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As described here, the Google Panda and Penguin scare tactics have gone far to deep and are now taking from the SEO conversation, not giving to them. The only people gaining from these Chicken Little articles are the SEO's who can't find anythign else to write about
Dubbed the “Jane Goodall of penguins” by the New York Times, seabirds are Dr. Dee Boersma’s passion. She has shown that even a small oil spill over a hundred kilometers from their nest can cause fork-tailed storm-petrels to feed contaminated food to their offspring and that climate variation can cause Galapagos penguins to desert their eggs and chicks.
Dr. Boersma considers penguins "marine sentinels," sounding the alarm on environmental threats to ocean ecosystems. For 30 years, she has been the director of the WildlifeConservation Society's study of Magellanic penguins at Punta Tombo, Argentina, home of the world's largest colony of Magellanic penguins. Dr. Boersma and her students follow the lives of individual penguins, monitor the colony, and develop the data needed to plan effective conservation efforts. In the Galapagos Islands she is building “condos” to increase the Galapagos penguin population.
Dr. Boersma is co-editor of the recently published book, Penguins Natural History and Conservation. Dr. Boersma is the founder and executive editor of Conservation magazine – an award winning publication dedicated to conservation science.
Dr. Boersma was the recipient of a 2009 Heinz Foundation award for achievements leading toward a cleaner, greener and more sustainable world, a recipient of a 2010 Fulbright fellowship to study wildlife videography in New Zealand, and in 2011 was named one of the Nature Conservancy's "Conservation Heroes of the last 50 years." In 2012, she received the Ocean Conservation Award from the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California.
Today we welcome Jennifer Palmer, former colleague of JT's at Reality Sandwich and fellow pioneer in the zone where synchronicity, dreams, and the internet meet. We discuss parallel dreams, how the number 222 has played a very significant role in the lives of Jennifer, Brough and JT, and Jennifer's new web and film projects.
Jennifer Palmer is a writer, producer and social media strategist who goes by the name TRUE out on the internet. She worked as General Manager of Evolver and Reality Sandwich through the Fall of 2012 when she left and co-founded SynchCast (http://www.synchcast.net), an interactive, video webinar company for next level content. Her essay about interdependence, telepathy and Twitter is in the Penguin anthology, “Toward 2012: Perspectives on the Next Age.” Her writing is also featured in "The Sync Book: Myths, Magic, Media and Mindscapes" and most recently, "Exploring the Edge Realms of Consciousness: Liminal Zones, Psychic Science, and the Hidden Dimensions of the Mind." Jennifer is the writer/narrator of an upcoming feature film about synchronicity called, "Time is Art, The Science of Synchronicity" http://www.thesyncmovie.com/ that tells her personal journey of awakening. In between projects she continues to explore sync and other magic through her off-label use of social media on her blog.
Tonight, on an offsides edition of the Never Daunted Radio Network, we discuss the current level of hypocrisy within the NFL today as they launch a line of clothing designed to show solidarity with the LGBT community all the while making a statement defending what could be the most racist team name in all of professional sports. We'll see just how much the line blurs, and whether or not the time has finally come to let a divisive name and logo fall by the wayside.Later, it's always a good day to die hard, but not in the case of a truck driver from Delaware who is suing the doctor that gave him a penile implant four years ago because the surgery allegedly left the poor bastard with an erection that lasted for eight straight months. Talk about serving hard time.All that and more, tonight on the Never Daunted Radio Network!
Jacob Teitelbaum, MD, is a board certified internist and nationally known expert in the fields of chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, sleep and pain. He is the creator of the popular free iPhone application “Cures A-Z,” and author of the best-selling books From Fatigued to Fantastic! (Avery Penguin), Pain Free 1-2-3(McGraw-Hill), the Beat Sugar Addiction NOW!series (Fairwinds Press), and Real Cause, Real Cure (Rodale). His latest book, The Fatigue and Fibromyalgia Solution (Avery, August 2013, Paperback Original & Ebook) will be available in August and is available for pre-order now (Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other online book stores). He is lead author on several studies showing effective treatment for fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome, and a recent study on effective treatment of autism using NAET. Dr. Teitelbaum does frequent media appearances including Good Morning America, CNN, Fox News Channel, the Dr. Oz Show and Oprah & Friends.
