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James M. Breaker, Jr LTC, Retired U.S. Army. I have deep roots in Jacksonville's northside community. I’m a devoted family man, married for 32 years, the father of five sons and 2 grandchildren. The Breakers are long time active members of St. Pius the V Catholic Church where I serve as an Extra Ordinary Minister of the Eucharist. I attended Jacksonville area schools and is a proud graduate of William M. Raines Class of 1971. I earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a major in Marketing/Management from the University of North Florida. After graduating from college, I was commissioned as an Officer in the United States Army. I served honorably in "Operation Enduring Freedom" and retired at the rank of LTC after 26 years of service to our country.
I declined several promising job offers because I feel that I’m needed more in my community. As a Real Estate Developer, I have continued to work in the community by revitalizing commercial and residential property for the beautification and economic development of our community. I am already heavily involved in community and business development plans for District 8 (The District of Soul). I have been a businessman in District 8 for over 25 years and a Real Estate Developer for more than 10 years. I have successfully developed real estate in Sweet Water/West Jacksonville, East Jacksonville, New Town as well as the District of Soul. I’m an avid lifetime supporter of business development in the northwest quadrant and active Board Member for the Jacksonville Black Chamber of Commerce, First Coast Chapter of the National Business League, District of Soul and Jacksonville Youth Works. I am also a member of the SCLC, Knights of Peter Claver, Knights of Columbus, American Legion Post and the VFW.
Contact info: email@example.com www.jamesbreaker.com
We are joined by, Antoinette Kuritz Book Developer, Publicist, Media Coach, Author, Publishing Expert and Founder of the LaJolla Writers Conference …is up-to-her-keyboard in the art craft and business of writing. Former educator and bookseller, Antoinette turned her love of words into a multi-media enterprise, taking writers from inspiration to publication; and representing authors from new to New York Times Bestsellers. Antoinette has inspired Chicken Soup mogul Mark Victor Hanson, launched the national career of psychic medium John Edward, worked with Carl Reiner, Betty White, Joseph Wambaugh, Depak Chopra, and her favorite, Dr. Benjamin Spock.
Going Gray- with something to say! - Getting your words out in the new world of Publishing. Wisdom is often associated with grey hair, especially among those with grey hair. And yet, with the democratization of publishing, the people who write to publish run the entire spectrum of age, gender, race, and sexuality. What they all have in common is the need to learn the business side of the art craft and business of writing.
Those of us grey enough to remember the “ Who’s on first” skit, perhaps the best remembered, best written comedic skit of all time, performed by the greats Bud Abbot and Lou Costello- is a great description to the confusion, misinformation and outright fraud that is now part and parcel of the newly democratized world of publishing.
Now that you have joined the 80% of Americans who think they have a book in them, you had better learn the game before you get up to bat! Self- publishing and the internet surely did open the gate for you to get onto the field. But the tenfold increase in published books has also helped the crooks, so the publishing game just got bigger---not easier!
From Oxy Clean to Yak Fiber and now Allure Fine Fiber Wash! Eileen Koop is the amazing mind behind this AWESOME new product that you simply must have. Listen in and learn about Eileen and the new product.
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Kevin Hudson, originally from Ohio, has been in Atlanta since 2008. He currently works as an IT Engineer Intern for a retail forecast company in the city of downtown Atlanta and he also works as a freelance Web Developer. For more than seven years total he's been building his skill sets, knowledge, and utilization of tools he's received to embark on journeys of turning thoughts into reality. Kevin aims to take his vision and experience and help others experience organic growth.
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As promised, an episode about indie developers: where they were before, where they are now, and where they're headed. Ilya Arbit and Michael Raiz are going to talk about this while Ilya plays Limbo for the first time. Limbo is an indie puzzle side-scroller game by a Danish developer Playdead, highly praised during its XBLA debut and later found further success on PS3 and more recently on PS Vita.
