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It seemed that instant cameras were dying—yet another analog victim in a digital world. When Polaroid announced in 2008 that it would quit making the film that fueled its iconic instant cameras, it appeared to be the final nail in the coffin. The company instead seemed bent on plastering the valued Polaroid name on all sorts of cheap electronics.  [Slide Show: Suddenly, Instant Photos are Everywhere.] Then—in what seems an instant—instant printing has roared back. Revived after a bankruptcy, Polaroid is, er, focused on instant imaging. "What makes Polaroid special is this incredible tactile experience ...
Almost half of South Korea's population live in the Seoul National Capital Area, and nearly a quarter in Seoul itself, making it the country's foremost economic , political , and cultural center. Seoul is located on the Han River in the center of the Korean Peninsula , and was settled in 18 B.C. when Baekje , one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea , established its capital in what is now south-east Seoul. The city then became the capital of Korea during the Joseon Dynasty and the Korean Empire . The Seoul National Capital Area is home to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites : Changdeokgung , Jongmyo Shrine and the Royal Tombs ...
The American Spectator : News Quiz #3
In this contest, readers are again asked to identify the bogus news item. All four items are "reported" in similar style, from The American Spectator News Service (some minor details have been slightly altered). Three of them record actual events. Readers of previous quizzes have been a bit snippy in complaining about the ease of detecting the bogus item. Nevertheless, in News Quiz #2 very few people actually guessed the correct answer. Better luck this time. (And no cheating by looking on the web!) A bottle of bubbly and an autographed copy of the tie new book by American Spectator editor Bob Tyrrell ... market research, surveys and trends
Social sites – Social Networking | Cuttingart News Blog
Astazi internet-ul abunda in asa numitele Social sites / Social Networking, pe diverse teme si preocupari.Mai jos gasiti o lista de astfel de pagini web, preluata de aici . Lista contine paginile web cele mai cunoscute. Nume Descriere/Activitate Mod de inregistrare Advogato Free and open source software developers Open Amie Street Open ANobii Books Open aSmallWorld European jet set and social elite world-wide Invite-only Athlinks Running, Swimming Open The Auteurs Auteur cinema Open Avatars United Online games Open BabyCenter Mothers, Parenting, Pregnancy Open Badoo General, Meet new people, ... market research, surveys and trends


New Survey Report By Rothstein Kass Finds Securing Talent ...
today released "Behind the Scenes," a research report examining critical factors – from talent to distribution – impacting entertainment project finance and production company profitability. The report features the results of a survey of 141 production company executives, conducted in the first quarter of 2010. Findings reveal that more than 63 percent of respondents believe that attracting name talent to a project remains a critical factor in obtaining financing now, and over three-quarters suggest that this will be very important factor in three years. Nearly 54 percent of survey participants indicated ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Poll: Cheeks-Kilpatrick trails Clarke in congressional race ...
Rep. Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick's chance of winning an eighth term in Congress is in jeopardy as a new Detroit News-Local 4 WDIV poll shows her trailing state Sen. Hansen Clarke by 8 percentage points. If the election were held today, Clarke would outpoll Kilpatrick, 38 percent to 30 percent. "She could pull out a win, but the momentum is against her," said Richard Czuba, president of the Glengariff Group Inc., which conducted the poll. "Seventy percent of the primary voters are looking elsewhere. That's a huge concern for her." The poll found 20 percent of voters are undecided for the Aug. 3 primary ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
T-Mobile Samsung Vibrant Review
Dave Demarest (shivers316 of fame), like any hopeful T-Mobile subscriber looking for the best Android phone they have to offer, got hold of the recently released Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant. Acting as a human guinea pig, he dutifully put the handset through the paces. His review of the phone follows. [Be sure to also check out my full review of the international Samsung Galaxy S (the spitting image of this here T-Mobile Samsung Vibrant sans the front-facing camera).] Here it is, folks! As a follow up to the most amazing unboxing video in Phandroid history, I present you with the shivers316 review of the T-Mobile ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
MRC VP who offered cash for assault is WaPo Ombudsman's favorite media critic
Media Research Center VP Dan Gainor has offered $100 to the first person who “punches smary [sic] idiot Alan Grayson in the nose.” When chastised by a fellow conservative for offering to “finance violence,” Gainor claimed to be kidding but added “I’d love to see the video” of Congressman Grayson being punched.  Now, you’re probably thinking that a person who runs around offering to finance violent assaults on members of Congress probably doesn’t get taken particularly seriously as a media critic. But Dan Gainor seems to be the favorite media critic of Washington Post ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


THIS WEEK AT LALLY: June 14, 2010
Jun 14, 2010 ... Please send us your news and photos! ... Professor of Finance, Lally School, RPI ; Dr. Kose John, Charles William Gerstenberg Professor of ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Congressman Brad Miller : Press / News / Photos
Washington, D.C. – Rep. Brad Miller (NC-13) announced today that he helped secure funding for the Triangle and Triad area in the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2010 which passed in the House. Wednesday June 30, 2010 Washington, D.C. – The U.S. House of Representatives gave final approval today to the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act to put in place common-sense rules to make sure the practices that brought about the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression never happen again; to make it more difficult for Wall Street to gamble with our money and then ask taxpayers to bail them out; and for ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
News Editor, Photos - Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism - Jobs
The Associated Press currently seeks a News Editor, Photos to be based in its Dallas TX location. • Directs photo editorial coverage in Texas, Arkansas and Oklahoma overseeing a photo staff of 7. • Works closely with the Regional Photo Editor/Central to coordinate and organize news, sports, entertainment, business and feature stories in the three states specified, and in the wider central region when required. This involves close coordination with member newspapers and freelance photographers as well as staff photographers. • Oversees and aggressively drives coverage plans in conjunction with departments throughout the AP ...
Interesting JavaScript code example: finance calculator :: Free ...
I've been building a financial calculator that lets you enter a monthly payment, an interest rate level and an overall debt level, then tells you how long it'll take to pay off the loan and how much interest you'll end up paying. It's fairly self-explanatory, I think, and interesting to read. First off, here's the JavaScript: