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          Senior Tax Analyst - Xerox Corporation - United Kingdom   
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          Xerox Celebrates an Innovation That Transformed Business Communications   

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          “Lack of education lead to lack of wisdom"   


“Lack of education lead to lack of wisdom,
Which leads to lack of morals,
Which leads to lack of progress,
Which leads to lack of money,
Which leads to the oppression of the lower classes,
See what state of the society one lack of education can cause!”
•Jyotiba Phule

This was in response to a mail by Dr. Satish Jha
Shaheen Ansari

Private  & Public schools
Government schools DO NOT offer education…”
Dear Satish,
I have been following the debate very closely and reading all the postings.

I believe there  are two kinds of members at this forum- one who thinks government school are not performing, hence private players must enter and provide so called ‘quality education’. And the 2nd kind of members are those who think government school must perform. Hence stop trade in education.

Your posting Government schools DO NOT offer education. Anyone who even thinks education happens there needs to take time off to rethink what education is or should be in the times we live in.” dated March 18th at Arkitect India- http://groups.yahoo.com/group/arkitectindia/message/15939clearly give indication that you are one of those who think the government schools don’t perform.  Many people like you have given end number of examples to support government withdrawal from the school and offering it to Education Business Houses. And I am sure you may have ‘solid’ facts and figure to support it.  I sincerely believe that the following may be the reasons behind your thoughts. [Note: when I  say you or your, I am addressing the whole group of people who believe that the government schools are not-performing, hence private players are the only solution. So the ‘you’  is not a personal to one person. It is just because I am responding to your mail. ]. Probably one or two of the following points may be the basis of your arguments.  
  1. You may have read reports like The Birla Ambani Report on education. We know why they want government to withdraw from education ‘market’
  2.  You may have information about ‘non-performing’  schools (including govt. schools) but not able to develop these information  into a knowledge. Information to Knowledge to  Wisdom. It is a long debate. I  am not expecting wisdom but I do expect right knowledge- that is why these schools are not performing.     
  3. or you may have only read the last line or last paragraph of a report which says govt schools are not performing and missed the whole body of report which says why some government schools are performing well and some government schools are not performing well or not performing at all.
  4. or

In villages (I belong to Kataila village, Ghazipur, Eastern UP) it is said that neem hakeem, khatre jaan” (half knowledge is always dangerous).  Like some people are quoting “government schools are not performing” without understanding the whole context and politics of trade in education, I was also often quoting “religion is opium of masses”. I heard this from some friends in JNU and I got convinced without questioning or probing it.

Many years I only knew Marx’ this sentence “ Religion is the opium of masses”. I would always quote this phrase to defend my childish/ amateur thinking about religious criticism- be it Islam, Christian, Hinduism or any religious believe. But I thank to JNU  culture of Post Dinner Talk in which I was corrected and told to read some articles (probably in 1990 or 1991). In the next post dinner talk a student gave me a xerox copy of an article .  I read that article several times.

  It was there I realized that I was reading the last sentence of a paragraph. It gives different meaning if we read along with the paragraph and different meaning if it is read separately.      According to Marx, religion is an expression of material realities and economic injustice. Thus, problems in religion are ultimately problems in society. Religion is not the disease, but merely a symptom. It is used by oppressors to make people feel better about the distress they experience due to being poor and exploited. This is the origin of his comment that religion is the “opium of the masses” — but as shall see, his thoughts are much more complex than commonly portrayed. The full quoate is “Religious suffering is, at one and the same time, the expression of real suffering and a protest against real suffering. Religion is the sigh of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world, and the soul of soulless conditions. It is the opium of the people.”


This is a long debate and I will leave it here to proceed with the original issue- the government schools are non-performing institutions, hence go for private school.

The purpose of above argument is to make the point clear that many of us are picking of the last sentence of the thesis/ article which says that the government schools are not performing. We have to read the whole issue in proper context- the thesis in support of trade in education so that selected few can get “quality education” and the rest…

The government schools (read institutions, because the next target is other organs of the govt.) are not This is 100 % wrong statement and understanding. People who support private players in education  or trade in education points two things-
[1] They don’t understand the dynamics degrading government institutions or
[2] They


What is the vision of education?
 



The full quote from Karl Marx is: "Religion is the sigh of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world, and the soul of soulless conditions. It is the opium of the people".

Religious suffering is, at one and the same time, the expression of real suffering and a protest against real suffering. Religion is the sigh of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world, and the soul of soulless conditions. It is the opium of the people.

"Religion is the sigh of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world, just as it is the spirit of a spiritless situation. It is the opium of the people."

The foundation of irreligious criticism is: Man makes religion, religion does not make man. Religion is, indeed, the self-consciousness and self-esteem of man who has either not yet won through to himself, or has already lost himself again. But man is no abstract being squatting outside the world. Man is the world of man – state, society. This state and this society produce religion, which is an inverted consciousness of the world, because they are an inverted world. Religion is the general theory of this world, its encyclopaedic compendium, its logic in popular form, its spiritual point d’honneur, its enthusiasm, its moral sanction, its solemn complement, and its universal basis of consolation and justification. It is the fantastic realization of the human essence since the human essence has not acquired any true reality. The struggle against religion is, therefore, indirectly the struggle against that world whose spiritual aroma is religion.

Religious suffering is, at one and the same time, the expression of real suffering and a protest against real suffering. Religion is the sigh of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world, and the soul of soulless conditions. It is the opium of the people.

The abolition of religion as the illusory happiness of the people is the demand for their real happiness. To call on them to give up their illusions about their condition is to call on them to give up a condition that requires illusions. The criticism of religion is, therefore, in embryo, the criticism of that vale of tears of which religion is the halo.

Many years I only knew Marx this sentence “ Religion is the opium of masses”. I would always quote this phrase to defend my childish/ amateur thinking about religious criticism- be it Islam, Christian, Hinduism or Sanati any religious believe. But I thank to JNU’s culture of post dinner talk in which I was corrected and told to read some articles.  It was there I realized that I was reading the last sentence of a paragraph. It gives different meaning if we read along with the paragraph and different meaning if it is read separately.      According to Marx, religion is an expression of material realities and economic injustice. Thus, problems in religion are ultimately problems in society. Religion is not the disease, but merely a symptom. It is used by oppressors to make people feel better about the distress they experience due to being poor and exploited. This is the origin of his comment that religion is the “opium of the masses” — but as shall see, his thoughts are much more complex than commonly portrayed.

This is a long debate and I will leave it here to proceed with the original issue- the government schools are non-performing institutions, hence go for private school.

The purpose of above argument is to make the point clear that many of us are picking of the last sentence of the thesis/ article which says that the government schools are not performing. We have to read the whole issue in proper context- the thesis in support of trade in education so that selected few can get “quality education” and the rest…

The government schools (read institutions, because the next target is other organs of the govt.) are not This is 100 % wrong statement and understanding. People who support private players in education  or trade in education points two things-
[1] They don’t understand the dynamics degrading government institutions or
[2] They


What is the vision of education?

========++++++=======
Satish Jha

Government schools DO NOT offer education. Anyone who even thinks education happens there needs to take time off to rethink what education is or should be in the times we live in. Only those who went to government schools and ended up getting a government job may think it works.

Imagine this: even the government sets 33% as a bare minimum pass mark. How many children going to government schools end up knowing how to write correctly in their own mother tongue even after a B degree like a BA etc?

Did you not see the results that less than 1 percent teachers with a B Ed degree could pass the governments test in Delhi?

EI has found a niche for itself that is good while being a century out of date. But india is growing a century behind if you take the weighted average of its collective knowledge anyway!

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          Weasels of the Week: Vince Russo and ..........take a guess who got another set   
Less than six months into his term in office, and President Donald Trump has proven over and over again that he cannot smoothly transition himself into his new role.

Like a petulant child, President Trump picks fights via Twitter when it is not appropriate to do so, if only because he's so accustomed to drawing attention to himself for whatever.

The latest example of the Presidential immaturity came in another set of tweets directed at Joe Scarborough and his fiancée, Mika Berezinski, hosts of Morning Joe. dismissing the couple as crazy (Mika) and psycho (Joe), and even poking fun at what he assumed had been some plastic surgery done on Mika. Even fellow Republicans have ripped the President to shreds over this one.

Reportedly, the Trump administration is alleged to have resorted to using blackmail, specifically sending a reporter from the National Enquirer to dig up some dirt. The once respected tabloid is owned by David Pecker and American Media. Pecker is a friend of the President, and more than willing to stain his tabloid's reputation more than before in service to the President. The Enquirer ran a minor piece alleging that Scarborough was drinking multiple six-packs of beer, which Scarborough denies.

I hate to bring it up again, but for someone who reportedly became a born-again Christian a year ago through Dr. James Dobson of Focus on the Family, President Trump is not behaving in a Christian manner. As his pushing 71, the President continues to behave like an immature child, one who is growing drunk with power.

Three Dog Night's 1970 hit, "Liar", is thus dedicated to the President and the tabloid media willing to enable his childish tantrums.



Translated, the President is getting another set of Weasel ears for abusing his office and continuing to perpetuate his childish antics in full public purview.

You say you're a Christian, Mr. Trump. Start living like one.
==========================================
Meanwhile, veteran wrestling personalities Vince Russo and Jim Cornette have been waging a verbal feud for nearly 20 years, dating back to when both were employed by the then-World Wrestling Federation. Both have podcasts now, but their ongoing verbal jousting is hardly on the order of the old Jack Benny-Fred Allen feud on radio back in the day. Not even close.

Russo broke into the wrestling business 25 or so years ago, a video store owner and radio talk show host out of Long Island, hired as a writer for what is now WWE. He left the company in the fall of 1999, and, with his success having gone to his head, tried to recreate some of his lame, outlandish ideas in WCW, and, later, TNA (now Impact Wrestling). Cornette has ripped him to shreds repeatedly for being out of touch with reality, among other things.

So what happens? Within the last week, Cornette, who lives in Louisville, was served with a restraining order to stay away from Russo, who currently lives in Indiana. Seems Russo thinks Cornette, who offered to fight Russo to settle their issue, means to kill him, or something like that.

Cornette, for his part, is Xeroxing copies of the restraining order, autographing them, and selling them online, with the proceeds going to local charities. The funny part about this is that Cornette is an avowed atheist. Russo, like President Trump, claims to be a Christian. Like the President, Russo now has a thin skin from all the insults Cornette has hurled his way since both left the WWE. They last crossed paths in TNA several years ago, but the feud isn't ending anytime soon.

To Russo, we offer this 1965 1-hit wonder by the Castaways:



This is because Russo, the other recipient of the Weasel ears this week, is taking more credit than he should for some of the things he did during the Attitude Era. If not for Vince McMahon editing and filtering Russo's nuttier ideas, we wouldn't have WWE today, to tell you the truth.

As the saying goes, you reap what you sow. I'm sure you can look it up in the Bible, Mr. Russo. If you can remember you have one.
          Fidget Spinners Handed Out in Xerox Booth at Jazz Festival Recalled   
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          FMI Steady Clemency New Report on the Waste Recycling Services Market 2014 - 2020   

Future Market Insights has announced the addition of the “ Waste Recycling Services Market: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment 2014 - 2020" report to their offering.

Valley Cottage, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/28/2017 -- Recycling is the next trend. The waste recycling services has become the one of the fastest growing industry. The trends have been changed and there are many technologies advancement can be performed in the recycling industry. The growth of the waste recycling services is driven by the technology development for waste recycling, the government initiatives towards recycling of waste product and push for reuse of wastage materials. Increasing awareness towards benefit of recycling among people and, growing number of recycling manufacturers are another factors which will uptake the growth of the recycling industry in the near future. Many companies has been evolved in the charitable activities.The government Subsidies on products has cuts down the material costs and gives the business a chance to do something for the community.

The waste recycling services industry facade a different set of challenges that include increasing demand and restricted supply, increasing use of natural resources to producerecycled products, and high cost involvement for producing recycled product.On the other hand, due to unsuitable government policies for both manufacturing and reprocessing,has caused an environmental, health and safety concerns. However, growing demand from regional market and economical labour cost are expected to drive the demand for global waste recycling services market in the near future.

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By Application type, the global waste recycling services market is mainly segmented as Metallurgical, Chemical, Agriculture and Forestry, Textile, Power and Energy, and Construction Industry. Furthermore, the waste recycling services market is further sub-segmented into Iron and steel, Automotive Recycling, Battery Recycling, Compost & Food Waste, Computer & Electronics, Glass & Fiberglass, Liquids Oils & Chemicals, Minerals, Multi-Material Collection, Waste Paper, Scrap Plastic, Tire & Rubber, Wood Recycling, Waste Disposal & Collection, Used Collectible Items, Used Commercial Goods, Used Consumer Items, equipment.

According to market research, automotive segment has dominated the recycling services market and hold over 50% of the market share in 2014. Among all the aforementioned segments, tire and rubber segment is expected to witness 4.3% CAGR in the near future. However, Iron and steel is another sub-segment of metal which is estimated to account for 53.3% of total revenue market in the near future. This is tribute to the substantial decline in the metal price.

Key regions considered for the global waste recycling services market include, Asia Pacific, North America, Middle East and Africa (MEA) Europe, Japan, and RoW. Among all the aforementioned regions, the Asia pacific dominated the global waste recycling services market in term of volume, accounting for over 40% of the total market share in 2014.

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Asia Pacific is expected to continue its dominance in the future due to shift in production units from West to Asia. Moreover, this production shift towards Asia Recycling operations extremely dependent on production and consumption. Europe and North America accounted for 20% of the market share each respectively. Japan is another prominent market for the global waste recycling services market, constructed more than 300 waste-to-energy plants in the past few years.

Key Players in the global waste recycling services market are Eurokey Recycling, Ltd., Northstar Recycling, Triple M Metal LP,Amdahl Corporation, Interface, Inc., Battery Council International (USA), Epson, Inc.,Collins & Aikman,Xerox Corp.,Hewlett-Packard, Fetzer Vineyards, Zanker Road Landfill,Rubicon Global.

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          The iPhone, Xerox PARC, and the IBM PC compatible   
Ars has started a series on the advent of the IBM PC, and today they published part one. The machine that would become known as the real IBM PC begins, of all places, at Atari. Apparently feeling their oats in the wake of the Atari VCS' sudden Space Invaders-driven explosion in popularity and the release of its own first PCs, the Atari 400 and 800, they made a proposal to IBM's chairman Frank Cary in July of 1980: if IBM wished to have a PC of its own, Atari would deign to build it for them. Fascinating history of the most influential computing platform in history, a statement that will surely ruffle a lot of feathers. The IBM PC compatible put a computer on every desk and in every home, and managed to convince hundreds of millions of people of the need of a computer - no small feat in a world where a computer was anything but a normal household item. In turn, this widespread adoption of the IBM PC compatible platform paved the way for the internet to become a success. With yesterday's ten year anniversary of the original iPhone going on sale, a number of people understandably went for the hyperbole, such as proclaiming the iPhone the most important computer in history, or, and I wish I was making this up, claiming the development of the iPhone was more important to the world than the work at Xerox PARC - and since this was apparently a competition, John Gruber decided to exaggerate the claim even more. There's no denying the iPhone has had a huge impact on the world, and that the engineers at Apple deserve all the credit and praise they're getting for delivering an amazing product that created a whole new category overnight. However, there is a distinct difference between what the iPhone achieved, and what the people at Xerox PARC did, or what IBM and Microsoft did. The men and women at PARC literally invented and implemented the graphical user interface, bitmap graphics, Ethernet, laser printing, object-oriented programming, the concept of MVC, the personal computer (networked together!), and so much more - and all this in an era when computers were gigantic mainframes and home computing didn't exist. As for the IBM PC compatible and Wintel - while nowhere near the level of PARC, it did have a profound and huge impact on the world that in my view is far greater than that of the iPhone. People always scoff at IBM and Microsoft when it comes to PCs and DOS/Windows, but they did put a computer on every desk and in every home, at affordable prices, on a relatively open and compatible platform (especially compared to what came before). From the most overpaid CEO down to the most underpaid dock worker - everybody could eventually afford a PC, paving the way for the internet to become as popular and ubiquitous as it is. The iPhone is a hugely important milestone and did indeed have a huge impact on the world - but developing and marketing an amazing and one-of-a-kind smartphone in a world where computing was ubiquitous, where everybody had a mobile phone, and where PDAs existed, is nowhere near the level of extraordinary vision and starting-with-literally-nothing that the people at PARC had, and certainly not as impactful as the rise of the IBM PC compatible and Wintel. It's fine to be celebratory on the iPhone's birthday - Apple and its engineers deserve it - but let's keep at least one foot planted in reality.
          Jazz Fest 2017, Day 7: Ron reviews Youn Sun Nah, Manuel Valera, and The Walt Weiskopf Quartet   

How did a South Korean singer with a fantastic voice end up on a Rochester, New York, stage singing Tom Waits' "Jockey Full of Bourbon" with a punk-metal vibe and earn a standing ovation and an encore?

That might have been the question on your mind if you had just arrived at the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival from Mars.…

          Materi Kelas 7 :Program Aplikasi (Kegunaan Program Aplikasi)   
1.Microsoft Word
Microsoft Word atau Microsoft Office Word adalah perangkat lunak pengolah kata (word processor) andalan Microsoft. Pertama diterbitkan pada 1983 dengan nama Multi-Tool Word untuk Xenix, versi-versi lain kemudian dikembangkan untuk berbagai sistem operasi, misalnya DOS (1983), Apple Macintosh (1984), SCO UNIX, OS/2, dan Microsoft Windows (1989). Setelah menjadi bagian dari Microsoft Office System 2003 dan 2007 diberi nama Microsoft Office Word. Daftar isi [sembunyikan] 1 Sejarah 1.1 Tahun 1990-1995 2 Fitur Unggulan 3 Lihat pula 4 Pranala luar [sunting] Sejarah Banyak ide dan konsep Word diambil dari Bravos, pengolah kata berbasis grafik pertama yang dikembangkan di Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (PARC). Pencipta Bravo, Charles Simonyi, meninggalkan Xerox PARC dan pindah ke Microsoft pada 1981. Simonyi juga menggaet Richard Brodie dari PARC. Pada 1 Februari 1983, pengembangan Multi-Tool Word dimulai. Setelah diberi nama baru Microsoft Word, Microsoft menerbitkan program ini pada 25 Oktober 1983 untuk IBM PC. Saat itu dunia pengolah kata dikuasai oleh WordPerfect dan juga WordStar. Word memiliki konsep "What You See Is What You Get", atau WYSIWYG, dan merupakan program pertama yang dapat menampilkan cetak tebal dan cetak miring pada IBM PC. Word juga banyak menggunakan tetikus yang saat itu tidak lazim sehingga mereka menawarkan paket Word-with-Mouse. Word processor berbasis DOS lain, seperti WordStar dan WordPerfect, menampilkan hanya teks dengan kode markup dan warna untuk menandai pemformatan cetak tebal, miring, dan sebagainya. Word untuk Macintosh, meski memiliki banyak perbedaan tampilan dari versi DOS-nya, diprogram oleh Ken Shapiro dengan sedikit perbedaan dari kode sumber versi DOS, yang ditulis untuk layar tampilan resolusi tinggi dan printer laser, meskipun belum ada produk seperti itu yang beredar untuk publik. Setelah LisaWrite dan MacWrite, Microsoft pun mencoba untuk menambahkan fitur WYSIWYG ke dalam paket program Word for Macintosh. Setelah Word for Macintosh dirilis pada tahun 1985, program tersebut mendapatkan perhatian yang cukup luas dari masyarakat pengguna komputer. Microsoft tidak membuat versi Word 2.0 for Macintosh, untuk menyamakan versi dengan Word untuk sistem atau platform lainnya. Versi selanjutnya dari Word for Macintosh, adalah Word 3.0, yang dirilis pada tahun 1987. Versi ini mencakup banyak peningkatan dan fitur baru tapi memiliki banyak bug. Dalam hanya beberapa bulan, Microsoft mengganti Word 3.0 dengan Word 3.01, yang jauh lebih stabil. Semua pengguna terdaftar dari Word 3.0 dikirimi surat yang berisi salinan Word 3.01 secara gratis, sehingga menjadikan hal ini kesalahan Microsoft paling mahal untuk ditebus pada waktu itu. Word 4.0, yang dirilis pada tahun 1989, merupakan versi yang sangat sukses dan juga stabil digunakan. [sunting] Tahun 1990-1995 Pada rentang tahun ini, Word for Windows diluncurkan. Versi pertama dari Word for Windows dirilis pada tahun 1989 dengan harga 500 Dolar Amerika Serikat. Dengan dirilisnya Microsoft Windows 3.0 pada tahun selanjutnya, penjualan pun akhirnya terdongkrak naik, mengingat Word for Windows 1.0 didesain untuk Windows 3.0 dan performanya sangat buruk jika dijalankan pada versi sebelumnya. Microsoft menunggu hingga merilis Word 2.0 untuk mengukuhkan Microsoft Word sebagai pemimpin pasar pengolah kata.


Pengolahan kata yang dapat ditangani oleh Microsoft word adalah


1. Memilih dan Mengganti jenis huruf
Dalam Microsoft Office word 2007 font (jenis Huruf ) lebih banyak jika                   dibandingkan dengan word 2003. Jenis huruf yang ditampilkannyapun lebih bagus adapun cara-caranya adalah sebagai berikut.
          Ø    Pilih kata atau kalimat yang anda ingin ubah yaitu dengan cara mengeblok kata atau kalimat tersebut
         Ø    Setelah di blok kemudian Klik home
         Ø    Pada kolum font pilih font yang anda inginkan

font



Keistimewaan dalam word 2007 pada waktu anda mengarahkan kursor pada jenis font, kalimat atau kata yang anda blok tadi dengan outomatis berubah sendiri. Anda juga bisa mengisinya sendiri jenis-jenis huruf yang anda sukai, ataupun anda membeli jenis huruf atau mendownload dari internet. Banyak sekali jenis-jenis huruf yang bisa  anda gunakan melalui manual dari control panel.
           Selain dari menu home anda juga bias menggunakan lewat keyboard dengan cara menekan ctrl + shift + f maka akan muncul kotak dialok seperti gambar 12.01  di bawah ini:


menu font


Pada kotak dialog di atas terdapat  6 (enam) hal yang paling penting  yang harus anda ketahui diantaranya adalah sebagai berikut :
     Font : pada kotak font kita juga bisa memilih beberapa jenis huruf yang anda inginkan, untuk       memilih yang lain anda bias tarik scrollnya yang terletak disampingnya.
     Font style : digunakan untuk merubah bentuk atau gaya jenis huruf diantaranya adalah
      Regular : jenis ini adalah jenis biasa atau huruf biasa.
      Italic : jenis ini adalah untuk font atau jenis huruf yang miring
      Bold : jenis ini adalah untuk jenis huruf tebal
      Bold italic : jenis aini adalah untuk jenis huruf tebal dan miring
          Monitor, Log and Analyze Your Serial Port Data Flows   

London, UK -- (ReleaseWire) -- 10/15/2007 -- Serial Monitor is a program specifically aimed at software and hardware developers working with serial ports.

Overview
New Serial Monitor is now a part of upcoming global PC port and connections monitoring solution - Device Monitoring Studio.

Fully customizable user interface, data logging and scripting support makes it an invaluable tool for debugging custom applications, analyzing and reverse-engineering protocols, researching functionality of any third-party software and much, much more.

New product internal architecture along with strong performance optimization allows Serial Monitor to easily outperform any other competitive product available on the market. This means that user may use it even for custom high-speed application without a care about memory consumption, system slowdown or any other oblique interaction with his program.

Key Features
Here are some of the Serial Monitor key features which can't be found in any other competitive product:
1. Multiple monitoring sessions support
2. MODBUS protocol parsing, packet editing/sending
3. Point-to-Point protocol (PPP) packets decoding
4. Statistic graphic analyzing
5. Real-time Logging / Playback support.
6. Application scripting support
7. True 64-bit platform support
8. Generic filtering support
9. Fully customizable User Interface

System Requirements
Windows 2000 Service Pack 4, Windows XP Service Pack 2 (x86 and x64), Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2 (x86 and x64), Windows Vista (x86 and x64). 512MB of RAM and 512 MB of hard disk space.

Availability
Serial Monitor is available in four editions:

Lite - from $ 11.19
Standard - from $ 27.99
Professional - from $ 61.59
Ultimate - from $ 103.59

Serial Monitor homepage: http://www.hhdsoftware.com/Products/home/serial-monitor.html
Serial Monitor 14 day demo: http://www.hhdsoftware.com/Download/serial-monitor.exe

About HHD Software
HHD Software is a fast growing young company which was founded in 2000 and works on providing the high quality monitoring solutions. Its software is used by a lot of companies and organizations all over the world, including Microsoft, Apple, NASA, Lockheed Martin, Intel, IBM, Hewlett Packard, Honeywell, Adobe, Broadcom, LG Electronics, Samsung, Hitachi, Panasonic, Xerox and Sony.

Contacts
HHD Software, 29 Harley Street, London, United Kingdom, W1G 9QR
Phone: +44 207 612 46 27
Fax: +44 207 927 30 35
E-mail: press@hhdsoftware.com

For more information on this press release visit: http://www.releasewire.com/press-releases/release-14185.htm

Media Relations Contact

Vasiliy Vasilyev
HHD Software
Telephone: +44 207 612 46 27
Email: Click to Email Vasiliy Vasilyev
Web: http://www.hhdsoftware.com/


          USB Monitor 3ML (Device Monitoring Studio) for Windows Vista Released   

London, UK -- (ReleaseWire) -- 05/14/2007 -- HHD Software, a pioneer in the software industry, announces the released of USB Monitor for Windows Vista. The USB Monitor product is now part of the fast growing line of device monitoring utilities offered by HHD Software.

USB Monitoring Software is a monitoring and analyzing tool with logging capabilities. This Universal Serial Bus (USB) monitoring software allows you to spy, capture, view and analyze any USB device. With a fully customizable user interface, configurable toolbars and keyboard shortcuts makes this program a snap to use.

"We are extremely excited at the response we have received with this product" said Vasiliy Vasilyev. "We are creating tools that users desperately need in this industry."

To download a 14 day demo of the software, visit http://www.hhdsoftware.com/Download/usb-monitor.exe

USB Monitoring software is Windows XP, 2000 and Vista compatbile. Thoroughly tested on different platforms by many people around a world makes this program the most reliable USB Monitoring software in the market.

About HHD Software:

HHD Software is a fast growing young company which was founded in 2000 and works on providing the high quality monitoring solutions. Its software is used by a lot of companies and organizations all over the world, including Microsoft, Apple, NASA, Lockheed Martin, Intel, IBM, Hewlett Packard, Honeywell, Adobe, Broadcom, LG Electronics, Samsung, Hitachi, Panasonic, Xerox and Sony.

For more information about HHD Software or their products, contact
Vasiliy Vasilyev at HHD Software, 29 Harley Street, London, United Kingdom W1G 9QR.
Phone: +44 207 612 46 27
Fax: +44 207 927 30 35
E-mail: press@hhdsoftware.com
Web Site: http://www.hhdsoftware.com

For more information on this press release visit: http://www.releasewire.com/press-releases/release-12003.htm

Media Relations Contact

Vasiliy Vasilyev
USB Monitor 3ML Lite
Email: Click to Email Vasiliy Vasilyev
Web: http://www.hhdsoftware.com/


          Monitor and Analyze your USB Devices   

USB Monitor (Device Monitoring Studio) for Windows 2000/XP/Vista has been released.

London, UK -- (ReleaseWire) -- 04/05/2007 -- The USB Monitor product is now part of the forth-coming Device Monitoring Studio solution, which will offer the ultimate monitoring functionality, joining the power and functionality of our USB Monitor, Serial Monitor and Accurate Network Monitor products.

The current release contains the USB monitoring support, continuing and extending the unique features of the USB Monitor 2.37.

Here's the brief list of new and updated features:

1. Superior performance:
* the product is now capable of real-time monitoring of high-speed devices (with throughput up to tens MB/sec)
* allows you to configure several visualizers for the monitoring session without affecting performance and memory consumption

2. Better scalability:
* offers effective support for multi-core processing and hyper-threading technology, fast memory and HDDs, providing you the unique experience while monitoring in real-time
* allows you to monitor several USB devices at the same time or monitor and play back log(s) at the same time

3. User-friendliness:
* fully customizable user interface: floating/docking windows with auto-hide support, configurable toolbars and keyboard shortcuts with export/import capability
* the use of vector icons allows smooth running on any font DPI settings
* the powerful Statistics visualizer displays statistical data, collected for the monitoring session, including the momentary data for bytes transferred/sec, packets/sec, bytes read/sec and bytes written/sec counters

4. Informational:
* provides you with a lot of technical information about connected USB devices, including the USB device descriptor, configuration descriptor, HID descriptors and part of Windows device tree, related to the selected USB device
* special visualizers for USB Mass Storage, Still Image and HID device classes

Product Home Page:
http://www.hhdsoftware.com/Products/home/usb-monitor.html

Availability
The product is available in three editions: Lite, Standard and Professional.
http://www.hhdsoftware.com/Products/compare/usb-monitor.html

Download Link:
http://www.hhdsoftware.com/Download/usb-monitor.exe> (2.35 Mb)

System Requirements:
512MB RAM, 512MB HD free space

Pricing:
* Lite - $59.99
* Standard - $99.99
* Professional - $199.99

About HHD Software:
HHD Software is a fast growing young company which was founded in 2000 and works on providing the high quality monitoring solutions. Its software is used by a lot of companies and organizations all over the world, including Microsoft, Apple, NASA, Lockheed Martin, Intel, IBM, Hewlett Packard, Honeywell, Adobe, Broadcom, LG Electronics, Samsung, Hitachi, Xerox and Sony.

For more information on this press release visit: http://www.releasewire.com/press-releases/release-11313.htm

Media Relations Contact

Vasiliy Vasilyev
USB Monitor (Device Monitoring Studio)
Email: Click to Email Vasiliy Vasilyev
Web: http://www.hhdsoftware.com/


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I Am a Fucking Plagiarist by Javier Grillo-Marxuach
February 26th, 2015 RESET - +
Art is theft.

— Pablo Picasso


BEFORE I HAD anything to say, I had the desire to say something.

No, let me revise that. I had the desire to be heard.

A family legend is that at the age of three I leaped on stage during my brother’s Christmas pageant at his elementary school and launched into an extemporaneous monologue in which I apparently demanded that the audience answer for being in “my mother’s house.” It was my very own toddlerized version of that Dean Martin bit where he steps up to the mic, starts at the sight of the audience, and asks, “How’d you all get in here?”

My God. Even at three I was a plagiarist.



Plagiarism is basic to all culture.— Pete Seeger


Plagiarist. The word is a snake. Writers loathe its greasy venom. All our worst nightmares begin with the accusation of plagiarism. Why? Because it impugns the myth that we are “original” and therefore “special” and “different.” But, even worse, “plagiarist” lives next -door to the accusation we most suspect to be truth: “fraud.”

To further torture the metaphor, “fraud” is a crack house — an urban blight easily cast out because it exists at an extreme so far from most people’s experience. You can always say: “That’s not me, I’m not an addict and a criminal,” and, as long as your shoes, clothes, and teeth are passable, have some benefit of the doubt.

“Plagiarist,” however, is the lawyer’s mansion with the obsessive-compulsively manicured lawn, mirrored hardwood floors, and massive library. “Plagiarist” is a rich and burnished space of unlimited resources, where a methodical investigator — a latter-day George Smiley — has made his fortune exposing everyone else. It’s only a matter of time before he turns his unblinking sight on you.

And the insidiously magnificent thing about the word “plagiarist” — as opposed to, say, “plagiarizer” — is the sinister double implication of mastery and serial offense. There’s something about that -ist at the end. It tops the injury of the accusation off with the insult of “and these are just the ones we’ve caught … but we’re on to you now.”

To this day I suspect, in the darkest corners of my guilty soul, that the cottage industry of quotes from famous writers and intellectuals endorsing some form of theft as the only way to evolve the culture is little else than a great, collective, preemptive strike. I’m reminded of the greatest, and most frequently ignored, truth in the PR business: “Go ugly early.”

“Go ugly early” basically means “Own it before they catch you.”

For example: had Bill Clinton admitted to his infidelities before the media caught on — the strategy goes — the scandal would have been short-circuited by blunt and factual admission. Tawdry speculation dies when perpetrators shine a harsh, specular light on their unpleasant truths and take responsibility.

There’s “plagiarists” and there’s “fucking plagiarists.” The former plagiarize by accident — or at least claim to with plausible deniability — they forgot they heard or read something somewhere and mistook the idea for their own, or skipped a footnote, or maybe they just had the same idea as someone else and are the unwitting victims of fate, and that’s their story, and they are sticking to it. The latter did it on purpose, they know damned well they did it, and they’ll deploy all the same arguments as the former to make sure you never know it.

Of course, not everyone gets away with it.

For the fucking plagiarist, the “early” in “Go ugly early” means “any time before someone else busts you.” Hence, I believe, all the quotes. The more flowery your defense of your own plagiarism before the truth comes out, the better. The more flowery your defense after, the more you come off looking like a fucking douche.

It’s all in the timing, you see.



Our souls as well as our bodies are composed of individual elements which were all already present in the ranks of our ancestors. The “newness” in the individual psyche is an endlessly varied recombination of age-old components.

— Carl Jung



Twelve years after the “Dean Martin incident,” I was a sophomore in high school. Bringing Great Honor to my people (a line I just stole from Mark Leyner’s bio page in his novel My Cousin, My Gastroenterologist), I was also co-founder and president of “Lunchbox Theater.” Tired of not being cast in our high school drama team productions by a faculty coach who hated the smug sight of me, I worked with another student on the idea of a side project for the school’s drama team.

(Her name was Stacie Ressler, and to this day she’d probably tell you I never gave her enough credit for our joint venture.)

The idea? We would write and perform short plays during the lunch recess, thus giving students the ability to, well … be heard.

Taking the sum of our ideas home, I quickly typed a proposal on my mother’s Royal typewriter, waved it in front of the drama coach’s face, and — based on her most cursory and dismissive wave-off of tentative approval — scheduled a meeting with the school principal to get permission to launch the project.

The meeting with the principal went like gangbusters. By the time our drama coach — a gloriously overworked sexagenarian with a vindictive streak mitigated by her rapidly eroding memory — realized what was going on, our first play, written by yours truly, was in production and the posters announcing the premiere were up in the school hallways.

Score one for the rebels.

This first play was called “Flicks” — and fitting for someone too young to have anything to say — it was about a movie mogul whose work was constantly interrupted by assorted caricatures of “industry types” inasmuch as I understood them. It was essentially a 10-minute vignette of even shorter vignettes taken from my impression of how Hollywood “worked” based on my obsessive viewing of the then-nascent Entertainment Tonight.

