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Circolo Amici deella lirica: a Giuseppe Sghedoni la nomina di presidente onorario

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Circolo Amici deella lirica: a Giuseppe Sghedoni la nomina di presidente onorario
Il Commendatore Giuseppe Sghedoni ha ricevuto l'altra sera la nomina di presidente onorario del Circolo Amici della lirica. Il riconoscimento è stato consegnato alla presenza di circa un centinaio di soci per "le sue eccezzionali doti umane, la sua grande generosità, la sua grande passione per il canto e per la musica".Quotidiano di informazione di Sassuolo e dintorni.www.sassuolooggi.it

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Si rinnova l'appuntamento con la nostra rubrica sui film in uscita il prossimo weekend. Questa la rassegna: - Noah (D. Aronofsky): un film audace e fedele alla Bibbia, che fonde un montaggio serrato e un uso espressivo dei volti; - Grand Budapest Hotel (W. Anderson): il regista delle inquadrature simmetriche in un film ambientato negli anni Venti; - Oculus (M. Flanagan): sorprendente e coinvolgente, una perla dell'horror fieramente di serie B; - Un matrimonio da favola (C. Vanzina): ennesima commedia corale vanziniana in cui manca la cattiveria della commedia d'autore.Quotidiano di informazione di Sassuolo e dintorni.www.sassuolooggi.it

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Non sono frequenti e magari non fanno notizia, ma esempi di spiccato senso civico ci sono ancora e rendono in qualche modo migliore la città. Questa mattina una sassolese di circa 50 aveva smarrito il portafogli, contenente una consistente somma di denaro e tutti i documenti, nel tragitto verso la sede della propria attività. La donna è stata baciata dalla fortuna, o meglio dal senso civico di un imprenditore di Castelnuovo Rangone che lavora nel centro della nostra città: l'uomo trovato il portafogli lo ha immediatamente consegnato agli agenti della polizia municipale che hanno contattato la donna restituendole ciò che aveva smarrito.Quotidiano di informazione di Sassuolo e dintorni.www.sassuolooggi.it

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The Day’s Full of Opportunities…Shall You Sink or Swim?

Posted: 11 Apr 2014 05:00 AM PDT

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I love word pairings. To and fro, give and take, meat and potatoes, ebony and ivory, apple and oranges – there’s a million of them out there.

So one day, when I heard “sink or swim” in a conversation, it suggested the paperwork in and out trays and this cartoon wasn’t far behind.

It’s an easy sort of transference joke, but I was surprised how much research the art ended up requiring. It took a screen full of naval officers, ships, anchors and whatnot to get this to read visually.

Sometimes those easy ideas aren’t so easy.

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Disqus Introduces Sponsored Comments For Publishers, Brands

Posted: 11 Apr 2014 02:30 AM PDT

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If you have a company blog, you may also have the Disqus commenting platform powering it. But now the company is testing a new feature – Disqus sponsored comments. And it is getting a very mixed response from users.

Disqus Sponsored comments – both text and graphic based – will be a way of introducing advertising not to the main part of a page or post, but instead next to a comment hosted on Disqus. According to the company, ads won’t be placed next to just any comment. Instead, they will be placed in the same area as what Disqus calls a “featured” comment – pinned to the top of the thread.

A featured comment is one which the publisher feels is good, insightful, well written, adds to the conversation, whatever. The publisher pins it to the top of the thread to give it more exposure.

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The sponsored comment can be upvoted or downvoted, just like any other Disqus comment. The brand behind the comment will initially be able to target sites in their particular market. So Nike can target sports sites or shoe sites. Vodafone can target cellphone sites, that sort of thing.

However, according to Digiday, one troubling aspect of the whole idea is that the brand will be able to moderate the feedback on their sponsored comment. So any critical ones will naturally be hidden from view.

Disqus says it feels running ads alongside the featured comment does not disturb the conversation, and puts the ad at the beginning “like movie previews.” In other words, it’s not what you are there to see, but it’s something extra to benefit from.

The new ad feature is being portrayed as both a way for brands to engage in conversations they want to be a part of. It’s also a way for publishers to make money off of their social engagement.

Techcrunch says that Disqus will have a dedicated team to moderate all sponsored comments, to ensure quality. Publishers can also set up their own filters. And those who really don’t want to participate can turn the ads off on their site.

However, this has not placated some rather annoyed users who have taken to the Disqus comment thread to voice their displeasure. As one commenter sarcastically pointed out, “I can’t WAIT to read more about that cousin that makes 2000 dollars a week on the internet.”

Image: Disqus

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Adwords Shopping Campaigns Set to Replace Product Listing Ads

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 04:30 PM PDT

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Recently, Google announced that PLA campaigns, or Product Listing Ads campaigns, will be replaced by the end of August with Shopping Campaigns. There are new features you’ll find with the Shopping Campaigns that are meant to help you manage your campaigns at scale. According to the announcement, these campaigns have received great feedback so far.

Shopping campaigns have actually been available for advertisers since February of this year, so for many the transition won’t be too overwhelming. You have quite a bit of time to get accustomed to the new types of campaigns. If you’re an advertiser already running a regular PLA campaign, you can choose to either replace all of these campaigns with Shopping Campaigns right away, or you can slowly move over your campaigns one by one.

Nevertheless, the sooner you can learn about the benefits and how it all works, the better forward you can move your AdWords campaign and get ready for the big August switch.

New Features of Shopping Campaigns in AdWords

As discussed above and in the announcement, Shopping Campaigns were introduced in February of this year and offered:

“. . .the ability to browse your inventory directly in AdWords, report on your performance down to the product-level, and bid competitively with new metrics like benchmark data and impression share.”

The latest features of the new Shopping Campaigns include:

Bid Simulator: This tool will help you estimate how bid changes will affect your impressions, clicks, or costs. Shopping Campaign Options: There are now new options available that help you either create a campaign from scratch or use one of your regular PLA campaigns to help you keep things consistent such as product targets, negative keywords, and your content. Advanced Retailers: Some advanced retailers may want to create multiple ad groups, so now Shopping Campaigns make it easy.

The above three features are new to Shopping Campaigns, but many of the other benefits still remain true. You still get powerful reporting that allows you to see how your products are performing at any level (no new product groups needed), competitive data and advanced optimization (using the bid simulator tool), and retail-centric campaign management (browse your product inventory directly in AdWords).

Some of the Changes You’ll See with Shopping Campaigns Instead of PLAs

Although you have until August to use your PLAs, it’s important to start familiarizing yourself with some of the things that are different about the Shopping Campaigns. A few of these differences include:

They Use Product Groups, Not Product Targets

In the past with regular PLAs you would need to manually create and manage each of your product targets. With Shopping Campaigns, all of your product data is accessible within AdWords. These campaigns are powered by your Merchant Center product data, but you can browse and organize your product inventory without having to reference your Merchant Center product data.

Custom Labels Overtake AdWords Grouping

Shopping Campaigns use Custom Labels instead of AdWords labels or grouping. Custom Labels helps you subdivide your products in a campaign. You can create up to five custom labels for every product.

Note: Until August, if you’re still using PLA campaigns you shouldn’t replace your AdWords Labels with Custom labels in your product feed because it could affect your performance.

In the end, it’s really the way you manage and monitor your campaigns that has changed. So what hasn’t changed? What the new Shopping Campaigns offer users and potential customers is just the same as with the old PLAs. The ads will still appear in the same places on the Web and on the same networks, so the need for these campaigns hasn’t changed.

Resources to Help You Learn More About the New Shopping Campaigns

Google has been publishing quite a few different options for those of you who are still unfamiliar and want to learn more. Some resources that may help you:

The official Google announcement. An in-depth guide to Shopping Campaigns. Tutorial videos. Advanced Shopping Campaign Upgrade Tips.

So what does this all mean to you?

In the end, it’s important to understand how Shopping Campaigns work and the benefits they can offer because come August, these will be your only option. I think you’ll find that they aren’t too different than your regular PLAs. But it’s still important to become familiar with some of your options so that you can move your AdWords efforts forward over the next year and beyond.

Are you familiar with Shopping Campaigns in AdWords? Let us know about your experience and what you think about Google retiring PLAs ads.

Image: Google

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How Do You Feel About Raising the Minimum Wage?

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 02:30 PM PDT

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President Obama’s efforts to encourage Congress to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 an hour to $10.10 have received a lot of press. The Small Business Majority polled (PDF) small business owners to see how they feel about this controversial issue and found that—well, actually, they found that there’s a lot less controversy than the news media might lead you to expect.

Although Republicans in the House and Senate have signaled they are unlikely to approve an increase, The New York Times reports, Republicans in the survey were far more supportive. The majority (57 percent) of survey respondents favor increasing the minimum wage in three stages over two and a half years, then adjusting it annually to keep up with the cost of living.

In fact, 61 percent of those in the retail and restaurant industries, which are typically thought to be the most affected by minimum wage issues, supported an increase. Nor was this issue divided among party lines. Overall, 47 percent of respondents identified as Republicans, and 35 percent as Democrats.

Why do small business owners support raising the minimum wage when the media portrays businesses as universally opposed? There are several reasons.

Raising the Minimum Wage Many Already Pay More

Many employers already pay their employees more than the minimum wage. A whopping 82 percent of small business owners in the survey pay more than the current federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour.

A Benefit to Sales

Small business owners think increasing the minimum wage will benefit their sales. Fifty-two percent of entrepreneurs in the survey say raising the minimum wage will help small businesses because minimum-wage earners, who are more likely than other consumers to shop at local businesses, will have more money available to spend on products and services.

Help in Competing

Small business owners also believe that raising the minimum wage will help them compete. Thirty-five percent expect that a higher minimum wage will prevent competitors from undercutting them on labor costs.

Relief to Taxpayers

They want to relieve the burden on taxpayers. More than half (54 percent) of survey respondents think it would be helpful if minimum-wage earners had more of their own money to spend and could rely less on government assistance, thus on taxpayers, to survive.

It’s the Right Thing to Do

They believe it’s the right thing to do. Finally, the same percentage (54 percent) of respondents think it’s not right that the current minimum wage only provides a salary of $15,080 annually for a full-time worker. When adjusted for inflation, the study notes that this is significantly lower than the salary of a full-time minimum wage worker in the 1960′s.

Depending on what state you’re in, of course, whether the federal increase passes or not may not matter. The Times reports that 34 state legislatures are currently mulling increasing their state minimum wages, some of them to levels even higher than $10.10 per hour, and that eight more states may add ballot initiatives this fall that would increase the state minimum wage.

Do you support raising the minimum wage?

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Is Your Small Business Maximizing Its Use of Email Marketing Software?

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 12:30 PM PDT

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Email marketing software can be a powerful tool for small businesses. It can drive traffic to your website, increase sales, build brand loyalty, and more. And the software is even more powerful if you take full advantage of the tools available to you.

Of course, every email marketing software provider offers a unique platform, but they all provide similar fundamental functions that will help your business either a little or a lot. How much is up to you.

Many email marketers believe they’re using email marketing software to its full potential. They’re designing aesthetically appealing emails, providing valuable content, and seeing acceptable results. However, results could be better than acceptable, and small business email marketers often don’t realize it.

3 Email Marketing Questions to Ask Yourself

If your small business is running email marketing campaigns through a software provider, and you’re not sure you’re making the most of that investment, consider the following questions.

These three questions will help you discover new ways to maximize your email marketing software, and hopefully, improve your email marketing results.

1. Are You Analyzing Your Data?

In this era of “Big Data,” most email marketing software providers offer at least some form of numerical feedback. When you send an email, you generally get data on who opened the email, who clicked, what they clicked, who opted out, who marked the email as spam, and who, if anyone, forwarded your email. Every email blast generates a treasure trove of information about subscribers.

Despite the availability of this valuable data, small businesses often ignore its potential. You may send out an email and check its results, thinking that means you’re taking advantage of your software’s data reporting features. In reality, if that’s all you’re doing with all that data, you’re just touching the tip of the iceberg.

Email marketing data is most valuable when you use it to learn about your subscribers and adjust your strategy according to your conclusions. You could, for example, keep track of which content topics generate the most clicks, and then use those topics more often.

Depending on your software provider, this tactic may have a learning curve and require time spent on initial implementation. But once you discover what your subscribers really like, your email marketing campaigns will never be the same.

2. Is Social Sharing Integrated Into Your Marketing Emails?

There are two key ways to integrate social media into your marketing emails. One is fairly standard – including links to your company’s social profiles in each email. If you’re not already doing this, start now.

The second tactic isn’t always given the recognition it deserves. That tactic is social sharing. When it comes to marketing emails, taking advantage of social sharing means giving your subscribers a way to easily, immediately post your email content to a social network. You can either allow recipients to share specific pieces of the email (pin a photo to Pinterest, for example), or you can allow them to share the entire email (or both). Both are useful.

Because social sharing requires very little time to implement in your email marketing campaigns, this is one software tool your small business can’t afford not to take advantage of. According to a study by BlueHornet:

“37% of consumers share emails to their social networks.”

And furthermore, a study by GetResponse found that emails with social sharing buttons achieve click-through rates 158% higher than those without them.

3. Are You A/B Testing?

The more you test and tweak different email components, the more your campaign will resonate with customers. Although single-version email blasts already generate useful data, you can produce more precisely actionable data by A/B testing emails with multiple versions.

Unfortunately, some major email marketing providers don’t make A/B testing easy. Constant Contact, for example, has yet to integrate any type of automated A/B testing tool into its software platform, so users have to create completely separate emails and subscriber lists in order to run tests. If your small business uses this type of email marketing software, you may find testing to be a burden, but it’s definitely useful if you have the time.

Luckily, email platforms with built-in split test tools do exist. GetResponse, for example, offers an integrated A/B testing tool that lets users create an email, choose an element to test in two versions, and automatically send out both versions to custom percentages of an email list. You can set both versions of an email to gradually go out to selected percentages (i.e. 50/50), and then as results come in, the software automatically determines which version is performing better and sends that version to the remaining recipients on your list.

Running simple A/B tests like this through email marketing software can help you continually optimize your emails to improve results. Optimize subject lines, greetings, font colors, button colors, content organization, etc.

By taking advantage of these three neglected email marketing tools (or just one), your small business can increase the ROI of your software investment and improve your overall marketing strategy. And what you learn from email marketing might even benefit other marketing channels.

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New Twitter Profile Has Bigger Photos, New Tweet Features

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 10:00 AM PDT

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Just when you thought that Twitter was finished with redesigning your profile page, there’s some thing new.  Twitter has announced, via their blog, that a brand new Twitter profile design is being gradually rolled out to users. It’s obvious Twitter has never heard of the phrase, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”

The differences this time? Bigger profile and header pictures, lots of space, and lots of….white.

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For example, above is actor Zac Efron‘s Twitter page as well as Channing Tatum’s.

And here is Brazilian singer, guitarist, and songwriter Gilberto Gil :

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These are two very good examples of how you can effectively put the new Twitter real estate to good use. The header can be used to showcase a very striking and eye-catching image for your customers to see when they visit your Twitter page. Perhaps a picture of yourself, your business, your products, your happy customers….the possibilities are endless.

Features of the New Twitter Profile Design Best Tweets

As well as visual improvements, Twitter has also implemented a couple of ways to showcase your best tweets.  The tweets with the most engagement (retweets, replies, conversations) will stand out bigger than the other tweets. That way, when someone casts their eye down your Twitter page, they can immediately see what the hot topics are with regards to your business. From the sounds of Twitter’s announcement, this is probably not something you can customize. A Twitter algorithm probably decides which ones have the most engagement or not.

Pinned Tweets

But the second change is something you can definitely customize yourself. You can pin what you feel is an important tweet to the top of your page for everyone to see. It can be something you are really proud of (a celebrity endorsement perhaps, or an award), a limited special offer, or simply something that explains what you and your business stand for in 140 characters or less.

Filtered Tweets

These are tweets you can use yourself privately, when browsing other peoples Twitter profiles.  When browsing a Twitter timeline, you can choose to see only tweets, tweets with photos & videos, or tweets and replies.

Before you rush over to Twitter to see your new page, be aware that Twitter is “doing a Google,” and rolling this out in stages. The VIP’s are obviously getting it first, and if you start a new Twitter account, you get the new profile design immediately. The rest of us mere mortals have to wait until Twitter decides that our time has come. It will be in the next couple of weeks, Twitter estimates.

Enjoy the new Twitter profile design while it lasts. Twitter’s design team is probably hard at work on the next new Twitter profile page redesign already.

Reactions

Reactions to the changes in Twitter have been mixed in the small business community.

And Larry Kim, Founder and CEO of WordStream says:

“It’s a much needed refresh of an interface that hasn’t changed much in the last 7 years. Twitter has historically been stubbornly limited in providing users with very little options to customize the look of their profile page, which was unfortunate because I think Twitter could otherwise be a powerful way to build your personal brand. Moving @replies off the main page to a separate tab and the ability to showcase top tweets is a step in the right direction!”

For example, Social Media and Content Marketer Deborah Shane of Deborah Shane Toolbox observes:

“As an early adopter and committed user of Twitter, keeping its brand, assets and presentation competitive with other social platforms is only smart. Enhancing visual imaging, showing engagement benefits the user, as it highlights activity. Twitter is our go to, immediate, viral resource for sharing and getting news and information. Updating its look and functionality stimulates everyone.”

Meanwhile, Ivana S. Taylor, of DIY Marketers and Book Editor for Small Business Trends says:

“I’ve heard chatter about this new design — and how “Facebook-ey” it is. I agree. My first impression IS that it looks a lot like Facebook. This might be confusing to some. I’m not sure I like that. I really like that you can pin tweets — this looks to be one of my favorite features and “Best Tweets” – the feature that will make the most engaging tweets larger — this will not only make it easier for folks to find the best tweets at a glance, I think it will also create an incentive to create better tweets.”

Amanda Stillwagon, Small Business Trends Marketing Manager, believes the changes will be big for those trying to brand their businesses using Twitter. She ads:

“As head of social media for Small Business Trends, I’m really looking forward to the creative opportunities that the visual format of the new Twitter profile presents. Naturally, we will be sharing more videos and images as a result. But I’m most excited about the new Best Tweet feature. All the more reason to develop a laser focused engagement strategy when marketing content – if you accomplish that, Twitter will now reward you for it.”

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An Update on the Greater Opportunities for Small Business Act

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 07:30 AM PDT

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Government contracts for small businesses were discussed this week on Capitol Hill.

U.S. Rep. Sam Graves (R-MO) asked the House Armed Services Committee Wednesday to include more contracting for small businesses in a defense spending bill for 2015. Graves serves as chairman of the House Committee on Small Business. Graves testified before the committee that a bill he proposed should be included in the National Defense Authorization Act.

The act is a law passed annually specifying budget and expenditures for the U.S. Department of Defense.

Graves introduced the Greater Opportunities for Small Business Act of 2014 earlier this year.

The bill as written would give small businesses more opportunities to compete for federal government contract work. It has been the goal of the federal government to award at least 23 percent of its sub-contracted work to small businesses. But government agencies have historically fallen short of that goal.

Graves’ legislation actually calls for an increase on that 23 percent goal to 25 percent of all contract work going to small businesses. In addition, Graves also asked the House Armed Services Committee to include another bill that would de-bundle larger government contracts. When some contracts are bundled together, that often leaves small businesses feeling unable to compete for the work.

Asking the House Armed Services Committee for help in his fashion is not new. In fact, small business legislation has often looked for support in the House Armed Services Committee.

In a statement following his testimony to the committee, Graves said:

“Recognizing that this is a crucial area for small businesses, over the past three years, the Armed Services Committee and the Small Business Committee have worked together to reduce barriers to entry, create guidance that allows small businesses to compete and facilitates the Department of Defense (DoD) meeting the needs of the warfighter, and ensure that we have a strong small business industrial base.”

In the past, the House Small Business and Armed Forces committees have teamed to better fund small businesses through government contract work. This has included offering incentives and bonuses to federal employees when contracts are awarded to small businesses.

