The following is satire, yet just as informative as the real stuff. Go ahead, take a look. Here are the keys for each team in tonight's Thursday Night Football game! For a Buccaneer victory: 1. Make sure to hand the ball off early and often to the 2012 version of Doug Martin. 2. Vincent Jackson needs to show up and play to his potential. That is, slightly better than Roddy White but not even close
By Greg Fortier on Sep 18, 2014
Traditional Asian diet also lower cholesterol levels benefiting heart health The prevalence of diabetes is rising dramatically among Asians, with increased consumption of the typical Western diet as one possible cause. Despite having a lower body weight, Asian Americans are more likely than Caucasians to have diabetes. Diabetes is a rapidly growing health challenge among Asians and Pacific Islande
By Debbie Nicholson on Sep 18, 2014
HBO has tossed its hat into the ring of speculation. The speculation being that premium cable channels are considering offering online content without a cable subscription. Not to be outdone in the “Maybe, maybe not” game, HBO followed Showtime in admitting they would be open to the possibility of online-only access. Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes, used 236 words to tell an audience of investors that
By Jordan Lints on Sep 18, 2014
In 2013, Allvoices covered the Clinton Global Initiative American discussion confab in Chicago. A couple months ago in June, Allvoices covered CGI America in Denver, where it will be held again in 2015. Next, Allvoices will be covering CGI's annual three day meeting in New York City, taking place September 21 through 24, where the theme of the gathering of corporate, government and nonprofit leade
By John Michael Spinelli on Sep 18, 2014
Video is getting more personal — literally. Personalized video is gaining traction as marketers and others seek to narrowly target their audiences. A couple of companies that specialize in personalized video recently have been acquired, and more businesses are clamoring to capitalize on personalized video. “Personalized video represents a return to forgotten values where your bank manager knew you
By John Egan on Sep 18, 2014
Science & Tech
Author’s note: This is the third installment of a series on virtual reality. The second installment may be viewed here. The integration of immersive virtual reality with the Internet will provide new tools that enhance the VR illusion of presence elevating cyberspace to the level of alternative reality. Imagine an Internet where all social interaction is based on the power of immersive virtual rea
By John-Thomas Didymus on Sep 17, 2014
For a location with a little of everything, Tenerife in the Canary Islands of Spain is the perfect destination. Whether you want beaches, cities, deserts, forests, mountains or volcanoes, there is something for everyone, and better yet, everything is within a very short distance of each other. Dubbed the “Island of Spring” due to its year-round perfect temperatures, it’s a getaway for any time of
By Anne Sewell on Sep 15, 2014
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By John Egan on Sep 18, 2014
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