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We all know how important a healthy and balanced diet is. However, to achieve this goal, we need to make sure that all our meals are healthy and nutritional day after day. It may sound like an easy deal, but everyone who’s been leading a healthy lifestyle for a while knows that there comes a […]
          Blue Wave watch: 4 ways to track election results and get either ecstatic or furious      Cache   Translate Page      

Saturday Night Live made fun of it. Steve Bannon admitted he’s worried about it. But until the races are over, no one really knows if the 2018 midterm elections will bring a so-called Blue Wave of Democratic victories.

First, a little math: To take back the House, Democrats need to flip at least 23 seats, per CNBC. With all 435 Congressional districts up for reelection tonight, that’s definitely doable. Flipping the Senate is seen as less likely, but with Senate races in the running in key states—Arizona, Texas, and Nevada, in particular–anything’s possible.

If you’re looking to track the election results online without a TV, I’ve rounded up a few options below:

  • PBS NewsHour: Always a good option for cord-cutters. Its election-night coverage will be live-streamed via YouTube and you don’t need one of those pesky cable logins. I’ve also embedded the video below. Find it here.
  • Politico’s Election Results: This infographic is a good resource, with a simple design and updated in real time. Find it here.
  • The New York Times live results maps are a personal favorite. You can find the House map here and the Senate map here.
  • Live Governor Results: Another resource from the Times, which will track the results of the 36 gubernatorial races on the ballots in the 2018 midterms. Find it here.


          Cast your vote for safe staffing in Massachusetts      Cache   Translate Page      

David Wood and Ben Taylor assess the final stretch of the Massachusetts Nurses Association’s campaign to make hospitals stop putting patients’ lives at risk in order to cut costs.

AS THE 2018 midterms began heating up in Massachusetts, lawn signs for the three initiatives on the ballot popped up in front of houses and along roadways across the state. “Nurses say yes on 1” and “Nurses say no on 1” have been among the most common signs displayed this election season.

Question 1 would establish a safe-staffing ratio for nurses in all Massachusetts hospitals. This initiative is modeled on a similar safe staffing law passed in California in 1999.

The Massachusetts Nurses Association (MNA), the union that organizes 23,000 bedside nurses across the state, spearheaded the effort to get the measure on the ballot. The MNA has been lobbying state legislators to implement safe-staffing legislation since at least 1995 — and even gone on strike over the issue.

Nurses have been pushing for safe staffing for one major reason: the systematic understaffing by hospital management in order to cut costs and increase profitability. As a result, nurses report working extended shifts, in some cases as long as 16 or 17 hours, and coming in on their days off to cover holes in the schedule.

Nurses rally in Boston for a safe-staffing ballot measure
Nurses rally in Boston for a safe-staffing ballot measure (Massachusetts Nurses Association | Facebook)

Nurses at Baystate Franklin Medical Center in Greenfield documented hundreds of text messages from hospital administrators asking nurses to come in on their day off to patch these holes in the schedule. After a multiyear struggle involving several strikes, the MNA won safe-staffing language in the contract at BFMC. Statewide, however, the struggle continues.

It should go without saying that asking someone responsible for keeping sick people alive should not be asked to work long past the point of exhaustion. It’s dangerous for nurses and patients — and it should be considered bad for business. Too few nurses means too many patients per nurse. According to the MNA:

For every patient added to a nurse’s workload, the likelihood of a patient surviving cardiac arrest decreases by 5 percent per patient.

For children recovering from basic surgeries, each additional patient assigned to a nurse increased the risk of readmission by a shocking 48 percent.

There is a 20 percent higher risk that a patient will die within 30 days of having general surgery at hospitals that don’t have patient limits.

Every additional patient assigned to an RN is associated with a 7 percent increase in the risk of hospital-acquired pneumonia, a 53 percent increase in respiratory failure, and a 17 percent increase in medical complications.