Also, according to Graves, the committees have joined forces to better ensure that larger companies don’t use fronts to procure government contracts posing as small businesses.

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15 Best Marketplaces to Find Skilled Freelance Writers for Your Startup

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 05:00 AM PDT

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As more and more business owners turn to content marketing strategies, the demand for talented writers is rising. But finding the cream of the crop isn’t always easy.

To find out where other businesses are sourcing their content writers and editors, we asked 15 entrepreneurs from the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) the following question.

“What is a great marketplace to find skilled freelance writers to support your company?”

Here’s what YEC community members had to say:

1. Stay-at-Home Moms

“Stay-at-home moms have been a saving grace to RTC. They are oftentimes highly educated, incredibly organized and looking for part-time work that can be completed on their own schedule. These women are a godsend.” ~ Corey Blake, Round Table Companies

2. LinkedIn Groups

“Try posting a part-time job offer in the LinkedIn Groups for your industry. While not everyone spends a ton of time in the groups, very often those looking for work are participating and looking for just this kind of opportunity.” ~ John Rood, Next Step Test Preparation

3. Textbroker

“I’ve used Textbroker many times to find writers for Web content. The thing that I like about Textbroker is the consistency of its service. Articles are always delivered in a timely fashion. The main problem I had with hiring independent writers I found from other places was that there was no level of redundancy. If a person was out sick, then my project had to wait indefinitely.” ~ Lawrence Watkins, Great Black Speakers

4. The Local Business Paper

“The best freelance writers aren’t using freelance hiring sites. That’s because the quality writers won’t be the cheapest. If you can’t write 500 words, why would you pay just $5 for that service? Instead, look in the pages of the local business paper. A Google or Twitter search should reveal if those writers are freelancers. Then reach out!” ~ Rakia Reynolds, Skai Blue Media

5. Published Articles

“We actually hired a freelance writer because of an article we saw on her in Entrepreneur magazine. When we were looking for someone to help us with content, we kept our eyes open for blog posts, business journals, magazines and social media. All of these avenues can bring super talented people into the mix. We recently hired this writer and brought her on full time from contract work.” ~ Parker Powers, Millionaire Network

6. Content Runner

“Content Runner is a great service for finding freelance writing talent. The company maintains a “favorites” list of its top writers, and you can submit topic ideas to that pool of freelancers instead of tracking one writer down for every article you need. That’s an invaluable feature for time-strapped content managers. The administrative team is also highly responsive to client needs and questions.” ~ Phil Laboon, Eyeflow Internet Marketing

7. Guru

“Guru is our preferred freelancer marketplace because it’s easier to connect directly with real individuals. Many other sites are flooded with companies that turn around to re-farm your project. Our experiences are much better when we deal directly with writers rather than a middleman trolling a marketplace.” ~ Nicolas Gremion, Free-eBooks.net

8. Zerys

“We’ve used Zerys for several years. It has a great selection of writers, and you can post either for bid or by a direct rate. You can also post jobs on Elance, oDesk and other job sites, but they are not as specialized.” ~ Gideon Kimbrell, InList Inc

9. Craigslist

“It’s amazing how many people I know have found terrific freelancers, collaborators and help via Craigslist. Don’t shy away from using a platform just because it’s ugly!” ~ Derek Flanzraich, Greatist

10. ODesk

“We’ve successfully used oDesk to find many capable and talented writers at affordable rates the past few years.” ~ Josh Weiss, Bluegala

11. The Local Honors College

“The local honors college in your town is an often overlooked and underutilized way to find freelance writers. Offering an internship to honors students ensures they’ll be decent at writing, eager to learn and willing to follow instructions. Plus, they will work for decent wages due to their lack of work experience.” ~ Brett Farmiloe, Digital Marketing Company

12. Elance

“You can search for exactly what you need and do it all virtually. Elance is a great service for businesses that need support but can’t hire someone on a full-time (or even part-time) basis.” ~ Alexis Wolfer, The Beauty Bean

13. ProBlogger

“I like the writers on the ProBlogger job forum because they’re more trained in writing great headlines, organizing posts with subheaders and bullet points where necessary, and more. The prices are reasonable, and it’s been tough for me to find this level of quality elsewhere.” ~ Eric Siu, Single Grain

14. Contributor Blogs

“More and more high-end sites such as Forbes and Fast Company are publishing the work of (often unpaid) contributors in exchange for exposure. Pay attention to the bylines following your favorite columns to see if their authors are on the market.” ~ Sam Saxton, Salter Spiral Stair and Mylen Stairs

15. Scripted

“Scripted will deliver writing sourced from its vetted pool of freelance writers who have been approved to write for relevant topics. I am a big fan of Scripted because it helps minimize internal resources spent by providing you with account management services for creating writer guidelines, editing submissions and monitoring submission timelines.” ~ Ryan Stoner, Freelance

Writer Photo via Shutterstock

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The First Consumer 3D Printer Is Now In Crowdfunding

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 02:30 AM PDT

consumer 3d printer

It’s called the Micro and developers of the device call it the first consumer 3D printer. A crowdfunding campaign is under way on Kickstarter, and has already raised well over the amount needed to put the device into production.

Maryland-based developers M3D have said that the 7.3 inch cube, weighing about half a pound, can be used for a variety of purposes, including creating items for a business. As an example, TechCrunch made a mold that was then used to make specially branded chocolate bars. You could also make other things such as promotional trinkets to hand out, and small items to sell.

To quote the Kickstarter page :

“Bring your ideas to life, turn them into businesses, educate, learn, personalize products, make toys, make jewelry, start a curriculum, run a modern workshop, and unleash your creativity. The power of creation is yours!”

This video from the Kickstarter campaign gives an overview of the device:

What makes this 3D printer stand out is the price. Normally the prices for 3D printers are prohibitively high, and therefore out of the range of ordinary consumers and some small businesses. But the Micro will cost a very affordable $299 and should be ready between August 2014 and March 2015. It is also supposed to be ideal for beginners, who are just starting out in 3D printing.

Because of their high price and complexity, 3D printing seemed firmly in the grip of specialists before this. In fact, last year the UPS Stores announced availability of 3D printers at some locations to make them available for small businesses.  But the Micro seems to be taking 3D printing to the general public, both with cost and apparent  simplicity of operation.

Of course, as TechCrunch points out, at $299, some corners were probably cut. So don’t expect top quality results. Remember the old saying “you get what you pay for.”

The printer comes with specially designed companion software to enable you to download and select what you would like to make. 3D modeling designs are only a Google search away, and the software helps you to download the ones you are interested in. The software is touchscreen-capable and has a minimalist interface.

If you want one of the first ones off the production line, you have until May 7 to become a backer on Kickstarter.

Image: M3D

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Goal show: Walter De Maggio caccia Jolanda De Rienzo in diretta tv [VIDEO]

Posted: 11 Apr 2014 04:39 AM PDT

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[videoplatform code="13972138616265347caa598df2"] Walter De Maggio e Jolanda De Rienzo, conduttori di Goalshow protagonisti di una lite/sceneggiata napoletana, con lei cacciata dallo studio del programma dedicato al Napoli e trasmesso dall'emittente locale campana Canale 9. Il tutto sotto gli occhi di Luciano Moggi.

Junior MasterChef Italia: il vincitore è Emanuela Super Vicky

Posted: 11 Apr 2014 03:00 AM PDT

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[galleria id="6499"] Alla fine ha trionfato lei a SkyUno: Emanuela Super Vicky, 9 anni, è il primo vincitore di Junior MasterChef Italia, versione kids di MasterChef. Ieri sera - 10 aprile 2014 - una finale mozzafiato l'ha incoronata, e così potrà realizzare il suo sogno (?): aprire un ristorante a Bari, quando sarà grande anche se, a parlare con lei, pare si diventi grandi in fretta (qui la recensione), a giudicare dalle specialità che sa preparare in cucina ché noi neanche un uovo fritto al momento. Ha scalzato Federico nella prova finale, proponendo un menù meno ricercato ma di 'pancia', così da aggiudicarsi una borsa di studio da 15.000 euro, viaggio compreso, a DisneyLand Paris.

X Factor 8, Mika conferma: ‘Sarò di nuovo giudice. Morgan? Ogni anno dice addio’

Posted: 11 Apr 2014 01:32 AM PDT

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[galleria id="5901"] Mika sarà di nuovo giudice di X Factor, il talent show di Sky arrivato all'ottava edizione che partirà in autunno sul canale satellitare: dopo il tweet di Andrea Scrosati è lo stesso artista a confermare il suo ritorno (ospite di E poi c'è Cattelan), e anche - in maniera comunque non certa - quello di Morgan.

Grey’s Anatomy 10×20: anticipazioni e promo dell’episodio ‘Go It Alone’

Posted: 11 Apr 2014 12:56 AM PDT

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Stasera in TV, venerdì 11 aprile 2014: La Pista, Le mani dentro la città, Quarto Grado

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 03:01 PM PDT

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Tanti appuntamenti imperdibili per gli spettatori stasera in TV, venerdì 11 aprile 2014. Su RaiUno Flavio Insinna conduce una nuova puntata de La Pista, su RaiDue Nicola Porro è alla guida di Virus - Il contagio delle idee e su RaiTre Maryl Streep delizierà gli spettatori con The Iron Lady. Canale 5 propone una nuova puntata della fiction Le mani dentro la città, su Rete 4 si parla di cronaca con Quarto Grado e su Italia 1 si dà spazio ai comici di Colorado. Irresistibile anche questa sera su La7 la satira di Crozza nel paese delle meraviglie.

Tommaso e Flavia news: amore a distanza e grandi progetti dopo Uomini e Donne

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 09:34 AM PDT

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[galleria id="6579"] Saranno finalmente soddisfatti i fan in cerca di news su Tommaso e Flavia dopo la scelta a Uomini e Donne. A parlare dei primi giorni della relazione nata grazie al programma di Canale 5 è il tronista intervistato dal settimanale Visto.