To everyone’s surprise but mine (my attempts at publicity included physically pulling people from the school hallway into the auditorium), “Flicks” attracted something of an audience. The smattering of applause we received was ultimate confirmation that my end run around our tyrannical drama coach had been a righteous move. It was also my first taste of that most addicting of sensations — the dragon everyone who puts pen to paper is chasing even if they want you to believe otherwise.

I had been heard.

I was also immediately overtaken by a sense of abject dread. Later in life, as a working television writer, I would come to understand that tensing of the chest as pretty much the normal state of my screenwriting brethren. This was our first show. We had committed to doing one of these plays every other week.

What were we going to do for an encore?



Nothing is original. Steal from anywhere that resonates with inspiration or fuels your imagination. Devour old films, new films, music, books, paintings, photographs, poems, dreams, random conversations, architecture, bridges, street signs, trees, clouds, bodies of water, light and shadows. Select only things to steal from that speak directly to your soul. If you do this, your work (and theft) will be authentic. Authenticity is invaluable; originality is nonexistent.

— Jim Jarmusch



At the end of my junior year, I stepped down from the Lunchbox troupe’s leadership and settled into an emeritus role: producing and directing as many short plays as I could write. I could no longer pretend to be an outcast malcontent. I had become a generally popular member of the student body, the co-creator of a popular theater program, and pulling double duty as features editor of the school paper.

Even better, our new drama coach turned out to be an extraordinarily supportive mentor with a remarkable way of simultaneously encouraging me, giving me enough rope to hang myself, and calling me out on my general stupidity and arrogance.

I even went on a few dates and acquired written proof that at least one girl at the school found me “very handsome.”

By the time Huron High School released me, Lunchbox Theater had become an institution that would go on for almost a decade and a half after my graduation, and the yearly “Lunchbox Theater Festival” — which I had inaugurated after our second year — had become something of a highlight of the school year.

Moreover, other teachers started to pay attention to our little island of misfit toys … one of them was impressed enough by my leadership and the sheer volume of my output to nominate me for a scholarship from the National Council of Teachers of English. Another one of my teachers wrote a college letter of recommendation I aspire to live up to pretty much every day.

The xeroxed 8.5-by-11” posters of my accomplishments hung proudly on my childhood bedroom wall alongside posters for Lucas and Spielberg films. The titles of my plays were as silly as adolescence: “Flicks,” “Suburban Life,” “Table Talk,” “The Incredible Frampster,” “King Rex,” “Son of Rex,” “The Date,” “The Incredible Adventures of the Intrepid Teddy Potsdorf,” “Son of the Incredible Adventures of the Intrepid Teddy Potsdorf.”

Out of that collection, point your attention to title number two: “Table Talk.”

That’s my original sin. The act of plagiarism that defines my self-concept to this day. It is the smoking gun whose discovery I have spent three decades fearing.



I don’t think that you saw me do those jokes and said, “I’m going to tell those jokes, too.” I don’t think there’s a world where you’re that stupid. Or that bad a guy. […] I do think, though, that you’re like […] a rocket […] and your engines are sucking stuff up. Stuff is getting sucked up in your engines, like birds and bugs and some of my jokes. I think you saw me do them. I know you saw me do them, and I think they just went in your brain, and I don’t think you meant to do it, but I don’t think you stopped yourself either.

— “Louie” to “Dane Cook” fictionally addressing real-world accusations of plagiarism of Louis CK’s material by Cook. From the episode “Oh Louie/Tickets” of Louie



These are the facts:

On May 15 of 1982, the third-to-last sketch of Saturday Night Live was a two-hander entitled “Table Talk.”

The premise: cast member Tony Rosato played a rough-around-the-edges vulgarian food critic using a first-person, break-the-fourth-wall monologue to teach the audience how to defraud good restaurants of their wine. A less-than-competent waiter served as his foil. The sketch ended with Rosato telling the audience to tune in next week when he would teach them how to “stuff an entire salad bar into a doggie bag.”

Sometime in 1986, I wrote a short play about a stuck-up, manners-obsessed restaurant critic using a first-person, break-the-fourth-wall monologue to teach the audience the make-up of a perfect meal and the way a proper restaurant ought to go about serving it. The critic’s monologue was continually interrupted by such digressions as a noisy family with children, a tacky lounge singer on a date with a cheesy divorcée, and a Cuban hijacker with multiple personality disorder bent on redirecting the restaurant to Havana. An incompetent waiter and grotesquely stereotypical French maître d’ — who was more than a little derivative of John Cleese in Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life — served as his foils.

“Table Talk” was performed three times by Lunchbox Theater: it premiered during a lunchtime recess in the fall semester and was subsequently revived as a curtain-raiser for the drama team’s spring production, and for the year-end festival. During my freshman year at Carnegie Mellon University, I convinced the extracurricular drama club to perform the play in one of the school’s restaurants.

“Table Talk” had its swan song in 1992 when the Flaming Gorilla Company — a troupe I formed with my friends to perform new work during the summers between college semesters — decided to go out with a bang by making our last-ever production a charity event/nostalgia fest for our high school theater company: “The Original Lunchbox Theater Festival.”

By the time this final production came around, “Table Talk” had metastasized to include the scene-stealing addition of an explosively flatulent restaurant patron.



Immature poets imitate; mature poets steal; bad poets deface what they take, and good poets make it into something better, or at least something different. The good poet welds his theft into a whole of feeling which is unique, utterly different from that from which it was torn; the bad poet throws it into something which has no cohesion.

— T. S. Eliot



I have a great memory — maybe not photographic, but definitely classical realist. I can’t tell you with a straight face that I didn’t remember I hadn’t seen the SNL sketch when I sat down to write my “Table Talk” on that Royal typewriter at two in the morning on a dateless Friday night. That would be a lie.

Yes. I knew it. It’s why I went out of my way to write something radically different. I even considered changing the title to “Dinner Mints” because I realized in the forefront of my mind that, while I found the alliterative title positively beguiling, it would — quite rightfully — raise the dreaded specter of plagiarism.

To this day, I wish I had. I also wonder if I would be a different person for it.

The one thing I can’t figure out no matter how hard I rack my brain is whether I was a dumb kid who just sort of figured “who the hell has ever heard of this Saturday Night Live show anyway,” or whether I believed that I had changed so much of the structure and content of what I had seen that I convinced myself the title wasn’t going to matter …

Or whether I perversely reasoned that I had earned the right to keep the title because I had made so many “improvements” on the concept.

There are dark places in the mind that stubbornly resist the effort to excavate the irritating artifact whose removal will provide relief. Or maybe it’s just that there is no artifact and no relief is possible.

Maybe I just wanted to be heard.

I do know this: after the play went up for the first time, a girl on whom I harbored a massive crush asked me if I had ever seen a similarly themed sketch on Saturday Night Live a few years before. I denied all knowledge.

Before that, when my friends would call me out on quoting Monty Python or SCTV too liberally — which, by the way, was invariably — or whether I had invented my superhero “Galactic Cow” in the sixth grade not just out of a bovine obsession born of multiple childhood trips to my great uncle Vicente’s dairy farm, but also a misguided admiration of the Ted Knight sitcom Too Close for Comfort, I would generally sheepishly cop to it and go on my way without much moral injury. But this was somehow different. Nixonian levels of denial were the only way to go.

Frankly, I wish I had admitted to it and either retitled or withdrawn the play altogether, because I now believe it was at that moment — and not when I conceived of the possibility of making a thing taking themes from a sketch I had seen on a show one time — that I truly shamed myself.

I was a plagiarist already — but that’s the moment I became a fucking plagiarist.



All writing is in fact cut-ups. A collage of words read heard overheard. What else?

— William S. Burroughs



In the mid-aughts, then–Harvard sophomore Kaavya Viswanathan received what was widely reported as a half-million-dollar-plus contract for a novel she wrote in high school — How Opal Mehta Got Kissed, Got Wild, and Got a Life — and a projected sequel. The real-life story was sensational headline-bait: a high-achieving young woman of color writing an exceptional book about her coming-of-age experiences and getting richly rewarded for her hard work.

High-profile agents at William Morris and a movie deal followed.

Until the entire shitbox came crashing down when it was revealed that many passages of Viswanathan’s book bore a striking resemblance to the work of well-established and respected YA novelist Megan McCafferty.

Several excruciating months of accusations, denials, and outright class warfare followed. The color of her skin aside, Viswanathan’s “superhero origin story” was chock-full of signifiers of wealth and privilege: her parents, both physicians, had spent thousands to hire an “admissions coach” to help her get into Harvard, and it was this person who first recognized her literary genius. Cowed resignation followed, Viswanathan was duly, and — my waggish tone notwithstanding — rightfully, shamed.

Her book was pulled from the shelves and pulped.

By the time the dust settled and all the online and mainstream media outlets had their way with the carcass, Viswanathan had been proven beyond the shadow of a doubt to have not only lifted passages from McCafferty’s novels Sloppy Firsts and Second Helpings, but also from Meg Cabot’s The Princess Diaries, Tanuja Desai Hidier’s Born Confused, Sophie Kinsella’s Can You Keep a Secret?, and even Salman Rushdie’s Haroun and the Sea of Stories. The Collective Detective — that legion of crime-busting journalists professional and amateur, armed with Google, PDFs, searchable ebook editions of the Western canon — had judged her not just a plagiarist, but a fucking plagiarist.

In her own defense, Viswanathan claimed that, yes, she had read those books, but that as she wrote her novel, she truly believed that she was writing her own voice and experience. Further along the line, she also explained that — because she does in fact have a photographic memory — it was quite possible that, in the rush of creation, her prodigious mental capacity did too good a job of transposing her experience of reading into those places where the words corresponded to her experience of life.

While calling “bullshit” may seem to be the only reasonable response to Viswanathan’s protestation — followed by a snide comment about how, even in contrition, Viswanathan just couldn’t stop herself from bragging about her prodigious gifts — I must admit I don’t find it entirely implausible.

When I was in the ninth grade, a substitute music teacher suggested to our choir that the way to “get good” at anything creative was to mimic the work of the masters. He even gave the example of how, when he was our age and learning his craft, he played his clarinet along to Benny Goodman records — matching Goodman note for note — until he achieved proficiency.

Now, I’d love to sell you on the notion that my “misunderstanding” of this kind man’s generous advice is what led to my own crimes — or that it in some way exonerates Viswanathan — but that would be unfair to him, and would let everyone off the hook way too easily. No, I need his words to make another point entirely that does not exonerate me in any way, but rather to ask a question …

How does a zygotic writer “play along to Benny Goodman?”

Around the same time as the Viswanathan scandal, another writer — Cassandra Clare — emerged from a shit storm of often scathing online criticism to publish her first novel, The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones. Clare’s previous incarnation had been as a popular writer of Harry Potter fan fiction. Like much other fanfic, her work was chock-full of “meta” in the form of lines of dialogue and plot points referencing other fantasy properties.

In Clare’s case, the Collective Detective appeared to be convinced that her fan fiction lifted the form and structure of an entire chapter from another fantasy novel for her own uses as well. Unlike Viswanathan, Clare answered her critics early and often — claiming that the echoes of the work of others in hers were an act of homage on her part. To the many who vociferously continue to make the detracting case online, Clare’s fanfic committed acts of straight-up plagiarism. To her, and her defenders, it simply did what is an essential component of fanfic: to conflate, aggregate, and flatter its influences through quotation.

Clare had the last laugh on her online critics. Her book series — which is unrelated to her Harry Potter fan fiction other than in being a fantasy portrayal of young people grappling with their entrance into a “hero’s journey” paradigm of magic and questing — has become a publishing phenomenon. Multiple sequels, prequels and equals — as well as a movie — followed. A TV series is currently in the works.

Viswanathan went on to law school, where she excelled academically, landed an enviable summer associate position, and presumably continues to flourish. A tragic footnote to her journey is that when her parents perished in an airplane crash in 2011, the story gained some news-cycle traction because of her notoriety.

Do a Google search and imagine yourself in the shoes of someone whose mother’s and father’s sudden and horrible passing at a young age (both were early fifties) was widely reported as the death of the parents of Harvard plagiarist Kaavya Viswanathan.



People are always talking about originality, but what do they mean? As soon as we are born, the world begins to work upon us, and this goes on to the end. What can we call our own except energy, strength, and will? If I could give an account of all that I owe to great predecessors and contemporaries, there would be but a small balance in my favor.

— Goethe



I followed the Viswanathan plagiarism scandal with great interest, and great dread.

As the Collective Detective pulled apart Viswanathan’s novel, finding all of her legitimate lifts from other authors, I couldn’t help but ask myself a question. What young person’s creative work — even one without such flagrant steals — could possibly hide its influences against that level of fine-toothed scrutiny?

Between high school and college, I wrote or co-wrote some 26 pieces for the stage including one-acts, a full-length play, and the book for a musical. I wrote a weekly column for my college paper, and occasionally contributed movie reviews and an additional editorial column. I even sent back dispatches from a semester in London. I also performed two one-man monologue shows. How is that level of output not going to, in some way, reflect every idea that came over the transom?

Hell, my entire adolescent psyche was an act of intellectual plagiarism made in rehearsal for something that would eventually become an adult life — and I dare you, dear reader, to claim that anything you did in your formative years was anything different.

If you read my journals, you will find a boy who was certain that he would spend a lifetime upholding the undeniable and enduring value of post-structuralism by way of Eco and Baudrillard … followed by the undeniable and enduring value of Sartrean Existentialism … and then Camusian Existentialism, and then Brechtian Marxism vis-à-vis the theater audience as a metaphor for humanity at large, and then Liberation Theology, and then Ayn Randian Objectivism, and — by the end of my senior year of college — morose and resigned Orwellian truth-telling socialism.

I was playing along with Benny Goodman, and the varied institutions responsible for my growth and development threw Benny Goodmans at me as fast as I could listen to their LPs.

Unlike Viswanathan, I had the good fortune of not having anything I wrote mistaken for mature professional work and bought for a fortune. I had the lucky break of not being covered as a phenom by the world press. I had the privilege of not being the voice of my race, class, or generation in any way whatsoever. What I was given was space to experiment, and — most importantly — fail.

Which I did. Often.

I was also lucky for the tutelage of a legion of patient teachers and peers who sometimes by honest criticism and guidance, and others by open derision, forced me to find my own voice as opposed to borrowing those of others. Or at least borrowing without citing.

That’s right. Somewhere in that unconscionably protracted period of gestation, even this slow learner caught on to that truth to which the entire world expects all true writers to be born — because it’s clearly a one-strike-and-you’re-out offense.

“Thou shalt not be a fucking plagiarist.”

It was for the best that it took so long for me to learn this lesson, and even longer to gain some proficiency and become a professional in my field. As any legitimate prodigy will tell you — accused beneficiary of “nepotism” Lena Dunham comes to mind — being anointed “child genius” and given a showy and much-publicized financial boon for preternaturally brilliant work is the world’s biggest “kick me” sign. Few are hated more than the young, gifted, and perceived as unfairly munificent.

And woe betide the ones lacking the cunning to cover their sins adequately, because these days, the judges, juries, and executioners all have Google.

As for Cassandra Clare, if she did, in fact commit acts beyond mere homage, they all took place in the gray-market world of fanfic, which is not for profit, not covered by mainstream media, and has only recently led a very selected few to mass-market glory (as evidenced by E. L. James, who pioneered her blockbusting Fifty Shades of Grey series as Twilight fanfic, and Clare herself).

The difference between plagiarism and fucking plagiarism, it seems, has as much to do with context, intent, venue, and — some would say most importantly — the material gains, as it does the act itself.

Though Clare suffered a great deal of madness, rage, and abuse from a large segment of the Harry Potter online fan community, she wasn’t exposed to the world at large by journalists, nor was she publicly stripped of her contracts, and labeled a plagiarist by The New York Times and others to the point where the indictment would go so far as become the lede in the story of her parents’ death. Clare did, apparently, change the spelling of her last name from “Claire” and deleted her fanfic from the web, presumably in order to avoid lingering associations between her “profic” career and the controversies of her previous incarnation.

Clare was smart, or lucky — or both, or neither — to do all her throat-clearing, rehearsals for prolificity, and playing along with Benny Goodman in a world where the watchers are limited to fandom, the financial stakes don’t get you labeled the Mozart of the YA world and put a target on your back, and — at the end of the day — you are still playing in someone else’s sandbox and are not liable unless you turn a profit without permission. It wasn’t until she had earned her thick hide — and, presumably, the ability to mask her influences appropriately — that Clare moved into the mainstream world of Urban Fantasy. Whatever she did or didn’t do took place during a productive but still gestational moment in her writing career.

Of course these are all excuses. Nothing exonerates me for “Table Talk.”

I am still a fucking plagiarist.



If you steal from one author, it’s plagiarism; if you steal from many, it’s research.

— Wilson Mizner



Plagiarism may be the only crime in which the cover-up ultimately generates far more profit for the perpetrator than the stolen object.

One of the more interesting aspects of getting my start as a television writer in the pre–Second Golden Era TV of the 1990s was getting to work with a number of people who had cut their teeth back when television was REALLY disreputable: the 1970s and ’80s.

Aside from getting the general impression that TV in the ’80s was essentially Mad Men with cocaine, I found many of my superiors to have a very interesting attitude toward … well, if not plagiarism, at least appropriation.

Among the older generation of executive and co-executive producers, the guys who had worked for Stephen J. Cannell, Glen Larson, and their ilk, the running joke was “television is the original derivative medium.”

Among the younger writer/producers occupying mid-level positions ­­— the people with whom a rookie writer like myself had the most contact — there was a general disdain for the old guard. Many of these upstarts, who later did, in fact, help bring about the current Golden Age, saw themselves as renegades eager to wrest TV from thieving forebears.

A great deal of their contempt found voice in accusations of plagiarism and fraud. The most salient accusation was always thrown at “this guy who worked at Cannell.”

To this day, no one has conclusively told me who “this guy” was, even though I have heard the story told several times. I sometimes wonder if “this guy who worked at Cannell” was the TV equivalent of “this girl I met at summer camp.”

Anyway, “this guy” was legendary for setting up his 22-episode seasons of television by writing on a white board a list of all the classic films he wanted to rip off that year and handing out the titles as assignments to his staff.

Of course, the guys who told the story about “this guy who worked at Cannell” always portrayed themselves as shocked and horrified by the blatant plagiarism. At the same time, they gladly took the paycheck to write “the Die Hard episode” or “the Rashomon episode,” and, of course, the hardy perennial, “The Most Dangerous Game episode.” God knows I have.

One thing was always clear — even if on occasion we in the rank and file are forced to do the bidding of a hack showrunner who has no scruples about being a fucking plagiarist — those of us who tell the story of “this guy” are never the hacks or the thieves. That’s the point of the tale. It’s a totemic object of immunity, like on Survivor. The dishy tale of “this guy” is a shibboleth that alights to others that we too are in the fraternity of Those Who Know Better.

That’s why it’s always someone else. That’s why it’s “this guy who worked at Cannell.” We’re not the thieves. We are the ones who are self-aware and self-referential. We’re the ones who excoriate the thieves and occasionally bear with gritted teeth the stark and unpleasant necessities of our trade. We are the ones who say clever things in the writers room like “yes, you’ve seen it before, but not with these actors” and “that idea is so brilliant I have NO choice but to steal it and claim it for my own” while we bide our time until we can call the shots and chisel True Original Stories from the living rock of our beloved medium.

Inside every writer lives the fantasy that our worst and most derivative work is the result of someone else’s influence. Happenstance may occasionally make plagiarists out of us … but we sure as shit ain’t fucking plagiarists.



It’s not where you take things from — it’s where you take them to.

— Jean-Luc Godard



I will always remember my first year in TV as the one in which not one but three major network television shows flagrantly ripped off John Carpenter’s The Thing.

The venerable The X-Files — currently, though erroneously, thought to be above such shenanigans — even went as far as to stage their episodic riff on Carpenter’s paranoid tale of serial possession by an alien parasite found in the ice near a desolate arctic ice station in … well … an arctic ice station.

They even titled the episode “Ice.”

Coming in second was seaQuest DSV and … well … that program actually ripped off The Thing twice in the same season. Apparently, the series’s warring showrunners each had the same brainstorm individually, and then refused to budge on who would withdraw the script written without the other’s knowledge. In one, the cause of the possession of successive crew members was a helmet from the lost continent of Atlantis, in the other, an ancient chest found in an undersea mining colony.

Coming in third was Earth 2, which substituted an alien parasite found in the ice for … well, an alien parasite found in the ice.

The ugly truth of the matter is this: as respectable as television may have become in the last 20 years, showrunners still have to produce a fuckton of hours of entertainment. When the beast must be fed at regular intervals on pain of death, the real test of originality is how far you can stretch the trope until it’s no longer recognizable as the trope — preferably while finding some sort of resonant human context to which a broadcast audience of millions of all races, creeds, and colors can relate.

When a show becomes popular and produces 22 hours a year — for many years — those who love the show ultimately remember the characters, the great moments they shared, and the few truly standout stories in the overall narrative miasma. Few of the fans — even at their most obsessive-compulsive — actually remember that the individual story of the episode in which their beloved weekly visitors first kissed, or had some other such watershed moment, was probably something as hackneyed as the “Most Dangerous Game episode.”

The amusing truth of the matter is this: often — especially in a mature career in a medium with six decades of mass visibility — you will hear a pitch that is derivative of something that was, itself, derivative of something else that the pitcher is not aware of. More than once I have heard a younger writer say, “Do you remember that old episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation where Riker passes out in the teaser and wakes up 16 years later as captain of the Enterprise, but he can’t remember anything … and he cleverly realizes that his amnesia is really a Romulan ruse to get him to give up sensitive information?” only to be shocked when told, “Yeah, it was a takeoff from an even older James Garner movie — based on a Roald Dahl short story — where he’s an Allied spy who passes out before the D-Day invasion, wakes up in a U.S. Army Hospital six years later, and can’t remember anything, then cleverly realizes that his amnesia is a German ruse to extract from him the location of the invasion.”

Derivation is the air we breathe.

And yet there’s “Table Talk.”



We live among ideas much more than we live in nature.

— Saul Bellow



As I walked off the Emmy stage into the dark backstage of the Shrine Auditorium with the cast of Lost and my fellow writer/producers after earning the award for Best Drama, I entertained the thought of how quickly and easily all of this could be taken away from me if anyone found out — and decided to make a Viswanathanian stink about — “Table Talk.”

It wasn’t anomalous for me to entertain that thought at the time. I have dined with that unwelcome guest on the average of three to six times a day, every day, for the past thirty years (alongside other, better known, hits from the depressives’ jukebox, including the classics “I hate myself and I want to die” and “oh God, oh God, why was I born such a revolting troll?”).

Tick-tock-tick-tock-Table-Talk. Tick-tock-tick-tock-Table-Talk.

“Table Talk” was produced at my university. Even if it was extracurricular — for no school grade or profit — the production was funded by a student activities fee levied on every one of the school’s attendees. How do I know the administration won’t take back my degree after reading this?

How do I know that the National Council of Teachers of English couldn’t retroactively rescind the scholarship that sent me there?

How do I know that when the sixth episode of the second season of Helix — the show on which I have toiled as a co-executive producer for the past two years — hits the air, someone isn’t going to think that my use of the line “this is a cleansing moment of clarity,” my little homage to Paddy Chayefsky’s Network, is now beyond the pale in the context of these confessions?

How do I know that the very act of putting these thoughts to keyboard won’t result in some sort of archaeological examination of my life’s work leading to the final determination that — as a fucking plagiarist — I am essentially unfit to continue doing the only thing I have ever wanted to do?

How do I know that someone isn’t going to figure that the time has come to gut this son of a bitch once and for all?



There’s no negotiating with plagiarists, Dubbie — you take credit for a man’s ideas, you rob his spirit!

— “The Middleman,” from the episode “The Boy-Band Superfan Interrogation” of the television series The Middleman, written by Jordan Rosenberg, created by Javier Grillo-Marxuach



In 2006, Marvel Comics asked me to create a new hero. All they wanted was to name the character “Wraith,” as they owned the name. I came up with the idea of a space zombie — a dead man whose body was reanimated by an alien entity that remains symbiotically bonded to his skin and consumes the souls of others: a power that the grimly revenge-obsessed Wraith occasionally used to vanquish his foes.

Wraith was the Man with No Name in space. At first I loved him in all of his goth glory — I was certain I had created Wolverine by way of The Dark Knight for the Hot Topic set. When I talked to my editor about the character during the heady early days of the project, we were so excited that we even schemed to see Wraith become one of the “Guardians of the Galaxy” (a comic series that was about to be relaunched in the publishing event of which Wraith was part) in much the same way that Spider-Man had once joined the Fantastic Four.

That was until I told a high school friend about Wraith’s oil-slick black body-suit and poncho-like cloak, his pale skin, white hair, and the polymorphous weapon (sometimes it was a sword, sometimes it was a raygun) he wielded with all his might … and he quickly convinced me that I had ripped off Michael Moorcock’s Elric.

Okay: to be fair, he didn’t “convince” me. He only dropped the suggestion in my mind — and my immediate response was to exasperatedly shriek, “I’ve never read Elric!”

And it was legit. I never had. Seriously — I have, as I’ve said, a classical-realist memory and I’d definitely remember reading a whole series of novels about the ultraviolent adventures of a soul-sucking albino goth. And, frankly, if I were to rip off Elric, I would have done more to cover my goddamn tracks than putting the motherfucker in space and changing the color of his eyes from red to black.

But all I could think about was “Table Talk.” All I could think about was wanting to make my mark once and for all without being a fucking plagiarist.

On the verge of a full-blown nervous breakdown, I spent a sleepless night doing all the internet research I could on Moorcock’s Melnibonéan fantasy stories, trying to figure out how I might have known them — and combing my own library for clues as to how I might have come up with an idea so derivative of someone else’s work. I became convinced that this was not “Table Talk” all over again, but something far more insidious: a criminal impulse that had, having been tamped down over time, now taken up residence in my unconscious mind.

By the time I called my editor the following morning — pure confession in my now ragged and sleep-deprived voice, convinced that this was the moment of my final unveiling — and told him the entire project had to be scrapped, I had also convinced myself that I had ripped off everyone from Bram Stoker to Anne Rice to Dan Simmons.

Of course, the first thing my editor asked was, “Have you even read Elric?” I replied, “Absolutely not!” and that was kind of that. Actually, that wasn’t kind of that — I spent the next 15 minutes trying to convince this poor man that I am a fucking plagiarist. But he just wasn’t having it.

Duly talked off the ledge, I hung up the phone and quickly decided that my world-class meltdown had probably just destroyed both the character’s and my own long-term future in comics. Well, the freak-out, but also the truth that I had managed to create an utterly derivative character all by myself.

To this day, when the phone rings from Marvel Comics — usually in the form of a young and newly installed editor who likes my work from a few years back and thinks it’d be nifty to collaborate — I open the conversation by asking, “Are you sure you want to work with me? You do know I’m crazy, right?”

It’s self-fulfillingly self-destructive, I know. But everyone deserves fair warning.



I’m not gonna sit here and plead not guilty. […] If you watch comedy eight hours a day, something will register, and it’ll come out. And if it happened, I said, “I apologize. I’ll pay you for this.” But I wasn’t going out of my way to go fucking grave robbing. ’Cause if you’re on top, they’re gonna look for your ass. […] And there’s lots of people who took entire mannerisms from me. It’s not something I can get mad about. It’s flattery. It’s great. When it happens the other way around, you’re just supposed to smile.

— Robin Williams, Rolling Stone magazine, February 21, 1991



It makes perfect sense that my childhood idol was dogged by allegations of plagiarism for much of his professional life.

But you know what I truly loved about Robin Williams? The thing he did that freed my mind and inspired me to be something other than who I was? It was how his turbo-charged brain combined and recombined disparate elements into a cohesive absurdist whole.

The Byzantinely circular, free-associative part of Robin Williams’s early, cocaine-fueled work (even though at the time I wouldn’t have known cocaine from lemon/lime Tang) was to me what punk rock, a skateboard, and hand-painted Doc Martens were to my way-cooler contemporaries.

Williams’s pioneering collage-and-remix bits — like “Elmer Fudd sings Bruce Springsteen,” the “Soviet Suppressions” that kicked off his album Reality, What a Concept, his Shakespeare pastiche (“the moon, like a testicle, hangs low in the sky!”), the digressive riff where he goes to the prom on acid (“No, Mr. Smith, I’ll have Becky back in this dimension real soon! Wings! We’ve got to get those snakes coming out of your eyes fixed!”), or even how he once greeted a swell of applause from the audience by shouting “GIVE US BARABBAS!” — hit me with the force of shattering cosmic revelation. All his flights of illogical, yet comedically sensical, and emotionally real, insanity made me feel like I was watching a kindred soul broadcasting Truth from a far more advanced place on the spectrum of consciousness.

Robin Williams’s comedy explained the world with the same labyrinthine framework with which I understood popular culture: speed, juxtaposition, and incongruity.

He spoke the way I processed the then-nascent 100-channel universe — where the still-standing UHF channels routinely programmed Hazel in close proximity to Ultraman, in close proximity to scrambled, pre-internet softcore, and a new thing called MTV featured five-minute programs of constantly changing genre 24 hours a day.

In every creator’s life there is one icon in the culture who seems to reach out from the television screen, or the stage or page, or the hi-fi speaker, and says, “I make a living using the skills you hope to someday develop — it’s okay for you to move ahead, it can be done.” Even though it was George Lucas and Star Wars that made me want to tell stories for a living, it was Robin Williams — even though he was a comic and I desired to be something very different — who showed me how I wanted to tell those stories.

Before you think all the hand-wringing confession that has gone before this was merely a Trojan Horse into yet another think piece about our postmodern condition of sampling, ripping, appropriating, and recontextualizing, let me make one thing absolutely clear. Robin Williams stole jokes: it wasn’t cool, he eventually copped to it, and I consider that example with the same weight as I do what I learned from his rapid-fire comedic stylings.

The reason I bring up Robin Williams is not just to expiate the piece of my psyche on the table, but to suggest that there is another, gentler part of my consciousness that, on occasion, whispers — in a pacifying Jeff Bridges–like drawl — something along the lines of “Duuude … go a little easy on yourself, lest you forget, your childhood idol committed suicide … and that Marvel thing’s kinda nuts!”

Why shouldn’t I be a little more forgiving of the venal sins of my teenaged self?

Seriously, I live in a media universe in which a man who is arguably the most influential filmmaker of the past thirty years emerged from widespread accusations that his first film Reservoir Dogs was lifted lock-stock-and-barrel from Ringo Lam’s Hong Kong New Wave film City on Fire …

A director whose last two films, Inglourious Basterds and Django Unchained, literally include in their very names the titles of the pulp war film and spaghetti western that served as partial inspirations (The Inglorious Bastards and Django … and interestingly, the latter was subject to countless rip-offs due to its own success, all bearing the “Django” name in the title) …

Indeed, for the vast majority of my adult life, Quentin Tarantino — whose mastery of collage is, to be fair, matched only by his peerless ability with dialogue and scene structure — has been one of if not THE standard-bearer for art and innovation in screenwriting. That alone says more than a million online think pieces about our culture of appropriation.

So why can’t I stop hating myself and forgive myself for being a fucking plagiarist?

There are dark places in the mind that stubbornly resist the effort to excavate the irritating artifact whose removal will provide relief. Or maybe it’s just that there is no artifact and no relief is possible.

Or maybe I just want to be heard.

Or maybe it’s something even worse. Something that is equal parts mercenary and pathetic.



Don’t quote other movies. Don’t tell a story someone else could tell better.

— Wim Wenders



A few weeks ago, I was at a friend’s birthday party.

A mutual acquaintance — a fledgling writer who has yet to land her first gig on a television series — tells me about the various jobs she has taken to make ends meet until her ship comes in. One of the more recent ones was at least fun because it required her to watch TV for a paycheck.

That sounds cool. I ask her to tell me more. She explains that she spent several months watching and transcribing broadcast materials, and writing summaries, for an app commemorating Saturday Night Live’s 40th anniversary.

The app’s main selling point? On-demand access to every sketch ever performed by the Not-Ready-For-Prime-Time-Players and their assorted descendants.

“Every sketch?”

I emit the closest I will ever come to that horrible cliché, the audible gulp.

She smiles, trying to read me. To her, this conversation is about little else than the scope of her work in what was a transiently pleasurable temporary occupation. My mood turns a deeper shade with each passing word as I try to maintain my outward composure. I choke back the black bile rapidly gathering in my throat.

I return home from the party, head for my computer, and type the words “I am a fucking plagiarist.”

Time to go ugly early.



As we manipulate everyday words, we forget that they are fragments of ancient and eternal stories, that we are building our houses with broken pieces of sculptures and ruined statues of gods.

— Bruno Schulz



I’d like to share something with you. Something I learned exactly 48 hours ago when I began researching this piece.

On January 24, 1976 — four years before I immigrated to the United States from Puerto Rico … years before the widespread availability of cable television would have allowed me to watch American network TV in my homeland … long before I’d hear the words “Saturday Night Live,” or “Robin Williams” … a full 18 months before the world premiere of Star Wars, much less its run in Spanish-language theaters … and six years before the broadcast of the sketch that moved me to become a fucking plagiarist — the sixth sketch of the 11th episode of the first season of Saturday Night Live featured guest hosts Dudley Moore and Peter Cook performing one of their celebrated comedy routines from the ’60s.

The premise? A food critic attempts to interview the incompetent proprietor of a truly horrible restaurant with hilarious consequences.

The sketch was titled “Table Talk.”


Don’t shoot a western if you don’t like horses.
— Wim Wenders


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          Last Two Days! Friday June 30th at the Xerox Rochester Intl Jazz Festival   

MEDIA PLEASE NOTE:  Per the artists' request, no media photos or video will be allowed at King Crimson's Show at Eastman Theatre

  Rochester, NY--June 30, 2017--It's the last two days of the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival 16th Edition. The virtuosic musicianship and live improvisations of veteran performers of King Crimson's veteran performers will take fans on an unforgettable musical journey through their hallowed repertoire! King Crimson headlines at Eastman Theatre at 8 p.m. Limited tickets available. 

It's the last day of the free Youth Jazz Workshops sponsored by Wegmans. The workshop starts at 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. in Room 120 Ray Wright Room at Eastman School of Music.  No preregistration required, just show up. 

The free Jazz Starts at Noon series concludes today at the Rochester Monroe County Library at 12 noon. Bring your lunch.

Two Jam Sessions await late-night fans tonight at the Radisson Hotel Rochester Riverside starting at 10:30 p.m. Bob Sneider and his Trio head up the traditional Jams in the Riverside Ballroom. Karl Stabnau and his quartet lead his Soul'd Out Jams in Legends Bar and Grill.

The festival wraps up tomorrow, Saturday, July 1. The festival is featuring more than 1500 artists from 18 countries and more than 325 shows. It is presented in three series - the Club Pass Series with 230+ shows, the headliner series of six shows and 95 free shows and events. The festival's 19 indoor and outdoor venues all within walking distance in Rochester's East End Cultural and Entertainment District.

