Is the Death of Internet Radio Imminent? by Paul Philbeck
... One would think the music recording industry would grasp this technology with open arms and welcome it into their already existing media outlets. There seems to be some kind of misconception in the music industry, and even with the recording artists themselves, concerning what internet radio is. It is not peer to peer sharing as has been insinuated. Internet broadcasters neither condone nor accept this method. In reality most stations use special programming to deter and stop this activity ...
Headset Growth Out Of The Call Center And Into The General Office Cubicle by Melissa Vokoun
... While the use of headsets has become more attractive to "knowledge workers" due to a proliferation of new, exciting technologies and ease of integration with their telephone sets, the overall experience in the choosing and implementation of headsets in small and medium-sized organizations that are unaware of the breadth of products and technologies available has obviously not translated into a higher saturation of the product in the market. Another consideration is the fast-growing usage of ...
Green Travel Making Better Environmental Travel Choices by Susanne Pacher
... They even make a toolkit for best sustainable tourism practices available for small and medium enterprises in the tourism industry. On their website, the Rainforest Alliance also advocates a number of simple eco-friendly behaviours that we can all try to follow: Support local economies by seeking out locally owned lodging and dining establishments, locally grown food and locally manufactured products and crafts. Patronize green hotels whose managers have programs that save water and ...
Eating Disorders: Maybe It's Time for a Little Political Correctness by Maria Dorfner
... Hopefully, the fashion and media industry will take note that there is a correlation between their mixed messages and behavior. Change could begin within the medical community as well. No one would dream of calling fat people fat anymore. It may be time the term "eating disorder" be revisited. Most celebs would readily admit to alcohol or drug dependence, but mention an eating "disorder" and all the defenses go up. Who wants to admit to having a disorder?
Seven Crucial Steps for Long Term Weight Loss by John Tiniakos
... The bottom line is, regardless of the confusion brought on by the media and industry, calories still count! Your body weight is largely a product of total daily caloric intake minus total daily energy expenditure (TDEE). So, to lose weight, your daily food consumption measured in calories must be less than TDEE. In other words a deficit in calories must be created to trigger a reduction in body weight. Although this is a simple concept, its not easily accomplished.
Is A Premium Dog Food Really That Much Better For Your Dog? by Carolyn Schweitzer
... It's the result of considerable research that has been published in scientific journals and accepted by industry experts. You can determine the right amount of food to feed your dog and find out how long that 40-lb bag will last! Supplements If you're all ready feeding a nutritionally complete premium dog food, do you still need supplements? This is another hotly debated topic. As a rule, it seems that most dogs do just fine without supplements .
Computers Rule Our Lives? by Jennifer Kittell
... Being a senior graduating in December,
I spend a great deal of time on search engines trying to find a job and setting up
contacts within my industry. There is a lot of great information on the internet that
is great for research for school as well as non-school education. The problem lies
in the fact that anyone can make a web page and solicit their ideas as facts. This
becomes a problem especially when writing papers and being able to have solid
sources to back up a thesis.
The Removal Of Sin: Post-Infection Cleaning by James Monahan
... And it has become one of the most powerful and irreplaceable piece of equipment for home, education, industry, government, commercial, media and even military use and it still does not stop there. Computers have long surpassed the age when it was just a calculator for big number operations and a typewriter for memos and other short documents. Along with the upgrading of the computers, people also thought of a way that they could make the computers to communicate and share information.