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Il Consiglio di Amministrazione dell'Istituzione Biblioteche ha approvato la Carta delle Collezioni.
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Domenica 31 maggio, ore 10.30 e ore 11.30 Una casa al confine con la città due visite guidate a Casa Carducci. condotte da Matteo Rossini

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Martedì 2 giugno tutte le biblioteche dell'Istituzione resteranno chiuse. Il Palazzo dell'Archiginnasio sarà aperto per le visite turistiche dalle ore 10 alle ore 18.

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L'Ufficio Circondariale Marittimo di Caorle in collaborazione con Circolo Nautico Porto Santa Margherita , ha organizzato oggi, giovedì 28 maggio, un'esercitazione di soccorso e recupero di un naufrago alla deriva.
L'iniziativa, fortemente voluta dalla locale Capitaneria di Porto e dal CNSM, si inserisce nel calendario 2015 del progetto Vela a Scuola, patrocinato da oltre quindici anni dall'Amministrazione comunale di Caorle, che vede coinvolti i ragazzi delle classi V elementare e II media dell'Istituto Comprensivo Scolastico "A. Palladio".
Il progetto è partito come di consueto ad aprile, con le prime lezioni teoriche presso la palestra, per spostarsi poi nella Spiaggia di Levante presso la Base a Mare CNSM con le lezioni pratiche sulle imbarcazioni della scuola vela: Laser singoli e Bahia collettivi, con i quali i ragazzi hanno avuto l'opportunità di imparare a condurre un'imbarcazione a vela. Tutte queste attività si sono svolte all'interno delle ore dedicate all'attività motoria scolastica.
Questa mattina, intorno alle ore 11.00 i ragazzi della II C della "A. Palladio", distribuiti tra il gommone di assistenza CNSM e un Bahia erano appena usciti in mare, quando un lampo rosso ha illuminato il cielo. La simulazione era stata organizzata senza informare i ragazzi, che hanno prontamente reagito interpellando l'istruttore su come comportarsi.
L'istruttore Gian Alberto Marcorin ha fatto rotta immediata verso una zattera (che era ormeggiata per l'occasione in vicinanza della Chiesa della Madonna dell'Angelo) e dalla quale era partito il razzo di richiesta soccorso, verificando che a bordo si trovava un naufrago. L'istruttore ha quindi incaricato uno dei ragazzi di allertare via radio la Capitaneria di Porto, che ha avviato le procedure di recupero.
Un po' emozionato il ragazzo alla radio, ha però subito capito come comportarsi e ha interagito con le forze dell'ordine per coordinare il recupero, non prima di essersi accertato sullo stato fisico del naufrago.
Sul luogo si sono recati i mezzi e gli uomini della Capitaneria di Porto che hanno recuperato il naufrago.
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Sex chromosomes: Why the Y genes matter

Posted: 27 May 2015 06:36 PM PDT

Several genes have been lost from the Y chromosome in humans and other mammals, according to research. The study shows that essential Y genes are rescued by relocating to other chromosomes, and it identifies a potentially important genetic factor in male infertility.

Study tackles evolution mystery of animal, plant warning cues for survival

Posted: 27 May 2015 04:16 PM PDT

Not every encounter between predator and prey results in death. A new study co-authored by a University of Tennessee, Knoxville, professor suggests that prey emit warning cues that can ultimately lead to both their survival and that of their predators. The hypothesis addresses a 150-year-old mystery of evolution on how warning signals of animals and plants arise and explains animals' instinctive avoidances of dangerous prey.

Importance of clinically actionable results in genetic panel testing for cancer

Posted: 27 May 2015 03:09 PM PDT

While advances in technology have made multigene testing, or 'panel testing,' for genetic mutations that increase the risk of breast or other cancers an option, authors of a review say larger studies are needed in order to provide reliable risk estimates for counseling these patients.

Girls receive conflicting career messages from media, new research shows

Posted: 27 May 2015 03:09 PM PDT

Teenage girls like and feel more similar to women in appearance-focused jobs such as models and actresses, though they find female CEOs and military pilots to be better role models, according to a new study.

How longhorned beetles find Mr. Right

Posted: 27 May 2015 03:09 PM PDT

A longhorned beetle's sexy scent might make a female perk up her antennae. But when the males of several species all smell the same, a female cannot choose by cologne alone. For these beetles to find a mate of the right species, timing is everything, according to research.

Laser-beam scanning illuminates new details in dinosaur fossils

Posted: 27 May 2015 03:09 PM PDT

Scientists have developed methods of using commercial-grade laser equipment to find and analyze fossils of dinosaurs. The new laser method causes fossil samples to fluoresce, revealing complex details unseen with traditional visual enhancers like ultraviolet light.

African-Americans at lower socioeconomic levels have increased risk of heart disease

Posted: 27 May 2015 03:09 PM PDT

African-Americans, especially women and young adults at lower socioeconomic levels have an increased risk of heart disease and stroke. The findings underscore the need for increased awareness and education about prevention and early detection and treatment of cardiovascular disease in African-American women and younger adults.

Chemists discover key reaction mechanism behind the highly touted sodium-oxygen battery

Posted: 27 May 2015 12:12 PM PDT

Chemists have discovered the key reaction that takes place in sodium-air batteries that could pave the way for development of the so-called holy grail of electrochemical energy storage.

Job-sharing with nursing robots

Posted: 27 May 2015 12:11 PM PDT

Given the threat of a massive earthquake striking Japan, researchers have organized a cooperative project team to develop a new robot. They set about determining the factors that are most important to hospital patients in modern society, after which they set about developing the world's first medical round robot capable of job-sharing, making more time for face-to-face nursing care.