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Last Day!  Jazz Starts at the Library -  12 Noon

Last Day! Youth Jazz Workshop -  1 - 2:30 p.m.

  Headliner Show King Crimson, 8 PM, Eastman Theatre - SOLD OUT! (no still or video cameras allowed in the theatre for this show.    Today's FREE Shows on 4 Stages Caravan Palace, Toronto Community Soul Project, Down North, Greece Olympics , Gates Chili HS Jazz Bands, ECMS Jazz Combo with Bob Sneider and Paul Hofmann, Jacob Dupre, Greece Jazz Band   Today's Club Pass Series Shows 

Crowd favorite Bonerama is back at Harro with two shows, 5:30 and 7:15 PM

PLUS! "4 By Monk By 4", Ronnie Foster Organ Trio, Labarbera Brothers, Binker & Moses, Tessa Souter, Sammy Miller, Ariel Pocock, Bill Tiberio Band, Iris Bergcrantz Group Feat Anders Bergcrantz, Eric Krasno, Bill Goodwin Trio, Sammy Miller and the Congregation   Ticket Shop - 100 East Ave at the corner of Gibbs St. Open 10 a.m. - 11p.m.

Redeem Club Pass tickets for Passes before you attend any shows  at the Ticket Shop. Personalize your Pass and get a 10% off coupon on your purchase in the Merchandise Tent. Club Pass Series shows - Show your Club Pass or $35 (Kilbourn) $30 all others) cash at the door.  Save Time in Line - Max and Kilbourn, 6:15 and 6 p.m. shows only, wristbands handed out starting around 4 p.m. Free shows - see schedule  - no tickets required, all shows go on rain or shine.  Headliner Show Tickets available King Crimson. See Schedule and Buy Tickets Jam Sessions - See schedule for details - nightly at the Radisson Hotel Rochester Riverside (10:30 p.m. 'til) 

Media Resources & Information

Daily Media Advisories & Press Releases Daily Festival Photos  - posted by day Artist Images to download Follow us on Facebook and Twitter Brochures & Program Guides - at Ticket Shop and venues  Ticket Shop - 100 East Ave at Gibbs St. 10 a.m. - 11 pm. daily Visitor Info - VisitRochester Booth, Jazz Street ATMs - Courtesy M&T Bank, located all around the fest, see map First Aid - outside the Merchandise Tent on Main Street Lost & Found - Ticket Shop Bike Racks - in Big Tent parking lot Parking & Street Closings Download Free Festival App Headliner/Club Pass Show Schedule Free Show Flier Festival Map  Free Shuttle Service around Festival - See Map Food Guide

Jazz Fans - Photo for XRIJF by Mark Druziak

Happening Around The Fest

 

Uber Ride-sharing Now Available!  Download the app and catch a ride to and from the festival. 

Free Shuttle Service sponsored by Harris Beach PLLC. Runs continuously around the festival from 3 p.m. to midnight. It takes approximately 30 minutes for the shuttle to make the route and return to each stop depending on traffic. Wheelchair accessible. Look for Shuttle Stop signs. want to know where's the shuttle is? Download the app or visit the web and find it fast! 

 iPhone app: Teletrac

Website:  fd10.teletrac.netAccount ID: 320670 Username: 524 Password: linq

Share Your Feedback - Please take our annual survey during and after the festival and let us know how things are going. 

Merchandise Tent - 4-11 p.m. daily, Jazz (Gibbs) Street, official festival merchandise, personalize many items, Xerox Photo Opp, D&C Digital Virtual Reality, charging stations, free Wi-Fi and more.

Food, Food Trucks, Vendors - on Main Street, East Ave, outside Rochester Regional Health Big Tent, inside Max, Montage, Big Tent, Harro,  Wilder Room and Little Theatre venues. Food Guide

Donate Musical Instruments - from 5-7:30 p.m. daily in the Merchandise Tent Move to a Healthy Groove - Rochester Regional Health Street Teams will have ear plugs and sunglasses and other useful items.  See Bubble Man on Friday and Saturday nights from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. on E. Main St.  Perks for Club Pass Holders

LiDestri's Rye Room Hospitality Tent - Show your Club Pass or VIP Pass and enjoy access to this special Lidestri Hospitality Tent next to the Rochester Regional Health Big Tent at the corner of Chestnut St. and E. Main St. A cash bar features LiDestri beverages and food from Aunt Rosie's. Screens stream concerts from the Big Tent. Xerox Smart Prize Cards -  Receive a Xerox Smart Prize Card when you redeem your Club Pass ticket for your Club Pass. Bring the card to the Merchandise Tent on Jazz Street and insert it into the reader. Everyone is a winner! 


          Last 3 Days! Day 7 Thursday June 29th at the Xerox Rochester Intl Jazz Festival   

Rochester, NY--June 29, 2017--The Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival 16th Edition continues today with an exciting lineup in the clubs,  free shows on four indoor and outdoor stages and Sheryl Crow, a nine-time GRAMMY winner who has sold more than 35 million albums around the world and will headline at Eastman Theatre. This show is sold out. 

Only two more days for the free Youth Jazz Workshops sponsored by Wegmans. Starts at 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. in Room 120 Ray Wright Room at Eastman School of Music.  No preregistration required, just show up. The free Jazz Starts at Noon series continues today at the Rochester Monroe County Library at 12 noon. Bring your lunch. 

The festival continues through Saturday, July 1 featuring more than 1500 artists from 18 countries and more than 325 shows. It is presented in three series - the Club Pass Series with 230+ shows, the headliner series of six shows and 95 free shows and events. The festival's 19 indoor and outdoor venues all within walking distance in Rochester's East End Cultural and Entertainment District.   Jam sessions are nightly at the Radisson Hotel Rochester Riverside starting at 10:30 p.m.

TODAY'S CONCERT SCHEDULE

 

Jazz at the Library -  12 Noon - Ben Tiberio

Youth Jazz Workshop -  1 - 2:30 p.m. -  Manuel Valera   Not to Miss! - Lyric Theatre - 4 - 5 p.m. -  "4 By Monk By 4" Kenny Barron, Benny Green, Cyrus Chestnut and George Cables

  Headliner Show Sheryl Crow, 8 PM, Eastman Theatre - SOLD OUT   Today's FREE Shows

Soul Stew returns to Jazz Street - 2 FREE shows - 7:30 and 9:30 p.m.

  Plus!  Greater Rochester Jazz Orch, Noble Vibes, Ben Tiberio, Brockport and Spencerport HS Jazz Bands, ECMS Saxology 1&2 Jazz Bones Last night for the Avangrid Foundation RGE Fusion Stage  - Noble Vibes

Today's Club Pass Series Shows 

Youn Sun Ya - two shows at Harro - 5:30 and 7:15 PM Plus! Django Festival All Stars, Ariel Pocock, Phronesis, Dakha Brahka, Jeff Coffin "in Orbit," "4 By Monk By 4", The Wee Trio, Oskar Stenmark NYC Qtet, Buried Treasure, Manuel Valera, The Dustbowl Revival, Walt Weiskopf   Ticket Shop - 100 East Ave at the corner of Gibbs St Open 10 a.m. - 11p.m.

Redeem Club Pass tickets for Passes before you attend any shows -  at the Ticket Shop. Personalize your Pass and get a 10% off coupon for your purchase in the Merchandise Tent.  Club Pass Series shows - Show your Club Pass or $35 (Kilbourn) $30 all others) cash at the door.  Save Time in Line - Max and Kilbourn, 6:15 and 6 p.m. shows only, wristbands handed out starting around 4 p.m. Free shows - see schedule  - no tickets required, all shows go on rain or shine.  Headliner Show Tickets available King Crimson. See Schedule and Buy Tickets Jam Sessions - See schedule for details - nightly at the Radisson Hotel Rochester Riverside (10:30 p.m. 'til) 

Nightly Jam Sessions start at 10:30 p.m. at the Radisson Hotel Rochester Riverside. Second Floor. Photo for XRIJF by Peter Parts

Media Resources & Information

Daily Media Advisories & Press Releases Daily Festival Photos  - posted by day Artist Images to download Follow us on Facebook and Twitter Brochures & Program Guides - at Ticket Shop and venues  Ticket Shop - 100 East Ave at Gibbs St. 10 a.m. - 11 pm. daily Visitor Info - VisitRochester Booth, Jazz Street ATMs - Courtesy M&T Bank, located all around the fest, see map First Aid - outside the Merchandise Tent on Main Street Lost & Found - Ticket Shop Bike Racks - in Big Tent parking lot Parking & Street Closings Download Free Festival App Headliner/Club Pass Show Schedule Free Show Flier Festival Map  Free Shuttle Service around Festival - See Map Food Guide

Happening Around The Fest

 

Ride sharing starts today. Take Uber to and from the festival. Download the app.     Free Shuttle Service sponsored by Harris Beach PLLC. Runs continuously around the festival from 3 p.m. to midnight. It takes approximately 30 minutes for the shuttle to make the route and return to each stop depending on traffic. Wheelchair accessible. Look for Shuttle Stop signs. want to know where's the shuttle is? Download the app or visit the web and find it fast! 

iPhone app: Teletrac 

Website:  fd10.teletrac.net Account ID: 320670 Username: 524 Password: linq

Share Your Feedback - Please take our annual survey during and after the festival and let us know how things are going. 

Merchandise Tent - 4-11 p.m. daily, Jazz (Gibbs) Street, official festival merchandise, personalize many items, Xerox Photo Opp, D&C Digital Virtual Reality, charging stations, free Wi-Fi and more.

Food, Food Trucks, Vendors - on Main Street, East Ave, outside Rochester Regional Health Big Tent, inside Max, Montage, Big Tent, Harro,  Wilder Room and Little Theatre venues. Food Guide

Donate Musical Instruments - from 5-7:30 p.m. daily in the Merchandise Tent Move to a Healthy Groove - Rochester Regional Health Street Teams will have ear plugs and sunglasses and other useful items.  See Bubble Man on Friday and Saturday nights from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. on E. Main St.  Perks for Club Pass Holders

LiDestri's Rye Room Hospitality Tent - Show your Club Pass or VIP Pass and enjoy access to this special Lidestri Hospitality Tent next to the Rochester Regional Health Big Tent at the corner of Chestnut St. and E. Main St. A cash bar features LiDestri beverages and food is from Aunt Rosie's. Screens stream concerts from the Big Tent. Xerox Smart Prize Cards -  Receive a Xerox Smart Prize Card when you redeem your Club Pass ticket for your Club Pass. Bring the card to the Merchandise Tent on Jazz Street and insert it into the reader. Everyone is a winner! 


          * The iPhone, Xerox PARC, and the IBM PC compatible *   
Ars has started a series on the advent of the IBM PC, and today they published part one. The machine that would become known as the real IBM PC begins, of all places, at Atari. Apparently feeling their oats in the wake of the Atari VCS' sudden Space Invaders-driven explosion in popularity and the release of its own first PCs, the Atari 400 and 800, they made a proposal to IBM's chairman Frank Cary in July of 1980: if IBM wished to have a PC of its own, Atari would deign to build it for them. Fascinating history of the most influential computing platform in history, a statement that will surely ruffle a lot of feathers. The IBM PC compatible put a computer on every desk and in every home, and managed to convince hundreds of millions of people of the need of a computer - no small feat in a world where a computer was anything but a normal household item. In turn, this widespread adoption of the IBM PC compatible platform paved the way for the internet to become a success. With yesterday's ten year anniversary of the original iPhone going on sale, a number of people understandably went for the hyperbole, such as proclaiming the iPhone the most important computer in history, or, and I wish I was making this up, claiming the development of the iPhone was more important to the world than the work at Xerox PARC - and since this was apparently a competition, John Gruber decided to exaggerate the claim even more. There's no denying the iPhone has had a huge impact on the world, and that the engineers at Apple deserve all the credit and praise they're getting for delivering an amazing product that created a whole new category overnight. However, there is a distinct difference between what the iPhone achieved, and what the people at Xerox PARC did, or what IBM and Microsoft did. The men and women at PARC literally invented and implemented the graphical user interface, bitmap graphics, Ethernet, laser printing, object-oriented programming, the concept of MVC, the personal computer (networked together!), and so much more - and all this in an era when computers were gigantic mainframes and home computing didn't exist. As for the IBM PC compatible and Wintel - while nowhere near the level of PARC, it did have a profound and huge impact on the world that in my view is far greater than that of the iPhone. People always scoff at IBM and Microsoft when it comes to PCs and DOS/Windows, but they did put a computer on every desk and in every home, at affordable prices, on a relatively open and compatible platform (especially compared to what came before). From the most overpaid CEO down to the most underpaid dock worker - everybody could eventually afford a PC, paving the way for the internet to become as popular and ubiquitous as it is. The iPhone is a hugely important milestone and did indeed have a huge impact on the world - but developing and marketing an amazing and one-of-a-kind smartphone in a world where computing was ubiquitous, where everybody had a mobile phone, and where PDAs existed, is nowhere near the level of extraordinary vision and starting-with-literally-nothing that the people at PARC had, and certainly not as impactful as the rise of the IBM PC compatible and Wintel. It's fine to be celebratory on the iPhone's birthday - Apple and its engineers deserve it - but let's keep at least one foot planted in reality. Read more on this exclusive OSNews article...
          Batman Director Matt Reeves Teases "Noir-Driven" Film - Collider Movie Talk   
On this episode of Collider Movie Talk (Wednesday, June 28th, 2017) Kristian Harloff, Jeremy Jahns, Perri Nemiroff, Clarke Wolfe, and Stephanie Gray discuss the following: 
 
-First trailer released for Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle
 
-Matt Reeves teases a noir-detective version of ‘The Batman’
 
-Michelle Rodriguez threatens to leave Fast & Furious franchise if female characters don’t improve
 
-Opening This Week – Despicable Me 3, The House
 
-First red-band trailer released for A Bad Moms Christmas 
 
-New trailer released for The Last Face starring Charlize Theron and Javier Bardem
 
-Mail Bag
 
-Live Twitter Questions
 
Sony has released the first Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle trailer. The film centers on four high schoolers who, during their time in detention, come across the ancient, powerful game Jumanji, and are sucked into the game world. Once there, they take on the appearance of avatars played by Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan, and Jack Black. The movie is directed by Jake Kasdan, with a release date set for later this year on December 22nd.
 
With War for the Planet of the Apes landing in theaters next month, director Matt Reeves has already started making the press rounds for the final chapter in the Apes trilogy. And because it’s Batman, the director is already fielding questions about what we can expect to see from his version of The Dark Knight. Speaking with New Trailer Buzz, Reeves talked a bit about his take on The Batman, teasing something fans have wanted to hear for a very long time – a “World’s Greatest Detective” angle that is “noir-driven.
 
The Fast & Furious movies make a point to say how it’s all about family. But if the recent comments made by franchise star Michelle Rodriguez are to be believed, the family is jeopardy of splitting apart. Taking to her Instagram account to help promote the digital release of the latest installment in the series with The Fate of the Furious, Rodriguez shined a light on an issue she’d like to see resolved before she signs on for the next entry.
 
OPENING THIS WEEK
 
BUY OR SELL
 
STX Entertainment has released the first red-band trailer for A Bad Moms Christman. In the upcoming sequel, the underappreciated moms are fighting back against the pressures of the holiday season, with their lives becoming even more stressful when their own mothers come to visit. The film opens November 3rd and stars Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, Kathryn Hahn, Jay Hernandez, Cheryl Hines, Peter Gallagher, Justin Hartley, David Walton, Christine Baranski, and Susan Sarandon.
 
A new trailer has been released online for The Last Face. Set in war-torn regions of Africa, The Last Face stars Oscar-winners Charlize Theron and Javier Bardem as a pair of doctors who, across treacherous landscapes in Sierra Leone, Sudan, and Liberia, begin a love affair as they clash over how to save lives and combat the dangerous conditions around them, all while maintaining their relationship. The film is directed by Sean Penn and will be released in select theatres and On Demand on July 28th
 
MAIL BAG
 
LIVE TWITTER QUESTIONS
 
Check out the YouTube Playlist for Awesometacular: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLayt6616lBckuUHPMdwFINi_vcyc-ysnC
 
 
 
As the online source for movies, television, breaking news, incisive content, and imminent trends, Collider Videos is more than an essential destination.
 
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Follow them on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/Collider
 
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SATURDAY: Mailbag | http://bit.ly/29UsKsd 
 
Behind the Scenes/Bloopers | http://bit.ly/2kuLuyI
 
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Crash Course | http://bit.ly/2l66Dkv
 
MOVIE TALK: Every week day | http://bit.ly/29BRtOO

          Tamil Call Center Vacancies in Chennai - 2017 Freshers Only ""NO TRAINING FEE"" ""WALKIN'' (Tamil Nadu)   
CDC - Date posted: 30 Jun 2017
CDC Wanted 2016 & 2017 Freshers for the following positions in all over Chennai LIST OF VACANCIES :- (-----> T A M I L with Average English - 250 Vacancies (-----> H I N D I with Average English - 75 Vacancies (-----> T E L U G U with Average English - 75 Vacancies (-----> M A L A Y A L A M with Average English - 50 Vacancies (-----> K A N N A D A with Average English - 10 Vacancies THINGS MUST CARRY FOR INTERVIEW PANEL :- (-----> 1 Resume (-----> 1 Passport Size Photo (-----> 1 ID Proof Xerox (Aadhar Card / Voters ID / Driving License / Pan Card / Ration Card) WALKIN VENUE :- C D C C-1 Parsn Commercial Complex (Basement) No 1 Kodambakkam High Road Chennai - 600 006 Near Palmgrove Hotel Bus Stop and Opp to Capital Towers Building LANDMARKS :- (-----> Palmgrove Hotel Bus Stop (-----> Opposite to Capital Towers Building (-----> Opposite to Srilankan Airlines Building BUS ROUTES : ]---> 25G / 26 / 41F / Share Auto - Palm Grove Hotel Bus Stop ]---> 24A / 29B / 29C / 29K / 29N / 41D / Share Auto - Gemini Bridge (Isphani Centre Bus Stop) "NO TRAINING FEE" "NO TRAINING CLASS" "NO AGREEMENT" "NO ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS" ...
          Jazz Fest 2017, Day 7: Ron reviews Youn Sun Nah, Manuel Valera, and The Walt Weiskopf Quartet   

How did a South Korean singer with a fantastic voice end up on a Rochester, New York, stage singing Tom Waits' "Jockey Full of Bourbon" with a punk-metal vibe and earn a standing ovation and an encore?

That might have been the question on your mind if you had just arrived at the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival from Mars.…

          Xerox Celebrates an Innovation That Transformed Business Communications   

Forty years ago, the launch of the Xerox 9700 — the company’s first commercial laser printer — gave rise to the digital printing industry, which today generates more than $120 billion in global annual revenues, according to Smithers Pira. The 9700 also transformed office printing with generations of laser printers and multifunction devices using the technology.

The post Xerox Celebrates an Innovation That Transformed Business Communications appeared first on Printing Impressions.


          Xerox PARC to Collaborate With Siemens, 2 Universities on DARPA’s Design Modeling Tool Devt Program   
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has selected a team composed of Xerox’s PARC subsidiary, Siemens, Georgia Tech and Michigan State University to build digital modeling tools designed to transform manufacturing processes through the TRAansformative DESign program. DARPA’s TRADES program seeks to further develop computer-aided design software to fabricate complex objects through the use of existing […]
          Marketing Representative - Xerox Corporation - Hawaii   
Position services the Kona Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii. Candidate must reside on Island of Hawaii....
From Xerox Corporation - Thu, 18 May 2017 20:06:22 GMT - View all Hawaii jobs
          Default On Your Student Loan? A Big Decision, But Make It!   
First, do the math. Can you possibly afford to make the payment? I hate this process, I hate the Department of Education, I hate the banks, I hate Sallie Mae, and I especially hate all those collection agencies, but still, if you can make the payments without too much hardship, make them. I do not advocate complete anarchy here.

If you have one of these law school debts of over $100K, you’ll probably be making monthly payments up to $1K per month. So, again, do the math. Can you afford this, plus your rent ($1,500-$2,000), plus any car payment ($300 per month) plus living expenses (which includes credit card debt: another $1000 per month)? Let’s round up to $5,000 per month, which is $60K per annum. If you make $60K per annum, read no further and pay off your student loans.

If not, listen to these words: you cannot afford this. Change your mindset and prepare yourself for a life you probably didn’t expect, but it isn’t the end of the world.

It’s funny how some people go through college and don’t understand that if you default on your student loan (that is, if you miss enough payments—usually around six) the FBI does not show up at your door and arrest you. You don’t have to move out of the country if you stiff the Department of Education!

Here’s some things you should learn about the employment world as it stands today in America. The current minimum wage is $7.25 an hour, and it appears that it will stay that way for a while. That means an 8-hour day will earn you $58; a 40-hour week (8 hours x 5 days) will earn you $290; a full time job at minimum wage will earn you ($290 x 4 weeks) $1,160 per month, which is $13,920 per year. The official poverty level for a family of two is $14,000 per year, so this minimum wage job puts you just under it.

Now look at what you have to make to afford your student loans, or $60K per annum. That’s $5,000 per month, $1,250 per week, $250 per day, or $31.25 an hour. There might be some adjusting to do with vacations, February, which has only 28 days, and other facts of our Western calendar. Round up to $32 per hour. If you are not making $32 per hour, you should not be attempting to pay back your student loans.

So what happens if you simply don’t pay? Again, I’m not a complete anarchist, so if you can pay something, anything, say $100 per month, do it. You’ll default and be making those payments to a collection agency, but so what. In fact, the collection agency will tell you not to send them a payment if it isn’t for the full amount. Send it anyway. They’ll take it. If you stiff them cold, they will remember that. Don't stiff them cold if you can avoid it.

Oh yes, and their hardship plans are usually bogus. They'll try to sell you those. Listen to them. But usually don't sign up for them. If the collection company treats you like a rogue because you won't sign up for their hardship plan, tell them tough titties. If they start to come down on you hard, hang up the phone.

Even if you are unemployed and have no money whatsoever coming in, a $100 payment to them now and then (say once or twice a year) will keep you out of the worst of their categories. It all goes under the general category of how to handle bill collectors.

This advice goes for stiffing credit cards as well. Do it only if you don’t have the money coming in, but don’t be afraid to do it. When the collection companies start calling, it is important NOT TO TELL THEM ANYTHING. They will say they have the force of the law on their side, but that is a bluff. Collection companies will use every trick in the book to make sure you don’t have enough money for food that month. They are despicable. Treat them like criminals, because that’s what they are.

If collection agencies start harassing you (and they most certainly will), you must demand that they stop all collection calls. You have to do this in writing. Write your demand to stop all collection calls to them in crayon. They must. Oddly, this is one of the laws they honor.

Make your priorities: stiff student loans and credit cards first; don’t stiff auto insurance if you don’t want to be fined (depending on the state you live in); don’t stiff the auto payment if you don’t want your car repossessed; and don’t ever, ever, ever stiff the IRS. With all the conservative propaganda horror stories out there about the IRS, as long as you don’t owe them mega-bucks, they are the puppy dogs of collection outfits. If you owe back taxes, set up a monthly payment with them. If you can’t afford what you owe at the end of the year, make sure you at least file on time. Send them what you can. Their collection letters are intimidating, but they are nothing like the lawless collection agencies that the Department of Education or credit card companies will sic on you.

There are a few other laws to know about. The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), which goes back to the New Deal during the Great Depression, is what you need to invoke if your employer works you overtime without paying you “time and a half.” If you receive an hourly wage and your employer works you more than eight hours, you can sue and usually collect twice the amount of your damages. The problem is, of course, you are going to piss off your employer if you sue them, so you have to decide if this is really worth it. Still, it is more than interesting when you work for a company and lo and behold they simply show what they are made of by completely dishonoring this law. This is one of the laws that I’m sure young JDs will be encountering when they get these temporary positions with law firms. Other employers will try to grant you “exempt” status, by making you a vice-president or something. McDonalds once thought it could successfully skirt around FLSA by making all of its burger-flippers vice-presidents, so they could work overtime. Once you thoroughly know this law, you’ll see just what your employers are made of and why you should be very suspicious of them at all times.

ERISA, which dates from 1974, is another important law, which deals with pension plans. Employers are aggressively trying to make a buck by getting you to sign up for their pension plans, and sometimes you don’t even know you have signed up for one. If you stop working for a company, make sure that they haven’t signed you up for a pension plan and if they have, make sure that they return the money they took out of your paychecks, if you are not yet vested. I don’t care how fancy the office building is where you work, these companies are ruthless. Make Xerox copies of all of your paychecks, because they will often skimp on the information provided to you on your pay stubs.

Also watch for the part-time/full-time shuffle. I worked for a company once that had me employed 7.75 hours a day, and considered that part-time employment. No, it was also not some fly-by-night organization either.

If you are a young lawyer, you have no doubt entered into the legal field at a time when downsizing is going to cream you if you let it. Don’t let Judge Judy intimidate you when she says you are a bum if you don’t have a job. Many of these places are simply not worth working for. Sometimes it is better to simply stop paying your bills than to put up with the nonsense that an employer is going to try and pull on you. It will waste your time and it is not worth the money.

Above all, make sure you get enough to eat and have a roof over your head. You are not a bum if you don’t pay back your student loans, no matter what that television tells you.

And if you get in a jam, go see a lawyer! Their first consulation is usually free.
          Law $chool Books: Let the $cams Begin   
I know, I know. This is an easy one. Why don’t I pick on someone my own size, or something like that? Bear with me, please, Blogosphere. I just need to get this out of my system. Thank you.

So-called “casebooks” designed for use in law schools are nothing but reprinted public record. Of course, the compiler/editor of these books is a law scholar who takes credit for using his or her perspicacity to know which cases are important and which are not. The same scholar, or team of scholars, throws in marvelous little paragraphs here and there, along with other quips (gadzooks, but sometimes these other quips are even witty) to punctuate a higher legal point.

And voilà! The resulting 1,000-page tome puts you the diligent law student back about 160 smackers. But don’t worry: the financial aid office has already put a hefty item on your projected expenses for law books, so there should be a tidy sum waiting to be spent on these books once your student loan check comes through.

If you’re really lucky, there might even be a humorous cartoon or two inserted into the pages of your casebook. My Torts casebook even has a photograph of the Long Island train station where the intrepid Helen Palsgraf was hit by a flying scale, ever changing the legal world and its often impenetrable jargon forever.

I have a friend who passed the bar exam and kept telling me, “aces don’t read cases.” In other words, a successful lawyer not only doesn’t waste time reading cases; a successful lawyer knows that the act of reading and learning cases makes a younger lawyer too cocky and filled with information that is, at the end of the day, useless. That being said, it doesn’t take a Clarence Darrow to know that if you want to look good in front of your scowling law professor and scared-shitless colleagues, you’ll buy the books and read the cases. If you want to do well on the exams, on the other hand, you’ll listen to my friend. This is after all where you’ll be graded. Reading every word of these cases is going to waste your time something silly.

But what is it about the law book that reflects the smarmy corruption of the legal world in general? One such book I had to buy was a bunch of Xeroxed pages bound together with a spiral binding. It cost $70. When I asked the clerk at the bookstore if this was actually correct (shouldn’t $7 be the more likely price), she responded that it had copyrighted material in it so yes, of course, it should cost $70. Perhaps if I were smarter, this clerk intimated, I would know that too.

My Criminal Law professor actually published his own case book: a handsome hardback published by LexisNexis. That cost $80, some of which goes into his pocket. This price does not include the distinguished pipe you should smoke while reading it.

Some cases get reprinted twice. Tennessee v. Garner is in both my Criminal Procedure and Criminal Law books. Moore v. Regents of the University of California is in both my Property and Torts books. Perhaps that should be a clue to something: aren’t we wasting space by buying two books and buying the same case twice?

How about printing one big case book for all the courses, get rid of the commentary paragraphs, quips, and cartoons, and let the professors put their own spin on why one case is more important than the other? Better yet, since students all have access to Lexis and Westlaw, why not forget the casebooks altogether and just read the cases directly off our laptops?

Of course, most of the cases are edited so only the “important parts” have to be read. Again, it takes the perspicacity of a legal scholar to know how to edit the cases down. Still, the abridged versions of cases could be made available on the Internet somehow. There is a way to cut back on this waste of paper and money.

The only law book I had to buy that looked useful was the ALWD Manual. Unlike my other law books, this was a professionally edited reference book that was a guide to all legal abbreviations, citation style, and other useful information.

The ALWD Manual is used for legal writing classes, and it takes practice to master all the important stylistic details given in it. As someone who spent seven long years of his life dedicated to writing and editing for a major newspaper, I have learned the usefulness of a manual of style. Any graduate program has a course that introduces the student to the resources of a library and scholarly writing. In my day, the MLA Handbook was the guide for writing any research paper. This has been replaced by the American Psychological Association Manual of Style in most areas, although there are new styles being used, reflecting the rise of the Internet and the fact that any research paper might have literally thousands of sources--too numerous to list.

So I get to my legal writing course, and the teacher hands out a standard exercise, consisting of a poorly written legal memo that we are supposed to spruce up using the ALWD Manual. Was it fate, divine intervention, or just plain luck that I, the only professional writer in the course, was assigned the final segment of this exercise--the hardest part, the grand finale?

Here was the incorrect paragraph as stated in the exercise:

“Under proposed rules to the IRC published in the Federal Register/Vol 68. No. 131 pages 1107-1108 (Wed. July 9, 2003), even conversations between a client and the IRS auditor are protected. The proposed rules seek to amend the Code of Federal Regulations, 26 CFR Part 301, § 301.6104(b) (1999). 68 Fed. Reg. at 1112.”

And after searching through the ALWD manual, knowing that there was something tricky about this segment, I found the rule that was the key to the problem, which I’ll cite as “ALWD 19.3(e)” making the solution to the exercise look as follows:

“Under proposed rules to the I.R.C., even conversations between a client and the IRS auditor are protected. 68 Fed. Reg. 1107, 1112 (proposed July 9, 2003) (to be codified at 26 C.F.R. § 301.6104(b)).”

Mind you, this is what the author of this exercise intended. Right? OK, don’t spend a lot of time working it out or referring to your own ALWD Manual. Just take my word for it.

Alas, the poor teacher, a 30-something Vietnamese-American, using that sarcastic lawyer tone that I have never mastered, whether dishing it out or receiving, did what she could to tear apart my work. I was the only person in the class to come up with this solution. I also got the lowest grade in the class.

This same 30-something Vietnamese-American lawyer scolded me handsomely in class one day because I had used the word “charlatan” in an assignment. It was another of those situations (like the ALWD assignment) where I felt I was the only one in the class who was correct--everyone else was wrong. The teacher didn’t know what the word “charlatan” meant, and, although I can’t believe no one else in the class knew what the word meant either, the smartest girl in the class was the only one who chimed in at that moment, believing the word meant “a magician.”

20 minutes later, I was reading a case for contracts, Sullivan v. O’Connor, and there it was in the middle of the case: the word “charlatan.” But remember what my friend said, “aces don’t read cases.” I’ll say. They don’t read at all.

So why all the casebooks in law school? I know. Get yourself a dictionary and look up the word “charlatan.” Welcome to law school, young tykes!
          Heck, Go For Broke: Sue The Department of Education!   
Law students should feel betrayed by a system that seemed to promise them so much and then pulled the rug out from under when jobs never materialized. The fact is, this is the American education system now catching up with law students.

Go back a couple of decades and you’ll find all sorts of dismayed young people fresh out of graduate school working at Xerox shops, tearing tickets at multiplexes, or driving delivery trucks. These were the kids that didn’t go into a “reliable” course of study such as law, business, engineering, or medicine. These were the history majors, philosophy majors, art majors, and anything else left over in what suddenly became the big bad pedagogical wasteland called the humanities.

Our American education system did not start out to be a trap for the young and idealistic, stripping them of their dreams and dignity. Ever since the 1980s, the effect has been a gradual metamorphosis, tempered by a new era of hardball business practices and the tail end of the Cold War--it wasn’t a victory for America, after all, it was a victory for Capitalism!

Along the way there were signs that this runaway Capitalism wasn’t quite the ticket to utopia the new age economists were predicting: the Savings and Loan debacle at the end of the 1980s, the dot.com bubble bursting in the 1990s, and now the meltdown of practically the entire financial system, thanks to a few bold speculators trying out Ponzi schemes and writing bogus mortgages.

Take it from one of these grumbling grads of yester-decade: you haven’t even seen the best of it yet. When I started law school in 2008 at the age of 50, the first order of business was to pay off a defaulted student loan before I could start borrowing the bigger student loans law school required. The student loan I had to pay off was from my masters degree in 1982, for which I had borrowed up to $12,000. The balance I had defaulted on was about $5,000. I defaulted on this $5,000 back in 1996 when I finished my PhD and couldn’t get any more deferments.

For 15 years of my life, I kept the Department of Education’s collection agencies on the run. If you ever default on your student loans, you’ll find quickly that the worst thing you can do is talk to them, try to reason with them. By the way, these agencies believe they are staying within the laws of debt collection but they are not: they will use abusive language, profanity, and deception to try to get you to hand over anything you might have lying around the house to make a payment. They will tell you that the Department of Education should not be “messed with” (sounds like a threat to me, however weird). When I somehow let slip that I did have a position as an adjunct professor, they found out where and tried to garnish wages. Because the school that had hired me was laundering my status improperly, with the unions by the way doing absolutely nothing on my behalf to correct the impropriety, I lost that “position.” It seemed the debt collection agency would rather I have no money coming in than enough money to pay them.

There is plenty of blame to go around for the state of affairs we live in today. The more you complain about it, the more you’ll get average Americans stepping forward to tell you that you should blame yourself. And guess what? You will start blaming yourself. The last thing you ever thought you’d be when you picked up that masters degree diploma was some sort of Horatio Alger story. Don’t the rags-to-riches stories always start out with the rags being worn by children (i.e., who were born into poverty)? Now we have well-fed, even bratty educated young adults who got straight As in graduate school slipping into poverty. But guess what, there are no riches at the end of the rainbow. They slip into poverty and stay there.

And do I really have to illustrate this for all those new-age economists who believe I’m unfairly engaging in some sort of class warfare? In 2001, I got a “job” at Barnes & Noble as a clerk. It was a minimum wage job, which meant that an 8-hour day earned you $40. Even if you could put in a 40-hour week, which they won’t let you do because then you’ll be full-time and eligible for benefits, you’d make $160 per week, $640 per month, $7,680 per year. The average rent in the area of this Barnes & Noble on Manhattan was $1800 per month. I also found out the hard way that this Barnes & Noble was engaging in a Wal Mart technique of changing your work schedule every week so you were supposed to keep your private, personal schedule free--they were trying to keep you from getting a second job. Most of the fellow workers at Barnes & Noble, a few of them with graduate degrees, couldn’t even get bank accounts: they would line up at the cash register to cash their paychecks every week. Better get used to this situation, young JDs, because this is what the powers that be in America have in store for you.

