the ramp room in north rd, cardiff had some great sessions during the 80's.
this was filmed the day before the cardiff ukbfa national in the summer of 1986. featuring the reardon brothers, andy brown, chris fowler and greg guillotte. great times....
*******www.gabby-guides**** - Girls Guide to Guys, author - Rachel Hill published by Reardon Publishing ISBN: 9781874192046
Edward Wilson's Antarctic Notebooks by David M Wilson & Christopher J Wilson. Published by Reardon Publishing. *******www.AntarcticBookshop**** - ISBN: 9781874192510
Lauryn is a girl from small-town Indiana who moves to Chicago with dreams of entering the Chicago School of Music and Dance. But after rejection and a series of misfortunes she finds herself working in a burlesque club. The club proves to be a place of conflict and self-discovery, helping Lauryn to realize that even though plans may change, dreams never do. From the writer of Save the Last Dance and Step Up and starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Death Proof, Die Hard 4.0) Make It Happen is the uplifting story of how hard work and determination can make any dream come true.
Testing the SR11 at my house in HD HQ mode. Haven't changed any settings, this has come straight from the camera.
If anyone knows how, I'd love to know the best rendering settings for uploading to the internet.
This was converted to a wmv file
Part 2 of my homecoming interview with Island Def Jam recording artist Jon McLaughlin backstage before his show at Reardon Auditorium on the campus of Anderson University. It also includes special features and scenes from homecoming in October.
Friday, August 01, 2008
Home Appliances Will Communicate on Verizon Network
Verizon Wireless wants machine-to-machine devices to run on the company's open wireless network, according to VP of Open Development Anthony Lewis.
Automated homes, where "appliances can talk to each other" on the wireless network and let repairmen know when they need fixing, are "around the corner," he says.
In March, Verizon launched its open development initiative to let devices made by other companies run on its network--a marked change from its former restrictive policies. But CNET News****'s Maggie Reardon criticized the initiative as not truly open, since Verizon has to certify a device before it can get online.
Verizon certified the first third-party device this month, but isn't the handset with cheap international calling that industry watchers had hoped for, The AP reported. It's a modem that measures storage containers with a sensor and reports to a control center when they are running low.
Lewis says devices can be certified in a "very quick, very low cost manner," and that Verizon wants customers to have access to more devices and the freedom to download different types of applications.
Right now, though, the company seems focused on using the open network to connect machines rather than people.
I interviewed Lewis at the AlwaysOn conference at Stanford last week, where he was a speaker.
--Kelsey Blodget, Associate Producer
Business Growth Strategies with Catherine Palin-Brinworth's Empowerment Institute
With a wealth of warmth, wit and wisdom, Catherine has an amazing ability to inspire people to believe in themselves, to turn around performance and to stimulate powerful change. On the platform her audiences describe her as 'terrific........major impact......enthusiasm and wit........professional and intelligent.'
With an outstanding corporate history in sales and marketing, and a strong track record in organisational leadership, Catherine Palin-Brinkworth is a dynamic change agent and inspirational speaker. She truly has been there and done it -- authentically speaking from experience.
Catherine holds a Masters Degree in Social Ecology and is one of the few internationally accredited Certified Speaking Professionals in Australasia. Her business skills and success strategies can, if appropriate, be blended with her personal survival stories, with warmth humour and motivation.
Audiences leave inspired, with an expanded sense of themselves and the possibilities for achievement, and most importantly with real-life strategies to apply.
Catherine is also the Founding Director of a Training Company, providing proven people performance training programs throughout Australia and the Pacific.
You were magnificent. I have never seen such glowing comments and overall assessments for any other presenter at a PricewaterhouseCoopers function.
Chris Reardon, Partner - PricewaterhouseCoopers
Thank you! What a great presentation - very useful for our sales team and others not within the sales team. Catherine proved to be a dynamic speaker who has a unique ability to convey complex information in a manner that is both easy to understand and entertaining as well. In particular, her personality typologies proved remarkably accurate and useful. I have no hesitation in recommending Catherine for conferences/seminars/sales training.
Mike Allsop, Marketing Manager - Groupe Seb
Now that the event is over, the dust has settled and the time for reflection is upon us, I am compelled to write and express my sincere appreciation of your efforts on the final day of our conference. All of the delegates that I have had the chance to converse with since the event ocncluded have expressed their enthusiasm, understanding and acceptance of the thrust of your presentation. There is no doubt that if all those in attendance took on board just a small percentage of what you offered, we as a company will be significantly advantaged by the improved performance of our Dealer network results. I look forward to a future opportunity to attend one of your presentations and wish you continuing success into the future.
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The first volume in The Weird Tale Collection contains some excellent adaptations of horror author Robert W. Chambers' work including Aaron Vanek's award winning short feature film inspired by the short story "The Yellow Sign" in the book The King in Yellow.
In the movie, a young art gallery owner, Tess Reardon (played by Little Giants star Shawna Waldron), is looking for new talent to spark life into her failing business. Haunted by nightmares, she discovers that an artist she dreamt about, Aubrey Scott, actually exists, and she seeks him out. The eccentric painter agrees to a showing of his art, but only if Tess will model for his new work. She grudgingly agrees and begins to regress into a past life from a parallel world, and that everything is not at all as it seems.
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Online video is replacing television for consumers 25 years and younger as part of a dramatic demographic shift. Watching video on a personal computer is becoming the principal way young adults consumer video.
On Tuesday, I spoke with Adobe business development chief Bill Rusitzky. For many young adults 25 and under, there is a greatly diminished interest in watching television as video consumption is shifting dramatically to the PC, he told me. He says that as this population grows, there will be a big change in media consumption patterns over the next ten years.
While the nascent online video industry is figuring out business models, a big demographic shift is on our side.
For a comprehensive look at the technology which is moving television to the PC and Mac, check out this big feature on CNET News**** by Maggie Reardon. Here's another round up on how to "cut the cable cord" by Chris Albrecht at NewTeeVee.
Over at USA Today, David Lieberman covers how technology has spawned content from "prosumers."
-- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer
Disclaimer: Adobe is a sponsor of Beet.TV
Posted on Mar 9, 2009
Landlines, no matter how expensive or inconveinent, have managed to hold on despite the wireless revolution. MetroPCS is the latest carrier trumpeting some landline replacement features, so what's it going to take for the traditional telephone system to go the way of the dinosaur? We talk to Maggie Reardon, telecom reporter for CNET News and Matt Burns of CrunchGear to figure out when the plain ol' phone system will be extinct.
Also on the show, Digitimes dug up a report of Apple ordering 100 million Samsung flash memory chips, the chips that are used in the iPhone, iPod touch, nano, and Shuffle. Some, including me, speculate that it signals the imminent arrival of a new iPhone in June, while others aren't as 100% sold on the idea. What do you think? Does Apple need to update the iPhone yearly to stay competitve with upcoming threats like the Palm Pre?
It’s been a rough weekend for T-Mobile Sidekick users. If they were unfortunate enough to accidentally remove their battery, users could have accidently deleted all of their phone data thanks to a server crash. Now T-Mobile has responded to the debacle, saying the problem has been fixed, but all data hasn’t yet been restored. What does this teach us about computing in the cloud, and how can we be more prepared? We talk to Eric Zeman of Phone Scoop and Maggie Reardon of CNET News.
*******techvi****/shows/bottom-line/2009/10/t-mobile-comments-on-sidekick-outage/ Distributed by Tubemogul.
Maggie Reardon visits a Verizon Wireless store in Manhattan for the launch of the new Motorola Droid smartphone.