Alessandro Pess e fidanzata: l’ex tronista di Uomini e Donne presto papà

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 08:51 AM PDT

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[galleria id="4821"] Grandi notizie per l'ex tronista di Uomini e Donne, Alessandro Pess e la fidanzata Rossella Zingaretti: è in volo la cicogna! Tronista per breve tempo nel 2013, l'attore calabrese aveva lasciato il programma dopo essersi reso conto di amare ancora molto l'ex fidanzata che lo ha prontamente accolto a braccia aperte. Le premesse di questa riconciliazione erano davvero eccellenti visti i risultati.

Uomini e Donne Over, anticipazioni: Colomba ancora in polemica con Tina ed Elga

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 08:08 AM PDT

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[galleria id="6413"] Le ultime anticipazioni di Uomini e Donne Over segnano un nuovo round nell'ormai annosa querelle tra Tina e Colomba con l'inspiegabile aggiunta della prezzemolina Elga. Tuttavia, le registrazioni tenutesi ieri a Roma non hanno risparmiato grandi novità sentimentali per alcuni protagonisti e le immancabili sfilate supervisionate da Anahi Ricca.

Uomini e Donne: Aldo e Alessia protagonisti di un selfie malizioso

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 06:30 AM PDT

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[galleria id="5617"] Archiviate le schermaglie a Uomini e Donne, Aldo e Alessia vivono il loro amore alla luce del sole e davanti allo smartphone. Proprio nelle ultime ore i due giovanissimi protagonisti del Trono Classico di Uomini e Donne hanno postato un selfie sexy come ormai molte coppie più o meno note fanno con una punta di esibizionismo. E questa non è l'unica stuzzicante novità sui seguitissimi 'Pulciari'.

Rita Dalla Chiesa: ‘La 7 voleva rifare Forum, ho detto no’; ritorna a Mediaset?

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 03:37 AM PDT

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[galleria id="5583"] Dopo settimane di indiscrezioni, arriva l'ufficialità: Rita Dalla Chiesa lascia La7 (tornerà a Mediaset?), e la rete di Urbano Cairo si dimostra assai poco signorile, almeno in quest'occasione, rilasciando un comunicato stampa di cinque righe in cui si comunica la risoluzione consensuale del rapporto di collaborazione. Ma l'ex conduttrice di Forum si toglie qualche sassolino dalle scarpe.

Amici 13: squadre del serale

Posted: 21 Mar 2014 01:09 PM PDT


In vista del serale di Amici 13, squadre blu e bianca si preparano per superare gli ostacoli della gara. Guidati da due coach - Miguel Bosé per i Blu ed uno misterioso per i Bianchi - e seguiti da professori diversi le due squadre annoverano al loro interno cantanti e ballerini diversi tra loro. (Foto da Amici)

Jem e le Holograms

Posted: 21 Mar 2014 08:47 AM PDT


Jem e le Holograms è un cartone animato di successo soprattutto negli anni Ottanta. Narra le vicende di Jerrica Benton, adolescente in grado di trasformarsi nella star della musica Jem grazie ad un computer che proietta ologrammi. Dagli Stati Uniti arriva la notizia di una prossima realizzazione del film ispirato al cartone con la concreta collaborazione dei fan.

I Robinson ieri e oggi

Posted: 21 Mar 2014 05:04 AM PDT


Che fine hanno fatto I Robinson, protagonisti della storica serie tv anni '80? Da Cliff a Claire, passando per Sandra, Denise, Theo, Vanessa, Rudy e Olivia, ecco tutti i personaggi della sit-com, come erano ieri e e come sono oggi.

Crozza nel paese delle meraviglie, diretta 21 marzo 2014

Posted: 21 Mar 2014 02:36 AM PDT


Maurizio Crozza ritorna con una nuova puntata dello show di La7 Crozza nel paese delle meraviglie. Su Televisionando la diretta minuto per minuto del 21 marzo 2014. Maurizio Crozza inaugura la primavera con i personaggi di successo tra conferme e qualche novità: in prima linea il premier Matteo Renzi alle prese con Bruxelles e l'Europa, il Senatore Antonio Razzi, Flavio Briatore e il 'sogno' e, ancora, la novità di 'Rotondello', liberamente ispirata a Gianfranco Rotondi.

Sleepy Hollow, panel al Paleyfest

Posted: 20 Mar 2014 04:49 AM PDT


Si è tenuto al PaleyFest di Los Angeles il panel di Sleepy Hollow, serie tv tra il fantasy e il crime con protagonisti Tom Mison e Nicole Beharie nei panni rispettivamente del combattente della Guerra Civile Ichabod Crane e del tenete dei giorni nostri Abbie Mills. Il panel è stato fonte di anticipazioni per quanto riguarda la seconda stagione, oltre che di momenti esilaranti, tra cui la comparsa del Cavaliere senza testa in carne e ossa.

Le Iene, puntata 19 marzo 2014

Posted: 20 Mar 2014 03:13 AM PDT


Le Iene del 19 marzo 2014: screenshot dal servizio sul ritorno di Stefania Nobile, la figlia di Wanna Marchi

The Voice of Italy 2, puntata 19 marzo 2014

Posted: 20 Mar 2014 02:46 AM PDT


Suor Cristina Scuccia ha 25 anni e viene dalla Sicilia. E' una religiosa dell'Ordine delle Orsoline.

Paul Wesley

Posted: 19 Mar 2014 07:58 AM PDT


Paul Wesley è uno dei protagonisti della serie tv The Vampire Diaries trasmessa sul canale CW, nel ruolo del vampiro Stefan Salvatore. L'attore si è però cimentato anche con il difficile compito di regista, essendosi messo dietro la macchina da presa per girare l'episodio 18 della quinta stagione della serie tv.

Pio e Amedeo al Grande Fratello per promuovere Amici come noi

Posted: 19 Mar 2014 05:22 AM PDT


Le Iene Pio e Amedeo sono protagonisti del film Amici come noi, nelle sale dal 20 marzo 2014. Nel cast anche Alessandra Mastronardi, Massimo Popolizio, Maria Di Biase, Mariela Garrigae Mohamed Zouaoui.

I migliori papà delle serie tv

Posted: 19 Mar 2014 04:16 AM PDT


I migliori padri delle serie tv: nel giorno di San Giuseppe, una carrellata dedicata ai migliori personaggi maschili delle serie tv... inclusi volti 'controversi'.

Maria Luisa Attasio

Posted: 18 Mar 2014 09:34 AM PDT


Maria Luisa Attasio è una 'veterana' di Uomini e Donne Over. Tra le dame più apprezzate all'interno del format dedicato alla terza età, la vedova romana ha deciso di ritirarsi dopo aver conosciuto Giuseppe.

Amici 13: giudici

Posted: 17 Mar 2014 08:26 AM PDT


Conferme e suspense per i giudici di Amici 13. Gabry Ponte e Luca Argentero sono stati confermati da Maria De Filippi dopo un egregio esordio nelle vesti di giurati nella precedente edizione di Amici. Il deejay-produttore discografico e l'attore, entrambi torinesi, giudicheranno le performance di cantanti e ballerini approdati al serale in onda su Canale 5 dal 29 marzo 214. Resta ancora ignota l'identità del terzo giudice, che lo scorso anno era l'attrice romana Sabrina Ferilli.

Un medico in famiglia 9, il cast

Posted: 17 Mar 2014 04:58 AM PDT


Parzialmente rinnovato il cast di Un medico in famiglia 9, che vede il ritorno in pianta stabile di Lino Banfi nel ruolo di nonno Libero. Assente invece Giulio Scarpati, che ha deciso di lasciare la serie insieme a Francesca Cavallin (Bianca). Al suo posto arriva Flavio Parenti, interprete di Lorenzo Martini, giovane medico separato e padre dell'adolescente Tommy (Riccardo Alemanni). Il nuovo arrivato perderà la testa per la bella Sara (Valentina Corti), anche lei new entry di questa edizione. Libero ed Enrica (Milena Vukotic) accoglieranno invece in casa una ragazzina albanese, Giada (Denise Tantucci).

Iraila La Torre, la giovane concorrente scomparsa di La Voz Kids

Posted: 17 Mar 2014 03:05 AM PDT


Morta ad appena dodici anni, uccisa da un cancro, Iraila La Torre, giovane concorrente dell'edizione "kids" di The Voice Spagna, che aveva commosso i giurati cantando la canzone Diamonds di Rihanna. Alcune foto sono tratte da https://www.facebook.com/irailalatorre/

Miguel Bosé

Posted: 15 Mar 2014 10:19 AM PDT


Per la seconda volta Miguel Bosé sarà direttore artistico della squadra blu ad Amici 13. Il cantante e attore italo-spagnolo dovrà decidere esibizioni nel serale di cantanti e ballerini scelti per comporre il suo team.

Leonardo Greco e Diletta Pagliano

Posted: 14 Mar 2014 08:33 AM PDT


Leonardo Greco e Diletta Pagliano hanno formato una delle coppie più amate di Uomini e Donne. Innamoratisi nel corso del trono del giovane padre milanese, i due hanno resistito agli attacchi della corteggiatrice Bubi Barbieri dando inizio ad un legame durato più di due anni. Non sono mancati i tira e molla con relativi nuovi partner anche se oggi si vocifera di un nuovo clamoroso riavvicinamento.

Coppie del Grande Fratello

Posted: 14 Mar 2014 08:21 AM PDT


Durante le prime dodici edizioni del Grande Fratello sono tante, troppe le coppie che si sono formate all'interno della Casa e che sono poi scoppiate una volta uscite fuori. Alcune tuttavia resistono stoicamente e addirittura c'è chi è convolato a giuste nozze e ha messo su famiglia. Quali sono state le vostre preferite in assoluto e quali avreste voluto che fossero rimaste ancora insieme?

Il Musichione: Elio e le Storie Tese su Rai Due

Posted: 14 Mar 2014 07:41 AM PDT


Il nuovo show di Rai2 in seconda serata si chiama Il Musichione, un non-genere televisivo che si rifà alla parodia, alla comicità e all'interpretazione che rovescia la televisione e i suoi meccanismi visti dagli Elii.

