Tuesday, 30 August 2016

David Gianulias - Tips to Storing Your Music Digitally

David Gianulias enjoys listening to music. It is one of his passions. Over the years he has built up a collection of over 250,000 songs.

Gone are the days when you had to find space to store your music CDs. With the latest technology available at our fingertips, storing music has never been so easy. There are several options when it comes to storing music digitally, and each has its pros and cons.

When you store your music digitally, you can either use a cloud service or an external hard disk, which gives you the option of streaming your music via multiple sources. Here are a couple of tips you can use to store your music digitally.

Cloud Storage

If you have good Internet access and are planning to listen to your music on multiple devices, cloud storage might be your best option. Cloud storage means using the Internet to store your music files in the “cloud”. These storage networks allow you to store and access your music from any device that is connected to the Internet. You can store a variety of files to the cloud and not just your music. Most cloud storage networks offer a free limited storage space and charge an annual fee for larger storage space if you need it.

Portable Hard Drives

If you are not going to be accessing your music on multiple devices via the internet, you might want to use a portable hard drive to store all your music. Portable hard drives come in a variety of sizes and are easy to carry around as well.

David Gianulias has steadily built his collection of music over the years.

Source: https://blog.getyounity.com/the-top-5-digital-storage-options-for-your-music/

Saturday, 20 August 2016

David Gianulias - Tips on Choosing a Good Chardonnay

David Gianulias is one of the founders of Levendi Winery in California and is known as a wine connoisseur among his friends. Having been born into a family with a legacy of winemaking, he got into the business in 2000 and has since produced several fine tasting wines. He also invested in the co-creation of Innovation Spirits branding company and produced a brand of Tequila named Aga Vie. 
                                     David Gianulias
David Gianulias knows the importance of choosing the right wine to go with a meal. Choosing the right Chardonnay can be quite challenging for many white wine drinkers because it is the undisputed champion of white wines. However, knowing a little bit about its characteristics will help in making the right choice.

If you are choosing a Chardonnay, you must ensure it is served extremely cold. If you serve it at room temperature, though it is palatable, it will be too bold. Chardonnay has intense flavors and serving it at room temperature will be quite overwhelming. When Chardonnay is chilled, its flavors are toned down and are easily differentiated. 

Younger Chardonnay wines are less complex that older ones, since it takes time for the complexities in it to develop. To find out which flavors you prefer, you might want to try a blind taste test. Choose three different Chardonnays, make sure all three bottles are at the same temperature, and taste each one separately. Make sure you cleanse your palate after tasting each wine, and make your choice. David Gianulias knows that the most balanced Chardonnays go well with pasta or shellfish. 

Tuesday, 16 August 2016

David Gianulias and the Top Building Mistakes

Founder and CEO of Three G Development, David Gianulias, has seen his fair share of home building disasters over the years. Fortunately, his company is able to avoid these issues through their professional knowledge and expertise in the industry. When meeting with new clients, he warns about the top building mistakes that many people make.David Gianulias
  • Ideas are grand in the design process, but usually not all they are cracked up to be once the house is actually built. A good example of this is extra rooms that are not really necessary. The idea of a game room, media room, or home gym is good in theory, but a waste of money and space if it will not be used. This is not to say that these rooms should never be built, as some families do require these spaces. For the most part, they are nice ideas that sound fancy or lavish, but not practical. When rooms like this are designed into a home and not used, they are both drain on energy costs and a place to end up storing all of the home owner's extra possessions.
  • Deciding where to build the kitchen or garage is usually common sense, but what about the laundry room? New home builders do not give much consideration to the placement of the laundry facilities. It is common for this area to be closeted away, far from the eyes of future house guests. While a home owner does not want the laundry room to be the visual center of the home, it needs to have a truly convenient location. If the home is two stories with bedrooms on the second floor, for example, having the washer and dryer in the basement will become tedious for whoever is doing the washing. Instead, consider an upstairs laundry room, in that instance, that allows easy access to the appliances.
  • Balancing storage space with overall room space is an area where many fail. Having ample closets is important to an effortless and organized life, but not at the expense of losing too much square footage to those closets. Give each bedroom and hallway a reasonably sized closest to ensure that rooms are as large as possible.
  • Over the years, David Gianulias has witnessed many new home builders who make decisions without thinking of their long-term living arrangements. For a young couple who are building their dream home, future additions such as children should be taken into account. This also means acknowledging possible safety and noise considerations. Older couples should think about the possibilities for safe access to common rooms if one or more persons eventually ends up needing a wheelchair or other form of medical assistance.