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Are we feuling our own Destruction
Is it even possible to achieve unity
How do we stop financing every other peoples dreams except our own
Clive Bundy achieved a standoff with the US government, having committed a crime and the United States Government Backed down, The People of Ferguson were protesting peacefully and met with rubber bullets, whats the difference???
Today I'll be talking to myself (because my special guests either ruin my show or dont show up) about the following topics:
Tinder, what's up with it? Did I try it? Experiences with meeting people online.
Why the USA shuts down for something as dumb a sports tv show that got nothing to do with you.
Steve Jobs and iPhones
I'll prob talk about Kanye West too.
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The trailer for Who Pays the Price? on YouTube already has more than one million views. The film was cited in front page features on Upworthy, Huffington Post and The Nation. More than 300 news articles have been written on the topics revealed in the film since March 2014, when the trailer was first posted.
Heather White's perspectives on Apple Computer’s labor challenges in its Chinese factories have previously appeared in the U.S. and European media, including The New York Times, Bloomberg, CNN, The Philadelphia Inquirer, NPR, and European newspapers.
For the last three years, Heather White was a Network Fellow at Harvard University’s Edmund Safra Center for Ethics. Her investigative work on transparency in global supply chains has led to improved industry standards in social auditing and verification practices.
Heather is the founder and former Executive Director (1995-2005) of Verité, (www.verite.org) a non-profit organization that has won international recognition for its efforts to reduce labor violations in factories producing for American consumer brands. That organization has been recognized by the Clinton Global Initiative and is the recipient of numerous awards including Skoll Foundation, “Scientific American 50” award for Policy Leadership in Manufacturing, and Fast Company’s “Social Capital” award 2004.
The filmmaker was previously a MacArthur Foundation and Ford Foundation grantee for her human rights work. This victory for Heather and her powerful filmmaking venture is not the end.
Hello Family! and Welcome back this week to our Clips and Tips Segment. So glad you could drop by as we love to bring it for you each week with the latest industry trends, and we have a great show in store for you tonight. Tune in with us as we capture the new wave technology with Smart Digital Technology Designs and how they are revolutionizing our industry. We look closely at tv's advanced gesture recognition software and show how its really dominating computers now with combination voice, gestures and facial recognition. We also talk about OLED screens,(Organic Light Emiting Diodes) and how they are a contributing factor to today's technology, so be sure to join us tonight!
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Overprotective leads to becoming an internet extraordinaire!
From rocks and stones, paper and pens, to iPads and iPhones, the next generation will be apart of an online world. An individuals online presence will soon determine how successful their business will be. IT is true, there is an app for that!
With highly overprotective parents growing up, Shivanee Patel was restricted from socializing with the outside world. After years of being stuck within the walls of her bedroom, she knew she had the World Wide Web in her hands. By 15 years old, Shivanee Patel was an internet extraordinaire! By senior year of high school, college graduates and professionals were requesting Shivanee's services for Resumes, Social Media, and Graphic Design.
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Heather S. White, the award-winning, non-profit executive and researcher with 25 years of experience in international advocacy on labor and human rights issues released on You Tube and Facebook scenes from her unfinished film depicting the terrible human toll on young Chinese workers in the production of iPhones, mobilizing activists to pressure Apple. Becoming a movement, it took on a life of its own, ultimately championed by such activist organizations as China Labor Watch and Green America.
White's Who Pays the Price?, the Human Cost of Cheap Electronics profiles injured and chemically poisoned young Chinese workers in factories that manufacture the world's leading electronics brands. Several of her subjects have been discarded by their factories after being diagnosed with leukemia. Others suffered debilitating accidents from faulty machinery. Many return to their villages where they become incurably ill with no healthcare coverage--left to suffer, decline and struggle to survive.
The film offers an opportunity to meet the workers who are paying the price for cheap electronics. The remarkably authentic film is both touching and brutally honest. So real, that Silicon Valley companies have consistently declined interview requests. White has spent nearly two years researching and filming 100+ hours in China for Who Pays the Price?
For moreinformation visit: http://whopaysfilm.org/
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Episode 49 – 08/13/2014 – A year in jail for 20 over in Virginia
20 miles over in VA class 1 misdemeanor and a year in jail;
Robin Williams career and the challenges of depression;
Immigration reform and the children now enrolled in schools;
Political attack radio stations and the culture of fear;
Dispute over the ship allegedly carrying oil in the Gulf of Mexico;
Ebola pandemic and the treatment of American doctors and the vaccine;
Kool-Aid and Popsicles but not if the government is watching;
Eel lives to a ripe old age of at least 155 and fish longevity generally;
iPhones and Terry’s review of smart phones, generally.
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Facebook wants to challenge Google's dominance of the online ad space, Moves by Apple and Google have some law enforcement officials worried, What Alibaba means to some startups and new iPhones being smuggled into China are fetching high prices. Hank Weisbecker reports.