Archive for April, 2017

Audio Broadcast Live – Promotion Made Easy

Sunday, April 30th, 2017:

For delivering your meetings, presentations, strategic messages, and training and build a knowledge base over the web, Web Broadcasting is a cost-effective and dynamic way. Web Broadcasting uses rich media technology. This means your audiences have a neatly packaged, branded screen right on their desktop using any standard browser and they will see and hear live video, audio and graphics from a computer (including software applications). In the ability to communicate and learn, there are three forms of communication – audio, visual and kinesthetic. Web Broadcasting incorporates interactivity and user-controlled navigation options and all three of these ways of processing […] Read More →

Modern Craftsmanship at Oniricalab Verona

Sunday, April 30th, 2017:

  Oniricalab continues to receive positive nods from both the public assisting to the workshops and the professionals of the design industry. This annual meeting, that takes place from October until its closure on the month of June, is considered by both this groups as the meeting point for an alternative vision of the arts, of material usage and of the slow life and diy cultures. The festival, born in 2009 with the goal of spreading the culture of doing with one’s own hands and not with a computer, of returning to the craftsmen techniques and of using natural input […] Read More →

Trump guarantees protection for those with preexisting medical conditions — but it’s unclear how

Sunday, April 30th, 2017:

President Trump defended his work on the latest proposed health-care bill on Sunday, April 30 during an interview on CBS News’ “Face the Nation” saying, “We really have a good bill. I think they could have voted on Friday. I said, ‘Just relax, don’t worry about this phony 100 day thing. Get the good vote and make it perfect.” (Reuters) President Trump tried Sunday to reassure anxious Republicans that the latest proposal to replace the Affordable Care Act would continue to protect those with preexisting medical conditions, although he struggled to fully articulate what form those protections would take. As Republicans have […] Read More →

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