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[galleria id="6955"] Tornano tanti programmi cari agli spettatori stasera in TV, sabato 18 ottobre 2014. Su RaiUno andrà in onda Ballando con le stelle condotto da Milly Carlucci e con Paolo Belli, RaiDue sceglie le serie TV Castle ed Elementary mentre su RaiTre tocca ad Ulisse: il piacere della scoperta. Su Canale 5 tornano le esibizioni di Tu sì que vales, Rete 4 manda in onda Infiltrato speciale e Italia 1 opta per la commedia Madagascar 2 - Via dall'isola. La7, invece, sceglie il cinema con il film Nel centro del mirino.

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Tony Colombo è tra i concorrenti di Ballando con le stelle 2014 stando a quanto anticipato da TV Sorrisi e Canzoni. Nato nel 1986 a Palermo è un cantante neomelodico napoletano affermato con all'attivo ventitré anni ed una carriera iniziata a soli sette anni. Deciso a dissociarsi da certi ambienti legati alla malavita ed in cui il genere neomelodico ha successo, canta di amore e della bellezza del meridione. Seguito da molti fan, Tony è sposato ed ha due figli.

Ballando con le stelle 2014: Tony Colombo entra nel cast

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[galleria id="6971"] Clamoroso colpo di scena a Ballando con le stelle 2014: Tony Colombo entra nel cast dopo la querelle legata alla sua mancata partecipazione appena un mese fa. Ad anticipare la novità sul talent show ballerino di RaiUno è TV Sorrisi e Canzoni che ha anticipato anche la defezione di due teste di serie del cast che avranno tra i sostituti per l'appunto il giovane cantante neomelodico. Evidentemente tenuto in panchina al cospetto di un cast eterogeneo e di peso tra sportivi, enigmatici personaggi, attori di cinema e TV, Colombo potrà finalmente farsi conoscere dalla platea televisiva nazionalpopolare senza cantare ma solo ballando in pista.

Valerio Scanu è Orietta Berti a Tale e Quale Show 4

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Valerio Scanu a Tale e Quale Show 4 imita Orietta Berti cantando il celebre brano Finché la barca va e In via dei ciclamini a Rai 1. L'imitazione ha stupito tutti, in primis pubblico e giurati, mentre Twitter è naturalmente impazzito, come è solito fare quando Scanu si esibisce. L'imitazione di Scanu nella puntata, la quinta, del 17 ottobre 2014-

Tale e Quale Show 2014, Valerio Scanu imita Orietta Berti: è il Venerdì 17 di Rai 1 [FOTO]

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[galleria id="6969"] Sì, l'avete visto davvero! A Tale e Quale Show 2014, Valerio Scanu imita Orietta Berti: è il modo con cui Rai 1 ha deciso di esorcizzare possibili profezie e superstizioni del Venerdì 17. Naturalmente si scherza, ma ad aver visto l'imitazione del cantante, ci viene il dubbio che Orietta Berti, semmai abbia avuto modo di vederla, possa aver pensato ad una maledizione in piena regola. Scherzi a parte, ancora una volta Valerio Scanu a Tale e Quale Show 4 ha stupito tutti: stasera, durante la quinta puntata, con Orietta Berti, ma ancor prima con Al Bano, Stevie Wonder e - forse la più riuscita imitazione - Anna Oxa.

Andrea Cerioli da Uomini e Donne alla recitazione: il tronista vuol fare l’attore

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[galleria id="6451"] Andrea Cerioli a Uomini e Donne sta riscuotendo un certo successo. Reduce dalla triste perdita della mamma e dalle polemiche dell'ultimo GF al quale ha partecipato, Andrea sta facendo cambiare idea sulla sua persona scoprendosi sensibile, tenero e anche molto romantico. Ben contento di lasciare andar via Adriana Peluso per concentrarsi su Maria e Sharon (la quale allo stato attuale risulta autoeliminata per le solite polemiche) il tronista bolognese ha svelato al settimanale Vip una velleità speciale, quella recitativa. E questa non è l'unica sorprendente rivelazione che Andrea Cerioli riserva a chi lo segue.

Tale e Quale Show 4 su Rai Uno, quinta puntata in diretta – Live 17 ottobre 2014

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[galleria id="6967"] Dopo lo stop della scorsa settimana, torna Tale e Quale Show 4 su Rai Uno: la quinta puntata in diretta, il Live del 17 ottobre 2014 su Televisionando dalle 21.10 in contemporanea con la diretta a Rai 1 e il sito web ufficiale, che trasmette in streaming le imitazioni dei protagonisti di Carlo Conti. Dopo Gianni Nazzaro, chi sarà il vincitore della quinta puntata di Tale e Quale Show? In particolare, c'è attesa per alcune imitazioni: da Valerio Scanu, imiterà Orietta Berti, già tormentone delle passate edizioni con Gabrielle Cirilli, ad Alessandro Greco che imiterà Tiziano Ferro proprio oggi che è uscito il suo nuovo singolo Senza scappare mai più. Beh, vedremo, se qualcuno, viste le imitazioni, non scapperà!

Crozza nel paese delle meraviglie, terza puntata 17 ottobre 2014, diretta live

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[galleria id="6953"] E' tutto pronto per la messa in onda su La 7 della terza puntata della nuova stagione di Crozza nel paese delle meraviglie. Alle 21.10 del 17 ottobre 2014 potremo nuovamente assistere alle performance del conduttore comico genovese. Strappando una risata ai suoi telespettatori, Maurizio Crozza nel suo spettacolo, nella nuova edizione confermata dalla rete, parlerà degli avvenimenti socio-politici più rilevanti della settimana attraverso le sue riuscitissime imitazioni. Dopo la copertina presentata a diMartedì sull'alluvione di Genova, cosa dobbiamo aspettarci dal comico? Lo scopriremo con la diretta Live di Televisionando

Sonia Carbone su Facebook parla di Gabriele Caiazzo e del post Temptation Island

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[galleria id="6813"] Dolce ed increbilmente matura, Sonia Carbone su Facebook vanta tantissimi fan grazie alla sua partecipazione a Temptation Island con Gabriele Caiazzo, passato dallo status di futuro marito a quello di ex fedifrago e con la sindrome di Peter Pan. Grazie anche alla presenza ad una puntata speciale di Uomini e Donne abbiamo avuto conferma che Sonia e Gabriele non stanno più insieme ma alcuni avvistamenti hanno fatto credere il contrario a molti con relative critiche alla napoletana. Sonia Carbone, tronista di Uomini e Donne nelle più ardite fantasie degli aficionados del programma, ha fatto delle precisazioni a questo proposito utilizzando Facebook per difendersi dagli attacchi e chiarire al contempo.

Servizio Pubblico, dopo la lite con Marco Travaglio è crisi a La 7: la lettera di Santoro

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 09:08 AM PDT

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[videoplatform code="14135338430465440d0930b590"] In queste ore se lo chiedono in tanti. La crisi tra Michele Santoro e Marco Travaglio, dopo la lite a Servizio Pubblico, in diretta ieri sera durante la puntata a La 7, è fatta di malumori temporanei o tra i due rappresenta un divorzio televisivo definitivo? Santoro scrive una lettera, perché, finché l'editorialista del Fatto non scioglierà la riserva, non è dato sapere. Sì, perché nemmeno per il conduttore di Servizio Pubblico è certo il da farsi, così ha deciso di interrogare il giornalista scrivendogli una lettera, pubblicata poco fa sul sito ufficiale della trasmissione.

Tale e Quale Show 2014, FotoDiretta quinta puntata: vincitore e imitazioni 17 ottobre

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 08:50 AM PDT


Vincitore e imitazioni della quinta puntata di Tale e Quale Show 4, in diretta su Rai 1 venerdì 17 ottobre 2014. La FotoDiretta minuto per minuto su Televisionando mostra tutte le imitazioni e i fatti della quinta puntata, condotta da Carlo Conti. Tra le imitazion della serata l'Orietta Berti di Valerio Scanu, il Tiziano Ferro di Alessandro Greco e il Tullio De Piscopo di Pino Insegno.

