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Christmas 2011 is near. Time is running to make gifts. Even in the office. What to put under the tree of colleagues, the boss or business associates? It is not always easy to choose but, at times, in times of crisis, precisely for those work-related gifts can be sufficient for a ride on the internet to find the most original ideas without spending too much.
If you are short of time, a thought-cost is the Christmas card to send by mail or to print out and mail. On the net there are many sites offering Christmas cards for free to download or print carefully: animation, personalized greeting phrases and illustrations, or original glam, like those with lots of vintage Santa Claus, angels and landscapes drawn in the style of the early of the twentieth century.
You can also take advantage of Christmas gifts to beautify your office without necessarily ask the boss to change the decor: a touch of extra color, may suffice a simple gift for your near a desk. On the Internet you can find many ideas customized to make the environment more pleasant work and without having to spend a lot of money, since the ceramic bowl that you can print a photo or image of your choice. The walls of his office seem too bare and would require a total redesign that it is impossible to realize? You can always console with a customizable wall calendar each month for deciding the photo or image to be printed.
Colleagues for careful art design also comes the 2009 calendar year "365% Daysign": an almanac in the form of exhibition show, which compares the work of thirteen studies involved between design, architecture and graphics. The calendar this year, the true object of worship among fans, has as main theme the color black. For 13 months - more like a 'lucky' - you can admire the creations of many international studies.
And again, to beautify your office, what better way to customize your desktop with a very original mouse? On the Internet it is of every variety of form and color (from Victorian style to the one signed shocking pink 'hello kitty'), but more details are mice with a double function. Economic and useful optical mouse that turns into a phone: scrolling the mouse at the top, like a cell phone, the keyboard appears for voip calls - or through the Internet - thanks to the built-in speakers. The next-desk is constantly worried and anxious for the job? The mouse that measures the heart rate may be right for her: the tool works with an internal sensor that detects the palm of the hand the frequency of beats and send them to a display, indicating the times when salt stress and it would be better to take a break.
Who has many gifts to offer to as many employees or customers, and looking for a useful and inexpensive little gadget, there is a USB pen: surfing the net you can find many varieties of the classic 'keys' for PC, from the most traditional to the with the shapes of bottle, dog toy car or customized with your company logo.
For the colleague who just can not be separated from the office, the computer keyboard can become a fashion accessory: the designers have thought of "Keybag," the extravagant bag designed by Portuguese Joao Sabino and the study consists of 393 keys PC .
For those who love to read, finally, there are many proposals in the library on the subject of life (or survival) in the office. Among the latest releases of the publisher's ISBN "The coloring of the managers" of Marie Hans, Dennis Altman and Martin Cohen: The volume, published for the first time in 1961 in the U.S. and unexpectedly became a bestseller, describes with irresistible sarcasm there, the joys and miseries of a typical American manager telling how it is not changed much since then.
The links are bored? The book "Jitter in the office" by Staffan Gnosspelius (publisher De Agostini) is for her: it is a notebook with more than 200 drawings to complete, including a caricature of its head office and the schema for the new arrangement of the furniture of 'office. To avoid detection and continue to scribble in peace even during the long and tedious corporate meetings, each book has a black cover anonymous.
The Human Resistance publisher offers "How to survive the company dinner and other catastrophes office", in which the authors Joshua Piven and David Borgenicht explains how to get the most embarrassing and paradoxical situations that can happen to work and give advice on how to handle such with leaders and colleagues disliked, sneak away from a meeting without being noticed, and save documents stained with coffee. In short, the possibilities for a gift and there are many cheap, and if for some reason you are not able to find the gift that best suits their colleagues succeed you can always get away with a sincere Merry Christmas!