I take that back. Don’t get used to it. Above all, don’t blame yourself.

Let’s sue the Department of Education in a big class action suit. Above all, there is no reason why these student loan debts should be different than any other debts: if you can’t pay them back in seven years, they should be taken off the books. Here’s another interesting piece of information: in Germany and other European nations, there is no tuition. Money is actually seen as a corruption to the system. I'll drink to that!

The American education system is set up so that a young adult with no debt to his or her name, signs a piece of paper, and a seven-figure amount immediately goes from the Government into the coffers of a law school--a shiny building filled with air-conditioned offices. Remember the pages of material your financial aid office had you read before you signed the promissory note? They made you also sign a statement that if you are not satisfied with the education you get, you can’t claim your money back. What kind of legal issue does that raise?

The truth is, the Department of Education knows that the student loan system is improper and unethical. Why else would they have you sign all those documents and create a special class of loan that can never be written off the books? This is a special class of consumerism where in order to go to school, you have to sign away your rights. I can also speak from the experiences of a close member of my family that even though the Department of Education promises that the loans will be forgiven if you become disabled and unable to work, forget about them keeping this promise. It doesn’t matter how carefully you gather your doctors’ notes and put all your ducks in a row, the matter goes before an entirely anonymous “panel” of sorts that rejects your claim and sends it back to you on an unsigned form letter.

Used car dealers and snake oil salesmen have nothing on the Department of Education. Young idealistic students fresh out of undergraduate programs are not just keeping the buildings at law school shiny and the air-conditioning running. Their life blood is being tapped to pay for the families and comfortable life styles of their law professors. If this isn’t class warfare, what is?
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          XEROX Coffee to Go – Buzz Design Craiova   

       

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          BOM DE BOLA - ETAPA PELOTAS   

BOM DE BOLA 2013
PROMOÇÃO: “RBS TV”
PATROCÍNIO ESTADO: “PARATI”

BOM DE BOLA - FUTEBOL DE CAMPO
PARTICIPAM ESCOLAS COM ALUNOS DE 11 A14 ANOS, NASCIDOS EM 1999 A 2002 NOS NAIPES MASCULINO E FEMININO.

ETAPA PELOTAS

PERÍODO DE INSCRIÇÃO:
DE 03 A 14 DE JUNHO, ENTRAR NO SITE: http://www.bomdebolaparati.org.br/bomdebola, CLIC DOCUMENTOS E IMPRIMIR A FICHA DE INSCRIÇÃO E REGULAMENTO.

A FICHA DE INSCRIÇÃO DEVERÁ SER PREENCHIDA E ASSINADA PELO PROFESSOR (A), SECRETÁRIO (A), E DIRETOR (A) COM CARIMBO E ENTREGUE ATÉ O DIA 14 DE JUNHO NA SMED.

CONGRESSO TÉCNICO DIA 25 DE JUNHO ÀS 9 HORAS DA MANHÃ NA SECRETARIA MUNICIPAL DE EDUCAÇÃO E DESPORTO.

SOMENTE A CARTEIRA DE IDENTIDADE ORIGINAL OU PASSAPORTE SERÁ ACEITO PARA OS ATLETAS, XEROX OU OUTRO TIPO DE DOCUMENTO NÃO SERÁ ACEITO CONFORME ARTIGO DO REGULAMENTO ABAIXO.

Art. 19º – Nas fases municipais, regionais e finais, os alunos (as) deverão ser identificados através de um dos seguintes documentos originais:
·         Carteira de Identidade (RG) ou
·         Passaporte

Parágrafo Único – Não serão aceitas carteiras escolares, cópias autenticadas ou qualquer outro documento que não seja o previsto neste regulamento.


Dúvidas:

André Boanova – 9103.0787



          ROTEIRO ETAPA REGIONAL RBS TV PELOTAS   


Eliminatória RBS TV PELOTAS 2013

 PROGRAMAÇÃO

Dia 16 de fevereiro de 2013 - Sábado


9h:                  Chegada e apresentação das Candidatas
                                   Local: Restaurante Santo Antônio Grill
                                   Endereço: Avenida Antônio Augusto Assumpção, 9029, Praia do Laranjal.
                                   Traje: Esporte
                                   Maquiagem: Não é necessária
                                                    Documento: Carteira de Identidade ou Carteira de Trabalho ou Passaporte ou Carteira de Habilitação. Para as candidatas menores de idade, xerox da Carteira de identidade do pais e da mãe ou do responsável legal.
   
10h:                   Reunião Geral da RBS TV, Joy e candidatas.


11h15                Almoço das candidatas.
                          Local: Restaurante Santo Antônio Grill
Traje: Esporte.


12h:                   Ensaio Geral das Candidatas
                                      Local: Passarela do Concurso – Praia do Laranjal
                                      Traje:          Esporte
Maquiagem: Não é necessária.
Roteiro do Ensaio:
1) Desfile Coletivo (todas as Candidatas)
2) Desfile Individual (uma a uma)
3) Parada Coletiva para a Proclamação
4) Proclamação das Classificadas


14h:                   Maquiagem e Cabelo.
                            Por conta das candidatas, acesso liberado de mães ou
                            profissionais de cabelo e maquiagem.
        Traje: Maiô do Concurso que será fornecido pela RBS TV.
                           Local: Restaurante Santo Antônio Grill
                           Cor do Maiô: Preto


15h:                   Reunião do júri com a RBS TV e Joy


16h:                   Encontro e entrevista das candidatas  com o júri.


17h:                   Desfile da Eliminatória da Região de Pelotas

Local:  Passarela da Arena de Esportes do Laranjal,

Traje das Candidatas: Maiô do concurso e Calçado próprio.


Roteiro do Evento:
1) Apresentação do júri (um a um)
2) Desfile Coletivo (todas as Candidatas)
3) Desfile Individual (uma a uma)
6) Reunião do júri para eleger as classificadas
7) Parada Coletiva para a Proclamação
8) Proclamação das Classificadas para a Final do Garota Verão 2013


ATENÇÃO:            * Pedimos que tomem conhecimento de todo o Regulamento do Garota Verão 2013;

                            * A Candidata que chegar depois das 9 horas no local do evento não participará do Concurso, não importando qual o tipo de explicação para o atraso;

                            * A Candidata que não apresentar documento de identidade (com foto) não participará do concurso.

* A Candidata deve levar sandália de salto de livre escolha.



André Luis Boanova
Produção Garota Verão
RBS TV Pelotas
(53) 9103.0787

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          NAVER rachète le Centre de Recherche Européen de Xerox   

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          Comment on A nation’s pride by Kristjan   
Calling this man anything just demeans that thing. I guess he's so despicable that his name could become a word, like google and xerox. Ex: He's such a trump. Go trump yourself. You stupid trump.
          As Xerox PARC Turns Forty-Seven, The Lesson Learned Is That Business Models Matter   
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          The End of Pax Papyra and the Fall of Big Paper   
Perhaps it is because I know too much about paper for my own good, thanks to a decade of involvement in various kinds of publishing and a four-year stint at Xerox, but the more I explore the emerging world of Big Data, the more I keep going back to the [...]
          Second Posting of Arrob@ Blog Pieces | Fall 2016 for the Latino/a Studies in the Global South Program @ Duke   

9.14.16

    • William Nericcio Headline 14 Sept.
Once again, I rely on a couple of reruns to fill the pages of Arrob@’s online wonderfulness—here, two recent dispatches from the Tex[t]-Mex Galleryblog, where I usually hang my semiotic sombrero:
Pappy's Golden Age Blogzine continues to emerge as the premier treasure trove for stereotypes-seeking cultural studies workers probing the backstory for anti-Mexican loathing--enjoying a Trump-led renaissance these days.  
Turns out the fat, corrupt, racist/rapist (Trump, not the "Spider"), did not have to dig too deep to conjure frightening hallucinations of swarthy, scary ethnic criminality. Below appear some choice page selections--the whole epic tale is available here.
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The March-April edition of Prize Comics Western hit the newsstands in January of 1950 and this issue has a treasure trove of findings for you, my fellow stereotype-hunters!  Penciled by M. Bailey, the story has everything--gore, hangings, treachery etc.--most of it perpetrated by angry, racist gringo Californians hot on the lusty trail for gold, Mexican blood and more!
The star/victim of "Robin Hood of the Sierras" is Joaquin Murrieta, "bandit"/national hero/corrido-fodder from California history. More on Murrieta here
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An added treat for followers of the #bizarrecaucasianbestiary hashtag on Blogger, Tumblr, Instagram, and Facebook?  None other than "Sandy" the self-wetting rubber doll! Ack! 
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For more info on Murrieta, California history, and other alleged "rogues" of the Western era, look up  Revolvers and Pistolas, Vaqueros and Caballeros: Debunking the Old West (Intersections of Race, Ethnicity, and Culture) by Cuban cultural critic and librarian Danilo H. Figueredo.
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Comic scan source? The awesome Digital Comics Museum! Here’s the entire, lurid Murrieta saga, warts and all:
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9.12.16

    • nericcioheadline 12 Sept.

I remember the day clearly, the contours of the memory etched onto my synapses with a glaring lucidity. I am a new professor at SDSU in the Fall of 1991—recently of UConn, I have opted to leave my job there midstream and cast my lot with fun-in-the-sun Southern California. In the English Department at SDSU, my administrative coordinator was Barb Schloss, no one’s fool—she was a tough as nails, SoCal blonde, who liked things done the right way—her way! Picture Janet Leigh from Touch of Evil and Psycho but with the impatience of a German train conductor.

I strolled into the office, then in the bewildering Adams Humanities building, with my new syllabus for my first class at SDSU—at the time, I was into the cut-and-paste-look of 80s-era ‘zines and my syllabus looked more like an Austin, Texas rock poster than a proper college syllabus.
© MICAEL PRIEST. The Ramones & Aalon. Armadillo World Headquarters. 14 July 1977. 17.5" × 11.5".
I can’t find that syllabus in the sprawl of my office, but here is one, from a year later that captures some of that look and another, more recent, and online, that sought to capture that vibe.
Back to my story. So I walk up to Barb with my syllabus and she takes one look at it and is not happy. “English Professors don’t put pictures on their syllabi—I’ve never seen anything like this; English Professors don’t do art.” To this day, the words echo through my consciousness.
The short of it is that she refused to gum up her precious Xerox/Risograph machines with my semiotic (and in her view, semi-idiotic) drivel—I had to run down to Kinko’s and print them out myself. 
That incident stayed with me the next year when I started to "do art." I resolved to only publish my art under the name Guillermo Nericcio García, my primo/cousin/artist-nom-de-plume and alter-ego. To this day I maintain a website for his identity.
With my traveling Mextasy show (see the earlier blog posting on Arrob@ below), I have since expanded the part of my universe that dabbles in art—if you are ever traveling (from London to Columbus, Ohio, to Manhattan, to Leiden), look for my “Dawg” tag on the walls and corridors of local dive bars.
All of this as a preface to a brief gallery of my posters that I maintain online. 
Please go there and see the whole collection—here I will only reference some of my favorite posters with a line or two about their origins.
1. “Erik Estrada, Lady Magnet”
© GUILLERMO NERICCIO
GARCÍA (2013).
Right now I am writing a new book via email with Frederick Luis Aldama, whose prolific textual output makes Jacques Derrida seem like a slacker. The book is called BrownTV and is a theory-laced, illustrated conversation about Mexicans, Mexican-Americans, and other Latinx bodies on the boob tube from the 1950s till today. One of the key figures I talk about in the book is heartthrob Erik Estrada—you can see the impact he had on me in this illustration. I love collage as an art praxis and am even fonder of vintage ads from the 1940s-50s. In my art, I like to juxtapose yesterday with the more recent past, always in an effort to foreground spectators, spectators that are always implicit, invisible, or absent in graphic representations of ethnic American bodies. You can see me toying with this above with Estrada the object of affection for gaggles of adoring white housewives, Stepford “dames” besotted with the brown vato’s hot, Latino charmingness.
2. “SPOCK, CHICANO! {MOCK NEWSPAPER HEADLINE}”
© GUILLERMO NERICCIO
GARCÍA (2014).
Here’s my description from The Eyegiene/Mextasy Poster Shoppe y Tiendita: “Yet another ridiculous mashup from the imagination of Guillermo Nericcio García--this time the half Vulcan, half Human Spock is revealed for what he was, a weakly ciphered fictional meditation on the mestizaje! That's right, Jewish-American actor Leonard Nimoy, the first primetime Chicano--ni de aquí, ni de allá!” Of course the description is tongue-in-cheek, but not totally. The appeal of the “half-breed,” of the alien mestizaje, in American pop-culture is fodder for current and future American Studies dissertations and books.
And lastly,
3.  "Not Chicano #2"
© GUILLERMO NERICCIO GARCÍA (20
08​).
The result of my imagination, a ripped-out, torn magazine ad for Brooks Brothers, a fat sharpie pen, and tape, Not Chicano #2 was the second in a series of graphic experiments that ended up in the traveling Mextasy exhibition. A blend of the obvious (no way those two gabachos are Chicano!), and, perhaps the more subtle (“not Chicano” a possible double double-negative in the Sartrean sense of the “ethnic-existential”), it remains one of my best-selling, most requested graphic inventions.
 Watch this space for more to come in the near future at Arrob@.


9.06.16

    • Lupe Velez | Headline

Just have time for a quick posting today on one of my all-time favorite Mexican/Hollywood superstars, Lupe Velez—as an added treat, I include a reposting of a February piece on Lupe from my Tex[t]-Mex Galleryblog, where I have been blogging since late 2006! That’s right—a decade of postings on “Mexican,” Mexican, and Latinx (Latina/o for the older set) artifacts.
One of my reliable sources of material on Hollywood Mexys is the Heritage Auction house—this morning they dropped this gem into my in-box:
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Time and again I have tipped my sombrero to the remarkable treasures to be found at Pappy's Golden Age Comics Blogzine, but now he has outdone himself with a post that jibes/gels/fuses with my #textmex and #mextasy researches/art/presentations and more.
One of his latest entries is a comic book from 1951 that fictionalizes the life and times of Lupe Velez--the 'Mexican Spitfire' that figures at the heart of my research in Myra Mendible's From Bananas to Buttocks: The Latina Body in Popular Film and Culture (University of Texas Press, 2007) and in my own Tex[t]-Mex: Seductive Hallucinations of the "Mexican" in America (Quality Comics’ Love Secrets #41 [1941], reprinted from Love Confessions #9 [1951].)

Click the images here to be plunged into mexstatic semiotic pleasure or go to Pappy's blog to read the whole story. Read my interpretation of Lupe Velez's life story--her career in cinema and the tragic climax to her life––here.



You can see all of my Textmex Galleryblog postings on the so-called Mexican Spitfire here.

 

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It’s the holiday, so I thought I would throw up a lite posting documenting some of my recent findings as I spelunk dimly lit streets, old junk stores, and the internets in search of #mextasy.

What is "Mextasy?"

A few years after I published Tex[t]-Mex: Seductive Hallucinations of the “Mexican” in America, Rachael Brown, an artist and professor at South Texas College in McAllen, Texas, asked me if I ever had thought of turning my book into a gallery exhibition. The answer was a resounding "no." I had spent 16 years bringing that magnum opus on Latina/o stereotypes to light—the last thing I wanted to do was to cart up my hoardings of Latina/o art and stereotypes artifacts and put them up in a museum.

Another thing: I am an English professor. While I was a cartoonist in high school, the Ivory Tower has inculcated in me the methodology of the scholar. Museums, galleries, didactics, and the like were mysteries to me. But I did it, and it was a success—here’s a short list of the universities where Mextasy has seen the light of day:
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Not too shabby, right, for an English professor! Also, I think I owe Rachael Brown a ton of money.

Lately though, the Mextasy circus/bandwagon has slowed and my analog amassing of stuff has died down as well. But habits die hard, so I have continued amassing a digital online collection of semiotic stereotype-laced wonders. This includes negative Debby-downer anti-Mexican hate stuff like this sign from a Dallas restaurant:

and ultra progressive art by Latinx seers whose visionary canvases help us to, er, whitewash, the damaging violence stereotypes wreak on our tired synapses—here, for example, the work of Izel Vargas from the lower Rio Grande valley:
One of the newest places I have been amassing digital artifacts is on Instagram, where I have met scores of cool graphic artists. Here are some of my recent postings.
My good friend Bola Juarez discovered a treasure trove of original movie posters from the span of the 20th century in an old movie house in southern Mexico near Chiapas—I am going to be helping to mount this treasure find as a museum exhibition:
Here’s another shot of this awesome, amazingly preserved artifacts that document a slice of the history of cinema in Mexico:
Some of my most exciting postings are actually repostings of established and new Latina/o graphic artists from across the web. This one by Desirée De León, a 27-year old neuroscience doctoral student from Georgia is evocatively simple, moving, and beautiful:
Of course, also, I include the banal (and also beautiful). A couple of years back I was working with some crazy producers and cinematographers trying to develop an Anthony Bourdain-style travel/culture TV show called Mextasy—you can see a trailer here. The star o
          Options PCS cheated special ed students of services   

Photo from Options Public Charter School

Options Public Charter School routinely denied students with disabilities textbooks and placed them in overcrowded classrooms, according to current and former teachers at the school.  The mounting allegations raise questions about the lack of special education oversight in DC.

DC’s Attorney General has alleged that former managers of the school diverted at least $3 million to their own pockets.  The lawsuit followed an investigation initiated by the DC Public Charter School Board into contracts between the school and two for-profit companies founded and controlled by its managers. That investigation came on the heels of a Freedom of Information request about the contracts filed by the Washington Post’s Emma Brown.

Options, the city’s oldest charter school, was founded to address the needs of the District’s most troubled students with disabilities and received tens of millions of taxpayer dollars.  The DC government allocates $28,884 for each student with disabilities, almost three times the amount allocated for other students.

Each October, DC officials visit schools to count the students enrolled and use that number to help determine the school’s budget. According to one current teacher at Options, boosting student enrollment for “count day” has been a central goal of the school administration.

Former Options administrator Jeff Smith, who is not named in the lawsuit, led a marketing campaign in the summer of 2012 to boost enrollment before the count. The school gave students $25 Visa cards and free pizza for coming to school on count day, according to the teacher.

Chronic understaffing

However, this enrollment push did not include hiring extra teachers so that Options could maintain the teacher-student ratio that it promises.  Options says it “ensures a six to one student to teacher ratio” in order to provide the personalized attention required by special needs students. According to the school’s website, every classroom is supposed to have a special education teacher along with a general classroom teacher.

The Options teacher had 16 students per class on average last year, with two teachers per class.  One of his classes had more than 20 students, 6 more students than desks in his classroom.

A former teacher at the school said that understaffing routinely led to the loss of one teacher from the classroom.

"Sometimes teachers didn’t come to work, so they would have to pull teachers to cover,” the teacher said.  “So I would lose my special ed teacher for the day.”

The former teacher said that rather than buying textbooks for students who might transfer out before the end of the year, the school chose not to send textbooks home with students.  Instead, the teacher would give students xeroxed copies of the text to use for homework.

Speaking of the general atmosphere at the school, the former teacher said, “What is driving everything is money, and the bottom line is that these kids need services.”

The court-appointed receiver for Options, Josh Kern, told GGE that he was unable to comment on the teachers’ charges “with limited information about the specific allegations and limited time to respond.”

Allegations similar to these have also appeared in the Post. One teacher told the Post that the school often lacked basic supplies like copying paper. And a former teacher said that several students spent the majority of the school year in a room for misbehaving kids, where they did not receive the services they were due.  Smith denied that any students spent the majority of the year in such a room but told the Post that other charges were possibly true.

Minimal oversight allows lapses to go undetected

Special education services are a matter of federal law, specifically the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).  All public school systems are required to identify students with learning disabilities, conduct assessments, and then determine what special education accommodations the students require. But there appears to be little or no oversight to ensure District public schools comply with IDEA. 

DC’s Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) last conducted on-site monitoring of Options to ensure special education compliance in December 2011.  The most recent visit before that was in May 2009.

As with all on-site visits to monitor special education compliance, OSSE posts a calendar on its website announcing these visits in advance. 

OSSE has no authority to close charter schools, even if they are found to violate special education regulations repeatedly.  Only the Public Charter School Board (PCSB) can close a charter school. But, although it will crack down on obvious violations of IDEA and respond to parent complaints, it does not regularly monitor schools for special education compliance.

PCSB spokesperson Theola Labbé-DeBose says the Board expects to decide whether to initiate proceedings to revoke Options’ charter at its December 16 meeting, with a final decision at its meeting in January. But, she said, even if the Board decides to begin revocation proceedings, “the school would remain open through the end of this school year.”

The federal government used to focus more on enforcing compliance with IDEA requirements. But in 2012, Education Secretary Arne Duncan announced that the Department would shift its efforts from ensuring the delivery of accommodations to tracking the performance of special education students on standardized tests. 

"For too long we’ve been a compliance-driven bureaucracy when it comes to educating students with disabilities,” said Duncan. “We have to expect the very best from our students. The best way to do that is by focusing on results.”

Given this lax oversight, only families who are able to afford attorneys can hold District schools accountable for providing special education services for their children.  At Options, 84% of students are low-income, according to the PCSB.

While the theft of public funds by Options officials angers many and is the focus of the District’s lawsuit, the real victims are the school’s 400 special needs students. Rather than keeping the school open, the DC government should immediately offer to pay their tuition at any private school in the area that will admit them and that provides the services they need. That would be expensive, but cost is not supposed to be a consideration under IDEA.

But even if Options is closed, as it should be, the system that allowed the school to deprive hundreds of students of accommodations they were legally entitled to year after year will still be in place.

Top image: Photo from Options Public Charter School

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          IBM To Enter the Online Ad Market? (GOOG, IBM)   

Google, Microsoft and Yahoo all recently filed new search-related patents. But so did IBM, Phillips and Xerox. Nathan Weinberg comments:

The most interesting one? Easily IBM’s filing for “System and method for dynamically optimizing a banner advertisement to counter competing advertisements“. What the system does is analyze a page and detect ads. Then it matches those ads against a database of the client’s competitor’s ads, and reformats the client’s ad to better compete against those ads. Brilliant!

He adds:

If IBM is planning on getting into the online ad game (and this patent is a big hint), this is exactly the million dollar idea any company needs to succeed.

Interesting. IBM's work on search was recently described in a NY Times article (free subscription required).


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          Corporate Podcasting, erste Business Podcasts in Österreich, Summary vom 20.Juni   
Mit Beispielen von TYROLIA, XEROX und HORIZONT ludt Christoph Schmidt, Geschäftsführer der create-mediadesign (create.at) am 20. Juni ins Museumsquartier in Wien ein. Alexander Wunschel (mediendreiklang) gibt einen Überblick über den Status Quo von podcasting im deutschsprachigen Raum. „Waren es im Juni 2005 erst 216.000 Downloads deutschsprachiger Episoden so ist die Zahl ein Jahr später bereits bei über 4 Mio. – das Wachstum vom 10 bis 15% monatlich ist enorm“. Durch den Podcast moderiert Julia B. Studiogast: Christoph Schmidt, Geschäftsführer von create-mediadesign.
          1. Horizont.at Podcast (Kurzversion)   
Die erste Horizont.at Podcastfolge aus der Kooperation mit create.at Podcast Veranstaltung vom 20. Juni 2006, MQ/Podium Themen und Vortragende: Thomas Peischl: Was ist podcasting? Alex Wunschel: Status Quo der Mediennutzung. Business Szenarien fr Medienhuser und Unternehmen. Christoph Schmidt: mit create einfach podcasts konzeptionieren, produzieren und distributieren. Corporate podcast Beispiele aus sterreich: TYROLIA Xerox
          Trajetórias diferentes, mas com um objetivo comum.   

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 ENFIM UM CAMINHO EM COMUM!

 COMO UMA COLCHA QUE SE COSTURA, COMEÇAM OS RETALHOS A SE ENTRELAÇAREM!!! E ENTÃO....
...Eis que surge uma idéia de psicologia na cabeça dessas moças...mas o restante nas próximas cenas

Aguardem!!!

 

            

Com o apoio da minha mãe e da minha prima Telma que está formando agora em psicologia, veio a vontade de fazer faculdade. Da vontade de ter uma profissão, a paciência de escutar e aconselhar, surgiu a vontade de me graduar em Psicologia, embora esta não venha à aconselhar. Com a orientação vocacional, veio a certeza de querer ser psicóloga.

A incerteza de conseguir realizar este sonho vinha com a dificuldade financeira, que logo foi resolvida quando ganhei a bolsa do PROUNI. Então entrar para a faculdade era o começo da realização do sonho.

                                                       
                                    
                                        
No começo algumas disciplinas mais teóricas, um pouco afastadas da Psicologia me desanimaram, mas à medida que fomos avançando e vendo disciplinas mais específicas, a paixão pelo curso e a vontade de aprender mais, foi só aumentando.

Fazendo estágio extra-curricular desde o 5º período, surgiu a incerteza de querer fazer Psicologia, pois meu estágio no CRAS é totalmente social, e não tem tanta coisa bem focada da Psicologia, então me deu vontade de fazer Serviço Social, o que era uma opção no meu teste vocacional.

Mas fomos caminhando e até aqui vejo como mudou a minha percepção a respeito do que é a Psicologia. Antes eu pensava que era só clínica, e agora vejo que a Psicologia está em todos os lugares (inclusive no CRAS) e é muito mais ampla.


                                     
Agora com os estágios curriculares, no PAM e na clínica, percebi o quanto é bom atender, que psicologia é sim a profissão que quero e que cada vez mais me encanto por ela.                                   


Cada disciplina traz uma experiência, um aprendizado, tanto teórico quanto prático. E tudo que vimos da prática do psicólogo até aqui e ainda veremos será uma base muito boa para sairmos da faculdade bem preparados para o mercado de trabalho que nos espera.

 

                    

NAYRE GONÇALVES SILVA

 
Tudo começou em outubro quando soube do período de inscrição para o vestibular da PUC Minas. Então corri e fui olhar como era, se tinha só uma etapa, o que caía na prova, pois já se faziam quatro anos que eu não olhava para os cadernos. Fiquei atenta para o período de inscrição, e comecei a estudar em casa. Quando ficaram sabendo que eu fiz inscrição para o vestibular, falaram que eu não iria passar, pois se já era difícil para quem estudava seis meses, imagina para quem não vai estudar nem um mês direito. A prova seria no meio do mês de novembro. Mas insisti e fui. Fiz a inscrição e continuei estudando. Quando chegou o dia da prova, fui e fiz a prova, com fé em Deus que eu iria passar. Depois fiquei muito ansiosa para pegar o resultado.

        Quando fui olhar a relação de aprovados e olhei meu nome, nem eu mesma podia acreditar eu tinha passado. Imprimi a folha e fiquei olhando para ela um bom tempo, a alegria foi muita.

                                    


 Fiz todas as etapas e quando começou as aulas, estava igual a uma criança de tão alegre. Cheguei, sentei e fiquei observando a sala de aula e pensando: eu passei!!!!

        Logo no primeiro período, era tudo muito novo, tinha tantos Xerox, texto para ler, ficava igual a uma barata tonta. As meninas dos períodos à frente, foram na sala, conversaram um pouquinho e foram embora. Então chegou o professor de estatística e eu pensei, "tô ferrada", não gostava de matemática e agora me deparo com a tal da estatística. Foram passando os dias e deu tudo certo, consegui vencer mais uma etapa, uma barreira: ela, a estatística.   A cada período, algo novo, novas matérias, novas experiências, o laboratório com a professora Kátia, onde a vimos matar uma rã, o laboratório com a TITA e os ratinhos e tantos outros.

                                      

  Hoje estou no sexto período e é mais um que eu venço com muito esforço, procurando melhorar a cada dia, para chegar até o final e conseguir me formar e mostrar para todos que não acreditaram em mim que eu iria passar, que eu consegui. Que eu cheguei até o final com muito esforço e confiança em Deus, pois ele junto com a minha mãe foram os únicos que acreditaram em mim.

                                                      


ZILMARA MOREIRA DE ARAÚJO 


DIREITO OU PSICOLOGIA?

Minha trajetória formativa começou com muitas incertezas e aquela
insegurança da idade (adolescência).

Antecedentes
      Durante o ensino médio comecei a pensar na profissão que queria seguir. Meu pai queria que eu escolhesse aquela profissão que sempre me daria êxito financeiro, como Medicina e Direito. Já minha mãe e minhas amigas diziam para eu escolher qualquer uma, sendo da área das exatas por causa das minhas notas e da minha habilidade com está área. No último ano do ensino médio (2007) fiquei em dúvida entre Direito, Administração e Medicina. Pensei...  E optei por Direito. Chegada a época do vestibular, meu pai queria que eu também tentasse a PUC e eu só queria tentar a UFMG, afinal eu não estava me preparando para nenhum vestibular, queria apenas curtir meu último ano no colégio. Que falta de maturidade a minha!


     Quando entrei no site da PUC para fazer minha inscrição lembro que procurei os cursos de graduação da PUC São Gabriel que tinham duração de 5 anos com exceção do Direito, pois este curso eu só faria na UFMG. Foi aí que apareceu Psicologia e Engenharia da Computação. Dentre as duas optei por Psicologia.

     Em janeiro de 2008 vieram os resultados de minhas escolhas e atitudes. Não passei em Direito pela UFMG mas passei em Psicologia pela PUC. Teria que decidir entre fazer um ano de cursinho pré-vestibular para tentar a UFMG novamente e cursar Psicologia. E depois de tantas orientações com Deus escolhi a segunda opção.
Cursando Psicologia

           No 1º período tivemos as disciplinas: Antropologia, Estatística, Filosofia I, Fisiologia, História da Psicologia, Neuroanatomia e Psicologia, Ciência e Profissão. E eu me identifiquei apenas com a Estatística (será porque hein?). Achava a Fisiologia e a Neuroanatomia muito interessantes mas senti dificuldades memorizar o que estas traziam. Quanto as outras, não tinha interesse por nenhuma. Ficava me perguntando por que não optei pelo pré-vestibular? Sentia que meus 17 anos não me tornavam madura o suficiente para estar em uma faculdade.

           E no 2º período não foi diferente. Dentre Bases Epistemológicas da Psicologia, Estágio Supervisionado I, Filosofia II, Neurobiologia, Sociologia, Teorias do Desenvolvimento da Criança e Teorias Existenciais Humanistas I eu só me identificava com a do Desenvolvimento da Criança. E não via a hora das férias chegarem.

           Já no 3º período, após as férias de dezembro e janeiro, cheguei diferente. Passei a forçar meu interesse e deu certo. Gostava de todas as disciplinas exceto Teorias Existenciais II, mas nem por isso deixei de acreditar que com ela eu me tornaria uma profissional competente. Comecei a mudar minha forma de ser, de pensar, de agir. Foi nesse período que eu senti que aquela Vanessa imatura estava ficando para trás.

           Nos 4º e 5º períodos fui me superando cada vez mais. Conquistei meu espaço. As verdadeiras amizades permaneceram. Aprendi a lidar com o próximo. Escrevi artigos, projeto de pesquisa, me superei em cada apresentação de trabalho. Aquele medo de falar, de expressar ficou perdido no 3º período. Estava preparada para novas mudanças que a Psicologia estava me oferecendo.

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          Alternate Reality Kit by Randall Smith at Xerox PARC 1986 (a forerunner of morphic -but cooler in some ways)   
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          Happy Birthday, Copy Machine! Happy Birthday, Copy Machine!   
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xZYcWsh8t0 Copy machines can be found in every office, and most of us take them for granted. But 75 years ago, the technology that underpins the modern photocopier was used for the first time in a small apartment in Queens. Inventor Chester Carlson used static electricity created with a handkerchief, light and dry powder to make the first copy on Oct. 22, 1938. The copier didn't get on to the market until 1959, more than 20 years later. When it did, the Xerox machine prompted a dramatic change in the workplace. The first commercial model, the Xerox 914, was bulky and cumbersome. It weighed nearly 650 pounds. It was the size of about two washing machines and was prone to spontaneous combustion. But even literally going up in flames wasn't enough to kill the product. In fact, it was in high demand. "There was a distinct need for simple copying like this, and it just took off," says Ray Brewer, historical archivist for Xerox Corp. "We sold thousands of
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          My Wired: 1 of 5,000   


When I first started this blog, I mentioned Wired's co-promotion with Xerox aimed at current subscribers. In the first 4 days, Wired received 11,000 submissions. Only the first 5,000 "appropriate" submissions were printed. I'm glad Emerie made it in. I've never anticipated the arrival of my Wired mag as much as I did this month.

The customized Wired covers are actually created using a Xerox iGen3 110 Digital Production Press (and the company's newly acquired XMPie PersonalEffect software). The press itself looks like the biggest copy machine I have ever seen. This could be the beginning of personalization on a much deeper level than just magazine covers. Imagine if your entire Wired issue were customized based on your preferences. OK, OK... maybe that won't be happening right away. But look at reality TV, and the new model for social networking and user created content on the web. It didn't take long for big sites to adopt personalized versions of their sites for readers and even starting charging for online subscriptions. I personally can't wait to see where this goes next.

Check out the Xerox iGen3 110 Digital Production Press here (just trying to help boost your ROI guys!)
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          Advance Electronic Toll Collection Technology Advancement & Analysis for Smoother Transportation 2017   

The various types of electronic toll collection systems based on RFID, DSRC, and GPS technologies are being increasingly adopted on highways and in urban areas.

Seattle, WA -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/29/2017 -- According to the new market research report "Electronic Toll Collection Market by Type (ETC and AET), Product (AVI and AVC), Technology (RFID, DRSC, Video Analytics, and GPS/GNSS), Application (Highway and Urban), and Region - Global Forecast to 2022", the electronic toll collection market is estimated to be valued at USD 10.57 Billion by 2022, growing at a CAGR of 9.16% between 2017 and 2022.

This is primarily due to the increasing demand for effective solutions for traffic congestion and increasing allocation of funds by various governments on intelligent transportation system.

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The growth of the electronic toll collection market is attributed to the increasing demand for electronic toll collection systems, driven by the need for providing efficient traffic management and improving toll collection accountability. The various types of electronic toll collection systems based on RFID, DSRC, and GPS technologies are being increasingly adopted on highways and in urban areas.

Of all the major products, the back office and integration, and VES is expected to dominate the electronic toll collection market during the forecast period. The market for AVI product is expected to witness the highest growth from 2017 to 2022.

Among all the applications, highway held the largest share of the electronic toll collection market in 2016. The level of traffic congestion is more on highways, owing to which the adoption rate of electronic toll collection systems would be high. Moreover, the presence of a large number of highways with high traffic raises the need for better traffic management solutions.

