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*******oaklandfocus.blogspot**** -- San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom came to Oakland to give a town hall meeting on his plans for California as governor. The meeting went well, but it was interrupted by protestors from the Bayview Neighborhood. Distributed by Tubemogul.
12 Mar 2009
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16 Mar 2009
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Special guest Wheeler Del Torro paid a visit to our kitchen and the meeting was ice cream bliss. Check out this interesting twist on vanilla ice cream. As always get the recipe at www.everydaydish.tv.
6 Nov 2009
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The American Society for Microbiology Conference for Undergraduate Educators (ASMCUE) is an interactive four-day conference on scientific updates and effective teaching strategies. Now in its 16th year, the conference attracts over 300 microbiology and biology educators. Educators come from colleges, universities and international institutions to learn and share the latest information in the biological sciences and education research. The conference program includes plenary, concurrent, poster, and exhibit sessions. Participants engage in formal and informal small group discussions between colleagues all focused on the same goal: to improve teaching and learning in the biological sciences. In this episode, we talk with Erica Suchman, Associate Professor, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, and Local Organizing Chair for the 2009 meeting. Erica talks about her attendance at the meeting for the past 12 years and the benefits of participating. Also featured are several participants at the ASMCUE 2008 held at Endicott College in Beverly, MA and ASM���s Education Director, Amy Chang, a co-founder of the Conference. For more information about the conference or to view past proceedings, visit www.asmcue****.
21 Mar 2009
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The American Society for Microbiology Conference for Undergraduate Educators (ASMCUE) is an interactive four-day conference on scientific updates and effective teaching strategies. Now in its 16th year, the conference attracts over 300 microbiology and biology educators. Educators come from colleges, universities and international institutions to learn and share the latest information in the biological sciences and education research. The conference program includes plenary, concurrent, poster, and exhibit sessions. Participants engage in formal and informal small group discussions between colleagues all focused on the same goal: to improve teaching and learning in the biological sciences. In this episode, we talk with Erica Suchman, Associate Professor, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, and Local Organizing Chair for the 2009 meeting. Erica talks about her attendance at the meeting for the past 12 years and the benefits of participating. Also featured are several participants at the ASMCUE 2008 held at Endicott College in Beverly, MA and ASM's Education Director, Amy Chang, a co-founder of the Conference. For more information about the conference or to view past proceedings, visit www.asmcue****.
24 Mar 2009
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*******www.filmonair**** Latest info on Little Fockers, the Meet the Fockers sequel, with Ben Stiller and Robert De Niro.
26 Mar 2009
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The British Prime Minister, Mr.Gordon Brown, is taking his Cabinet team to Scotland today – the first time such a meeting has taken place north of the border in almost 100 years. The meeting is expected to concentrate on the UK economy.
16 Apr 2009
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It's Day 2 and Lucy and Brian meet with Isabel Booth the director of Families for Children. They talk about fostering in Uganda and working in partnership with Families for Children. Both Brian and Lucy feel the meeting has been positive, it's great to be in Uganda talking to the people that matter and learning more.
17 Apr 2009
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Part One Of Our Three Question Survey From The AEA 2009 Convention and Tradeshow Few sub-industries within aviation prove to be as much of a bellwether as does the avionics industry. While most of the recent major developments in aviation utility can be laid at the doorstep of all things avionics, this industry benefits from both major business aspects... new and upgrade sales. So... as goes the avionics industry, so goes the rest of aviation -- and thus the reason for our interest in the health of the avionics biz. Herewith, Part One of our annual Three Question survey at the annual AEA Convention... this part focusing on t he most basic of questions... how's business? Our second Question revolves around what this year's attendees found to be new and notable and the third was an opportunity to judge, via the membership itself, how well AEA is supporting the aims of such an advanced and complex industry. This year's rendition of the annual AEA Convention wound up being a surprisingly upbeat affair. While everyone bemoaned the awful economic situation forced upon them, to a persons there was unanimity in the belief that the industry would not only survive but come back bigger and stronger than before. “We are purposely choosing to emphasize the positive attributes of the industry this week,” said Paula Derks, president of the Aircraft Electronics Association on the opening day of this year’s annual convention and trade show, which took place from April 1 to 4, at the Gaylord Texan Resort in Dallas. Setting this tone seemed to work as nearly 1,500 attendees crowded the AEA Exhibit Hall and the meeting rooms to research products and gain knowledge through educational forums on technical and regulatory issues. Among the positive highlights of this year’s convention were: • More than 31 companies taking part in the “New Product Introductions” session. • More than 140 companies and organizations displaying during the trade show. • Attendees receiving more than 75 hours of FAA-accepted technical training classes. “It would be premature to announce the light at the end of the tunnel,” Derks said, “but many of the manufacturers told me they are making good contacts and writing orders at the booths, which means their dealers — our members — are buying product.” Next year’s AEA International Convention & Trade Show is set from April 7-10, 2010, at the Gaylord Palms Resort in Orlando, Fla. Aero-TV Checks On The Health Of The Avionics Industry At AEA 2009 FMI: www.aea****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