Tiny parasite may contribute to declines in honey bee colonies by infecting larvae

Posted: 27 May 2015 12:11 PM PDT

A tiny single-celled parasite may have a greater-than expected impact on honey bee colonies, which have been undergoing mysterious declines worldwide for the past decade, researchers have discovered. Since 2006, beekeepers in North America and Europe have lost about one-third of their managed bee colonies each year due to "colony collapse disorder." While the exact cause is unknown, scientists have speculated that pesticides, pathogens, mites and certain beekeeping practices have all contributed to this decline.

Solid-state photonics goes extreme ultraviolet

Posted: 27 May 2015 12:10 PM PDT

Using ultrashort laser pulses, scientists have demonstrated the emission of extreme ultraviolet radiation from thin dielectric films and have investigated the underlying mechanisms. The experiments pave the way towards new solid-based photonic devices. Because the motion of the electrons driven by the laser pulse probes the properties of the solid, measurements of the emitted radiation lead to a deeper understanding of the structure and the inner workings of solids.

Lethal wounds on skull may indicate 430,000 year-old murder

Posted: 27 May 2015 12:09 PM PDT

Research into lethal wounds found on a human skull may indicate one of the first cases of murder in human history--some 430,000 years ago--and offers evidence of the earliest funerary practices in the archaeological record.

Diagnosing cancer with lumninescent bacteria: Engineered probiotics detect tumors in liver

Posted: 27 May 2015 12:09 PM PDT

Engineers have devised a new way to detect cancer that has spread to the liver, by enlisting help from probiotics -- beneficial bacteria similar to those found in yogurt. Using a harmless strain of E. coli that colonizes the liver, the researchers programmed the bacteria to produce a luminescent signal that can be detected with a simple urine test.

'Do' is better than 'don't' when it comes to eating better

Posted: 27 May 2015 11:21 AM PDT

Tell your child or spouse what they can eat and not what they can't, experts advise. Telling your child to eat an apple so they stay healthy will work better than telling them not to eat the cookie because it will make them fat. A new discovery shows that 'Don't' messages don't work for most of us.

Tumor surroundings are shown to affect progression of different cancer subtypes

Posted: 27 May 2015 11:21 AM PDT

Our environment can have a major impact on how we develop, and it turns out it's no different for cancer cells. A team of researchers reports that two different mouse models of breast cancer progressed differently based on characteristics of the tumor microenvironment -- the area of tissue in which the tumor is embedded.

New algorithm lets autonomous robots divvy up assembly tasks on the fly

Posted: 27 May 2015 11:21 AM PDT

Today's industrial robots are remarkably efficient -- as long as they're in a controlled environment where everything is exactly where they expect it to be.

Ending Medicaid dental benefit is costly, experts say

Posted: 27 May 2015 11:20 AM PDT

A study finds states gain little when dropping adult dental coverage. Researchers say adults in California made 1,800 more hospital visits annually for dental care after losing the benefit. California spent $2.9 million each year, 68 percent more before eliminating the benefit.

America's research funding squeeze imperils patient care, say top medical school deans

Posted: 27 May 2015 11:18 AM PDT

Constraints in federal funding, compounded by declining clinical revenue, jeopardize more than America's research enterprise, experts say. These twin pressures have created a "hostile working environment" that erodes time to conduct research, "discourages innovative high-risk science" and threatens to drive established and early-career scientists out of the field. And this, they add, in turn undermines patient care.

Congressional action needed to optimize regulation of genomic tests

Posted: 27 May 2015 10:40 AM PDT

Latest generation genomic testing offers a chance for improvements in patient care, disease prevention and healthcare cost-effectiveness. A new report recommends that Congress incentivize development of massive data systems that doctors and regulators will need to make these tests safe and effective for patients. Existing regulatory oversight should be bolstered with ongoing postmarket data collection to study tests after they are in use and resolve lingering questions about health impacts of as-yet-poorly-understood genetic variants, experts argue.

Scientists one step closer to mimicking gamma-ray bursts

Posted: 27 May 2015 10:40 AM PDT

Using ever more energetic lasers, researchers have produced a record high number of electron-positron pairs, opening exciting opportunities to study extreme astrophysical processes, such as black holes and gamma-ray bursts.

Brain signals contain the code for your next move

Posted: 27 May 2015 10:40 AM PDT

Is it possible to tap into the signalling in the brain to figure out what you will choose to do next? Researchers can now say yes, and have published a description of how this happens.

Study could explain why ovarian cancer treatments fail

Posted: 27 May 2015 10:40 AM PDT

Ovarian cancer cells can lock into survival mode and avoid being destroyed by chemotherapy, an international study reports. The research used whole genome sequencing to analyse tumor DNA samples from 91 patients with high-grade serous ovarian cancer (HGSC).

New human ancestor species from Ethiopia lived alongside Lucy's species

Posted: 27 May 2015 10:40 AM PDT

A new relative joins 'Lucy' on the human family tree. Scientists have discovered a 3.3 to 3.5 million-year-old new human ancestor species. Upper and lower jaw fossils recovered from the Woranso-Mille area of the Afar region of Ethiopia have been assigned to the new species Australopithecus deyiremeda. This hominin lived alongside the famous 'Lucy's' species, Australopithecus afarensis.

Invisible helpers of the sea: Marine bacteria boost growth of tiny ocean algae

Posted: 27 May 2015 10:40 AM PDT

A common diatom grows faster in the presence of bacteria that release a growth hormone known to benefit plants on land. The authors of a new report showed that these bacteria exchange material with the diatoms while in turn producing auxin, a well-known hormone made by microbes living around the roots of land plants.

Researchers identify origin of chromosomal oddity in some cancer cells

Posted: 27 May 2015 10:40 AM PDT

Surveys of the genomic terrain of cancer have turned up a curious phenomenon in some tumor cells: a massive rearrangement of DNA in one or a few chromosomes, thought to be produced during a single cell cycle. In a new study, scientists demonstrate how this sudden, isolated shuffling of genetic material -- known as chromothripsis -- can occur.

Robots can automatically recover from damage in minutes

Posted: 27 May 2015 10:40 AM PDT

Robots will one day provide tremendous benefits to society, such as in search and rescue missions and putting out forest fires -- but not until they can learn to keep working if they become damaged. A new article shows how to make robots automatically recover from injury in less than two minutes.

Scientists identify key to preventing secondary cancers

Posted: 27 May 2015 10:39 AM PDT

Breast cancer is a disease that commonly spreads to other areas of the body; the most common site for the disease to spread is the bone. Leading scientists have identified a possible key to preventing secondary cancers in breast cancer patients, after discovering an enzyme that enhances the spread of the disease. They also report that an existing class of drugs for osteoporosis could stop the spread of the disease.

Spiraling laser pulses could change the nature of graphene

Posted: 27 May 2015 10:39 AM PDT

A new study predicts that researchers could use spiraling pulses of laser light to change the nature of graphene, turning it from a metal into an insulator and giving it other peculiar properties that might be used to encode information.

Global climate on verge of multi-decadal change

Posted: 27 May 2015 10:39 AM PDT

The global climate is on the verge of broad-scale change that could last for a number of decades a new study implies. The change to the new set of climatic conditions is associated with a cooling of the Atlantic, and is likely to bring drier summers in Britain and Ireland, accelerated sea-level rise along the northeast coast of the United States, and drought in the developing countries of the Sahel region.

Shock Collision Inside Black Hole Jet

Posted: 27 May 2015 10:39 AM PDT

Astronomers have discovered for the first time a rear-end collision between two high-speed knots of ejected matter from a supermassive black hole. This discovery was made while piecing together a time-lapse movie of a plasma jet blasted from a supermassive black hole inside galaxy 3C 264, located 260 million light-years from Earth in the constellation Leo.

Using debt to maintain status quo leaves families on rocky road to recovery

Posted: 27 May 2015 09:47 AM PDT

Economically vulnerable families are increasingly willing to take on debt to maintain a basic standard of living -- a situation that can put them into a deep financial hole, according to a new study.

Potential proteins identified to target in osteosarcoma treatment

Posted: 27 May 2015 09:47 AM PDT

The genes and pathways that, when altered, can cause osteosarcoma have been identified by researchers using new models. The information could be used to better target treatments for the often-deadly type of cancer.

Differences in RORA levels in brain may contribute to autism sex bias

Posted: 27 May 2015 09:47 AM PDT

An important sex-dependent difference in the level of RORA protein in brain tissues of males and females has been found by scientists. Specifically, females without autism have a slightly higher level of RORA in the frontal cortex of the brain than males without autism, while the levels of the protein are comparably lower in the brain of both males and females with autism.

Effective season extension technologies identified for strawberry production

Posted: 27 May 2015 09:47 AM PDT

A study assessed economic returns to three season extension methods for strawberry production in the Intermountain West; high tunnels only, high tunnels in conjunction with low tunnels and targeted in-ground supplemental heating. High tunnels provided net returns of $1,943.57 or $15,548.56 per hectare. Low tunnels added within the high tunnels resulted in a positive increase in net returns for one cultivar. Supplemental in-ground heating increased net returns by up to 50 percent for both cultivars.

Medical, magnetic millirobots offer hope for less-invasive surgeries

Posted: 27 May 2015 09:47 AM PDT

Seeking to advance minimally invasive medical treatments, researchers have proposed using tiny robots, driven by magnetic potential energy from magnetic resonance imaging scanners. The potential technology could be used to treat hydrocephalus and other conditions, allowing surgeons to avoid current treatments that require cutting through the skull to implant pressure-relieving shunts, the researchers say.

Millennials: The least religious generation

Posted: 27 May 2015 09:47 AM PDT

In what may be the largest study ever conducted on changes in Americans' religious involvement, researchers have found that millennials are the least religious generation of the last six decades, and possibly in the nation's history.

Hallucinations and delusions more common than thought

Posted: 27 May 2015 09:47 AM PDT

Scientists have found that hearing voices and seeing things (that others cannot) impacts about 5 percent of the general population at some point in their lives.

Endless oscillations, destined never to relax: A theoretical study on quantum systems

Posted: 27 May 2015 09:46 AM PDT

According to classical physics, the universe tends to equilibrium but the same does not apply to quantum systems, which are destined to shift constantly between different configurations without ever finding peace. A theoretical study illustrates this dramatic difference and explains that in order to be described correctly one-dimensional quantum systems should be thought of as being defined on discrete points in space.

America: Who's making sure the power stays on?

Posted: 27 May 2015 09:44 AM PDT

Electricity systems in the United States are so haphazardly regulated for reliability, it’s nearly impossible for customers to know their true risk of losing service in a major storm, experts say.

Researchers discover surprisingly wide variation across species in genetic systems that influence aging

Posted: 27 May 2015 09:43 AM PDT

A new study focusing on insulin signaling uncovered surprising genetic diversity across reptiles, birds and mammals. Scientists previously assumed the process remained much the same throughout the animal kingdom, but the new research shows that the genetic pathways in reptiles evolved to include protein forms not observed in mammals.

Pinpointing natural cancer drug's true origins brings sustainable production a step closer

Posted: 27 May 2015 09:43 AM PDT

For decades, scientists have known that ET-743, a compound extracted from a marine invertebrate called a mangrove tunicate, can kill cancer cells. The drug has been approved for use in patients in Europe and is in clinical trials in the U.S. By analyzing the genome of the tunicate along with the microbes that live inside it using advanced sequencing techniques, researchers have been able to isolate the genetic blueprint of the ET-743's producer--which turns out to be a type of bacteria.

