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Written by Derek Kingaby   
Friday, 18 December 2009 11:55

trading standards buy with confidence

MakeITEasy.net Is now an approved member of the Sussex Trading Standards "Buy with Confidence" scheme.

Trading Standards revised their approach to local businesses recently. They realized that they could not recommend good traders as they only dealt with bad ones that had been reported to them. Their approach now is to get to know good local businesses and encourage them to be even better.

 

 

Last Updated ( Thursday, 17 June 2010 09:21 )
 
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Written by Derek Kingaby   
Tuesday, 10 March 2009 16:56

For assistance please login at the botton left of the front page logon

If this is your first time, you will need to register with MakeITEasy.net , to obtain a user name and password. This will be emailed to you. If you have registered in the passed you may need to click on the forgot user name or forgot password links.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 02 April 2009 11:45 )
 
Rivanet Service Centre PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Tuesday, 30 September 2008 14:23

Rivanet Service Centre

New Projects centre opened in Leatherhead providing total IT solutions, consultancy, design, supply, implementation and support. The new facilities include meeting rooms, a dedicated support department, a server build / test area, together with a hot-desk environment to allow our field engineers to work efficiently.

Last Updated ( Monday, 06 October 2008 08:53 )
 
Portuguese man of war PDF Print E-mail
Written by Derek Kingaby   
Thursday, 12 February 2009 16:31

portuguese man of war pretty but painfull 

I had a confrontation with a Portuguese man of war, yesterday while snorkeling off the reef in Bermuda. I think he won. I got his tentacles round my right arm.  It is very difficulty to pull the tentacles of my arm as they stick like and octopus or thin cold spaghetti and stung like a thousand bees. I go some off but then had it on my left hand and my right knee as I swam backwards away from Porty. Then I decided to swim in from the reef. I was breathing too heavily for the snorkel tube which I had spat out and swan frantically for a while. Then I calmed down and began to breath steadily. I put the snorkel mouth piece back in my mouth and started swimming breast stroke using the mask and snorkel. Settled down with the pain now. which was bearable but I was still worried how my body would react next. The adrenalin was flowing and I swan hard all the way in.

Ran up the beach , dropped the mask and snorkel with Lynda, Stuart and Julie and ran very fast to the restaurant. The waiters were very helpful and poured vinegar on my arm as I tried tearing more of the tentacles from my skin. The tentacles started losing the blue colour and also reducing in diameter. The waiter said "get a taxi to hospital." Another waiter went off to find my friends for me but I caught him up, spoke to them. The partial relieve of the vinegar soon wore of I was in so much pain, burning now, that I could not face a taxi ride and ran back to the apartment and put my are in the bath, with cold water running over it. This cooled it down but did not ease the pain. Lynda found various bottles of vinegar, which I applied to my arm and the pain became bearable. In Julies car I had a cloth soaked in vinegar over my arm and one underneath catching the surplice. In the hospital they applied loads more vinegar. Then shaving foam and scraped the remaining tentacles off with a wooden spill. I had a large audience for this, as the first nurse had not done this procedure before and another nurse wanted to show the others. They recalled previous patients, big grown men crying, with the pain of Portuguese man of war stings. I felt very brave. Then they wrapped my arm in hot towels and the pain started to subside.

The doctor, Peter who had experience the same misfortune, said that he had tentacles on all four limbs and they bleed. He wet suit saved his torso. He had the scars for two months and he expected mine to be the same. He also added that although painful it was not life threatening provided you do not get an allergic reaction. They checked my blood pressure and I paid the $300 bill. That is the most expensive swim, I have ever had.

portuguese man of war sting on my arm

Last Updated ( Monday, 23 March 2009 10:29 )
 
Support Desk PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Tuesday, 30 September 2008 14:35

Support Desk

We are ready to answer the phone and remotely connect to your PC to solve your immediate problems.
Last Updated ( Thursday, 29 April 2010 15:06 )
 
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