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Fra qualche settimana foodstories.it sarà on line.


Foodstories sarà la community dei prodotti enogastronomici tipici, una ricchezza unica dei nostri territori, raccontati attraverso le storie dei produttori, degli organizzatori di eventi e dei semplici appassionati.

 

Fra le varie sezioni in cui foodstories sarà organizzato, (prodotti, produttori, consorzi di tutela, ricette, ...), un ruolo particolare sarà riservato alle Sagre ed agli Eventi enogastronomici, strumenti sempre più importanti di promozione e valorizzazione del territorio e dei produttori che vi operano.

  

La nostra redazione ha già acqusito le informazioni su Sagre ed Eventi Enogastronomici disponibili in rete, con oltre 200 eventi futuri già inseriti, candidando foodstories a diventare la prima realtà per numero di eventi raccolti e catalogati. Per arricchire ulteriormente l'offerta, stiamo raccogliendo ed organizzando anche le informazioni ricevute direttamente dalle associazioni o dagli enti organizzatori. L'obiettivo è quello di offrire:

- un panorama completo e ben strutturato delle iniziative in programma, agli utenti foodstories

- una vetrina che dia la massima visibilità alle iniziative enogastronomiche presso un target di appassionati di prodotti tipici, agli enti organizzatori.

 

Pertanto vi invitiamo, se di vostro interesse, a segnalarci gli eventi che avete in programma per i prossimi mesi (a partire dal 15 maggio) e sarà nostra cura inserirli su foodstories (dopo la messa on line potrete farlo direttamente sul nostro sito).  Gli eventi che verranno caricati devono avere una chiara connotazione  enogastronomica ed essere legati alle produzioni tipiche del territorio. Potete sottoporci gli eventi in qualunque formato (mail, link sito web, locandina pdf, etc…) tenendo conto che le informazioni organizzate dal nostro database sono le seguenti (campi obbligatori contrassegnati da asterisco): 


- Nome evento*:         ………………………………………….

- Sottotitolo:               ………………………………………….

- Ente organizzatore*: ………………………………………….

- Mail ente organizz.:    ………………………………………….

- Data inizio*:              ………………………………………….

- Data fine:                  ………………………………………….

- Costo:                      ………………………………………….

- Indirizzo:                  ………………………………………….

- Comune*:                ………………………………………….

- Provincia*:               ………………………………………….

- CAP:                         ………………………………………….

- Descrizione:              ………………………………………….

- Programma:             ………………………………………….

- Comunicato stampa: ………………………………………….

- Sito WEB dell’evento: ………………………………………….

- Logo:                        ………………………………………….


 Cordiali saluti


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26/03/2015 12:03 Condividi

Giovedì 26 Marzo 2015 - Newsletter n.269 Cervelli da lettura

Su stampato o su schermo, le sfide delle nuove tecnologie alle nostre menti. (Anna Molinari)

La risposta al terrorismo? Il Forum Sociale Mondiale 2015

Apre oggi a Tunisi il Forum Sociale Mondiale 2015: la risposta migliore all’attentato terroristico che ha sconvolto la capitale una settimana fa. (Miriam Rossi)

Riscaldamento globale, Nasa: «Febbraio 2015 il più caldo mai registrato»

Secondo i dati della Nasa, il mondo non è mai stato così caldo per un periodo di 12 mesi come tra il febbraio 2014 e il gennaio 2015.L’agenzia spaziale statunitense sta utilizzando questa modalità 12-month moving average  per poter vedere la marcia del cambiamento di temperatura nel corso del tempo.

L’Africa “cammina” ma l’Europa non se ne accorge.

Quanto sappiamo di quel cosiddetto “rinascimento” che sta riguardano tanti paesi africani? Molto poco, eppure può diventare una grossa opportunità. (Anna Toro)

Unimondo: 5 x 1000 = 92113870288

No. Non preoccupatevi. Non diamo i numeri. È il codice fiscale della nostra Fondazione: 92113870288

Buen vivir e periferie nella Regione Andina

Buen Vivir e trasformazione culturale della società, nei sud della terra e qui, nel nostro contesto di vita occidentale, come chiave di lettura di questioni ineludibili. (Cristiano Morsolin)

Perché cambia una notizia

ll 18 Marzo del 2015 mi è capitato di essere in viaggio mentre arrivavano le prime notizie dell’attentato a Tunisi. Così, un po’ per curiosità un po’ per “deformazione professionale”, ho seguito l’evolversi della notizia sulle principali radio italiane e poi su twitter...(Olivier Turquet)

Giornata Mondiale dell’Acqua (solo se bene comune!)

Oggi è la Giornata Mondiale dell’Acqua, ma al di là delle dichiarazione di facciata l’acqua è ancora un bene comune sotto il costante attacco di governi e multinazionali. (Alessandro Graziadei)

Cina: la grande muraglia digitale?

A quanto pare le nuove regole per il web cinese limitano ulteriormente la libertà e faciliteranno una nuova criminalizzazione delle minoranze… (Alessandro Graziadei)

Diamo un futuro alla memoria, per non dimenticare…

La Biblioteca Civica Popolare di Nova Milanese (Monza e Brianza), in collaborazione con l’Amministrazione Comunale, si occupa, dagli anni’70 del tema della deportazione. (Laura Tussi)

Energy Union europea un bluff chiamato sicurezza energetica

Al summit europeo del 19 marzo si è tornati a parlare di Union Energy. Progetto ambizioso solo nelle dichiarazioni. Gli analisti accusano: la commissione Junker non risolve la questione della sicurezza energetica e della dipendenza dal gas russo. E le fonti rinnovabili rimangono un esercizio retorico. (Massimo Lauria)

A Tunisi attacco contro la rivoluzione

La rivo­lu­zione tuni­sina è entrata nel mirino dello Stato isla­mico. I ter­ro­ri­sti che anno pro­vo­cato una strage al Bardo, il più antico museo archeo­lo­gico del mondo arabo e dell’Africa, hanno com­piuto quell’attacco che i tuni­sini teme­vano da tempo. Non è bastata una rivoluzione. (Giuliana Sgrena)

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26/03/2015 12:05 Condividi

 

COMUNICATO N. 55

PROT 4282/2015/26/03

 

Questo comunicato e’ presente in forma digitale sul Sito Internet: http://www.uiciechi.it/documentazione/circolari/main_circ.asp

 

OGGETTO: Dati finanziari e patrimoniali

 

 

Cara Presidente, Caro Presidente,

il gruppo di lavoro per la gestione del nostro patrimonio sociale, costituito dall'Assemblea Nazionale dei Quadri Dirigenti lo scorso settembre, necessita di dati finanziari e contabili per poter sviluppare al meglio le proprie valutazioni e formulare le proprie proposte.

Ti saro’ grato, pertanto, se vorrai cortesemente compilare, oltre al gia’ previsto prospetto della situazione economica, finanziaria e patrimoniale, l'apposita scheda qui allegata, indicando quanto segue:

a) l’esistenza di eventuali polizze assicurative riguardanti unita’ immobiliari amministrate dalla tua struttura, con le relative condizioni praticate;

b) l'eventuale accensione di mutui, con le relative condizioni di rimborso;

c) le eventuali disponibilita’ finanziarie in titoli, depositi e/o altri  investimenti;

d) l'ammontare dell'eventuale TFR dovuto, nonché la somma gia’ effettivamente accantonata e disponibile.