Telemedicine exams result in antibiotics as often as regular exams, study finds

Posted: 27 May 2015 08:31 AM PDT

Telemedicine is growing rapidly, yet there is relatively little research about the quality of such services. A new study finds that patients treated for an acute respiratory infection by a doctor on a telephone or live video are as likely to be prescribed an antibiotic as patients who are treated by a physician face-to-face. The report is the first to assess quality of direct-to-consumer telemedicine as compared to in-person care for common acute respiratory infections.

DNA: Expanding code of life with new 'letters'

Posted: 27 May 2015 08:31 AM PDT

The DNA encoding all life on Earth is made of four building blocks called nucleotides, commonly known as 'letters,' that line up in pairs and twist into a double helix. Now, two groups of scientists are reporting for the first time that two new nucleotides can do the same thing -- raising the possibility that entirely new proteins could be created for medical uses.

Tablets can help elderly cross the 'digital divide'

Posted: 27 May 2015 08:30 AM PDT

One way to help the elderly cross what's known as the 'digital divide' is the use of tablets, those smaller, lighter, easy-to-use computers that seem to be taking the place of laptops.

Heart: Electronic stent to provide feedback and therapy, then dissolve

Posted: 27 May 2015 08:30 AM PDT

Every year, an estimated half-million Americans undergo surgery to have a stent prop open a coronary artery narrowed by plaque. But sometimes the mesh tubes get clogged. Scientists have now developed a new kind of multi-tasking stent that could minimize the risks associated with the procedure. It can sense blood flow and temperature, store and transmit the information for analysis and can be absorbed by the body after it finishes its job.

Zebrafish model gives new insight on autism spectrum disorder

Posted: 27 May 2015 08:30 AM PDT

Researchers are utilizing animal models to understand how dysfunction of either of two genes associated with autism spectrum disorder, SYNGAP1 and SHANK 3, contributes to risk in ASD. The new findings pinpoint the actual place and time where these genes exert influence in brain development and function.

New online tool to predict genetic resistance to tuberculosis drugs

Posted: 27 May 2015 08:30 AM PDT

A new TB-Profiler tool analyses and interprets genome sequence data to predict resistance to 11 drugs used for the treatment of TB. This rapid tool means that sequence data can now be used without delay, so that finding which drugs to use for a patient with TB can be sped up by days or even weeks, increasing the likelihood of a cure.

Perfume researchers lend their noses to design less odorous latrines

Posted: 27 May 2015 08:29 AM PDT

About 2.5 billion people worldwide don't have access to sanitary toilets. Latrines are an option for many of those people, but these facilities' overwhelming odors can deter users, who then defecate outdoors instead. To improve this situation, fragrance scientists paired experts' noses and analytical instruments to determine the odor profiles of latrines with the aim of countering the offensive stench.

Sandwich system found effective in organic apple orchards

Posted: 27 May 2015 08:29 AM PDT

Scientists investigated four orchard floor management systems in an organic apple orchard and evaluated weed management, soil nutrient content, soil physical conditions, apple yield, quality, and storability for each. A sandwich system used during the whole year eliminated vegetative cover competition, increased soil respiration, improved leaf and fruit calcium content, and resulted in moderate leaf and fruit nitrogen content and tree growth reduction, while producing good-quality apples with high storability, they report.

Theory of everything? How spacetime is built by quantum entanglement

Posted: 27 May 2015 08:29 AM PDT

Physicists and mathematicians have made a significant step toward unifying general relativity and quantum mechanics by explaining how spacetime emerges from quantum entanglement in a more fundamental theory.

How should Norway legalize egg donation?

Posted: 27 May 2015 08:28 AM PDT

More than 5 million children in Europe have been born as a result of assisted reproductive technologies, yet many European countries have regulations that restrict different aspects of these technologies. The result is that European women travel elsewhere to get services that are not currently available in their home countries. Now, the Norwegian Biotechnology Council is recommending that egg donation be made legal in Norway.

Common cancer drug increases collagen in melanoma

Posted: 27 May 2015 08:28 AM PDT

Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body, and investigators are uncertain how its presence affects the behavior of melanoma cells. The goal of their study was to understand how the drug affects collagen synthesis by the tumor cells.

Quantum magnetic ordering: Moving out of equilibrium

Posted: 27 May 2015 08:27 AM PDT

Physicists have taken an interest in quantum magnetic ordering, which is believed to be intimately related to high-temperature superconductivity and also has significance in other massively connected quantum systems. Recently, a group studied the magnetic and motional dynamics of atoms in a specially designed laser-based lattice that looks like a checkerboard.

Study identifies brain regions activated when pain intensity doesn't match expectation

Posted: 27 May 2015 08:27 AM PDT

Picture yourself in a medical office, anxiously awaiting your annual flu shot. The nurse casually states, "This won't hurt a bit." But when the needle pierces your skin it hurts, and it hurts a lot. Your expectations have been violated, and not in a good way.

Any dose of alcohol combined with cannabis significantly increases levels of THC in blood

Posted: 27 May 2015 08:27 AM PDT

Cannabis plus alcohol is one of the most frequently detected drug combinations in car accidents, yet the interaction of these two compounds is still poorly understood. A study shows for the first time that the simultaneous use of alcohol and cannabis produces significantly higher blood concentrations of cannabis's main psychoactive constituent, THC, as well as THC's primary active metabolite than cannabis use alone.

State regulations for indoor tanning could lead to a national regulatory framework

Posted: 27 May 2015 08:27 AM PDT

A national regulatory framework designed to prevent and limit indoor tanning is needed to alleviate the cancer burden and reduce the billions in financial costs from preventable skin cancer, say two public health experts.