Il Boss delle Cerimonie 2, su Real Time la seconda stagione: i nuovi episodi il venerdì sera

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[galleria id="6251"] Da stasera, torna Il Boss delle Cerimonie: 2 nuovi episodi ogni venerdì sera su Real Time. La seconda stagione, infatti, andrà in onda da stasera 17 ottobre 2014, sul canale 31 del digitale terrestre dalle 22.10. Al centro dei primi due appuntamenti, madri ansiose, cantanti neomelodici e lacrime di commozione, per i dietro le quinte più teatrali della tv. Celebrazioni ricche, sfarzose e stravaganti, pronti a tornare con la gestione di Antonio Polese, il cosiddetto Boss delle cerimonie. A Sant'Antonio Abate, dove sorge La Sonrisa, da oltre vent’anni Antonio è il boss di ogni cerimonia. Ad affiancarlo c’è da sempre la sua numerosa famiglia con in testa il genero Matteo e la figlia Imma e poi ancora un esercito di cuochi, pasticceri, camerieri, capitanati dal fedele maître Ferdinando. Nei primi episodi assisteremo alla prima comunione di due fratellini, Alessia e Giuseppe accompagnati da mamma Maria e papà Antonio. Come anticipato, non mancheranno le nozze d’oro del Boss e della moglie Rita. E sarà poi la volta di Beatrice e Guido. Beatrice è una grande ammiratrice di Don Antonio e sogna un matrimonio principesco con tanto di ingresso al Castello in una sontuosa carrozza barocca. Intanto anche Francesca Polese, giovane erede al regno, si prepara a festeggiare la sua prima comunione e Don Antonio il suo compleanno. Aggiornamento a cura di Raffaele Di Santo - Venerdì 17 settembre 2014 Il Boss delle Cerimonie - Le novità della seconda stagione A volte ritornano. Il Boss delle cerimonie 2 arriva su Real Time da ottobre 2014. Finzione o verità? E' questa la domanda che terrà banco anche nella seconda stagione del docu-reality? 'Napoli non è soltanto lo sfarzo di quei matrimoni': tavole imbandite, sprechi quasi hollywoodiani, abiti da sposa di cattivo gusto; è un racconto parziale della realtà, si disse. Uno scivolone a cui Real Time non era preparata, solitamente impeccabile nella cura e nella post-produzione dei programmi televisivi che manda in onda il canale 31 del digitale terrestre. Ora, questioni di scelte, si dirà, ma le polemiche e le accuse della prima edizione potrebbero rimpinguarsi anche nella seconda stagione. Vedere per credere.

X Factor 2014, concorrenti edizione 8: i Gruppi Vocali scelti da Morgan – Le schede

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 06:27 AM PDT

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[galleria id="5163"] Elettrizzatevi come i capelli tinti di Morgan, perché a X Factor 2014, i concorrenti dell'edizione 8 sono stati scelti. Tra tutti, ecco i Gruppi Vocali ufficialmente entrati a far parte della scuderia di Morgan, scelti anche da Eugenio Finardi durante gli Home Visit a Vienna, in onda ieri sera 16 ottobre 2014 a Sky Uno. Si tratta di Komminuet, The Wise e Spritz for Five. Tra Mika con i concorrenti Over, Victoria con le Under donne e Fedez con gli Under uomini, chi avrà la meglio nel primo live di X Factor, in onda la prossima settimana?

X Factor 2014, concorrenti edizione 8: la squadra Over di Mika – Le schede

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 05:48 AM PDT

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[galleria id="5901"] Comodi. Comodi. A X Factor 2014, i concorrenti dell'edizione 8 sono stati svelati: la squadra Over di Mika, al secolo Michael Holbrook Penniman Jr, è stata formata: saranno Emma Morton, Mario Gavino Garrucciu e Diluvio, nome d'arte di Marco Boserup, a giocarsi la vittoria, sfidando gli altri concorrenti, che formano le squadre di Fedez, Morgan e Victoria Cabello. Sono stati scelti ieri sera 16 ottobre 2014, durante la puntata degli Home Visit a Sky Uno. Per l'occasione, il magnate della musica, coach del programma affiancato per l'occasione dal gradito ritorno di Elio (in passato già giudice del programma), è stato a Mozia in Sicilia.

X Factor 2014, Ed. 8: i concorrenti della squadra Under Donne di Victoria Cabello [schede]

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 05:30 AM PDT

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[galleria id="6959"] Durante la puntata di X Factor 2014, seguita Live da Televisionando, dedicata agli Home Visit, Victoria Cabello ha scelto le concorrenti della categoria di cui è giudice: Donne Under 24. Durante la puntata trasmessa da Sky Uno, accomapagnata da The Bloody Beetroots -Bobo Cornelius Rufus- la Cabello si è recata a Londra, luogo che le ha dato i natali, presso un luogo unico per chi vuol diventare un artista, cioè il Koko Club, dove si sono esibiti i grandi della musica, compreso Mika. Dopo le sei esibizioni, ha fatto la sua scelta. Conosciamo meglio le tre donne che saranno sul palco del Live Show.

Crozza nel paese delle meraviglie, nuova stagione - prima puntata

Posted: 03 Oct 2014 07:50 AM PDT


Maurizio Crozza nel paese delle meraviglie a La 7: il live con le imitazioni della prima puntata della nuova stagione (la terza) in diretta su Televisionando, in contemporanea con La 7 e visibile anche in streaming sul sito ufficiale della rete diretta da Urbano Cairo. Le imitazioni e le parodie della serata: ecco il foto-racconto aggiornato della prima puntata di Crozza nel paese delle meraviglie. diMartedì, diVenerdì, didomenica no? Crozza è davvero in esclusiva a La 7!

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“Places” Tracks Local Social Buzz, Facebook Relaunches Atlas

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 05:00 PM PDT

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Lots of businesses use social media to promote their offerings. But it can be equally important to use social media to listen to what others are saying. Now there’s a new tool called “Places” that lets local businesses aggregate the posts being shared about them on social media.

In addition, Facebook recently reintroduced an advertising platform that could compete on Google’s level. These social media headlines are just a few of the updates from the past week that could impact small businesses. Read on for the full Small Business Trends weekly news and information roundup.

Social Media “Places” Lets You Listen to Social Media Near You

If you run a brick-and-mortar business like a storefront or restaurant, you can now start aggregating what’s already being shared about your brand on social media. New York-based startup Moment.me recently released its Places tool, which aggregates social media mentions of a locale (think restaurant, store, or hotel) into one platform.

Google Versus Facebook Advertising: A Power Play With Atlas

Google versus Facebook? Industry thought leaders in the search marketing space have long speculated about how Facebook can compete with Google in terms of its lucrative advertising business. Well, according to recent reports, Facebook could soon surpass Google in terms of its remarketing capabilities with the launch of its Facebook Atlas advertising platform.

Economy Small Biz Loans at Big Banks See 20 Percent Rise

Small business loans at big banks saw a 20 percent increase over this time in 2013. That’s according to the September 2014 Biz2Credit Small Business Lending Index, a monthly survey of 1,000 loan applications on Biz2Credit.com. The index shows small business lending is still climbing even if the sources small businesses are getting that financing from have changed.

How Sole Proprietors Responded to the Great Recession and Weak Recovery

Sole proprietors were hit hard by the Great Recession. In 2008, the number of sole proprietorships in the country declined by 508,000, after having increased in every year since 1980. Sales tanked. Revenues at the average Schedule-C-filer fell 11.2 percent from 2007 to 2009 in inflation-adjusted terms, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) statistics reveal.

Technology Tools First Acer Touchscreen Chromebook Puts Cloud at Fingertips

With the C720P, Acer is bringing the cloud to your fingertips — literally. The C720P is the company’s first touchscreen Chromebook. And those touch capabilities are easy to use on the device’s 11.6-inch 1366 x 768 resolution display. It’s an HD LED back-lit screen that renders images and graphics in crisp clarity.

Bluetooth Mouse Works On Just About Any Surface Up to 30 Feet Away

The new Arc Touch Bluetooth Mouse measures 2.32 by 5.12 inches and can work on just about any surface…from up to 30 feet away. We have no idea why you would want to work on your laptop or tablet from that distance though – and just saying, you could. Now, we know what you’re thinking. This is certainly not the first wireless mouse available for those who want a bit of flexibility.

Online Reviews Did You Know That Bad Weather Can Result in Poor Online Reviews?

There are plenty of factors that can affect online reviews: Customer experience, prices, or even just the quality of your product or service. But what about the weather? Can bad weather result in poor online reviews? Scientists from Georgia Tech and Yahoo Labs report that restaurants receive significantly better online reviews on days with nice weather.

Why Did Botto Bistro Ask for Negative Yelp Reviews?