 Confido sulla tua fattiva e pronta collaborazione, nell'interesse generale della nostra grande famiglia dell'Unione.

Un abbraccio affettuoso.

 

Mario Barbuto

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-condizioni praticate…………………………………………………………………

 

B) IMPORTI DI EVENTUALI MUTUI RICHIESTI

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-MODALITA’  PAGAMENTO RATA……………………………………………….

-CONDIZIONI PRATICATE ……………………………………………………………

 

C) RISERVE FINANZIARIE

 

- TITOLI PUBBLICI……………………………………………..IMPORTO……………………

- ALTRI INVESTIM. …………………………………………..IMPORTO……………………..

 

D) IMPORTO RELATIVO AL T.F.R

 

- ACCANTONATO AL 31/12/2014  €…………………………………………………………..

- VINCOLATO A GARANZIA  €……………………………………………………………………..

 

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Tra gli highlights: SaltStack - per molti esperti l´azienda di Salt Lake City rappresenta una delle recenti rivoluzioni Open Source per la gestione di infrastrutture IT esigenti. L´omonima soluzione, che permette la configurazione centrale in ambienti Linux-, Unix- e Windows, è vincitrice di numerosi riconoscimenti da parte della stampa internazionale, come il prestigioso InfoWorld Technology of the Year Award 2014. Spinta da una community attiva a livello internazionale, il co-fondatore David Boucha presenterà per la prima volta in Italia le novità della soluzione. 

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Behind the dogmas of good old hydrodynamics

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 06:07 PM PDT

A new theory, which gives new insights into the transport of liquid flowing along the surface under applied electric field, has been developed. It may be used in the future in research in physics, chemistry and biology and in many applications including medicine and pharmaceutics.

Ancient Martian lake system records two water-related events

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 06:07 PM PDT

Researchers have completed a new analysis of an ancient Martian lake system in Jezero Crater, near the planet's equator. The study finds that the onslaught of water that filled the crater was one of at least two separate periods of water activity in the region surrounding Jezero.

Common bacteria on verge of becoming antibiotic-resistant superbugs

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 06:05 PM PDT

Antibiotic resistance is poised to spread globally among bacteria frequently implicated in respiratory and urinary infections in hospital settings, according to new research. The study shows that two genes that confer resistance against a particularly strong class of antibiotics can be shared easily among a family of bacteria responsible for a significant portion of hospital-associated infections.

Just right: A spider's tale of finding the perfect sized hole for their nest

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 06:05 PM PDT

A new study shows that southern house spiders are making size-related choices about holes and cavities in which to build their nests.

New score predicts heart disease and stroke risk for anyone in world aged over 40

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 06:03 PM PDT

For the first time, scientists have developed a new risk score that can predict the 10-year risk of developing heart disease or having a stroke in persons aged 40 years or older in any world country.

Desalination with nanoporous graphene membrane

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 06:03 PM PDT

Desalination is an energy-intensive process, which concerns those wanting to expand its application. Now, a team of experimentalists has demonstrated an energy-efficient desalination technology that uses a porous membrane made of strong, slim graphene -- a carbon honeycomb one atom thick.

30 new species discovered in Los Angeles in first-ever intensive urban biodiversity survey

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 12:23 PM PDT

Thirty new insect species of the fly family Phoridae have been discovered in the LA region of California. Describing 30 species in a single paper is rare, but what's especially striking is that all these come from urban Los Angeles.

Coastal property values could erode if nourishment subsidies end

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 12:23 PM PDT

The value of many oceanfront properties on the East Coast could drop dramatically if Congress were to suddenly end federal beach nourishment subsidies. Values could fall by as much as 17 percent in towns with high property values and almost 34 percent in towns with low property values. A gradual reduction of the subsidies, in contrast, is more likely to smooth the transition to more climate-resilient coastal communities.

A mile deep, ocean fish facing health impacts from human pollution

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 12:23 PM PDT

Deep-water marine fish living on the continental slopes at depths from 2,000 feet to one mile have liver pathologies, tumors and other health problems that may be linked to human-caused pollution, one of the first studies of its type has found. Fish have been found with a blend of male and female sex organs including. The findings appear to reflect general ocean conditions.

A new spin on Saturn's peculiar rotation

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 12:23 PM PDT

The precise measurement of Saturn's rotation has presented a great challenge to scientists, as different parts of this sweltering ball of hydrogen and helium rotate at different speeds whereas its rotation axis and magnetic pole are aligned. A new method leads to a new determination of Saturn's rotation period and offers insight into the internal structure of the planet, its weather patterns, and the way it formed.

Climate refuges found where corals survive, grow

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 12:23 PM PDT

As rising ocean temperatures continue to fuel the disappearance of reef-building corals, a new study finds there may be some climate refuges where corals will survive in the future.

Thousands of atoms entangled with a single photon

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 12:19 PM PDT

Physicists have developed a new technique that can successfully entangle 3,000 atoms using only a single photon. The results represent the largest number of particles that have ever been mutually entangled experimentally.

Supermassive black hole clears star-making gas from galaxy's core

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 12:18 PM PDT

A new study provides the first observational evidence that a supermassive black hole at the center of a large galaxy can power huge, wide-angled outpourings of material from deep inside the galaxy's core. These outflows remove massive quantities of star-making gas, thus influencing the size, shape and overall fate of the host galaxy.

More big storms increase tropical rainfall totals

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 12:18 PM PDT

Increasing rainfall in certain parts of the tropics, colloquially described as the wet get wetter and warm get wetter, has long been a projection of climate change. Now observations have shown that an increase in large thunderstorms is the primary reason for this phenomenon.

Mitigating reptile road mortality

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 12:18 PM PDT

Ecopassages may be less effective reptile road mortality mitigation tools when fences fail to keep reptiles from accessing the road.

Study maps development one U. S. county at a time

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 12:17 PM PDT

Researchers have developed a county-by-county map of the United States' "lower 48" that tells a story of land cover and development across the nation, and could provide a framework for planners and policy makers as they consider future development.

Just slip out the back, Jack: Are humans hardwired to break-up and move on?

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 12:17 PM PDT

When it comes to romantic relationships, a research review article suggests humans are wired to break-up and move on. Drawing largely upon the field of evolutionary psychology, they say men and women might break up for different reasons. For instance, a man is more likely to end a relationship because a woman has had a sexual relationship with another man. On the other hand, a woman may be more likely to break up if her partner has been emotionally unfaithful.

Two most destructive termite species forming superswarms in South Florida

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 12:17 PM PDT

Two of the most destructive termite species in the world are swarming together in South Florida. They might mate, forming a hybrid, and that worries the UF/IFAS scientists who found the superswarm.

Rare-earth innovation to improve nylon manufacturing

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 12:17 PM PDT

Scientists have created a new chemical process that makes use of the widely available rare-earth metal cerium to improve the manufacture of nylon.

Emergency medicine physicians urge colleagues to help prevent gun violence

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 11:02 AM PDT

Two practicing emergency medicine physicians -- both thought leaders at the forefront of finding solutions to the public health crisis of gun violence -- urge their colleagues to take direct action to protect the health and safety of patients and communities.

New form of ice: Square ice filling for a graphene sandwich

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 11:02 AM PDT

Water exists in myriad forms, and for poets and scientists alike this structurally simple yet at the same time behaviourally complex molecule never fails to fascinate. In our everyday lives we are familiar with water in its more common liquid, ice and vapour forms. Scientists also study water under more extreme conditions, including at high pressures, where it can exist in the solid state even at room temperature.