Protein scaffold created by researchers

Posted: 27 May 2015 07:31 AM PDT

Right before a cell starts to divide to give birth to a daughter cell, its biochemical machinery unwinds the chromosomes and copies the millions of protein sequences comprising the cell's DNA, which is packaged along the length of the each chromosomal strand. These copied sequences also need to be put back together before the two cells are pulled apart. Mistakes can lead to genetic defects or cancerous mutations in future cell generations. Researchers have now charted a protein that scaffolds the chromosome along its length to help perpetuate life.

Physicists solve quantum tunneling mystery

Posted: 27 May 2015 07:31 AM PDT

Scientists studying ultrafast physics have solved a mystery of quantum mechanics, and found that quantum tunneling is an instantaneous process.

Experiment confirms quantum theory weirdness

Posted: 27 May 2015 07:31 AM PDT

The bizarre nature of reality as laid out by quantum theory has survived another test, with scientists performing a famous experiment and proving that reality does not exist until it is measured. Physicists have conducted John Wheeler's delayed-choice thought experiment, which involves a moving object that is given the choice to act like a particle or a wave. The group reversed Wheeler's original experiment, and used helium atoms scattered by light.

Strength-based parenting improves children's resilience and stress levels

Posted: 27 May 2015 07:31 AM PDT

Children are more likely to use their strengths to effectively cope with minor stress in their life if they have parents who adopt a strength-based approach to parenting. Strength-based parenting is an approach where parents deliberately identify and cultivate positive states, processes and qualities in their children, the researchers explain. You are subscribed to email updates from Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily
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Coolpad Arise is the First WiFi Only Smartphone

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Coolpad Arise is the First WiFi Only Smartphone

Posted: 27 May 2015 06:30 PM PDT

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If your smartphone can use WiFi to send texts, make calls and run apps, then why should you be paying for your mobile phone service?

That’s what Scratch Wireless is asking.

The mobile phone startup has set out to build an entirely new phone company from the ground up offering a unique way to save money on your mobile data plan.

The company’s solution is a WiFi only phone that uses the Internet connections available to you, meaning your data transfer is free. That is, at least as long as you can find a wireless open network.

Scratch teamed up with Coolpad to create its first smartphone, the Coolpad Arise. The Coolpad Arise probably won’t be a step up from your current smartphone.

It has a 4-inch touchscreen display, 2-megapixel camera, and runs Android 4.4 KitKat. But you can buy it for just $99 and Scratch promises you will never have to pay for mobile again.

You might be wondering how Scratch plans to deal with those times when WiFi just isn’t available. The company has made a deal with Sprint to offer passes customers can purchase to gain cellular access to Sprint’s nationwide network.

The passes can be purchased right from the Coolpad Arise, just in case customers find themselves needing cellular in a pinch. Scratch says texting is always free, whether on WiFi or cellular, but customers can buy passes for voice or data.

Voice passes start at $1.99 and offer unlimited cellular access for 24 hours. Similarly data passes also start at $1.99 and offer 50MBs for 24 hours. There are also 30-day passes you can purchase if you know you might be without WiFi for awhile.

But Scratch doesn’t think this will be a problem. The company claims its customers are WiFi connected 84 percent of the time.

The service Scratch offers seems to be a trade off between having a better smartphone or a budget conscious mobile plan. But for those who would rather pay little-to-nothing to use their phone, Scratch and the Coolpad Arise might be right up their alley.

Image: Scratch Wireless

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What’s the Best Place to Look for New Product Inspiration?

Posted: 27 May 2015 04:30 PM PDT

Product Inspiration

Some entrepreneurs experience creative flashes or strokes of genius where they simply come up with new successful products. But more often, good entrepreneurs have to actually work to come up with those ideas.

Unfortunately, new product inspiration isn’t readily available on every corner. To come up with a product that is not only possible to make, but also solves a need for a specific market, you have to know where to look.

According to Stephen Key, author and co-founder of InventRight, entrepreneurs need to look no further than their own computer screens for new product inspiration. He wrote for Entrepreneur:

“Back in the day, I would walk the aisles of local stores for inspiration. These days, a wealth of information can be accessed with the click of a mouse. You don’t have to wonder what consumers wish was better about the products they use. It’s all right there! I’m talking about product reviews, particularly those found on Amazon. There are just so many.”

Product reviews on Amazon or other third-party sites can contain a wealth of information about the products people use and what they like and dislike about them.

For example, if your company sells accessories for electronics and is considering expanding into wireless speakers and audio equipment, you could browse the reviews in that product category for inspiration.

Not all reviews will necessarily be helpful. Some people just like to complain or leave ratings without actually explaining what they liked or didn’t like about the product.

But if you notice that most people seem to like or dislike something specific about a particular product, that could be worth noting.

You might, for instance, notice that people are unhappy with the sizes of the current wireless speakers on the market. They might be interested in something smaller than what’s available. Your company could fill that void in the market.

There’s no foolproof way to ensure that your product will be successful. But by doing the proper research, you can definitely improve your odds. And online reviews should at the very least be part of that research process.

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Good News for App Developers — Google is Indexing Apps for iOS

Posted: 27 May 2015 02:30 PM PDT

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Here’s some good news for iOS app developers.

For some time now, Google has offered App Indexing for Android apps but starting today Wednesday, May 27, the company will bring indexing to iOS apps as well.

App Indexing is a service that allows deep links to Android apps to appear in Google Search results. The same now goes for iOS apps.

When a result is clicked on a mobile device, the app will open to the specifically desired content. If users who click the Search result don’t already have the app installed, they will instead be directed to the Play Store page for the app.

Google claims these two features of App Indexing can increase your app install base as well as help drive usage of your app.

Not all iOS apps will be able to get in on App Indexing right out of the gate. Instead, Google has said it will be working with an initial group of test partners. These apps will start appearing on iOS search results both in the Google App and Chrome for signed-in users globally in the coming weeks.