The owners of an Italian restaurant frustrated by being unable to get Yelp to take down the page for their business, have turned the tables. They’re asking customers to post negative reviews instead, with sometimes hilarious results.

Small Biz Spotlight Spotlight: Doug Frates Glass Creates Custom Art – By Veterans

Home décor can be basic and drab. Or it can be vibrant and unique. Doug Frates Glass is a small business that aims to provide the latter. The company creates hand-blown, one-of-a-kind glass accents for homes, from colorful bowls to intricate floral wall mounts. Doug Frates started the business after serving overseas in the Marine Corps, and his company is made up of veteran workers.

Holiday Trends You Could Hit the Retail Holiday Jackpot by Targeting Grandparents

As your small retail store prepares for the holiday shopping season, don’t forget about an often overlooked, but highly profitable, segment of shoppers: Grandparents. Polling company CivicScience analyzed data from nearly 185,000 grandparents who responded to its surveys in the past year. Below is what they found and how it can shape your holiday marketing.

14 Cause Related, Green and Company Charitable Gifts

Gifts for clients, customers and employees need not be mere gestures to maintain a business relationship. You can add meaning to these gifts and build a reputation as a company that cares. Consider these cause related, green and company charitable gifts and ideas for the ecologic and altruistic business owner.

How to Have a Stress Free Holiday Season in Your Business

Small business owners may see an increase in profits as the holiday season draws near. But there’s an increase in stress that comes with it. Whether you run an eCommerce business, tech solutions provider or some other kind of company, there are many extra tasks that go along with this time of year.

Startup Entrepreneur Turns Airplane Passion Into Air Hollywood Business

More than forty years ago, Anthony Toth began a life long love affair with Pan Am Airlines. Today that passion has turned into a thriving business. For Toth, it all started with a childhood fight to Europe back in the days when the majestic airline synonymous with luxury ruled the skies.

Mobile Technology Samsung Boosts WiFi to Five Times Current Speed

Forget about how fast your smartphone’s WiFi data transmission is today. You haven’t seen anything yet. Samsung says it has developed WiFi data transmission at speeds five times faster than the best devices on the market today. The company expects to start releasing devices with this enhanced data transmission speed as early as next year.

Best Selfies Ever? HTC Splurges on Front-Facing Camera

It’s hard to take a really good selfie if the front-facing camera on your smartphone shoots photos that were outdated by the year 2000’s standards. HTC’s new smartphone, the Desire Eye, is aiming to revolutionize the selfie. It’s got a 13-megapixel front-facing camera, the same resolution as the rear-facing camera.

Uh-Oh! Apple’s New Giant iPad Has Been Delayed

Back in August, rumors arose that Apple was set to begin production on its largest iPad ever. The company was originally expected to start manufacturing this new 12.9-inch iPad in early 2015. Then, plans were apparently bumped up with production set to start before the end of this year. Well now, it appears the company is going back to its original plan.

The Vertu Aster is a Smartphone On a Bentley Budget

It’s likely when most small business owners go shopping for a smartphone, they won’t be looking for one in the $7,000 range. That’s right, $7,000. That’s nearly the asking price of British luxury phone retailer Vertu’s latest entry in the smartphone market, the Vertu Aster. In fact, another of the company’s phones, the Signature Touch, retails for $21,900 here in the U.S.

Business Funding What If Your Crowdfunding Campaign Doesn’t Raise Enough Money?

Considering using crowdfunding for your next project or startup? You’d better make sure you choose your goal and budget carefully. Crowdfunded startups may be successful in meeting their stated fund-raising goal, but STILL not have enough money. This happened to gaming company Double Fine Productions after it ran an initial crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter.

Yoga Joes, Tiny Soldiers Aim to Recruit Men into Yoga

Yoga isn’t normally thought of as a masculine activity. But there’s no really good reason for that. The benefits of yoga can apply to both genders and all age groups. So Dan Abramson is looking to get more men interested in yoga. To do this, he’s taking a somewhat unconventional approach.

Your Business Could Benefit From More Female Angel Investors

Angel investors are predominantly male. But there has been a shift over the past decade. There are more and more female angel investors joining the ranks. And that could mean more opportunities for your business too. In a post she wrote for Forbes, angel investor Marianne Hudson explains: “As a woman angel investor, I am excited to see more women in our field.

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Customer Service Must be Part of Your Process

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 03:00 PM PDT

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Imagine you’re sitting in the service department at a car dealership, waiting for a routine inspection. It should only take ‘a few minutes’. But you’ve been in this room for nearly two hours now. You’re becoming impatient…even angry. Because it’s clear the business has no process in place to see that your needs are met in a timely fashion.

According to marketing and customer service consultant Jeff Yablon, that’s exactly what happened when he visited a car dealership in Queens, NY. He was there to get a simple state inspection for his car after relocating to New York recently. But the visit turned into a long ordeal instead.

Yablon had gone to the dealership out of loyalty. It was the dealership that had sold him his car less than a year before. But he was now having second thoughts.

Writing on The Answer Guy blog representing his consulting business, Yablon explains:

“State inspection on a less-than-one-year-old vehicle is a simple matter, and I was promised that with an appointment the whole process would take only a few minutes…It’s why I’m sitting here. It’s why I’m writing this…I’m really just angry and taking an opportunity to do a bit of Search Engine Optimization reconnaissance to make the best of the bad situation…”

Good customer service requires that a business have a process in place, Yablon explains. And clearly, he says, this dealership doesn’t.

In this case, by process, Yablon doesn’t mean someone just promising to help him, putting him on a waiting list and then letting him wait around until someone gets to him. He also doesn’t mean sending someone out only after they realize they have an angry — and somewhat influential — blogger complaining about them in the lobby.

Nope. What Yablon means is having a way to ease him into the process and then check back with him regularly to be sure he really is waiting minutes instead of hours to be seen. For the dealership, the result of failing here is a lot worse than having Yablon complaining about them online. They have also lost a repeat customer. Yablon says he might buy his next car from the dealership since he feels he got a good price. But he says he’ll go back to a dealership he knows in New Jersey for service because he feels he’ll be treated better.

Then there’s also the possibility Yablon’s post will have other customers coming to similar conclusions about the dealership.

Customer service must be more than simply an intention in your business. And it must also be more than something customers see only after they’ve complained. Build customer service into your business process. Just as bad customer service can cost you business, good customer service can be among the most powerful marketing tools you have.

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Do Business in Style (Courtesy of #eBayForTheWin)

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 01:00 PM PDT

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CNET calls the new iPhone 6 “a really, really good phone.”  It adds, “the 6 is a product that feels like a collection of overdue Android features, given an excellent polish by Apple hardware and software design.”

Have you thought about getting a new iPhone 6?

You still have two weeks left to take advantage of the special offer over on eBay to sell your existing phone, so you can earn the money to buy a new iPhone 6.

eBay has built a special part of its site to encourage entrepreneurs to sell their old mobile phones so they can flip them and upgrade to new ones.

Not only are phones selling for great prices, but eBay has done one better, with this part of the offer:

If your phone sells for less than eBay’s trending price, you will get a coupon for the difference. And if your phone doesn’t sell, you get a $100 coupon to use on eBay.

Be sure to check all the details for the offer, and follow the rules.

Listing your old phone for sale is a terrific way to be able to afford today’s bigger and more powerful iPhones. So check out the special site section called #eBayForTheWin.  Hurry — the special deal ends October 31, 2014.

And while you’re there, get some ideas for how to look professional and successful with your new iPhone 6, by adding attractive accessories.  We’ve collected some of our favorites in a guide, Do Business in Style With The iPhone 6.

We partnered with eBay to let you know about this opportunity.  So go check out how to afford a new iPhone 6.

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Obama Announces EMV Program to Move Faster to Chip Based Credit Cards

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 11:00 AM PDT

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President Obama today signed an Executive Order launching the new BuySecure initiative, to help businesses and consumers keep financial data secure.

The initiative is designed to reduce identity theft. And there’s important news of interest to small business merchants. The initiative is intended to accelerate the move to EMV chip-based credit cards and charge cards.

Speaking at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau this morning, President Obama noted that more than 100 million Americans have had information compromised. He added, “Identity theft is now America’s fastest growing crime.”

The President described EMV credit card technology as being harder to crack because of two layers of protection consisting of:

“A microchip in the card that is harder for thieves to clone than a magnetic strip. And a PIN number that you enter into the reader just as you do at an ATM.”