Sleep loss tied to emotional reactions

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 11:02 AM PDT

A new book summarizes research on the interplay of sleep and various components of emotion and affect that are related to mood disorders, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder and depression.

Lemur teeth help take a bite out of Madagascar's mysteries

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 10:51 AM PDT

Research on lemurs' geographic mobility may help direct future conservation efforts on Madagascar. For centuries, scientists have marveled at Madagascar's lemur species, whose origins are unique to Madagascar. Unfortunately, all large-bodied species of lemur (as well as other native fauna larger in size than a small dog) have gone extinct in the past 2,000 years, most likely due to hunting pressure and deforestation. Researchers believe that gaining a better understanding of how animal mobility has been affected by the loss of species and habitat will be beneficial to current and future conservation efforts on the island.

Shell-shocked: Ocean acidification likely hampers tiny shell builders in Southern Ocean

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 10:51 AM PDT

A ubiquitous type of phytoplankton -- tiny organisms that are the base of the marine food web -- appears to be suffering from the effects of ocean acidification caused by climate change. According to authors of a new study, the single-celled organism under study is a type of "calcifying" plankton called a coccolithophore, which makes energy from sunlight and builds microscopic calcium carbonate shells, or plates, to produce a chalky suit of armor.

Hydrolyzed fish fertilizer tested in organic vegetable production

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 10:51 AM PDT

A two-year study evaluated an organic fish fertilizer in a squash/collard rotation, and compared its effectiveness to inorganic sources. Although yields were reduced in the crops grown with hydrolyzed fish fertilizer treatments, economic analyses showed that premium prices and potential profits associated with organic products were enough to offset reduced yield. The authors said that the use of hydrolyzed fish fertilizer could be an economically feasible option in organic vegetable production.

Link between lifestyles of indigenous communities, gut microbial ecologies discovered

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 10:26 AM PDT

A strong association between the lifestyles of indigenous communities and their gut microbial ecologies (gut microbiome) has been discovered by researchers. This study that may have implications for the health of all people, they say.

Does your password pass muster? Password strength meters not all created equal

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 10:26 AM PDT

New research exposes the weakness of password strength meters, and shows consumers should remain skeptical when the bar turns green in order to create strong passwords.

Position statement on non-invasive prenatal screening issued

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 10:26 AM PDT

Two professional societies of human geneticists have issued a position statement on the promise and challenges of non-invasive prenatal testing, a procedure to test blood drawn from pregnant mothers for Down syndrome and other chromosomal disorders in the fetus. The document addresses the current scope of and future improvements in NIPT technology, ways it may fit with existing prenatal screening protocols, options and priorities in implementation, and associated social and ethical issues.

Carbon nanotube fibers make superior links to brain

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 10:25 AM PDT

Carbon nanotube fibers may provide the best way to communicate directly with the brain. The research could enable new strategies for treating neurological disorders like Parkinson's, investigators say.

Experience saves lives: Advanced life-support study reveals differences in survival rates

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 10:25 AM PDT

An advanced form of life support that takes over for the failing hearts and lungs of critically ill patients saves lives. But for adults, the odds of surviving depend on which hospital provides the life-supporting treatment -- with the best odds at ones that use the technique dozens of times a year, a new study finds.

Suicide risk: Variety of dialectical behavior therapy interventions with therapists effective

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 10:25 AM PDT

A variety of dialectical behavior therapy interventions helped to reduce suicide attempts and nonsuicidal self-injury acts in a randomized clinical trial of women with borderline personality disorder who were highly suicidal.

Autistic children more likely to have GI issues in early life

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 10:25 AM PDT

Children with autism spectrum disorder were two-and-a-half times more likely to have persistent gastrointestinal symptoms as infants and toddlers than children with typical development, researchers report.

Mental health disorders complicate standards used by ACA to penalize hospitals for readmission

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 10:17 AM PDT

Co-existing psychiatric illness should be considered in assessing hospital readmissions for three common medical conditions used by Medicare and Medicaid to penalize hospitals with 'excessive' readmission rates. That was the conclusion of a newly published collaborative study by 11 major US healthcare providers affiliated with the nationwide Mental Health Research Network.

Studies of health information exchanges yet to show strong evidence of benefits, paper says

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 10:17 AM PDT

Health information exchanges are supposed to improve the speed, quality, safety and cost of patient care, but there is little evidence of that in existing health information exchange benefit studies, according to a research paper.

Pre-K children outpace normal expectations through kindergarten

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 10:17 AM PDT

Students who were enrolled in the NC Pre-K Program are making significant gains across all areas of learning through the end of kindergarten, according to a new report.

Unexplained warm layer discovered in Venus' atmosphere

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 10:17 AM PDT

Scientists have found a warm layer in Venus' atmosphere, the nature of which is still unknown. The researchers made the discovery when compiling a temperature map of the upper atmosphere on the planet's night side based on the data collected by the Venus Express probe.

Education may not improve our life chances of happiness

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 10:16 AM PDT

Getting a good education may not improve your life chances of happiness, according to new mental health research.

Drinking raw milk dramatically increases risk for foodborne illness

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 10:15 AM PDT

The risks of drinking raw (unpasteurized) cow's milk are significant, research shows. Investigators have determined that raw milk was associated with over half of all milk-related foodborne illness.

Why drug for type II diabetes makes people fat

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 10:14 AM PDT

Medication used to treat patients with type II diabetes activates sensors on brain cells that increase hunger, causing people taking this drug to gain more body fat, according to researchers. The study describes a new way to affect hunger in the brain and helps to explain why people taking a class of drugs for type II diabetes gain more body fat.

Control switch that modulates cell stress response may be key to multiple diseases

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 10:14 AM PDT

A control switch has been discovered for the unfolded protein response (UPR), a cellular stress relief mechanism drawing major scientific interest because of its role in cancer, diabetes, inflammatory disorders and several neural degenerative disorders, including Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).

Promising new biomarkers for concussion identified

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 08:08 AM PDT

A panel of four readily detectable blood proteins can accurately indicate concussion, even helping distinguishing it from other injuries, according to a new study. Researchers found the panel by employing the unusual strategy of looking at the body's inflammatory response to trauma, which might also be a therapeutic target.

Hospitals, physicians should improve communication for better patient care

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 08:08 AM PDT

Coordinating patient care between hospital clinicians and primary-care physicians is a significant challenge due to poor communication and gaps in information-sharing strategies, according to a study. The inability to share timely information can increase the risk of missed test results and hospital readmissions, said the study's corresponding author.

Explosions of Jupiter's aurora linked to extraordinary planet-moon interaction

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 08:08 AM PDT

New observations of the planet's extreme ultraviolet emissions show that bright explosions of Jupiter's aurora likely also get kicked off by the planet-moon interaction, not by solar activity.

HBV exposure matures infants' immune systems

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 08:08 AM PDT

Hepatitis B Virus Infection exposure increases the immune system maturation of infants, which may give a better survival advantage to counteract bacterial infection during early life, a new study concludes. These findings radically modify the way that HBV vertical infection of neonates (mother-to-child) is portrayed, and present a paradigm shift in the approach to treatment of patients with chronic hepatitis B.

Phase 1 trial of first Ebola vaccine based on 2014 virus strain shows vaccine is safe and provokes an immune response

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 08:07 AM PDT

Medical researchers now have the results from the first phase 1 trial of an Ebola vaccine based on the current (2014) strain of the virus.  Until now, all tested Ebola virus vaccines have been based on the virus strain from the Zaire outbreak in 1976.  The results suggest that the new vaccine is safe, and provokes an immune response in recipients, although further long-term testing will be needed to establish whether it can protect against the Ebola virus.

