*Note: The topics listed are provided as a guide and are not rigid sessions or tracks. The Global and Top Fuel 2019 Technical Program Committee will be happy to expand these topics and include new concepts and sessions into the program. Please contact any of the Technical Program Chairs to discuss new and alternative concepts. PROCEEDINGS COORDINATOR
VMworld Call For Papers opened, some tips...
For the past 8 years or so I have presented at VMworld, I think I have submitted sessions for the past 10 years or so. I probably submitted well over 60 sessions, and I mean “WELL OVER”. Many of course which got rejected. Some for which I understood why they were rejected, others for less […]
Why technical foul wasn't called at end of UB's upset loss
“The officials were correct in not calling a technical foul,” the MAC wrote to The News on Wednesday about the Huskies’ 77-75 upset of
What is says in the non-papers
Sat, Sep 21, 2019, 00:10 Sir, – I note that a British government spokesman has described its most recent Brexit documents as “confidential technical non-papers which reflect the ideas the UK has been putting forwards” With admirable wit, if not cunning, in their selection of the prefix, it appears British politicians have invented the non-papers, perhaps with which to conduct non-negotiations, possibly leading to a non-deal…
The easy way to manage your call for papers
PaperCall enables event organizers to easily manage their call for papers and talk submissions, without relying on tools such as Google Forms, WuFoo Forms, and other less than perfect systems.
Why the Arlington ISD's new career and technical center is being called a 'game-changer'
Career program tracks include automotive technology, architectural design, animation, audio and video recording, broadcasting, business and marketing, cosmetology, building construction, culinary/hospitality, fire academy, graphic design, health sciences, horticulture, information technology, law enforcement, photography, precision manufacturing, sports medicine, emergency medical tech and welding.
How papers are reaching out to Millennials |
By the editors of Media Life This article is part of a Media Life series “Reinventing the American Newspaper.” Click here to read other stories in the series Wrong. They just don’t read them as their parents did. They may not be reading them as much in print, but they are reading newspaper websites, social media feeds and mobile apps. A third of adults 18-34 read print papers and 42 percent regularly visit newspaper websites, according to comScore . Papers’ challenge then is…
Infographic: 10 Easy Ways to Promote Your Call For Papers
Facilitating a call for papers can be a challenging experience. Between managing submissions, coordinating with reviewers and selecting the best content for your conference, it’s no wonder event planners often cite this as one of the most difficult parts of putting on an event. All of these tasks, however, take place after your call is…
What to Do if Served Divorce Papers in Arizona
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APL Recognizes Top Inventions, Researchers and Papers
The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) recognized its top inventions, publications and researchers from 2012 in its first spring Technical Achievement Awards ceremony, held May 1 in the Kossiakoff Center on APL's Laurel, Md., campus The Invention of the Year award went to Margaret Lospinuso and her collaborators for a novel technique that creates a compressed DNA-type fingerprint of a binary that represents the…
Survey: 7-in-10 adults read MS papers
Survey: Newspapers are first choice in MS More than seven in 10 Mississippi adults read a printed daily, Sunday or weekly newspaper during an average week according to a new study announced Friday by the Mississippi Press Association and conducted by American Opinion Research of Princeton, NJ "This is equal to 1.5 million consumers, or about half of the entire population," said MPA-MPS President James E…
A Clever Guide for a Non-Technical Entrepreneur
As a Web Entrepreneur (Webpreneur), you can do quite a lot of things to reduce the web development cost. Thus, you are not just at the mercy of the web developer’s knowledge to decide on the efforts required to build your product. When you choose a best web developer for your development, s/he will surely come up with some of the suggestions I have given below to reduce the development efforts, but you can also do your thorough groundwork and ensure that you…
Data Deluge: What the Panama Papers Mean for Business
by Hilary Tuttle | August 1, 2016 at 6:09 am Over the course of a year, an anonymous source working with the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung and the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) funneled 11.5 million private documents from Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca to the press. In April, coordinated coverage from dozens of news outlets unveiled the revelations in these “Panama Papers,” shining a…
What the papers say
Brexit is firmly on the front pages on Tuesday after Theresa May updated MPs on her “Plan B” and Jeremy Corbyn moved to back a second referendum. The Guardian leads with the Prime Minister’s opposition to a so-called “People’s Vote” – and her plan to continue pushing for changes to her original plan in hope of winning MPs over.
Call for Papers: How Is Technology Affecting How You Handle the Bible?
Technology is becoming a bigger and bigger part of everything—including how we handle Scripture. That’s the idea behind Faithlife’s BibleTech Conference this year, and we’re asking you to submit a thoughtful paper or discussion on the topic. About the Conference The 2019 BibleTech Conference is on April 11–12 in Seattle, WA. The conference topic explores …
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Making End-of-Life Decisions: What Are Your Important Papers?
As you face aging and the need to make plans for your future, you face having to make decisions about many aspects of your lives. These legal and health care decisions not only protect you from others making decisions for your care that you do not want, they also protect family and loved ones by giving them guidance in the care that you would like to receive. After completing all the legal paperwork, the next step is to sit down and talk to…
What the Panama Papers Mean for Transparency and ‘Dark Money’
The so-called “Panama Papers” track “dark money” flows globally over nearly four decades. They offer a rare opportunity for the U.K., the U.S. and other countries to check wrongdoings by anonymous firms, say experts.
What to Do When Served With Florida Divorce Papers
March 23, 2015 in Family Law by North Tampa Law Group With the New Year and many Tampa and Wesley Chapel families receiving their tax refund, many Wesley Chapel divorce attorneys are preparing for the seasonal rush of divorce clients. Without fail, in March and April every year our family law practice receives a surge of requests for free divorce consultations. If your spouse files for divorce and you find yourself on the receiving end of divorce papers, here are quick 8 steps…
What Are the Panama Papers?
A law firm’s leaked documents name international politicians, business leaders and celebrities involved in webs of suspicious financial transactions.