|Product Name||Inuit Art: Cape Dorset Calendrier 2012 Calendar|
|Category||Book / Magazine / Publication|
|Short Description||Weight:0.8 pounds|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ 0764957244|
|Price New||35.80 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Price Used||4.04 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Long Description||About 1,200 miles north of Toronto, Dorset Island is home to a multigenerational community of artists who work each winter in the Kinngait printmaking studios of Cape Dorset, producing unique and powerful images that express the enduring Inuit culture. 32 Inuit prints are reproduced in this engagement calendar. Also included: an introduction, 57 weekly grids and 13 full-page monthly grids, double-page spreads of 2012 and 2013 yearly grids, a list of international holidays, a world time zone map, a 2013 year planner with US, UK, and Canadian holidays, and a page for personal information. Printed on FSC-certified paper with soy-based inks. 120 pages with softcover and Wire-O binding in an attractive lightweight slipcase. Bilingual (English/French). Size: 6.25 x 8.25 in.|
|Search Google||by EAN or by Title|
Article of interest
Well heck! We had another upgrade of hardware today and the process simply took far longer than expected. Sorry!
Yes, we added some more new hardware. To insure that nothing got lost we had to perform a full database backup.
This backup required copying over 70gig of data from one machine to another and this required a complete database shutdown.
Now this step took longer than expected but that wasn't all, installing the new hardware took longer than expected.
The good news? We now have new servers for both the web server and the database server PLUS backup equipment for both servers. The old equipment has been recycled into massive file servers and backup servers so we haven't wasted anything.
The hope is that all these upgrades over the past couple weeks will improve over all system performance and reliability. With all the traffic we have been seeing lately, the old database server and web server have been getting pushed to their limits. We now have some breathing room again.
Thanks for your patients.