The President noted that when Great Britain switched to chip-and-PIN cards (as EMV technology is also called) fraud at stores was cut by 70%. He added, “You should be able to buy the things that you need without risking your identity, your credit score or your savings.“

He went on to emphasize that “the private sector is already deeply engaged” in the move toward EMV technology.

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American Express to Give Small Businesses $100 Reimbursement

Coinciding with the President’s announcement, American Express unveiled its own Small Merchant EMV Assistance Program today. This American Express EMV program aims to encourage small businesses to switch to the more-secure card terminals to accept EMV chip-and-PIN cards, through a financial incentive.

Small businesses will get a $100 dollar reimbursement if they purchase EMV terminals that accept secure chip-based cards.

To qualify, small business merchants must accept American Express cards, but have less than $3 million in annual American Express charge volume. You can use the processor or terminal provider of your choice to obtain an EMV-ready terminal. Between February 2015 and April 30, 2015 you go to the American Express site to submit your reimbursement request.

The reimbursement pool is $10 million. Franchisees, however, are not eligible.

Why Should Small Businesses Care About EMV Technology?

EMV technology has actually been around for years and is used widely in Europe and other parts of the world. But the United States has lagged behind.

That’s about to change big time in 2015.

Small businesses are not being required by law to move to EMV technology for card readers. But everyone from the President to the credit card processors is trying to persuade you to move. The President is doing it by educating the public on the benefits of chip and PIN cards.

American Express is giving financial incentives. And Visa and MasterCard earlier announced that merchants who switch to EMV readers would have more protection in the event of fraud.

Here are resources for small businesses about the EMV program and what you need to know about accepting EMV cards in your business:

White House Fact Sheet on President Obama’s BuySecure Initiative about EMV credit cards and related issues (Mostly consumer oriented.) American Express Small Merchant Program (Includes information about EMV rebates). Description of the EMV program of MasterCard and VISA (Includes information about the “liability shift” for merchants). More advice for small business about accepting EMV cards. Information about the updated Square card reader and POS solution (applicable to those that use the Square device with their smartphones or tablets to accept payments). Listen to President Obama’s remarks about BuySecure in the accompanying video.

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Editor’s Note: Article updated to reflect correct terms of American Express EMV Program.

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5 WordPress CMS Plugins You Should Know About

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 09:00 AM PDT

WordPress CMS Plugins

A website’s back end or CMS (Content Management System) is its backbone. Without the administrative options provided by the CMS, company personnel could only perform a fraction of the tasks the platform has to offer.

Functions such as appointment forms, event signups, and other major interactive items are usually handled through plugins activated within the CMS. These plugins also enable marketing professionals to perform a variety of tasks.

Plugins assist with email marketing, video embedding, creation of infographics and banner ads, seamless blogging, analytics, social media integration, and more.

WordPress is one of many well-integrated CMS platforms for a vast array of plugins, and is largely considered the most popular available CMS. Consider optimizing your hosting plan if you choose WordPress to maximize the benefits of the following five WordPress CMS plugins for marketing.

MailChimp

Activate this plugin immediately if your company writes a newsletter, runs an email blast campaign, or in any way communicates with customers on the basis of subscription. This do-it-all plugin masterfully and intuitively assists with every part of the blast campaign process.

Customers or readers can choose which communications to subscribe to, how to receive the information, and more. From behind the scenes, your firm can decide how to schedule communications, whether or not reply should be available, and many other options.

This inclusive plugin is a marketer’s dream for lead generation and current customer engagement. The idea is to use relevant data to determine the best possible times and avenues for contacting potential and current customers, and then drafting content that will be valuable for those individuals.

Target your market carefully to avoid coming across as too stuffy or casual, and use language that will be appropriate for your ideal demographic. MailChimp also enables seasonal communications – such as birthday emails, holiday deals, and more – that will arrive in a timely fashion and be useful to customers.

It will incentivize clients, who can interact with you without feeling hassled or irritated.

Broken Link Checker

One of the most effective ways to drive customers away from your website is if they encounter a bunch of broken links. When they’re trying to find specific content and can’t, that’s an inconvenience… which doesn’t improve their perception of you.

Further, customers will not believe your website is properly managed and up to date, which will turn them away. This plugin prevents all that by scouring your site for inadequacies so you don’t have to.

Use this plugin to ensure your website functions at its best. Customers can peruse every part of your site without being redirected or locked out of information that otherwise would have converted the lead into a sale.

Nothing is more embarrassing than directing a potential or current customer to a part of your website that does not exist, as far as they’re able to see.

Google Analytics 

Imagine everything you want to know about your customer base is at your fingertips. In fact, Google Analytics is a well-organized platform that includes every detail that can be harvested for use by marketers.

With this plugin, you can enjoy the benefits of the Google Analytics interface on the WordPress dashboard for more streamlined data mining and use. Utilize mined data such as customer traffic patterns, mobile usage, and site visits by age, location, and more to inform market retargeting, keywords, and other optimization efforts.

Identify the sources of your website traffic so you can strategically delegate more effort into marketing channels that are working particularly well. You can find every bit of information in one place with this plugin. Google Analytics is widely recommended as a must-have for almost any company, and is, according to iPage blogger Jessica Ann, “easily the most popular analytics tool in use today.”

SEO-Friendly Images 

Every company in your industry is vying for the top spot in Google’s search results. Being among the top competitors takes a lot of forethought and analysis to make sure your content is optimized, keywords are purposeful, and so forth.

One great way to create content that Google recognizes and endorses is through image optimization. Creating keyword-dense alt tags for images can give your company a boost in its climb to the top of Mt. Google.

This plugin automatically populates your title tags and image tags as soon as you upload your media. You no longer have to lose time on other projects by tediously entering every specific keyword tag; the task will not be left undone or neglected.

This is especially useful for companies with product photos or those who upload continuously to a gallery or portfolio.

Popup Domination 

Have you notice that every website has an automatic popup these days, which asks you to sign up for something or offers some other type of feedback? These companies are motivated by a desire to achieve a greater rapport and level of interaction with their customers or readers.

Some popups are flashy and overdone, while others match well with the style of the website and clearly communicate their request for interaction.

You want to be the company with the successful entry popup, and you can employ subtlety with assistance from the Popup Domination plugin. It helps to create website popups and deploy them at any point in your customer’s site navigation experience, and offers templates that look and feel more professional than many others.

The popup you create will be the ultimate CTA for your website.

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Stop Fundraising and Start Building Your Business

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 07:30 AM PDT

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Today’s businesses have so many different funding options. There are angel investors, venture capitalists, crowdfunding options, and the list goes on. But all of those funding opportunities can’t help you if you haven’t built a self-sustaining business.

According to entrepreneur and venture investor Adam Callinan, this is a major problem for startups. In a post for Entrepreneur.com, he writes:

“The fact is that companies all over the U.S. are taking in huge amounts of funding with insane valuations, through various stages, and banking on the fact that they’ll be able to continue huge fundraising rounds without building self-sustaining businesses.”

So what does happen when all this funding stops?

In most cases, the businesses burn through their remaining cash and then fail. If you have no money and no way to make more, that’s really the only option.

To avoid all of this, startups have to work harder to build self-sustaining businesses instead of just more fundraising. (Hey, that’s the point anyway, right?) It may sound obvious, but shifting from fundraising to business building is a question of focus.

Start with Feedback

Callinan insists there’s one major difference between a company bent on perpetual fundraising and one looking to build a business. The first focuses on raising money to build a product or service they think a customer will eventually like. The second on gathering feedback about customer demand and building a product quickly to meet that demand.

Stick to DIY

Be hands on and try to start with things you can do yourself. Everyone wants to create an app, says Callinan. But unless you plan to code it yourself that means spending money. Instead, look for a product or service you can role up your sleeves and develop yourself.

Focus on Saving Not Spending

The key is to make your funds last as long as possible until your business becomes self-sustaining. Concentrating on saving money and developing your business model will take your focus out of the relentless fundraising cycle. That’s how to create a business that makes money from customers instead of taking it from investors.

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A Unique Way of Going Green in Business

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 05:00 AM PDT

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Sometimes you write up an idea that you really like and then you think, “Oh no, now I have to figure out how to draw (insert thing here)!” This was one of those ideas.

Drawing statues and busts is something I’ve received a bit of practice doing over the years, but a topiary – that was new!

After some research, a good Photoshop leaf pattern, and more trial and error than I care to admit…I think I finally got it to look right (At least I hope so.)