The electronic toll collection market based on type comprises ETC and AET. The market for AET is expected to witness the highest growth between 2017 and 2022. This growth is attributed to the advantages offered by AET, such as congestion relief, operational savings, and improved environmental factors.

Of all the regions, North America held the largest share of the electronic toll collection market. However, the market in APAC is expected to grow at the highest CAGR between 2017 and 2022.

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The major players in the electronic toll collection market are 3M (US), Xerox Corporation (US), EFKON AG (Austria), Kapsch TrafficCom (Austria), Q-Free (Norway), and Cubic Transportation Systems, Inc. (US), among others. These players have adopted various strategies such as contracts, agreements, partnerships, new product launches, and business expansions to cater to the demand for electronic toll collection systems.

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          Xerox: El futuro del trabajo   
Recientemente Xerox realizó en Lima un evento denominado "The Future of Work Lima 2017 - Xerox Solution Day” en el cual presentó los 29 equipos que ahora componen la cartera de productos que ofrece en el país.
          Field Service Technician - Eastern Managed Print Network - Corning, NY   
NY Territories (Corning, Watkins Glen, Horseheads). Field Service Technician - Xerox.... $15 - $17 an hour
From Eastern Managed Print Network - Fri, 14 Apr 2017 20:33:11 GMT - View all Corning, NY jobs
          Xerox Walkin Interview For Freshers/Exp   

Xerox Walkin Interview For Freshers/Exp On 5th July 2017. Further details For this Job is Total no of Vacancies, Education Qualification, Experience Details, Location of Job and Detailed Description etc,. Xerox Walkin Interview apply for All graduates as soon as possible and given details as below. Company Profile : Xerox Corporation also known as Xerox, […]

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          Xerox Phaser 3435 Black toner - Jelenlegi ára: 48 181 Ft   
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          (USA-ME-Augusta) Implementation Consultant (East)   
**We're looking for a** ## Implementation Consultant \(East\) This position exists for the purpose of providing the highest quality of implementation support directly to our clients\. The primary function of this role is to assist clients with the business planning and configuration for implementation of the Cornerstone Talent Management suite of products\. You will also facilitate workshops around Talent Management best\-practices, Transformation enablers \(i\.e\. Change Management, Governance, Process Re\-engineering\)\. We are looking for a professional with a proven ability to deliver under pressure and within deadlines; experience in a startup environment is preferred\. Performance is based upon project realization, customer satisfaction and product knowledge\. **In this role you will\.\.\.** + Work collaboratively with clients to provide the optimum configuration, integration and implementation of the Cornerstone Talent Management suite of products based upon client objectives, process and technical best practices and common configuration practices + Understand complex and unique client use cases and to develop configuration and integration recommendations + Work independently with the client to implement the CSOD Talent Management solutions + Pass all internal written Cornerstone OnDemand product certification exams + \.\.\. and being the rockstar you are, be willing to take on additional responsibilities as needed **You’ve got what it takes if you have\.\.\.** + A bachelor's degree in Business, Technology or equivalent + 3 \- 5 years of experience involving client interaction, technical support, or project management + Knowledge of Microsoft Office programs \(Word, Excel, Outlook, etc\.\) + Excellent verbal and written communication skills and professional etiquette + Outstanding service\-orientation and strong interpersonal skills that create positive relationships with colleagues and clients + The ability to understand complex client requirements and develop configuration options to meet those requirements + The ability to thoroughly document and articulate system behaviors, issues, workflows and functionality in such a way that basic users can easily understand + A proven ability to deal with high\-stress situations calmly and methodically **Extra dose of awesome if you have\.\.\.** + Experience in a deadline\-driven, fast\-paced, high\-growth environment + Experience providing services to nonprofits or higher education + Some experience with Talent Management applications + A high\-level understanding of Talent Management frameworks and marketplace **Our Culture:** Our mission is to empower people, businesses and communities\. A culture created less by what we do and more by who we are\. When people are asked to describe the team, the answer is always the same: Smart, Cool, Dependable, and Visionary\. We are not a typical tech company \(even with our unlimited vacation, paid sabbaticals, generous stock units, education reimbursement, and 100% paid employee health coverage\), because, well, our employees aren't your typical techies\.\.\. We're always on the lookout for new, curious and capable people who can help us achieve our goal\. So if you want to work for a friendly, global and innovative company, we'd love to meet you\! What are you waiting for? **What We Do:** Cornerstone OnDemand \(NASDAQ: CSOD\) helps organizations to recruit, train and manage their people\. We work with hundreds of the world’s largest companies—from Walgreens and Starwood Hotels & Resorts to Deutsche Post DHL and Xerox—and thousands of smaller ones to help them engage their workforces and empower their people\. Our software impacts every aspect of the employee experience, helping people to make their best work even better – which ultimately translates into greater business results\. Our software and services are in use by over 31 million people in 191 countries and in 43 languages\. Check us out on,,, and\! Equal Employment Opportunity has been, and will continue to be, a fundamental commitment at Cornerstone OnDemand\. All qualified applicants are given consideration regardless of race, color, gender, age, sexual orientation, national origin, marital status, citizenship status, disability, veteran status, or any other protected class as provided in applicable Federal, State, or Local fair employment laws\. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please contact us at\. **Send to a Friend** _Please wait\.\.\._ Email this Job Ad to your friend\(s\) by adding their email address\(es\) along with your details to the field below: \*Separate each recipient email address with a comma\. **Recipient email address\(es\):** **Your First Name:** **Your Last Name:** Select which language the email should be sent in\. **Language:** Not sure which position to apply for?Cornerstone is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer\. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics\.
          Equity Analyst - Morningstar - Chicago, IL   
HP Inc, Corning, TE Connectivity, Amphenol, Arrow Electronics, Avnet, Sensata Technologies, Motorola Solutions, Xerox Corp, On Semiconductor, Silicon Labs and...
From Morningstar - Fri, 23 Jun 2017 15:02:04 GMT - View all Chicago, IL jobs
          Director of Alliances and Channels - Zyme Solutions - San Francisco Bay Area, CA   
Industry leaders like Dell, VMware, Fujitsu, Plantronics, Xerox, Symantec, Lenovo, GoPro, Armstrong World Industries, and Seagate rely on Zyme....
From Zyme Solutions - Fri, 10 Mar 2017 10:02:18 GMT - View all San Francisco Bay Area, CA jobs
          Marketing Communications Manager - Zyme Solutions - Redwood Shores, CA   
Industry leaders like Dell, VMware, Fujitsu, Plantronics, Xerox, Symantec, Lenovo, GoPro, Armstrong World Industries, and Seagate rely on Zyme....
From Zyme Solutions - Fri, 23 Jun 2017 06:09:42 GMT - View all Redwood Shores, CA jobs
          Global Marketing Operations Manager - Zyme Solutions - Redwood Shores, CA   
Industry leaders like Dell, VMware, Fujitsu, Plantronics, Xerox, Symantec, Armstrong World Industries, and Seagate rely on Zyme....
From Zyme Solutions - Thu, 13 Apr 2017 15:33:25 GMT - View all Redwood Shores, CA jobs
          Senior Manager, Group Retirement Plans - RBC - Toronto, ON   
Manage external and internal vendor relationships, including Buck Consulting (Xerox), as part of the group business management activities....
From RBC - Fri, 30 Jun 2017 19:20:40 GMT - View all Toronto, ON jobs
          Compania Xerox este inclusă în topul "100 Best Corporate Citizens"   
Xerox (NYSE: XRX) face parte din clasamentul „100 Best Corporate Citizens” pentru al nouălea an consecutiv. Clasamentul este realizat de Corporate Responsibility Magazine, una dintre cele mai importante organizații din America de Nord în ceea ce privește responsabilitatea corporativă.
          Commenti su Black kiss di Ranxerox « peppone   
[...] degli Stati Uniti. Per avere qualcosa di simile, a livello di mainstream, bisognerà aspettare Black Kiss di HowardChaykin. Tra bestemmie e vernacolo romano, eros spinto e scene pulp di assoluta qualità, [...]
          (USA-VA-Virginia Beach) Account Manager, Supply Sales   
Account manager is responsible for selling consumables manufactured by industry leaders such as Xerox, Hp, Neopost, Hassler, etc. Using customer information and buying history to influence and assist customers procure what is needed in their environment. Conduct comprehensive needs analyses of potential and current customers and present results back to customer + Conduct sales activity at a level sufficient to meet or exceed sales and profit quotas and goals every month + Conduct comprehensive needs analyses of potential and current customers and present results back to customer + Continually grow net new business within an established territory by cold calling, prospecting, and cross-selling with other divisions of the company + Partner effectively with sales teams to maximize opportunities for the company + Work closely with current customers to ensure ongoing customer satisfaction and keep customers informed on other technology solutions and upgrades to meet their needs + Participate in team sales blitzes + Develop expertise in the products sold by ESI + Provide daily/weekly reports per ESI sales standards to document all sales activity and progress + Respond to customer quoting or proposal requests on a timely basis + Perform at or exceed team and individual revenue and profit sales goals as assigned by manager(s), to ensure a spot on the Circle of Excellence trip + Experience, at least two years, with sales – strongly prefer business to business sales + High school diploma or equivalent required; Bachelor's degree preferred + Excellent time management, organizational, problem solving and verbal/written communications skills required + Ability to work with people at all levels; ability to work individually and as a part of a team + Ability to multitask, prioritize, work at a high level of accuracy + Computer proficiency in Windows environment + Passion to keep abreast of new technology trends and how they apply to real world projects + Consistent work history Electronic Systems, Inc. is a premier supplier and service provider of comprehensive office technology. We are committed to providing remarkable innovative solutions to our customers and for our employees, extensive training and development. We are passionate about building a team of highly qualified, customer focused individuals who contribute enthusiastically to our corporate culture and our company's success. With the competitive salary and benefits offered at ESI you build more than a career, you can build a future. Check us out at www.esi.net Opportunity Employer/AA Employer M/F/D/V, and maintains a drug-free workplace. Electronic Systems is tobacco- and smoke-free workplace. External Company URL: http://www.esi.net/
          Marketing Representative - Xerox Corporation - Hawaii   
Position services the Kona Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii. Candidate must reside on Island of Hawaii....
From Xerox Corporation - Thu, 18 May 2017 20:06:22 GMT - View all Hawaii jobs
          Post re: Green Pond, NJ   

That's to funny - I swear I was just thinking of looking at this ole' thing!



Tom P,  there's nothing to do but go climbing , keep it low key be carful and respectful. The less interaction with established state blow hards the better 

Ringwood? That's Weiss Ecology Center, The Pizza Face &  Pine Paddies - territory, - have you check'd that out ? ( I sent Michael C a Xeroxd mini-guide.)


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Hey -  jia! Get In touch life's to short!


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          Xerox Celebrates an Innovation That Transformed Business Communications   
Forty years ago, the launch of the Xerox 9700 – the company’s first commercial laser printer – gave rise to the digital printing industry, which today generates more than $120 billion in global annual revenues, according to Smithers Pira.

          Equity Analyst - Morningstar - Chicago, IL   
HP Inc, Corning, TE Connectivity, Amphenol, Arrow Electronics, Avnet, Sensata Technologies, Motorola Solutions, Xerox Corp, On Semiconductor, Silicon Labs and...
From Morningstar - Fri, 23 Jun 2017 15:02:04 GMT - View all Chicago, IL jobs
          Comment on Show 147 with Michael Huff of File Keepers by cary.mcgovern   
I coined the phrase, "records management has gone fro the basement to the boardroom" in 1992 in an article in Xerox Pathways client magazine
          Equity Analyst - Morningstar - Chicago, IL   
HP Inc, Corning, TE Connectivity, Amphenol, Arrow Electronics, Avnet, Sensata Technologies, Motorola Solutions, Xerox Corp, On Semiconductor, Silicon Labs and...
From Morningstar - Fri, 23 Jun 2017 15:02:04 GMT - View all Chicago, IL jobs
          District Magistrate Office Nadia Recruitment 2017 240 Civil Defence Volunteers Posts   
District Magistrate Office Nadia Job Vacancy 2017 2018 240 Trained Male Civil Defence Volunteers Posts at www.nadia.nic.in| District Magistrate Office Nadia Job Vacancies 2017 Download Application Form | District Magistrate Office Nadia Released Job Openings Notification 2017  Eligible Candidates can Download Application Through Official website www.nadia.nic.in| District Magistrate Office Nadia Syllabus, Call Latter, Age Limit, Eligibility Criteria, Application Processes, District Magistrate Office Nadia Walk in Date, District Magistrate Office Nadia Result Date Details Given below Check before attend walk in Interview.
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District Magistrate Office Nadia 240 Trained Male Civil Defence Volunteers Recruitment 2017 at www.nadia.nic.in:
Organization Name:District Magistrate Office Nadia

Employment Category:West Bengal Govt Jobs

Total No. of Vacancies:240

Job Location:Nadia (West Bengal)
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Name of the Post & No of Vacancies:
1. Trained Male Civil Defence Volunteers - 240

Eligibility Criteria for District Magistrate Office Nadia Trained Male Civil Defence Volunteers Jobs 2017
Educational Qualification:
Candidates who have completed 10th or equivalent from a recognized Institute are Eligible to apply District Magistrate Office Nadia Recruitment 2017
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Age Limit: (As on 01.01.2017)
Candidate’s Age Limit Should be between 18 to 33 Years. Go through District Magistrate Office Nadia official Notification 2017 for more reference

Selection Procedure for District Magistrate Office Nadia Trained Male Civil Defence Volunteers
Selection Procedure: Physical Fitness Test, Interview

How to apply for District Magistrate Office Nadia Trained Male Civil Defence Volunteers Recruitment 2017:  
Eligible Candidates advised to Download and read District Magistrate Office Nadia Job notification to get aware of recruitment schedule and venue from official website www.nadia.nic.in. Candidate must reach advertised venue (Address & Walk in Date Mentioned in Official Notification) with all original document and Xerox copies, filled in application form (if required)
Walk in Venue:
Dates
Reporting Time
Name Sub Division
Venue of Screening Camp
22.07.2017
11. 00 AM
Krishnagar Sadar
Respective Office of The Sub Divisional Officer Krishnagar Sadar
23.07.2017
11. 00 AM
Krishnagar Sadar
Respective Office of The Sub Divisional Officer Krishnagar Sadar
22.07.2017
11. 00 AM
Tehatta
Respective Office of The Sub Divisional Officer Tehatta
22.07.2017
11. 00 AM
Kalyani
Respective Office of The Sub Divisional Officer Kalyani
22.07.2017
11. 00 AM
Ranaghat
Respective Office of The Sub Divisional Officer Ranaghat
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Important Dates for District Magistrate Office Nadia Trained Male Civil Defence Volunteers Recruitment 2017: 
Date of Walk in Interview: 22.07.2017 & 23.07.2017 11.00 AM

District Magistrate Office Nadia Trained Male Civil Defence Volunteers Notification & Application Form Link:  
District Magistrate Office Nadia Trained Male Civil Defence Volunteers Official Notification & Application Form PDF: Click Here to Download
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          RRII Recruitment 2017 Analytical Trainees Posts   
Rubber Research Institute of India Job Vacancy 2017 2018 04 Analytical Trainees Posts at www.rubberboard.org.in | Rubber Research Institute of India Job Vacancies 2017 Download Application Form | RRII Released Job Openings Notification 2017  Eligible Candidates can Download Application Through Official websitewww.rubberboard.org.in | RRIISyllabus, Call Latter, Age Limit, Eligibility Criteria, Application Processes, RRII Walk in Date, RRII Result Date Details Given below Check before attend walk in Interview.
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RRII 04 Analytical Trainees Recruitment 2017 at www.rubberboard.org.in:
Organization Name:Rubber Research Institute of India
Employment Category:Central Govt Jobs

Total No. of Vacancies:04

Job Location:Kottayam (Kerala)
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Name of the Post & No of Vacancies:
1. Analytical Trainees - 04

Eligibility Criteria for RRII Analytical Trainees Jobs 2017
Educational Qualification:
Candidates who have completed B.Sc in chemistry or polymer diploma chemistry or Rubber Technology or equivalent from a recognized Institute are Eligible to apply RRII Recruitment 2017
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Age Limit: (As on 31.03.2017)
Candidate’s Age Limit Should not exceed 30 Years. The Upper age limit is relaxed by 5 years for SC/ST; 3 years for OBC, 10 Years for Persons with Disabilities (15 years for SC/ST PWD’s & 13 years for OBC PWD’s) and for Ex-S as per Govt. of India rules. Candidates Relaxation in Upper Age limit will be provided as per Govt. Rules. Go through RRII official Notification 2017 for more reference

Pay Scale: Rs.5400 - 20200/- with Grade Pay Rs.1900/-

Selection Procedure for RRII Analytical Trainees
Selection Procedure: Interview

How to apply for RRII Analytical Trainees Recruitment 2017:  
Eligible Candidates advised to Download and read RRII Jobnotification to get aware of recruitment schedule and venue from official website www.rubberboard.org.in. Candidate must reach advertised venue (Address & Walk in Date Mentioned in Official Notification) with all original document and Xerox copies, filled in application form (if required)

Walk in Venue:
Director of Research, Rubber Research Institute of India,
Rubber Board, Kottayam - 9
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Important Dates for RRII Analytical Trainees Recruitment 2017: 
Date of Walk in Interview: 04.07.2017 9.00AM

RRII Analytical Trainees Notification & Application Form Link:  
RRII Analytical Trainees Official Notification PDF: Click Here to Download
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          Spices Board Recruitment 2017 06 Trainee Analyst Posts   
Spices Board Job Vacancy 2017 2018 06 Trainee Analyst Posts at www.indianspices.com | Spices Board Job Vacancies 2017 Download Application Form | Spices BoardReleased Job Openings Notification 2017 Eligible Candidates can Download Application Through Official website www.indianspices.com| Spices Board Syllabus, Call Latter, Age Limit, Eligibility Criteria, Application Processes, Spices Board Walk in Date, Spices Board Result Date Details Given below Check before attend walk in Interview.
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Spices Board 06 Trainee Analyst Recruitment 2017 at www.indianspices.com:
Organization Name:Spices Board

Employment Category:Central Govt Jobs

Total No. of Vacancies:06

Job Location:Chennai (Tamilnadu)
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Name of the Post & No of Vacancies:
1. Trainee Analyst - 06

Eligibility Criteria for Spices Board Trainee Analyst Jobs 2017
Educational Qualification:
Candidates who have completed M.Sc. in Chemistry/Food Chemistry/Applied Chemistry/ Analytical Chemistry/ Industrial Chemistry/Food Technologyor equivalent from a recognized Institute are Eligible to apply Spices Board Recruitment 2017
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Age Limit: (As on 01.07.2017)
Candidate’s Age Limit Should not exceed 35 Years. Go through Spices Board official Notification 2017 for more reference
Pay Scale: Rs. 18000/- (Per month)

Selection Procedure for Spices Board Trainee Analyst
Selection Procedure: Interview

How to apply for Spices Board Trainee Analyst Recruitment 2017:  
Eligible Candidates advised to Download and read Spices Board Jobnotification to get aware of recruitment schedule and venue from official website www.indianspices.com. Candidate must reach advertised venue (Address & Walk in Date Mentioned in Official Notification) with all original document and Xerox copies, filled in application form (if required)

Walk in Venue:
Spices Board, Quality Evaluation Lab-Chennai, Plot No R-11, SIPCOT Complex, Gummiddipoondi, Tiruvallur Distt - 601 201, Tamil Nadu
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Important Dates for Spices Board Trainee Analyst Recruitment 2017: 
Date of Walk in Interview: 18.07.2017 10. 00 AM

Spices Board Trainee Analyst Notification & Application Form Link:  
Spices Board Trainee Analyst Official Notification PDF: Click Here to Download
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          Ordnance Factory Medak Recruitment 2017 100 Apprentices Posts   
Ordnance Factory Medak Job Vacancy 2017 2018 100 Engg Graduate Apprentices, (Diploma) Technician Apprentices Posts at www.davp.nic.in| Ordnance Factory Medak Job Vacancies 2017 Download Application Form | Ordnance Factory Medak Released Job Openings Notification 2017  Eligible Candidates can Download Application Through Official website www.davp.nic.in| Ordnance Factory Medak Syllabus, Call Latter, Age Limit, Eligibility Criteria, Application Processes, Ordnance Factory Medak Walk in Date, Ordnance Factory Medak Result Date Details Given below Check before attend walk in Interview.
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Ordnance Factory Medak 100 Apprentices Recruitment 2017 at www.davp.nic.in:
Organization Name:Ordnance Factory Medak

Employment Category:Central Govt Jobs

Total No. of Vacancies:100

Job Location:Medak (Telangana)
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Name of the Post & No of Vacancies:
1. Apprentices - 100
1. Mechanical Engineering
2. Electrical Engineering
3. Electronics Engineering
4. Metallurgy Engineering
5. Civil Engineering
6. Computer Science Engineering
7. Information Technology 
8. Chemical Engineering
9. Automobiles Engineering

Eligibility Criteria for Ordnance Factory Medak Apprentices Jobs 2017
Educational Qualification:
1. Engg Graduate - Candidates must have passed Engineering course in relevant subjects.
2. Technician (Diploma) - Candidates must have passed Diploma course in relevant subjects. 
Note: Gap Between date of Passing to date of Joining Should not be more then 3 Years . Candidates who are Passed out Prior to Dec 2014 are not Eligible
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Age Limit: As per ofmedak rules

Stipend:
1. Engg Graduate - Rs. 4984/- (Per Month)
2. Technician (Diploma) - Rs. 3542/-(Per Month)

Selection Procedure for Ordnance Factory Medak Apprentices
Selection Procedure: Interview

How to apply for Ordnance Factory Medak Apprentices Recruitment 2017:  
Eligible Candidates advised to Download and read Ordnance Factory MedakJob notification to get aware of recruitment schedule and venue from official website www.davp.nic.in. Candidate must reach advertised venue (Address & Walk in Date Mentioned in Official Notification) with all original document and Xerox copies, filled in application form (if required)

Walk in Venue:
HRD section (OFILMK), near main gate,
Ordnance Factory Estate, Yeddumailaram (T.S)
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Important Dates for Ordnance Factory Medak Apprentices Recruitment 2017: 
Date of Walk in Interview: 25.07.2017 at 08.30 hrs

Ordnance Factory Medak Apprentices Notification & Application Form Link:  
Ordnance Factory Medak Apprentices Official Notification PDF: Click Here to Download
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          AIIMS Raipur Recruitment 2017 105 Senior Residents (SR) Posts   
All India Institute of Medical Sciences Raipur Job Vacancy 2017 2018 105 Anatomy, Anaesthesiology, Cardiology, General Medicine, General Surgery, Orthopaedics Posts at www.aiimsraipur.edu.in| All India Institute of Medical Sciences Raipur Job Vacancies 2017 Download Application Form | AIIMS Raipur Released Job Openings Notification 2017  Eligible Candidates can Download Application Through Official website www.aiimsraipur.edu.in| AIIMS Raipur Syllabus, Call Latter, Age Limit, Eligibility Criteria, Application Processes, AIIMS Raipur Walk in Date, AIIMS Raipur Result Date Details Given below Check before attend walk in Interview.
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AIIMS Raipur 105 Senior Residents (SR) Recruitment 2017 at www.aiimsraipur.edu.in:
Organization Name:All India Institute of Medical Sciences Raipur

Employment Category:Central Govt Jobs

Total No. of Vacancies:105

Job Location:Raipur (Chhattisgarh)
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Name of the Post & No of Vacancies:
1. Anatomy - 03
2. Anaesthesiology - 10
3. Biochemistry -04
4. Cardiology - 06
5. Cardiothoracic Surgery - 04
6. Community & family Medicine - 05
7. General Medicine - 12
8. General Surgery - 10
9. Microbiology - 03
10. Obstetrics & Gynaecology - 02
11. Ophthalmology - 05
12. Orthopaedics - 08
13.Paediatrics - 09
14. Pathology and Lab Medicine - 02
15. Paediatric Surgery - 05
16.Physiology - 01
 17. Psychiatry - 02
18. Pulmonary Medicine - 04
19. Radio diagnosis - 06
20. Radiotherapy - 02
21. Transfusion Medicine & Blood Bank - 02

Eligibility Criteria for AIIMS Raipur Senior Residents (SR) Jobs 2017
Educational Qualification:
Candidates who have completed post graduate Medical Degree/Diploma in respective discipline from a recognized University/Institute. b. DMC/DDC/MCIor equivalent from a recognized Institute are Eligible to apply AIIMS Raipur Recruitment 2017
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Age Limit:
Candidate’s Age Limit Should not exceed 33 Years. The Upper age limit is relaxed by 5 years for SC/ST; 3 years for OBC, 10 Years for Persons with Disabilities (15 years for SC/ST PWD’s & 13 years for OBC PWD’s) and for Ex-S as per Govt. of India rules. Candidates Relaxation in Upper Age limit will be provided as per Govt. Rules. Go through AIIMS Raipur official Notification 2017 for more reference

Pay Scale: Rs. 15600-39100); with Grade Pay of Rs. 6600/- + NPA for Medical graduates

Selection Procedure for AIIMS Raipur Senior Residents (SR)
Selection Procedure: Interview

AIIMS Raipur Senior Residents (SR) Exam Fee Details: 
Application Fee:
For General/OBC Candidates Application Fee is - Rs.1000/-
For All Other Candidates (ST/SC/Ex-s/PWD) Application Fee is - Rs.800/-

How to apply for AIIMS Raipur Senior Residents (SR) Recruitment 2017:  
Eligible Candidates advised to Download and read AIIMS Raipur Jobnotification to get aware of recruitment schedule and venue from official website www.aiimsraipur.edu.in. Candidate must reach advertised venue (Address & Walk in Date Mentioned in Official Notification) with all original document and Xerox copies, filled in application form (if required)

Walk in Venue:
Committee Room, 1st Floor, Medical College Building,
Gate No. 5, AIIMS, Tatibandh, G.E. Road, Raipur (C.G.) - 492099
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Important Dates for AIIMS Raipur Senior Residents (SR) Recruitment 2017: 
Date of Walk in Interview: 10 to 31.07.2017

AIIMS Raipur Senior Residents (SR) Notification & Application Form Link:  
AIIMS Raipur Senior Residents (SR) Official Notification & Application Form PDF: Click Here to Download
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          BEL Recruitment 2017 Technician Apprentices Posts   
Bharat Electronics Limited Job Vacancy 2017 2018 Various Technician Apprentices Posts at www.bel-india.com | Bharat Electronics Limited Job Vacancies 2017 Download Application Form | BELReleased Job Openings Notification 2017 Eligible Candidates can Download Application Through Official website www.bel-india.com| BEL Syllabus, Call Latter, Age Limit, Eligibility Criteria, Application Processes, BEL Walk in Date, BEL Result Date Details Given below Check before attend walk in Interview.
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BEL Various Technician Apprentices Recruitment 2017 at www.bel-india.com:
Organization Name:Bharat Electronics Limited

Employment Category:Central Govt Jobs

Total No. of Vacancies:Various

Job Location:Bangalore (Karnataka)
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Name of the Post & No of Vacancies:
1. Technician Apprentices - Various

Eligibility Criteria for BEL Technician Apprentices Jobs 2017
Educational Qualification:
Candidates who have completed Diploma on or after 01s t August 2014or equivalent from a recognized Institute are Eligible to apply BEL Recruitment 2017
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Age Limit: As per BEL rules
Stipend: Rs. 3550/- (Per Month)

Selection Procedure for BEL Technician Apprentices
Selection Procedure: Written Test, Interview

How to apply for BEL Technician Apprentices Recruitment 2017:  
Eligible Candidates advised to Download and read BEL Jobnotification to get aware of recruitment schedule and venue from official website www.bel-india.com. Candidate must reach advertised venue (Address & Walk in Date Mentioned in Official Notification) with all original document and Xerox copies, filled in application form (if required)

Walk in Venue:
Centre for Learning and Development,
BEL, Jalahalli, Bangalore - 560 013
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Important Dates for BEL Technician Apprentices Recruitment 2017: 
Date of Walk in Interview: 17 & 18.07.2017 at 10.00 AM

BEL Technician Apprentices Notification & Application Form Link:  
BEL Technician Apprentices Official Notification PDF: Click Here to Download
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          TCIL Recruitment 2017 Junior Engineer (JE) Posts   
Telecommunications Consultants India Limited Job Vacancy 2017 2018 05 Senior Engineer (SE), Junior Engineer (JE) Posts at www.tcil-india.com| Telecommunications Consultants India Limited Job Vacancies 2017 Download Application Form | TCIL Released Job Openings Notification 2017  Eligible Candidates can Download Application Through Official website www.tcil-india.com| TCIL Syllabus, Call Latter, Age Limit, Eligibility Criteria, Application Processes, TCIL Walk in Date, TCIL Result Date Details Given below Check before attend walk in Interview.
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TCIL 05 Senior Engineer (SE) Junior Engineer (JE) Recruitment 2017 at www.tcil-india.com:
Organization Name:Telecommunications Consultants India Limited

Employment Category:Central Govt Jobs

Total No. of Vacancies:05

Job Location:Delhi
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Name of the Post & No of Vacancies:
1. Senior Engineer (Civil) - 01
2. Junior Engineer (Civil) - 04

Eligibility Criteria for TCIL Senior Engineer (SE) Junior Engineer (JE) Jobs 2017
Educational Qualification:
1. Senior Engineer (Civil) - B.E./B.Tech in Civil Engineering (Full time regular) from a recognized Institute/ University
2. Junior Engineer (Civil) - Diploma in Civil Engineering (Full time regular) from a recognized Institute/ University
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Age Limit: (As on 01.07.2017)
Candidate’s Age Limit Should not exceed (For Senior Engineer (Civil) - 35 Years), (For Post Junior Engineer (Civil) -30 year). The Upper age limit is relaxed by 5 years for SC/ST; 3 years for OBC, 10 Years for Persons with Disabilities (15 years for SC/ST PWD’s & 13 years for OBC PWD’s) and for Ex-S as per Govt. of India rules. Candidates Relaxation in Upper Age limit will be provided as per Govt. Rules. Go through TCIL official Notification 2017 for more reference

Pay Scale:
1. Senior Engineer (Civil) - Rs. 35,000 PM Consolidated.
2. Junior Engineer (Civil) - Rs. 15,000 PM Consolidated.

Selection Procedure: Interview

How to apply for TCIL Senior Engineer (SE) Junior Engineer (JE) Recruitment 2017:  
Eligible Candidates advised to Download and read TCIL Jobnotification to get aware of recruitment schedule and venue from official website www.tcil-india.com. Candidate must reach advertised venue (Address & Walk in Date Mentioned in Official Notification) with all original document and Xerox copies, filled in application form (if required)

Walk in Venue:
TCIL Bhawan, Greater Kailash -1, New Delhi - 110048
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Important Dates for TCIL Senior Engineer (SE) Junior Engineer (JE) Recruitment 2017: 
Date of Walk in Interview: 13.07.2017 at 10:00 AM

TCIL Senior Engineer (SE) Junior Engineer (JE) Notification & Application Form Link:  
TCIL Official Notification PDF: Click Here to Download
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          Option Block 615: AMZN, GOOGL, SBUX Earnings, Plus Epic Strategy Block   

Trading Block with very special guest co-host: Henry Schwartz, Trade Alert

Earnings today after the bell:

  • Alphabet/GOOGL - $889, ATM Straddle - $29, approx. 3.2%
  • Amazon - $921.50, ATM Straddle - $37.50, approx. 4%
  • Intel - $37.25, ATM Straddle - $1.20, approx. 3.2%
  • Starbucks - $61.75, ATM Straddle - $2.40, approx. 4%

Odd Block: Calls trade in Applied Optoelectronics Inc. (AAOI), calls trade in Nabors Industries Ltd (NBR), and calls trade in Yandex NV (YNDX)

Strategy Block: Uncle Mike Tosaw discusses the six factors of option pricing.

Around the Block/Question of the Week:

Earnings Season is upon us. Big names are reporting soon. Which is your pick for the largest % move post-earnings?

  • $AMZN, 36%
  • $GOOGL, 26%
  • $CMG, 30%
  • $MSFT, 8%

Earnings this week: 3M, ATT, Chipotle, JetBlue, Xerox, Boeing, PepsiCo, Nasdaq, Google, Amazon, Ford, Intel, Southwest, Starbucks, Exxon, General Motors.


          Option Block 518: Earnings Preview: AAPL, AMZN, FB and More   

Trading Block: Stocks drop ahead of earnings onslaught. Traders may just be forced to unwind all those VIX bets.

  • Earnings today before the bell: Xerox, Haliburton
  • Earnings today after the bell: The Container Store
  • AAPL - ATM straddle: $4.90, approx. 4.6%
  • FB - ATM straddle: $8, approx. 7.2%
  • AMZN - ATM straddle: $49.50, approx. 7.9%

Odd Block: Calls trade in Health Care SPDR (XLV), calls trade in BankRate Inc. (RATE), and calls trade in Dollar Tree Inc (DTLR)

Strategy Block: Uncle Mike Tosaw discusses dollar cost averaging.

Around the Block: Earnings!

  • Tuesday - Apple, Fiat Chrysler, 3M Company, Ally Financial, Buffalo Wild Wings, Canon, Chipolte Mexican Grill, ebay, Eli Lilly & Co, Hershey Company, JetBlue, Office Depot, Panera, Procter & Gamble, Spirit Air, Whirlpool
  • Wednesday - Facebook, Boeing, Hilton, Nasdaq, Six Flags, Speedway Motorsports,
  • Thursday - Amazon (after bell), Ford Motor Company (before bell), CME (before bell), Coca-Cola (before bell)
  • Also, the Fed breaks from its two-day policy meeting Wednesday at 2 p.m. ET and investors around the globe will be watching to see what the U.S. central bank says about the timing of its next interest rate.

          Option Block 494: Bulls Pile into Crude Oil ETF   

Trading Block: Earnings today before the bell

  • Hess Corp.
  • ConocoPhillips fell at least 6.1 percent.
  • Banks retraced their best rally in more than a month Friday, with Bank of America Corp. down 3.1 percent.
  • McDonalds Corp. gained after the fast-food giant earnings beat analysts forecasts as all-day breakfast helped fuel U.S. sales.

The Fed begins a two-day meeting tomorrow. The probability of a rate increase this week has stayed low after the December liftoff, and chances of a March boost have fallen to one-in-four from even odds at the start of the year.

Odd Block: Calls trade in Consumer Discretionary SPDR (XLY), and calls and puts trade in Patterson-UTI Energy, Inc. (PTEN)

Mail Block: Listener questions and comments

  • Question from Sean - What is the characteristic for trading options when the price nears even strike levels?

Around the Block: Earnings!

