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On the Sept 21 edition, Scott covers some book and other resource recommendations for the agrarian resistance. He will also cover some other topics, take questions from the chat room and your phone calls.
Billlie Young, Senior Advisor with NAEYC's Early Childhood Workforce Systems Initiative shares some of the recommendations in the recent NAEYC Public Policy Report "Strategic Directions: Technical Assistance Professionals in State Early Childhood Professional Development Systems" which she authored. Billie shares her perspective on: The importance of determining how we should integrate into our field's profession the emerging area of work done by early childhood technical a
Ok, so we April Fooled ya 2 weeks ago, so TONIGHT will be the real April annual tradition! Garney, Jamey, and Jason will each unveil ten more individual choices for recommendations for some of the best obscure, forgotten, or underappreciated movies. Get ready to take some notes about some really good films you should track down and see!
A new month arrives, and Garney, Jason, and Jamey are back to discuss movies and so much more. Continuing an annual tradition, each of us will unveil ten more individual choices for recommendations for some of the best obscure, forgotten, or underappreciated movies. Get ready to take some notes about some really good films you should track down and see!
Highly successful business leader, T. J. Kirkland, provides the steps to building a successful home based business. Now, in these terribly tough times, people are really struggling to make ends meet, people that have been laid off have been struggling to find work and bills are mounting. Listen to our show today, and find out what you can do now to make money, part time, full time, anytime!
Broadcasting live from Christchurch New Zealand, join Caleb Barlow, Luciano Camargo, John Fennell, Drew Clark, Stephen Dill and Erick Brethenoux on a special assignment as part of the Smarter Cities Challenge. The city of Christchurch recently suffered a series of earthquakes which caused massive damage in the central city and some suburban areas along with the death of 185 people. Most of the central city area is unusable as nearly 70% of commercial buildings are scheduled to be demolished. In the next 10 years, an estimated $40 billion will be invested in rebuilding and renewing Christchurch. This team of 6 IBM executives are on the ground in Christchurch working with city leaders, investors, students and innovators to provide recommendations on how to make the city smarter and more effective. The opportunity here is simply amazing – a high quality of life, easy access to the outdoors, a well educated English speaking workforce and a growth in GDP that already rivals China and they are just getting started. In this episode we put the regular IT dialog aside and talk about the incredible opportunity for entrepreneurs, innovators and investors in the coming years in Christchurch as it rebuilds.
To see a video of what we are discussing go to YouTube:
You can also follow our progress on the #smartercities challenge blog:
An overview of the rebuild plan can be found in this video:
Founding Partner Elisa Camahort Page, returns to talk about the upcoming national Blogher 13 Conference in July. Key tracks, content, topics and speakers. What's the state of the union for "blogging" today and the panel she was on with Alicia Keys! BlogHer is a community and media company created in partnership with women in social media. Lisa Stone, Elisa Camahort Page and Jory Des Jardins founded BlogHer in 2005 in response to the question, “Where are all the women bloggers?”
Today, BlogHer is the largest community of women who blog: 55 million unique visitors per month (January 2013, Nielsen Site Census). Engaged, influential and info-savvy, these women come to BlogHer to seek and share advice, opinions and recommendations.
What is asthma, anyway? What causes it? And, how can it be controlled and even prevented?
These questions will be answered along with 10 Holistic Recommendations given to help YOU act on asthma!
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