Kim Hines first set foot on the professional stage as a child when she became the member of the Children's Theatre Company in Minneapolis. Kim has performed at Mixed Blood, Illusion, Penumbra and the Guthrie. As a director, Kim has worked with Mu Performing Arts, Park Square, Theater in the Round, The Great American History Theater, Illusion Theater, Theatre Unbound, Augsburg College, Cornell University in New York, University of Northern Iowa and Kansas University. Her writtern work has been produced at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Kim holds a B.A. in Speech & Theater and Visual Art from Macalester College.
Sean Byrd is an actor/director/teacher with a BFA in acting/directing from Stephen F. Austin State University and an MFA in Performance Studies from Western Illinois University. He was a founding company member and Producing Director of Wax Fruit Theatre Company in Chicago. In the Twin Cities, Sean has acted with such threatres as 15 Head: A Theatre Lab, The Minnesota Shakespeare Project, Fifty Foot Penguin, Pig’s Eye, Sandbox and Hardcover. In 2012, he appeared in Walking Shadow Theatre Company’s production of Compleat Female Stage Beauty which won the Ivey Award for Production Excellence. He is a full-time faculty member and director in the Department of Theatre at Normandale College in Bloomington, MN. He is married to director/actor, Anne Byrd. They have one daughter, Terri and two granddaughters, Holly and Harriet.
June is a month where champions are crowned. I cover it like no other on jayreelz Final Word, Wednesday at 8pm. The NBA Finals begin on Thursday. The San Antonio Spurs have punched their ticket out West, where the Miami Heat from the East finally made it after seven grueling games vs. Indiana. I'll preview the Finals, how it may shape up, my prediction and review the intense Eastern Conference Finals last few games. The NHL Conference Finals have begun. The Blackhawks already have a 2-1 series lead over reigning Stanley Cup Champion, LA Kings. While the Bruins have delivered two losses to the high powered Penguin offense as the scene shifts to Boston. I'll delve into both series and how they may shake out through the course of the next week as we get closer to the Stanley Cup Finals. The Mets and Yankees haven't had great weekends. After the stunning four game Subway Series sweep, the Mets took three steps back in getting swept themselves down in Miami, where the Yanks lose the back two of a three game series against the rival Red Sox. I'll check in on the locals as the play Washington and Cleveland, respectively, and go around the Majors for all of the latest. I'll also deliver the latest on the French Open as the second week of the tournament is in progress. Plus, preview the Belmont Stakes on Saturday. All of that and much more on your source for New York sports and beyond, jayreelz Final Word.
Would you like to bound out of bed and do a job you love everyday ? That is exactly what Carla Coulson does. Carla switched careers from an unfulfilled businesswoman to a life she loves as a photographer.
Carla is an Australian living and working inParis and married to an Italian. She started out in photography late in life. At the age of 35 she swapped a small business for a camera and Sydney for Florence, where she studied photography. Carla then went on to further study in Sydney and just one short year later had her first photographic story published by Marie Claire Australia.
During the past eleven years her fashion, portraiture and travel photography has been published in Marie Claire, Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue Entertaining and Travelling, Gourmet Traveller, Inside Out, Belle, Collezioni Firenze Magazine and the Australian Women’s Weekly. She has also photographed six photographic books with publisher Penguin and written three of her own.
In 2011, Carla moved into full time portraiture with a fashion twist creating images of women full of beauty and emotion. She continues to work with numerous Australian magazines concentrating on portraiture, fashion and interiors. Carla says her road has been long and joyous and she would not swap a day of her new life for anything. For any of you embarking on new adventures, she wishes you all the luckdust and happiness in the world.
You can learn more about Carla and see her beautiful work at: http://carlacoulson.com/