27 Apr 2009
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The group discusses Casey's sex life at the meeting. Check out what they have to say on Party Down, Friday May 1 at 10:30p E/P on Starz. *******starz****/pd
28 Apr 2009
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Part Three Of Our Three Question Survey From The AEA 2009 Convention and Tradeshow Few sub-industries within aviation prove to be as much of a bellwether as does the avionics industry. While most of the recent major developments in aviation utility can be laid at the doorstep of all things avionics, this industry benefits from both major business outlets... new and upgrade sales. So... as goes the avionics industry, so goes the rest of aviation -- and thus the reason for our interest in the health of the avionics biz. Herewith, the Final Part of our annual Three Question survey at the 2009 AEA Convention... the first part focused on the most basic of questions... how's business? The Second Question revolves around what this year's attendees found to be new and notable. And today's third and final question (for now) was an opportunity to judge, via the membership itself, how well AEA is supporting the aims of such an advanced and complex industry. This year's rendition of the annual AEA Convention wound up being a surprisingly upbeat affair. While everyone bemoaned the awful economic situation forced upon them, to a persons there was unanimity in the belief that the industry would not only survive but come back bigger and stronger than before. “We are purposely choosing to emphasize the positive attributes of the industry this week,” said Paula Derks, president of the Aircraft Electronics Association on the opening day of this year’s annual convention and trade show, which took place from April 1 to 4, at the Gaylord Texan Resort in Dallas. Setting this tone seemed to work as nearly 1,500 attendees crowded the AEA Exhibit Hall and the meeting rooms to research products and gain knowledge through educational forums on technical and regulatory issues. Among the positive highlights of this year’s convention were: • More than 31 companies taking part in the “New Product Introductions” session. • More than 140 companies and organizations displaying during the trade show. • Attendees receiving more than 75 hours of FAA-accepted technical training classes. “It would be premature to announce the light at the end of the tunnel,” Derks said, “but many of the manufacturers told me they are making good contacts and writing orders at the booths, which means their dealers — our members — are buying product.” Next year’s AEA International Convention & Trade Show is set from April 7-10, 2010, at the Gaylord Palms Resort in Orlando, Fla. Aero-TV Checks On The Health Of The Avionics Industry At AEA 2009 FMI: www.aea****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
6 Nov 2009
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AEA's Outgoing Chairman Talks About The Organization After years in service to the Aircraft Electronics Association, AEA Chairman Michael O'Leary got to follow AEA President Paula Derks in a final official address to the AEA membership. No second fiddle, O'Leary had everyone's attention... and deserved it. O’Leary has served on the AEA board of directors since 1996, first as secretary, and since 2002, as its Chairman. In 1998, Michael was honored as AEA’s Member of the Year. O’Leary is an avionics sales manager with Midcoast Aviation, Cahokia, Ill. In other words, avionics-wise, he's been there and done it all. O'Leary spoke of education, the work of the Board, his fellow AEA staffers, and the headway the association has been making toward a transition to "a need for change" as AEA's metamorphosis continues in a manner befitting the times. He praised Derk's "Lean, Mean staff" and to all the others who he valued in his service to the organization. In his final note to the assemblage, O'Leary noted (obviously referring to the economic issues we all face), "We can do this. We can pull this thing out. We've done it before. We can do it again." “We are purposely choosing to emphasize the positive attributes of the industry this week,” said Paula Derks, president of the Aircraft Electronics Association on the opening day of this year’s annual convention and trade show, which took place from April 1 to 4, at the Gaylord Texan Resort in Dallas. Setting this tone seemed to work as nearly 1,500 attendees crowded the AEA Exhibit Hall and the meeting rooms to research products and gain knowledge through educational forums on technical and regulatory issues. Among the positive highlights of this year’s convention were: More than 31 companies taking part in the “New Product Introductions” session. More than 140 companies and organizations displaying during the trade show. Attendees receiving more than 75 hours of FAA-accepted technical training classes. “It would be premature to announce the light at the end of the tunnel,” Derks said, “but many of the manufacturers told me they are making good contacts and writing orders at the booths, which means their dealers — our members — are buying product.” Next year’s AEA International Convention & Trade Show is set from April 7-10, 2010, at the Gaylord Palms Resort in Orlando, Fla. Aero-TV Checks In With Outgoing AEA Chairman Michael O'Leary FMI: www.aea****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
6 May 2009
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