Protect Your Home From Short Circuits
These 3 Main
As much as electricity has been one of the greatest discovery of our time, short circuits are one of the most common causes for fires in homes, commercial buildings and offices. We often take having electricity for granted and forget how dangerous it is to have it constantly flowing throughout our entire house until it’s too late.
Your electrical wiring and circuits are not exempted from normal wear and tear and it’s worth taking the time to do these few precautionary steps around the house to avoid short circuits that can lead to fatal electricity leaks or property damage: 1. Avoid Using Multiple Plug Sockets
If possible, don’t use multiple plug sockets. Overloading a single socket point with too many voltages from your kettle, iron, steamer, toaster and cooker and cause a short circuit to happen from overheating. In worse case scenarios, this can lead to a fire breakout.
Use one appliance at a time, and turn of…
10 Fascinating Facts About Google Most People Don’t Know
by Rajan kumar
Google was founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin while they were Ph.D. students at Stanford University, and was formally incorporated as a privately held company on September 4, 1998. You know there's more to something than meets the eye when such a massively successful company has such a simple layout though, and I mean that in the best way possible. Google has always done things a little bit differently, and that works to keep things fresh, immersive and consistently progressive. Here are some Google facts you may not know!
1. The name 'Google' is actually derived from the mathematical term 'googol' which is basically 1 with a 100 zeros following it
2. Co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin originally named Google 'Backrub'
One can only wonder why...
3. As part of their green initiative, Google regularly rents goats to mow the lawns of their mountain view HQ
The employees …