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Dan Evans
Works at Saelig Company Inc
Attended Pepperdine University
Lives in Fairport, NY
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Most world maps are insanely distorted. This Buzzfeed video explains why & shows true proportions - http://bit.ly/1ySqLnU
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Don't Get Too Close To That Lady In The #3DPrinted Spider Dress - http://bit.ly/1Dagvia
Dutch designer adds detection and defense devices to "Spiderdress" offering
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How To Get Started Using Google Adwords To Promote Your Business - Rochester NY SCORE class May 20 1:00 PM at the RBA 150 State Street - http://bit.ly/1jpS1YN 
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Design an innovative product with a WIZ550io Ethernet Module & win a share of $15000 in prizes (Circuit Cellar) http://bit.ly/NnMTqx 
 
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Got a USB battery charging project? Check out the USB-PET Compliance Tester for OTG 2.0 & BC 1.2 on page 26 (EEWeb) http://bit.ly/1hZp2GR
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Roundup of #3dprinting Patents Recently Expired or Expiring in the Next Two Years (3DPI) http://bit.ly/1l4lx5h
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The Reverse Coffee Measuring Cup got a lot of attention when I posted it on my +Saelig Company Inc. Twitter account.  Many people wanted to know where to get one, and most of those were either in engineering or security. A quick Google search  found it on Amazon. http://amzn.to/1D33HGT
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Trustworthy New Portal For Inventors To Promote & Sell Their Ideas & Products - http://www.ready4ideas.com

The developer of this portal is Ed Coleman, a former NFL player and a serial inventor and entrepreneur.  Early in his career he was burned by one of those costly "invention submission" scams which takes your money and does nothing to help.  So although he has his own businesses to run, he is dedicated to providing low-cost, effective help for inventors and those who want to connect with inventors.
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Rigol Makes Waves In The Test & Measurement Industry (EEWeb) http://bit.ly/1hZp2GR

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  • Saelig Company Inc
    Sales Manager, present
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Fairport, NY
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Victor, NY - California, Japan, Vietnam, Thailand, India, Iran, Nepal, Indonesia
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Advancing client productivity through better solutions in engineering R&D, design, test, measurement and fabrication.
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Interested in marketing, social media, electronics, engineering, gadgets, fitness, running and the outdoors.  Currently reading The Only Thing Worth Dying For by Eric Blehm and Eat and Run by Scott Jurek.  Recently finished: Born to Run, Sgt. Rock: Last Warrior Standing, Unbroken  More great reads: Into Thin Air, Baden-Powell: Two Lives of A Hero
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Volunteer for SCORE, Fairport Library and other civic organizations, teaching seminars on small business marketing, social media marketing, Google Adwords and Google Analytics.
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  • Pepperdine University
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eBay My World for saelig. Read saelig's Reviews & Guides, blog, and eBay profile.

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Sign up for Twitter to follow Electrical_Engineer (@Saelig). Started by an EE in 1988, Saelig is designed to be a source for engineers and t

Saelig Co. Inc. - test - Pittsford - United States
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USA importer/distributor of unique test/measurement and control products.

Saelig Low Cost 60 MHz Deep Memory Oscilloscope | Test & Measuremen...
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SDS6062 is a two-channel benchtop scope with a 10MSa record length for each channel, allowing zooming capability for investigating fast, int

Saelig Company, Inc. and Tabor Electronics Announce New Distributorship ...
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Saelig Company, Inc. and Tabor Electronics Announce New Distributorship Agreement in the United States, Saelig Co., Inc.

Saelig Company, Inc | LinkedIn
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Welcome to the company profile of Saelig Company, Inc on LinkedIn. Saelig is a franchised distributor representing over 100 manufacturers of

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Importer and distributor of unique OEM electronics products. "Saelig" is an old English word...