If you are an iOS app developer and want to become a part of App Indexing, Google has an App Indexing iOS Interest Form you can submit. Not all applicants will get app deep links in iOS search results, but you can give it a shot.

Google gives a list of steps app developers can take to prepare for deep linking. This could boost chances of becoming a part of App Indexing.

Add deep linking support to your iOS app. Make sure it’s possible to return to Search results with one click. Provide deep link annotations on your site. Fill out Indexing iOS Interest Form.

Google will be providing more information on App Indexing at the Google I/O conference taking place this week. If you happen to be attending Google I/O you can stop by the talk “Get your app into the Google index,” on May 28.

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Spotlight: HTC Communications Puts Team Work First

Posted: 27 May 2015 12:30 PM PDT

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Network cable and WiFi solutions might not seem like the most interesting or dynamic products. But they are pretty essential to running a business. In the Cleveland area, small businesses and other customers can turn to another local business for their cable and WiFi needs.

HTC Communications LLC is a small company that takes great pride in supplying its neighbors with the best service possible. It also takes pride in treating the members of its small team like family. Read more about this company and how its family atmosphere has helped it succeed in this week’s Small Business Spotlight.

What the Business Does

Provides network cabling services, video surveillance, WiFi, and other audio/video solutions in the Cleveland area.

Business Niche

Building custom solutions.

Caroline Hill, owner of HTC Communications, says:

“Our telecommunications experts can quickly assess the needs of a business and design a custom-fit system.”

How the Business Got Started

Because of economic troubles.

Hill explains:

“Just like many of our friends, we lost a lot during the economic downturn. We lost our jobs, had to rebuild our lives, find new jobs, learn a new career and then hope for the best. We wanted to take control of our future and hopefully help our friends find a career in our company. We started our business for two simple reasons: One, to create an awesome place where our employees could grow, be happy and make a comfortable living. And two, to provide our customers with top-notch customer service that would make us proud as owners.”

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Biggest Win

Making customers happy.

Hill says:

“Every happy customer makes our team proud. And having a group of people who take pride in making our clients smile is the real win for HTC!”

Biggest Challenge

Adapting to owning a growing business.

Hill says:

“Most of our obstacles seem to be related to growth as a small company. It is a challenge to create and maintain processes when things always seem to be changing. Thankfully, our team is very flexible, and they have lots of great ideas.”

How They’d Spend an Extra $100,000

Take care of employees.

HTC is currently a team of about seven employees. So, each person is incredibly important to the success of the business. And the company thinks it’s important to treat them as such.

Hill explains:

“If we had extra capital, I would first give everyone of our team members a bonus. They deserve it! Following that, I would purchase a couple more company vehicles, so my guys could each have their own work truck/van. If there is anything left after that, I would purchase some advertising space.”

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Business Motto

Always work as a team.

Hill says:

“We have an amazing company culture that allows us all to fall in love with our jobs. We hire based on personality and ability to work in a team. There is never anything we do as individuals — we are 100 percent a team.”

Images: HTC Communications

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What is Native Advertising?

Posted: 27 May 2015 10:00 AM PDT

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What is native advertising? If you were to ask for the most straightforward answer to the question, “What is native advertising?” it would be:

“Native advertising is a form of online advertising that matches the form and function of the platform on which it appears.”

Of course, straightforward isn’t always clear, at least not without some context, so before we get into the why of native advertising, let’s take a look at some examples.

Examples of Native Advertising

Because the purpose of native advertising is to blend into the form and function of the content around it, it can be tricky to spot. Here are some examples of native advertising caught in “the wild”:

Native Search Engine Ads

As you can see, search engine ads are designed to look just like organic search engine results:

What is Native Advertising

Native Twitter Ads

Another form of native advertising is Twitter’s promoted tweets. As you can see below, apart from the “Promoted by” text, a promoted tweet looks just like any other.

What is Native Advertising

Native News Feed Ads

These are promoted posts that show up next to real news in a publisher’s news feed like the one you can see here:

What is Native Advertising

Photo courtesy of BuzzFeed and The Onion

In the language of native advertising, these “news” stories can be “Sponsored” or “Branded”:

Sponsored – a brand pays a publisher to create the content. Branded – the brand creates the content and the publisher well, publishes it. Native Advertorial Ads

Advertorials look like regular editorial content but are actually created to advertise a brand. These ads are popular both online and off and have been around for a long time. Here’s one popular example: Guinness’ “Guide to” series:

What is Native Advertising

Native Video Ads

Native advertising is not limited to text and images – videos have been increasingly popular as well. The “First & Long” series produced by Nike and published on SBNation is one such example.

What is Native Advertising

Photo courtesy of SBNation

Goals of Native Advertising

Native ads have two primary goals:

Positioning a brand image in the consumer’s mind as the “First & Long” video series above positioned Nike; or Driving consumers to take one particular action as in the case of the search engine ads above. What are the Benefits of Native Advertising?

In our advertising-saturated world, consumers have become very savvy. They recognize advertising from a mile away and, except for Super Bowl ads, avoid it like the plague.

Additionally, consumers tend to view the information imparted within ads skeptically. Since someone is paying to have something printed, said, or acted, who knows how much fact checking went into the project before it went live.

Native advertising was developed to combat both of these issues. By looking like the content around it, native advertising camouflages the marketing messages so that they look and sound like editorial content.

This blending effect makes it more likely that native ads will be perceived as editorial content leading to two powerful benefits:

A higher likelihood that the ads will be watched, read and listened to; and A greater chance that the trust that consumers have in the publisher will “rub-off” on the brand. Doesn’t That Make Native Advertising Sort of Sketchy?

One of the often-heard criticisms of native advertising is that it was designed to trick consumers into consuming ads and trusting brands by making said ads look like editorial content.

This ethical discussion continues to rage.

The “native advertising is OK” side of the debate goes like this:

Native advertising is clearly labeled as such using words like “Promoted” and “Sponsored”. Native advertising is a win-win-win solution: publishers get revenue, brands get exposure and consumer get educational, entertaining or inspirational content.

The “native advertising is not OK” side of the debate in turn argues that:

Labels such as “Promoted” and “Sponsored” are easily overlooked and seem to get smaller all the time leading to at best consumer confusion and at worst consumer deception. Native advertising is not a win for publishers because “selling out” erodes the trust that consumers have in their editorial content. Author Aside

Perhaps the key to settling this debate lies in an experience I had early in my career. As a young public relations account executive, I attended a “Meet the Press” event in New York City. Editorial staff from many the major publications were present, each of who took turns telling us how to best pitch our client’s stories to their publication.

At the tail end, a staffer from one of the more radical publications treated us to a rant in which he accused public relations folks of working against the greater good as only those who could afford our services had their stories pitched to the media. He went on to contend that it wasn’t our entire fault however, the media who printed our news releases with no changes or even fact checks where culpable as well.

Ranting aside, I did take one important point away from his talk and that point applies to native advertising: each party needs to be responsible.

Publishers need to make it clear as day that native ads are paid-for advertisement placements so that consumers are not confused. Brands need to provide useful information within their native ads while also making it clear that there’s a commercial goal in play. Consumers need to pay attention to what content is editorial and what content is native advertising. If the rules are being followed, native advertising is always marked as such so look for the “Promoted” or “Sponsored” labels. Is Content Marketing Native Advertising?

You may be thinking that native advertising looks an awful lot like content marketing.

Welcome to the second great native advertising debate.

Both content marketing and native advertising use useful content to position a brand and drive action. However, that’s where the similarity ends.

The best argument for separating the two was made in a Content Marketing Institute post, within which Joe Pulizzi noted:

“I hate to bring out the obvious, but native advertising is ‘pay to play.’ If a brand or individual did not pay for the spot, it’s not native advertising. Although brands may choose to promote their content by paying for visibility, content marketing is not advertising. You do not pay to create or curate content to your own platform. If you are, you should stop that right now.”

Enough said.

Conclusion

Native advertising is hot and growing hotter. As a marketing tactic, it provides two powerful benefits:

A higher likelihood that the ads will be watched, read and listened to; and A greater chance that the trust that consumers have in the publisher will “rub-off” on the brand.

That said, native advertising could have a dark side. If an ad is not clearly marked as such, consumers can be confused and even deceived into believing that the native ad’s content is a objective and trustworthy as regular editorial content.

In the end, if publishers and brands make it their responsibility to draw line clearly between editorial and native ad content and consumers make it their responsibility tolook for and be aware of that line, native advertising is a win-win-win for all three parties.


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This article, "What is Native Advertising?" was first published on Small Business Trends

Looking for a Franchise? Become a Home Healthcare Entrepreneur

Posted: 27 May 2015 07:30 AM PDT

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Seniors today are showing a propensity for in-home healthcare compared with other available options, such as living in a nursing home or assisted-living facility.

This inclination for home healthcare has not gone unnoticed by entrepreneurs who are banking on filling this sizable demand, which is expected to grow significantly in the coming years as the massive baby-boomer generation starts moving into retirement.

Today some 4,500 franchised home healthcare entities exist in the U.S., according to Richard Ueberfluss, who runs an Assisting Hands Home Care franchise and also serves as a Chicago-based regional franchise director for the company.

This, he added, makes home healthcare the fastest growing business in the franchise industry.

In 2009, the market reached sales of $72.2 billion. And all signposts indicate market demand for home healthcare overall is still in its early stages.

“We are only at the beginning of the ‘silver tsunami’ of aging baby boomers,” Ueberfluss told Small Business Trends in an exclusive interview.

In fact, the home healthcare business has been growing since 2010, not even counting boomers, who are expected to retire within the next 5 to 10 years, he added.

The Assisting Hands franchise offers a range of in-home healthcare services with an emphasis on non-medical healthcare. Although former healthcare veterans seem to be the ones launching many of these home healthcare outfits, you don’t need any healthcare experience to capitalize on this trend by opening a franchise.

Even though the baby boomers are years away from joining the in-home healthcare market, the business opportunities are sizable. According to the National Institute on Aging, 25 million U.S. residents will reach ages 65 to 74 this year, of which about 70 percent will require some kind of long-term care.

In addition to catering to elderly clients, these businesses are also offering the government and healthcare industry assistance by helping to offset costs, Ueberfluss added.

One example: home healthcare is viewed as a viable alternative to lengthy hospital stays in some cases, especially following new Medicare mandates that levy fines against hospitals when patients are readmitted within 30 days of a previous stay.

To open your own Assisting Hands Home Care franchise, you are required to have a net worth of at least $200,000 as well as experience in business sales or management.

“Our typical candidate is a VP-level sales executive who is disenfranchised with the corporate world and wants to strike out on his own,” Ueberfluss said. “This business is generally non-medical — you are trained for everything.”

So far, Assisting Hands franchises number at around 80 throughout the U.S., with a concentration in Florida, Arizona, Texas, California, New Jersey, and Chicago. One franchise is located in Canada.

Under the Assisting Hands model, owners can benefit from as many as five revenue streams, Ueberfluss said.

The bulk of revenue stems from what’s called private duty healthcare (which is non-medical in-home care). “That is the majority of our business,” he said.

Next is providing skilled home healthcare workers, such as nurses. Some forms of insurance cover some in-home services, Ueberfluss noted.

The third revenue stream is case management, which basically means assisting clients in the managing of their healthcare. For example, caregivers can provide assistance picking up medication or when an elderly person’s family is out of town.

Fourth is medical staffing, such as helping local hospitals in need of extra nurses.

Equipment sales make up a fifth revenue stream.

“A lot of our clients need in-home healthcare products,” Ueberfluss said. These are typically non-medical devices that are not covered by Medicare, such as a raised shower chair.

Ueberfluss has been seeing particularly strong demand for products such as slip-and-fall alerts and video monitors, he said.

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This article, "Looking for a Franchise? Become a Home Healthcare Entrepreneur" was first published on Small Business Trends

9 Common Mistakes That May Kill Your Business Online

Posted: 27 May 2015 05:00 AM PDT

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Cloud, social networking, mobile friendly and big data are the new digital trends that are going to shape businesses, big and small, over the next decade.

Being ‘digital ready’ is an equalizer that allows local brands and businesses to compete in the 21st Century. As an online business owner, are you struggling to manage your digital presence?

Below are common online business mistakes that small businesses may be making, which could potentially kill business.

Don’t Make These Online Business Mistakes 1. Not Having a Customer Database to Communicate via Email

If you don’t bother to maintain a customer database, you not only lose out on potential customers, but also fail to lend a personal touch when dealing with your existing clients. For example, you may have interested customers taking the time out to browse your site and signup by giving an email address.

But once they leave, there’s no follow-up.

One of the best ways to keep your customers engaged is by capturing their email addresses and mobile numbers (if provided) for your database and sending them regular updates about your store and fabulous discounts/offers you may have.

Keep track of your ‘return customers’ who are good indicators of the quality of service that you provide for your business.

2. Not Being Able to Funnel Active Sales Leads via Social Media

If you are spending a lot of time promoting via social media network and not having the right sales funnel to capture email lists, then you probably are losing a lot of valuable customers.

When you engage in a business network on platforms such as Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and Google+ by sharing your products, offers or sharing free resources, you must connect with an email collection system.

3. Not Able to Create Digital Content for Generating Leads

Rapid creation of social media content is critical to any business success.

The traditional model of creating digital content is either by hiring agencies or using a dedicated in-house resource.  This requires time and money making it difficult to create professional looking content rapidly for digital campaigns.

By investing dollars in creating content either by using design templates or hiring an agency, businesses can consistently attract customers via social media, organic search and paid media activities.

If a business focuses on developing content, then they are on their way to generating consistent leads online.

4. Not Being Able to Provide Convenience to Shop with You

If you are still relying on the phone to connect with customers or have a website for business purposes but not an eCommerce store, you are not meeting the needs of most of your potential customers. You need a bigger space.

Your customers need convenience to shop with you. Having an eCommerce store to view products and services will encourage your customers to come back to you consistently.

5. Not Getting Referrals from Your Community

Are you dealing with the same set of clients for more than six months?

Your mistake is that you’re not interacting with customers or spreading the word in the community to get more referrals.

You need to do some manual work here. Send emails in your circle asking for referrals for your business.

You can do the same with indirect marketing on social media. Another good way to get referrals is to offer a discount to your customers when they refer a friend. This way your business will get some attention and credibility.

6. Not Being Able to Protect My Computer Data

You might think, ‘Duh! … I don’t do this!’

But the fact is, at times we save important information about our business like account figures, customer database and product lists on the computer but do not backup the files.

You never know when bad luck strikes and you lose precious data. Always store your data in more than one place and protect by installing anti-virus software on your computer.

7. Not Able to be Discovered Online

So you have a website, but are you getting found by the right people?

Optimizing your website, content titles, descriptions, images are ongoing. As a business you need to actively participate in online communities, build your Google+ page and create relevant content to attract the right people to your website.

The mantra is to optimize your digital presence.

8. Not Going Mobile-Friendly with Your Website

Google has said it wants consumers to “find content that’s not only relevant and timely, but also easy to read and interact with on smaller mobile screens.”

According to a survey, 61 percent of consumers are not willing to visit a website that is not mobile-friendly due to slow navigation and difficulty in reading.

Adding to this, TechCrunch found that 44 percent of the Fortune 500 companies failed the mobile friendly test! It sufficiently hints at the nature of risk of having a ‘mobile-unfriendly’ website.

Google has provided a new free tool to conduct a ‘Mobile-Friendly Test’ that tells you how mobile-compatible your websites are and what is needed to prepare for the new search algorithm.

9. Being Invisible on Google and Bing

If your business is ranked way lower on Google search, it means your online business is not going great and that you have miles to go before you reach the top.

Being invisible on Google puts a question mark on the credibility of your company and reduces the potential to attract customers via organic search. Optimize the content titles, descriptions and layout of your website and incorporate the latest SEO strategies to move up the search ranking ladder.

Now that you’re aware of these common online business mistakes, can you identify one that may be impacting your business’s growth?

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This article, "9 Common Mistakes That May Kill Your Business Online" was first published on Small Business Trends

New WWF Emoji for Twitter Increase Endangered Species Awareness

Posted: 27 May 2015 02:30 AM PDT

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We all love our emojis, whether we use them on our iPhones, Androids or even Twitter. Now, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is taking advantage of the public’s love of tech to bring to light the status of several endangered animals.

In a campaign called “Endangered Emoji,” WWF created a set of emojis that represent 17 different endangered species. The organization teamed up with Twitter to raise awareness and support: you can use emojis in Tweets to spread the word and can even make a donation whenever you post an emoji to Twitter. You can see all 17 endangered animals-turned-emoji below.

Good job WWF, for using the power of technology to help our environment!

We’re using #EndangeredEmoji to save real animals from extinction. Please retweet to sign up and help. pic.twitter.com/hX1p1GEDZ9

— WWF (@WWF) May 12, 2015

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Image: World Wildlife Fund

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