Crozza nel paese della meraviglie, la diretta del 14 marzo 2014 minuto per minuto

Posted: 14 Mar 2014 06:02 AM PDT


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Grande Fratello 13 a puntate: la vita in casa tra gossip e tivù

Posted: 14 Mar 2014 05:35 AM PDT


Grande Fratello 13 a puntate; news dalla casa come in una soap: amori, intrighi e gossip. Poco spazio alle storie, mentre i protagonisti si 'psicanalizzano' a vicenda - si fa per dire - tra docce hot a metà tra goliardia e maschilismo e discorsi 'fuori' dal mondo.

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Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily h1 a:hover div#emailbody table#itemcontentlist tr td div ul div#emailbody table#itemcontentlist tr td div blockquote div#emailbody table#itemcontentlist tr td div li table#itemcontentlist tr td a:link, table#itemcontentlist tr td a:visited, table#itemcontentlist tr td a:active, ul#summarylist li a img ScienceDaily: Latest Science News World ranking tracks evoluntionary distinctness of birds 'Dinosaurs of the turtle world' at risk in Southeast U.S. rivers Tumor-suppressor connects with histone protein to hinder gene expression Yeast provides genetic clues on drug response Plants evolve ways to control embryo growth How the brain pays attention: Identifying regions of the brain dealing with object-based, spacial attention Fruit flies, fighter jets use similar nimble tactics when under attack Finding the target: How timing is critical in establishing an olfactory wiring map Uncovering a new angle on mental distance: Feeling closer leads to poor judgement of space Common sense health for young adult cancer survivors Gigabit wireless communications Thermoelectric generator on glass fabric for wearable electronic devices Development of programmable quantum computers Virus structure inspires novel understanding of onion-like carbon nanoparticles Rare fossilized embryos more than 500 million years old found Health of ecosystems on US golf courses better than predicted Enzyme 'wrench' could be key to stronger, more effective antibiotics Nature: Poor mimics can succeed as long as they mimic the right trait Mechanism that regulates lung function in disease Birt-Hogg-Dube syndrome found Ancient 'spider' images reveal eye-opening secrets Researchers search for earliest roots of psychiatric disorders Transcription factors distinguishing glioblastoma stem cells identified Iconic boreal bird species declining in the Adirondacks How mechanical forces affect t-cell recognition, signaling Sunlight generates hydrogen in new porous silicon Microgravity research helping to understand the fungi within Planaria deploy an ancient gene expression program in the course of organ regeneration Should you trust your financial advisor? Pseudo-mathematics and financial charlatanism Creating new bone tissue generation technique Unraveling what's behind the sniffles, hoping for treatment Reef fish arrived in two waves, before and after mass extinction 66 million years ago Fruit flies have latent bioluminescence, study shows HIV battle must focus on hard-hit streets, paper argues Brainy courage of the rainbowfish Identified epigenetic factors associated with increased risk of developing cancer Experts disagree on horses with incoordination Antidepressants and breastfeeding can mix, study suggests NAFLD is an independent cardiovascular risk factor: More evidence There's no faking it: Your sexual partner knows if you're really satisfied New prediction model to improve patient survival after paracetamol-related liver failure Head injuries can make children loners Magnetization can surf on the top of a laser-induced sound wave Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder May Reflect a Propensity for Bad Habits Lettuce rejoice! Scientists grow longer lasting salad Neurofinance study confirms that financial decisions are made on an emotional basis Camels emit less methane than cows or sheep How the kissing disease virus hijacks human cells Using a person's own immune system to fight cancer: Phase I clinical trial of new immunotherapy beginning New climate pragmatism framework prioritizes energy access to drive innovation and development The motion of the medium matters for self-assembling particles Emerging research suggests a new paradigm for 'unconventional superconductors' Age does not predict success for those in court-based mental health treatment programs Growth factor receptors may prompt metastatic spread of lung cancer Dangerous ways computer worms are spreading among smartphones Parasitic butterfly larvae mimic queen ant to avoid detection Patients over 65 have more complications after colorectal cancer surgery Water users can reduce risk of spreading invasive species Physical activity associated with lower rates of hospital readmission in patients with COPD Rare leafcutter bee fossils reveal Ice Age environment at the La Brea Tar Pits Extinct carnivorous marsupial may have hunted prey larger than itself

World ranking tracks evoluntionary distinctness of birds

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 11:19 AM PDT

The world's first ranking of evolutionary distinct birds under threat of extinction has been published by a team of international scientists. These birds include a cave-dwelling bird that is so oily it can be used as a lamp and a bird that has claws on its wings and a stomach like a cow. The new rankings will be used in a major conservation initiative called the Edge of Existence program at the London Zoo. The zoo has already identified several species like the huge monkey-eating Philippine eagle that are at once distinct, endangered, and suffer from lack of attention.

'Dinosaurs of the turtle world' at risk in Southeast U.S. rivers

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 11:19 AM PDT

Conservation of coastal rivers of the northern Gulf of Mexico is vital to the survival of the alligator snapping turtle, including two recently discovered species, scientists say. A new study shows the alligator snapping turtle, the largest freshwater turtle in the Western Hemisphere and previously believed to be one species, is actually three separate species.

Tumor-suppressor connects with histone protein to hinder gene expression

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 11:19 AM PDT

A tumor-suppressing protein acts as a dimmer switch to dial down gene expression. It does this by reading a chemical message attached to another protein that's tightly intertwined with DNA, a team of scientists have learned. The findings of this study provide evidence in support of the "histone code" hypothesis. The theory holds that histone proteins, which combine with DNA to form chromosomes, are more intimately involved in gene expression than their general role of facilitating or hindering gene activation suggests.

Yeast provides genetic clues on drug response

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 11:19 AM PDT

Why do people respond differently to the same drug? For the first time, researchers have untangled genetic and environmental factors related to drug reactions, bringing us a step closer to predicting how a drug will affect us. Researchers exposed 6,000 strains of yeast to 3,000 drugs and found that the yeast cells have about 50 main ways in which they react to any drug.

Plants evolve ways to control embryo growth

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 11:19 AM PDT

A new generation of high yield plants could be created following a fundamental change in our understanding of how plants develop, experts say. The research provides the first evidence that plants have evolved ways to control embryo growth and development by emitting information from surrounding cells.

How the brain pays attention: Identifying regions of the brain dealing with object-based, spacial attention

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 11:19 AM PDT

A brain circuit that's key to shifting our focus from one object to another has been identified by neuroscientists. The new findings suggest that there are two types of attention have similar mechanisms involving related brain regions: object-based attention, and spatial attention. In both cases, the prefrontal cortex -- the control center for most cognitive functions -- appears to take charge of the brain's attention and control relevant parts of the visual cortex, which receives sensory input.

Fruit flies, fighter jets use similar nimble tactics when under attack

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 11:17 AM PDT

When startled by predators, tiny fruit flies respond like fighter jets, employing screaming-fast banked turns to evade attacks. In the midst of a banked turn, the flies can roll on their sides 90 degrees or more, almost flying upside down at times. Researchers used an array of high-speed video cameras operating at 7,500 frames a second to capture the wing and body motion of flies after they encountered a looming image of an approaching predator.

Finding the target: How timing is critical in establishing an olfactory wiring map

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 11:17 AM PDT

A developmental window during which olfactory neurons of newborn mice can form a proper wiring map has been identified by researchers. They show that if incorrect neuronal connections are maintained after this period, renewing cells will also be mis-wired. The human nose expresses nearly 400 odorant receptors, which allow us to distinguish a large number of scents. In mice the number of odor receptors is closer to 1000. Each olfactory neuron displays only a single type of receptor and all neurons with the same receptors are connected to the same spot, a glomerulus, in the brain.

Uncovering a new angle on mental distance: Feeling closer leads to poor judgement of space

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 10:15 AM PDT

Why does the second hour of a journey seem shorter than the first? Research suggests that the answer lies in how we're physically oriented in space. Research has demonstrated that a person's orientation -- the direction they are headed -- changed how they thought of an object or event. "Feeling close to or distant from something impacts our behavior and judgment," says the lead author. "We feel more socially connected, more emotionally engaged, and more attuned to the present when something is perceived as close."

Common sense health for young adult cancer survivors

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 10:15 AM PDT

Many factors influence the life expectancy of childhood cancer survivors: not getting enough exercise, being underweight, and being worried about their future health or their health insurance. The study found that, on average, childhood cancer survivors passed away before they were 40 years old.

Gigabit wireless communications

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 10:15 AM PDT

The millimeter-wave band (58-63GHz) is seen as a perfect candidate for short-range gigabit wireless communications. These networks are envisaged to satisfy the demands of future data-rate hungry applications but few studies have analysed the potential of frequency reuse at 60GHz.

Thermoelectric generator on glass fabric for wearable electronic devices

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 10:14 AM PDT

Wearable computers or devices have been hailed as the next generation of mobile electronic gadgets, from smart watches to smart glasses to smart pacemakers. For electronics to be worn by a user, they must be light, flexible, and equipped with a power source, which could be a portable, long-lasting battery or no battery at all but a generator. How to supply power in a stable and reliable manner is one of the most critical issues to commercialize wearable devices. Scientists have now proposed a solution to this problem by developing a glass fabric-based thermoelectric (TE) generator that is extremely light and flexible and produces electricity from the heat of the human body.

Development of programmable quantum computers

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 10:12 AM PDT

Researchers have performed a proof-of-concept experiment that will aid the future development of programmable quantum computers.

Virus structure inspires novel understanding of onion-like carbon nanoparticles

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 09:22 AM PDT

Symmetry is ubiquitous in the natural world. It occurs in gemstones and snowflakes and even in biology, an area typically associated with complexity and diversity. There are striking examples: the shapes of virus particles, such as those causing the common cold, are highly symmetrical and look like tiny footballs.

Rare fossilized embryos more than 500 million years old found

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 09:22 AM PDT

The Cambrian Period is a time when most phyla of marine invertebrates first appeared. Also dubbed the 'Cambrian explosion,' fossilized records from this time provide glimpses into evolutionary biology. Most fossils show the organisms' skeletal structure, which may give researchers accurate pictures of these prehistoric organisms. Now, researchers have found rare, fossilized embryos they believe were undiscovered previously. Their methods of study may help with future interpretation of evolutionary history.

