Thursday, March 22, 2012

The Stellar Results to Reduce Power Utilization | Home and Garden ...

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Trial exchanging next to any incandescent lamps maybe you possess using small fluorescent equipment and lighting or even the CFL lights. With the lamps and reduce electric bill?may improve decrease energy usage. Glimpse into purchasing types of the energy short-cut devices that check your utilization of your complete supremacy in your home. This can be the aware make to glimpse into manage and reduce the home energy usage.

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SMS Audio SYNC by 50 wireless headphones review

Ah, celebrity-endorsed headphones -- whether it's Beats by Dre or Soul by Ludacris, you've always gotta wonder whether their actual sound-reproduction chops will match up with the steep price tags and fashion-focused designs. Oftentimes, shocker of shockers, the answer is a resounding "no." One of the newest entrants into this game is SYNC by 50, stemming from a long collaboration between Sleek Audio SMS Audio and none other than Curtis James Jackson III -- 50 Cent, of course. Unlike the partners' $250 Street offering, these headphones have the unique selling point of offering both wireless and wired operation, a convenience for which you'll pay a staggering $400. Although they don't offer active noise-cancellation like competing models, these headphones are banking on Kleer's tried-and-true wireless audio technology, which touts 16-bit CD-quality resolution. We spent several weeks testing these spendy sound-blasters, so continue on to our full review to learn whether they live up to the hype or could us to a second trip back to the studio for remastering.

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Garrett Oliver, Brewmaster at Brooklyn Brewery, has won the drink category in the Andr? Simon Food and Drink Book Awards for his book The Oxford Companion to Beer (published by Oxford University Press), making it only the second beer book ever to win in this category since its inception.

A ground breaking and original work, The Oxford Companion to Beer is the most comprehensive reference book ever published about the most popular and diverse beverage in the world today. In excess of 160 beer experts from more than a dozen countries contribute to more than 1,100 entries.

The Oxford Companion to Beer covers why craft beer is not a fad; craft brewers sourcing ingredients locally; why craft beer is a new affordable luxury; craft beer and food pairing; home brewing; health benefits; beer politics; differences between beer?s ?appellations controlee?; and why beer is no longer just ?a man?s drink?.

David Gleave (Master of Wine), Managing Director of Liberty Wines, assessed the drinks category nand comments: ?Garrett Oliver worked with 166 contributors to compile what is the first serious reference book on beer. In addition to his contributors, he assembled an Advisory Panel to peer review each piece submitted before it was forwarded to him. The result is a book that is easy to read yet one that will remain a serious reference book for years to come.?

Ian Clay of Brooklyn Brewery?s UK Importers, James Clay agrees: ?This book demonstrates not just the eloquence and authority of Garrett Oliver, but also the new-found confidence of brewers to place our wonderful array of beer styles on the pedestal they deserve. Brewers are innovating as never before and in the midst of all his brewing, Garrett finds the time to piece together this game changing book that underlines his position as one of the foremost authorities in world beer.?

The Andr? Simon Memorial Awards commemorate the charismatic bon viveur who was one of London?s leading champagne shippers and was the active president of the Wine & Food Society. The books must contain original research, be educational, pleasurable to read and well produced. The awards have been presented every year since 1978.


About Brooklyn Brewery

Brooklyn Brewery makes beer. Good beer. Not only does it taste good and make your meal better, but the Brewery like to think that since its founding in 1988, Brooklyn Brewery has brewed flavourful beers that enrich the life, tradition and culture of the communities it serves. Its award-winning roster of year-round, seasonal and specialty beers have gained the Brewery notoriety as one of the top craft beer producers in the world. While striving to brew the best beer possible (and make time for our growing families), The Brewery promotes the proliferation of good beer and good food whenever it can. Brooklyn beers are currently distributed in 25 states and 20 countries.

Throughout 2011 The Brewery underwent an expansion that will double overall capacity in 2012 and quintuple by 2013. Brooklyn Brewery probably exports more beer than any other American craft brewery.


About James Clay

James Clay speciality beer importers distribute Brooklyn Brewery?s beers to bars, restaurants, independents and supermarkets around the UK. For more information please visit or call 01422 377 560.


About Oxford University Press

Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University?s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. OUP is the world?s largest university press with the widest global presence. It currently publishes more than 6,000 new publications a year, has offices in around fifty countries, and employs more than 5,000 people worldwide. It has become familiar to millions through a diverse publishing programme that includes scholarly works in all academic disciplines, bibles, music, school and college textbooks, children?s books, materials for teaching English as a foreign language, business books, dictionaries and reference books, and academic journals.


The Oxford Companion to Beer is available at all good bookstores RRP ?35.

For further information, contact Julie Carolan; or Kate Farquhar-Thomson of Oxford University press

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Friday, March 16, 2012

A maximum-security stay in London's pop-up Alcatraz

LONDON (Reuters) - As the hours approach towards incarceration, the nerves begin to fray. The few belongings packed in preparation for a stint in the big house seem paltry: a towel, a book, and even a roll of toilet paper.

But you can't prepare to think like a prisoner.

"Inmates" at London's Hotel Alcatraz, lose everything they've brought with them when they walk in the door, even the clothes off their backs, as they enter a mock-up of the notorious U.S. island prison made famous by inmates such as Al Capone and George "Machine Gun" Kelly.

The hotel may be a publicity stunt for the British premiere of "Lost"-creator J.J. Abrams' latest science fiction television series, "Alcatraz," but guests were quickly disabused of the notion that this is anything other than a night in the slammer.

Mugshots were taken. Uniforms issued. Belongings surveyed. Pockets were checked for contraband.

A guard sitting at a manual typewriter stared up on a Wednesday night and asked for a name.

"Here in Alcatraz, you will address the guards as sir!" he growled.

The Alcatraz experience followed the role of the "escape-proof" original -- the prison system's prison -- where those who didn't obey the rules were sent to break their will on an island in San Francisco Bay, California.

"We don't know what your crimes are, and we don't care," another guard said. "You're here because you couldn't follow the rules. Well at Alcatraz, that ends here."

"Prisoner number three coming through," he said, blowing a loud whistle, the first of many such whistle-blows throughout one evening in the attraction.

Sitting in a five by nine foot (1.5m by 2.7m) cell, with nothing but a prisoner's rule book, a menu, and a dirt-caked sink and toilet, prisoners were left only with their thoughts.

To the every guest's relief, the grimy privy in the cell was only for show, and visitors made use of private facilities.

But while the concrete walls of the cell might actually have been plaster cast, sat in a dank room with bilious blankets smelling like something recovered from a flood, the feeling that prisoners had lost control over their lives seemed real.

Each convict became cognizant that everything is a privilege. With no control over time, the only thing to pin your hopes on was the dinner menu in the cell.


The menu may have been the most hotel-like aspect of the experience. It's doubtful most U.S. prisons have ever heard of aioli or Peri Peri chicken.

In keeping with the real Alcatraz, where the food was of high quality to reduce the likelihood of riots, the meals were quite good.

Options such as barbecue riblets in a smoky sauce, grilled chicken, and a portobello market burger, were on the menu, and prisoners were offered a choice of beverages, including red or white wine.

Though the food was tasty, everything over the night was regulated down to the minute. Three minutes to change out of clothes, one minute to order dinner, 20 minutes to wolf it down.

Silence was maintained around the clock with the exception of the strident whistles, roll calls, and orders by the guards.

To "earn" their stay, convicts were tasked with "tailoring," knitting a scarf out of yarn from convoluted instructions, and model-making, using Lego blocks, and told if they excelled in their tasks they may earn a chance to win back a personal item.

The night was a mix of stringent routine and interaction with the character actors playing the wise-cracking guards.

One inmate's attempt at a scarf was judged poorly, but a Lego-model of a duck was deemed more creative and earned a spot on the warden's desk alongside a fellow inmate's model camera.

The guard picked it up, surveying the brick camera and mimed taking a photo.

"No smiling at Alcatraz!" he barked.


The food finally arrived. One prisoner's coleslaw was missing. Grateful just to finally eat, he said nothing and 10 minutes later it was pushed through the cell bars.

When prisoners finally had a chance to speak to one another during 15 minutes of "recreation", it quickly became apparent that many omissions and "slip ups" seemed to be part of a deliberate game to toy with guests.

"Prisoner Number 4," 37-year-old Australian photographer Nathan Pask, said he did the experience on a lark.

"Maybe I wanted to get back to my convict roots," he said.

Despite his joking, he later admitted that the experience was effective and altered his behavior.

"I waited for 10 minutes before I finally worked up the courage to ask the guard to use the toilet, which seems crazy."

As a treat for good behavior guests did in the end earn brief rewards. A chance to use a personal item (for 30 minutes only) and to watch an episode of the new "Alcatraz" series, which premiered in the UK on the Watch channel on Tuesday night.

But on the whole the experience forced guests to be meek and respectful. The morning din of whistles was a relief, and a fellow guest said afterward he had briefly contemplated escape through the bathroom window. (Although guests were free to leave at any time.)

"People may come in here with plans, but they end up just getting immediately taken in and accepting the energy of the place," one of the character actors playing a guard said afterwards.

Prisoners were released early the next morning after a night's stay and warned to never re-offend. While shockingly not the worst hotel, Alcatraz was certainly thought-provoking.

The longest term at Alcatraz was over 8,000 nights and several famous criminals such as Capone and the "Birdman" Robert Stroud did long stints on "the rock".

Guests said while they were happy they made the choice to sample Alcatraz-on-Thames and enjoyed the night, they probably wouldn't be repeat customers.

Alcatraz is quite possibly the only hotel where at the end of your stay, the staff shout at you, "Don't come back!"

Hotel Alcatraz is open in London's King's Cross from March 13th to March 17th and is bookable on

(Reporting By Ethan Bilby, editing by Paul Casciato)


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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Patrick Schwerdtfeger to Keynote Major Online Conference for Small ...

Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) March 14, 2012

Small Business Technology author Karl Palachuk announced today that international business speaker Patrick Schwerdtfeger will be a keynote speaker at the first major online conference for small business consultants. The June conference focuses on building successful IT business processes and will feature some of the best business and technology speakers in the U.S.

The online conference Managing for Success 2012 is the first event of its kind targeting technology providers and computer consultants. In addition to great speakers from the world of technology, said Palachuk, weve got some world-class business speakers. Patrick Schwerdtfeger brings us an inspiring message that he has shared all across America and around the globe.

Schwerdtfegers latest book is Marketing Shortcuts for the Self-Employed (2011, Wiley). He is a regular speaker for Bloomberg TV. He has spoken about business trends, modern entrepreneurship and the social media revolution at conferences and business events around the world.

Patricks past books include Webify Your Business: Internet Marketing Secrets for the Self-Employed (2009) and Make Yourself Useful: Marketing in the 21st Century (2008). He has been featured by the New York Times, CNN Money, Fortune, Bloomberg Businessweek, the Associated Press, MONEY Magazine and Forbes, among others.

Schwerdtfegers speaker information can be found at More information on Marketing Shortcuts for the Self-Employed can be found at

Other conference speakers include Stephanie Chandler and Bob Godgart. Chandler is the author of seven books, including Own Your Niche on the Internet and Beyond (Authority Publishing, 2012). Her Business Info Guide web site is an extremely popular destination for small business owners. Bob Godgart is the Chairman of the Board of CompTIA, the Computing Technology Industry Association. He is the founder of ChannelEyes, and the past founder, CEO, and Chairman at Autotask. Godgart describes himself as a serial entrepreneur and has started four technology companies that grew into market leaders over the last 25 years. For more information, see

The conference is virtual (online only) and will run 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM on June 26-28, 2012. Attendees can choose to listen live or also have access to the recorded sessions. In all, the conference will broadcast eighteen hours of programming in three days.

Primary sponsors of the SMB Online Conference include Autotask Corporation, the world?s leading hosted IT business management software to streamline and optimize business processes for technology solution providers. Len DiCostanzo, Senior Vice President, Community and Business Development at Autotask will also speak at the conference.

To learn more about Managing for Success 2012, visit

About Autotask

Autotask Corporation provides the world?s leading hosted IT business management software to streamline and optimize business processes for technology solution providers. Autotask is accessible from virtually any computing or mobile device connected to the Internet and features a world-class API that seamlessly integrates with the other systems and tools that providers rely on to run their businesses. For more information on Autotask Corporation, visit

About Small Biz Thoughts

Small Biz Thoughts is the training and content division of Great Little Book Publishing Co., Inc. Their programs are geared specifically for the Managed Service Provider and SMB Consultant communities. Their focus on future trends has helped them to build a reputation as a trusted advisor to fans and friends around the world. For more information, visit

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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

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Monday, March 12, 2012

A Number Of Ideas To Do Away With Signs Of Melasma On The Skin ...

Should you suffer from liver spots on the skin, you know that that finding a good melasma treatment can be quite a difficult challenge. Aesthetic procedures can be very costly, and whenever the dermatologist or perhaps medical spa specialist is honest with you, they will explain how most of them usually are not recommended for melasma.

A lot of skin care products abound, some of which, like these containing hydroquinone, could even be harmful towards your overall health! And you?ll likewise most likely observe that after a moment of alleviation, your melasma comes back to positively bother you once again. To fight your melasma, you will need to actually do more than utilize one cream. To find the best results, it is possible to complement the cream with simple, organic and even little-known treatments.

MSM is definitely a nutritional supplement you can get in the drugstore. MSM is very good for your skin, as you take it from within, it starts conditioning skin throughout a person?s entire body. MSM additionally enhances the health of one?s hair and fingernails. For those who have joint discomfort, it could provide some relief there as well. A few taking MSM likewise notice that scars are naturally lightened and reduced.

A few melasma patients have found MSM supplements to provide him or her a total cure! Adding MSM to your daily melasma treatment could be an extremely effective as well as good aspect. Start out with 1 to 3 grams each day, and see exactly how your system responds with it. Some individuals might find they are going to the restroom more often, until their particular body adjusts.A few melasma patients may mega dose with MSM, as much as 8 grams each day. If you plan to achieve this, build up to it gradually. Take Vitamin C along with your MSM, as it enhances the final results.

Using MSM may very probably improve the outcomes of your current melasma therapy program. Keep in mind, these types of spots always wish to come back, so even though a person?s melasma has disappeared, continue to keep taking care of your skin maybe once or twice a week, and don?t forget to have the MSM.

For your complete melasma therapy program, use a potent, natural lightening cream with the help of anti-oxidants on the skin, and also supplement that along with certain other ingredients you?ll find at the grocery store or drugstore. Melasma treatment

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Give a Man the Means to Fish From Paternalistic Charity to Venture ...

Part 3 of 13 in Wayne Visser?s?Age of Responsibility Blog Series?for 3BL Media.

Give a man a fish and he will eat today. Teach a man to fish and he will eat tomorrow ? or until his nets break. Invest in a man?s fishing business and he will feed himself and others for a long time to come. This is what it means to shift from paternalistic charity to venture philanthropy. It is an evolution that is important to root in a long and varied cultural tradition of philanthropy.

Confucius (551-479 BC) said: ?When wealth is centralized, the people are dispersed. When wealth is distributed, the people are brought together.? Hence, ?a man of humanity is one who, in seeking to establish himself, finds a foothold for others and who, desiring attainment for himself, helps others to attain.? When asked, ?Is there one word which may serve as a rule of practice for all one?s life?? he replied, ?Is not?reciprocity?such a word? What you do not want done to yourself, do not do to others?.

This so-called Golden Rule, which we find in all the world?s major religions, has come to represent the very essence of charity. In fact, the word charity derives from Latin?caritas, which meant preciousness, dearness, or high price. However, in Christian theology,?caritas?became the standard Latin translation for the Greek word?agap?, meaning an unlimited loving-kindness to all others. Hence, in St Paul?s Letter to the Corinthians, we read, in the?King James Version?of the Bible, of ?faith, hope and charity?. Of course, it is not only giving that is important, but also the nature of giving. There is a Jewish proverb that says: What you give for the cause of charity in health is gold; what you give in sickness is silver; what you give after death is lead.

Islam also has a strong tradition of charity.?Zak?t, or alms-giving for the purposes of alleviating poverty and helping those less fortunate, is one of the Five Pillars of Islam. The practice is generally in the form of an annual tithe or tax of 2.5% of an individual?s wealth, including money made through business, savings and income. The?zak?t?must also be above an agreed minimum (called?nisab), which is said to be around $2,640 or the equivalent in any other currency. As important as the collection of?zak?t?in a community is its fair distribution among the needy. Another form of charitable action is?sadaqah, which literally means ?righteousness? and refers to the voluntary giving of alms or charity. These ancient traditions are considered to be a personal responsibility for all Muslims, practiced out of love for humanity, to ease economic hardship for others and eliminate inequality.

There are numerous other religious and cultural variations on the theme. Philanthropy in Latin America typically revolves aroundasistencialismo, which is charitable giving for poverty alleviation. Out of dedication to their religion, education and culture, Bulgarian communities raised donations to build churches, schools and cultural centres called?chitalishta. In India, Gandhi?s trusteeship concept was adapted and applied to welfare acts. In Mexico, the Raramori, who still live in the mountains of the state of Chihuahua, use the expression?korima, which means ?to share? resources in times of stress. In Southern Africa,?ubuntu?is the practice of humanism based on the collectivist notion that ?I am a person through other people?.

So much for the roots and cultural traditions of philanthropy. Upon these foundations, the great philanthropists, ancient and modern, built their charities ? from Rockefeller and Carnegie to Gates and Turner. The more interesting question, I think, is whether there is anything new and transformative about charitable giving?

One concept that has generated a lot of excitement is ?venture philanthropy?. Seemingly, it has origins in another HBR article, ?Virtuous Capital: What Foundations Can Learn from Venture Capitalists?, by?Christine W. Letts,?William Ryan?and?Allen Grossman?in 1997. Their basic message was that corporate foundations can be more effective if they ?develop hands-on partnering skills?, for which venture capital firms offer a helpful benchmark: ?In addition to putting up capital, they closely monitor the companies in which they have invested, provide management support, and stay involved long enough to see the company become strong.?

Since then, the debate has raged about what venture philanthropy is and whether it is plausible, ethical and desirable. After all, if the venture capitalists are treating their donations as an investment with expectations of a financial return, then is it philanthropy, or just business? And is it feasible to expect charities like community development organisations to generate a financial return in the first place? And what about the distinction between venture philanthropy and social enterprise, or social business?

So what do we know? There are basically three models of venture philanthropy. The first is traditional foundations practicing high-engagement grantmaking. The second is organisations which are funded by individuals, but all engagement is done by professional staff. Examples cited include the?Robin Hood Foundation?in?New York City?and?Tipping Point Community?in the?San Francisco Bay Area. The third is the partnership model, in which partner investors both donate the financial capital and engage with the grantees. An example is the Silicon Valley?Social Venture Fund?inSan Jose, California.

Without getting heavily into the venture philanthropy debate, I do believe that ? as with strategic philanthropy ? it is symptomatic of the shift in our approach to tackling society?s most intractable problems. What we have seen is that traditional charity has been, for the most part, invaluable in bringing about alleviation of social and environmental distress, but rather ineffective in achieving resolution of the problems themselves. The need for pure philanthropy, irrespective of its strategic alignment to donors, will always be there. There will always be emergencies, crises and urgent problems that don?t link conveniently to business interests.

Venture philanthropy, on the other hand, recognises that we need ways to scale up solutions, and one way is to link business with a social cause, and provide the capital it needs to be effective. Hence, I regard venture philanthropy as one of the transition tools that we need as we move to the Age of Responsibility, not least because it brings creativity and scalability to the table. It is one of the critical enablers that is facilitating the social enterprise revolution, which is discussed in more detail in later chapters.


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Sunday, March 11, 2012

Youth camps, clinics and leagues

Listings are subject to change, so call to check availability. All telephone numbers are area code 920 unless noted. To submit a notice, write to Green Bay Press-Gazette, Sports, P.O. Box 23430, Green Bay, WI 54305-3430; fax to (920) 431-8379; or email Include the event?s day and date, place, fees, details, contact person, phone number, email and website addresses. To update an event, call (920) 431-8222.


GBAYBSA registration: Green Bay Area Youth Baseball Softball Association registration is open. Forms available at all schools, parks and rec departments and online at Ages 5-16. East contact ? Bernie Carwardine, 465-9305; West contacts ? Baseball: Amy Komis, 496-0807; Softball: Tom Mathias, 826-4989.

Abrams Youth Baseball registration: Online registration at through Thursday. Late fees apply after Thursday. Keith Olejniczak, or 826-5709.

Miracle League registration: Registrations open for summer 2012 season of Allouez Optimists Miracle League of Green Bay, which provides an opportunity for children 4 to 19 with mental or physical challenges to play baseball in an organized league. One game per week beginning June 2. Games are played on rubber surface facility at Resch Miracle Field, Allouez Optimist Park, Libal and Kalb St., Allouez. Register at Deadline April 5. Paul Liegeois, or 544-0072. Volunteers also needed. Robin Cannedy, or 737-0605.

U14 softball: Coach is looking for competitive U14 softball players for five tournaments this summer. Call Mike at 639-7779.


Ryan Borowicz 1,000 Shot camp: March 18, 5:30-9 p.m., Menasha High School fieldhouse. Boys, girls, grades 7-11. Former UWGB and Ashwaubenon standout Ryan Borowicz directs camp during which each player will shoot 1,000 shots. Great primer for AAU season. $30. Space limited. Forms at Email Ryan at

Wisconsin Ballers Elite spring camp series: Boys, girls, ages 10-17. All sessions at UW-Fox Valley Fieldhouse. 5 camps ? shooting, attack moves, post moves, ball handling and form shooting ? beginning in March. Features instruction from former UW standout Charlie Wills and former UWGB standout Ryan Borowicz. For specific dates, times or registration info, email

March skills camp: Boys, girls, ages 8-15, Players Choice of the Fox Cities, Appleton. March 24, 9-11 a.m. $20 per person. Will Baldwin, or 560-5886.

Higher Level Camps AAU tryouts: Boys, girls, grades 5-11. April 1, 1 p.m., UW-Fond du Lac campus.

Tri-State coaching clinic: April 14, Oneida Family Fitness Center. Clinicians are multiple state champion high school coaches including Tom Diener, Milwaukee Hamilton coach. $60 per coach or $45 per coach for staff rate. Deadline April 1. $75 and $60 day of event. Includes on-court demos, DVD, lunch. Dan Ninham,

NEW spring coaching clinic: April 22, Oneida Family Fitness Center. Clinicians are NCAA Division I coaches, including UWGB coach Brian Wardle and Toledo coach Tod Kowalczyk. $80 per coach or $65 per coach for staff rate. Deadline April 8. $75 and $60 day of event. Includes on-court demos, DVD, lunch, dinner. Dan Ninham,

Summer boys leagues: Grades 4-8, Players Choice of the Fox Cities, Appleton. Leagues begin June 21, games on Thursdays. $280 per team; $47.25 individuals. Will Baldwin, or 560-5886.

Summer girls leagues: Grades 5-8, Players Choice of the Fox Cities, Appleton. Leagues begin June 20, games on Wednesdays. $280 per team; $47.25 individuals. Will Baldwin, or 560-5886.

Take it to the Rim camp: Grades 7-12, Ashwaubenon High School. Girls: July 16-17. Boys: July 18-19. Mike Wittig, or 884-5068.

Wisconsin Ballers Elite AAU teams: Roster spots available for spring/summer teams for boys, girls ages 9-17. Email

Wisconsin Blizzard AAU program: Nearly half of 40 teams for boys, girls, grades 4-11 have openings. or Bill Weiner, 378-2323.


Green Bay Elite kids camp: April 7, 10 a.m.-noon, Green Bay Elite Cheer Co., 1194 O?Hare Blvd., De Pere. $20 in advance, $25 at door. All ages, levels welcome. Learn cheers, tumbling, jumps, dance and stunting. Pizza, drink. Julie Sprangers, 983-1700.


Allouez Buccaneers registration: Walk-in registration ? April 12, 6-8 p.m., Allouez Community Center, 2143 S. Webster Ave. Registration open until June 15. $100, Allouez residents, $110 others. Late registration, $125. Second family member, $75. Forms at or at Allouez Village Hall. Paul Ihlenfeldt, 338-9560, or email

Green Bay Packers noncontact camp: July 16-20, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Green Bay East High School, 1415 E. Walnut St., Green Bay. $349, early-bird discounts available. or (866) 246-9800.


Junior classes: The First Tee is registering ages 5-17 for classes at Mr. Golf and Highland Ridge Golf Course. Certified instructors teach technique, rules, etiquette and emphasize character development. Register at Julie Pyne, or 606-6607.


Green Bay Youth Lacrosse Club spring league: April 14-June 9. Grades 3-5, 6-8. $179. U15 traveling team also available for experienced players. Players must have own equipment.

Open gyms

De Pere open gyms: Saturdays through March 31, Westwood Elementary School, De Pere. High school and adult ? 10 a.m.-noon; grades 5-8 ? 11 a.m.-noon. $4 for De Pere residents; $6 others. Season passes on-site or at De Pere Community Center, 600 Grant St. 339-4066 or

Co-ed rec nights: Wednesdays through March 28, Westwood Elementary School, De Pere. Grades 3-8, 6-8 p.m. $3 for De Pere residents; $5 others. Season passes on-site or at De Pere Community Center, 600 Grant St. 339-4066 or


Distance Demons running club: Grades 3-8. Fun training for cross country, track and field and road race events. or 983-0960.


Suamico lessons: Introductory course for ages 8-15, Windjammers Sailing Club, west shoreline of Green Bay. Focuses on safety, boat handling, personal responsibility and on-the-water experiences where students become captains of their own boat. Suamico residents, $95; others, $115. All sessions 9-11:30 a.m. or 1-3:30 p.m. on July 9-13, July 16-20, July 23-27, July 30-Aug. 3. Space is limited. Nikki, or 434-8410.


Learn to Skate program: U.S. Figure Skating Basic Skills program, De Pere Ice Arena, 1450 Ft. Howard Ave., De Pere, next to Brown County Fairgrounds. Thursday evenings and Saturdays. All ages, levels. $64 per six-week session. Skate rental, $2. 569-9494 or


Sports Emporium outdoor rec league: Sports Emporium, 1856 Nimitz Drive, De Pere. Boys, girls, ages 5-10. Affiliated with Wisconsin Youth Soccer Association. $100. Email or call 336-1900.


Hitting clinics: Open to all high school softball players, grades 9-12. Sundays through March 18, 4-5 p.m., De Pere High School gym. Chris DeLarwelle of The Hitting Zone will instruct. Steve Austin, 219-0745.

GBAYBSA registration: Green Bay Area Youth Baseball Softball Association registration open. Forms available at all schools, parks and rec departments and online at Ages 5-16. East contact ? Bernie Carwardine, 465-9305; West contacts ? Baseball: Amy Komis, 496-0807; Softball: Tom Mathias, 826-4989.

Abrams Youth Softball registration: Online registration at through Thursday. Late fees apply after Thursday. Keith Olejniczak, or 826-5709.

Players wanted: Local U14 tournament team seeks competitive players. 4-5 tournaments this summer. Mike, 639-7779.

Speed and agility

XL foundational and developmental training: Mondays-Thursdays, 4-, 8- or 12-week programs, 1-4 day options. Foundational ? 6-7 p.m.; Developmental ? 5-6 p.m. XL Athletic Performance, 1630 Commanche Ave., Ashwaubenon. 430-4722 or

XL team training: XL Athletic Performance, 1630 Commanche Ave., Ashwaubenon. Discounted training opportunity for teams of five to 15 athletes. Specific programs designed for upcoming season or event. 2 to 3 days per week for 8 weeks. 430-4722 or


Green Bay spring lessons: Levels 1-4 and parent/child, Edison Pool, 442 Alpine Drive, Green Bay. Tuesdays, March 27-April 24, 5:45-6:30 p.m. and 6:30-7:15 p.m.; Thursdays, March 29-April 26, 5:45-6:30 p.m. $20 Green Bay residents, $30 others. Forms at Parks, Recreation Forestry Department, 100 N. Jefferson St., Room 510 or 448-3365.

Lifeguard training course: Southwest High School Pool, 1331 Packerland Drive, Green Bay. April 13, 5-6:30 p.m.; April 14, 15 and 21, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; April 22, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Participants must be at least 15 and have Level 5 or above swimming skills. First aid, CPR are part of class. $100 for Green Bay residents, plus cost of book. $50 nonresident fee. Deadline June 22 or when full. Forms at Parks, Recreation Forestry Department, 100 N. Jefferson St., Room 510 or 448-3365.

Lifeguard training course: June 25-July 6, 9 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Colburn Pool, 1025 S. Fisk St., Green Bay. Participants must be at least 15 and have Level 5 or above swimming skills. First aid, CPR are part of class. $100 for Green Bay residents, plus cost of book. $50 nonresident fee. Deadline June 22 or when full. Forms at Parks, Recreation Forestry Department, 100 N. Jefferson St., Room 510 or 448-3365.


Green Bay Juniors Volleyball Club summer instructional program: All skills, 10-week program beginning in May. Girls, ages 10-15; Boys, ages 10-14. Deadline April 21. Email for more information.

Lawrence University spring position training: Girls, grades 9-12. Wednesdays, May 9-23, Alexander Gymnasium, Lawrence University, Appleton. Hitters/setters: 7-8 p.m.; libero/defensive: 8-9 p.m. $25, includes T-shirt. Deadline May 1. Forms online at Matt Schoultz or 993-6280.

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South Africa wins science panel's backing to host SKA telescope


South Africa has already built seven radio telescopes as prototypes for the proposed Square Kilometre Array.

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A scientific panel has narrowly recommended South Africa over Australia as the best site for the proposed Square Kilometre Array (SKA), an enormous radio telescope (see 'Astronomy in South Africa: The long shot'). But the project's member states have yet to make a final decision on where the telescope will go.

The SKA Site Advisory Committee's decision was first reported on 10 March in the Sydney Morning Herald. A source familiar with the site-selection process confirmed to Nature that the panel had indeed made a decision, but added that it was a close call. "This is not an enormous preference for one over the other," he says.

The US$2.1-billion SKA radio telescope will be made up of some 3,000 dishes, each 15 metres in diameter. The project will try to answer big questions about the early Universe: how the first elements heavier than helium formed, for example, and how the first galaxies coalesced. The telescope is so sensitive that it could even pick up television signals from distant worlds ? something that might aid in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence.

Since 2006, South Africa has competed against a joint bid from Australia and New Zealand to host the project. The South African site has some compelling advantages: construction costs are lower, and it sits at a higher altitude. But the Australian site would be cheaper to insure, and is less likely to be encroached on by future development. The margin in favour of the winner was extremely narrow, the source says.

Members of the SKA's board will meet on 19 March in Manchester, UK, to discuss the scientific panel's recommendations. The closed meeting will also provide the two bidders with the opportunity to contest any of the panel's recommendations. After the meeting, the SKA's board will write a commentary to accompany the recommendation, which will inform the final decision.

According to Nature's source, because the two sites are so close in merit, both are still in contention. China, Italy, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands ? the SKA voting board members ? could yet decide either way. It is even possible that the array could be shared between both nations, although this would probably increase the construction costs.

A final site decision could come as soon as 4 April, when a meeting of the board is tentatively scheduled in Amsterdam.


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Saturday, March 10, 2012

Rising Above The Stress And Dealing With Everyday Problems ...

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There is simply too much stress going around in the world for a lot of people to handle. People dealing with these issues are vulnerable to stress and the numerous side effects that come with dealing with it.

Small amounts of stress can be helpful when it comes to pushing us to finish important projects on time, but daily stress from different sources can be dangerous to our mental and physical health. That?s why stress management is extremely important in helping us get the most of our day-to-day lives.

We all have our specific ways of fighting stress, but the common factor is the desire to minimize, if not eliminate stress. Stress keeps us on the edge, with our minds processing a million thoughts a second and our bodies struggling to keep up. An inability to manage this stress could easily lead to burnout.

The best way to deal with stress is to find some free time and focus on leisurely things you love doing. A short period of time each day is all you would need. This helps our minds and even our bodies relax, taking some time away from our daily stressful routines. Better yet, schedule a trip out of town and go on vacation every once in a while ? this also works well in minimizing stress.

Many people suggest a regular exercise program ? even a few minutes per day ? as a means to reduce stress. Yoga is effective more so than other forms of exercise because it is good for both mental and physical relaxation.

If exercising, vacations or hobbies aren?t your thing, then regular sleeping patterns may just help. Having at least eight hours of sleep per night and setting the same time for sleeping and waking up ensures that your body has ample time to recharge itself.

Also try connecting with friends and family for support during these stressful times. Being in a relationship or having a tightly-knit family can provide that crucial support when you need it the most. Don?t fret if you?re not romantically involved or if you?re not close to your family. Online communities provide a way to connect with others under stress and learn new stress management techniques.

The more you avoid stress, the better your chances of staying healthy on all counts. In managing stress successfully, your chances of living healthy and happily for years to come will greatly improve.