Mobile battery life can be prolonged with system settings

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 08:07 AM PDT

By using crowdsourced measurements researchers explain the energy impact of smartphone system settings, and their results show how to improve a mobile device's battery lifetime by adjusting the settings. Researchers have studied how the impact of different settings on battery lifetime can be estimated using crowdsourced measurements from a large community of devices.

Use of minimally invasive surgery could lower health care costs by hundreds of millions a year

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 08:06 AM PDT

A new analysis of surgical outcomes nationwide concludes that more use of minimally invasive surgery for certain common procedures can dramatically reduce post-operative complications and shave hundreds of millions of dollars off the nation’s health care bill.

Prenatal exposure to common air pollution linked to cognitive, behavioral impairment

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 08:06 AM PDT

A powerful relationship between prenatal polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) exposure and disturbances in parts of the brain that support information processing and behavioral control have been identified by researchers. The study showed reductions in nearly the entire white matter surface of the brain's left hemisphere -- loss associated with slower processing of information during intelligence testing and more severe behavioral problems, including ADHD and aggression.

Researchers greatly increase precision of new genome editing tool

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 07:24 AM PDT

CRISPR-Cas9 is a powerful new tool for editing the genome. For researchers around the world, the CRISPR-Cas9 technique is an exciting innovation because it is faster and cheaper than previous methods. Now researchers have found a solution to considerably increase the efficiency of precise genetic modifications by up to eightfold.

Nanorobotic agents open the blood-brain barrier, offering hope for new brain treatments

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 07:19 AM PDT

Magnetic nanoparticles can open the blood-brain barrier and deliver molecules directly to the brain, say researchers. This barrier runs inside almost all vessels in the brain and protects it from elements circulating in the blood that may be toxic to the brain. The research is important as currently 98% of therapeutic molecules are also unable to cross the blood-brain barrier.

Damselfly war games: Flying insects take note of opponents' strengths, abilities before entering into a fight

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 07:19 AM PDT

Before a male damselfly hot-headedly enters into a duel of aerial sparring, it first works out its strategy. It gives its opponent's wings a once-over to assess its strength, knowing that more transparent wings and larger red spots generally show a stronger rival. Those who then decide to engage in long fights either try to wear their opponent down, or dazzle them with brilliant aerial moves that are too hard to follow, scientists have found.

Protecting nerve tissue during bowel surgery

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 07:19 AM PDT

After bowel surgery, more than half of the patients suffer from irreparable nerve damage. Now scientists have developed an assistance system that warns surgeons about the risk of inflicting possible injury during operations in the pelvic area. The experts are currently working on a solution for minimally invasive surgery.

Management of peatlands has large climate impacts

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 07:19 AM PDT

Drainage and management of pristine peatlands increase greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere. A recent study, based on a new, wide data set collected from northern peatlands indicates that particularly those peatlands which have been taken into agricultural use have significant warming impact on climate.

Mutations that may enable earlier diagnosis of colorectal cancer recurrence identified

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 06:35 AM PDT

A multi-disciplinary team of doctors and scientists has characterized the genetic changes associated with the spread of colorectal cancer to the liver. Most patients are initially diagnosed with an early stage disease. However, a proportion of these patients will develop a recurrence of the cancer (metastasis), typically in the liver, one to three years after their colon surgery. If identified early, the liver metastasis may be amenable to surgical removal, and cure may still be possible.

Pregnant women not getting enough omega-3, critical for infant development, research shows

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 06:35 AM PDT

A research team studied the first 600 women in a cohort during and after their pregnancy to see whether they were consuming enough omega-3 long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (omega 3-LCPUFA) to meet current recommendations. They found that in fact, most of these women were not.

Perceived open-mindedness explains religion-based dating

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 06:35 AM PDT

Across a number of faiths and cultures, people tend to date and marry others who share their religious beliefs. Now, new psychology research suggests this phenomenon -- known as 'religious homogamy' -- is partially a result of inferences about religious people's personalities.

Promising drug a 'new paradigm' for treating leukemia

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 06:35 AM PDT

A compound that delays leukemia in mice and effectively kills leukemia cells in human tissue samples has been developed by researchers, raising hopes that the drug could lead to improved treatments in people. The researchers call it an exciting 'new paradigm' for treating leukemia, they say.

High prevalence of sleep disordered breathing in adults with sickle cell

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 06:35 AM PDT

Adults with sickle cell disease who report trouble with sleep could actually have a clinical diagnosis of sleep disordered breathing which could lower their oxygen levels at night. "Our study suggests that patients with sickle cell disorder should be screened using a questionnaire to identify problems with sleep. For further testing, an oxygen desaturation index is another low-cost screening tool that can identify sleep disordered breathing in this population," said the first author.

Business people prefer working in their cars instead of trains, planes and airports

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 06:35 AM PDT

Noisy and cramped conditions in trains, planes and airports are discouraging many commuters and business people from working while travelling, new research shows.

Zooming in on panoramas with your tablet

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 06:34 AM PDT

Most people are familiar with the fictional world of "Star Trek," in which the characters can use a holodeck to create and interact with virtual worlds. It is possible to recreate a similar (but milder) effect in the real world using 360-degree panoramic images. Researchers are bringing them now to our tablets -- including individual camera work and editing. You are subscribed to email updates from Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily
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Da venerdì 27 a domenica 30 marzo, una girandola di spettacoli e incontri da non perdere nei giorni conclusivi del festival di teatro per le nuove generazioni "Lucca Teatro Festival - Che cosa sono le nuvole?", organizzato da La Cattiva Compagnia in collaborazione con il Teatro del Giglio.

Venerdì 27 marzo
ore 14:45 Teatro San Girolamo - Ernest e Celestine: La Cattiva Compagnia presenta una trasposizione teatrale del racconto di Daniel Pennac
ore 18 Auditorium del Suffragio - I Love Frankestein della compagnia Eccentrici Dadarò, una visione in chiave comica del classico della letteratura
ore 21 Teatro San Girolamo - Lo Sconcerto della DisturBanda, un esilarante spettacolo musicale tra jazz, classica, colonne sonore, gag e improvvisazioni

Sabato 28 marzo
ore 9:45 Teatro del Giglio - Il Cielo degli Orsi, favole raccontate col gioco delle ombre dagli attori del Teatro Giocovita
ore 11:30 Teatro San Girolamo - I Tre Porcellini, Lupus in Fabula con la compagnia Giallomare Teatro, tra favole, musica e effetti visivi
ore 15 sala Ademollo di Palazzo Ducale - incontro aperto al pubblico ad ingresso gratuito con Mario Bianchi autore, regista, animatore e critico di teatro, che si è dedicato al teatro per ragazzi
ore 17:30 sala Ademollo di Palazzo Ducale - incontro pubblico ad ingresso gratuito con Carlo Presotto e Giacomo Verde. Attore e drammaturgo italiano, Presotto è presidente e direttore artistico de LA PICCIONAIA I CARRARA, Teatro Stabile di innovazione con sede a Vicenza; mentre Verde è attore, autore, musicista e regista e dal 1983 realizza videotape prima in rapporto alla pratica teatrale poi come opera a sé
ore 21 Teatro San Girolamo La Gazza Ladra - spettacolo pieno di storie e musiche per avvicinare i giovani all'opera lirica

Domenica 29 marzo
ore 10, presentandosi al Puccini Museum Casa natale di Giacomo Puccini con il biglietto d'ingresso dello spettacolo Nessun Dorma, si potrà seguire una visita guidata ad ingresso gratuito (fino ai 14 anni) e ridotto per gli adulti
ore 11:30 Auditorium del Suffragio - Nessun Dorma con la compagnia TeatroLinguaggi, ispirato alla Turandot di Giacomo Puccini, raccontata dal punto di vista di Pu Tin Pao
ore 16 Teatro del Giglio - replica di Il Cielo degli Orsi, favole raccontate col gioco delle ombre dagli attori del Teatro Giocovita


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800-CEO-READ Joins Forces with Page Foundry to Sell eBooks in Bulk

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 06:30 PM PDT

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A new deal struck between business book broker 800-CEO-READ and e-book merchant Page Foundry is going to allow small businesses to not only buy more literature but share it, too.