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This List of Google Blogs Includes 10 You Didn’t Know Existed

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 02:30 AM PDT

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It’s no secret that Google is full of different resources for just about every company and organization out there—nonprofits, education organizations and schools, franchise companies, etc. Every company has somewhere they can go to make the most of what Google has to offer. However, what many don’t realize is that Google also has several blogs on the Web that are publishing valuable information, in real-time, every few days.

In other words, the official Google Blog isn’t the only one you might want to be reading. Each of the blogs focuses on information for a certain audience. If you ever have a question or want to know what’s happening with Google that may affect your company, you don’t have to wait until the news hits some of the sites you read regularly—just go right to the source.

A List of Google Blogs You May Want to Read

Below is a list of Google blogs, different ones out there, and what they have to offer, from most to least popular:

The Official Google Blog

We have to mention it. This is considered Google’s general blog and is the one where the most significant announcements are made, no matter what department or audience they may appeal to most. This includes insights into their products, technology, and the Google culture.

The Webmaster Central Blog

This blog offers official news on crawling and indexing sites for the Google index. This is potentially the most popular blog out there for Webmasters of any type because it covers all the latest algorithm updates and changes. It’s a great place to come and learn ways to improve your SEO as well as talk with other Webmasters about the latest news.

The Google Developers Blog

This blog offers new insights on Google platforms, tools, and events, and is catered toward developers. Here you will find a lot of tips and news regarding coding, HTML, flash, and other aspects of a developer’s job. If you’re not a developer this can still be a good blog to read for more technical info, but it’s ultimately the most useful for those who understand the specifics of development. After all, it’s written by Google developers.

The Google Apps Developer Blog

As you might have guessed, this blog is all about creating apps and different things developers need to know when creating apps. Now that mobile efforts are becoming crucial to a company’s success, app development is exploding. There is quite a bit of news out there on the subject, so this is a good one for all types of company’s to keep their eyes on in the future.

The Google Research Blog

This blog covers the latest news from research at Google. The content you will read here is actually cross-posted on the Google Apps Developer blog and Google Developers blog in a lot of cases, but it’s still a good place to go if those other two blogs aren’t something that interest you. If you want to know what Google is researching and possible ways that you can get on the ground floor to try whatever they’re working on, this is your blog.

The Google Chrome Blog

This is one blog that many don’t know about, but it offers the latest news from the Google Chrome team. Subjects you’ll find here include a lot of information about the Chromebook and different features and apps that are added to it each day. Much of the content you’ll find here is also cross-posted on the Google for Education blog.

The Google for Education Blog

According to the tagline, this blog is the official source for information about Google’s education-related efforts. In other words, this is the blog where you’ll hear about some of the latest apps or research being developed for education all the way to blog posts about the winners of the Google Science Fair. If you’re interested in education, this blog will show you some of those lesser-known Google initiatives where you can get involved.

The Official Google for Work Blog

This blog isn’t nearly as popular as the rest, most likely because its message isn’t quite as clear. The Google for Work Blog seems to cover just about everything that you might need for, well, work. It’s a place for business decision makers to learn about their products and how customers can use them. This includes Google Apps, Chromebooks, and more, so you’ll find a lot of this content cross-posted on some of the other blogs mentioned.

Google for Nonprofits Blog

A nonprofit company often functions differently and has different needs and goals than a traditional company. Google has done a great job accommodating with programs such as Google Grants, the YouTube Nonprofit program, and nonprofit apps, which you can learn more about here. The blog will help give you real-time information about what they’re doing to improve their nonprofit efforts.

The YouTube Official Blog

Remember that Google does own YouTube, so they have a lot of insider information when it comes to YouTube best practices. Now that video is growing and becoming more crucial to your marketing strategy, keeping up with YouTube changes and advancements (which are frequent) is key, and the blog is a great place to start your research.

Other Google Blogs for Your Business

The above blogs are just some of the most popular that may be relevant to small businesses looking to improve their online presence, but this is certainly not an extensive list. Google also has different blogs for different countries, the Green Blog, the Travel Blog, Online Security Blog, Politics and Elections Blog, the Public Policy Blog, and many, many more. See a full list of Google blogs.

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Action video games bolster sensorimotor skills, study finds

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 08:11 AM PDT

People who play action video games such as Call of Duty or Assassin's Creed seem to learn a new sensorimotor skill more quickly than non-gamers do, psychology researchers have found.

Superconducting circuits, simplified

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 08:11 AM PDT

New circuit design could unlock the power of experimental superconducting computer chips.

Atomic trigger shatters mystery of how glass deforms

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 08:10 AM PDT

A new study has cracked one mystery of glass to shed light on the mechanism that triggers its deformation before shattering. Glass hangs in a metastable state in which the energy of the system is higher than the lowest-energy state the system could assume, a crystalline state. But its state is stable enough at room temperature to last a human lifetime.

How the brain leads us to believe we have sharp vision

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 07:13 AM PDT

We assume that we can see the world around us in sharp detail. In fact, our eyes can only process a fraction of our surroundings precisely. In a series of experiments, psychologists have been investigating how the brain fools us into believing that we see in sharp detail.

Scientific breakthrough will help design antibiotics of the future

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 07:13 AM PDT

Computer simulations have been used to show how bacteria are able to destroy antibiotics -- a breakthrough which will help develop drugs which can effectively tackle infections in the future.

Blinded by non-science: Trivial scientific information increases trust in products

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 07:12 AM PDT

Beware of trivial graphs and formulas, warns new research. The study found trivial graphs or formulas accompanying medical information can lead consumers to believe products are more effective.

'Red effect' sparks interest in female monkeys

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 07:12 AM PDT

Recent studies showed that the color red tends increase our attraction toward others, feelings of jealousy, and even reaction times. Now, new research shows that female monkeys also respond to the color red, suggesting that biology, rather than our culture, may play the fundamental role in our “red” reactions.

New data about endangered marsh harrier distribution in Europe

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 06:53 AM PDT

The use of ringing recoveries -- a conventional method used to study bird migration -- in combination with more modern techniques such as species distribution modelling and stable isotope analysis is useful to understand better bird distribution patterns and origin considering place and time of the year.

Improving bladder function among people with spinal cord injuries

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 06:31 AM PDT

New research may lead to dramatically fewer bladder infections following spinal cord injuries and other traumatic injuries -- infections that can cause kidney damage, and even death, scientists report.

Physicists sound warning to 'nail beauty fanatics'

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 06:31 AM PDT

The daily trimming of fingernails and toenails to make them more aesthetically pleasing could be detrimental and potentially lead to serious nail conditions.

Cystic Fibrosis lung infection: Scientists open black box on bacterial growth

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 06:31 AM PDT

Researchers have shown for the first time how bacteria can grow directly in the lungs of Cystic fibrosis patients, giving them the opportunity to get tremendous insights into bacteria behavior and growth in chronic infections.

Divide and conquer: Novel trick helps rare pathogen infect healthy people

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 06:31 AM PDT

New research into a rare pathogen has shown how a unique evolutionary trait allows it to infect even the healthiest of hosts through a smart solution to the body's immune response against it, scientists report.

Plastic nanoparticles also harm freshwater organisms

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 06:29 AM PDT

Organisms can be negatively affected by plastic nanoparticles, not just in the seas and oceans but in freshwater bodies too. These particles slow the growth of algae, cause deformities in water fleas and impede communication between small organisms and fish.

High-speed evolution in the lab: Geneticists evaluate cost-effective genome analysis

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 06:29 AM PDT

Life implies change. And this holds true for genes as well. Organisms require a flexible genome in order to adapt to changes in the local environment. Researchers want to know why individuals differ from each other and how these differences are encoded in the DNA. In two review papers, they discuss why DNA sequencing of entire groups can be an efficient and cost-effective way to answer these questions. 

Emergency aid for overdoses

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 06:29 AM PDT

Every minute counts in the event of an overdose. Now, researchers have developed an agent to filter out toxins from the body more quickly and efficiently. It can also be used for dialysis in patients suffering from hepatic failure.

Tailored 'activity coaching' by smartphone

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 06:29 AM PDT

Today’s smartphone user can obtain a lot of data about his or her health, thanks to built-in or separate sensors. Researchers now take this health monitoring to a higher level. Using the system he developed, the smartphone also acts as an ‘activity coach’: it advices the user to walk or take a rest. In what way the user wants to be addressed, is typically something the system learns by itself.