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Reflections from the Tail: The Crow Family Tree

Legend says that if the six ravens ever leave the Tower of London, then the monarchy will fall, the White Tower at The Tower of London will crumble and a great disaster will befall England. ?Being superstitious, they don't take any chances and the Ravens that live at the Tower are protected by a royal decree.
It was Charles II who first insisted the ravens of the Tower should be protected. ?There are seven ravens at the Tower, the required six plus one spare. They hang at the Wakefield Tower, are rather large, and should not be approached too closely by anyone other than the Ravenmaster. ?When we visited the Tower, we saw a posted sign saying you are not to feed them or get too close, they are protective of their territory and will bite if they feel their territory is being threatened.??At the Tower, you will find them walking about just doing their thing. They have?had one wing clipped and it literally keeps them?grounded.
Across the great pond, in the United States, you will find the descendants of these great Royal Ravens, the standard crow and they seem to conjugate atop our carriage house. In keeping with the tutor design, we modeled our carriage house after Anne Hathaway's Cottage. At any given time, you'll find two to six crows that sit, walk around, poop, and just do their thing in our yard, as well as on the roof peek. ?I'm not sure if they hang at our home because it's an English styled property and they feel at home - it's in their blood - or they do it to get under my skin. ?These crows are very intelligent and annoy me to no end. ?One crow perches on top, watching for predators, while the horde tears up my lawn feeding on grubs and other insects. ?If I'm in the kitchen I can slam my screen door 3 times and they will fly away. ?Needless to say, they are very destructive and I hate them.
Most people in the Adirondack Mountains battle mice in the cellar, squirrels who get into bird feeders and deer who think our flower beds are just as tasty as the smorgasbord of your favorite restaurant. ?We drop bombs in holes that are made by moles who burrow through manicured lawns trying to move them out and on their way to another yard. We set Have a Heart traps for chipmunks, who dig in the flower garden looking for tulip and daffodil bulbs, in the hope of catching them so we can relocate Chip n' Dale to the nearest campsite. ?One summer alone I relocated 10 chipmunks.

I am constantly battling these God awful crows. A group of crows can tear up a lawn in a matter of hours looking for grubs. ?Their beaks are very sharp and once they have them stuck in the lawn, a quick twist of their head can tear up a chunk of lawn the size of a saltine cracker. ?If you have a horde of crows digging for grubs, an entire lawn can be ruined in no time at all.

A couple years ago, my husband gave me a pellet rifle for Christmas to blast these crows. ?These birds have keen hearing and sight. ?I've tried sneaking up on them, I've hid behind trees and even sat like a manikin in a lawn chair just waiting for my chance to blast their butts. ?Every time I try to take my shot, these birds take flight before I even get my rife raised. ?Once I give up and return to the house, they return to perch, atop the roof. ?It's a battle I cannot win.

I'm sure for the remainder of my years, these crows will be an annoyance to me in some form or another. ?
I'll just have to put up with them until they decide to move on to a better location, but for some reason, I don't think that will happen. What I do know is the Crow Family Tree will continue to grow, increasing in size each year, unless I put a bounty on their heads. ?So, for now, we'll just have to learn how to coexist until I become a better shot or I decide to go out and buy myself a shotgun.



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Friday, March 9, 2012

Kevin Young on Poems of Food and Drink -

?I think this okra is delicious,? Kevin Young said during lunch on Wednesday at a Midtown robata restaurant.

The man should know. A prolific author, as well as a professor and curator at Emory University, Mr. Young is enough of an okra connoisseur that he?s written a poem about it.

Then again, he has also written poems about pork, boudin, hot sauce, catfish, crawfish, grits, sweet potato pie, pepper vinegar, turtle soup, fig preserves, gumbo and a squash called cushaw. The majority of his gastronomic verses appear in ?Dear Darkness,? a 2008 collection in which food plays a pivotal role in his musings on memory and loss and family history.

So it only makes sense that Mr. Young, 41, whose wide-ranging body of work includes an astonishing book of poems about the painter Jean-Michel Basquiat and another that incorporates the doomy lingo of film noir, was chosen to put together a food-verse anthology that Bloomsbury plans to publish later this year.

Called ?The Hungry Ear: Poems of Food & Drink,? the book will cull about 150 poems by the likes of Mary Oliver, Lucille Clifton, Donald Hall, Seamus Heaney, William Carlos Williams, Frank O?Hara and William Matthews, whose ode to onions has at least one diehard fan here at Diner?s Journal.

?In the introduction, I talk a lot about how food and poems are related,? Mr. Young said. ?They are both, to me, necessities.?

And if you happen to have a favorite food poem, now?s the time to let us (and Mr. Young) know. He?s got cheese covered, and plums, too. But as he hones the final lineup for ?The Hungry Ear,? there seems to be at least one gap in the menu.

?I actually need more pork poems,? he said.


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Thursday, March 8, 2012

Tobii EyeAsteroids 3D lets you destroy virtual space stones with a gaze, we go eyes-on (video)

We've touched and tapped our way through a variety of gadgets at CeBIT, but it's the devices that operate without traditional user interfaces that have really grabbed our focus. Tobii was on-hand to demonstrate its eye-tracking technology earlier this year at CES, but the company is peddling its wares here in Hannover as well, and we decided to drop by for a second look. This time, it's all about gaming, with EyeAsteroids drawing quite a bit of attention on the show floor. The demo pairs Tobii with a SeeFront glasses-free 3D panel for a fairly engaging extraterrestrial shootout. We weren't really sold on the glasses-free 3D, unfortunately, which provides the same unconvincing three-dimensional image from any angle, but Tobii was spot-on, letting us hone in on those infamous space rocks to save our planet from destruction without even raising a finger.