Carolyn Bendall, Fashion Critic and blogger (www.carolynbendall.com), discusses subjects, trends, or products within the beauty and fashion industry, focusing on Your True Colours, and how it applies to you, the individual.
Manzoor Jaffery is a pharmacist/Chemist and has 40 years experience in Cosmetics manufacturing. He made this cream (VenoDefense ) for himself to lighten a small discoloration on his face. He was experimenting on biofermentation. And, an entire skin care line, Innarah was created.
Day two from the Intel Developer Forum brings you Billy Cox (Intel) and Jeff Autor (HP) chatting about RSA and API standardization, Nidhi Chappen (Intel) on upcoming Intel processors, Jim Comfort (IBM) on the company's SoftLayer cloud computing platform, and Scott Lowe (VMware) on datacenter networking. More guests still to come!
Allyson will be live from the technology showcase of the Intel Developer Forum with guests including Maxta covering data center networking, Intel Futurist Brian David Johnson on upcoming technology trends, Jonathan Donaldson from Intel talking data center orchestration, and Paul Miller from Cloud of Data on cloud computing. More guests still to come
Allyson will be live from the technology showcase of the Intel Developer Forum with Cathy Spence from Intel IT taking cloud-aware applications, Mario Paniccia (Intel) on Silicon Photonics, Das Kamhout, a principal engineer from Intel IT on intelligent data centers, and Ben Kepes, a cloud blogger and thought leader. More guests still to come!
Sex can bring us closer together, but how close is too close? How soon is too soon? When it comes to intimacy what are we really afraid of? Join host Sasha Sekinger as she interviews Dr. Bob Wright in the first of the series The Kama Sutra in Conversation.
Considered by many to be one of the leading thinkers in human development, Dr. Bob Wright (www.drbobwright.com) is an internationally recognized visionary, educator, program developer, author, speaker, relationships expert, entrepreneur, consultant, and executive coach.
Dr. Bob founded the Graduate Institute for the Realization of Human Potential and the Foundation for Transformational Leadership. Dr. Bob Wright’s degrees include a BA in Sociology, MA in Communications, MSW in Clinical Social Work, and a Doctorate in Education, Leadership, and Change.
EP20 -Interview with Warren Bird, the New Zealand developer of the HECS patented apparel, find out how HECS came to be developed by a Kiwi.
Will HECS work for you? I was not convinced, but after talking to Warren I am going to give it a try!
HECS patented technology works by blocking the human electric signal.
HECS is based on 3 simple scientific principles.
1: All living creatures emit a measurable electrical energy signal.
2: Many animals can detect electrical energy.
3: A conductive screen known as a Faraday cage can block electrical energy.
HECS Stealthscreen is made of conductive carbon fibers uniquely woven to block the human electric signal.
HECS allows hunters, photographers, wildlife researchers and divers to get closer to animals in their natural undisturbed state.
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The lovely Maggie Bridges won the coveted title of Miss Georgia last June and went on to compete at the Miss America pageant in Atlantic City, NJ in September 2014.
Throughout her reign as Miss Georgia, Maggie has been committed to her personal platform of “Impacting Others Through Volunteerism” statewide. Maggie has given over 800 hours of volunteer service to a wide variety of worthwhile causes. She is also a Team Developer for the Hands On Network, a national organization headquartered in Atlanta, which connects people to volunteer opportunities in their communities. Maggie uses her speaking engagements, media interviews and personal appearances as Miss Georgia encouraging others to volunteer. She is also a statewide ambassador for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, the Miss America Organization’s national charitable partner.
A scholar at the Georgia Institute of Technology, at the conclusion of her year of service as Miss Georgia, she will complete her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with a minor in Information Technology. Maggie then plans to earn a Doctor of Pharmacy degree and open her own pharmacy.
Maggie is a popular vocalist who enjoys performing at events and in churches throughout the state. A personal highlight was singing the National Anthem at Turner Field before an Atlanta Braves game.
For more information about the Miss Georgia Scholarship Pageant, visit www.missga.org
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