Presence of enzyme may worsen effects of spinal cord injury and impair long-term recovery

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 06:29 AM PDT

Traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI) is a devastating condition with few treatment options. Studies show that damage to the barrier separating blood from the spinal cord can contribute to the neurologic deficits that arise secondary to the initial trauma. Through a series of experiments, researchers suggest that matrix metalloproteinase-3 (MMP-3) plays a pivotal role in disruption of the brain/spinal cord barrier (BSCB), cell death, and functional deficits after SCI. This link also presents new therapeutic possibilities.

First step: From human cells to tissue-engineered esophagus

Posted: 17 Oct 2014 06:26 AM PDT

In a first step toward future human therapies, researchers have shown that esophageal tissue can be grown in vivo from both human and mouse cells.

Explosion first evidence of a hydrogen-deficient supernova progenitor

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 04:28 PM PDT

A new model is the first characterization of the progenitor for a hydrogen-deficient supernova. The model predicts that a bright hot star, which is the binary companion to an exploding object, remains after the explosion.Their findings have important implications for the evolution of massive stars.

NASA begins sixth year of airborne Antarctic ice change study

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 04:28 PM PDT

NASA is carrying out its sixth consecutive year of Operation IceBridge research flights over Antarctica to study changes in the continent's ice sheet, glaciers and sea ice. This year's airborne campaign, which began its first flight Thursday morning, will revisit a section of the Antarctic ice sheet that recently was found to be in irreversible decline.

Cellular self-destruct program has deep roots throughout evolution

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 04:28 PM PDT

In what seems like a counter-intuitive move against survival, within animals, some cells are fated to die from the triggering of an elaborate cell death program, known as apoptosis. Now, researchers have honed in on understanding the evolution of caspase-8, a key cell death initiator molecule that was first identified in humans.

Blood test helps predict relapse in patients with autoimmune disease affecting the kidneys

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 04:27 PM PDT

Among patients with an autoimmune disease called ANCA-associated vasculitis, autoantibody increases were linked with an 11-fold increased risk of relapse in patients whose kidneys were affected, a study concludes. Among patients without kidney involvement, such increases were associated only weakly with relapses.

NASA spacecraft provides new information about sun's atmosphere

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 03:54 PM PDT

NASA's Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph (IRIS) has provided scientists with five new findings into how the sun's atmosphere, or corona, is heated far hotter than its surface, what causes the sun's constant outflow of particles called the solar wind, and what mechanisms accelerate particles that power solar flares.

First detailed map of aboveground forest carbon stocks in Mexico unveiled

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 02:06 PM PDT

The first detailed map of aboveground forest carbon stocks of Mexico has been released by researchers. This carbon stock inventory is very valuable for Mexico, as one of the first tropical nations to voluntarily pledge to mitigation actions within the context of the United Nation's Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation program.

How a molecular Superman protects genome from damage

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 02:06 PM PDT

A new role for the RNAi protein Dicer has been found in preserving genomic stability. Researchers discovered that Dicer helps prevent collisions during DNA replication by freeing transcription machinery from active genes. Without Dicer function, transcription and replication machinery collide, leading to DNA damage and massive changes across the genome -- changes that are associated with aging and cancer.

Tiny 'nanoflares' might heat the Sun's corona

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 02:06 PM PDT

Why is the Sun's million-degree corona, or outermost atmosphere, so much hotter than the Sun's surface? This question has baffled astronomers for decades. Today, a team led by Paola Testa is presenting new clues to the mystery of coronal heating. The team finds that miniature solar flares called 'nanoflares' -- and the speedy electrons they produce -- might partly be the source of that heat, at least in some of the hottest parts of the Sun's corona.

Cells' powerhouses were once energy parasites: Study upends current theories of how mitochondria began

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 01:59 PM PDT

Parasitic bacteria were the first cousins of the mitochondria that power cells in animals and plants -- and first acted as energy parasites in those cells before becoming beneficial, according to a new study.

Major benefits for students who attend live theater, study finds

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 01:59 PM PDT

Field trips to live theater enhance literary knowledge, tolerance, and empathy among students, according to a study. The research team found that reading and watching movies of Hamlet and A Christmas Carol could not account for the increase in knowledge experienced by students who attended live performances of the plays. Students who attended live performances of the play also scored higher on the study's tolerance measure than the control group by a moderately large margin and were better able to recognize and appreciate what other people think and feel.

Sugared soda consumption, cell aging associated in new study

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 01:59 PM PDT

Sugar-sweetened soda consumption might promote disease independently from its role in obesity, according to UC San Francisco researchers who found in a new study that drinking sugary drinks was associated with cell aging.

I have to walk how many miles to burn off this soda?

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 01:59 PM PDT

Adolescents who saw printed signs explaining the number of miles they would need to walk to burn off the calories in a sugary drink were more likely to leave the store with a lower calorie beverage, a healthier beverage or a smaller size beverage, according to new research.

Journey to the center of the Earth: Geochemist uses helium and lead isotopes to gain insight into makeup of planet’s deep interior

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 11:40 AM PDT

A geochemist studying Samoan volcanoes has found evidence of the planet's early formation still trapped inside Earth. Known as hotspots, volcanic island chains such as Samoa can ancient primordial signatures from the early solar system that have somehow survived billions of years.

Modeling tumor dormancy: What makes a tumor switch from dormant to malignant?

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 11:40 AM PDT

A new computational model may help illuminate the conditions surrounding tumor dormancy and the switch to a malignant state. The so-called cellular automaton model simulated various scenarios of tumor growth leading to tumor suppression, dormancy or proliferation.

'Paradigm shift' in understanding of potassium channels

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 11:40 AM PDT

A new discovery relating to one of the most common processes in human cells is being described as a 'paradigm shift' in understanding. Researchers have observed ion permeation in potassium channels which does not follow previously predicted pathways.

Loss of big predators could leave herbivores in a thorny situation

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 11:37 AM PDT

Global declines in carnivore populations could embolden plant eaters to increasingly dine on succulent vegetation, driving losses in plant and tree biodiversity, according to new research published in Science.

Scientists find 'hidden brain signatures' of consciousness in vegetative state patients

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 11:37 AM PDT

Scientists in Cambridge have found hidden signatures in the brains of people in a vegetative state, which point to networks that could support consciousness even when a patient appears to be unconscious and unresponsive. The study could help doctors identify patients who are aware despite being unable to communicate.

Protons hog the momentum in neutron-rich nuclei

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 11:37 AM PDT

Protons and neutrons that have briefly paired up in the nucleus have higher-average momentum, leaving less for non-paired nucleons. Researchers have now shown for the first time that this phenomenon exists in nuclei heavier than carbon, including aluminum, iron and lead and also surprisingly allows a greater fraction of protons than neutrons to have high momentum in these neutron-rich nuclei, contrary to long-accepted theories and with implications for ultra-cold atomic gas systems and neutron stars.

Cosmic jets of young stars formed by magnetic fields

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 11:37 AM PDT

Astrophysical jets are counted among our universe's most spectacular phenomena: From the centers of black holes, quasars, or protostars, these rays of matter sometimes protrude several light years into space. Now, for the first time ever, an international team of researchers has successfully tested a new model that explains how magnetic fields form these emissions in young stars.

Myelin vital for learning new practical skills

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 11:37 AM PDT

New evidence of myelin's essential role in learning and retaining new practical skills, such as playing a musical instrument, has been uncovered by research. Myelin is a fatty substance produced by the brain and spinal cord into early adulthood as it is needed for many developmental processes, and although earlier studies of human white matter hinted at its involvement in skill learning, this is the first time it has been confirmed experimentally.

Wobbling of a Saturn moon hints at what lies beneath

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 11:36 AM PDT

Using instruments aboard the Cassini spacecraft to measure the wobbles of Mimas, the closest of Saturn's regular moons, an astronomer has inferred that this small moon's icy surface cloaks either a rugby ball-shaped rocky core or a sloshing sub-surface ocean.

To wilt or not to wilt: MicroRNAs determine tomato susceptibility to Fusarium fungus

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 11:36 AM PDT

Plant breeders have long identified and cultivated disease-resistant varieties. A new study reveals the molecular basis for resistance and susceptibility to a common fungus that causes wilt in susceptible tomato plants.

Resveratrol boosts spinal bone density in men with metabolic syndrome

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 11:08 AM PDT

Resveratrol, a natural compound found in red wine and grapes, increased spinal bone density in men with metabolic syndrome and could hold promise as a treatment for osteoporosis, according to a new study.

Engineers find a way to win in laser performance by losing

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 11:08 AM PDT

Engineers have shown a new way to reverse or eliminate loss by, ironically, adding loss to a laser system to actually reap energy gains. To help laser systems overcome loss, operators often pump the system with an overabundance of photons, or light packets, to achieve optical gain. But now engineers have shown a new way to reverse or eliminate such loss by, ironically, adding loss to a laser system to actually reap energy gains. In other words, they've invented a way to win by losing.

MicroRNA molecules serve as on/off switches for inflammation

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 09:36 AM PDT

Two microRNA molecules that control chronic inflammation have been found by researchers, a discovery that one day may help researchers prevent certain fatal or debilitating conditions before they start.

Impact of offshore wind farms on marine species

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 09:36 AM PDT

Offshore wind power is a valuable source of renewable energy that can help reduce carbon emissions. Technological advances are allowing higher capacity turbines to be installed in deeper water, but there is still much unknown about the effects on the environment. Scientists have now reviewed the potential impacts of offshore wind developments on marine species and make recommendations for future monitoring and assessment as interest in offshore wind energy grows around the world.

That pregnant feeling makes a fly start nesting

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 09:35 AM PDT

Across the animal kingdom, it's not uncommon for pregnancy to change an expectant mom's behavior. Even female flies have their own rudimentary way of 'nesting,' which appears to be brought on by the stretch of their egg-filled abdomens rather than the act of mating, according to a study.

Cell architecture: Finding common ground

Posted: 16 Oct 2014 09:35 AM PDT

When it comes to cellular architecture, function follows form. Plant cells contain a dynamic cytoskeleton, which is responsible for directing cell growth, development, movement, and division. Over time, changes in the cytoskeleton form the shape and behavior of cells and, ultimately, the structure and function of the organism. New work hones in on how one particular organizational protein influences cytoskeletal and cellular structure in plants, findings that may also have implications for animal cytoskeletal organization, scientists report. You are subscribed to email updates from Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily
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18/10/2014 07:14 Condividi

Sabato, 18 Ottobre 2014

La parola di oggi è: korkig

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kọrkig
A adj
che sa di tappo
B adv:
korkig schmecken {WEIN}, sapere di tappo.

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Word of the Day: to dissemble

18/10/2014 06:17 Condividi

Sabato, 18 Ottobre 2014

La parola di oggi è: to dissemble

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Sezione Inglese-ItalianoTavole di flessione: dissemble, v.
to dissemble /dɪˈsɛmbl/
v. t. e i.1 dissimulare; celare: He dissembled his hatred, dissimulava il suo odio2 simulare; fingere: to dissemble innocence, fingersi innocente; He's incapable of dissembling, è incapace di fingere.

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Dizionario inglese italiano italiano inglese
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Sabato, 18 Ottobre 2014

La parola di oggi è: défaut

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♦défaut /defo/
s. m.1 difetto, mancanza (f.): défaut d'attention, d'imagination, mancanza d'attenzione, d'immaginazione; défaut de calcium, de vitamines, mancanza di calcio, di vitamine; défaut d'organisation, difetto d'organizzazione; le temps me fait défaut, mi manca il tempo; les munitions font défaut, difettano le munizioni; la main d'œuvre commence à faire défaut, la manodopera comincia a scarseggiare; ce n'est pas la bonne volonté qui lui fait défaut, non è certo la buona volontà che gli manca; les forces lui ont fait défaut, gli sono venute meno le forze; à défaut de vin, nous avons bu de l'eau, in mancanza di vino, abbiamo bevuto acqua; on ajoute de l'huile ou, à défaut, du beurre, si aggiunge olio o, mancando l'olio, burro; pécher par excès ou par défaut, peccare per eccesso o per difetto2 difetto: défaut de prononciation, difetto di pronuncia; défaut de conformation, de construction, de fabrication, difetto di conformazione, di costruzione, di fabbricazione; cette voiture n'a qu'un défaut, elle consomme trop d'essence, questa macchina ha un solo difetto: consuma troppa benzina ● (elettr.) défaut d'isolement, difetto di isolamento ● (fis.) défaut de masse, difetto di massa; défaut du réseau, défaut réticulaire, difetto del reticolo, difetto reticolare ● (mat.) approcher par défaut, approssimarsi per difetto ● (metall.) défaut de composition chimique, de fonderie, de traitement thermique, difetto di composizione chimica, di fonderia, di trattamento termico3 (inform.) errore, default (ingl.): défaut de programmation, errore di programmazione; par défaut, di default4 difetto, manchevolezza (f.), pecca (f.): les mérites et les défauts d'une œuvre, i pregi e i difetti di un'opera; se corriger d'un défaut, correggersi da un difetto; être en défaut, non essere in regola; prendre q. en défaut, cogliere q. in fallo; mettre q. en défaut, tenere q. in scacco ● (caccia); mettre les chiens en défaut, far perdere le tracce ai cani5 difetto, vizio: il a le vilain défaut de fumer à table, ha il brutto vizio di fumare a tavola; c'est là son moindre défaut!, se avesse solo quel difetto! ● (tecnol.) défaut apparent, caché, vizio apparente, occulto6 giuntura (f.): le défaut de l'épaule, de la cuisse, des côtes, la giuntura della spalla, della coscia, delle costole; (fig.) le défaut de la cuirasse, il punto debole, il tallone d'Achille7 (dir.) contumacia (f.): juger, condamner q. par défaut, processare, condannare q. in contumacia.

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Una parola dello Zingarelli al giorno: arrocco

18/10/2014 06:21 Condividi

Sabato, 18 Ottobre 2014

La parola di oggi è: arrocco

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 Sillabazione: ar–ròc–co
arròcco / arˈrɔkko/
[da arroccare (2) ☼ 1930]
s. m. (pl. -chi)
● nel gioco degli scacchi, movimento simultaneo del re e della torre, gener. per adottare una tattica difensiva | (fig.) chiusura in una posizione di difesa

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Vocabolario della lingua italiana
di Nicola Zingarelli
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News Digest: International flyers to be screened for Ebola in Mumbai

18/10/2014 05:12 Condividi

Digest News Letter - Times of IndiaTHE TIMES OF INDIASaturday, October 18, 2014Today's Headlines India

International flyers to be screened for Ebola in Mumbai
All international passengers alighting at Mumbai airport will have to mandatorily undergo a thermal screening for the Ebola virus disease, reports Malathy Iyer.

German treaty by Congress government a hurdle: Arun Jaitley
Finance minister Arun Jaitley said on Friday that the tax treaty signed by the Congress government with Germany in 1995 is a stumbling block in unveiling details of black money held overseas.

Pact doesn't allow revealing of names
The Swiss treaty prohibits sharing of banking information related to tax avoidance prior to April 1, 2011, the date when the revised treaty came into effect.

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Business

Group insurance costs set to rise
Group health insurance will become more expensive for companies where hospitalization claims from employees exceed the premium paid.

Govt plans to revamp SME, SEZ tax regime
The government is getting down to business to boost local manufacturing and create jobs and is working on a series of measures, including revamp of the tax system for the small-scale sector, ship-building and special economic zones (SEZs).

Domestic air traffic up 28% in September
Domestic air traffic grew 28% last month as airlines were coming out with discount offers to attract flyers at the onset of the festive season.

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Environment

India-born scientist Rajaram awarded World Food Prize
India-born Mexican scientist Sanjaya Rajaram has been presented with the prestigious World Food Prize 2014 for his agricultural research that led to a remarkable increase in world wheat production building on the successes of the Green Revolution.

UP sugar mill polluting Ganga fined Rs 5 crore
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has cracked the whip on industries that have been polluting river Ganga

Argentine biologist strives to save camelid species
An Argentine biologist has combined respect for nature and traditions with scientific rigour in her efforts to save the "emblematic" vicuna, a species of great value for the inhabitants of alpine areas of the Andes mountains.

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World

Many arrested as Hong Kong protesters retake protest camp
Pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong clashed violently with police on Saturday as they reoccupied a protest camp mostly cleared the previous day, leading to multiple arrests and jeopardising government talks aimed at ending a political stalemate.

ISIS jihadists training pilots to fly seized jets
The terrorist group — Islamic State (ISIL) may have now got their hands on fighter jets and are being trained to fly them.

Obama appoints Ebola 'czar', Texas health worker isolated on ship
President Barack Obama appointed a former White House adviser as US Ebola "czar" on Friday and a Texas health worker who may have had contact with specimens from an Ebola patient was quarantined on a cruise ship amid growing concerns about the spread of the virus in the United States.

