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17 Dec 18
Hugh Stephens Blog

The Parliamentary Committee undertaking the mandated five year review of Canada’s Copyright Act closed receipt of submissions on December 10 and its hearing of witnesses two days later. The next stage will be for the committee to digest the many submissions and hours of testimony it received and come forward with recommendations for the government […]

17 Dec 18
iMarketology

Content Marketing and SEO are very correlated because useful and relevant content can make your website’s rank on Search Engine Result Pages climbing higher and higher. Useful, attractive, and relevant content in your niche topic can attract more high-quality natural backlinks, in the end, it will make your website’s rank on Search Engine Result Pages […]

17 Dec 18
whotv.com

IOWA — Two-thirds of Iowa’s Republican voters say they would definitely vote to re-elect Trump if the general election were held today, but nearly as many say the state’s party ought to welcome challengers to the President to Iowa’s first-in-the-nation caucuses, according to a new CNN/Des Moines Register/Mediacom poll. The President’s strength among the state’s […]

17 Dec 18
News Archives Uk

Teachers have warned that growing poverty across England is having devastating effects on students, with more and more children starving and unable to afford warm clothes this winter. The results of the National Education Union show a shattering picture of everyday poverty in schools. Teachers say that lack of food, bad housing and inappropriate clothing […]

17 Dec 18
Quills, Pens, and Ink Pots

After two long months of waiting… A year of building up to it…. A year of reading, waiting, hoping… I am proud to present to you the final chapter of Supernova!!!! I almost cried when I wrote this, because I really loved this story, and I’m sad that it’s over. I hope you guys loved […]

17 Dec 18
APERTIF Surveys
17 Dec 18
Drone Tech Aerial Cinematography

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17 Dec 18
Dylan Carlson Sirvent

Added academic pressures stemming from technology push push students to their limits.

17 Dec 18
Jericho's Capstone Project

At Sony customers are our focus point. The company uses this strategy in mind when wanting to get revenue in. Game systems are the number things customers tend to buy from Sony.  Sony has to use this as an advantage point when it comes to retaining their customers. Diffusing to different strategies to get customers […]

17 Dec 18
The Sun
TEACHERS have admitted buying pupils winter coats and one school started its own food bank amid claims of “Dickensian poverty” among schoolchildren. More than half of England’s teachers fear kids will go hungry over Christmas, according to a recent survey. Teachers have revealed the extent of poverty among England’s school kids A poll of 1,026 teachers revealed how austerity is blighting the lives of poorer families – and it’s the children who are suffering, reports the Mirror. One teacher told the paper that children turn up to school in freezing conditions without winter coats. Another said: “Struggling families get food packages, clothing and Christmas presents. We are starting a breakfast for every child.” A third teacher said a boy wore his trousers backwards  – because he didn’t want people to see holes in the knees. Children are turning up to school in freezing conditions without winter coats, a union survey has revealed There were also reports of children sleeping in their uniforms as they don’t have pyjamas, while others turn up to school with holes in their shoes. Dr Mary Bousted, Joint General Secretary of the National Education Union, which carried out the survey, described the findings as a “Dickensian picture of poverty”. According to the survey, more than six out of ten teachers said more families could not afford adequate winter coats or shoes than three years ago. And 40 per cent said schools were handing out extra items for kids. [article-rail-section title=”most read in news” posts_category=”327″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] One teacher reportedly said: “Good shoes are too expensive so students are coming in cheap shoes that last a few weeks at most.” The poll said poverty was also contributing to more absences from school, behavioural issues, lack of concentration and pupils turning up late. North Denes Primary in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, has started its own foodbank after noticing pupils were turning up hungry. We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368 . You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.          
17 Dec 18

AUTHOR American entrepreneur, blogger, author. IMVU then the Lean Startup.   SUMMARY Build-measure-learn and MVP optimisation Startup triangle Kanban model and metrics Pivot/ persevere: types of pivot Validated learning and innovation sandbox   NOTES Book VISION – start, define, learn, experiment. STEER – leap, test, measure, pivot/ persevere. ACCELERATE – batch, grow, adapt, innovate. Key […]

17 Dec 18
APERTIF Surveys
17 Dec 18
The Scottish Sun
TEACHERS have admitted buying pupils winter coats and one school started its own food bank amid claims of “Dickensian poverty” among schoolchildren. More than half of England’s teachers fear kids will go hungry over Christmas, according to a recent survey. Teachers have revealed the extent of poverty among England’s school kids A poll of 1,026 teachers revealed how austerity is blighting the lives of poorer families – and it’s the children who are suffering, reports the Mirror. One teacher told the paper that children turn up to school in freezing conditions without winter coats. Another said: “Struggling families get food packages, clothing and Christmas presents. We are starting a breakfast for every child.” A third teacher said a boy wore his trousers backwards  – because he didn’t want people to see holes in the knees. Children are turning up to school in freezing conditions without winter coats, a union survey has revealed There were also reports of children sleeping in their uniforms as they don’t have pyjamas, while others turn up to school with holes in their shoes. Dr Mary Bousted, Joint General Secretary of the National Education Union, which carried out the survey, described the findings as a “Dickensian picture of poverty”. According to the survey, more than six out of ten teachers said more families could not afford adequate winter coats or shoes than three years ago. And 40 per cent said schools were handing out extra items for kids. [article-rail-section title=”most read in news” posts_category=”141″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] One teacher reportedly said: “Good shoes are too expensive so students are coming in cheap shoes that last a few weeks at most.” The poll said poverty was also contributing to more absences from school, behavioural issues, lack of concentration and pupils turning up late. North Denes Primary in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, has started its own foodbank after noticing pupils were turning up hungry. We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368 . You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.          
17 Dec 18
peoples trust toronto

https://ift.tt/2GlN0Dc December 17, 2018 By Hideyuki Sano TOKYO (Reuters) – Asian share markets started the week on a cautious footing on Monday after weak economic data from China and Europe added to evidence of cooling global growth and reinforced anxiety over the impact of international trade frictions on business and profits. MSCI’s broadest index of […]