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More at http://www.theuptake.org You’d think news that the Pentagon secretly infiltrated TV news shows with propaganda about the Iraq invasion packaged as fact would be a huge story. It was in the New York Times which broke the story. But on TV, particularly the networks that were duped by the Pentagon, coverage of the story was short-lived. Matt Thompson of FreePress.net reports the hard questions in this scandal haven’t been answered, because they haven’t been asked.
28 Apr 2008
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Serious magic asked me what I would like to see in Ultra Key. Adobe bought serious magic, so now I ask Kush when Ultra will have the features I would like to see.
29 Apr 2008
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It's Airshow Week At Aero-TV! The fourth in a five part series, this week, continues with a series of interwoven interviews in which we asked about a dozen airshow professionals the same three questions... each of which will become the topic of its own program over the course of the week. In this installment, we asked a number of airshow luminaries the following question... in a computerized/new media/iPod kind of world can airshows provide the kind of entertainment and excitement that will allow them to keep up with the times??? In the next two parts, we'll address the airshow industry's ability to keep up with the times and the overall safety situation we find ourselves in as 2008 gets underway in earnest. Produced at the ICAS Convention just before the end of the year, we were pleased to be able to tackle such important subjects as the industry made ready to start another year... but we apologize for some of the lighting, as we were stuck with some bad conditions and had to make the best of it. ICAS tells us that Airshows draw large numbers of demographically attractive spectators - a well-educated, affluent group of men, women and children of all ages. More than 70 percent of the audience at an air show has had some college education. Three quarters report household income of $35,000 or more. The average spectator is just under 39 years of age, but more than 53 percent of spectators are between 30 and 50. Safety has always been a major airshow concern but a series of unrelated accidents, this past year, to too many performers brought the topic to the forefront of discussion at the most recent ICAS get-together. ICAS notes that Airshows offer a consistently and historically safe environment for millions of spectators each year. Since current rules were implemented nearly 50 years ago, there has not been a single spectator fatality at a North American show – an enviable safety record for any business. But... they're not satisfied to leave it that. A 'small working group' of ICAS members recently met in Dallas to begin work on a new Safety Management System for the air show industry that will serve as an important tool in improving air show safety. Using existing safety management systems as models, ICAS members discussed the changes and accommodations needed to effectively adapt the work already done in other segments of the aviation industry to the particular needs and circumstances of the air show community. Conceived as part of the larger ICAS initiative to change the culture of air show safety, the product of this effort is intended to document processes and procedures that our industry can use to manage risk, report incidents and accidents, participate more actively in accident investigations, identify trends, communicate the results of these investigations to members, and reduce the number of accidents in the air show community. So... On To Part Three Of Aero-TV's Conversation With The Airshow Industry FMI: www.icashq.org Copyright 2008, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
8 May 2008
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VISIT: http://www.youtube.com/richestguru While watching this video ask another person "which way does she dance"... "clockwise or anti-clockwise". The direction you see is not real... it is only YOUR perception of reality. If you can "think different" then you can see (another way). Right brain dominant people see her dancing in a different direction to left brain dominate people. What side of your brain do you use the most? Please share this video with as many people as you can... Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They’re not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can’t do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward. And while some may see them as the crazy ones, We see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, Are the ones who do.
4 Nov 2008
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It's Airshow Week At Aero-TV! The last in a five part series, this week, continues with a series of interwoven interviews in which we asked about a dozen airshow professionals the same three questions... each of which was the topic of its own program over the course of the week. In this final installment, we asked a number of airshow luminaries the following question... after a year in which there were a number of tragic but unrelated accidents, are airshows as safe as they can be??? Over the last few days, we addressed the airshow industry's ability to keep up with the times and the overall safety situation we find ourselves in as 2008 gets underway in earnest. Produced at the ICAS Convention just before the end of the year, we were pleased to be able to tackle such important subjects as the industry made ready to start another year... but we apologize for some of the lighting, as we were stuck with some bad conditions and had to make the best of it. ICAS tells us that Airshows draw large numbers of demographically attractive spectators - a well-educated, affluent group of men, women and children of all ages. More than 70 percent of the audience at an air show has had some college education. Three quarters report household income of $35,000 or more. The average spectator is just under 39 years of age, but more than 53 percent of spectators are between 30 and 50. Safety has always been a major airshow concern but a series of unrelated accidents, this past year, to too many performers brought the topic to the forefront of discussion at the most recent ICAS get-together. ICAS notes that Airshows offer a consistently and historically safe environment for millions of spectators each year. Since current rules were implemented nearly 50 years ago, there has not been a single spectator fatality at a North American show – an enviable safety record for any business. But... they're not satisfied to leave it that. A 'small working group' of ICAS members recently met in Dallas to begin work on a new Safety Management System for the air show industry that will serve as an important tool in improving air show safety. Using existing safety management systems as models, ICAS members discussed the changes and accommodations needed to effectively adapt the work already done in other segments of the aviation industry to the particular needs and circumstances of the air show community. Conceived as part of the larger ICAS initiative to change the culture of air show safety, the product of this effort is intended to document processes and procedures that our industry can use to manage risk, report incidents and accidents, participate more actively in accident investigations, identify trends, communicate the results of these investigations to members, and reduce the number of accidents in the air show community. So... On To Part Five Of Aero-TV's Conversation With The Airshow Industry FMI: www.icashq.org Copyright 2008, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
13 May 2008
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On this Part 2, 6 minute video, Sherman Hu interviews Mark Ress for answers to the 3 most commonly asked questions regarding the VRE (Virtual Real Estate) business.