It sounds old-fashioned but a lot of small business owners still use books – those bound things with lots of printed pages, generally found on a shelf – to continue their education.

And a lot of industry-specific information is delivered in book form, too.

Of course, today there are e-books and it’s more than just business owners who are consulting them to further their knowledge base.

800-CEO-READ CEO Sally Haldorson said in an email conversation with Small Business Trends:

“In our book, The 100 Best Business Books of All Time, we wrote, “Sitting at the educational crossroads of ‘I know nothing about this,’ and ‘Let’s hire a consultant,’ good business books contain a high-value proposition for $20 and 2 hours of your attention.”

“Small business owners are busy running their business and often learning as they go. eBooks make that learning even quicker and easier.”

With the deal in place between 800-CEO-READ and Page Foundry, a small business would be able to buy a pin code to a book and then distribute a certain amount of electronic copies of that book to their colleagues or contemporaries.

Both companies involved in the deal have a focus on business book sales. Page Foundry specializes in bulk distribution of eBooks. And 800-CEO-READ has been a resource for business books for more than 30 years.

The partnership means that an 800-CEO-READ customer can decide to buy a bulk amount of eBooks either online or by phone.

Haldorson added in a statement:

“We couldn’t be happier to add bulk eBooks to our palette of services for authors and publishers, and ultimately, the corporate audiences and general business readers looking to improve their working lives.”

As soon as the transaction is complete, the customer gets a series of PIN codes that can be distributed as the purchaser sees fit.

So if a small business owner wants to buy a new eBook on graphic design and deliver it to their team to consult or read, they’d give them a PIN to access the book.

The eBooks purchased from 800-CEO-READ and gotten with that PIN code can be read from within the company’s mobile app, available on Android and iOS.

In an announcement of the deal, 800-CEO-READ says it can also deliver the books in other ways, like email distribution or printed cards for using in a presentation or even a mailer.

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Time to Clean Up Broken Business Processes for Efficiency

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 04:30 PM PDT

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Now that you’re in the mode of spring cleaning, let’s take that same desire to sort and organize and apply it to your way of running your business. I’m willing to bet that you’ve “grandfathered in” certain processes in your operations and simply haven’t bothered to consider that there might be more efficient ways to do things or that you may have broken business processes.

Let’s change that right now.

Spend a Day in Your Life

It’s not always possible to see what’s broken in your business processes, so we’re going to make a conscious effort to catalog how you’re doing things. For a day (or maybe even several), keep a notepad of all the activities you do, as well as your processes for each.

Here’s what that might look like:

Update social media: Log into Twitter, Google Plus, and LinkedIn and post updates several times throughout the day. Check email: Spend about five minutes every other hour checking and responding to email. Pay invoices: As invoices come in, I log into our accounting system to cut a check.

Taking a survey of what you’re doing and how you’re doing it can help you see where you’re wasting time.

Look at Alternatives

This is where all those marvelous apps and software programs come in handy. Just looking at the list above, I can already see that a tool like Hootsuite would help cut down on the time you spend logging in to each social site, and let you do all your social update scheduling at once, so that you’re not logging in over and over throughout the day.

There are other tools you can use to streamline your processes. Customer relationship management (CRM) software can simplify the sales process for you, as well as make it easier to manage your customer contacts. With email marketing software, you can send targeted messages to really segmented groups. And productivity apps can help you keep track of your notes, stay on top of deadlines, and manage your time more smartly.

Beyond those apps, consider smarter time management. Rather than doing something multiple times a day, like checking your email, or as soon as something comes up, like paying invoices, establish specific times you’ll handle those things. Maybe you check your email when you first get to the office, before lunch, and at the end of the day. And maybe you decide you’ll pay all invoices on the first of the month. You’re saving major time by better prioritizing it.

Implement One Change at a Time

If you try to change everything at once, you’ll get frustrated and fail. Instead, choose one new tool or process at a time, implement it, and adjust to it. Admire how much time you save, then move on to the next. Your goal here is to find savvier ways to get all your tasks done so that you’re not constantly reinventing the wheel by doing things the hard way. There are tools out there to help small business owners, so take advantage of them.

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Don’t Wait to Prepare for the Next Canadian Winter

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 02:30 PM PDT

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Is it safe to say winter is finally behind us?

For a lot of Canadian small business owners, this past season was one of the worst. In Toronto, February was the coldest on record.

Some in the eastern provinces even endured a snowstorm on the first day of Spring.

But before you put away the snow shovel, there are a few things it’d be prudent to do in preparation for the next Canadian winter and whatever it might bring.

David Rumer, the Vice President of Market Development at Sage North America, says that Canadian small businesses need to take time now to prepare for next winter.

And really, they should have a plan in place for any type of extreme weather: whether it’s unseasonably warmer temperatures in Vancouver that could dampen the winter months, severe storms in Ontario, or coastal storms in the east.

“Us Canadians, we have to embrace the seasons because you’re not going to change them,” Rumer said in an interview with Small Business Trends.

Rumer says small businesses should have two general plans in place: a basic emergency plan and a business continuity plan.

A study conducted last year by Sage found that extreme winter conditions negatively impacted about 25 percent of all Canadian small businesses. Rumer estimates that figure could be carried over and applied to this year too, in the absence of updated data.

Not having either of these plans in place will likely result in losses of revenue, profit, and productivity.

To come up with a solid plan, Canadian small business owners should sit down, assess their business operation and do a business impact evaluation, Rumer says.

Canadian Winter Preparations Basic Emergency Plan

The basic emergency plan should be a catch-all for any time of year, even though, for Canadian businesses, winter seems to have the most noticeable impact.

Here are a few basic things any business can do to prepare for bad weather.

Retail locations should be amply stocked with ice melt and have a snow removal plan in place.

They should also have an emergency exit plan ready in case of a disaster.

And depending on the type of business, Rumer suggests business owners acquire specific insurance policies to cover against injuries or accidents that could occur.

Business Continuity Plan

For any type of business, physical or online, staying “open” in the event of bad weather is extremely critical.

Essentially, there is no need for a “snow day” if a business is making full use of technology.

Rumer says that having mobile access to customers can help businesses offer consistency of service even if severe weather has made it difficult or impossible to reach them physically.

For businesses existing in the virtual realm, there are measures that need to be taken in the event of severe weather, too. These include ensuring computer security and making sure the company’s data is maintained and safe in the event of any kind of system failure.

Create Then Implement

A great plan on paper is just that. It has no value unless it’s being followed by everyone in your organization.

