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Going Viral™ was started to promote and support Local Artist, Performers, Entertainers, those with Digital Material (Photos, Videos, Music) could post in the group, and their fellow members would Comment, Critique, and Share Each Others Work... With so many people dedicated to sharing, Our Work would Go Viral! So FOr the Next 30 Minutes will be Uninterrupted Local and Indie Music...
We will discuss what it takes to have a business or opportunity go viral. Disscussion on using social media, evoving technologies, and other methods. Show will then introduce an Opportunity that just started. We will see where it is at now and how to move at a fast pace on taking it viral. Your hosts for the show will be Serial Entrepreneur Barry White and Financial Guru Fabian Harris guest speakers will include Lord Tomer and Dr Kenneth Lewis Sr.
Viral Mythology: How the Truth of the Ancients was Encoded and Passed Down through Legend, Art, and Architecture
Behind every myth, fairy tale, and legend--hidden within the art, song, and structures of ancient times--is an encoded layer of wisdom, science, and truth passed down throughout history. This book will examine how information went "viral" long before the Internet, and served as the foundation for mythology, sacred architecture, and symbolic imagery throughout the ancient world.
Viral Mythology reveals:
How primitive and ancient cultures conveyed cutting-edge scientific knowledge in their origin stories and myths
Why esoteric knowledge was hidden in symbols, art, and architecture during times of religious oppression and persecution
How stories, songs, and art served to describe actual historical events
Why diverse civilizations told the same stories and created the same art with common themes and symbols, despite no apparent communication
From the great myths of the Greek, Roman, and Norse to the texts of the world's major religions, from folklore and fairy tales of old to sacred edifices and monuments, from cave paintings to the mysterious symbology of the Tarot,Viral Mythology uncovers the information highway of the past, and explores how it affects the more modern methods of communication today.
It all began once upon a time...
Marie is also a screenwriter currently developing “AURORA,” a science fiction feature film with Bruce Lucas Productions. She is also the author and co-author of over 100 inspirational books for PIL/New Seasons, as well as hundreds of articles, essays and stories in magazines, online ezines, newspapers and anthologies, including five Chicken Soup for the Soul books.
Topic : - Virus, Vaccines and the importance of Anti-viral Aromatherapy Oils.
Most essential oils have some antiviral properties, but some are much better at combatting and treating viruses than others! Try to start using oils as soon as your symptoms start....it's easier to fend off viruses if they are caught early. In fact, using them as prevention is probably the best course of action! For example, some essential oils are beneficial for improving and boosting your immune system......but certain ones work better against specific viruses. Just to get you started here are some great, easy to get hold of antiviral essential oils such as: bergamot, cinnamon bark, clary sage, clove, dill, anise, eucalyptus, geranium, juniper, lavender, lemongrass, Melissa, neroli, rose, rosemary, tea tree and thyme.
More about the Antiviral Essential Oils:Viruses give rise to pro-teiform pathologies, some of which medical science can do nothing to cure. Classic responses to these infections are very limited, so essential oils are a godsend in treating viral problems, from the most common to the most fearsome. The molecules from many chemical families have shown an in-vitro antiviral activity, among them monoterpenols and monoterpenals. The cineole – monoterpenol synergy is used to treat viral pathologies of the respiratory tract (widely seen in temperate climes). This synergy can be found in many essential oils that come from trees of the Myrteceae family; these have been known forever for their interest in the treatment of pulmonary diseases. Another couple, linalool oxide – linalool (Hissopus off. var. decumbens) is also interesting for viral pathologies of the lower respiratory tract. Ketones, and especially rare cryptone, have shown an interesting capacity to fight naked viruses.
We have all seen the reports flying across social media about a new "cure" for HIV. As a person living with HIV and as an activist, these reports drive me crazy since they are sensationalized stories used for click-bait. Media outlets know that using a keyword such as "cure" will increase the amount of traffic to there sight and so forth. I for one think that we need to remove the word "cure" from our vocabulary completely. The current state of HIV research has shown that the more we learn about HIV, the more we learn that we do not know..
Everyone wants a "cure" however what is the current state of effrots in the United States to pressure law makers, big pharma and so on to actually push even further into "cure" research? When was the last time that you went to a rally for an "HIV Cure"?
It is my opinion that each one of us must hold the media and each other accountable for recklessly throwing the c-word around. Every time the word "cure" is used, it relays that this eipdemic is over. This epidemic will not be over until we have zero new-infection. This epidemic will not be over until we have zero mother-to-child transmission (a goal that we are close to reaching).
This week we'll be discussing the case of Chris Harris, a school board member from a small town in Northeast Texas who shared racist views on Facebook following the acquittal of Darren Wilson and rioting in Ferguson, MO. Images of those racist statements were posted to Logicast host Jared Smith's blog, where the story was picked up by the national media and went viral. The ensuing coverage has left a small town deeply divided and Chris Harris has now tendered his resignation.
