Archive for January 27, 2010


Hi dear ones,                         

Whenever i am surfing on Internet i do not have trouble finding anything ,provided i know its name.

But there are some times when i come across a picture and i wonder WHAT IS THIS ?

 i want a search engine which will find identical pictures of the pic i am searching for and give me all the related information.

can it happen by overcomming all the difficulties?

I wish it would !!

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Hi dear ones ,

here is the list and pics of most poisonous organisms found in the world.

1.Jelly fish

2.King Cobra

3. marbled cone Snail

4.blue ringed octopus

5.death stalker scorpion                                                                                                                                              

6.Stonefish

7.Wandering Spider

8.Inland taipan

9.Dart frog

10.Puffer Fish

Hi dear ones,                                           

In this age of INTERNET, most of the topics you need are available in abundanse for free and in a very systematic way and arranged categorically.               

What I am trying to say is its up to you to chose what is of your interest and how you want to put it in front of others.

So it still takes your brain and your wisdom to sort things out and edit and compile what is needed to you and put it all together for sake of others to understand what you want to tell them.

Its like studying from a text book, in which every topic is ellaborated;

But its all your view and perspective to chose what you think is necessary to study and focus on particular topics only and not mugging all the book  itself.         

What I am trying to say here is ; The topics you see in this blog are my interests and my thoughts and my views(of course editing found/searched  work and chosing and selecting according to my views nad needs). 

 

These are the issues I want to emphasize and want to share with others.

Selection is mine ( “and it remains mine only” ) to share the knowledge; Contradictions and Suggestions remain with you.

So, Let’s Express ourselves as best as we can !!!!!!!!! 

Hi dear ones,                                                     

World industries drive the global economy, collectively transacting almost USD $70 trillion. An industry is a collection of companies that all perform similar functions. Industry can be used to refer to all company groups, or specifically to industry as being a set of productive entities that utilize productive forces to convert a simple input to a processed final product. The size of various industies vary by country, level of development, and demand in each region. This section of EconomyWatch.com introduces all the major industries and classification systems, together with key industry data.

Industries can be categorized in the following ways:

Offering Based Industry Classification

Does the industry provide products, services, or a mix of both products and services?

Production Based Industry Classification

Does the industry rely more on natural resources, human capital or financial capital? Industries can also be described as resource-intensive, labour-intensive or capital-intensive?

Classifying Industries by Sector

Is the industry in the primary, secondary or tertiary sector?

  • Primary Industry :- The agricultural, farming and fisheries businesses come under this head.
  • Secondary Industry :- The industries that utilize machines, factories or human labor to convert raw materials into a processed final product. The manufacturing industries, or heavy industry, are typical examples of Secondary Industry types.
  • Tertiary Industry :- Services-based industries are known as tertiary industries. Retail, food & beverage and professional services are examples of Tertiary Industry.

Classifying Industries by Size

Is the industry a small-scale or cottage indutry, a Small & Medium Business (SMB or SME) industry, or a global industry dominated by Multi-National Corporations (MNCs)?

Target Market Classification

Is the industry export-oriented and international, or domestic market focused?

Concentration Classification

Is the market fragmented, with many small ‘mom and pop’ businesses, or is it consolidated, with rounds of mergers and acquisitions leading to a few dominant players?