  • Tuesday - Apple Inc., AT&T, Procter & Gamble
  • Wednesday - Facebook
  • Thursday - Amazon, Electronic Arts, Ford Motor Company, Microsoft, Alibaba Group Holdings, Xerox Corporation
  • Friday - Google

          Option Block 473: Behold the Power of Deo   

Option Block 473: Behold the Power of Deo

Trading Block: What is happening right now? Earnings! Before the bell today: Xerox Corporation. Wall Streets next test: Profits, data, and the Fed. The S&P 500 rallied 2.1% last week - its fourth consecutive week of gains. Once again, Apple is expected to fuel earnings. Gold rally brings out options bulls.

Odd Block: Calls and puts trade in Diageo PLC (DEO), calls trade in the Coca-Cola Co. (KO), and calls trade in Mens Wearhouse Inc. (MW).

Strategy Block: St. Charles awakens, andTosaw discusses his latest trading strategies.

Mail Block: Listener questions and comments

  • Question from Veg - I do not know much about options - apologize for my noobness. In August, during the mini crash, were traders selling premium in the equity options? If so, how does that work? Is the spread wide?

Around the Block: What are we watching? Earnings! This week will be one of the busiest of the third-quarter earnings reporting season. Tuesday - Alibaba (before bell), Apple (after bell), Gilead Sciences (after bell), Jet Blue (before bell).


          Option Block 460: The Creepy VIX   

Trading Block: Dow off about 100 points in choppy trade, tries to stay out of correction. Goldman Sachs thinks this volatility index should be much lower:  The VIX is trading like the U.S. is in a recession. If the options market is right, China stock rescue is doomed.

 

Odd Block: Calls trade in UltraShort Euro ProShares (EUO), calls trade in Xerox Corp. (XRX), and calls trade in Arch Coal Inc. (ACI).

Strategy Block: Tosaw gives us an update of the things he has been doing, and why he has been doing them.

Around the Block: Earnings highlights of this week:

  • Tuesday - Ambarella, Dollar Tree, H&R Block
  • Thursday - Ciena, Medtronic

          Option Block 450: Earnings Madness Continues   

Trading Block: Earnings!

  • MSFT: $47.28 on earnings. Straddle: $2.40 / 5%. Opens down approx. $2. Microsoft lost 3.7 percent after posting its largest-ever quarterly loss.
  • AAPL: Closed near $131 on earnings. Straddle: $6.15 / approx. 4.7%. Opened $122 - down $8.75. Apple fell 4.2 percent after iPhone sales and revenue forecast missed estimates.
  • Nasdaq retreats amid tech selloff after Apple, Microsoft results
  • Odd Block: Calls trade in Chevron Corp. (CVX), calls trade in Direxion Daily Financial Bear 3X ETF (FAZ), and calls and puts trade in Patterson-UTI Energy, Inc (PTEN)

Mail Block: Listener questions and comments

  • Question from Sam A, Houston, TX - Is it a good idea to sell credit spreads in leveraged ETFs to benefit from the con tango?
  • Question from 999 - How do you spec on the market falling out of bed using options?

 

Around the Block: Earnings: Apple earnings not the only huge story this week. Watch GM, Boeing, Coke, Amazon, Microsoft & others. Friday: Johnson Controls, Xerox


          Option Block 426: Hedging Crude Oil Is Not Rocket Science   

Option Block 426: Hedging Crude Oil Is Not Rocket Science

Trading Block: NASDAQ composite rises above March 2000 record close. Roots of 'flash crash' go back further than you thought at CME. Oil jumps 3 percent, hits 2015 high on Yemen, supply concern. Earnings today include (before the bell): GM, Procter and Gamble, Caterpillar, Dow Chemical, Southwest Airlines, Dunkin Brand Groups; and (after the bell): Google, Microsoft, Starbucks, Amazon, Capital One, E-Trade Financial, Pandora.

 

Odd Block: Giant put buyer in The CBOE Volatility Index (VIX), and calls trade in iShares MSCI Taiwan Index (EWT)

Mail Block: Listener questions and comments

  • Question from Vegan - What oil products do airlines use to hedge their crude exposure?
  • Question from Nick - I have heard markets spend 30% of time trending and 70% of time bracketing. Can I use options to trade both of those environments?
  • Question from Alan - Why is rolling a position so prominent? Is that no just averaging into a losing trade?
  • Question from Evan - For Uncle Mike - I am long the Apple July 130-140 call spread. What do you think about this both for an earnings play, as well as for some longer term bullish exposure to Apple? What are some other bullish strategies you could recommend for a modest ten-point rally over the next three months?
  • Comment from Mark Brant - Great Option Block episode! I got even smarter about options again! The gift that keeps on giving: OIR. Thx! 

 

Around the Block: More earnings. Friday, April 24 - American Airlines, Xerox, Tyco International. Monday, April 27 - Apple, Inc.


          WCD Himachal Pradesh Recruitment 2017 wcd-hp.nic.in Application Form   

WCD Himachal Pradesh Recruitment 2017

Directorate Women and Child Development, Himachal Pradesh, Shimla is inviting applications from the Retirees or from General Public for the posts of Programme Manager Under State Child Protection Society (SCPS) and District Child Protection Officers (DCPUs) on purely on contract basis with society for the following posts to be filled up under the Centrally Sponsored scheme viz before the last date that is 10-07-2017.

You are requested to obtain the enclosed notification published in the two leading news papers, both in Hindi. The expenditure incurred on the publication of above advertisement will be borne by the HP State Child Protection Society. Please send bills in duplicate for payment to the HP State Child Protection Society.

For more info about WCD Himachal Pradesh Recruitment like as post name, education qualification, age limit, selection process, post wise pay band, how to apply, postal address, important dates etc are given below.

www.wcd-hp.nic.in Jobs Application Form

Post Name ->> 
Programme Manager Under State Child Protection Society (SCPS)
District Child Protection Officers (DCPUs)

Education Qualification ->> 
Master Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Child Development, Education, Sociology, Law, Criminology with relevant working experience.
Ability to work to MS Office and good knowledge of computer with Knowledge of customs and dialects of Himachal Pradesh.

Age Limit ->>
Minimum 62 & maximum age is 65 years.

Pay Band ->>
Programme Manager Under State Child Protection Society (SCPS) ->> Rs. 35, 000/-per month
District Child Protection Officers (DCPUs) ->> Rs. 33, 250/-per month

Selection Process ->> Selection of the candidates will be done on the basis of their performance in test and/ or interview.

Important Date ->>
Last date to apply ->> 10-07-2017

How to Apply ->> Interested applicants who are going to apply for WCD Himachal Pradesh Recruitment they need to download application form through official website of Himachal Pradesh State Child Protection Society that is www.himachal.nic.in & send it along with Xerox of all the documents and certificates at given below postal address before 10-07-2017.

Postal Address ->>
“In the office Of Himachal Pradesh State Child Protection Society,
Directorate of Women and Child Development , Cedar Home,
Brentwood Estate ,Near Hotel Himland ,Shimla - 171 001”



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          Arunachal Pradesh PSC Recruitment 2017 appsc.gov.in Application Form   

Arunachal Pradesh PSC Recruitment 2017

Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission is inviting applications from Citizens of India for the post of junior specialist doctors, under the department of health & Family Walfare, government of Arunachal Pradesh in the following disciplines in the lavel-11 Rs. 67700-202600/- of pay matrix plus no practicing allowances as admissible under rules through Advertisement No. PSC-R(A)/09/2017 on or before 31-07-2017.

All educated and eligible applicants will have to visit the official website of Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission that is www.appsc.gov.in to download application form. Finally appointed candidates will get attractive pay per month. Applicants will be recruited on the basis of their performance in viva voice/Interview. Details in favour of Arunachal Pradesh PSC Recruitment are shown for all the visitors of this web page.

For more info about Arunachal Pradesh PSC Recruitment like as post name, age limit, education qualification, selection process, pay band, how to apply, postal address, important dates etc are given below.

www.appsc.gov.in Jobs Application Form

Post Name ->> Junior Specialist Doctors

Total ->> 134 VAcancies

Educations Qualification ->> Applicants should have pass medical degree and PG degree/ diploma in relevant field.

Age Limit ->>
Maximum age is 40 years.

Pay Band ->> Selected candidates will get Rs.67700 - 202600/-.

Application Fees ->> Candidates need to pay Rs. 120/- for APST, Rs. 180/- for others in the form of DD/ IPO in favour of Secretary, Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission, Itanagar.

Selections Process ->> Selection of the candidates will be done on the basis of their performance in viva voice/ Interview.

Important Date ->>
Last date to apply ->> 31-07-2017 up to 4:00 pm

How to Apply ->> Interested applicants who are going to apply for Arunachal Pradesh PSC Recruitment they need to download application form through official website of Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission that is appsc.gov.in & send it along with all the documents at given below postal address before 31-07-2017.

Postal Address ->>
“The Secretary,
Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission”




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Arunachal Pradesh PSC Recruitment 2017

Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission (Arunachal Pradesh PSC) is inviting applications from eligiblecitizens of India for the Post of Veterinary Office before 24-07-2017.

We are telling you again under Arunachal Pradesh PSC Recruitment notification various vacancies must be filled. Applicants who wish to be a part of Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commissionmeans want to work in govt sector as Veterinary Office superb chance for them. Now your search will be finished if you are searching employments in Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission. If you want a job in this organization then do start your preparation in smart way.

Applicants can check other info about Arunachal Pradesh PSC Recruitment like as post name, no of vacancies, required qualification, age limit, remuneration in jobs, selection procedure, how to apply, important dates etc are given below.Contenders may bookmark this page using Ctrl plus D to obtain up to date information Arunachal Pradesh PSC Recruitment.

www.appsc.gov.in Application Form

Post Name ->> Veterinary Officer 

Total ->> 03 vacancies

Education Qualification ->> Bachelor Degree in Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science from a recognized university

Age Criteria ->>
Minimum age 18 years maximum age is 30 years.
Other relaxations will be provided according to the organizational norms.

Salary Details ->>Selected candidate will get good amount of salary Rs.15600-39100/- along with grade pay of Rs.5400/- from organization.

Application Fees ->> Candidates have to submit an amount of Rs. 100/- for APST, Rs. 130/- for others in the form of DD/ IPO in favour of Secretary, APPSC, Itanagar.

Selection Process ->> Selection of the candidates will be done on the basis of their performance in Written Examination and Viva/ Interview.

Important Dates ->>
Last date Apply ->> 24-07-2017 till 04:00 PM

How to Apply ->> Interested applicants who are going to apply for Arunachal Pradesh PSC Recruitment they need to download application form through official website of Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission that is www.appsc.gov.in and send attach all requisite testimonials and paste your passport sized photograph with filled application form at given below address before 24-07-2017.

Postal Address ->>
The Secretary,
Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission





Arunachal Pradesh PSC Recruitment 2017

Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission is inviting applications from eligible applicants for the posts of APSC (EG) Group A, APSC (EG) Group A, Child Development Project Officer, Assistant Director, District Food Supply Officer and Assistant Station  Superintendent on or before the last date that is 22-06-2017.

The Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission (अरुणाचल प्रदेश लोक सेवा आयोग) is a Constitutional body constituted with effect from first April nineteen eighty eight under Article-315 of the Constitution of India vide Notification OM-15/ 88 dated 29-03-1988.

For more info about Arunachal Pradesh PSC Recruitment like as post wise vacancy details, education qualification, age limit, application fee, examination centre, how to apply, important dates etc are given below.

www.appsc.gov.in Jobs Application Form

Details of Vacancies ->>
APSC (EG) Group A ->> 40 Vacancies
APSC (EG) Group A ->> 04 Vacancies
Child Development Project Officer ->> 08 Vacancies
Assistant Director ->> 01 Vacancy
District Food Supply Officer ->> 02 Vacancies
Assistant Station Superintendent ->> 02 Vacancies
Total ->> 57 Vacancies

Education Qualification ->> Applicants must have passed Graduation Degree in concerned stream with good academic record.

Age Limit ->>
Minimum 18 & maximum age is 30 years

Application Fee ->> Candidates need to pay Rs. 300/- (For General) and Rs. 250/- (For APST) as an application fee that is paid through cash mode or by challan.
No separate fee in the form of DD/ Tresaury Challan/ IPO will be accepted.

Selection Process ->> Selection of the candidates will be done on the basis of their performance in Physical Test, Medical Standards and Written Test.

Examination Centre ->>
Arunachal Pradesh PSC Recruitment 2017 appsc.gov.in Application Form

Important Date ->>
Last date to apply ->> 22-06-2017

How to Apply ->> Interested applicants who are going to apply for Arunachal Pradesh PSC Recruitment they need to download application form through official website of Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission that is appsc.gov.in & send it along with Xerox of all documents at given below postal address before 22-06-2017.

Postal Address ->>
“To
Deputy Secretary,
Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission-Deputy Secretary,
Itanagar – 791 111”



Arunachal Pradesh PSC Recruitment 2017

Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission is inviting applications from eligible applicants for the Posts of Extension Officer and Economic Investigator through no. PSC-R(A)/08/2016 before 09-05-2017.

Appliers who wish to do job in Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission must have proper qualities therefore that they can make their way to obtain employment. Apart from educational qualification appliers must also have better communication skills which will help them a lot in getting job in this organization.

Applicants can check important info about Arunachal Pradesh PSC Recruitment like as details of vacancies, eligibility,age limit, salary detail, application fee, selection process, examination, how to apply, important dates etc are given below.

www.appsc.gov.in Jobs Application Form

Details of Vacancies ->>
Extension Officer ->> 06 Vacancies
Economic Investigator ->> 03 Vacancies
Total ->> 09 Vacancies

Arunachal Pradesh PSC Recruitment 2017 appsc.gov.in Application Form

Age Limit ->> Minimum age 18 years and maximum age is 35 years.

Salary Structure ->> Rs. 9300 – 34800/- with grade pay of Rs. 4200/- per month.

Application Fee ->>
For APST contenders must need to pay Rs. 100/-
For general candidates Rs.160/- application fee
Fee will be paid through demand draft/ IPO in favour of the Secretary, Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission, Itanagar.

Method of the Examination ->>
General Knowledge ->> 100 marks
General English ->> 100 marks
Elementary Maths ->> 100 marks
Viva- Voce ->> 48 marks
Total ->> 340 marks

Selection Process->> Selection of the candidates will be done on the basis of their performance in Written Test and Interview.

Important Date ->>
Last date to apply ->> 09-05-2017

How to Apply ->> Interested applicants who are going to apply for Arunachal Pradesh PSC Recruitment they need to download application form through official website of Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission that is www.appsc.gov.in and send filled application form along with required documents at given below address before 09-05-2017.

Postal Address ->>
“To Deputy Secretary,
Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission
Itanagar”





Arunachal Pradesh PSC Recruitment 2017

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1. There are how many dimples on a regulation golf ball?

a. 224
b. 336
c. way more
d. they’re not dimples, silly

2. Oxford University is older than:

a. the Aztec Empire
b. the Ottoman Empire
c. the Byzantine Empire
d. the Holy Roman Empire

3. The process by which bread toasts is called which reaction?

a. Allan-Robinson
b. Mannich
c. Maillard
d. Perkin

4. In 2015, a limited edition silver coin with Superman on the heads side was made and is still legal tender in:

a. New Zealand
b. South Korea
c. North Korea
d. Canada

5. In Morse Code -.- means:

a. d
b. k
c. q
d. w

6. Cherophobia is aversion to

a. happiness
b. the future
c. cherries
d. beauty

7. Ethernet is a registered trademark of:

a. Microsoft
b. Xerox
c. Hewlett-Packard
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          O istorie despre zgomot si muzica   
Îşi aplecară capul încet spre şine pentru a urmări cu coada ochiului sunetele ce îi atrăseseră de pe peron pâna jos acolo, în tunel. 10 oameni care aşteptau într-o dimineaţă obosită şi calma metroul să vină s-au ridicat de pe scaunele lor, şi-au aliniat servietele, şi-au dat jos pardesiile şi le-au pus ordonat, sprijinite de curbura înaltă a scaunului. S-au dus apoi înspre marginea peronului şi s-au lăsat domol in jos. Înspre sunetul ce vine. Şi zâmbind radios s-au culcat.

În acea dimineaţă traficul cu metroul a fost dat peste cap, vă daţi seama. Miile de plângeri ale celor care au întârziat cu duiumul la birou şi sutele de comunicate ale companiilor care au semnalat publicului pierderi inestimabile cauzate de deficitul de personal au condus la noi planuri noi deziderate. "Vă daţi seama cu toţii că acum fiind aprig sesizaţi trebuie luate urgent altfel de masuri pentru a preveni astfel de nedorite incidente inoportunate" era scris în raportul capilor de metrou, xeroxat în zeci de exemplare.

Din ziua ce a urmat a năvălit în subteran o avalanşă de zgomote pentru a astupa muzica. Reclame la televizoare, vânzători ambulanţi strigînd titluri şi preţuri de ziare, poezii compuse de poeţi locali, rugăciuni şi istorii personale. Blesteme înjuraturi şi colinde. Afişe publicitare derulîndu-se foşnitoare şi scări rulante ce se mişcă-n PRAC PRAC. Şi scârnetul roţilor de metrou ca notă finală. Uşi ce se deschid şi îngramadeală generală.

De atunci călătorii au început să meargă andante allegro înainte cât mai repede, pe scurtături atent calculate, împingandu-se eficace unul într-altul, înjurînd batrânul ce coboară prea incet pana cade, unii protejaţi de ipod-uri, iar alţii cu bărbia îndreptată spre piept, înghiontindu-se, dînd din coate. Alert


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Într-un articol din New York Times, Under Broadway the Subway Hums Bernstein, este o poveste magic-reală despre muzică şi modurile misterioase in care poate apărea. Despre cum poţi trece cu roţile metroului peste o baladă din West Side Story dacă veţi citi articolul, veţi afla ;)

          Marketing Representative - Xerox Corporation - Hawaii   
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          Prometeu tem que cumprir!!   
Antes de mais nada: Feliz Ano Novo, gals!!Td de melhor para nós em 2010!!

E é nessa vibe de recomeço que eu faço esse post pra vocês. Deixando um pouquinho moda e beleza de lado, vamos nos concentrar na atitude. O que vocês irão ler agora é baseado num artigo da Michaela Von Schmaedel para a revista EllE de janeiro de 2006. Antes eu tirava xerox e mandava pras amigas. Agora que tenho o blog, posso compartilhar com vocês.

É o seguinte: se é pra fazer resoluções de Ano novo, vamos prometer sério então. Eis aqui um guia pro resto do ano, que me ajuda sempre que eu lembro dele (não é fácil, mas com perseverança chegaremos lá). Mantenham esse guia e muita coisa irá melhorar. Então, mulheres, vamos prometer em voz alta:

1- Esquecer aquele cafa - ihhh, mais já começa assim, nessa agressividade toda? É sim, minhas amigas, do jeito que está não dá pra ficar. Vamos parar de gostar demais de quem não gosta da gente! No melhor estilo "ele não está tão afim de você" paremos de mandar e-mail, sms, ligar sempre....esquece! Partir pra outra é o melhor recomeço!

2- Não engolir sapo - Sério meninas....temos que aprender a dizer não! Estabelecendo limites, vamos parar de nos decepcionar. As pessoas respeitam os mais intransigentes. E dica: não tenhamos uma expectativa muito elevada em relação a tudo.

3 - Investir no meu corpinho - Promessa de 10 entre 10 mulheres em todas as viradas de ano, e descumprida pelas mesmas 10. Pra começar, nada de deixar pra depois das férias ou do Carnaval....vamos nos mexer agora!Chame uma amiga pra ir com você, assim terá mais estímulo. e se puder unir o útil ao agradável, uma academia dentro de um shopping é sempre um bom motivo pra levantar mais cedo, não é não?

4- Investir na cabeça - complemento do item anterior, porque não adianta nada ser linda de doer e ser burra igual uma porta!A nossa bagagem cultural é o que a gente leva pra qualquer lugar que a gente vá. Ter curiosidade, pesquisar e descobrir novos interesses é um bom começo. Fuja da sua área de carreira, para ampliar seus horizontes e pensar de um modo novo.

5- Fugir dos homens errados - quem se envolve só com homens errados é porque na verdade não quer se envolver com homem nenhum. Então, você tem que decidir primeiro se está pronta pra dividir sua vida com alguém. Fazendo isso, estará cortando o mal pela raiz.

6- Guardar dinheiro- talvez o mais difícil de todos. Para se acostumar com a idéia, separe uma quantia pra poupança todo mês. No final do ano você vai ver que estará com bem mais. Ah, uma outra forma de economizar: se aquele cara insistir em pagar sua conta no restaurante, relaxe e deixe ele pagar (rsrs)!

7- Mudar de emprego- não está realizada?Parta pra outos horizontes. Nada pior do que passar o resto da vida num emprego desestimulante. isso pode até virar depressão, Deus me livre! O melhor caminho é se conectar a sua rede de contatos. Pode ir jogando um verde, que sempre volta um madurinho!

8- Parar de fumar - se com tanta informação negativa sobre essa bomba-relógio e você, mesmo assim, ainda fuma, está mais do que na hora de parar, não é mesmo?

Bom, essas são as promessas que devemos fazer pra começar 2010 com o pé direito!Espero que tenha tanta valia pra vocês, como tem pra mim! E até a próxima, meninas!
          Xerox Maui builds new shelving units for Maui Food Bank   

Xerox Maui recently showed its support of the Maui Food Bank by providing funds and labor to build new shelving units for the local nonprofit. Close to a dozen Xerox Maui employees and their family members gave up a recent Saturday afternoon to build the much needed shelves. Xerox Maui also donated $2,000 to purchase materials for […]

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          Ultimate coder challenge blog #1   
Intel has invited me to participate in their Ultimate code challenge, so for the next 7 weeks i will be working on supporting some cool new tech and blog about it on intels developer site. For people not reading it, I will repost everything here too. Your PC is an amazing peace of kit, it’s amazing because no other computing platform is as versatile and no other platform is so open for innovation. You can buy hardware for it from thousands of vendors, you can hook it up to just about any display or input device and you can make it do just about anything. While maybe no longer being the latest buzzword, the combination of screen, mouse and keyboard, is still the best way to be productive, get a headshot or to create the next software wonder. Whatever cool mobile app or console game you think is the hot stuff, it was conceived on a PC. If we could only choose one computing platform it would have be the PC, for the simple fact that no other platform could exist without the PC. But all is not well in the PC world. If it was, then how is it that my Amiga 1200 was able to boot from power on to desktop in less than 2 seconds when it takes the better part of a minute to do so on my i7 Machine with a 500meg+ a second SSD? How is it that when I type in text in to a modern word processor it sometimes lags behind when it didn't on the Commodore 64? How is it that it takes a minute to search for a file on my PC hard drive when Google can search the entire internet in a fraction of a second? How is it that Facebook remembers every click I make, but my own computer can’t remember where I left off the movie I was watching last night? While Intel and others have done an amazing job shrinking down processor wiring down to the thickness of a few atoms and making processors able to do billions of operations per second, we as software developers haven't really done our part making the software. While the tablet or phone operating systems have yet to become platforms where I can get proper work done, or do complex tasks like say having two browser windows open on the same screen, I think the PC needs more attention. It should not be seen as technology of the past but as a starting point for where we want to go. What we really want is to have the openness and flexibility of the PC everywhere. Our phones, tablets, laptops, workstations, TVs, even walls should all be PCs so that we can freely move software, files and tasks from one to the other and never let the hardware form factor dictate what software we can run on the device. What we should have is software that transcends the physical hardware. The interfaces we have on the PCs aren’t really adapted well to work on a wide variety of devices. While we want to keep the open nature of PC hardware, we need to change our software design so that the desktop of the future would no longer be familiar to someone using a Xerox Alto in 1973. We need a new paradigm for the PC. My goal with this challenge is to show what the PC could be, how we can develop software that can run well on a range of different hardware setups, from screen resolutions to input devices. Intel has provided me with some great new hardware, and I intend to show just how great PC software can be for these devises, if we only spent the time to develop it rather than just focusing on closed platforms. There are many things to improve but with only 7 weeks I will focus on building a framework for graphical interfaces. I will apply this work on at least 3 different applications. A game, a data visualizer and creative tool. I will be writing an open source software layer that makes it easy for any developers to make use of the diverse hardware available to us, and makes it possible for hardware vendors to experiment with new hardware configurations, without forcing us as developers to rewrite our applications in order to take advantage of them. If we are going to consider how to write applications that are independent of hardware, we first need to consider the types of usage scenarios and pros and cons of different input devices and how they should be supported. If we are going to write applications that can run on almost any form factor with any kind of input device, we need to think about the limitations and opportunities it creates. To begin we should probably assume that the device has some kind of pointing input device, so we want to create an API that unifies the concept of pointing, disregarding if its multi-touch, a mouse, a Wii remote style device or (god forbid) a track pad. If we are stuck with a non-pointing input device like a joy pad, we need to figure out a way to make applications useful anyway. We should also figure out a way to support an "escape" with every interface. This could be something like the windows key, or the iOS home button, something that can always be accessed to connect with the operating system. We also want to support very wide range of display sizes and resolutions. All the way from your phone to large displays that may cover and entire wall. Large enough displays means that we want multiuser support too. That creates some interesting challenges since we can no longer assume that two multi touch events are triggered by the same person trying to accomplish the same task. We also must consider that the user many not be able to reach all parts of the screen, so we can’t have any static menus or buttons, like a start menu, taskbar, dock or Apple menu. We will need to solve most of these things with popup menus. We should obviously support a keyboard, but we should also provide some kind of pointing based fall back for typing. To display our interface we should not assume that the pixel resolution in anyway corresponds to the size of the interface. All interface elements should therefore be vectorized and scalable. We also want to support an interface that takes in to account the users view angle, this means the interface must be 3D. If we build a 3D interface we can easily support stereoscopic displays, head tracking, head mounted displays or augmented reality applications. This first week I will dedicate to building an API that will be able to provide application developers with all these things and also let hardware vendors make drivers for it. Next week I will talk about how I go about doing this. It’s going to be a fun ride! Cheers E
          The early days of Ethernet   
In light of yesterday's post, here's a short look at the early days of Ethernet. Nowadays, we take Ethernet for granted. We plug a cable jack into the wall or a switch and we get the network. What's to think about? It didn't start that way. In the 1960s and 1970s, networks were ad hoc hodgepodges of technologies with little rhyme and less reason. But then Robert "Bob" Metcalfe was asked to create a local-area network (LAN) for Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center (PARC). His creation, Ethernet, changed everything. On a related note, in one of the recent Xerox Alto restoration videos, two of the people who worked on the invention of Ethernet, Dave Boggs and Ron Crane, helped out fixing the Alto Ethernet card - carrying some very old-fashioned Ethernet equipment and telling some great stories from the early '70s. Sadly, Ron Crane passed away 19 June.
          Marketing Representative - Xerox Corporation - Hawaii   
Position services the Kona Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii. Candidate must reside on Island of Hawaii....
From Xerox Corporation - Thu, 18 May 2017 20:06:22 GMT - View all Hawaii jobs
          علت نام گذاری شرکت های بزرگ کامپیوتری   
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Apple

میوه مورد علاقه استیو جابز مؤسس و بنیانگذار شرکت اپل، سیب بود و بنابراین اسم شرکتش را نیز اپل (به معنی سیب ) گذاشت.

 

بقیه در ادامه مطلب ...

 

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Adobe

اسم رودخانه ای که از پشت منزل مؤسس آن، جان وارناک، عبور می‌کند.


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Google

گوگل در ریاضی نام عدد بزرگی است که تشکیل شده است از عدد یک با صد تا صفر جلوی آن. مؤسسین سایت و موتور جستجوی گوگل به شوخی ادعا می‌کنند که این موتور جستجو می‌تواند این تعداد اطلاعات (یعنی یک گوگل اطلاعات ) را مورد پردازش قرار دهد



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Cisco

مخفف شده کلمه سان فرانسیسکو است که یکی از بزرگترین شهرهای امریکا است



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HP

این شرکت معظم توسط دو نفر بنام های بیل هیولت و دیو پاکارد تأسیس شد. این دو نفر برای اینکه شرکت هیولد پاکارد یا پاکارد هیولت نامیده شود مجبور به استفاده از روش قدیمی شیر یا خط شدند و نتیجه هیولد پاکارد از آب در آمد



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Hotmail

این سایت یکی از سرویس دهندگان پست الکترونیکی به وسیله صفحات وب است. هنگامی که مدیر پروژه برنامه می خواست نامی برای این سایت انتخاب کند علاقه‌مند بود تا نام انتخاب شده اولاً مانند سایر سرویس دهندگان پست الکترونیک به کلمه mail ختم شده و دوماً برروی وبی بودن آن نیز تأکید شود Html بنابراین این نام را انتخاب کرد



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Microsoft

MICROcomputer SOFTwaree

نام شرکت ابتدا به صورت بالا نوشته می‌شد ولی به مرور زمان به صورت فعلی در آمد.که مخفف است. دلیل نامگذاری شرکت به این اسم نیز آن است که بیل گیتس مؤسس شرکت آن را با هدف نوشتن و توسعه نرم افزارهای میکروکامپیوتر ها تأسیس کرد


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Intel

INTergrated Electronicss

از آنجایی که این شرکت از بدو تأسیس با تأکید روی ساخت مدارات مجتمع ایجاد شد نام آن را یا به طور مختصر INTEL نهادند



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Oracle

مؤسس شرکت اوراکل یعنی لری الیسون و باب اوتس قبل از تأسیس شرکت روی پروژه‌ای برای CIAA کار می‌کردند . این پروژه که اوراکل نام داشت بنا بود تا با داشتن مقادیر زیادی اطلاعات بتواند جواب تمام سؤال‌های پرسیده شده توسط اپراتور را با مراجعه به مخزن اطلاعات بدهد. اوراکل در اساطیر یونانی الهه الهام است. این دو نفر پس از پایان این پروژه شرکتی تأسیس کرده و آن را به همین اسم نامگذاری کردند



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Motorola

شرکت موتورولا با هدف درست کردن بی سیم و رادیوی اتومبیل کار خود را آغاز کرد. از آنجاییکه مشهورترین سازنده بی سیم و رادیو های اتومبیل در آن زمان شرکت victoria بود مؤسس این شرکت یعنی آقای پال کالوین نیز اسم شرکتش را موتورولا گذاشت تا علاوه بر داشتن مشابهت اسمی کلمه موتور نیز به نوعی در اسم شرکتش وجود داشته باشد.


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Sony

از کلمه لاتینSonus

به معنای صدا مشتق شده است



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Red Hat

مؤسس شرکت آقای مارک اوینگ در دوران جوانی از پدربزرگش کلاهی با نوارهای قرمز و سفید دریافت کرده بود ولی در دوران دانشگاه آن را گم کرد . زمانی که اولین نسخة این سیستم عامل آماده شد مارک اوینگ آن را همراه با راهنمای کاربری نرم افزار در اختیار دوستان و هم دانشگاهیش قرار دارد. اولین جمله این راهنمای کاربری، درخواست برای تحویل کلاه قرمز گم شده بود


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Xerox

کلمه Xer در زبان یونانی به معنای خشک است و این برای تکنولوژی کپی کردن خشک در زمانی که اکترا کپی کردن به روشهای فتوشیمیایی انجام می‌گرفت فوق العاده حائز اهمیت بود



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SUN

Standford Univercity Network

این شرکت معظم توسط چهار تن از فارغ التحصیلان دانشگاه استانفورد تأسیس شد. ومخفف عبارت بالا می‌باشد



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Yahoo

این کلمه برای اولین بار در کتاب سفرهای گالیور مورد استفاده قرار گرفته و به معنی شخصی است که دارای ظاهر و رفتاری زننده است . مؤسسین سایت جری یانگ و دیوید فیلو نام سایتشان را Yahoo گذاشتند چون فکر می کردند خودشان هم این طوری هستند


          PANGKAS KONSUMSI ENERGI MELALUI KOMPUTER DAN PONSEL   
Bayangkan, Anda hampir memasuki garasi rumah setelah hari yang panjang di kantor. Tangan Anda merogoh kantong celana dan mengeluarkan ponsel cerdas Anda. Hanya dengan dua kali klik, saat Anda tiba di rumah lampu teras sudah menyala. Pendingin udara telah disetel ke suhu yang tepat. Bahkan televisi telah terpasang pada stasiun favorit Anda.

Tidak, ini bukanlah film masa depan melainkan di Kanada!



Valta, sebuah perusahaan baru di Toronto kini berupaya memperoleh dukungan dari internet untuk membiayai teknologi baru mereka yaitu pengaturan penggunaan energi. Perusahaan ini menggabungkan soket listrik inovatif yang terhubung dengan kendali pusat, sebuah aplikasi iPhone, dan situs web pemantau yang menjanjikan para pemilik rumah bakak dapat mengendalikan peralatan rumah tangga yang memboroskan listrik dengan beberapa klik saja.

Alat ini memiliki cip mikro di dalamnya yang dapat mendeteksi saat sebuah peralatan di rumah tidak aktif. Cip ini akan mengirimkan SMS ke ponsel Anda, sehingga Anda dapat mematikan soket listrik tersebut!

Anda juga dapat memantau peralatan rumah tangga yang berada pada mode “siaga”. Saat berada dalam mode ini, peralatan tadi terus memakai listrik meskipun sedang tidak digunakan.

Teknologi ini memanfaatkan geofence untuk mematikan peralatan rumah tangga tersebut saat Anda meninggalkan rumah dan menyalakannya lagi saat anda pulang. Jadi Anda tak perlu khawatir meskipun lupa mengambil ponsel Anda saat kembali ke rumah.

Jika Anda adalah orang yang suka merencanakan segala sesuatu hingga mendetail, Anda dapat mengatur jadwal waktu listrik mati dan menyala pada peralatan seperti sistim hiburan, kipas angin, komputer, atau rukan (rumah kantor).

Teknologi Valta ini bahkan bisa melacak konsumsi energi sehingga Anda dapat menilai kebiasaan Anda seiring waktu. Karena kesadaran energi teramat penting! Memang, mudah untuk lupa mematikan lampu di ruangan sebelah atau membiarkan air menyala lebih lama dari yang dibutuhkan. Namun yang sulit adalah mengubah kebiasaan kita. Pelajari. Perbaiki.

Jika masyarakat tidak segera melakukan perbaikan, kita akan tinggal di planet yang rusak. Untungnya, perusahaan seperti NRGLab dan Valta mengambil sikap dan melakukan sesuatu untuk membuat perubahan.