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25 year old Byron Tennell Reddick, born on March 30, 1989 is from a very small town in Mississippi called Friars Point. In his family circle he has 3 sisters and 1 brother. He graduated from Coahoma Agricultural High School. Byron is gay and he knew he was at an early age. In his own words, he explains why. “The way I knew of my preference, was because I was never attracted to women. I felt that all of the things a woman wanted from a man, I did too, such as being romantic, being protected, loved, being cared for and being submissive. That is how I came into this world feeling that way. I didn't come out until my first year of college because my biggest fear was coming out to my parents, because I knew how my mother felt about Gay people. She would make comments like, “God made Adam and Eve not Adam and Steve”. After hearing stuff like that made it hard for me. When I did tell her that I was Gay, she didn't understand it, but she accepted me, which made our relationship stronger than ever! My father and I still to this day, haven't talked about it”. Byron had an entourage of feminine friends who use to come and talk to him about their men problems. He says that he gave them advice on how to handle the situation until one day a friend suggested that he needed his own talk show, because being a gay man, he knew how a woman should be treated by a man. He adds that he knew how men assumed that they have the best of both worlds and at that moment, Byron says that is when it all clicked for him .
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Welcome to Jargonorrhea Live – A viral marketing show for leaders. Serious tips and a sense of fun.
I am Kathy Klotz-Guest, founder of Keeping it Human, coming to you live from San Jose, CA, in Silicon Valley. This show airs Thursdays at 3:30 PM PDT. We help business and marketing executives and their teams humanize what they do by telling their most important company, product and customer stories to the world.
This podcast is all about making marketing more human, fun and effective. We are a jargon-monoxide-poisoning free zone. Leave a comment on the blog.
Business Storytelling - The Power of Vulernability
Often times, business storytelling fails to create emotional resonance that sticks. And in many cases, these stories fail because they lack vulnerability. Yet, vulnerability is key to not only great storytelling; it's key to differentiation.
Join me July 30th at 3:30PM PDT for a podcast on the power of vulnerability to create better and more differentiated stories.
Unfortunately, some people believe that HIV/AIDS is over. Many of us know better. While the leaders of the early movement are very visibile to some -- names like Peter Staley and Mark Harrington come to mind -- some are unsure about who will be leading the movement of tomorrow. More importantly, what will the HIV/AIDS epidemic look like in the future? Today, we will speak with four young activists who recently presented at New York City's LGBT Center about their work as young HIV/AIDS activists. We will talk with Kyle Bella, the founder of Our Viral Lives, a digital narrative project, Martez Smith, an HIV+ black public health student, Kia Labeija an artist and photographer and a part of New York City's famed House of Labeija and Charlie Ferrusi, an MPH student who hopes to enter the world of government work and make advocacy for underrepresented populations his focus.
You can follow Mathew Rodriguez on Twitter at @mathewrodriguez.
You can follow Aaron Laxton on Twitter at @aaronlaxton.
Joining host Kelly Scanlon is Anne Cull, founder of ThinkViral, a social media sales training company. Tune in to discover ways businesses can use social media to cultivate sales leads without spamming.
Anne is a Los Angeles transplant with more than 15 years of sales experience, both on and off line. Four and a half years ago, the economy tanked, and Anne saw traditional sales methods going out the window and people depending more on relationships and referrals to stay in business. With more businesses online than ever before, she filled the need for more referrals by started a social media sales training company called ThinkViral.
Listen to more shows hosted by Kelly Scanlon in the Smart Companies archives.
Ann Coulter-The author of Ten NY Times Bestsellers does not let the facts get in the way with her latest book, Adios America! The Left's Plan To Turn Our Country Into A Third World Hellhole
Samantha Mills-The Good News Girl reports on the latest viral videos from the internet that are getting our attention.
David White-"Art, Religion, Science, Spirituality "is the follow-up to his critically acclaimed On Being Human.
Adam Resnick-talks about his book, "WILL NOT ATTEND: Lively Stories of Detachment and Isolation." The Emmy Award–winning writer began his career at Late Night with David Letterman, has written for Saturday Night Live, and was a co-executive producer and writer for HBO’s The Larry Sanders Show.
Ambassador James Glassman-The system is shutting out alternate candidates, is it time to recognize the huge number of U.S. Independents and let Independent candidates debate?
Dr. Ron Sider-The revised edition of "Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger " considers that in 1978 , 34,000 children still die daily of starvation and preventable disease, and 1.3 billion people, worldwide, remain in abject poverty. Today's solution?
Ulla Reeves-NPCA Clean Air Campaign Manager takes a look at “Polluted Parks” Analysis that Identifies Which Iconic National Parks Have Poor Air Quality