Short staffing is therefore quite dangerous. And a recent survey of Massachusetts nurses shows that it is getting worse:

Two-thirds, or 65 percent of nurses, said that not having enough time is a major challenge, which was up from 52 percent in last year’s study. Likewise, 61 percent of surveyed nurses said that having to care for too many patients at once is a major challenge, which was up from 54 percent in the previous year. Additionally, 77 percent of the surveyed nurses said Massachusetts RNs are assigned too many patients to care for at one time. Only 18 percent thought RNs are assigned the appropriate number of patients. Zero nurses said RNs could safely be assigned more patients, according to the survey.


THE SOLUTION is obviously to hire more nurses — a remedy that hospital executives strenuously oppose.

Polls show a substantial (and perhaps growing) layer of voters are undecided on Question 1. The apparent split between nurses and the resulting confusing advertisements is often cited as the reason for this dwindling support. This confusion is by design — and reflects the duplicity of the No on Question 1 forces.

The No on 1 campaign has deliberately mimicked the MNA’s Yes on 1 campaign — with similar signage, twitter handles and television ads, knowing full well that deception is their only hope. After all, nurses are the most trusted profession in the U.S. and hospital executives among the least.

Roughly 30 percent of Massachusetts hospitals are non-union. In those workplaces, management has intensified its disinformation campaign in mandatory meetings, in hospital newsletters, and with countless “No on 1” signs and banners adorning their parking lots and buildings.

Harassment by hospital management of vocal Yes on 1 health-care workers, in union and nonunion hospitals alike, has become so intense that the MNA has created an anti-intimidation hotline (413-475-0895) — which according to MNA state board member Donna Stern has been receiving hundreds of calls per week.

No on 1 is outspending Yes on 1 by roughly 80 percent — about $19 million compared to the nurses’ $10.5 million.

While the No team frequently describes itself as a coalition of nurses and community members, about 94 percent of the No team’s funds are coming from the Massachusetts Health and Hospital Association, the trade group representing the interests of the corporate hospital industry, which in Massachusetts generates $28 billion in revenue each year, according to the IRS.

Many of the nurses featured in the No on 1 ads are actually nurse managers — that is, they are not bedside nurses who actually perform the labor impacted by Question 1. Instead, they are administrators, bureaucrats and executives. Their material interests are directly tied to the hospital’s bottom line, and they are not directly subjected to the working conditions that bedside nurses must endure.


THE AMERICAN Nurses Association (ANA) is also part of the No on 1 coalition. They’ve staked out a truly bizarre position: “ANA Massachusetts believes that strict staffing ratios undermines a nurse’s critical thinking and involvement in patient care.”

This is, of course, astoundingly manipulative. It is precisely nurses’ “critical thinking and involvement in patient care” that has produced Question 1, because they know that otherwise, the hospitals will continue to try to save money through understaffing while telling nurses to “do the best you can.”

The MNA was at one time affiliated organizationally with the ANA, but voted to disaffiliate in 2001. Why? Here’s the MNA’s press release explaining its decision back in 2001:

While the MNA is pushing for legislation to regulate nurse-to-patient ratios, the ANA has proposed weak regulations that call upon the industry to develop a patient classification system, with no requirement that the industry adhere to that system. They have also promoted legislation granting the industry the ability to experiment with staffing models that replace nurses with unlicensed personnel, something the nursing community has opposed for years.

But the real kicker that precipitated the split was that the ANA had set up a boss’s union, the United American Nurses, where the “ANA Board of Directors, which is comprised of nurse managers, as well as the ANA executive director, have decision-making power related to the UAN [which] makes those who belong to the national union subject to legal changes by anti-union management attorneys.” The ANA had just enacted policy aimed at forcing affiliates like the MNA to join this union and abide by its decisions. The MNA membership wasn’t having any of it.

So don’t believe the hype: Actual nurses say “vote yes on 1,” and hospital administrators say “vote no on 1.”


IF WE are to believe the alarmist reports from the hospital industry, Question 1 will require hiring an additional 5,911 nurses statewide and cost more than $1 billion annually.

While this is a startling admission from the bosses about just how much they’ve been structurally understaffing our hospitals, it’s also an egregious distortion designed to frighten voters. A Boston College study pegged the cost of implementing Question 1 at $47 million, a mere fraction of what the Chicken Littles of the hospital board room would have us believe.

