Apple seems to be taking some heat about the Maps application on the newly released iPhone 5. In the interest of fairness, I feel compelled to mention that I’m such a dedicated Droid user that I even have the R2D2 model. I will, however, limit my “trash talk” to the following:
I will also freely admit that I don’t fully trust my Droid’s GPS all the time, either…in fact, I would advise against blind trust in ANY GPS, as evidenced by this video from the popular TV show, “The Office:”
Of course, GPS devices, and their forerunner, the “map,” have been indispensable tools since the dawn of the practice of navigation. Key to their effective use, though, is knowing where you want to go. Yesterday, I had the pleasure of helping someone with questions about which EXAIR product to use for a particular blow off application. We discussed both Air Nozzles and Air Knives – I emailed him the catalog sections on both, and I look forward to helping him select the best fit for the new machine he’s designing.
During our conversation, he mentioned that he was anxious to receive the catalog he’d requested, because, in addition to the design of this new machine, he was also party to his company’s energy conservation program, and was specifically responsible for finding ways to reduce compressed air consumption. That made me anxious for him to receive his new EXAIR catalog as well, because it’s a comprehensive, well designed source of information on our comprehensive line of well-designed products.
If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will indeed take you there. If you DO know where you’re going, and want to get there in the most efficient manner possible, we have the “navigational tools” to let you do just that:
*You can request an EXAIR catalog, and we’ll mail one right out to you. If you have questions right now, select the option to have an Application Engineer contact you – you’ll get a call from one of us right away.
*www.EXAIR.com contains a wealth of information on our complete product line. There’s even a link for you to chat with an Application Engineer for “turn by turn” directions.
*If you’ve got a mobile device, we’ve “got an app for that,” as they say. This summer, we launched a mobile platform for our website. It’s available at m.EXAIR.com. Here’s a link to a great video tutorial on how to use it. I told you we were comprehensive.
So, regardless of your preferences, we have a wide variety of tools to help you navigate the course towards your goal of optimized compressed air use. If you’d like help with any of them, give us a call.
(800)923-9247 toll free