Sunday, September 30, 2007

Real Lawyers Have Blogs : Law Blogs, Blawgs, Law Firm Marketing

Real Lawyers Have Blogs : Law Blogs, Blawgs, Law Firm Marketing: "Should small law firms blog? Bill Slawski, Director of Search Marketing at KeyRelevance, has a nice post at Search Engine Land asking 'Should small businesses blog?' Thought it applied to you guys in smaller law firms. If done correctly, Bill points out three benefits of blogging for small law firms. 1. The chance for business owners to hold a conversation with potential clients, and with people who may be interested the services, or goods that the company offers as well as with people who may share similar interests. 2. The opportunity to attract search engine traffic and links to your site. 3. The chance to build a positive reputation on the web."

Friday, September 28, 2007

Boca Raton Museum of Art in Mizner Park

Boca Raton Museum of Art in Mizner Park: "Masters of Latin America : From the Joan and Milton Bagley Collection Over the past three decades, Joan and Milton Bagley have been passionately collecting Latin American art. More than 60 paintings and sculptures, never before exhibited, by many of the most important Latin American artists of the last century, will be on loan from this spectacular collection. Included are works by significant arists from more than ten countries including Carlos Alfonzo, Fernando Botero, Heriberto Calzada, Herman Camargo, Augustin Cardenas, Felipe Casteneda, Elena Climent, Heriberto Cogolio, Antonia Guzman, Ana Mercedes Hoyos, Ignacio Iturria, Heriberto Juarez, Wifredo Lam, Julio Larraz, Alfredo Ramos Martinez, Matta, Guillermo Meza, Chavez Morado, Armando Morales, Jose Sylvia Ordonez, Amelia Pelaez, Diego Rivera, Fernando de Szyszlo, and Francisco Zuniga. "

Felipe Castaneda - Biography - Artistic Gallery

Felipe Castaneda - Biography - Artistic Gallery: "Felipe Castaneda FELIPE CASTANEDA was born on December 16, 1933 in Michoacan, Mexico and he is at the height of his career. He is an internationally renown sculptor and is a man of great sensitivity and enormous talent. His exhibits have been held in the United States, Mexico and Europe. In 1958 he came upon a teacher from an art trade school. The teacher explained the classes that the school offered and Felipe decided that he was going to go to school. He enrolled that same day and took classes in drawing, modeling, carving and constructive drawing. He absorbed knowledge very quickly and was adept at carving and sculpting. In 1962, he married his wife Martha and he began working for the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City. It was at this time that Castaneda became assistant to Francisco Zuniga, world renown sculptor."

Windham Fine Arts

Windham Fine Arts: "Michael P. Rocco has been an elected signature member of the American Watercolor Society for over twenty five years as well as the Philadelphia Watercolor Club; The Allied Artists of America; The Woodmere Art Museum and many other prestigious art organizations. His strikingly realistic technique is grounded in his schooling at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts under renowned artists such as Daniel Garber, John McCoy and Francis Speight, to name a few. His paintings have consistently received honors in juried exhibitions throughout the nation, and over the years he has had more than thirty five one-man shows."

Podium Cafe :: A Cycling Blog

Podium Cafe :: A Cycling Blog

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

comScore Launches New Search Tool in U.K.

comScore Launches New Search Tool in U.K.: "comScore Launches New Search Tool in U.K. LONDON, September 25 /PRNewswire/ -- - qSearch 2.0 is the First Service to Report Search Activity for the U.K. and World comScore (Nasdaq: SCOR), a leader in measuring the digital world, today announced the launch of its new ground-breaking qSearch 2.0 tool in the European market, publishing top-line qSearch data in the U.K. for the first time. qSearch 2.0 also offers the first panoramic worldwide view of online search activity, providing granular, in-depth analysis of the search universe. It encapsulates a broad spectrum of analytics, including:"

Sunday, September 23, 2007

National Do Not Call Registry

National Do Not Call Registry: "REGISTER YOUR HOME OR MOBILE PHONE NUMBER Follow the registration steps below. Click here for detailed registration instructions. 1. Enter up to three phone numbers and your email address. Click Submit. 2. Check for errors. Click Register. 3. Check your email for a message from Open the email and click on the link to complete your registration."

Anvil Bikeworks - Built to hammer on!

Anvil Bikeworks - Built to hammer on!

Friday, September 21, 2007

Ride a bike? You must be rich - Times Online

Ride a bike? You must be rich - Times Online: "From The Times September 21, 2007 Ride a bike? You must be rich Ben Webster, Transport Correspondent The richer people become the further they cycle, according to official figures overturning conventional wisdom that the bicycle is largely a poor man’s mode of transport. The richest fifth of the population cycle on average 2� times as far in a year as the poorest fifth. The Department for Transport’s National Travel Survey indicates that the poorest fifth, despite being five times less likely to have access to a car, are very unlikely to consider cycling as a solution to their transport needs. The London Cycling Campaign said that people on higher incomes tended to be better educated about the health benefits of cycling and more concerned with maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Studies have shown that regular cyclists typically enjoy a level of fitness equivalent to someone 10 years younger, and those cycling regularly beyond their mid-thirties add two years to their life expectancy."