The reason hospital administrators are opposed to Question 1 is obvious, and it has absolutely nothing to do with “a nurse’s critical thinking and involvement in patient care” and everything to do with maximizing profits.

The MNA has been filing safe staffing bills with the Democratic Party-dominated state legislature since 1995, where the bill sat and died each year.

It’s no surprise why. The majority of hospitals in Massachusetts, which receive at least 60 percent of their funding from public sources, spend huge sums to defeat such bills. For example, Partners HealthCare, the largest employer in Massachusetts, last year became the state’s largest corporate spender on lobbying firms.

The dynamic of bipartisan opposition to safe staffing largely continues in the current fight around Question 1. While politicians like Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren have endorsed Yes on 1, the industry-funded opposition campaign, rallying under the Orwellian slogan “The Coalition to Protect Patient Safety,” is being led by the Dewey Square Group, a powerhouse Democratic Party consulting firm.

So after years of coming up short at the state legislature, the MNA shifted its strategy to a ballot initiative, a stark admission of how effective corporations are at blocking progressive legislation.


TWENTY-FOUR STATES allow the direct participation of the electorate in the making of their own laws through ballot initiatives. Twenty-four states in the U.S. allow citizens this power, and an additional two permit citizens to veto existing laws through the ballot.

The experience in struggling directly for a reform is qualitatively different than passively hoping that elected officials will “do what’s right.” Ballot initiatives force people to think politically about what kind of world they want to live in — and force politicians to actually engage with the popular will.

And in the case of Question 1, despite the hospitals’ attempts to monopolize the debate (especially inside the workplace), nurses across the state have been able to engage in the process of deciding how their floors should be organized, a right normally reserved as the sacred realm of hospital management.

The recent history of marijuana legalization in Massachusetts demonstrates the potential of ballot measures. Despite decades of Democratic Party dominance on Beacon Hill, medical and recreational marijuana languished in the state house. It was only through ballot initiatives — decriminalization in 2008, legalization of medical marijuana in 2012, and legalization of recreational use in 2016 — that legalization was finally won.

Voters forced the hand of reluctant lawmakers and in the process transformed the political terrain. A key pillar of the racist “war on drugs” has been shattered in Massachusetts, laying the basis for struggles that push farther.

Approaching politicians to request reforms has historically proven to be an ineffective way to win change. However, by appealing to the broad public and involving nurses in a campaign to directly demand reforms, the MNA has shown how it’s possible to shift the terrain around reform struggles in our favor — and in the process advance the battle for democracy.

The nurses, understanding the power of solidarity and seeing the fight of the oppressed as a health care issue, have also endorsed Yes on Question 3, which asks voters whether they oppose repealing a law prohibiting discrimination of transgender people in public spaces.

Other labor leaders who support Yes on 1 — such as former Massachusetts Teachers Association President Barbara Madeloni and former national deputy director of SEIU’s health care division Jane McAlevey — have connected the fight for Yes on 1 to the women’s movement, writing:

In the past 12 months, a movement originally concerned with sexual abuse has become a broader movement for gender equity. The #MeToo movement calls for women to be heard and taken seriously not only when they speak out on sexual abuse but also when they speak out on other issues.

On Question 1, women who do the hands-on work in hospitals have amassed a formidable body of real-world experience, of longitudinal studies, of extensively researched data on the benefits of safe patent limits. The opinions of the organization representing 70 percent of all registered nurses in this state are strong, but the evidence that backs them is stronger still. The Massachusetts Nurses Association, like the Massachusetts Teachers Association, is one of the largest organizations of women in the state. They have spent years coming together in meetings all across Massachusetts to write this ballot question. They know what they are doing, day in and day out, in the hospitals, and they know what they are talking about in this crucial policy debate. Are we going to listen to them?”

Make no mistake: getting Question 1 passed is only the next of several steps in this struggle. Hospital administrators have threatened layoffs of auxiliary personnel and closures of community hospitals if this ballot initiative is approved, and they will blame their economic violence on the nurses. This will have to be fought with subsequent mobilizations.

