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Are You Sabotaging Your PR Success?

Being in a band can be a lot of fun, but it can also be overwhelming and stressful. There isn’t any tried and true manual which describes every step you’ll need to take to find success, but there are tips and tricks. How do you know if you’re doing everything right? Here are a few ways to know if you’re actually sabotaging your PR success. Show More Summary

Media Complicity Is Key to Blacklisting Websites

We still don't have any sort of apology or retraction from the Washington Post for promoting "The List" -- the highly dangerous blacklist that got a huge boost from the newspaper's fawning coverage on November 24. The project of smearing...Show More Summary

CSIRO inks major China solar thermal power deal

RNE reports that Australia's CSIRO agency is licencing its solar thermal power technology to the Chinese- CSIRO inks major China solar thermal deal, but home market remains stalled. Australia’s top science and research organisation,Show More Summary

10 Habits of Successful Job Seekers

Hiring may slow down around the holidays, but once the new year rolls in HR departments will be in full swing. To get you prepared for the upcoming hiring season, we’ve compiled a checklist of best practices for media professionals on the hunt. Show More Summary

Standing Rock Stands Tall

The standoff at Standing Rock was looking like turning to Wounded Knee 3) over the weekend, as a small army of veterans converged on the site to try to defend the "water protectors" protesting against the planned North Dakota Access pipeline. Show More Summary

Revenue Cycle: 5 Tips to Improve Your Organization’s Clean-Claims Rate

Editor’s Note: Glenn Krauss is the Regional Director of Enterprise Solutions at ZirMed, a provider of revenue cycle management, medical claims, electronic data interchange, clinical communication, health information & healthcare connectivity. Show More Summary

OPEC deal gives Suez Canal hope for revenue: Fuel for Thought

Despite higher crude prices being a negative on the surface for net importer Egypt, the Arab world’s most populous country hopes OPEC’s move to cut production will actually breathe life into the moribund traffic in its Suez Canal and provide badly needed foreign currency. Show More Summary

The canary in the free speech coal mine

The Wilders trial tests whether political correctness has snuffed thoughtful and honest debate  A safety practice used in the early days of coal mining involved the use of canaries. Since these birds were susceptible to the ill effects of deadly toxic gas exposure before humans, caged canaries brought into the mines were closely monitored as […]

What Could Go Wrong?

Another brilliant idea from Washington DC : In a push to hire minority police officers, the Obama administration is asking the nation’s 18,000 law enforcement agencies to forgive drug use, disregard the criminal records of candidates from “underrepresented communities” and lower standards on written and physical exams. Show More Summary

Snowflakes Unite!

OEMC story: Too funny not to share: Last night my friend got a call at the station. The caller was very distraught that Trump would pick a guy named Mad Dog for Secretary of defense. Dead serious. The officer had to explain that it was a nick name, not his real name. This woman from Hyde Park actually called the police! Lol Anyone have the event number on this call?

Not KING 810??!!

Canceling gigs because of "violent imagery"? A metal band has had its upcoming Chicago show canceled over its “excessive use of guns and violent imagery” on stage.KING 810 was booked to play Thalia Hall on Dec. 18 but the venue’s promoter has told the band he was having a tough time defending the gig in light of Chicago’s gun violence epidemic. Show More Summary

Weekly Australian Health IT Links – 5th December, 2016.

Here are a few I have come across the last week or so.Note: Each link is followed by a title and a few paragraphs. For the full article click on the link above title of the article. Note also that full access to some links may require...Show More Summary

Allscripts Acquires Core Medical Solutions to Extend EHR Footprint in Australia

Allscripts has acquired Core Medical Solutions, an Australian-based healthcare IT software provider to expand its EHR offerings  to support proactive care management for clinicians and consumers of care in Victoria and Western Australia. Show More Summary

Harris Computer Corporation Acquires iMDsoft: 5 Things to Know

Harris Computer Corporation, an arm of the Constellation Software group has acquired iMDsoft, a clinical information system provider for critical, perioperative, and acute care environments. Here are five things to know about the acquisition: 1. MDsoft will be run as an independent business unit within Harris led by Shahar Sery, a seasoned iMDsoft executive, who... Read More

NIH Awards Daktari $1.3M for Portable, HIV Point of Care Diagnostic Platform

The National Institutes of Health’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) has awarded Daktari Diagnostics a $1.3 million, two-year Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant from  to support the development of a point-of-care (POC) HIV viral load (VL) test for use in addressing unmet needs in global health settings. Show More Summary

Yes Health and Solera Health Partner to Provide On-Demand Mobile Diabetes Prevention Tools

Yes Health, an all-mobile program to prevent type 2 diabetes has teamed up with Solera Health, an integrator of chronic disease prevention and management solutions to provide on-demand mobile diabetes prevention tools and resources to millions of eligible health plan members. Show More Summary

The Ethic of Care Is Hard

Whenever any of us at SLA talk about our school, the ethic of care quickly comes to the forefront of what we talk about. At its root, the ethic of care is the idea that we care for our students, not just about them. It is grounded in the work of Nel Noddings, and it’s […]

The Right To Bear Arms And The American Philosophy Of Freedom

Nelson Lund has a very interesting article at Heritage concerning the second amendment.  It’s a very lengthy article, and here is one sample. With respect to arms, however, there was a special problem. The federal government was given almost plenary authority to create a standing army (consisting of full-time paid troops) and to regulate and […]

Which Fundraising Stat Impresses You Most?

In his Friday post, Roger asked: How many donors must we lose before we learn? The Chronicle of Philanthropy reported that initial results from #GivingTuesday show terrific growth. As they put it, the initial “haul” of #GivingTuesday looks to be $168 million, up from the estimated $117 million last year. On the other hand, in an […]

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