Health of ecosystems on US golf courses better than predicted

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 09:22 AM PDT

Currently, there are more than 18,300 golf courses in the US covering over 2.7 million acres. The ecological impacts of golf courses are not always straightforward with popular opinion suggesting that environmentally, golf courses have a negative impact on ecosystems. Now, researchers have determined that golf courses can offer a viable habitat for stream salamanders, and enhanced management practices may be beneficial to ecosystems within golf courses.

Enzyme 'wrench' could be key to stronger, more effective antibiotics

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 09:21 AM PDT

Builders and factory workers know that getting a job done right requires precision and specialized tools. The same is true when you're building antibiotic compounds at the molecular level. New findings may turn an enzyme that acts as a specialized 'wrench' in antibiotic assembly into a set of wrenches that will allow for greater customization.

Nature: Poor mimics can succeed as long as they mimic the right trait

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 09:21 AM PDT

There are both perfect and imperfect mimics in nature. An imperfect mimic might have a different body shape, size or color pattern arrangement compared to the species it mimics. Researchers have long been puzzled by the way poor mimicry can still be effective in fooling predators not to attack. Researchers now present a novel solution to the question of imperfect mimicry.

Mechanism that regulates lung function in disease Birt-Hogg-Dube syndrome found

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 09:21 AM PDT

The tumor suppressor gene folliculin is essential to normal lung function in patients with the rare disease Birt-Hogg-Dube syndrome, a genetic disorder that affects the lungs, skin and kidneys, researchers have found. Folliculin's absence or mutated state has a cascading effect that leads to deteriorated lung integrity and an impairment of lung function, they report.

Ancient 'spider' images reveal eye-opening secrets

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 09:21 AM PDT

Stunning images of a 305-million-year-old harvestman fossil reveal ancestors of the modern-day arachnids had two sets of eyes rather than one. The researchers say their findings add significant detail to the evolutionary story of this diverse and highly successful group of arthropods, which are found on every continent except Antarctica.

Researchers search for earliest roots of psychiatric disorders

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 09:21 AM PDT

A single molecular mechanism in the developing brain has been identified that sheds light on how cells may go awry when exposed to a variety of different environmental insults. The findings suggest that different types of stressors prenatally activate a single molecular trigger in brain cells that may make exposed individuals susceptible to late-onset neuropsychiatric disorders.

Transcription factors distinguishing glioblastoma stem cells identified

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 09:21 AM PDT

The activity of four transcription factors -- proteins that regulate the expression of other genes -- appears to distinguish the small proportion of glioblastoma cells responsible for the aggressiveness and treatment resistance of the deadly brain tumor. "We have identified a code of 'molecular switches' that control a very aggressive subpopulation of brain cancer cells, so-called glioblastoma stem cells," says a co-lead of the study. "Understanding what drives these aggressive cells will give us insights into alternative ways of eliminating them and potentially changing the course of this very deadly tumor."

Iconic boreal bird species declining in the Adirondacks

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 09:20 AM PDT

Several iconic Adirondack birds are in trouble, with declines driven by the size of their wetland habitats, how connected these wetlands are to one another, and how near they are to human infrastructure, research finds. A new report presents an evaluation of the potential influence of climate change and habitat alteration on species occurrence patterns over time.

How mechanical forces affect t-cell recognition, signaling

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 09:19 AM PDT

A new understanding of the T-cell recognition process has been revealed by describing how T-cell receptors use mechanical contact – the forces involved in their binding to antigens – to make decisions about whether or not the cells they encounter are threats. "This is the first systematic study of how T-cell recognition is affected by mechanical force, and it shows that forces play an important role in the functions of T-cells," said a co-author. "We think that mechanical force plays a role in almost every step of T-cell biology."

Sunlight generates hydrogen in new porous silicon

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 08:12 AM PDT

Porous silicon manufactured in a bottom up procedure using solar energy can be used to generate hydrogen from water, according to mechanical engineers who also see applications for batteries, biosensors and optical electronics as outlets for this new material.

Microgravity research helping to understand the fungi within

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 07:39 AM PDT

You may not recognize it by name, but if you have ever had a child with a diaper rash, that child was likely a host to Candida albicans (C. albicans). This unwelcome "guest" can be hard to control, as it can potentially lead to serious illness in humans with weakened immune systems. During an investigation dubbed "Microbe," using the unique microgravity environment aboard space shuttle Atlantis on an International Space Station mission, researchers gained a better understanding of these prevalent fungi. Their tendency to become more aggressive in microgravity helps scientists see what mechanisms control the behavior of these types of organisms, with the potential to develop ways to influence their behavior both in space and on Earth.

Planaria deploy an ancient gene expression program in the course of organ regeneration

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 07:30 AM PDT

Researchers report the identification of genes that worms use to rebuild an amputated pharynx.

Should you trust your financial advisor? Pseudo-mathematics and financial charlatanism

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 07:30 AM PDT

Your financial advisor calls you up to suggest a new investment scheme. Drawing on 20 years of data, he has set his computer to work on this question: If you had invested according to this scheme in the past, which portfolio would have been the best? His computer assembled thousands of such simulated portfolios and calculated for each one an industry-standard measure of return on risk. Out of this gargantuan calculation, your advisor has chosen the optimal portfolio. After briefly reminding you of the oft-repeated slogan that "past performance is not an indicator of future results," the advisor enthusiastically recommends the portfolio, noting that it is based on sound mathematical methods. Should you invest?

Creating new bone tissue generation technique

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 06:56 AM PDT

Researchers are investigating whether bone grown from the body's own stem cells can replace traditional types of bone grafting. The process, which has been successful in previous lab experiments, uses biodegradable polymer scaffolding material and bone morphogenetic protein, or BMP, which was inserted into the abdomen of mice to attract stem cells that in turn produced bone. BMPs are proteins known to promote bone growth.

Unraveling what's behind the sniffles, hoping for treatment

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 06:56 AM PDT

One of the most common of ailments -- the runny nose -- has been the topic of a new study. Understanding the cause could lead to a cure. The respiratory tract is under constant attack and the nose is the first line of defense. Allergens, which cause the body to fight off a perceived threat, and infections are the main problems. But millions of people get a runny nose and have difficulty breathing without an allergic attack or infection. What many people call the sniffles, scientists refer to as "non-allergic rhinitis."

Reef fish arrived in two waves, before and after mass extinction 66 million years ago

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 06:56 AM PDT

The world's reefs are hotbeds of biological diversity, including over 4,500 species of fish. A new study shows that the ancestors of these fish colonized reefs in two distinct waves, before and after the mass extinction event about 66 million years ago that wiped out the dinosaurs.

Fruit flies have latent bioluminescence, study shows

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 06:56 AM PDT

A synthetic luciferin developed by scientists shows that fruit flies are secretly harboring the biochemistry needed to glow in the dark -- otherwise known as bioluminescence. This discovery expands the scope of bioluminescence imaging for research, and adds new tools for the noninvasive studying of ongoing biological processes.

HIV battle must focus on hard-hit streets, paper argues

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 06:56 AM PDT

When it comes to HIV, geography can be destiny, argue authors of a new article. The epidemic has become heavily concentrated in poor urban neighborhoods where people are less likely to be tested and treated, creating more risk that the virus will spread. New prevention efforts should focus on neighborhoods.

Brainy courage of the rainbowfish

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 06:55 AM PDT

The boldest black-lined rainbowfish are those that are born in the wild. Also more fearless are those that analyze information with both sides of their brains. The preference to analyze and react to information with either the left or right hemisphere of the brain is called cerebral lateralization, and is widespread among vertebrates. Lateralization is seen in the preference of humans or parrots to use one hand or claw over the other or to always turn to the same side when moving around objects.

Identified epigenetic factors associated with increased risk of developing cancer

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 06:55 AM PDT

One in four human tumor presents genetic polymorphisms associated with increased risk of cancer that cause an epigenetic change that modifies the expression of neighboring genes. "This work represents a Herculean effort to analyze by bioinformatics a lot of biological information. To be exact, we have studied a million genetic changes in relation to half a million epigenetic changes in 3,500 tumors representing the thirteen most common cancers, including breast, lung and colon," says the lead researcher.

Experts disagree on horses with incoordination

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 06:55 AM PDT

At least one in 100 horses at some point in its life will lose the ability to control its gait as a result of developing the neurological disorder ataxia. Once found to be ataxic, the horse is often put down, or undergoes an expensive operation with dubious results. But now researchers have shown that there is marked disagreement among veterinary surgeons about whether or not a horse is ataxic.

Antidepressants and breastfeeding can mix, study suggests

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 06:54 AM PDT

Women on antidepressants are more successful at breastfeeding their babies if they keep taking the medication, a study has shown. Researchers say the health benefits of continued breastfeeding greatly outweigh any perceived risk to the baby from antidepressant medication. "This is a really important message because we know that breastfeeding has immense benefits for the child and the mum herself, including a degree of protection against post-natal depression," they note.

NAFLD is an independent cardiovascular risk factor: More evidence

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 05:35 AM PDT

Two new studies have provided more evidence to clarify the role of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) as an independent risk factor for the development of cardiovascular disease. In the first long-term study, NAFLD was shown to contribute to the progression of early atherosclerosis independently of traditional CVD risk factors. In a second long-term study, it was confirmed as a significant long-term risk factor for the development of diabetes mellitus (DM).

There's no faking it: Your sexual partner knows if you're really satisfied

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 05:35 AM PDT

There is no point faking it in bed because chances are your sexual partner will be able to tell. A study found that men and women are equally perceptive of their partners' levels of sexual satisfaction. The study identified sexual communication and ability to recognize emotions as important factors that predict accuracy in gauging one partner's sexual satisfaction.

New prediction model to improve patient survival after paracetamol-related liver failure

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 05:35 AM PDT

A new prediction model is to improve patient survival after paracetamol-related liver failure. In the UK paracetamol toxicity is the most common cause of ALF and has a high mortality rate. It is estimated that 150 to 200 deaths and 15 to 20 LTs occur as a result of poisoning each year in England and Wales.

Head injuries can make children loners

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 05:35 AM PDT

Kids three years after an initial head incident were found to have lingering injury in the brain's right frontal lobe, which is associated with lower social competence (participation in groups, number of friends, etc.), a new study finds. The study also suggests that therapy designed to improve working memory might 'treat' the social difficulties.

