Archives for July 2016


As the next phase in its bold national effort to dramatically improve teacher preparation and to help teaching and learning practices evolve for the future, the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation announced that its Woodrow Wilson Academy of Teaching and Learning (WW Academy) has received informal approval from the Commonwealth of … [Read more...]

ZEOP Deploys PeerApp’s UltraBand Content-Delivery and Analytics Solution to Improve Customer Quality of Experience

20 July 2016 - PeerApp, the leading provider of content-rich network solutions for network operators, and ZEOP, the leading broadband operator in Reunion Island, announce the deployment of PeerApp's award-winning, open, content-delivery and analytics solution, UltraBand, to accelerate the delivery of video and web content and improve quality … [Read more...]

Five Ways to Enhance a Home Exterior During National Curb Appeal Month

Federal Way, Wash. - If your home's siding is ready for replacing this year or the entire outside of your home looks a bit "blah," National Curb Appeal Month in August is the time to borrow some successful ideas from builders to enhance your exterior.             "Builders have ways of … [Read more...]

Bloomfield Acupuncture College gets Master’s Degree Approval

 July 20, 2016 Bloomfield, New JerseyBloomfield Acupuncture College gets Master's Degree ApprovalThe practice of wellness and alternative medicine has had a profound impact on healthcare in our society, and in New Jersey for several years.  For so many people unable to find relief through contemporary western medicine, acupuncture … [Read more...]

Short Film Addressing Negative Impact of Social Media Seeks To Be Released Through Kickstarter Support

 How a social media post can turn a man’s life upside downManhattan, New York – July 20, 2016 – Artist/Actor/Director Olan Montgomery launches a campaign seeking community support for his short film project, “Rush Call Clown.” "Think about Kanye West & Kim Kardashian posting an image with all those celebrities … [Read more...]

Brexit puts $7 billion in UK SMB ICT spending at risk

ICT Security and Services-Related spending will remain resilient, says AMI  July 20, 2016 – New York, NY – According to AMI’s Global Market Model (GM), based on extensive annual tracking of UK’s small and medium sized businesses (SMBs), these businesses were projected to spend $61 billion on ICT products and services by … [Read more...]

Using Language To Land A Job

USING LANGUAGE TO LAND THE JOBAs the economy continues to slowly improve and unemployment levels drop, more and more jobseekers are finding the task of getting hired less daunting. Unemployment rates in the United States decreased to 5.40 percent in April of 2015 from 5.50 percent a month earlier. This trend signals a slow yet steadily growing … [Read more...]

Parker & Sons Offers Advice For Hiring a Contractor

When it comes time to have major work done around the house, whether it is a bathroom remodel, a kitchen update or a new HVAC unit installed, most homeowners will depend on a contractor. Hiring a contractor is a complex process. It is an exercise in commitment and trust. Homeowners invite contractors into their home, the very same place they live, … [Read more...]

Global Fuel Cell Industry Posts Slow Down in 2015 as Industry Moves to a More Commercial Footing

New figures released today show a drop in shipments in the global fuel cell industry in 2015. After posting strong year-on-year  growth for the last few years, the industry is moving onto a much more commercial footing, with 2015 being the year of taking stock.Weak oil prices and slow down in investor interest also hampered industry … [Read more...] Adds New, Larger Personalized Baby Blocks

World's largest selection of laser engraved wood blocks commemorate the birth of new children. New, larger sizes make the blocks even more impactful.  (VANCOUVER, WA) July 14, 2016 — today announced that it has expanded its selection of personalized baby blocks, already the largest selection in the world, by … [Read more...]