Like SeeFront's display, you're able to make visual selections from any angle (within reason) just as easily as you can from directly in front of the panel. There's a seconds-long calibration process each time you start the game, so Tobii can locate your eyes and pair your pupil orientation with a target on the screen. After that, it's open season -- you simply focus on an asteroid to destroy it, and you can add your name to the leader board and navigate menus as well, just as we saw with the Windows 8 demo back at CES. Is this the future of gaming? That remains to be seen, and while the eye-tracking seemed to work just as described, old school gamers will likely prefer tilting a joystick and (violently) tapping on arcade buttons. We still had a lot of fun playing without using our hands, though, as you'll see in our glare-filled demo just past the break.

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Wednesday, March 7, 2012

PHOTO: Jessica Simpson Goes Nude, Reveals It's a Girl!

It's official: Jessica Simpson is having a girl! Also official? As evidenced by the April cover of Elle magazine, she looks good naked, even when 7 months pregnant. And although the 31-year-old pop star wasn't completely at peace with stripping down for the nude photo shoot, she's glad she did it.


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Scientists see rise in tornado-creating conditions

When at least 80 tornadoes rampaged across the United States, from the Midwest to the Gulf of Mexico, last Friday, it was more than is typically observed during the entire month of March, tracking firm reported on Monday.

According to some climate scientists, such earlier-than-normal outbreaks of tornadoes, which typically peak in the spring, will become the norm as the planet warms.

"As spring moves up a week or two, tornado season will start in February instead of waiting for April," said climatologist Kevin Trenberth of the National Center for Atmospheric Research.

Whether climate change will also affect the frequency or severity of tornadoes, however, remains very much an open question, and one that has received surprisingly little study.

"There are only a handful of papers, even to this day," said atmospheric scientist Robert Trapp of Purdue University, who led a pioneering 2007 study of tornadoes and climate change.

"Some of us think we should be paying more attention to it," said atmospheric physicist Anthony Del Genio of the Goddard Institute for Space Studies, part of NASA.

Read: Disaster volunteers, please curb your enthusiasm!

The scientific challenge is this: the two conditions necessary to spawn a twister are expected to be affected in opposite ways. A warmer climate will likely boost the intensity of thunderstorms but could dampen wind shear, the increase of wind speed at higher altitudes, researchers say.

Tomorrow's thunderstorms will pack a bigger wallop, but may strike less frequently than they have historically, explained Del Genio.

"As we go to a warmer atmosphere, storms - which transfer energy from one region to another - somehow figure out how to do that more efficiently," he said. As a result, thunderstorms transfer more energy per outbreak, and so have to make such transfers less often.

In a 2011 paper, Del Genio calculated that, "especially in the central and eastern United States, we can expect a few more days per month with conditions favorable to severe thunderstorm occurrence" by the latter part of this century if the global climate grows warmer.

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Indeed, the world has been experiencing more violent storms since 1970, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change reported in its most recent assessment.

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Purdue's Trapp and colleagues got a similar result in their 2007 study, which they confirmed in research published in 2009 and 2011. "The number of days when conditions exist to form tornadoes is expected to increase" as the world warms, he said.

In addition, they found, regions near the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic coasts not normally associated with tornadoes will experience tornado-making weather more frequently. They projected a doubling in the number of days with such conditions in Atlanta and New York City, for instance.

More powerful thunderstorms would be expected to produce more tornadoes, but wind shear could prove a mitigating factor.

Because climate change is not uniform, Del Genio wrote in the 2011 paper, "in the lower troposphere, the temperature difference between low and high latitudes decreases as the planet warms, creating less wind shear."

Read: Snow, cold add to tornado survivors' misery

Other scientists are not so sure, and they see a surge in tornadoes last year as ominous. April 2011 was the most active tornado month on record, with 753, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), compared to the previous record of 267 in April 1974.

"I have no doubt that there will be many times when wind shear is plenty strong to create a tornado," said Trenberth.

That is what Trapp's team concluded in their 2007 study. "Over most of the United States," they wrote, the increase in the power of thunderstorms will "more than compensate for the relative decreases in shear."

As a result, "the environment would still be considered favorable for severe convection" of the kind that creates tornadoes.

From March to May the projected increase in severe storms is "largest over a 'tornado-alley'-like region extending northward from Texas," Trapp found. From June through August, the eastern half of the country is projected to experience such an increase.

If there are more days in the future when wind shear is too weak to produce a tornado from a thunderstorm, said Trenberth, then "the frequency of tornadoes may decrease but the average intensity might increase. You could have a doozy of an outbreak, and then they could go away for a while."

On average, about 800 tornados are reported annually in the United States. About 70 percent are "weak," finds NOAA, with winds less than 110 mph. Just under 29 percent are "strong," with winds between 110 and 205 mph. Only 2 percent of all tornadoes are what NOAA characterizes as "violent," with winds in excess of 205 mph, but they account for 70 percent of all twister deaths.

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Tuesday, March 6, 2012

[OOC] Jekyll and Hyde

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May I please have the boy spot #1 please? :]

Oh yeah Jekyll and Hyde! XD

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(PASS: Jekyll and Hyde) can i reserve for girl spot#2 please?

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I have a few questions, What do you mean by ocsupation? Then, What type of picture is okay?

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Occupation is what your character does for a living. (A.K.A.: A job.) My work here is done, now back to lurking the interwebs. *disappears into a virtual portal*

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Any type of picture will work, Darkness

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ok soooo, i have a little thing with my character(s), cause like, they're supposedly "twins" but they're never seen together so, is that ok?

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They have to be within the same body. Dr. Jekyll's experiments were a drug that caused basically skitzophrenia.

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