Jesse has done great work for us for several years. One big project included bringing in topsoil, grading, removing rocks, and hydro-seeding. Routine maintenance has included fall cleanup, occasional mowing, and periodic applications of weed & feed and soil Ph balancers. Jesse is easy to reach by phone and he responds to every message. His work is top notch and shows excellent attention to detail. I recommend Jesse without reservation for any kind of landscaping, yard maintenance or cleanup work.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Our family used to love going to the Cowlick for the Giffords ice cream, and the comfort foods served by the wonderful family that ran it. Note the older reviews. In summer 2013 we were there at least two times a week. At the opening this spring, we learned there was new ownership. Giffords ice cream was still offered, but we found our favorite flavors were unavailable, and they remained unavailable even after we requested them. Nothing against the new owners, but the atmosphere is just not the same. Summer 2014 we went to the Cowlick several times over three months, and have not stopped there since -- even though we drive that way on a regular basis.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
OK, let's lay this out for all IKEAs in the United States. The phone service SUCKS! If you have to do anything on the phone with Ikea, go in armed with time, patience and the zip code of the store you want to reach. If it's a customer service call, have your receipt, the product instructions (to get part numbers), along with the aforementioned time and patience. Be prepared to be transferred at least once. After you get to a person in the store who can handle your problem, get their phone number and email address. Once you have an email, things may not speed up but you're not holding on the phone for 30 minutes or more at a time. I recently got a new handle for my Ikea sink faucet, even though I bought the faucet 2 years ago. The first handle sent was damaged in shipping. I emailed a photo of the packaging and broken faucet to the customer service manager and got another handle in better packaging within 3 days. Set your expectations, understand the Byzantine Ikea method, and you'll find that Ikea customer service is quite good. They will send you parts at no charge for stuff you bought years ago. Who else does that? But you need your receipt and your product instructions. When it comes to interpreting the sometimes confusing assembly instructions, don't call Ikea. Use the Web. Google for an answer or search on YouTube. There's a YouTube video for almost every item, some posted by Ikea and some posted by helpful customers.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
My son and I had a good experience at Cortese today, selling them a car we had purchased there. As promised at the time of purchase, they offered $1000 over the Blue Book dealer cost because we took it in every year for Ziebart rust protection. We dealt with Steve Bernardi and Mark Cortelini for this transaction, and both were friendly and helpful throughout the process. Reading some of the very negative reviews which can be seen here and at most any business, I conclude that much of the customer's experience is derived from that customer's expectations and attitude.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse is ridiculously overpriced. You can get a comparable meal at any Outback for much less than half the price. It's not just that the cost of an entree is double or triple what you'd find at an Outback or Texas Roadhouse Grill, it's that nothing is included with that entree. A salad is $9, any vegetable, potato, or other side is generally $9. So if you add a salad and one side to a 7-oz filet, the bill is already over $50. The steak is good, but nothing you couldn't get at a dozen different chain restaurants for much less. While other reviewers have complained about the poor service, our service was overly solicitous, with servers or managers several times interrupting conversation at the table when no attention was required. As another reviewer put it so well, this is a chain restaurant masquerading as a fine dining establishment.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Chase Farms offers their quality, farm-grown fruits and vegetables at lower prices than you'll find at any of the local farm markets. They also offer in-season you-pick for strawberries, spring and fall raspberries. The fall raspberries are the best, available at the stand or via you-pick until the first hard frost. The shortcake and sundae bar offers mouth-watering combinations of fresh and frozen fruit, shortcake and ice-cream.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
When I arrived at Spenard Hostel in the middle of the night, I found a handwritten welcome note with my bed assignment and I was greeted by a small black cat (Esmerelda). I've stayed in hostels all over the world, and this is one of the friendliest and best run. Good things happen in a small establishment when there is a good owner (Jen) who lives on site and runs the business. Some of the things I appreciated: comfortable bunks, clean sheets, multiple kitchens, food storage space, bike rentals, free locked storage space for guests, locked storage rental while away, free bear spray exchange, friendly staff, 2 friendly cats, option to work for your stay (just 3 hours earns 1 night), and an array of friendly and interesting guests.
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Quality: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago