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From a blog about a stained blue dress to the day Larry met Sergey, these are the pivotal moments that made the web what it is today. By Dan Tynan, IDG News Service Depending on how you calculate it, the Web has been around for between 15 and 17 years - which makes it old enough to ask for the car keys, but still an awkward teenager growing toward maturity. Yet it already has a long and storied history (and some prehistory). We've decided to chronicle its 15 greatest moments here. When possible, we pinpointed a specific day, hour, and even minute - the "aha" moment when the people involved got the original idea, ...
an audience (viewers, readers or listeners) to purchase or take some action upon products, ideals, or services. It includes the name of a product or service and how that product or service could benefit the consumer, to persuade a target market to purchase or to consume that particular brand . These brands are usually paid for or identified through sponsors and viewed via various media. Advertising can also serve to communicate an idea to a mass amount of people in an attempt to convince them to take a certain action, such as encouraging 'environmentally friendly' behaviors, and even unhealthy behaviors through food ...
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Women and revolutionary violence in The Battle of Algiers and ...
This is one of those movies people will write their thesis about, so there is plenty more to discuss, including plenty more from a feminist perspective. I want to talk about women's participation in violent liberation struggles and deliberate parallels Quentin Tarantino draws between his film and The Battle of Algiers . Tarantino makes movies about movies, quoting film history throughout his work. This approach is, I believe, most successful in Inglourious Basterds , as the plot itself focuses on the power and role of cinema, especially propaganda and war films. The Battle of Algiers is one of the most well regarded films ... market research, surveys and trends
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Last Sunday's NYT Business section, featured a 3,000 word story about how McDonald's move towards healthier fare has suddenly made them the largest purchaser of apples in the country . McDonald's Apple Dippers are going to "take the place of French Fries in some child's Happy Meal" and "answer many of its critics who contend that most of its menu is of poor nutritional quality." Apple Dippers ? They are dipped in yogurt, right? Twenty-four paragraphs (and eight pages) later, on the heels of a McDonald's lackey bragging about how salads have improved McDonald's image, we are finally told: Apple Dippers industry trends, business articles and survey research
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“Pirates of the Caribbean” turned out to be Disney’s best marketing idea since the coonskin cap. So far, the three “Pirates” movies have made more than $2.5 billion in worldwide box office. updated 7/2/2007 4:49:35 PM ET When you think about it, shouldn’t theaters be paying you to see movies? There are advertisements in the lobby, advertisements before screenings and product placement within the movies themselves. Between the gratuitous plugs for Subway sandwiches and Hero cologne in “Lethal Weapon II,” one has to wonder if the 1989 action movie was completely paid for before a single audience member attended the movie. But ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Photographer Chase Jarvis aims to make artists of us all
Having traveled the world as a professional photographer, Chase Jarvis of Seattle has made portraits of 100 people he thinks show us the way to be creative. Now he aims to make artists of us all, encouraging us to take pictures our own way, and in the process unleashing the power of personal expression. By Tyrone Beason BENJAMIN BENSCHNEIDER Scruffy and polished like the city he calls home, Seattle photographer Chase Jarvis has built his reputation around an uncanny ability to capture the iconic. His Web portfolio featuring some of this city's unsung but most influential figures, Seattle 100, is due out in book form this fall. market trends, news research and surveys resources
Shatel: Big Ten talk may rule Big 12 media days
The World-Herald has obtained an early copy of the itinerary for Big 12 media days in Dallas. Looks like a full docket of fun. 1 p.m. Monday: Nebraska coach Bo Pelini will explain the traditions and rivalries of the Big Ten Conference and discuss why the Big Ten is the best conference in college football. Pelini also will break down the Ohio State band dotting the “i.'' 7 p.m. Monday: Cocktail reception for Texas, Oklahoma and Texas A&M, sponsored by Fox Sports Net and ESPN. Catered by the universities of Kansas, Kansas State, Missouri and Iowa State. Valet courtesy of Baylor and Texas Tech. 11 a.m. Tuesday: ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Great Moments: Authenticity, Ideology, and the Telling of Medical ...
of the Great Moments series to thom and Bender's ability to re-create defining moments in the history of medicine and pharmacy with an ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Mar 30, 2009 ... By saving the places where great moments from history – and the important moments of everyday life. – took place, the National Trust for ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
News and Media: Belmont Launches “Great Moments in Presidential ...
In celebration of the 2008 Town Hall Presidential Debate, Belmont University is launching “Great Moments in Presidential Debate History” on the university’s official Debate 08 Web site, www.belmontdebate08.com . This new video component features political personalities discussing their experiences with candidates vying for the nation’s highest office. Frank Fahrenkopf, former chair of the Republican National Committee (RNC) and current co-chair of the Commission on Presidential Debates is the first “Great Moments” participant in the series. A new video will roll out each week leading up to the debate at Belmont on Oct. 7, ...
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so far, but any MeFites that have an interest in this area, please contribute! I have a specific interest in the development of media in the developing world. posted by k8t to media & arts (5 comments total) Random thoughts: Wasn't movable type developed at some point in Korea? Caxton, the first English printer, should be in there somewhere. First local-language translations of Bibles? Protestantism got a big boost from printing. Stages of development of the alphabet? Development and spread of the photocopier? Common Book of Prayer? King James Bible? Obscenity trials (I'm thinking of DH Lawrence specifically)? Velvet ...
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If you've ever taken a marketing course, or been exposed to marketing literature, you're probably familiar with Abraham Maslow. In the late 1960s, it was Maslow who developed a hierarchical, or layered, theory of human needs and values. Maslow focused on human potential, believing that people go through stages to reach their highest levels of individual capabilities. For me and, I believe, every CRM and marketing practitioner, there are parallels to Maslow's ideas of moving through basic needs to the highest level and what we are endeavoring to achieve with customer loyalty behavior optimization. The metaphor is ...