Once a plan is created, Rumer says it’s essential that education and training are conducted. Make sure everyone on your team understands his or her role in the event of an emergency or crippling winter storm.

There’s no wrong time to prepare and get these plans in place, Rumer says. It’s never too soon to start thinking about next winter, either. And if you get stuck while figuring out your emergency plan, don’t worry. There are plenty of resources online and locally you can consult.

“When it comes to protecting your business, can you be over-prepared? I don’t think so,” he says.

Of course, there are some ways a business owner could misstep when making Canadian winter preparations for the next big cold spell. Buying too much insurance is one possibility.

But remember, Rumer says, “The best insurance is when you don’t have to collect on your insurance.”

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Spotlight: Wag N’ Wash Creates One-Stop for Pets and Owners

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 12:30 PM PDT

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Pet owners often have to patronize a lot of different businesses in order to keep their animals healthy and happy. But Wag N’ Wash Pet Food & Bakery is trying to make things a bit easier for pets and their owners.

The company does so by offering a variety of different products and services, ranging from grooming and self-wash services to food, and other pet supplies. The business even offers in-store bakeries at each location that make pet treats on site.

Learn more about this business concept and how it’s helping make pets happier and healthier in this week’s Small Business Spotlight.

What the Business Does

Offers a full line of products and services aimed at making pets healthier and happier.

Each Wag N’ Wash location features a wide range of products including toys, collars, bedding, natural pet food, treats, supplements and other supplies. That’s in addition to their grooming and self-wash services and trademark pet bakeries.

Business Niche

Providing an all-encompassing experience.

Aside from just offering a huge range of products and services, Wag N’ Wash also takes great pride in its knowledgeable staff. The employees at each store can help customers determine the right products and services for their pets. Dan Remus, co-founder of Wag N’ Wash, explains:

“Our guests treat their companion animals as members of the family and they wish to provide them with the best products and services. Wag N’ Wash gives them everything they need to achieve that, all under one roof.”

How the Business Got Started

From a desire to help their own dog.

Remus and Jef Strauss, who founded the business together in 1999, wanted to create an opportunity to spend more time with their aging Dalmatian, Geni. Remus says:

“We wanted to create a business that would allow her to be by our side and would connect us with other pet loving members of our community.”

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Biggest Win

Discovering the benefits of natural pet food.

Remus explains:

“A representative from a pet food distributor would pay us visits and educated us on the horrible ingredients that exist in commercial pet food and of the benefits of all-natural foods. We quickly became advocates of natural foods for our dog Geni and for the companions of our guests. This changed the game for our store, as we moved from just a wash service to a full line retail destination carrying natural foods and supplies for a healthy, natural lifestyle. The business took off then and hasn’t stopped.”

Biggest Risk

Self-funding their first store.

Remus says:

“Banks would not lend us money and told us we were crazy for trying to compete in an industry with national chains like Petsmart and Petco. So we mortgaged our home to start the business we believed so much in, and it paid off! Had it not worked out, we probably would have lost our home.”

How They’d Spend an Extra $100,000

Increasing brand recognition and supporting growth in new markets.

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Business Motto

Give back to the communities they serve.

In each of the communities with Wag N’ Wash franchises, the business works to help local dogs and pet owners in various ways. Remus explains:

“We truly believe that if a business expects to receive from a community, they must be willing to give to that community. We hold adoption fairs and fundraisers in our stores regularly. In 2014, our community outreach resulted in donations totaling over $90,000 to local non-profits that benefit companion animals. Over 100 dogs and cats found their new forever homes last year through adoption fairs in our stores. Since we started hosting in-store adoption fairs, that total has exceeded 2000.”

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8 Ways To Increase Engagement and Get More Followers on Twitter

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 10:00 AM PDT

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Every company or social media department wants to know how to get more followers and engagement on Twitter. Growing these numbers is possible, if you are determined and have a concrete strategy. It’s mostly about the approach and the best messaging that aligns with your overall brand.

Depending on your company’s culture and media policies, what works for some companies may not work for others. But some of the strategies outlined below can help most companies increase engagement — in the form of replies, favorites, and retweets — as well as get more followers on Twitter.

Increase Engagement and Get More Followers on Twitter by… Using Humor

My one true love. @Tacobell pic.twitter.com/YYqhL1KkO9

— Men’s Humor (@MensHumor) December 18, 2014

The above tweet was retweeted by Taco Bell’s Twitter account, which is a good example of social media (especially Twitter) done perfectly. Their sense of humor in their content is right on point with their audience, and it only serves to further fan the flames of customers’ loyalty to them. Using humor (in the right context and level dependent on your target audience) is a great way to make your Twitter accounts more engaging and fun not to mention being a very successful tactic to get more followers on Twitter.

Using Current Events (Within Reason)

 

Wine and chocolate pairings for Valentine’s Day from @EricAsimov http://t.co/yZDxcO4cqj — NYT Food (@nytfood) February 5, 2015

Don’t use 9/11 as an excuse to tweet out a memorial message. But, when used in the right context, current events can be a great way to fuel conversation on Twitter. Twitterjacking trending topics just to try to get your brand more exposure can often backfire, so only participate in trending topics or current events that are applicable to your brand, such as the Valentine’s Day tweet above from the New York Times Food account.

@NYTFood did an awesome job of relating their content to the nationwide holiday in a way that is interesting to their audience, enticing clicks, retweets, and replies.

Bringing Up Your Audience’s Passions

 

10 things you can tell about your date by their car: http://t.co/58PVfEaWXx via @Buzzfeed pic.twitter.com/Od84nfcA9z

— Ford Motor Company (@Ford) February 5, 2015

Ford does a great job with all their social media, but this is a good example of sharing external content that your audience would think is interesting or entertaining. Think of the core subject (or group of subjects) that your audience is most interested in, and build content around that. For example, if you are a plumber, you know your target audience is most likely homeowners. Therefore, posting content about kitchen remodeling or how to make sure your pipes don’t freeze in the winter is a safe bet.

Including Hashtags

 

New job: @SafeSoft is hiring a VP, Inside Sales in Woodland Hills, CA. http://t.co/gOdbdoOOCp #growthhacking #sales — GrowthHackers (@GrowthHackers) February 5, 2015

According to Inc., tweets with hashtags get double the engagement than those without (but only when there is a maximum of two).  These hashtags make your tweets more findable in user queries, thus increasing the likelihood that a user outside your network will find your tweets (and hopefully your entire Twitter account as well, which they might choose to follow.)

To save character space in tweets, try to use existing words in your tweet hashtags, instead of adding another ones at the end. For instance, “22 #SocialMedia Tips from @SujanPatel URL #marketing” is going to be a lot less character space than “22 Social Media Tips from @SujanPatel URL #marketing #socialmedia,” which is redundant and leaves less space for comments and retweets from other users.

Reaching Out Personally

Many regular Twitter users use their own personal accounts for customer service inquiries, feedback, and requests. This means that Twitter could be a goldmine when it comes to servicing customers or responding to feedback. The Delta Assist Twitter profile is a great example of social media customer service done right. The company has a dedicated social media team and always responds to customers directly, through tweets and then DMs (direct messages, which are private).

No matter what platform, customers just want to feel like they are heard. They appreciate personalized, fast feedback that solves a problem or answers a question for them and leading by example will certainly help you get more followers on Twitter.