Thursday, September 20, 2007

Landis Must Forfeit Cycling Title - TIME

Landis Must Forfeit Cycling Title - TIME: "(Paris) — Floyd Landis lost his expensive and explosive doping case Thursday when the arbitrators upheld the results of a test that showed the 2006 Tour de France champion used synthetic testosterone to fuel his spectacular comeback victory, The Associated Press has learned."

SES Press Room: Search Engine Strategies San Jose (SES) Announces Record Attendance; Commitment from Sponsors and Exhibitors Swells for 2008

SES Press Room: Search Engine Strategies San Jose (SES) Announces Record Attendance; Commitment from Sponsors and Exhibitors Swells for 2008: "Search Engine Strategies San Jose (SES) Announces Record Attendance; Commitment from Sponsors and Exhibitors Swells for 2008 SAN JOSE, Calif. - August 22, 2007-The Search Engine Strategies (SES) Conference & Expo 2007 today announced it has broken its previous record for attendees and exhibitor involvement, making this year's San Jose show the industry's largest search engine marketing event ever ( SES San Jose's success has already led to the contractual commitment of the majority of the sponsors and exhibitors for SES San Jose 2008, promising to make next year's show even more successful. Each year, marketers from virtually every industry assemble at SES to learn new strategies and tactics for raising their online visibility from search industry experts and leading search engine representatives. This year's show featured keynote addresses from CEO Jim Lanzone and Google's Vice President of Search Products & User Experience, Marissa Mayer. Under the direction of Kevin Ryan, Incisive Media's Vice President of Global Content for the Search Engine Strategies series, SES's recently appointed advisory board will continue to secure high-caliber keynote and session speakers to continue drawing attendees from all corners of the globe."

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Boston Post Road - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Boston Post Road - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: "The Boston Post Road was a system of roads from New York City to Boston, Massachusetts, containing some of the first major highways in the United States. It began as a path to deliver the post using post riders (the first ride to lay out the Upper Post Road starting January 22, 1673), and developed into a wagon, or stage road in later colonial times. During the 19th century, pieces of the road were taken over and improved by turnpike companies. In the 1910s and 1920s, the Lower Post Road alignment (and realignments made to the route) was a National Auto Trail known as the Boston Post Road. Large sections of the various routes are still given the name Boston Post Road, much of it is now U.S. Route 1."

U.S. Route 7 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

U.S. Route 7 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: "Connecticut US 7 in Connecticut (also known as the Ethan Allen Highway) is mostly a surface road but has two short expressway sections in the Norwalk and Danbury areas. US 7 begins in Norwalk with a four-mile expressway to nearly the Wilton town line. There are three exits on this short section, signed as 'The Forty Third Infantry Division Memorial Highway'. Exit 1, just past Interstate 95 (the southern terminus) leads to the Central Norwalk Business District and US 1. Exit 2 leads to Route 123 which extends from US 1 in Norwalk to the New York State line, passing through the town of New Canaan. After Exit 2, the expressway reduces to four lanes from six. Exit 3 leads to Route 15 South. (known as the Merritt Parkway). This interchange was half built and only allows southbound access from the expressway—-northbound access is gained via CT Route 123 at Exit 2. The expressway section ends at Grist Mill Road in Norwalk, about a half mile past Exit 3"

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Media Biz A ‘Heavy’ hitter in online video �

Media Biz A ‘Heavy’ hitter in online video �: "Enter the New York-based offices of Heavy - the digital media company that runs the popular young men’s online video site - and you’d think that the dot-com bust from a few years ago never happened. The two co-founders are wearing jeans. I’m offered Trail Mix while interviewing them. And the offices have not one, but two, arcade games in the lobby (Centipede and the Ms. Pac-Man/Galaga combo if you’re curious). But Heavy is not one of the scores of new Web 2.0 startups that cropped up after the dot-com meltdown and are now preaching that things are different this time around. The company, founded in 1999, survived the Internet bust and is now thriving thanks to a somewhat novel approach that not all online video companies are taking: the company actually is concerned more about selling ads than building a huge audience. “Anyone can start an online video site tomorrow and attract traffic. The tools are there. But you can attract an audience that matters? You need to be able to sell that audience,” said David Carson, one of Heavy’s two co-founders and co-CEOs"

Monday, September 10, 2007

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Photo of Casey Wilcott at Garbanzo - Filthy Ape

Photo of Casey Wilcott at Garbanzo - Filthy Ape: "Photography by Dan Kirchner, GoLiveLife Photography -"

IMBA - International Mountain Bicycling Association

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