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There is a seismic shift happening where major enterprises are moving away from using proprietary GPS devices that are costly and require specialized training to manage and operate Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
As a result of this shift, we now have more nimble providers who offer GPS units designed for iOS and mobile apps that are highly cost-effective and help organizations easily leverage field data to enhance decision-making.
TerraGo recently announced that it has partnered with Bad Elf, a manufacturer of these types of GPS units.
Today, we are speaking with Brett Hackleman, CTO/Co-founder of Bad Elf.
Hr1 Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's speech.
The NEW Conservative Book Club... it's the Oprah Winfrey book club for the Right (only better)! Editor Christopher Malagisi talks about the site's digital relaunch.
Fact-checking the Keystone XL Pipeline. Obama lied? Say it isn't so.
Hillary Clinton broke Federal law by not having (and using) an official State Department email address for communications.
Hr2 Want to work for a Catholic school? You'll be expected to uphold the church's teachings. Sounds reasonable. Employers have rules. You don't have to take the job. Why is this controversial? It's San Francisco! Anything that doesn't approve of the gay lifestyle must be abolished.
Parenting doesn't look the same as it did 40 years ago, with internet and social media, it's a whole new world. Jake Greene, millennial author, talks about millennial parenting
Hr3 University debates non-discrimination in the clubs. Allowing Christians to run atheist clubs and vice versa. PC run amok.
Multiple cups of coffee MAY reduce your risk of Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's, and Alzheimer's. Sounds like good news.
Store, Marks & Spencer, bans use of words Jesus and Christ in gift messages, but jihad Buddha Allah are ok.
DEA warns of stoned rabbits if Utah passes medical marijuana. Really? That's your biggest concern?
Liberals go crazy over beautiful women working in Scott Walker's office. Is that all they could find? That's not a scandal folks.
Good evening everyone! I'm Jennifer Perry, your host, and this is Promote This! With Jennifer Perry. We are proud to be a part of the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network. If you're listening LIVE, please click the follow button. Promote This! With Jennifer Perry is a copyrighted, trademarked podcast solely owned by Authors On The Air Global Radio Network, LLC.
You can find out about my show and all the radio talk shows in the network by visiting our web site at www.authorsontheair.com, or on FB at Authors on the Air.
I’m an entertainment publicist and the owner of Lone Wolf Communications, LLC. The mission of this show is to show authors different ways to promote their books, and introduce authors who can share useful tips, and while they’re here we get to talk about their books, characters and what’s new.
Blog talk radio shows, like the one you’re listening to now, are a fantastic way to connect with your readers and grow your audience. It’s even better if you use it to interview other authors. There is the good karma of helping someone else along with each of you sharing your audience with other as you promote the show. This is precisely how I met this week’s guest. She’s a very successful author, playwright, actress and speaker who also produces and hosts the popular, and long running, talk radio show “Chatting With Sherri.” I’m delighted to welcome my friend Sherri Rabinowitz.
Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! as Scott interviews a man of many God-given talents, Alton Gansky.
Alton Gansky is the author of twenty-four novels and nine nonfiction works, as well as principal writer of nine novels and two nonfiction books. He has been a Christy Award finalist (A Ship Possessed), an Angel Award winner (Terminal Justice), and recently received the ACFW award for best suspense/thriller for his work on Fallen Angel. He holds a BA and MA in biblical studies and was granted a Litt.D. He lives in central California with his wife.
In addition to his own writing, Gansky has consulted and provided editing/writing services to several CBA publishers and written copy, video scripts, and other works for the general business market. Through Gansky Communications he has consulted with publishers and agents, as well as provided editing services. He is “the go to guy” for co-writing, having been selected by Penguin, Waterbrook, Broadman Holman, and other publishers to work with their top-tier authors.
Gansky is in frequent demand at writers’ conferences. He has taught and keynoted in California, Arizona, New Mexico, North Carolina, Delaware, Washington, and Canada. Gansky has also been guest lecturer on suspense writing at Taylor University in Indiana. He is the director of the premier writers’ conference, Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference (BRMCWC). Discover more about him at http://www.altongansky.com/.
LOS ANGELES -- Scott Walker, Governor of Wisconsin, has a strong lead by a statistically significant margin in a new statewide poll of 600 likely Republican voters in California’s June 7, 2016 presidential primary election conducted by Landslide Communications.
California is a decidedly blue state in which Democratic Governor Jerry Brown recently won re-election by over one million votes, bucking a national trend that favored Republicans. And a Republican candidate for President has not won the state of California since 1988.
“Walker’s lead in both the full candidate field and narrowed matchups is strong, and statistically significant even though it may surprise some observers," said James V. Lacy of Landslide Communications, who wrote the questions and commissioned the poll.
Jim Lacy is author of Taxifornia: Liberals' Laboratory to Bankrupt America. Lacy is the co-founding director of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association and a former official in the Reagan and Bush Administrations.
Tags: James Lacy, Scott Walker, election, 2016, Republican, GOP, Hillary, Jeb Bush, Carly Fiorina, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, Mike Huckabee, Chris Christie, Ted Cruz, Democrat, Wisconsin, California, Ben Carson, primary, president, Obama.
Marc Coleman, President, The Tactile Group
The Tactile Group helps government, enterprise and non-profit clients that struggle with data gathering and digital communications so that they can improve their interactions with their constituents visualize actionable metrics.