Diterjemahkan dari Bahasa Inggris, artikel asli di publikasikan tanggal di 5.07.2014 http://nrglabjohnwish.wordpress.com/2013/07/05/cut-energy-consumption-from-your-phone/

[ Valta, membiayai teknologi baru, penggunaan energi, aplikasi iPhone, memboroskan listrik, soket listrik tersebut, konsumsi energi NRGLab ]

          The early days of Ethernet   
In light of yesterday's post, here's a short look at the early days of Ethernet. Nowadays, we take Ethernet for granted. We plug a cable jack into the wall or a switch and we get the network. What's to think about? It didn't start that way. In the 1960s and 1970s, networks were ad hoc hodgepodges of technologies with little rhyme and less reason. But then Robert "Bob" Metcalfe was asked to create a local-area network (LAN) for Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center (PARC). His creation, Ethernet, changed everything. On a related note, in one of the recent Xerox Alto restoration videos, two of the people who worked on the invention of Ethernet, Dave Boggs and Ron Crane, helped out fixing the Alto Ethernet card - carrying some very old-fashioned Ethernet equipment and telling some great stories from the early '70s. Sadly, Ron Crane passed away 19 June.
          Software QA Lead - EFI - Silicon Valley, CA   
Someone who has worked with Xerox, Canon, Konica, Ricoh or printing industry. WE are Self-starters , WE are Passionate , WE are Relationship builders , WE are...
From EFI - Sat, 17 Jun 2017 00:30:41 GMT - View all Silicon Valley, CA jobs
          Software Quality Assurance Supervisor - Fiery - EFI - Silicon Valley, CA   
Someone who has worked with Xerox, Canon, Konica, Ricoh or printing industry. WE are Self-starters , WE are Passionate , WE are Relationship builders , WE are...
From EFI - Mon, 05 Jun 2017 09:24:09 GMT - View all Silicon Valley, CA jobs
          The whistleblower who revealed accounting irregularities at Fuji Xerox   
It all started with an email from somebody called "Tony Night".
          danismm: Workstation, Xerox Alto 1973    


danismm:

Workstation, Xerox Alto 1973


          Comment on How Can Managers Encourage Innovation In An Organization? by How Can Managers Encourage Innovation In An Org...   
[…] These two quotes (the first by Ajay Banga, the CEO of MasterCard, and the second by Sophie Vandebroek, chief technology officer of Xerox Innovation Group) reflect how important innovation is to organizations.  […]
          Marketing Representative - Xerox Corporation - Hawaii   
Position services the Kona Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii. Candidate must reside on Island of Hawaii....
From Xerox Corporation - Thu, 18 May 2017 20:06:22 GMT - View all Hawaii jobs
          Klaus Thiessen Chosen as Economic Developer of the Year    
By ND Commerce
Klaus Thiessen, President and CEO, Grand Forks Region Economic Development Corporation (EDC) in Grand Forks, has been chosen as the 2014 Governor’s Choice for Economic Developer of the Year. The award ceremony was held in conjunction with the Economic Development Association of North Dakota’s fall meeting in Grand Forks.
 
“Klaus focuses on the fundamentals of economic development and consistently and collaboratively drives projects and initiatives,” Commerce Commissioner Al Anderson said. “Since he joined the EDC he has been setting the stage for opportunities the region is realizing today. Under his leadership, the region has maintained a focus on new wealth creation that results from primary sector growth.”
 
Since 2004, the EDC’s clients have created more than 1,700 new jobs and the average salary of these clients has increased from $31,000 to more than $51,000. These gains have been realized through the attraction and growth of companies such as Amazon.com, Avianix, Cirrus Design Corporation, JR Simplot Company, LM Wind Power, Northrup Grumman Corporation, NovaDigm Therapeutics, Philadelphia Macaroni Company, Steffes Corporation and Technology Applications Group
 
Prior to joining the Grand Forks Region EDC, Thiessen was the President and CEO of the Winnipeg Economic Development Corporation for 10 years. With over 20 years of economic development experience, Thiessen has also held positions with Touche Ross Management Consultants, Xerox, and Canon. He holds a master of public affairs degree from the University of Manitoba and B.A. from the University of Winnipeg. Thiessen's professional affiliations include: Director of International Economic Development Council in Washington D.C. and past president of the Economic Developers Association of Canada.
 
The North Dakota Department of Commerce works to improve the quality of life for North Dakota citizens by leading efforts to attract, retain and expand wealth. Commerce serves businesses and communities statewide through committed people and partners who offer valuable programs and dynamic services.
 
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          Senior Tax Analyst - Xerox Corporation - United Kingdom   
We do this for small and mid-size businesses, large enterprises, governments, graphic communications providers, and for our partners who serve them....
From Xerox Corporation - Mon, 26 Jun 2017 11:41:38 GMT - View all United Kingdom jobs
          Xerox, in Deal With Carl Icahn, to Split Company in Two   
In an agreement with Mr. Icahn, the activist investor, Xerox said it would spin off its services business by the end of the year....
          Xerox Chief Removed Ego From Decision to Split Company   
The company announced that it would split in two, but Ursula Burns has not yet grabbed any role in the new structure....
          Xerox Planning Spinoff, Under Pressure From Carl Icahn   
The company is said to have agreed to spin off its services business to its shareholders by the end of the year, separating it from the legacy hardware side....
          S.E.C. Investigates Accounting at Outsourcing Division at Xerox   
Xerox said the Securities and Exchange Commission was looking into transactions that the division, Affiliated Computer Services, made before its acquisition in 2010....
          A Look at Xerox's Big Concessions in Its A.C.S. Deal   
The company gave up some hefty concessions in a Texas lawsuit over its deal for Affiliated Computer Services. The Deal Professor examines why it may have done so....
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          Fall 2011 Workshop Assistants   
Morningside Writers Group seeks one or two P/T (preferably Harlem/Upper West Side-based) interns for administrative, workshop, website tasks and branding.

As an intern you will have hands-on experience writing proposals. We offer great opportunities for learning and experience that will give successful candidates a major advantage in their careers. In exchange, we expect the best from you.

Among the must-haves: great writing skills, an interest in literature, publishing, community outreach, outstanding organizational skills, an interactive people personality, and--most importantly--the desire to (and an understanding of what it means to) work as an integral part of a creative community.

The ideal applicant  has a minimum of 7 hours, maximum of 10, weekly to assist founder and creative director electronically (Skype,etc) and over the phone. Tasks will include research, fund-raising, grant-writing, community development, workshop scheduling, bookkeeping, Xeroxing, writing and responding to e-mail inquiries and administrative needs as they arise.

We are offering writing mentoring or editing (fiction, memoir, screenwriting, or spec fiction/sci-fi) and college credit, but there is an opportunity to earn commissions for ad sales/placement, and flat fees for successful pitches and proposals.

Please send a brief cover letter, resume, and why you'd be interested in working as an intern to MWG Assistant. A background or ongoing education in English Literature, Creative Writing, or Communications is required.
          Conference Room for Writing Workshops   
Creative Writing Workshop seeks a private conference room in Midtown West, on the Upper West Side, or in Harlem/Morningside Heights for a series of Screenwriting, Fiction, and Memoir workshops and seminars.

We are a seven year-old successful writing workshop with past and current published writers and working editors.

Offering the key holder or business owner a private, one-on-one writing for uninterrupted access to a conference room for our three-month (12-weeks) workshops throughout the year: January - March, May - July, and September-November.

Our workshops are evenings only: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. We don't want or need incoming or outgoing phone calls, Xerox, or facsimile.

We do however need a private space with access to a toilet. We're a responsible and mature group of writers looking for a new place to call home for the foreseeable future.

If interested, please respond with details about your location, and attach photos. We've a barter agreement ready for a serious offer. Please don't hesitate to contact us soon: info@morningsidewriters.com
          Reprographics Operator (Bindery) - Williams - Houston, TX   
Knowledge of EFI Digital Storefront, Fusion Pro, Fiery Software, Vidar, and Xerox scanners. Associates Degree, Vocational, or Technical certification in Graphic...
From Williams Companies - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 20:39:49 GMT - View all Houston, TX jobs
          Reprographics Operator (Bindery) - Williams - Houston, TX   
Knowledge of EFI Digital Storefront, Fusion Pro, Fiery Software, Vidar, and Xerox scanners. Associates Degree, Vocational, or Technical certification in Graphic...
From Williams Companies - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 20:39:49 GMT - View all Houston, TX jobs
          Reprographics Operator (Bindery) - Williams - Houston, TX   
Knowledge of EFI Digital Storefront, Fusion Pro, Fiery Software, Vidar, and Xerox scanners. Previous experience operating and troubleshooting Xerox, Canon, and...
From Williams Companies - Fri, 02 Jun 2017 20:39:49 GMT - View all Houston, TX jobs
          Simulation and Modeling Intern - PARC, a Xerox company - Palo Alto, CA   
PARC, a Xerox company, is in the Business of Breakthroughs®. We create new business options, accelerate time to market, augment internal capabilities, and...
From PARC, a Xerox company - Thu, 08 Jun 2017 08:28:58 GMT - View all Palo Alto, CA jobs
          Security Technologies Intern - PARC, a Xerox company - Palo Alto, CA   
PARC, a Xerox company, is in the Business of Breakthroughs®. We create new business options, accelerate time to market, augment internal capabilities, and...
From PARC, a Xerox company - Sat, 27 May 2017 08:22:35 GMT - View all Palo Alto, CA jobs
          Member of Technical staff for Printed Electronics - PARC, a Xerox company - Palo Alto, CA   
PARC, a Xerox company, is in the Business of Breakthroughs®. We create new business options, accelerate time to market, augment internal capabilities, and...
From PARC, a Xerox company - Mon, 15 May 2017 11:38:17 GMT - View all Palo Alto, CA jobs
          Senior CBM Researcher - PARC, a Xerox company - Palo Alto, CA   
PARC, a Xerox company, is in the Business of Breakthroughs®. Demonstrated business development skills. We create new business options, accelerate time to market...
From PARC, a Xerox company - Tue, 18 Apr 2017 09:26:24 GMT - View all Palo Alto, CA jobs
          Sr. Systems Security Research Scientist - PARC, a Xerox company - Palo Alto, CA   
PARC, a Xerox company, is in the Business of Breakthroughs®. We create new business options, accelerate time to market, augment internal capabilities, and...
From PARC, a Xerox company - Sat, 15 Apr 2017 09:16:16 GMT - View all Palo Alto, CA jobs
          Cyber Physical Systems Security Researcher - PARC, a Xerox company - Palo Alto, CA   
PARC, a Xerox company, is in the Business of Breakthroughs®. We create new business options, accelerate time to market, augment internal capabilities, and...
From PARC, a Xerox company - Sat, 15 Apr 2017 09:16:09 GMT - View all Palo Alto, CA jobs
          Software Developer - PARC, a Xerox company - Palo Alto, CA   
PARC, a Xerox company, is in the Business of Breakthroughs®. We create new business options, accelerate time to market, augment internal capabilities, and...
From PARC, a Xerox company - Sat, 15 Apr 2017 09:16:05 GMT - View all Palo Alto, CA jobs
          Postdoctoral Researcher in Planning and Search - PARC, a Xerox company - Palo Alto, CA   
PARC, a Xerox company, is in the Business of Breakthroughs®. We create new business options, accelerate time to market, augment internal capabilities, and...
From PARC, a Xerox company - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 08:37:11 GMT - View all Palo Alto, CA jobs
          Computer Vision R&D Scientist - PARC, a Xerox company - Palo Alto, CA   
PARC, a Xerox company, is in the Business of Breakthroughs®. Demonstrated business development skills. We create new business options, accelerate time to market...
From PARC, a Xerox company - Wed, 15 Mar 2017 08:18:28 GMT - View all Palo Alto, CA jobs
          Research Scientist, Automated Planning and Optimization - PARC, a Xerox company - Palo Alto, CA   
PARC, a Xerox company, is in the Business of Breakthroughs®. We create new business options, accelerate time to market, augment internal capabilities, and...
From PARC, a Xerox company - Sun, 12 Mar 2017 08:13:01 GMT - View all Palo Alto, CA jobs
          Deep Text Analysis Intern - PARC, a Xerox company - Palo Alto, CA   
PARC, a Xerox company, is in the Business of Breakthroughs®. We create new business options, accelerate time to market, augment internal capabilities, and...
From PARC, a Xerox company - Sat, 04 Mar 2017 08:35:54 GMT - View all Palo Alto, CA jobs
          Print Technician - Veterans Sourcing Group - Columbus, OH   
Copying/printing equipment (Xerox 800 Color Press, DocuColor 560, DocuTech 6180, Xerox 4127, Freeflow/Digipaths, Xerox Makeready application, etc.)....
From Veterans Sourcing Group - Thu, 01 Jun 2017 03:22:33 GMT - View all Columbus, OH jobs
          Mechanical Engineer (Experienced) - Xerox Corporation - Webster, NY   
Provide diagnostic support for internal and external machines. Xerox is a global business services, technology and document management company helping...
From Xerox Corporation - Wed, 17 May 2017 20:56:13 GMT - View all Webster, NY jobs
          Representative, Service Desk - Constellation Brands - Chicago, IL   
Lenovo Hardware and Xerox printer repair. Monitor internal systems for notices of outages, collaborates with the appropriate technical groups and creates...
From Constellation Brands - Tue, 27 Jun 2017 02:23:02 GMT - View all Chicago, IL jobs
          Representative, Service Desk - Constellation Brands - Canandaigua, NY   
Lenovo Hardware and Xerox printer repair. Monitor internal systems for notices of outages, collaborates with the appropriate technical groups and creates...
From Constellation Brands - Tue, 13 Jun 2017 08:11:03 GMT - View all Canandaigua, NY jobs
          DPC Services Technician - Central New Mexico Community College - Albuquerque, NM   
Knowledge of large production Xerox type copy/printing equipment. Knowledge of large production mail/meter machines for processing USPS mail.... $15.59 an hour
From Central New Mexico Community College - Tue, 27 Jun 2017 22:56:01 GMT - View all Albuquerque, NM jobs
          Parts Reclamation Technician - ComDoc - Cuyahoga Falls, OH   
Each member of our team is responsible for the growth of a ground breaking program, unique to the Xerox world....
From ComDoc - Thu, 23 Mar 2017 06:19:13 GMT - View all Cuyahoga Falls, OH jobs
          Senior Manager, Group Retirement Plans - RBC - Toronto, ON   
Manage external and internal vendor relationships, including Buck Consulting (Xerox), as part of the group business management activities....
From RBC - Fri, 30 Jun 2017 19:20:40 GMT - View all Toronto, ON jobs
          Software QA Lead - EFI - Silicon Valley, CA   
Someone who has worked with Xerox, Canon, Konica, Ricoh or printing industry. WE are Self-starters , WE are Passionate , WE are Relationship builders , WE are...
From EFI - Sat, 17 Jun 2017 00:30:41 GMT - View all Silicon Valley, CA jobs
          Software Quality Assurance Supervisor - Fiery - EFI - Silicon Valley, CA   
Someone who has worked with Xerox, Canon, Konica, Ricoh or printing industry. WE are Self-starters , WE are Passionate , WE are Relationship builders , WE are...
From EFI - Mon, 05 Jun 2017 09:24:09 GMT - View all Silicon Valley, CA jobs
          Xerox partner Harel Mallac Bureautique repositions its business, rebrands to EO Solutions   


Mauritian long-term Xerox partner Harel Mallac Bureautique has recently changed its name to EO Solut...


          Daily Dividend Report: XRX, SBUX, LMT, ADP, BHI   
This morning, Xerox (XRX) declared its quarterly dividend of 6.25 cents per share, an increase of about 8.7% over its prior dividend. Based on the current stock price, investors can expect a yield of about 2.2% going forward.
          railway job - Gayatri student care - Cuttack, Orissa   
Sal 12 k with food and accommodation + all India travels free and insurance benifits also/processing=one resume +8 passport size photos+id proof xerox... ₹12,000 a month
From Indeed - Sun, 18 Jun 2017 10:16:22 GMT - View all Cuttack, Orissa jobs
          Senior Manager, Group Retirement Plans - RBC - Toronto, ON   
Manage external and internal vendor relationships, including Buck Consulting (Xerox), as part of the group business management activities....
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          Senior Tax Analyst - Xerox Corporation - United Kingdom   
We do this for small and mid-size businesses, large enterprises, governments, graphic communications providers, and for our partners who serve them....
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          Print and Mail Supervisor - Utilitec, an Ancor Company - Troy, MI   
Experience in facilities management preferred (Ricoh Pitney Bowes, Xerox, Bell&Howell etc.). Full time Mon - Fri 2:00 PM -10:30 PM....
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          Senior Manager, Group Retirement Plans - RBC - Toronto, ON   
Manage external and internal vendor relationships, including Buck Consulting (Xerox), as part of the group business management activities....
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          Tommy Ridgley - Heavenly (Ric 993)   


Heavenly

It's funny how things happen.

Twenty Five years ago, I was in the midst of a major New Orleans period. I had read John Broven's books, and bought Jeff Hannusch's I Hear You Knockin' in a record store down there on one of my semi-annual forays into town shortly after it was published. Luckily for me, Rounder Records was undergoing the same kind of Louisiana renaissance, and I bought every record they put out. I loved the new material from folks like Irma Thomas, Walter Washington and Johnny Adams, and it was through them that I first got acquainted with the music of my friend and partner, Nathan Williams. They had hired Hannusch as a sort of A&R man and talent scout down there, and he was instrumental in making all of this happen.

It was Jeff's friendship with New Orleans R&B legend Tommy Ridgley that led him, and Rounder, to the missing Ric and Ron masters. Previously thought to have been lost forever, it was Ridgley who helped to uncover them tucked in a closet in a small town just outside of New Orleans. To Rounder's eternal credit, they appreciated what they had, and began an ambitious re-issue campaign that included 'best of' compilations on both Ric and Ron, and full LPs on the labels' biggest stars, Ridgley and Eddie Bo. I bought them all, and played them to death. I made tapes for the car, the whole deal.

Right about then I met the woman who was to become my wife... at Fenway Park in Boston (but that's a whole other story). By sheer osmosis, she couldn't help but become immersed in this incredible music I was listening to, and through it all she latched on to one song, this amazing record we have here today. She would rewind the cassette and play it over and over... years later, when my second daughter was born, she wanted to name her 'Heavenly' (although cooler heads prevailed, and she was named after my Grandmother - something I swear she holds against me to this day!). What I'm getting at here is that this B-side is one that has remained central to our life together, and never fails to bring me back to those sunny days. I had looked for the actual 45 for many years on my trips to New Orleans and elsewhere, but I never found one.

As you may know, I've recently become involved in the Cosimo Code project and, as fate would have it, so have both Broven and Hannusch, the guys who paved the way for me all those years ago. At Broven's request, Jeff was working up a page for the site about the Ric and Ron labels, and how he and Tommy Ridgley found the tapes. He had 'Xeroxed' the tape boxes back then, he said, but Katrina came and washed all of that away. All he had left was some notes he had made on the original recording dates of some of the tracks. When he sent them to me, I noticed 'Ric 993 - December 8, 1962'... unreal. On a whim, I punched 'Ric 993' into Google, and lo and behold, there was a copy available as a 'buy it now' on Ebay for ten bucks. After all these years, somehow it seemed the record had found me.

One thing led to another, and with the Summer upon us, it was taking me just short of forever to get that Ric and Ron page coded and ready for the site. In the meantime, unbeknownst to me, Jeff had been tracking down the whereabouts of those original master tapes, and through Scott Billington and Adam Taylor at Rounder he had been able to find them. Out of the blue, Jeff sent me a forwarded email from Adam that read; "Sounds like an awesome project! I'm sending you a zip of the images I scanned a few years back. When I was going through the tapes I scanned all the boxes..."


I really couldn't believe it. Not only had I miraculously stumbled across the 45, but there among the scans Jeff had sent me was the original 1962 master tape! It's stuff like this that keeps me believing that somehow it's all connected and, as Sir Lattimore used to say, "If you move forward with Faith in your Heart, anything is possible..."

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          Cartoons of 1959, Part 1   
There was still a bit of life left in theatrical cartoons in 1959, but the attention in the first half of the year was on two features—“Sleeping Beauty” and “1001 Arabian Nights” with Mr. Magoo. As for shorts, well, there were very few developments. UPA and Columbia came to a parting; Columbia had money in Hanna-Barbera, so it didn’t need an outside studio. Walter Lantz announced he was making a series directed at teenagers. “Hickory, Dickory and Doc” ended up being directed at people who liked B-list cartoons.

The main story continued to be expansion of animation on television. Stations signed up to run new made-for-TV Felix the Cat cartoons. Hanna-Barbera was expanding (“Pete and Repete” and “Arf and Arf” became the Augie Doggie series). TV Spots planned a series in addition to “Crusader Rabbit” (it never got made). Terrytoons was developing Hector Heathcote. And ABC signed a deal to put Harveytoons (né Famous Studios cartoons) on the air in a show called “Matty’s Funday Funnies.”

You can read what was in the pages of Variety, cartoon-wise, over the first half of 1959.

January 6, 1959
Walt Disney's "Sleeping Beauty" feature cartoon, originally shot in Technirama, has been converted to 70m, compatible with Todd-AO, with a special printer lens, Micro-Panatar, developed specifically for Disney by Panavision.
Adaptation of the pic makes it particularly suitable for roadshowing and was designed to make the pic more attractive to houses set up with the Todd-AO screen. Pic is now advertised as in "Technirama 70," a combination of the Technlcolor-Technirama process with Panavision's adaptation. Panavision prexy Robert Gottschalk said the printer lens was designed specifically for cartoon work and is not particularly suited to other types of pix.

Motion Picture Screen Cartoonists, Local 841, of New York, yesterday filed suit in L.A. Superior Court making $19,350.66 in action brought against C. Morie Foutz and five unidentified shareholders of Academy Pictures Inc., also a N.Y. corporation.
Coin repped unpaid wages to Local's members and welfare fund payments said to be due, according to suit, which was filed under a N.Y. law providing that stockholders of a corporation can be held personally responsible for wages and welfare fund payments if a corporation defaults on such payments. No reason was given for the filing here.
Complaint stated that Aug. 6, 1958, the corporation's assets were assigned to the N.Y. Credit Men's Adjustment Bureau for distribution to creditors. Since combined assets of corporation weren't enough to pay all of its obligations, union therefore was proceeding against stockholders, according to the suit.

January 7, 1959
Sherman A. Todd has been elected prexy of IATSE Film Editors Local 776 for a two-year term.
Others named to the board were: ... Cartoon editor: Treg Brown (one year).

Screen Gems yesterday gave the go-ahead to Hanna & Barbera Productions for full production on "Pete and Repete," new half-hour cartoon series to be launched next fall. H&B are already in production on two other cartoon series for Screen Gems, "Quick Draw McGraw" and "Snooper and Blabbermouse." H&B are searching for offbeat voice characterizations for "Pete," a father and son format. Besides new entries, H&B are continuing with production of their current "Ruff and Reddy" and "Huckleberry Hound" stanzas.

January 8, 1959
Walt Disney Productions and its domestic subsidiaries skyrocketed to an all-time high in returns for the fiscal year ended Sept. 27, 1968, outdistancing the previous year's record net profit by 5.9% and record gross income by 86%.
Company for the 1957-58 period hit a net profit of $3,866,478, equivalent to $2.51 per share on, 1,587,064 shares of common stock outstanding, proxy Roy O. Disney told stockholders in his annual report.
This compared with $8,649,859, or $2.44 per share on 1,484,041 shares outstanding for year ended Sept. 29, 1957.
An increase of $12,799,020 in total gross income was registered by firm's operations, boosting the previous year's take of $85,778,242 to $48,577,262 for 1957-58. Provision for Federal income taxes for the 1958 fiscal year amounted to $3,925,000, as against $3,850,000 for 1957. ...
In expressing full confidence for the 1958-59 period, board chairman Walt Disney Informed stockholders that company would produce six features during the coming year. These include one animation film, "101 Dalmatians."

January 14, 1959
Four Star Films and UPA Pictures have entered into a reciprocal agreement for a combining of their studio forces. Under the arrangement all future animation coming to either will be made by UPA and all live action sequences done by Four Star.
Dick Powell, prexy of Four Star, and UPA head, Stephen Bosustow, who negotiated the deal, said that it is in no sense a merger but a combination of studio crafts. Each company retains its respective identities and work will be done at their individual studios.
Herb Klynn, veepee of UPA's commercial department, and Walter Bien, also a 4 Star's commercial topper, leave next week for the east to appoint sales reps of the joint companies. UPA has been making commercial cartoons since 1948 and 4 Star was formed in 1950, and recently expanded its operation to include commercials.

WWJ-TV adds "Bozo the Clown" color cartoon series Monday through Saturday at 9:30 a. m.

January 16, 1959
Sleeping Beauty
(Cartoon; Technicolor; Technirama 70; Songs)
PREVIEWED at the Carthay Circle Theatre Jan. 15, 1959. Running Time: 75 mins.
Walt Disney has done it again with his new feature cartoon, "Sleeping Beauty." Despite the huge cost of the simple and fairly short film, in Technicolor and Technirama 70, the boxoffice will undoubtedly recompense. With the picture set for roadshowing, the returns will be over a long haul, but "Sleeping Beauty" will be as much of a sturdy perennial as "Snow White" and some of the other Disney cartoon classics.
The ingredients are familiar, only the mixture is different. There is a handsome prince and a beautiful princess. There is a witch who supplies horror and three good fairies who supply comedy. It is the usual Disney combination of Grand Guignol and Punch-and-Judy, with good triumphant and evil vanquished on the final fade-out.
"Sleeping Beauty," adapted by Erdman Penner from the Charles Perrault version of the fairy tale, is no surprise in its familiar outlines. It's the story of the Princess Aurora, who is put under a spell at birth by the bad fairy, Maleficent. She is to prick her finger on a spinning wheel and die before she grows up. But the good fairies, Flora, Fauna and Merryweather, are able to amend the curse. The princess shall not die, but shall fall into a deep sleep. She shall be awakened by her true love, Prince Philip (latter a character name that is likely to cause some confusion in the British Commonwealth).
Adults must suspend sophistication to enjoy a story such as this, but the effort is worth it, and the production gives them every assistance. Children, even those reared on the redmeat diet of television, will be enthralled. Just when it seems to get too airy-fairy, Disney gives the picture a shot of full-blown horror through Maleficent and her hideous cohorts and cronies.
Mary Costa's rich and express voice for the title character gives substance and strength to that character. It is a stronger yoke than Disney ordinarily uses, and its choice was wise. The music is an adaptation bv George Brims of Tchaikovsky's "Sleeping Beauty Ballet," and it is music — where adapted for song — that requires something more than just a pleasant voice. One number in particular, which Miss Costa introduces, is called "Once Upon A Dream," with music from the enchanting Tchaikovsky waltz, and is the best from the score. Bill Shirley, as the prince, also contributes some good singing. His cartoon character is considerably more masculine than these Disney heroes usually are, and Shirley's voice matches the visual concept.
Some of the most delightful parts of the picture are those dealing with the three good fairies, spoken and sung by Verna Felton, Barbara Jo Allen and Barbara Luddy. Their animation as sprites on the wing are the best conception yet of how these supernatural creatures actually get around. Something like slightly oversize fireflies. Others who contribute speaking or singing voices, or both, are Taylor Holmes, Eleanor Audley and Bill Thompson, all excellent.
The current process used to show “Sleeping Beauty” is the biggest Disney has ever used. The picture was shot in Technicolor and Technirama, and then, when completed, printed for 70m on snecial printer lenses developed for Disney by Panavision. It is suitable for adaptation to 35m CinemaScope and may eventually be shown in that process. The larger areas, and their greater depth and definition, are brilliantly utilized to extend the animation magic and raszledassle. Disney gives generous credit to more than 70 of the contributors on "Sleeping Beauty" In the screen credits. Clyde Geronimi was supervising director, and Eric Larson, Wolfgang Reitherman and Les Clark, the sequence directors. It is an individual credit to all involved, that they have combined to make "Sleeping Beauty" seem all of a piece.
Shown with "Sleeping Beauty," which runs only an hour and a quarter, was one of Disney's nature featurettes, "Grand Canyon." It will be programmed with the feature on its road show. Set to Ferde Grofe"s "Grand Canyon Suite," and shot in Technicolor and CinemaScope, the 28-minute film is a fine color story of the great natural phenomenon. It has the familiar Disney whimsy with animals and the equally trademarked Disney accents of terror in nature. There is no dialog and there are no humans in the film, and no narration behind it. Its few incidents are visually explanatory. The final sequence, literally an eagle’s-eye view of the Canyon at sunset, is magnificent. Ernest A. Heiniger photographed the film and James Algar directed. Powr.

January 19, 1959
"Bozo, the Clown" starts on KTLA today, the half-hour show running 5:30 to 6 p.m. as a five-a-day strip both cartoon and live. Vance Colvig, "Bozo," will intro the Larry Harmon Productions cartoons and do the commercials. Harmon is also exec producers the program.

January 21, 1959
Capitol Records will etch an album, "Rhapsody in Steel," the soundtrack of the U.S. Steel documentary film of the same name, for which an original score is being penned by Dimitri Tiomkin. The 110-piece Pittsburgh Symphony, with William Steinberg as conductor, will play the new "Rhapsody" Feb. 15-20 for the film and the Cap label.
The 26-minute Cinemascope film is being released theatrically in April, given theatres cuffo by U.S. Steel which picks up the tab for production. John Sutherland studios is handling the cartoon, with artist Ivan de Earil assigned to it. Documentary relates the history of steel throughout the ages. Tiomkin's bio, "Don't Hate Me," written with Prosper Buranelli, will be published by Doubleday next year.

Walt Disney's new cartoon feature "Sleeping Beauty" and his touring "Art of Animation" exhibit, part of which is devoted to the film, will be here at the same time. Balaban & Katz hopes to get some bally mileage out of this coincidence when "Beauty" bows at the State-Lake Feb. 12.
The exhibit opens Jan.. 24 at the Museum of Science and Industry, and runs to Feb. 15.

Margaret Hamilton commuting between Broadway in "Goldilocks" and CBS Radio's "Couple Next Door." She's also the voice behind Tip Top lady in bread cartoon tv commercials.

January 27, 1959
New York, Jan. 26.—Suit charging Walt Disney with intentional injury, libel and unfair competition in his depiction of the preparation of the song, "Who's Afraid Of the Big Bad Wolf?" was dismissed today in New York Federal Court.
Plaintiff was Ann Ronell, who claimed to be one of the writers of song, who added she wasn't so identified in an Ed Sullivan television program showing how the tune came to be for the Disney cartoon, “Three Little Pigs.” The scene from the Sullivan show was repeated on the Disneyland tv’er and this similarly neglected her, said Miss Ronell.
Judge John W. Clancy ruled Miss Ronell had no right to the credit line. He decided she simply was engaged by a music publisher to develop the song, as it was presented in a cartoon, into a piece saleable to the public, and her only change in the original chorus was the addition of syllables "tra la la la."

First animated series for television in which individual episodes will be a full half-hour in length has been kicked off by TV Spots. Series, tentatively titled "Sir Loin and the Dragon," will maintain the cartoonery's record production pace in which 2,000 feet of animation is being turned out per week, according to Bob Ganon, outfit's veepee and general manager.
Company is currently winding production of 260 "Crusader Rabbit" episodes for tv. Record pace involved in producing "Rabbit" has skyrocketed the outfit into third largest spot among cartoon filmeries, and footage turned out for that series is equivalent, on a sustained basis, to 10 full-length animated features, Ganon declared.

Short subjects [Oscar] nominees — five cartoons and five live action — will be announced Feb. 12 and screened Feb. 22 at Academy Awards Theatre when all members of the Academy vote the Oscar winners after viewing films.

January 28, 1959
A record production year for cartoons has been set by Hanna and Barbera Productions for the coming year, with 197 cartoons to be made for tv during 1959. This includes segments of "Ruff and Reddy," "Huckleberry Hound," "Arf and Arf," "Quick Draw McGraw," end "Snooper and Blabber," as well as commercial and industrial animation.
Firm headed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, as v.p.'s, and George Sidney as prexy, makes cartoons for distribution by Screen Gems in Europe, Latin America and the Orient, in addition to domestic screenings.

Wall Street's romance with Walt Disney Productions continues to grow in intensity; backing of the independent film company is reaching surprising heights. In a single day, Wednesday (21), the stock climbed $3 per share on a volume of 10,300 shares. For all of last week the price shot up to a new high of $49.25, closed the week at $47.62 ½ for a gain of $4.87 1/2 per share. Total of 25,100 shares changed hands.
This kind of bullishness (the high is more than triple the year's low) is rare for a company paying only 40c in cash as annual dividend, plus some stock. Nonetheless several brokers are touting Disney for a variety of reasons and private investors are heeding the advice.
For one, the professionals, in communications to clients, are citing Disney's continuing profits record. Also being underlined is the expectation that the Disneyland amusement park in Anaheim, Cal., is likely to further bolster the net income now that major expenses have been written off.
On the third count, the money men figure that Disney has a good thing in "Sleeping Beauty." This all-cartoon feature was brought in at a lofty $6,000,000 (meaning considerable risk). The investors who have seen the picture at advance screenings think Disney has his money's worth on the screen.

February 3, 1959
Boff biz being run up by "Sleeping Beauty" and some click holdovers give bright outlook to local first-runs this week. New Disney cartoon feature, which set a matinee house record of $5,800 at Fox Wilshire Saturday and bettered this with $6,700 Sunday matinee, la looking to a smackeroo $30,100 opening frame.

Deal is in negotiations for co-production pact between Hanna and Barbera Productions and Interlingual International, of Tokyo, for filming of cartoons for Japanese market.
Project would call for initial work to be done here and animation and inking to be done in Japan.

February 4, 1959
Don Blauhut, television-radio director of the Parkson Agency..."Our agency feels that action commercials are better than animated blurbs. Animated commercials are shorter lived, once you've seen them the*novelty wears off. With live commercials there is more for the eye to see than in a cartoon and the messages can be repeated more often."

February 11, 1959
Ward Baking Co. has picked up sponsorship of the five-minute "Clutch Cargo" cartoon strip on WPIX, N. Y.

February 13, 1959
Walt Disney Productions, always a consistent winner in the past, rates two nominations in semi-finals for the Academy's 31st annual short subjects awards, one each for cartoon and live action entry. Academy, which will announce all other nominations Feb. 23, always discloses shorts nominations at an earlier date.
Three cartoons have been nominated by a special short subjects nominations committee headed by Hal Elias, and five live-actioners. Cartoons include "Knighty Knight Bugs," Warner Bros., produced by John W. Burton; "Paul Bunyan," Walt Disney Productions, Buena Vista Film Distributing Co., Walt Disney; "Sidney's Family Tree," Terrytoons, 20th-Fox, William M. Weiss.
Live action subjects: "Grand Canyon," Disney Productions, Buena Vista, Disney; "Journey Into Spring," British Transport Films, Lester A. Schoenfeld Films, Ian Ferguson, producer; "The Kiss," Cohay Productions, Continental Distribution Co., John Patrick Hayes; "Snows Of Aorangi," New Zealand Screen Board, George Brest Associates; "T Is For Tumblewood," Continental Distributing Corp., James A. Lebenthal.
All subjects will be screened for Academy members Feb. 22, when balloting will take place. All other balloting will be made after regular screening of features for various other categories. Winners will be announced at Oscar ceremonies April 6 at RKO-Pantages Theatre.