Participating in Twitter Chats

If you want to get more followers on Twitter and high engagement quickly, consider participating (or hosting!) regular Twitter chats, which are basically discussions using a single unique hashtag (such as #PRchat or #glasschat) just for that specific chat.

Twubs.com has a pretty good Twitter Chat directory, or you could also search Google for a specific industry chat, like “[Industry Keyword] + Twitter chat.”

Then, set your calendar to participate each week. The chat host will start the chat at a specific time with the first question, usually marked as Q1. To answer that question, send a tweet from your account with an A1, then your answer, then the Twitter chat hashtag at the end.

Live Tweeting Industry Events and Conferences

Live tweeting meet-ups, conferences, or industry events is an awesome way to get more visibility. Share key quotes, tools, or pieces of wisdom from speakers, as well as photos of the event, tagging whoever appears in the content. As conference-goers (and those who wish they had gone) view the event hashtag’s stream, they might see your post and decide to engage with it or follow your account for more great industry insight.

Tagboard is a great free tool for this. To see a good example of what people live tweet about, check out Tagboard’s results for South by Southwest Interactive every year, which happens in March.

Creating Visual Masterpieces

 

Join us tomorrow for #SemanticChat at 3pm ET! @CBarrows @mjboyce @KaitMoffatt @aktetreault @kmullett @semrush pic.twitter.com/qeaZg6vt2p

— Semantic Chat (@SemanticChat) February 5, 2015

The above example is a great, visual reminder of an upcoming event. You can tell it was created solely for Twitter because it is mentioning a Twitter-specific event and contains all the pertinent information you’d need to see at a glance. Consider taking your tweets up a notch with custom or illustrative photos, which make your tweets stand out more in a user’s feed (as they take up more real estate than a text-only tweet.)

Being successful at Twitter takes some getting used to. Regular updates, content, and tweaking can ensure that no matter which of these strategies you use, your account can be successful and you can indeed increase engagement and get more followers on Twitter.

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See What Biz Owners Say is The Bad Business Habit They’d Like to Break

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 07:35 AM PDT

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Of all the bad business habits out there, which one would you most like to break? Micromanaging? Overspending? Procrastination?

Would it surprise you to learn that “wearing too many hats” is the bad business habit that 35 percent of business owners say they’d want to kick?

Yes, that’s right. Taking on too many roles and responsibilities is what more than one-third of small business owners said they want to change.

That was the top choice of bad business habits to break, in the sixth annual Brother International Small Business Survey, conducted by Wakefield Research.

We small business owners are notorious for wearing many hats. Apparently, quite a few of us do not see that as a good thing.

That’s not surprising. When we overload ourselves with responsibilities, three things tend to happen:

The business suffers, because we don’t have the time for strategy and the big picture. We’re mired in the daily details. If we’re not careful, we become a process bottleneck. Our employees can’t get their work done because something is always waiting on us. Customers aren’t served well, either. Our quality-of-life suffers. Stress increases with a too-heavy workload and too many responsibilities. The family may feel neglected because we have less time for them.

Bad business habits of small business owners

And according to John Wandishin, Vice President of Brother International, many small business people see technology as key to kicking the “too many hats” habit.

“One of the things that bubbled up in the survey is a keen interest in technology. Business owners see an opportunity for technology to help them be more productive in their businesses,” Wandishin said.

In fact, another question in the survey asked what business owners would spend on if they had a five percent increase in revenues.  The answer was illuminating. The most popular response? Invest in new technology — with 41 percent choosing that option. The next most selected response was invest in sales and marketing, chosen by 35 percent. Investing in employee benefits or hiring new staff came in considerably lower.

But Wandishin told us in an interview that it would be wrong to interpret the survey as prioritizing technology over people. “If you look at another question in the survey, one of their employees’ biggest requests is for more up-to-date technology.  Take those two points into consideration, and at the end of the day it’s about business owners helping their employees with what they need in order to do their jobs, and at the same time gaining a competitive advantage in the marketplace,” said Wandishin.

In other words, it’s about investing in employees by getting them better tools.

Wandishin also noted another significant point that came out of the survey: small business owners are interested in the Internet of Things. Thirty three percent said they plan to take better advantage of the Internet of Things in the next year.

“The Internet of Things is more than a buzzword phrase. It’s about understanding your workflow and how today’s technology gives so many options,” he added.

It’s not just about storing information in the cloud, either.  Think about using devices that interact with the cloud, such as smartphones and printers that let you retrieve information directly from cloud storage or cloud apps.

It really gets to a broader understanding of the cloud, and what it can do for your business, he pointed out.  “For example, in a customer presentation, you don’t need to say ‘I’ll send that to you’ but you can deliver it right there, in real time. It makes a small business more nimble.”

But, he said, analyzing your true needs is key.

“Good technology can’t make a bad process better,” said Wandishin.  “People can get blinded by shiny objects, and it prevents them from seeing what they really need.”

His advice?

“Start with what you’re trying to accomplish in your business,” he says.  “Then look for the technology that helps you achieve that.”

Don’t overbuy, either.

“We used to see offices buy one large copier for everyone. But there are smaller, less expensive copiers and several of those may better meet your needs,” he says.

It’s not just the cost of acquiring the technology, but the ongoing costs, including workflow and productivity costs.

“Think about your people walking to that central printer multiple times per day, and being away from their desks,” he added.  How productive is that?

Wandishin, who’s been with Brother almost 24 years, said that the company’s data years ago led to the understanding that the small business owner isn’t an IT person and probably doesn’t have an IT person in-house.  Brother discovered that a big pain point is not being able to get support to set up and begin using a new piece of technology — or to solve issues that may come up.  Brother, he says, made lifetime telephone support a standard part of their technology for that reason.

“Support is a critical need when it comes to small business technology,” asserts Wandishin.

The survey was conducted of 500 small business owners with under 100 employees, in February of 2015. Brother International Corporation is a multibillion dollar provider of workflow and printing solutions, serving small businesses and other size businesses. More about the survey can be found here.

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How to Effectively Connect to Influential Bloggers

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 05:00 AM PDT

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Have you noticed how some bloggers have pretty much reached celebrity status?

Those well-known writers are read almost constantly, have an active social media presence that practically forms its own little community, and have a number of ins with other influential bloggers that have their own network of visibility.

It is no surprise that connecting to these influential bloggers is a primary focus for those looking to promote themselves or their own product or website. Building connections with bloggers can have lasting benefits, including long-term traffic sources, recurring campaign support and reputation management help.

The good news is that this is an area where most bloggers are happy to oblige, as long as you approach them in the right way.

Unfortunately, there are a lot of wrong ways to do it, and messing up once can ruin your chances for all future one-on-one interaction. Here are some tips to effectively connect to influential bloggers, and so be seen in the right way.

Be Prepared To Show That You’re Worth Knowing

No one wants to be used, including influential bloggers. Yes, their brand is their asset — almost their product they often monetize — but they have built it because they were treating it with care avoiding any low-hanging fruit.

Your goal is to build a relationship that is good for both parties, and to do that you have to show the person you are connecting with that you are interesting, engaging, and have the potential to help them in some way, even if that way is mostly by providing an interesting perspective.

If you can establish yourself as a fellow expert, you are going to have the easiest time forming these relationships. So just show that you know your stuff, present it in an interesting way, and be engaging and personable. It will go a long way.

Use Platforms That Connect

Joining niche communities and match-making platforms is where you should usually start. It’s easier to understand and approach niche bloggers when you share the same community.