Marc Coleman trained in electrical engineering at Princeton University and architecture at Temple University, Marc has over two decades experience in creative direction, design, business entrepreneurship, and client relations. Marc is the driving force in developing business relations and the company’s artistic vision.
You workout three or four days a week. You eat right. You're driving your family crazy with your quest to lose weight, get fit and be healthy . . . all to no avail. Why aren't you losing the weight? Well join our fitness gurus Ken Williams (Body by Ken and Bootcamp for Women) and Tiffany Santana (Metropolitan Bootcamp for Women) as they discuss the issues blocking you from achieving your weight loss goals.
Join us on blogtalk radio for a lively discussion with Ken and Tiffany as they help you work through some of the problems with doing the right things to lose weight and not doing the right things. The show airs at 10 am on Monday mornings . . . only on the Stovall and Hoggard Communications Network on blogtalk radio.
Seton Motley of Less Government.com tells us what to expect with the new regulations enacted last week by the Federal Communications Commission.
last week's Federal Communications Commission 3-2 vote to regulate (translation: control) the Internet as a public utility through its "Net Neutrality" rules will impact streaming content provider Netflix. Exactly how and to what extent is not yet known. But the prognosis isn't positive: "Shares of Netflix stumbled on Friday, while shares of cable companies — which stand to be the biggest losers of the Federal Communications Commission’s proposed new rules — ticked higher." USA Today
The recent memo from the Attorney General’s office baring local and state police from using federal asset forfeiture law to seize cash, cars and other property without warrants or criminal charges represents the most sweeping check on police power to confiscate personal property since the seizures began three decades ago as part of the war on drugs. Our first guest is Omar Figueroa, a Sebastopol lawyer who has been involved in many precedent setting marijuana cases as well as in the politics of marijuana prohibition. Attorney Figueroa will explore the ramifications of this new memo and take a look at how this will affect medical marijuana patients especially in light of the feds new hands off policy in medical marijuana states.
A lawsuit filed by the anti-drug group Safe Streets and three other plaintiffs including the owners of Holiday Inn target a number of Colorado lawmakers, including Gov. John Hickenlooper (D), Revenue Department Executive Director Barbara Brohl and Marijuana Enforcement Division Director W. Lewis Koski. Going a step beyond simply suing the state, the plaintiffs are also going after participants in Colorado's commercial marijuana industry. Citing federal racketeering laws, the plaintiffs are seeking damages due to alleged injury brought on by legalization.
The Marijuana Policy Project is not taking this legal action lightly and has called for a boycott of Holiday Inn Hotels. MPP Communications Director Morgan Fox is the show’s second guest who will take a look at the lawsuit and explain how the boycott will be carried out.
Welcome to The MIX!. Spirit Medium Laura will ONLY do mediumship (other side connections) for 1st 30 minutes of this show (7:00-7:30pm), followed by The MIX: Psychic Mediumship and Mentoring from 7:30pm -8:00pm ET.
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Ginger Thompson is the Communications Director for AARP Virginia. AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, with a membership of nearly 38 million, that helps people turn their goals and dreams into real possibilities, strengthens communities and fights for the issues that matter most to families such as healthcare, employment and income security, retirement planning, affordable utilities and protection from financial abuse. AARP advocates for individuals in the marketplace by selecting products and services of high quality and value to carry the AARP name as well as help members obtain discounts on a wide range of products, travel, and services.
A trusted source for lifestyle tips, news and educational information, AARP produces “AARP The Magazine”, the world's largest circulation magazine; AARP Bulletin; www.aarp.org; AARP TV & Radio; AARP Books; and AARP en Español, a Spanish-language website addressing the interests and needs of Hispanics. AARP does not endorse candidates for public office or make contributions to political campaigns or candidates. The AARP Foundation is an affiliated charity that provides security, protection, and empowerment to older persons in need with support from thousands of volunteers, donors, and sponsors. AARP has staffed offices in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
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Special Guest: Joe Wiggins, Head of Communications, Glassdoor
Employees used to be in the dark in the workplace. The employer would hold all the cards from the moment someone walked through the door for an interview to the moment they walked out the door on their way to another job or to retirement. Information about salary, the interview process, the benefits package, the culture and how a company had treated it staff in the past was restricted, or at the very least difficult to find. This has meant that making decisions about where to work has been, until a few years ago, based on very limited, incomplete and certainly one-sided information.
When it comes to an ‘employer brand’, job seekers get far more information online than what they read on a company’s career site. So a company’s employer brand is not just about what an employer puts out but it is also about the voice of the people that interact with the company, be it employees, customers, investors, shareholders and others.
This transparency will continue to rapidly change the workplace. Those companies that cannot, or refuse to, adapt will wither and those that embrace the trend will flourish. We are already seeing this today, with companies living their lives in the open finding it easier and cheaper to recruit and having much higher rates of retention.
Joe Wiggins is Head of Comms for Glassdoor in Europe. He manages external affairs across all channels including traditional and social media and is launching Glassdoor in new countries across Europe. He has 15 years communications experience, specialising in launching and enhancing the profile of online brands. He has been with Glassdoor since March 2014. His experience in online recruitment goes back to the Millennium, working with Top Jobs On The Net.
Host: Jo Dodds