February 17, 1959
New York, Feb. 16.—Sale of six telefilm series plus a library of Terrytoon cartoons to HRTG-TV in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, gives Fremantle International TV program fare In all Central American countries plus Mexico, according to Paul Talbot, prexy of the distribution outfit.

February 18, 1959
Walt Disney's "Sleeping Beauty" begins a regular run at the Criterion tomorrow, with prices scaled to $2.40 top for adults and $1.25 for children. Weekday tariff begins at $1.25 for adults and 90 cents for kids. Upward revisions start at 1 p.m.
Criterion ads in N.Y. dailies proclaim "popular prices" for the 75-minute cartoon feature which is being run on a grind basis. But specific scale is not given. Meanwhile, in other areas the Disney company is pursuing the idea of group sales for the production.

February 20, 1959
Short subjects nominations, including three cartoons and five live-action subjects, will be screened Sunday at the Academy Awards Theatre for voting purposes, Academy members were reminded last night by proxy George Stevens.
Members will ballot on one entry in each category, with results to be tabulated by Price Waterhouse and announced at Oscar ceremonies April 6 at Pantages Theatre.

February 25, 1959
High status of "Huckleberry Hound," the nationally-spotted Kellogg cartoon show sold by Screen Gems, is reflected (in the Pulse top 20 chart this week) and in the ARB tv rundown.
Kellogg sponsors the stanza in slightly over 200 tv markets. In the 85 markets covered by ARB for the months, of October, November and December, the SG show, the last report available in each market shows "HH" has copped first place over the competition 75 out of 85 times.

As part of its long-range programming, Columbia has scheduled "Magoo's Arabian Nights," a full-length cartoon-feature, as its entry in the Christmas sweepstakes of 1959. The film, the work of UPA Pictures Inc., cost $2,000,000 to make, with Col providing the complete financing.
According to Steven Bosustow, UPA topper, in N.Y. to discuss release plans for the 80-minute film with Col officials, the firm represents three years of labor by his organization. Bosustow maintains that animation, "neglected" in recent years, is a distinct media and he hopes that his first full-length entry "will prove my point." He contends that animation is not only a children's medium and points to the success among adult audiences of the Magoo animated shorts. "With Magoo," he stated, "we have a pre-sold star."
The UPA chieftain says that feature cartoons have not been made with a degree of regularity because of their tremendous cost, the length of time they take to make, and the necessity for the maintenance of a well-organized company to guarantee completion. He notes that his organization could not exist solely on a diet of theatrical shorts which barely recoup their costs in today's market. By combining a theatrical shorts with a program of television blurbs and industrial films, Bosustow declared, he was able to keep his company intact so that it was in a position to undertake a feature.
Blissful Union
The "happy marriage" of entertainment and industrial films, the UPA prexy said, will enable him to: continue his shorts program of eight to 12 films annually. As part of the promotion for "Magoo's Arabian Nights," UPA's 85-man staff will provide a full series of television commercials. In addition, Col is arranging for an extensive merchandising campaign, involving the licensing of toys, music and records. Moreover, UPA has received permission for some of its commercial clients to, insert plugs for the picture in upcoming tv blurbs.
If "Magoo's Arabian Nights" proves a success and Col is willing to provide more coin, UPA is prepared to proceed with a program of full-length cartoons. Already in the planning stage are a followup to the maiden film, to be called "Robin Hood Magoo," a full-lengther dealing with the jazz character Jelly Roll Morton, and a serious biblical subject, "The Story of Ruth."
However, Bosustow cautions that animated full-length films cannot be rushed since they take two and a half to three years to make. And, he adds, "they must be important grossers or they can't be made."

February 26, 1959
New York, Feb. 25.—Loew's Inc. today filed an infringement suit in Federal Court against Cinepix Inc., Cinema-Vue Corp., Morris Kleinerman and Joseph P. Smith. It charged that the defendants wrongfully distributed 16 film cartoons exclusively owned by the plaintiff.
The suit claims the defendants conspired to make positive prints of the cartoons and distribute them without a license. Among the cartoons are "Discontented Canary" and "Early Bird and the Worm."
Loew's asks an injunction to restrain further distribution and wants statutory damages sustained for each alleged infringement.

March 4, 1959
UAA, which last year was known as Associated Artists Productions (before merging with United Artists), grossed over $3,000,000 in 1958 from foreign television sale of its Warner Bros. feature film library, according to Norman Katz, UAA foreign sales chief.
UPA product, most of it from the pre-'49 Warner catalog, is being televised in Australia, where all the available UPA product is sold, in the United Kingdom, Belgium, Japan, Switzerland, Finland. England is carrying all of UAA's "Popeye" cartoons.

March 5, 1959
Thirty-nine one-reel cartoons based on William Box's syndicated strip, "That's the Story Of My Life," will be produced by a company set up in connection with Box Cards Inc., in which Box and Bill Kennedy are partnered.
Cartoons will be made for television market in this country and for theatrical sales overseas.

Ted Galanter, p.r. director for Hanna & Barbera Productions, skies to New York Sunday for two weeks of biz confabs with Screen Gems execs Ralph Cohn, Jerry Hyams, Ed Jutin [sic] and Gene Plotnik to work out promotion campaigns in forthcoming cartoon product.
Galanter will also attend the annual Toy Fair in Gotham, as well as subsequent sessions in Chicago kith Leo Burnett Agency toppers.

March 18, 1959
ABC-TV has inked for a fresh cartoon series, "Matty's Funday Funnies" for Sunday afternoon showing beginning Oct. 11. Cartoons, which were produced by Paramount, are tabbed for the 5 o'clock time with Mattel, manufacturers of toys, as sponsor.
New cartoon series will present Harvey Famous Cartoons and will feature "Casper," "Herman and Katnip," "Buzzy the Crow" and others. Deal for the animated cartoons, which will be seen for the first time on tv, was set by the Carson-Roberts agency. [Deal is for 80 ABC stations].

March 19, 1959
"Crusader Rabbit," cartoon telefilm series produced by TV Spots, makes its Los Angeles videbut April 6 on KRCA. In addition to the series of regular five-minute frames, station has also acquired rights to 18 full-length "Rabbit" features, which will telecast in color on 13 Saturday afternoons, beginning April 11.
Meanwhile Lee Orgel, sales veepee of Regis Films, which distributes the series, reports that total sales on the animated skein have racked up over $1,460,000. New markets to purchase the show, in addition to KRCA, are WRCA-TV, New York; WGAL-TV, Lancaster, Pa.; WTVD, Durham, No. Carolina; and the Japanese tv network, for telecasting via its six stations.

March 24, 1959
Alex Lovy, formerly with Walter Lantz cartoonery, where he was director on the Woody Woodpecker series, has joined Hanna and Barbara Productions as a director of cartoons.

March 25, 1959
Richard P. Brandt, Trans-Lux Distributing prez, sailed to Europe today (Wed.) to negotiate tv sales of "Felix the Cat."

Playhouse Pictures doing those Ford animated blurbs kidding the Viceroy "Thinking man's filter" commercials.

April 1, 1959
Seldom a strong month at the boxoffice, March this year suffered from the disadvantage of having Lent and pre-Easter influences to contend with much of the month. Actual arrival of Easter last Sunday (29) was so late in the month that it had little influence at the wickets. However, several pix launched in the last 10 days tipped a better period ahead for first-runs currently running well ahead of last year. The past 31 days, too, suffered from an odd combination of severe cold, blizzards, rain and a touch of unseasonably warm weather.
Champion in the March national b.o. sweepstakes was "Sleeping Beauty" (BV), attesting to the popularity of Walt Disney's cartoon factory. It was at the top or near No. 1 spot all month. "Separate Tables" (UA), second-place winner, was only crowded out of top laurels by the remarkable strength of "Beauty." "Tables" was third in February.

Dimitri Tiomkin returns today from Pittsburgh where the Pittsburgh Symphony recorded his background score for commercial cartoon, "Rhapsody of Steel.

Mike Baker, announcer on Pat Boone program, recently completed English dubbing of Russian cartoon of "Snow White and Seven Dwarves." It's Puskin's fairy tale but now rewritten for American tv as a cartoon. Significantly, dwarves in Russian cartoons have been turned into giants.

A deal for the production of two animated tv series has been closed by ABC-TV (of Britain) with Halas and Batchelor, the British cartoonery. The two skeins will each comprise 39 pix with a running time of approximately nine minutes apiece.
The series are being financed 100% by ABC-TV and the British network will have world-wide distribution. The first series will feature "Silly Symphony" type pictures and among the initial titles are "Lion Tamer" and "Insolent Matador." The second skein, which is already in production, will introduce two new characters, FooFoo and Snap.

Moro Studios [in Spain] also now is engaged in an animated cartoon project looking toward five-minute segments to be included in a U. S. children's program.

April 6, 1959
Vet announcer Ken Peters has been signed to host the new "Crusader Rabbit" cartoon teleseries on KRCA, according to station's program manager. Jack Kenaston Series debuts today on the SoCal NBC outlet.

April 7, 1959
Winners of Academy Awards
Short Subjects (Cartoon)
"KNIGHTY KNIGHT BUGS," Warner Bros. John W. Burton, Producer.

Roy Whaley will be heard as narrator, as well as 26 separate character voices, on KRCA's new "Crusader Rabbit" cartoon tele-series, hosted by vet announcer Ken Peters.

April 8, 1959
CBS Film has sold ... 200 shortie cartoons, both for soon-to-go-on tv stations in Adelaide and Brisbane.

April 13, 1959
Batjac Productions, which some time ago registered "The Good Captain" with MPAA as title for a projected feature, has filed protest against Universal-International's registration of "The Good Soldier," for a Lantz cartoon.

April 15, 1959
Three new additions to the staff of Hanna and Barbera's cartoonery were announced yesterday. They are Warren Foster to the story department, and Paul Fennel as assistant cartoon director, and George Nicholas as animator.

April 20, 1959
Warner Bros. will release 12 Technicolor cartoons and six “World Adventure Tours" short subjects between now and the end of June.
Cartoons are: "Backwoods Bunny," "Apes Of Wrath," "Golden Yeggs," "Trick Or Tweet," "The Mouse That Jack Built," "Scentimental Romeo," "Canned Feud," “Hot Rod and Reel," "A Mutt In Rut," "Early To Bet," "Boobs In The Woods" and "Really Scent."

London has five or six theatres always playing cartoons and two-reel comedies exclusively. Loew's Metro Theatre in Berlin often has a program comprised solely of Tom and Jerry cartoons. People stand in line for hours for such programs, [independent producer Herman] Cohen reported.

April 22, 1959
New York, April 21. — Buena Vista, Walt Disney distribution subsidiary, last week had the biggest week in its history, with billings in the area of $1,028,000. This tops by $400,000 any previous week on the books. Largely responsible for it: "Sleeping Beauty," which is the cartoon feature, and "Shaggy Dog," live-action comedy.
Disney's distribution gross for the entire year, which ends Sept. 30, is now figured to wind up at between $22,000,000 and $28,000,000, by far a new record. Last year's total was $15,600,000.

Five of the Westinghouse Broadcasting stations have inked a deal with Trans-Lux Television on "Felix the Cat," new cartoon series being produced by Trans-Lux. Involved in the first major station group deal are WBZ, Boston; WJZ, Baltimore, KDKA, Pittsburgh; KYW, Cleveland; and KPIX, San Francisco. First series of the new cartoon series will consist of 260 four-minute episodes in both Eastman color and black-and-white. Trans-Lux also made a deal for the series in N. Y. with WNEW-TV.

Programming for the 5:30-6 p.m. strip on ABC-TV has been picked by half-sponsor General Mills. Buy includes replays of "Rin Tin Tin" on Mondays and Fridays, replays of "Flicka" on Wednesdays and the use of two brand new cartoon half-hour shows on Tuesday and Thursday. Cartoon shows are one called "Rocky" for Tuesdays and "Johnny Daydream" for Thursdays.

April 24, 1959
By Larry Glenn
Automation has reached the motion picture animation field. It's in the form of a mass production technique, developed at Walt Disney Studios, for duplicating artists' original drawings at a rate which reportedly cuts production time in half, resulting in considerable financial savings and reducing man-hours, or more precisely, woman-hours.
It's now possible in one hour to turn out 30 cells of exact photographic duplicates of the animation artists' drawings, thus halving production time, according to Ken Anderson, supervising art director on "The 101 Dalmations," first animated feature film to utilize the process.
Core of the system is Haloid Xerox Corp.'s Xerox process, which was probably first used commercially in the animation field by Animation Inc. Grant Ray Lawrence and UPA came in soon afterwards. UPA now farms out its duplicating by this method to Graphic Arts Reproductions and is using it to a certain extent in its animated "Magoo's Arabian Nights" feature.
Disney's system amounts to an expanded, de-bugged, automation version of the Xerox process adapted to mass production. Technically, the Xerox process is based on the properties of selenium, a sulfur-like element, which readily accepts a static electrical charge In dim light and discharges it rapidly in bright light. An aluminum plate coated with selenium is used somewhat like a photographic plate except that the developing process does not change the selenium, hence the plate is immediately re-usable.
The Image is captured in an invisible pattern of static electricity, then made visible by a dusting of the plate with a powder composed primarily of resin and carbon. Held in place by the static charge, the powder image is fused by heat directly onto the cell or other surface.
The elimination of the time taken by women tracing the drawings onto the cells would not alone account for the cut in production time by 50%, but Anderson explains that the process makes it possible to skip other steps.
Formerly, the drawing was duplicated by hand five or six times on its way to final print, along the way losing much of its original character through retouching. The black outlines sketched by the artist were rubbed out and reinked in color and the fine lines which show character when done by an artist but which merely look sloppy when traced by an amateur were, of necessity, eliminated, Anderson explained. These steps, he said, have been skipped.
The result, Anderson believes, will be a livelier, more satisfying final print. As an artist, Anderson was also impressed by the effect the process has on morale and creativity, by assuring the artist that It is his drawing and not a pale facsimile that will reach the screen. The wobble perceptible in hand-traced cartoons has also been eliminated, he claimed. The whole effect, Anderson said, has been to increase output all the way along the line.

April 29, 1959
Under a new format of sales and distribution for its "Mister Magoo" program of cartoons, UPA will lease a year's slate of 12 subjects to circuits and individual theatres for a full year's playing time of each short, at a flat rental price to be set for each deal.
Tabbed "The Unlimited Play Agreement," plan offers the advantage of an exhib playing each cartoon for as long or as short a run as he desires, as well as assuring him a continuous supply of quality product.
Plan differs from the conventional release pattern for cartoons, which stipulates exact length or each engagement. By setting up its own sales-distribution program for its own product, UPA will save considerable coin, which otherwise would have cost between 23 and 30% in distribution fees with a regular distrib tie-in.
Up to now, UPA has released through Columbia Pictures. This deal, however, was terminated amicably recently, although Columbia still will handle release of UPA's first feature-length cartoon, "Magoo's Arabian Night."
Roy Haines, former prexy and sales manager of Warner Bros. Distribution Corp., will head up new operation, headquartering at firm's Burbank plant nearby. There will be no branch offices, with consequent overhead, all biz to emanate from here. Haines left last weekend for a four-to-six-week swing through exchange centers to line up bookings, with plan later to be established in England...
Plans now call for first of the 12 subjects to be delivered at end of 1959, with one short each month thereafter. First year's program has already been planned and each subject plotted. Stephen Bosustow heads outfit, which first came into prominence with "Gerald Mcboing-Boing," said to be the first departure in cartoon style in 25 years.

Thousand and One Arabian Nights" has been set as the final title for UPA Pictures full-length cartoon formerly titled "Magoo's Arabian Nights." Stephen Bosustow is executive producer of the Columbia release.

May 1, 1959
First animated space series half-hour episodes is being produced by Sid Freeman, head of Telemat, under the title "Uni-Patrol." Company has been syndicating cartoons for the past four years.

May 4, 1959
Jacques Rupp will work with art director Bob Dranko in designing animation titles for "Magoo's Arabian Nights," UPA's feature cartoon for Columbia release.

May 11, 1959
UPA's new cartoon feature, "1001 Arabian Nights," scheduled for release later this year, will get a "sneak preview" in Moscow.
At the request of the State Department, UPA is making up a special strip of film from the feature for Vice President Nixon to take with him on his Russian visit this summer.

May 12, 1959
Walt Disney Productions and its domestic subsidiaries earned a consolidated net profit of $906,486 for the six-month period ended April 1, 1959. The figure represents a hop of about 44% in comparison with profit for the corresponding period last year.

May 20, 1959
Terrytoons, a division of CBS Films, will place "The Minute and a Half Man," a seven-minute cartoon, in theatrical release early in June.
The film, which will be distributed by 20th-Fox, introduces a new cartoon character, Hector Heathcote. Two Terrytoon staffers, Eli Bauer and Dave Tendler, wrote and directed, respectively. William M. Weiss, v.p. and general manager of Terrytoons, produced. Weiss disclosed that three additional new cartoons will be released by Terrytoons within the next two months.

May 27, 1959
Larry Harmon, producer of the "Bozo, the Clown" cartoon tele-series being syndicated by Jayark Films Corp., and Charles Shows, his associate producer, wing to Paris today to arrangements for several new series which Harmon will produce partially abroad.
Harmon and Shows will inspect European production facilities and meet personally with authors, publishers and copyright owners of the optioned material which will form the basis of the several series mapped during a week of exec conferences in Hollywood.

Transfilm stands ready to channel off some of its production activity into the making of cartoon programming. N. Y. commercial production house, which has lacked a fullscale animation arm of its own, has made a tieup with Wylde Studios for the latter's excusive animation and art services. Immediate plans call for making the animated tv programming, which still appears to be in relatively short supply. In the background are plans for production of cartoon blurbs.
Precise nature of the Transfilm-Wylde arrangement was not disclosed. Transfilm prexy William Miesegaes called it an "affiliation,"which brings with it a move by Wylde from its present 57th St. Manhattan headquarters into Transfilm's existing 45th St. plant.

Appeal of Krazy Kat, Tom and Jerry and other U.S. made cartoons is world wide. Distributors may have trouble with national tastes of a private eye or situation comedy, but when it comes to cartoon kiddie fare, national differences in tastes virtually subside.
Screen Gems has its cartoon backlog sold in Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Sweden, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Japan, Argentina, Cuba Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Peru, Puerto Rico, Canada and other territories.
Range of SG cartoons includes its latest Huckleberry Hound to Krazy Kat to Pow Wow to Scrappy. It's no understatement to say America's animators speak the language of the small fry the world over.

May 28, 1959
UPA is starting work on a second feature-length cartoon, "Robin Hood Magoo." The company, which is about to wind its first full-length animated feature, "1001 Arabian Nights," has signed Al Bertino and Dick Kinney to prepare a storyboard for "Robin Hood."
The move is about the same as hiring script writers. Actual production is contingent on Columbia picking up its option to release "Robin Hood." Col's committed to release "Nights" around Christmas, but the distributor and UPA recently dissolved their pact for the releasing of UPA shorts.

May 29, 1959
It's likely that Hanna & Barbera's tv cartoonery will take over UPA's former chore of making theatrical cartoons for Columbia release. Bill Hanna said the animation outfit has "no definite commitment with anyone" but admitted that HB is planning a series of animated theatrical shorts to start later this year.
Columbia's the logical outlet for the cartoon series since HB prexy George Sidney has a picture pact with the studio and the cartoonery's "Ruff and Reddy" and "Huckleberry Hound" are made in association with Col's vidsubsid, Screen Gems. The expanding HB organization has some of its offices at Columbia. UFA and Col recently dissolved their production-distribution deal on short subjects and UPA's doing its own distributing — although Columbia will distribute UPA's feature, "1001 Arabian Nights."

Banner Films has acquired distribution rights to "Cartoon Classics," package of 208 animated shorts, and "Jungle," series of 52 15-minute stanzas. Deal was concluded with William Cayton, prexy of Radio and TV Packagers.
Half of the animated shorts have been released previously for television, with other half new to tv distribution.

June 10, 1959
UPA proxy Stephen Bosustow has given go-ahead signal for start of first two Mister Magoo cartoons which will be sold via org's new "unlimited play agreement" plan of booking series.
New format, set up last April, calls for circuits and individual theatres to lease UPA's program of 12 shorts annually for a full year's playing time of each subject, at a 6at rental price, unaffected by number of times each subject is shown.
Decision to launch production at this time was reached following a tour made by Roy Haines, general sales manager, during which he held exploratory talks on plan with theatre heads. Haines on a three-week junket signed such principal circuits as Balaban & Katz Corp, Pacific Drive-In Theatres, Butterfield Theatres, North Ohio Theatres, Interstate Circuit Inc., Stanley Warner Theatres, United Detroit Theatres and Alliance Amusement Co.
Bosustow previously reported that in conversations and communications with prospective purchasers about 60 percent had already expressed a desire to participation project.
First two in series will be "Magoo Meets Boing-Boing" and "I Was A Teen-Age Magoo." Haines resumes his touring this week, to meet with exhibs in Salt Lake City, Denver, Des Moines, Chicago and Cleveland, and huddles with Bosustow late in June to map pitch for eastern and southern trade.

The Hearst Corp. has formed a new division of King Features Syndicate Special Service which will produce and market filmed teleshows based on King Features properties. Al Brodax, for many years in the tele department of the William Morris Agency, has resigned the percentery to go with the new subdivision, to be known as King Features Television Productions.
On the immediate agenda is the production of a new "Popeye" animated cartoon. New features based on the King Features cartoon property will be made as soon as contracts are set. Old cartoons have been shown until now. Brodax will leave for the Coast early next week to confer with animation studios. He will later go to Europe to eye European studios as well. Other properties contemplated for production are one adventure and one comedy pilot with name personalities. KFTP is the newest subdivision of the Hearst organization which owns and operates 25 magazines and 15 newspapers throughout the country.

Screen Gems is deliberately breaking one of the fundamental rules of the telefilm trade. Company is going to dub "Huckleberry Hound," a SG-produced cartoon series, into Spanish, but instead of doing the dubbing in the requisite "neutral" Spanish, it has decided to have the kid cartoon characters speak in various dialects of that tongue.
Countries like Cuba and Mexico, each with its own variation on Spanish, seem to get upset when it can be detected that the telefilm program was dubbed elsewhere in the world; it's a form of local pride and also an indication of local business acumen, since an alien Spanish dialect implies to the local tv operator that the dubbing business was done in some other country when it could have been done by him.
Nonetheless, SG figures it's safe to dub in dialect when it comes to a cartoon show, especially this one. For instance, Mr. Jinks, the cat who studied Method acting in "Hound," will speak a haughty brand of Castillian for Latino viewers. Pixie and Dixie, two small southern mice, will speak Mexican and Cuban dialects, respectively. And "Huck" himself will end up talking like a "typical" Latin-American vaude comic.

A Soviet-made feature length cartoon has been acquired for distribution in the United States and Canada by Universal.
The animated film, in color, is titled "The Snow Queen" and is based on a Hans Christian Anderson fable.
Universal is adapting the film for its American release. A new narration and soundtrack will be utilized. Plans are to release the film around Christmas time.

June 17, 1959
New York, June 16.—Walt Disney, at least, thinks there's still a market for short subjects. At a time when all companies have cut down on the briefies, and for the most part are losing money on those which still are being made, Disney has earmarked a total expenditure of $1,800,000 for the production of shorts this year.
This is just negative investment and doesn't take into account the costs of prints, advertising and distribution. In addition, Disney has placed an order for 2,500 prints of outstanding cartoons of recent years at a cost of $150,000.
Public acceptance of shorts of the better variety hasn't been seriously questioned in the trade. But much exhibitor feeling has been that they just don't sell tickets no matter how good they are. Disney now apparently feels there's a trend in the other direction—specifically, that theatremen believe a good short can help the programming to the extent of contributing to the word-of-mouth about the theatre's entire bill.
Also to be considered is the fact that "A" features are running longer and can't feasibly be accompanied by a second feature. In the customary dual-bill houses a one or two-reeler can mean the adequate substitute for that second feature.
Disney's new shorts fall into three categories, namely, live action, cartoon and "People and Places." Some are sold in forms of a package with a Disney feature and some oldies are block-booked—that is, six or seven at a time combined as a full moppet show.

June 18, 1959
"Hickory, Dickory and Doc," first Walter Lantz cartoon to be slanted to teenage audience, will be directed by Jack Hannah, marking first under his new pact with Lantz. Cartoon goes into production today.
Also, Al Cole, vet animator, has joined the Lantz organization and with La Verne Harding will animate current project.

June 24, 1959
Paramount's cartoon studios now under one roof via an efficiency program, now located in full at 35 West 45th Street. Building next door at 24 West 45th also used to house inkers colorers, cameramen, animators and others has been dropped.

June 30, 1959
In a major product purchase for a newly-programmed hour-long afternoon atrip titled "Cartoonaroony," KCOP has closed a deal with four of the country's largest film distributors for the purchase of over 600 new cartoons just produced for tv. Station will be the first to run the new cartoons.
KCOP veepee-general manager Alvin G. Flanagan also stated the animations are the first new cartoons to be screened on Los Angeles tv in over three years. "Cartoonaroony" will beam Monday through Friday afternoons from 4-5 p.m., starting Aug. 8. Cartoons include "Felix the Cat," purchased through Trans-Lux Television Corp.; "Bucky and Pepito," through Governor Television Attractions, Inc.; "Dorje and the Dragon," through Sterling Television Co., Inc.; and "Animaland," through Telescene Film Productions Co.
Other cartoon strips purchased especially for the new program are "The Ugly Ducklin'," "The Four Friends," "Scruffy," "Rufus and the Rabbit" and "The Happy Scarecrow." [KCOP hired Jimmy Weldon from WRCA to host the show]

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          Pursue Client Managers - COMPLETE DOCUMENT SOLUTIONS - Wayne, NJ   
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          Senior Administrative Assistant - George Washington University - Foggy Bottom, MD   
Facilitate repair orders and calls to IT or Xerox as needed. The Institute for Patient-Centered Initiatives & Health Equity at the GW Cancer Center (the...
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          Legal Word Processor - IST Management Services - Atlanta, GA   
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          Digital Press Operator - 4over, Inc. - Huber Heights, OH   
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          Reprographics Operator (Bindery) - Williams - Houston, TX   
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          Director of Alliances and Channels - Zyme Solutions - San Francisco Bay Area, CA   
Industry leaders like Dell, VMware, Fujitsu, Plantronics, Xerox, Symantec, Lenovo, GoPro, Armstrong World Industries, and Seagate rely on Zyme....
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          Software Engineer II - Microsoft - Redmond, WA   
Work with engineers from global Printer Manufacturers (HP, Xerox, Canon) to improve rendering and drivers. Come and join the Windows Print Team to deliver next...
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          Sr. Digital Printing Technician - DSG, Inc. - Oaks, PA   
Operate and maintains Xerox 1000 Color Press with binding, Xerox Nuvera and Xerox X700 Color Printer with Binding (must be able to stand 80% of the day and lift...
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          Manager of Strategy & Business Development - Xerox Corporation - Norwalk, CT   
They will also be a key contributor to the development and implementation of the overall Xerox business strategy....
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          VP, Global Strategy - Xerox Corporation - Norwalk, CT   
People with disabilities who need a reasonable accommodation to apply or compete for employment with Xerox in the U.S....
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          Coordinator - Financial Services Compliance (Option to Work at Home!) - TDS Telecom - Madison, WI   
This role also provides guidance related training and support to Xerox Management, new Financial Services processors and Senior Consumer Specialist roles....
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          Client Associate, Production - Level A03 - Xerox Corporation - Wisconsin   
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          Production Color Solutions Executive -iGen Tiger (PCSE) - Xerox Corporation - Virginia   
Communicate Xerox strategies and direction to key customer decision makers. Aggressively pursue competitive accounts and effectively differentiate Xerox...
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          Production Color Solutions Executive -iGen Tiger (PCSE) - Xerox Corporation - South Carolina   
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          Client Manager II, Strategic or Large Account Management - Xerox Corporation - Pennsylvania   
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          Pursue Client Managers - COMPLETE DOCUMENT SOLUTIONS - New Jersey   
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          Wilmington, NC Print Center Site Coordinator/Lead - Level A04 - Xerox Corporation - North Carolina   
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          Team Lead/Supervisor - Sodexo Inc. - Minnesota   
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          Clearance - Terms and Conditions apply* - Fuji Xerox Phaser 8560 6PK Black Ink (6800 pages)   
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          Jovens deputados lideram frente contra Maduro na Venezuela   

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BUENOS AIRES — Era uma entre tantas outras marchas convocadas pela oposição venezuelana, na Avenida Francisco Fajardo, em Caracas. Mas não foi qualquer marcha para o deputado Miguel Pizarro, do partido Primeiro Justiça (PJ), eleito pela primeira vez para ocupar uma cadeira da Assembleia Nacional de seu país aos 21 anos. Hoje, aos 29, é um dos líderes jovens da Mesa de Unidade Democrática (MUD). Naquele fatídico 7 de junho, Pizarro presenciou a morte do jovem Neomar Lander, de 17 anos, atingido por uma bomba de gás lacrimogêneo no peito. Quando teve de comunicar o falecimento de mais um garoto que deixou a vida nas ruas da Venezuela, nas manifestações contra o governo do presidente Nicolás Maduro, o jovem deputado desabou a chorar. A cena emocionou os venezuelanos e mostrou que a juventude opositora é hoje uma peça central na violenta e cada vez mais profunda crise que assola o país.

VENE

Pizarro, como muitos dos jovens deputados e militantes da oposição, iniciou-se na política em 2007, quando os estudantes desafiaram o então presidente Hugo Chávez e provocaram sua única derrota nas urnas. O ex-presidente não conseguiu vencer o referendo sobre um projeto de reforma constitucional e seu revés marcou os primeiros passos de dirigentes como Pizarro em diferentes partidos da MUD. Todos integravam centros de estudantes de universidades como a Simón Bolívar e a Universidade Central da Venezuela (UCV). O sucesso de suas marchas contra a reforma de Chávez os levou à política fora do mundo acadêmico e hoje muitos são deputados e ocupam posições de peso dentro de seus partidos, principalmente o PJ e o Vontade Popular (VP).

POLÍTICA NO DNA

No caso de Pizarro, a política vem do berço. Seu avô integrou o Partido Socialista chileno e exilou-se na Venezuela fugindo da ditadura de Augusto Pinochet (1973-1990). Seu pai foi guerrilheiro e esteve preso na década de 1980. A luta de rua está no seu DNA.

— Nós que estamos hoje nas ruas começamos a trabalhar juntos em 2007. Integramos o movimento estudantil e hoje somos parte das direções nacionais de nossos partidos. Eu, pessoalmente, faço política desde os 13 anos — contou o deputado ao GLOBO.

Formado em Comunicação Social, Pizarro fez cursos no exterior, como muitos dos novos líderes da MUD, e hoje sente que os jovens estão tão envolvidos na disputa com o chavismo porque “este episódio da História é decisivo”.68713547.jpg

— Os mais veteranos conheceram outro país, nós não. Crescemos com o chavismo, nos despedindo de amigos nos aeroportos e cemitérios. Sonhamos com um país diferente, mas nunca o vimos — lamentou o deputado, que representa a região de Petare, onde está uma das maiores favelas da América Latina.

Ele, como muitos de seus colegas da juventude da MUD que todos os dias estão nas ruas ao lado de manifestantes anônimos, sente que “a ditadura destruiu nossas oportunidades”. A rotina de Pizarro e seus companheiros da oposição mistura discussões na AN, reuniões com vizinhos de diferentes municípios de Caracas, organização de protestos, debates internos dos partidos e visitas a casas de pais que perderam filhos pela repressão exercida pelas forças de segurança contra manifestantes.

‘SEM DINHEIRO PARA XEROX'

Como se tudo isso não bastasse, Pizarro e outros parlamentares venezuelanos devem encarar esta cruzada sem recursos. Há um ano, os deputados venezuelanos não recebem salários e vivem graças à contribuição de amigos e familiares.

— Na Assembleia Nacional não temos dinheiro sequer para xerox. Minha sorte é que gasto pouco e tenho uma família que me ajuda — contou.

Em agosto, Juan Andrés Mejia, deputado do VP, de 32 anos, terá seu primeiro filho. Como Pizarro, ele foi líder estudantil em 2007 e hoje é coordenador político de seu partido, órfão desde que o fundador, Leopoldo López, foi preso. A proximidade da chegada do filho lhe dá mais esperança.

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— Não lutamos apenas por um interesse político, lutamos pelo futuro. Estamos à frente das marchas porque a rua sempre foi para nós um terreno natural, onde sabemos nos mover e nos defender — assegurou Mejia, que esteve preso por 48 horas em 2007. — Nossa principal função é orientar os mais jovens, os garotos de 17 e 18 anos, e evitar que eles caiam nas provocações do governo.

Os jovens dirigentes revelam o que precisam fazer para driblar os obstáculos impostos por Maduro. Com seu passaporte anulado — que seria uma nova tática do governo para tentar limitar os movimentos da oposição —, Manuel Avendaño, de 36 anos, saiu por terra da Venezuela para iniciar uma viagem de pelo menos três semanas por várias cidades do continente. Ele coordena a área de relações internacionais do VP e depois de passar pela última assembleia da Organização de Estados Americanos (OEA), em Cancún, dirigiu-se a Miami, e ainda pretende passar por Lima e Buenos Aires antes de retornar a seu país.

— A logística é complicada, não posso dar detalhes. Saio meio escondido — contou Avendaño, que considera a participação dos jovens na política “o grande fracasso da revolução”. — Se a revolução fosse um sucesso, estaríamos todos trabalhando e estudando.

Avendaño fez cursos de pós-graduação na Espanha e tem dois mestrados. A juventude opositora venezuelana tem formação acadêmica, mas hoje seu trabalho é não abandonar as ruas e estimular outros jovens, alguns muito mais jovens, que os consideram suas referências políticas.

— Nosso objetivo é dar sentido aos protestos. Os riscos são grandes, mas os assumimos porque sabemos que somos a alternativa e que representamos a nova política venezuelana — concluiu Avendaño.


          Equity Analyst - Morningstar - Chicago, IL   
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          Naver to acquire Xerox Research Centre Europe (XRCE)   

Seongnam-based Korean Internet giant Naver is acquiring the Xerox Research Centre Europe (XRCE) in Grenoble, France. The French Works Council’s consultation on this project has now been completed and the agreement is expected to close in the third quarter, subject to fulfillment of certain customary conditions. Founded in 1993, the Xerox Research Centre Europe is located […]

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          TMBU Result 2017 Bhagalpur University Part 1 2 3 BA B.Sc B.Com BBA   

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