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What if you could take any picture from your iPhone and instantly turn it into a visual job ad for your business, then easily share it across your social media channels? Well there's an app for that and its name is InstaJob. Join our hosts Michael Marlatt and Kay Kelison as they chat with Chris Russell from CareerCloud to discuss Instajob, a newly launched iPhone app designed to help you humanize your company and drive traffic to your career sites.
About Our Guest
Chris Russell | @ChrisRussell
Considered the 'Mad Scientist of Online Recruiting', Chris Russell is an Entrepreneur and a Talent Acquisition Manager who's been working in the online recruiting space since 1999 when he launched his first job board. You can find Chris across social media but especially on Twitter @chrisrussell.
Using InstaJob in your social recruiting will help in three ways.
1. More targeted traffic to your career site.
2. Employment branding through pictures.
3. Better social engagement.
InstaJob is currently available only for iOS, an Android app is planned for 2014. To learn more, visit http://www.careercloud.com/instajob/
Sharon L. Simmons has been busy. She is the creator of the revolutionary iGotEm app. You can download the app here. This community-oriented app transforms everyday citizens into crime fighters. But she di dnot stop there. She has become and STEM advocate for under represented communities. As part of her efforts, she has recently received an award from YesWeCode founder, Van Jones, while she was particiapting in the first ever HackaThon to take place during the 2014 Essence Music Festival in New Orleans. Simmons is also a published author. Her new book How to Get the App Outta Your Head (available on Kindle) tells her inspiring story and provides a road map for would be technology entrepreneurs. Sharon drops by on Thursday to share with us what inspired her to create a mobile phone app from her head that has led her all the way to Ghana. This is an inspiring and fascinating story that everyone should hear. Don't miss it!
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9:30 Chat about Hair Decoded Calender APP to help hairstylists with scheduling, photos and more: Guest, Shauna Graham
SHORT BIO Shauna Graham is a digital media developer, entrepreneur and founder of the lifestyle mobile solution, Hair Decoded Calendar app. It was her mother’s refusal to permit her girls to the hair salon that incited Shauna’s creative exploration with hairstyles and her eventual passion for the beauty industry. Before long, her trademark knack for novel solutions to everyday problems started to germinate and during high school, and she innovated a mobile hair-braiding salon for women who wanted quick access to beauty services in their areas. Hair Decoded is Shauna’s initial mobile app following the success of her online hair culture magazine and community,Vissa Studios. In addition to being a full-time entrepreneur, Shauna currently studies Digital Communications & Media at New York University.
Join our Match Entrepreneur Radio Show and meet Paul Kemp, the Founder of http://TheAppGuy.co . Paul is an app builder who gives back by releasing free podcast interviews with NY Times Best Selling Authors, Entrepreneurs, Millionaires, Start-up Founders and App Developers.
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This installment of The Forbidden Fruit will explore the wonderful world of App! Is there really an App for everything? What is your favorite app you can't live without? Are most of your apps for fun are productivity? Are you Apple or Android? Talk to us. Do you know any really cool Apps that you want to share?
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In July 2013, 23 year-old Jared Arms launched the revolutionary Kylar App. In less than one year, Kylar boast more than 390,000 users worldwide. What is it? How did he build it? What led to the creation of such a popular social media application and what advice does he have for young tech entrepreneurs? Tune in for our conversation on Friday July 11th, 2014 and find out.
In this episode of Epilepsy.com's Hallway Conversations, Dr. Joseph Sirven, Professor of Neurology at Mayo Clinic Arizona and Editor-in-Chief of Epilepsy.com, interviews Shark Tank Competiton winners Amir Helmy, inventor of the Seizario App, and his father Ahmed Helmy, Associate Professor, Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) Department, University of Florida. The Seizario app will alert loved ones when the owner of the phone is having a seizure.
The Helmys won the $75,000 Audience Award at the Shark Tank Competition during the 2014 Epilepsy Pipeline Conference.
Adam Biggers of Bleacher Report breaks down Michigan's 52-14 season-opening trouncing of Appalachian State in five minutes, brought to you by @a2iwheels and @FanDuel.
Devin Gardner and Devin Funchess led the way in the first half for the Wolverines, who entered the break with a 35-0 lead due in part to Funchess' three touchdowns.
Ushering in the No. 1 jersey in style, Funchess, a junior, made difficult catches look like child's play en route to becoming the first Wolverines receiver to open the year with a trio of six-pointers.
Derrick Green and De'Veon Smith combined for 285 yards and three touchdwons. Smith scored twice, Green once.
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Scott Falbo of Front 9 Technologies is the developer of iJuor. iJuror is an iPad app that helps attorneys not only pick juries but provides a systematic menthod for rating jurors. It allows lawyers to put away their pen and paper chart and step into the 21st Century. Host Ed Heyburn provides his perspective on how lawyers can and should use iJuror in their cases.
We cover the news in the Open Source Movement in software and hardware development for the good of the humanity.The people and ideas that make this Movement great.
Cubrimos las noticias en el Movimiento de Código Abierto en el desarrollo de software y hardware para el bien del pueblo humanity.The e ideas que hacen de este gran movimiento.
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Meet the founders of Sober Chat, the first ever "location sensitive" mobile chat application for those in recovery from addiction/alcoholism. "Location sensitive" means that the people page will be populated with people that are close by, similar to dating apps such as Scruff and Grindr.
In each episode of Nicholas Snow Live, Producer/Host Nicholas Snow focuses on "Connecting the Circuitry of Humanity." This is a show about making a difference. Worldwide, listeners downloaded podcasts from The SnowbizNow Entertainment Network over 1.5 million times in the first two years following the world premiere of SnowbizNow on July 1st, 2012. The presenting sponsor for this episode is Intervention 911, part of Ken Seeley Communities (Nicholas Snow Productions LLC is honored to also produce the podcast, Intervention 911 with Ken Seeley, available at this link.)
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Steven Isham a Special Education Teacher and child advocate for 39 years; 1975 to Present
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Over my career I have participated in or supervised hundreds of Special Education meetings. The Special Education law, the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, requires school districts to provide the Parental Rights and Procedural Safeguards at the “Fully Informed Consent” standard. And yet the speed of the meeting, the language, vocabulary, and acronyms used make it nearly impossible to achieve that high standard.
Parents rarely understand the “full” consequences of these life altering decisions they are required to make regarding their child’s education and services. To make an informed decision Parents must be able to understand “all” aspects of the process as well as the risks and benefits of Special Education services and placement. If they do not understand the language then the clearly do not understand and are certainly not fully informed. They are at a disadvantage.
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