Thursday, November 22, 2007

ZINIO - To save trees

Trying to stay 'green' is my focus these days.

Thanks to Al-Gore and Co. and all those images of Global warming around the world, I felt it would be good to do my part and be an example for my kids.

As a part of my 'Stay Green' project , my latest is magazine subscriptions via 'ZINIO'. If I can save some trees , why not!

I enjoy reading magazines on ZINIO. I can play with the font sizes and make them small or big. Best part is the 'Hot link' on magazine articles. I can directly go to the website on clicking, which is wonderful. I also like the Printing, Emailing, Highlighting and Searching options.




Global Warming said...

Not just the Trees of everyone's respective Nation, but all over the World. Yes its time each and everyone of us should do their absolute utter best to save Trees and to plant more where they have been cut down and destroyed.
Here is a Awesome song to motivate us all to do so :-

There is unrest in the forest
There is trouble with the trees
For the Maples want more sunlight
And the Oaks ignore their pleas

The trouble with the Maples
(and they're quite convinced they re right)
They say the Oaks are just too lofty
And they grab up all the light
But the oaks cant help their feelings
If they like the way they re made
And they wonder why the maples
Cant be happy in their shade?

There is trouble in the forest
And the creatures all have fled
As the Maples scream `Oppression!`
And the Oaks, just shake their heads

So the Maples formed a Union
And demanded equal rights
The Oaks are just too Greedy
We will make them give us Light
Now there is no more Oak Oppression
For they passed a Noble law
And the Trees are all kept equal
By Hatchet, Axe, And Saw ................

Idlus said...

Sir ur looking hygienic without your beard and moustache ( take it as a compliment )

Jo said...

Hellons, your new look is totally cool! :-)

And about the digital tools like Zinio, people or atleast the die-hard book lovers cannot get glued to their computer screens to read books or magazines. Perhaps Kindle from Amazon would be a better solution as they say it doesn't have any such glare problems and can it is an exact replica of a normal book. (

Suchin said...

A friend of mine runs this company in US. Check it out.

Its about saving papers you print nothing on, and thus saving trees.