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Web of Benefit was created as a not-for-profit organization by women affected by domestic violence, for women escaping domestic violence, with the "soul" purpose of promoting liberation and personal independence of women in the Greater Boston area, while breaking the inter-generational cycle of abuse. Our goal is to recognize and aid in the reclamation of the power of the feminine spirit, while assisting women in reaching their highest potential, free from the threat of violence. Web
Skip Raddison was injured in a match just before Easter. As he is hit with unexpected medical bills and the inability to work, the local wrestling community is coming together to help him. WCWO's Outlaw Arena will be the site for a wrestling benefit to help curb some of the high medical bills for Skip. We will be having Skip come on Turnbuckle to explain the situation and what to expect when you visit Outlaw Arena for the benefit.
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Sports Entertainers from different parts of the country are coming together in Columbus, IN so that they can stomp out cancer. A week away from the benefit we'll be joined by members of the roster as we preview the show. We'll get all of the important details so you're prepared for a night of wrestling and supporting a good cause.
Join ‘She’ and Christina Lundberg as they discuss the story behind her film “For the Benefit of all Beings the Life of His Eminence Garchen Triptrul Rinpoche. Christina shares the treasure that is discovered when self grasping dissolves. The possibility within living life from non-dualistic perspective and loving all beings with equanimity in our heart...perfecting wisdom and compassion. Connect:
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The "We-oriented" website is probably the most horrible type of corporate website.
Company-centric websites are full of news, events, and fluff, but fail to explain how any of it benefits the customer. Often there is no guidance on selecting the best product for a specific customer situation.
You've seen websites that were so busy strutting around, bragging about their company that you couldn't figure out which of their products was best suited to your situation.
You've see websites that were cold, aloof, dismal, with no photos of people smiling as they used a product to solve a problem, enhance a lifestyle, or satisfy a need.
Here's why you should not focus on your company or even your products, but on customer needs.
Make your website more prductive in achieving business goals. Communicate how your products solve customer problems -- and how your company is differentiated from competitors.
SHOW NOTE: A web designer calls in to my show and adds some great remarks about incorporating a blog into the website, using Facebook, obtaining web content, and related issues.
We are joined in the studio for a special broadcast this afternoon to speak to Jenna Kozel, consumer security advocate at Lookout, a security technology company located in San Francisco and Anbu Anbalagapandian, Senior Software Engineer at Lookout, to talk about Charity:water is a non-profit organization that's been bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in developing nations since 2006. Lookout is a company of hackers who create software that protects people and their most sensitive data from mobile threats. Lookout believes in "Hacking for Good" and is committed to supporting charitable projects, like Charity:Water that use technology to have an impact on the world. On Wed., May 22 at 9:00PM, Lookout is hosting a benefit concert for Charity:Water featuring Meklit Hadero. All proceeds will go to a Charity:Water project in Ethiopia. About Melkit Hadero: Born in Ethiopia and raised in San Francisco, Meklit's music influences range wide — from the jazz and soul favorites she grew up on; to the hip-hop and art-rock she loves; to folk traditions from the Americas to East Africa. Named a 2012 TED Senior Fellow, Meklit has served as an artist-in-residence at De Young Museum, New York University and Red Poppy Art House. The event will feature a live set from Meklit and her band, along with a full bar.
Join Lights Cameras Fashion radio live from Lucky Iris Studio's Buckhead Ga March 21st 8 pm est as we launch the "Pay it Forward" series by introducing the newest additions to the Hosting staff , their new show and The Count down to the Co Ed Celebrity B- Ball Classic benefiting Homeless Mothers with Children. Introducing new hosts of a long awaited show "Single Mothers Rise Up" with the beautiful Lina G and Adrianne Michelle as well as the most talented hosting team pound for pound of our new show "Hip Hop Awards Show", rising R&B star Hakim, the hardest working Hip Hop lyricist AllStar and every beautiful Model Starrey Eyes.Call in at 773-897-6301 to talk to our host and guest.This is a True Life MediaGroup productionPay it forward.Countdown to CoEd Celebrity B-Ball benefit
What does it mean to be self taught and can anyone do it? Is the field of design all about talent? Is there a lack of recognition of minorities in the design field? Join us for Wednesday's edition of Ming Magick w/ Lady Dee as we build with award winning web designer, Erik Ford to discuss how he went from the music industry to web designer as well as how we can make the creative arts field more recognizable to our youth.
Erik Ford is an award winning web designer and one of the founding principals of Him and Her creative studio and We Are Pixel8, Inc. He grew up in Harlem, New York and studied at Wesleyan University, where he received his degree in African American studies with concentrations in Literature and History. Erik worked in the music industry for over 15 years, most recently as the Vice President of Urban Promotions at Atlantic Records. After his departure, he became a self-taught web designer and developer. Erik has gone on to receive numerous accolades for his work from Awwwards, Best Web Gallery, Design Fridge, The Best Designs, Siimple and Creattica Design Gallery, to name a few. Erik is a father of two and currently resides in San Antonio, TX. During his down time you can find him reading comic books or watching the New York Giants.
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Mike Rush who is the Program Manager for Knowbility which is an organization that promotes Equal Access to Technology for People with Disabilities.
Mike shares the mission of Knowbility to train and educate web designers and empower non-profits with accessibly designed websites. We also learn why it is important for the entire web to be accessible plus the search and discoverability benefits to having an accessible website.
To find out more about accessible web design or about their upcoming AccessU event May 14-16, 2013, contact Knowbility at 512-305-0310 or TTY 800-735-2989 or eamil them at email@example.com
Jennifer and Luis focus on topics and interviews related to all things media, technology, social, and marketing topics that help the everyday person better understand what's happeing, what it means, and how it can help.