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Entertainment

Splitsvilla contestant hits Sunny Leone
Actress Sunny Leone, who’s co-hosting and mentoring the contestants on TV show 'Splitsvilla', found herself at the receiving end of a contestant's outburst

Kareena fails yet again in taking the perfect selfie
Premium international ice cream brand Magnum is made with pure Belgian chocolate and carries the promise of an indulgent experience that makes you lose yourself, with every bite

7 celebs who married secretly
Putting an end to speculations, Hollywood's most popular couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt surprised the world with their wedding news.

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Science

Jet lag can make globetrotters fat
Frequent flyers, take note! Jet lag can make you obese and cause other metabolic problems by disrupting the daily rhythms of your gut microbes, a new study has warned.

Israel raises the dead with skyward cemetery
At first glance, the multi-tiered jungle of concrete off a major central Israeli highway does not appear unusual in this city of bland high-rises.

Cheap Hepatitis C cure for India on fast track
Sixty-three-year-old Rajwanti Kaur has been struggling with the Hepatitis C virus since 2004.

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Sports

Indian Super League will take off, says Arsene Wenger
"I know that people there (in India) watch the Premier League and I'm convinced that with such a huge population, it (ISL) will take off," Wenger said.

Tendulkar wishes Kumble and welcomes him on Twitter
Former Indian cricketers, including the legendary Sachin Tendulkar, wished Anil Kumble happy birthday and welcomed him on Twitter as the former Indian captain took to the popular social networking site.

Manchester United let me down, says David Moyes
Former manager David Moyes on Friday claimed that Manchester United failed to do the right thing when they sacked him after less than 10 months.

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Technology

Apple unveils 18% thinner iPad Air 2, starts at Rs 35,900
The iPad Air 2 is 18% thinner than its predecessor and measures 6.1mm. It also has the Touch ID fingerprint sensor, a 40% faster CPU and anti-glare screen.

Google's revenue falls short despite curbing price declines
Google Inc's revenue fell short of Wall Street's expectations as growth in Internet advertising slowed in the most-recent quarter, offsetting a modest improvement in ad pricing, sending its shares down about 3%.

iPad Air 2 vs Galaxy Tab S 10.5, Nexus 9, Xperia Z2 Tablet

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Education

Need for improving education system: Rajnath Singh
Home minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said the education system in the country needs a qualitative improvement with focus on skill development.

UGC to finalize inspection modalities for deemed universities today
In its full meeting on Friday, University Grants Commission will decide the modalities for the implementation of the orders of the Supreme Court regarding physical inspection of seven deemed universities.

HK College students protest fee hike
So for a student, the annual fee for the course has been raised to Rs 800.The students have threatened to launch a stir if the decision to raise the fee was not withdrawn.

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Mumbai

Sack Prithviraj Chavan, state Congress leaders tell Sonia Gandhi
Ignoring the former chief minister’s apology for recent controversial comments against his predecessors and ally-turned-rival, several party leaders from the state have urged the Congress high command to sack him from the party

65-year-old woman set ablaze for voting NCP, not Shiv Sena
A 65-year-old woman has accused three men of setting her on fire for not voting for a candidate they were backing for the Maharashtra assembly, in Yeola, near Nashik.

International flyers to be screened for Ebola in Mumbai
All international passengers alighting at Mumbai airport will have to mandatorily undergo a thermal screening for the Ebola virus disease, reports Malathy Iyer.

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Delhi

NGT seminar to hamper court work today
Even though October 18 will be a working Saturday for more than 40 subordinate courts in Delhi, they will be mostly adjourning cases of litigants and handing out fresh dates.

Binny's defamation suit against 4 AAP members
Expelled AAP MLA Vinod Kumar Binny on Friday approached Delhi high court seeking damages from AAP and four of its members by way of a defamation suit.

Metro submits project report for Ph IV
Even as Delhi Metro rushes to meet deadlines for Phase III, preliminary work on Phase IV has already begun.

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Bangalore

IAS officer faces action for going public on inquiry report
A day after she went public with alleged corruption in the state-owned Administrative Training Institute (ATI) in Mysore, its director general Rashmi V Mahesh faces disciplinary action by the state government.

Bangalore, 11 other cities will get new names
Karnataka got a festival gift on Friday when the Centre approved renaming 12 cities, including Bangalore and Belgaum.

Calm Jaya gets ready to leave
Former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa remained inscrutable as news of the Supreme Court granting her bail was given to her within minutes of the verdict on Friday forenoon, sources privy to the happenings in Central Jail, Parappana Agrahara, said.

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Hyderabad

Will snake menace raise its hood now?
Amidst all the devastation caused by Cyclone Hudhud, there's another fear lurking in the minds of Vizagites - that of snakes.

NAD recruitment postponed
Naval Armament Depot (NAD) had scheduled the written test for recruitment of multi-tasking staff from October 25 to 27 at ACA-ADCA Cricket Stadium in Vizag.

Insurance companies flooded with claims after cyclone
With damages caused by Cyclone Hudhud in the Vizag region running into thousands of crores of rupees, insurance companies are now flooded by claims.

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Ahmedabad

819 to get degrees at Vidyapith convocation
Yeshua Moser-Puangsuwan, 60, a global political activist, researcher, author and lecturer on non-violence in human society, based in Thailand is now a PhD student of peace and non-violence at Gujarat Vidyapith.

Woman bootlegger produces 'missing' son
A woman bootlegger who has 14 complaints against her name took the men in khaki on a wild goose chase. She accused Rakhial police of kidnapping her minor son who had been accused in a scuffle case.

Parents protest KG fee hike
Many parents gathered outside Udgam School in Thaltej on Friday and protested against the 86% hike in fee charged from students at the time of admission to junior KG.

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Allahabad

Sports blueprint: AU trips on UGC deadline
The Allahabad University authorities have failed to meet the October 10 deadline by which they had to submit a blueprint for revamp of sporting infrastructure to the University Grants Commission (UGC). As a result, sporting activities continue to be neglected on the campus.

HC adjourns hearing in writ on PCS exam
The Allahabad High Court on Tuesday adjourned till October 16 the hearing of a writ petition challenging the result of preliminary examination of PCS (2014), which was conducted by Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC)

Hudhud side-effect: 15% of paddy crop damaged
The disturbances caused by Cyclone Hudhud have damaged over 15% of paddy crop in Allahabad region. On Tuesday again, the region was lashed by wind blowing at the speed of 20 to 25 kilometres per hour, while the total rainfall stood at 114.3 mm.

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Bhubaneswar

Inquiry into rotting of blood at VSS
The VSS Medical College and Hospital, Burla, has ordered a probe into alleged rotting of blood in refrigerators at different departments .

Permanent home for IIT-BBS from next session
IIT Bhubaneswar (IIT-BBS) plans to move to its permanent campus at Arugul village on the outskirts of the city from the academic session 2015-16, the institute sources said on Friday.

Girl dies, headmaster suspended
A schoolgirl, who was seriously injured after bricks from an under-construction toilet wall on the school premises fell on her head on Thursday, died at MKCG Medical College and Hospital here on Friday.

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Bhopal

Hudhud effect: Parts of state in for rain
Parts of state received rain and thundershowers on Friday, a phenomenon that weather office described as a "cumulative effect of Hudhud".

Cops booked for sodomy for inserting rod in private parts
The beastly act which left the youth, Anwar, critically injured, had to be rushed to Gwalior for treatment when infection spread.However, police are yet to lodge a case or take disciplinary action against monster cops.

Woman sets herself and 3 kids on fire in Rewa
A 30-year-old woman poisoned her three children and then set herself ablaze along with them at her house in a village in Rewa district on Friday morning.All four died in the incident.

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Chandigarh

Security agencies on alert over possible attacks by ISIS, al-Qaida
Security agencies are on their toes following a warning from National Security Guards (NSG) director general J N Chaudhary about possible attack on Indian cities jointly by Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and Al-Qaida outfits.

150 booked for violence on poll day
Police registered a case against 150 unidentified persons in connection with violence at Niyana village in Hisar district during the assembly polling on Wednesday.

Army man among 3 Manipuris arrested, 440gm heroin seized
Himachal police have arrested four Manipuri residents, including an Army man, after recovering 440 gram heroin, worth Rs 5 crore, from their possession in Chambaghat area of Solan district on Thursday.

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