Stay away from those platforms that connect anonymously and automatically or guarantee coverage by bloggers. No respected blogger will agree to cover your product if they’re forced to provide links and/or positive coverage. That’s a huge red flag that you are putting your brand in a bad neighborhood.

Power bloggers have earned their influence by being true to themselves and only recommending to their readers something they can honestly relate to. Good platforms that connect brands to bloggers do just that: They connect and don’t guarantee anything.

Look for community TOS and guidelines before deciding whether you want to give it a try. For example, Tomoson explicitly mentions that businesses are not allowed to demand or control links:

Connect to Influential Bloggers

That’s the kind of disclaimer you, as a brand, are primarily interested in: That’s a good sign influential bloggers are given editorial freedom they are comfortable with.

Share Their Stuff On Twitter … and Tag Them

You can share their content on any social media site. But if they are on Twitter, especially if they are active on Twitter, it is perhaps the best possible platform for making these connections.

An @tag will immediately get their attention every time you share their content, and doing it manually instead of using the retweet function will allow you to personalize what you have to say about that link.

It may also be a way to spark a conversation, as many bloggers will send a thank you tweet. That puts you on their radar and by using it as an ice breaker in a discussion, you will further solidify yourself in their minds.

Tools and further reading: Free tools to find Twitter influencers who interact with you (including Commun.it and Fruji).

Send Your Readers To Them

Referring back to the first item on this list, you have to show that you can do something for influential bloggers. Directing traffic their way, even if it is only a small amount in a consistent trickle, is a great way to go about doing that.

There are three basic ways to do this:

Take advantage of your social media followers list, share them, and @tag them so they see. Reference them in a post with a direct link, maybe commenting on something they said, a product they have, their blog, etc. Include them in a numbered list post, as a primary feature. You can then either let them see the traffic for themselves, or drop them a note telling them they were included. Invite Them to Your Site

There are some essential ways your brand can help influential bloggers gain more exposure. You can invite them to contribute to your company blog and/or you can interview them for your company blog, YouTube channel, or podcast series.

Inviting influential bloggers benefits both sides. You get trust signals and sharable content and your guest gets additional personal brand exposure.

Tools and further reading:

How to find experts to interview on your website (including BuzzSumo and MyBlogU) How to create a content brainstorming dashboard (including Trello and Cyfe)

Connect to Influential Bloggers

Look For Opportunities To Meet In Person

If a blogger is incredibly influential and well-known, chances are that they will at least occasionally attend an industry event as either a visitor or speaker.

Keep your eyes open for any references to conventions or special events that you might be attending yourself. If you both find yourself going to the same place, suggest a meetup for drinks.

For those who happen to be local, you can also suggest getting lunch sometime. Bloggers are always looking for real world connections that can take things to the next level, or just like-minded people to get to know.

Conclusion

Making connections with influential bloggers is a great way to begin improving your visibility while building solid relationships that can really launch you into the next phase. If you have any tips, leave them in the comments below.


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Xerox Phaser 6022 Prints Right From Your Mobile Device

Posted: 25 Mar 2015 02:30 AM PDT

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Sure, most folks working on desktop computers have their computers already networked and ready to print — but what about tablets, smart phones and other mobile devices (such as smart watches) and etc.

When buying your next printer, make sure it plays nice with your mobile devices to enable you to easily print right from your mobile devices.

A line of new Xerox printers are optimized for the mobile world.

The Xerox Phaser 6022 Color Printer and WorkCentre 6027 Color Multifunction Printer (MFP) can be up and running in the same amount of time as it takes to brew a pot of coffee. According to Xerox, the devices are easy to use, even for offices without on-site IT staff, and offer sharp image quality typically found with larger, more expensive devices.

Users can print emails, photos and office documents from the devices they use every day like desktop and laptop computers, tablets and smartphones. With the confidence of built-in security and WiFi networking, these printers can be conveniently placed in the office. WiFi Direct, Apple AirPrint and Google Cloud Print enable simple printing without the need to download and install apps or print drivers.

The Xerox Phaser 6022 and WorkCentre 6027 include time-saving features such as simplified wireless setup options. The Paper Setup Navigator takes the guesswork out of using custom paper sizes and stocks for printing envelopes, cardstock, labels and recycled paper easily.

Other productivity boosts for the small office include:

Faster print speeds — the Xerox Phaser 6022 and WorkCentre 6027 deliver 18 pages per minute in color and black and white, Paper capacity of up to 150 sheets; capable of handling 16 lb. bond to 60 lb. cover media (60 to 163 gsm), 15-sheet automatic document feeder on the WorkCentre 6027 saves time when copying, faxing or scanning multiple page documents, Large, intuitive color touchscreen on the WorkCentre 6027 makes it simple to navigate all of the device’s features.

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Newsletter di RavennAntica 26 marzo 2015

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    Logo RavennAntica Newsletter di RavennAntica 26 MARZO 2015   header rav2 newsletter26marzo ravennantica separator3 maf   Ricomincia la stagione dei Giardini Pensili e della Cripta Rasponi

Venerdì 27 marzo la riapertura del sito nel cuore verde del centro storico
La splendida cripta, decorata con mosaici policromi del VI secolo, e i romantici giardini, testimonianza della Belle Époque ravennate, riaprono al pubblico a partire da venerdì 27 marzo.
Un'occasione per sostare nel cuore verde della città e godere della vista su Piazza San Francesco e la zona dantesca.

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    Sabato 28 marzo torna TAMO For Kids Primavera

Gli appuntamenti al museo per i bambini e le loro famiglie
Torna Tamo for Kids, la rassegna del sabato pomeriggio che RavennAntica dedica ai più piccoli e
alle loro famiglie.
Il primo appuntamento sarà all'insegna dell'arte teatrale:

sabato 28 marzo ore 16
presso Tamo
Tesserine di teatro: un giorno ho osservato un mosaico e ho immaginato una storia.
Un viaggio indimenticabile dentro la fantasia dove il bambino conosce, attraverso il gioco e la creatività, l'arte e la cultura. Un progetto educativo-teatrale a cura de "Il Circolo degli Attori". Bimbi da 5 a 11 anni.
Gli appuntamenti proseguono fino a sabato 23 maggio.

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    TAMO Moda: arrivano le Sirene di Cristina Rocca

Domenica 29 marzo, terza edizione dell'appuntamento con la stilista
La stilista Cristina Rocca torna a TAMO per presentare una collezione ispirata alle più affascinanti
creature marine, le sirene.
Verso il mare ... l'Antico Porto, una nuova energia animerà gli abiti che, nelle edizioni passate,
hanno tratto tanta ispirazione nei colori, nei volumi e nei particolari dai mosaici ravennati.
Questa volta il Museo TAMO sarà l'ambientazione di un sogno mitologico dove le seducenti sirene
rimanderanno le nostre menti ad un mare antico, che tutti abbiamo nel nostro immaginario.
Abiti che catturano le onde marine e le fondono con le silhouette delle leggendarie figure femminili,
incantatrici di eroi, pirati e uomini di mare fin dall'alba dei miti.
Introduce l'evento l'archeologa Giovanna Montevecchi.
Posti limitati. Prenotazione obbligatoria dal lunedì al venerdì ore 9-13 entro giovedì 26 marzo: tel.
0544 36136 (interno 2)

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Se ti sono piaciuti TAMO, la Domus dei Tappeti di Pietra, la Cripta Rasponi con i Giardini Pensili e il MAF di Forlimpopoli scrivi una recensione su Tripadvisor!

 

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