Magnetization can surf on the top of a laser-induced sound wave

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 05:34 AM PDT

An effective coupling between magnetism and light can be mediated by sound. This newly discovered phenomenon could be important for recording data on a magnetic device with the help of light.

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder May Reflect a Propensity for Bad Habits

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 05:33 AM PDT

Two new studies shed light on the propensity for habit formation in obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). These studies suggest that a tendency to develop habits, i.e., the compulsive component of the disorder, may be a core feature of the disorder rather than a consequence of irrational beliefs. In other words, instead of washing one's hands because of the belief that they are contaminated, some people may develop concerns about hand contamination as a consequence of a recurring urge to wash their hands.

Lettuce rejoice! Scientists grow longer lasting salad

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 05:33 AM PDT

A new study reviewed the science behind keeping salad leaves fresh for longer. Their results are now being used in breeding programs to produce salads with a longer shelf life. Before they reach our supermarkets, baby salad leaves undergo rigorous processing that includes harvesting, transportation, washing, sanitization, removal of excess water, and packaging. Currently, only the most robust leaves can survive this process without being bruised and damaged.

Neurofinance study confirms that financial decisions are made on an emotional basis

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 05:33 AM PDT

The willingness of decision makers to take risks increases when they play games of chance with money won earlier.  Risk taking also rises when they have the opportunity to compensate for earlier losses by breaking even.

Camels emit less methane than cows or sheep

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 05:33 AM PDT

When digesting ruminants exhale methane. Their contribution to this global greenhouse gas is considerable. So far the assumption had been that camels with similar digestion produce the same amount of the climate-damaging gas. However, researchers have now shown camels release less methane than ruminants.

How the kissing disease virus hijacks human cells

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 05:33 AM PDT

A component of the Epstein Barr (EBV) virus takes over our cells gene regulating machinery, allowing the virus to replicate itself, researchers have discovered. The EBV virus causes a variety of diseases such as Hodgkin’s lymphoma and Burkitt’s lymphoma, with the most prevalent disease being infectious mononucleosis commonly known as “kissing disease” because of its mode of transmission between humans. It turns out that the diseases begin with kiss of a molecular sort; a viral protein contacting the molecules that control our genes.

Using a person's own immune system to fight cancer: Phase I clinical trial of new immunotherapy beginning

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 05:32 AM PDT

Moffitt Cancer Center has initiated a phase I clinical trial for a new immunotherapy drug, ID-G305, made by Immune Design. Immunotherapy is a treatment option that uses a person’s own immune system to fight cancer. It has several advantages over standard cancer therapies, including fewer side effects and an overall better tolerability. It tends to be most effective in patients who have smaller, localized tumors that have not spread to distant sites.

New climate pragmatism framework prioritizes energy access to drive innovation and development

Posted: 09 Apr 2014 05:45 PM PDT

Expanding access to reliable energy offers better route to address global challenges, climate and energy scholars say in new report. "Climate change can't be solved on the backs of the world's poorest people," said a report co-author. "The key to solving for both climate and poverty is helping nations build innovative energy systems that can deliver cheap, clean and reliable power."

The motion of the medium matters for self-assembling particles

Posted: 09 Apr 2014 05:45 PM PDT

Earlier work assumed that the liquid medium in which certain self-assembling particles float could be treated as a placid vacuum, but scientists have now shown that fluid dynamics play a crucial role in the kind and quality of the structures that can be made in this way.

Emerging research suggests a new paradigm for 'unconventional superconductors'

Posted: 09 Apr 2014 05:45 PM PDT

Scientists have reported the first experimental observation of the quantum critical point in the extensively studied 'unconventional superconductor' TiSe2, finding that it does not reside as predicted within the superconducting dome of the phase diagram, but rather at a full GPa higher in pressure.

Age does not predict success for those in court-based mental health treatment programs

Posted: 09 Apr 2014 05:45 PM PDT

The amount of older adults in the criminal justice system has quadrupled in the past 15 years. Many of the adults have histories of mental health problems and are placed in court-based treatment programs. Government officials and social workers tend to think these older adults are more likely to experience success compared to their younger counterparts. However, new research shows that mental health court participants older than 50 are just as likely to be reincarcerated or relapse into criminal behavior.

Growth factor receptors may prompt metastatic spread of lung cancer

Posted: 09 Apr 2014 05:45 PM PDT

Two cell surface receptors might be responsible for the most common form of lung cancer spreading to other parts of the body, according to a study. The hepatocyte growth factor receptor and fibroblast growth factor-inducible 14 are proteins associated with the potential spread of non-small cell lung cancer, this research shows.

Dangerous ways computer worms are spreading among smartphones

Posted: 09 Apr 2014 05:45 PM PDT

Scientists have recently discovered that some of the most common activities among smartphone users -- scanning 2-D barcodes, finding free Wi-Fi access points, sending SMS messages, listening to MP3 music and watching MP4 videos -- can leave devices vulnerable to harmful 'computer worms.'

Parasitic butterfly larvae mimic queen ant to avoid detection

Posted: 09 Apr 2014 05:45 PM PDT

Parasitic butterfly larvae may mimic ants' acoustic signals to aid in the infiltration of their host colonies. Ants aggressively defend their colonies and nests, so successfully that these locations make a perfect shelter for another similar species to live in. However, ants have evolved a complex set of signals that allow colony members to distinguish between residents and intruders.

Patients over 65 have more complications after colorectal cancer surgery

Posted: 09 Apr 2014 05:44 PM PDT

Most colorectal cancer surgeries are performed on patients older than 65 years, and older patients have worse outcomes than younger patients, although the total number of colon cancer operations has decreased in the past decade, a study shows. The authors examined the trends and outcomes of colorectal cancer surgery in the elderly in an American nationwide sample of inpatients from 2001 through 2010.

Water users can reduce risk of spreading invasive species

Posted: 09 Apr 2014 05:44 PM PDT

Foreign species that are devastating water ecosystems could be 'hitchhiking' around Britain on canoeists' and anglers' kit, according to a new study. Invaders like the killer shrimp, zebra mussel and American signal crayfish have already caused extensive environmental damage and millions of pounds of economic costs.

Physical activity associated with lower rates of hospital readmission in patients with COPD

Posted: 09 Apr 2014 05:44 PM PDT

Patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease who participated in any level of moderate to vigorous physical activity had a lower risk of hospital readmission within 30 days compared to those who were inactive, according to a study. "The results of this study are groundbreaking because measures of physical activity were derived from routine clinical care, instead of lengthy physical activity surveys or activity devices in smaller research samples," said the study's lead author.

Rare leafcutter bee fossils reveal Ice Age environment at the La Brea Tar Pits

Posted: 09 Apr 2014 05:44 PM PDT

The La Brea Tar Pits are celebrated for saber-toothed cats and mastodons. The site's insect collection is also of great significance. Recent examination of fossil leafcutter bee nest cells exemplifies how fossil insects reveal insights into the habitat and climate at the La Brea Tar Pits toward the last Ice Age.

Extinct carnivorous marsupial may have hunted prey larger than itself

Posted: 09 Apr 2014 05:44 PM PDT

The reconstruction of an extinct meat-eating marsupial's skull, Nimbacinus dicksoni, suggests that it may have had the ability to hunt vertebrate prey exceeding its own body size. You are subscribed to email updates from Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily
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You're one of the millions who have read the book. You've seen the trailer at your local theater. Now, get ready for the most inspiring motion-picture event of the Easter season: HEAVEN IS FOR REAL. Starting next Wednesday, this movie will have you saying #IBelieve!

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The Burpos are the perfect picture of small-town Americana: mom, dad, daughter, and son... until a serious illness lands young Colton in the hospital. Fearing they will lose their son, the parents cry out to God. While Colton's amazing recovery should lead his family back to normalcy, they quickly discover nothing will ever be the same again. With childlike innocence, Colton begins talking about having visited Heaven and his incredible experiences there. HEAVEN IS FOR REAL tells one family's story about Heaven and the impact it has on their community... and the world.

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"This film opens the door to the reality of heaven and the love of God. Through the eyes of four-year Colton, whose acting was quite believable, we catch a glimpse of an affectionate and caring God who calls us to an eternal community of love and joy. The evidence for this is presented in a respectful way that allows viewers to make their own judgments. It will be encouraging to believers and potentially helpful for skeptics and people 'sitting on the fence'."
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Crescendo con la musica Al via domenica 13 aprile

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Ritorna da domenica 13 aprile Crescendo con la musica, la rassegna di concerti gratuiti per avvicinare alla musica le nuove generazioni e le loro famiglie, e presentare alla città i talenti e le esperienze d’eccellenza coltivate nei percorsi pubblici di formazione musicale del territorio lucchese. Crescendo con la musica è parte integrante di un progetto didattico-culturale in collaborazione tra istituti scolastici, Assessorato alle Politiche Formative e Giovanili del Comune di Lucca e Teatro del Giglio, il quale ancora una volta testimonia la sua apertura ai giovani talenti della città.


Ad esibirsi nei tre concerti in programma per la rassegna primaverile, saranno gli studenti degli Istituti Comprensivi a indirizzo musicale Lucca 2, Lucca 6 e Centro Storico, del Liceo Musicale e Coreutico A. Passaglia e dell’Istituto Musicale L. Boccherini. In formazione orchestrale, di ensemble, solistica, i giovani allievi eseguiranno musiche di compositori di un vasto panorama, presentando la varietà di strumenti e potenzialità artistiche di cui, grazie all’educazione musicale scolastica, stanno diventando padroni. L’occasione del concerto diventa così un momento privilegiato di incontro, ascolto e confronto tra allievi, maestri e pubblico.

