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World Wide Exposure | 5 Tips to Alter Your Brand for a Global Audience

“Going Global” is the goal for many businesses, as it signals a huge upswing in sales and revenue, as well as breaching many, many new markets. It is also the beginning of a huge undertaking; mountains of paperwork, many, many meetings, and flyin...
by Business Diary Philippines on Dec 16, 2016

Asbestos ban to be announced by federal government next week

The federal government plans to announce a comprehensive ban on asbestos in Canada next week, CBC News has learned. The country currently allows imports of construction products and automotive parts that contain the toxic fibre, even though Canada no...
by AsbestosHUB on Dec 15, 2016

Love Exposure (2008), una pequeña maravilla de 4 horas

Love exposure es una inmensa historia de y sobre el Amor que no decae a lo largo de sus 4 horas de metraje. Una obra maestra.
by Zinemaníacos on Dec 13, 2016

Canada should stop importing deadly asbestos, labour group says

The Canadian Labour Congress is calling for a ban on asbestos. Exposure to asbestos — a fibrous mineral used in building and construction — is the leading cause of workplace-related death in Canada. Canada stopped exporting asbestos in 2011, and...
by AsbestosHUB on Dec 9, 2016

Nada Surf + Ramírez Exposure - Moon Valencia. Valencia, 23/11/16

Nada Surf ofrecen en su concierto en Valencia una muestra más de su robusta trayectoria y de la actualidad de unos temas que permanecen en la memoria de toda una generación.   A estas alturas, poco nuevo se puede decir de una banda con...
by Alquimia Sonora on Nov 26, 2016

Residual fibre lung burden among patients with pleural mesothelioma who have been occupationally exposed to asbestos

Objectives  To evaluate the lungs asbestos fibres concentration in participants with malignant pleural mesothelioma (MPM) who have been occupationally exposed. Methods  The lung samples were obtained from pleuropneumonectomies or autopsies of 271 m...
by AsbestosHUB on Nov 8, 2016

Asbestos-related cancer costs Canadians billions

A first-ever estimate of the toll of asbestos-related cancers on society pegs the cost of new cases at $1.7-billion per year in Canada, and notes that is likely an under-estimate. The economic burden of lung cancer and mesothelioma from work-related...
by AsbestosHUB on Oct 13, 2016

Mayan document known as Codex of Grolier was finally elucidated

Mayan document known as Code of Grolier received attention when it was exhibited in New York City`s Grolier Club in 1971.Discovered in 1960 in vague circumstances, it was considered a copy from the outset. For decades, the ten pages of paintings and...
by Potent Scientia Est on Oct 11, 2016

2005 (part II) – My Vermont “Homecoming”

For the past several posts, I diverted from my series of “old” images over the past couple weeks to write a couple Fall Foliage – specific posts, and to self-aggrandize with my two eBooks covering Vermont and the Michigan “U.P...
by LightCentric Photography Blog on Aug 28, 2016

Exposure to 9/11 disaster tied to low birthweight, preterm delivery

Infants whose mothers performed rescue or recovery work were 1.9 times more likely to be born preterm in the first couple of years. Read more here: CBC | Health News...
by Celebrity gossip news on Aug 26, 2016

Chicago and back to the UP – (2005; Part I)

Looking back, its hard to believe I have already covered 3 decades, and perhaps more amazing that I am still looking at images from 10 years ago.  2005, in retrospect, seemed like a pretty eventful year of shooting for me.  It definitely ramped up...
by LightCentric Photography Blog on Jul 31, 2016

“Digital” Michigan “UP” Photo Excursion – 2004

In spite of the newly acquired digital SLR camera, aside from a couple “forays” into “birding,” my photography stagnated during the period after 2002.  I needed some motivation to get shooting again.  I was a reader of Moose...
by LightCentric Photography Blog on Jul 24, 2016

A Change in Technology; 2002

During the years after I returned to shooting in earnest, I was heartened by the significant advances in color slide film technology (still the media of choice for nature photographers in the 1990’s).  We were shooting faster ISO ratings (the...
by LightCentric Photography Blog on Jul 17, 2016

Ebbs and Flows; 1998 – 2000

My thinking at the time was that after 1997, it would be some time before I had another year like that.  And, until starting in about 2004, it seemed like that was the pattern.  I went several years without much memorable production.  But still, m...
by LightCentric Photography Blog on Jul 10, 2016

Broadening Horizons; 1997

1997 held “more of the same” (flowers and wildlife locally). But it turned out to be a big year for me (perhaps one of the biggest and certainly a turning-point in my photographic journey).  I made my first “photography-dedicated&#...

Kodachrome and my Nikon Camera – 1996

Kodachrome They give us those nice bright colors They give us the greens of summers Makes you think all the world’s a sunny day I got a Nikon camera I love to take a photograph So mama don’t take my Kodachrome away Paul Simon; 1973 I star...
by LightCentric Photography Blog on Jun 26, 2016

dBadge2 IS Noise Dosimeter by Casella

The dBadge2 is an IS certified, shoulder mounted, wireless noise dosimeter. Read dBadge2 IS Noise Dosimeter by Casella on Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings.
by FacilityBlog on Jun 23, 2016

My “Political Years” – The 1980’s

My “adult” fascination with photography began in 1976-77.  I was just a bit too young to really have embraced the sometimes tumultuous 1970’s – the era of counterculture, the war in Vietnam, “hippies” and some pre...
by LightCentric Photography Blog on Jun 19, 2016

The Early Years – 1978

As I noted in my last blog, I shot in the 1970’s with a couple different “fundamental” SLR cameras; my dad’s all manual (I mean really manual) Asahiflex and a Canon “automatic” TX.  While I made a number of images...
by LightCentric Photography Blog on Jun 11, 2016

Baler at 10:00 PM

Yes, this picture was taken at 10:00 PM. Yes, in the evening! Our photography friend taught use how to do star trail, but I wasn’t able to master it. But at least, I got this shot. Technorati Tags: Baler at 10:00 PM,Night Shot,Long Exposure...
by Pasig Photographer on Jun 9, 2016


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