how to put a man on the moon. So, in that spirit, we thought we'd give you the scoop on some great-looking games that – prior to this very moment – were well on the road to passing you by.

Publisher: N/A
Developer: Hazardous Software
Release Date: TBA 2011

Whether it's because of ill-advised tactics or fingers that languidly crawl around on the keyboard like an obese spider, every RTS player's made their fair share of extremely regrettable mistakes. The obvious solution? Learn from your mistakes Time travel! Achron gives you the ability to manipulate the forces of time in your favor, potentially opening up innumerable new tactical options in your quest for strategic domination. For instance, you might tell a unit to move someplace in the past and – presto – it's suddenly there in the present. Or – if you're like us – you can undo your 527-cart pile-up of ill-advised tactical train wrecks. It's a complicated wrinkle in time all right, but we're certainly excited about the possibilities.

Publisher: EA
Developer: Maxis
Release Date: February

Ever wonder what Will Wright's intelligent design sim Spore would look like if it was also adopted by Diablo and nurtured into a fine young hack 'n' slasher? Neither did we. But that's the almost-jarringly unexpected turn Maxis decided to take, and to the developer's credit, Darkspore's looking like a mighty fine warm-up for Blizzard's third descent into the other burning down under. On top of that, the ever-popular (and frequently abused) Spore creature creator's making a triumphant return, so even if you only play for a few minutes, Darkspore will probably haunt you for years.

Fate of the World
Release Date: February 15

In Fate of the World, you have one simple objective: stop the world from killing itself. Different scenarios see you warding off different apocalpytic catastrophies – you know, fun things like rapid climate change and overpopulation – through use of a simple, effective menu interface. “Simple,” however, is the last word we'd use to describe the moutain of competing factors you'll have to sort through turn-after-turn. After all, you may be forced to rub multiple countries the wrong way in order to save one. Some might stop listening to you altogether. And then – poof – there goes earth in a brick-thick cloud of its own gasses. Intense, right? We, however, break out into cold addiction sweats just thinking about it, so here's hoping the game delivers on its boatloads of promise.

Publisher: Webzen
Developer: Red 5 Studios
Release Date: Q4 2011

A high-flying, hard-shooting MMO from some of the brightest minds behind World of Warcraft and Tribes, Firefall certainly has quite the pedigree. From what we've seen, it's a Frankenstein monster that's equal parts Tribes (jetpacks!), Borderlands (guns!), and WoW (loot!). Promising? Definitely. Here's hoping that each of its parts comes together to form a coherent whole – and not an ugly, needle-and-thread-stitched attempt to cash-in on more successful titles