14 May 2008
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4 Yüz - Ask Yok
15 May 2008
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WWW.ALANAWEZ.COM Time to ask someone to the prom. Don't freak out. Just follow these simple steps. curtesy o howcast.
18 May 2008
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During the last few weeks I have been talking about Purpose and how it's stronger than your WHY. In my experience your purpose is usually larger than your why. So why ask WHY? Your WHY is great for short term solutions and it allows for you to have time to focus on your purpose. Also it can be a bit confusing when distinguishing that fine line between PURPOSE and WHY. For Example: let's say you are in a network marketing program and your sponsor asks for you to "find your WHY". Anyone can come up with a WHY; "I'm doing this so I can have time with the family", "I'm looking for more gas money", "I'm trying to replace my job"; these are all good short term solutions. Let's say your WHY is about family. You say, "I'm doing this so I can spend more time with the family!" As enthusiastic as you might be with the realization that you can spend time with the family; what really happens is just short term results. This is because you goal is smaller than you think. What about PURPOSE? Going back to the family; I want for you to think why it is you want to spend more time with the family. What is it that makes you cross that blurry fine line into PURPOSE. Take a legal notepad and divide it into three sections. With your mind focused on your WHY. Do the following. Section one: write down all the reasons "why you want to spend time with your family" Section two: write down the why for each reason as to why you want to spend time with the family. Section three: look at your answers in section two. Find the common themes that come to you the most; a good indication to this is that it will bring up an emotional response. Ask a close friend or family member to help you find the common themes. You want a stronger answer. Take a moment to read those answers to someone; see what they noticed in you as you read each one. This exercise may not provide an immediate answer; it will give you a direction to finding the answer that best fits you and who you are. After doing this; my hope is that you see that your WHY is not the answer. Your WHY is the direction you must look in order to find your PURPOSE. Once your PURPOSE is found; then your answer is found. Start with your WHY; finish with your PURPOSE. Tracy Thibault – 831.531.2186 - RichGuyNetwork.com
19 May 2008
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Ask a Fat Guy about the new McDonald's burger! - it's LIVE tv, it's Socialive!
20 May 2008
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Most candidates are intimidated to ask for the job because they are afraid of a “no” response. But there are a few ways you can broach the subject without actually saying, “Can I please have the job?” Visit http://www.careerstrides.com
29 May 2008
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You will learn various ways to ask for a person's name both formally and informally. You will also learn how to reply to these questions by giving your name. Finally, you have the chance to practice your newly learned skills. Viel Spaß!
30 May 2008
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Anime USA 2007 - #29 Don't Ask Don't Tell
31 May 2008
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Katsucon 2007 - #08 Ask Anime Sensei 1337 Speak
31 May 2008
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you try to tell people about your Network Marketing plan many think you are trying to sell them something. Most people do not like to sold or closed. But what if they asked you to hear about your deal. Much easier and far less rejection. There is a way to get people to come to you. A Free e-book download explains it all. program agel australian mlm best home based business best home business best mlms best network marketing best network marketing companies best network marketing company bestmlm business from home business home internet marketing mlm business opportunities business opportunity business opportunity seekers christian mlm direct selling downline downline builder earn extra income earn money earn money online easy mlm easy money emerald passport extra income financial freedom forced matrix get rich get rich quick good mlm health mlm home based business home based mlm business opportunity home business homebased homebased business how to make money how to make money online income opportunities income opportunity internet business internet business opportunity internet marketing internet mlm leads legitimate business opportunities legitimate online business list of mlm companies make money make money at home make money fast make money from home make money on internet make money on the internet make money online making money making money on the internet making money online mlm mlm advertising mlm australia mlm business mlm business opportunities mlm business opportunity mlm business opportunity network marketing mlm businesses mlm companies mlm company mlm compensation plans mlm consultant mlm consultants mlm directory mlm distributor mlm distributors mlm downline mlm email leads mlm fraud mlm help mlm home based business mlm home business mlm home business opportunity mlm income mlm launch mlm lead mlm lead generation mlm leads mlm list mlm mailing list mlm marketing mlm money mlm network mlm network marketing mlm network marketing opportunity mlm opportunities mlm opportunity mlm pre launch mlm prelaunch mlm products mlm program mlm programs mlm prospecting mlm prospects mlm recruiting mlm residual income mlm review mlm reviews mlm sales mlm scam mlm scams mlm secret mlm secrets mlm software mlm success mlm tips mlm tools mlm training mlm uk mlm website monavie money making opportunities money making opportunity money online multi level multi level marketing multi level marketing companies multi level marketing company multilevel multilevel marketing multilevel marketing companies multilevelmarketing network marketing network marketing business network marketing businesses network marketing companies network marketing company network marketing leads network marketing opportunities network marketing opportunity network marketing success network marketing training network marketing uk networking mlm networkmarketing new business opportunities new mlm new mlm companies new mlm company new mlm opportunity newest mlm noni noni juice online business online business opportunities online business opportunity online mlm online mlm business online network marketing passive income prelaunch residual income second income small business opportunity start an mlm business start mlm business successful mlm successful online mlm business top mlm top mlm business top mlm companies top mlm company top network marketing usana what is mlm work at home work at home business opportunity mlm work from home work from home mlm business work from home mlm business opportunity xooma
7 Jun 2008
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Erik Stafford The Faster Webmaster reminding you to ask you what you want... and showing you a good example of what happens when you do!
8 Jun 2008
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