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11/04/2014 13:26

Il Punto - 11 aprile 2014

Quali sarebbero i vantaggi in termini di competitività di un ritorno alla lira svalutata? Limitati e di breve periodo. E si accompagnerebbero immancabilmente a una perdita del potere d’acquisto dei nostri salari. Dobbiamo decidere se giocare in serie A, accettando la sfida dell’aumento della produttività, oppure finire in serie B. Una nuova puntata di “€uro pro e contro” e le risposte ai commenti dei lettori alla prima puntata.
Titoli giusti ma vaghezza di contenuti (come nel primo Dpef dell’era tremontiana) nel Documento di economia e finanza appena varato da Governo. Necessaria qualche precisazione per capire anche solo a grandi linee la direzione di politica economica. Per questo poniamo quattro domande al Governo. Se ha le idee chiare, può rispondere in un nanosecondo.
I giovani più penalizzati degli anziani dalla crisi iniziata nel 2008. La loro distanza dalle altre classi di età aumenta. Ma durante la crisi tutte le classi di età hanno sofferto.
Bene sostenere chi ha reddito basso o ha perso il lavoro. Però per coloro che un’occupazione non l’hanno mai avuta e rientrano nella povertà assoluta non c’è traccia di aiuto nei provvedimenti del Governo se non la sperimentazione della social card che coinvolge una platea molto ristretta.
Bacchettata da Christine Lagarde, numero uno del Fmi, l’Italia che fa troppo poco per l’occupazione femminile. Ha ragione: siamo dieci punti sotto la media europea. Si potrebbe incentivare la crescita abolendo le detrazioni Irpef per il coniuge a carico come da tempo proposto su questo sito e istituendo un assegno per la famiglia. Ecco in che modo. 

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Destinate e fate destinare il 5 per mille dell'Irpef a questo sito in quanto "associazione di promozione sociale": Associazione La Voce, via Bellezza 15 - 20136 Milano, codice fiscale 97320670157.
 

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L'insostenibile pesantezza dell'euro?
11.04.14
Francesco Lippi e Fabiano

La svalutazione sarebbe lo strumento più semplice per riequilibrare il cambio reale e riacquistare competitività, se non si considerano tutti gli altri problemi legati a un’eventuale uscita dall’euro. Ma ne deriverebbero benefici duraturi in termini di crescita? 

Quattro domande sul Def
11.04.14

Il Def ci fa fare piccoli passi in avanti nel capire quale sarà la politica economica del Governo Renzi. Per avere un’idea degli interventi immediati, c’è bisogno di chiarimenti. Poniamo alcune domande a crocette, che non dovrebbero portare via troppo tempo a un governo che va di corsa.

Dieci anni bui per le famiglie italiane
11.04.14
Massimo Baldini

I giovani sono penalizzati dalla crisi. E anche quando hanno un lavoro, guadagnano meno dei giovani di dieci anni fa, mentre per gli anziani è vero il contrario. Se però si seguono nel tempo gli stessi gruppi di famiglie, si vede che la riduzione del reddito è stata un fenomeno più generalizzato.

Il reddito minimo sparito dall'agenda
11.04.14
Chiara Saraceno

L’introduzione di un reddito minimo per i poveri di tipo non categoriale è stata cancellata dall’agenda politica. Il Governo Renzi si interessa solo di lavoratori con scarso reddito o disoccupati. Dimenticando chi non è mai entrato nel mercato del lavoro.
 

Più donne al lavoro con un trasferimento
11.04.14
Carlo Fiorio e Marco Leonardi

Il tasso di occupazione femminile in Italia è di dieci punti sotto la media europea. Il fenomeno non è solo un retaggio di altri tempi e riguarda tutte le Regioni, anche le più sviluppate. Un sostegno al lavoro femminile può arrivare sostituendo la detrazione per il coniuge con un trasferimento.

 


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La relazione di fine mandato del Sindaco di Schio Luigi Dalla Via (2009-2014)
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Bilancio di previsione 2014
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Rapimento sacerdoti in Camerun - Dalla Via: "Vicinanza e grande apprensione"
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Trasferimento provvisorio uffici anagrafe e carte d'identità
Per consentire la fine dei lavori di ristrutturazione degli sportelli, da lunedì 14 a mercoledì 23 aprile 2014 gli uffici anagrafe e carte d'identità si spostano in Piazza Statuto, 17 (ingresso ufficio protocollo).
Gli uffici anagrafe e carte d'identità rimangono chiusi giovedì 24 e sabato 26 aprile per lavori di collaudo.

Aperto all'Ospedale Alto Vicentino di Santorso un ufficio di Stato Civile in Convenzione Quadro con otto Comuni dell'Alto Vicentino
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Corsi organizzati del Consiglio di Quartiere n. 1
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Giornate Gioco Sport: 1500 bambini in campo in 5 giorni
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Sono arrivati i modelli 730
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Cani: al via i lavori per l'area di sgambamento alla Valletta
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Posata la prima pietra della palestra di Giavenale
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Concorso fotografico "Scatto in Alto Vicentino"
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Viabilità

Modifiche alla viabilità in via Fusinieri
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Chiusura ponte in Via Madonna delle Grazie
dal 14 al 30 aprile
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Revoca alla ordinanza 377/2013 emanata dalla Provincia tramite la società Vi.Abilità per la disciplina della circolazione stradale nel periodo invernale lungo le SS.PP. nella provincia di Vicenza
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Nel week end

Festival Città Impresa: nuovi Alfabeti per l'Economia
dall'11 al 13 aprile
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L'infarto miocardico acuto: epidemiologia, prevenzione, diagnosi e terapia
venerdì 11 aprile
Attività di prevenzione cardiocircolatoria
sabato 12 aprile
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I venerdì del CAI "A Santiago un cammino su 4 ruote"
venerdì 11 aprile
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Torna il Teatro Civico: Dar Gasang Bon dar Eerde – Il canto della terra
venerdì 11 aprile
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I Nomadi in concerto
venerdì 11 aprile
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Vieni a giocare con mamma e papà: Pasqua creativa
sabato 12 aprile
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Job discover: Tram@KmZero
sabato 12 aprile
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Schola Cantorum S. Cecilia: Maria "Donna eucaristica" sotto la croce
domenica 13 aprile
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Trofeo giovanile province Venete
domenica 13 aprile
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Mostra Silvio Cavedon
1 marzo - 27 aprile
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Maschere: opere della donazione di Giovanni Calendoli
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Intrecci - Maglieria, tappeti, ricami interamente fatti a mano dalle donne delle cooperative "Mama Ashu" in Perù e Bolivia
fino al 27 aprile
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Desbarasuma: mercatino del nuovo e dell'usato
dal 2 al 27 aprile
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Prossimamente...

Incontro con l'autore Antonio Lubrano per la presentazione del romanzo "L'isola delle zie"
lunedì 14 aprile
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Passeggiate della salute per la Valleogra la Valdastico e l'altopiano di Asiago
martedì 15 aprile
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Job discover: Finanziamenti e Business Plan - come preparare il tuo piano d'impresa
martedì 15 aprile
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Torna il Teatro Civico: Patrizia Laquidara "C’eravamo tanto amati"
dal 16 al 18 aprile
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69° Anniversario della Liberazione
venerdì 25 aprile
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69° Anniversario della Liberazione - Poleo e Magrè
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Rick Wakemann - Piano e Solo
venerdì 30 maggio
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11/04/2014 13:28

Gentili signori,
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ARPAV - Dipartimento per la Sicurezza del Territorio CENTRO METEOROLOGICO DI TEOLO METEO SPIAGGE VENETE
Venerdi 11 Aprile 2014 - ore 13 Area di validità: Spiagge Venete Pomeriggio/sera di Venerdi 11
Litorale Nord: Annuvolamenti e schiarite - Precipitazioni: assenti - Probabilità: 0% - Venti: A regime di brezza
Venezia e litorale centrale: Annuvolamenti e schiarite - Precipitazioni: generalmente assenti - Probabilità: 0% - Venti: Deboli sudorientali
Litorale Sud: Annuvolamenti e schiarite - Precipitazioni: assenti - Probabilità: 0% - Venti: Moderati sudorientali
Adriatico: Poco mosso Sabato 12 mattina
Litorale Nord: Annuvolamenti e schiarite - Precipitazioni: generalmente assenti - Probabilità: 0% - Venti: A regime di brezza
Venezia e litorale centrale: Annuvolamenti e schiarite - Precipitazioni: generalmente assenti - Probabilità: 0% - Venti: A regime di brezza
Litorale Sud: Annuvolamenti e schiarite - Precipitazioni: generalmente assenti - Probabilità: 0% - Venti: Deboli sudorientali
Adriatico: Calmo o quasi calmo Sabato 12 pomeriggio/sera
Litorale Nord: Annuvolamenti e schiarite - Precipitazioni: generalmente assenti - Probabilità: 20% - Venti: Deboli sudorientali
Venezia e litorale centrale: Annuvolamenti e schiarite - Precipitazioni: generalmente assenti - Probabilità: 20% - Venti: Deboli sudorientali
Litorale Sud: Annuvolamenti e schiarite - Precipitazioni: generalmente assenti - Probabilità: 20% - Venti: Deboli sudorientali
Adriatico: Calmo o quasi calmo Domenica 13 mattina
Litorale Nord: Annuvolamenti e schiarite - Precipitazioni: generalmente assenti - Probabilità: 10% - Venti: In prevalenza deboli e a tratti moderati con direzione variabile
Venezia e litorale centrale: Annuvolamenti e schiarite - Precipitazioni: generalmente assenti - Probabilità: 0% - Venti: In prevalenza deboli e a tratti moderati con direzione variabile
Litorale Sud: Annuvolamenti e schiarite - Precipitazioni: generalmente assenti - Probabilità: 0% - Venti: Deboli sudorientali
Adriatico: Calmo o quasi calmo Domenica 13 pomeriggio/sera
Litorale Nord: Crescenti schiarite - Precipitazioni: generalmente assenti - Probabilità: 0% - Venti: Deboli sudorientali
Venezia e litorale centrale: Crescenti schiarite - Precipitazioni: generalmente assenti - Probabilità: 10% - Venti: Deboli meridionali
Litorale Sud: Crescenti schiarite - Precipitazioni: generalmente assenti - Probabilità: 0% - Venti: Deboli meridionali
Adriatico: Calmo o quasi calmo Lunedi 14
In prevalenza soleggiato - Precipitazioni: generalmente assenti - Probabilità: 10% Martedi 15
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