Organizing solidarity with the nurses — at the polls, on picket lines and with co-workers and friends — will be essential, whatever the outcome of the November 6 vote.

Every time administrators complain about hiring enough nurses to safely staff their hospitals, we should counter with the idea that health care is a right and that the profit motive should not endanger patients’ lives. After all, we are all of us eventually patients, too.


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Even though the U.S. is experiencing a surge of early voting ahead of the midterms, turnout in major elections still trails other developed countries.
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Car parts expert surveys off-roaders on their recommended spots

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          Stress management in the work place [infographic]      Cache   Translate Page      

Employees in the modern work force are faced with obstacles every day that prompt stress. These work-related stressors can lead to different kinds of strains that affect both the health and the well-being of the employee and the organization. Various types of stress management interventions, guided by organizational development and work stress frameworks, may be […]

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          The Heart-Head-Hands Approach to Building Inclusive Classrooms (infographic)      Cache   Translate Page      

Increasingly, teachers are being asked to adopt their classrooms to include students with a wide backgrounds and capabilities. The placement of students with diverse abilities in a regular school does not guarantee high-quality education, though. In order to help teachers build an inclusive classroom we have created this guide using the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education.

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          Thrifty Thinking: Spend Your FSA Money Before It's too Late      Cache   Translate Page      

The end of the year is fast approaching, and we're all getting caught up in family celebrations and traditions. But between planning out Thanksgiving at Grandma's and working on your holiday shopping list, there's money set aside for you that you might have forgotten about: your FSA account. The pros at DME Supply USA are here to help you understand what this account is and how to use it before you lose it. 
What Is FSA?
"FSA" stands for "flexible spending account," and it's often included as part of a health plan that you sign up for with your job. You can make contributions to this account out of your paycheck, and you won't have to pay taxes on the money. Many employers also contribute to employee FSAs, but it’s not required by law. The idea is that you can use the tax-free money you've saved in the account throughout the year on medical and dental expenses that aren't covered by insurance, including copays, prescription medications, and even some over-the-counter (OTC) items.
One of the potential drawbacks of having an FSA is that the money typically needs to be used by the end of the health plan year. Your employer may allow you to carry up to $500 over to the next year or to provide a "grace period" of up to 2.5 months for you to use the money, but it's not required.
How Can I Spend My Money?
Before you worry too much, check your health insurance plan to see how much money you have in your FSA and when your plan year ends; most health care plans coincide with the calendar year, but not all do. Then find out what your options are if there is a lot of money in the account – can you carry any over or will you lose it all?
In many cases, you will want to spend your FSA money before the end of the year. There are a lot of options open to you, besides trying to fit in all of those dentist appointments for the kids or last-minute doctor visits. Check out this helpful infographic, and read on for more suggestions for things you can spend your money on.

FSA Do's and Don'ts
Other ways to spend your money:
  • Bandages and first aid kits
  • Prescription glasses and reading glasses
  • Chiropractor visits
  • LASIK eye surgery
  • Insulin
  • Childbirth classes
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This is the last guide you’ll ever need to learn your way around Snapchat and start ruling the platform.  No leaf unturned. Table of Contents Introduction:  Why Snapchat Is Way More Important Than You Think + Infographic Chapter 1: How To Use Snapchat (& Start Creating Content) 1.1…..Glossary of Snapchat Terminology 1.2…..Creating An Account 1.3…..Navigation Within ... [Read more...]

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          MSNBC “Mistakenly” Shows Results Of Florida Governor Race One Day Early      Cache   Translate Page      
by Tyler Durden ZeroHedge.com Tue, 11/06/2018 MSNBC’s Chris Hayes had egg on his face Monday evening after an infographic aired a full day before the election showing Democrat Andrew Gillum prevailing over GOP rival Ron DeSantis by more than 45,000 votes with 99% of the votes counted, as first reported by Deadline Hollywood. Hayes told […]
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          Apple News app to offer live election coverage on Tuesday night      Cache   Translate Page      
If you were on the fence as to how best to follow election coverage Tuesday night, Apple might have you covered. On November 6th Apple is replacing the 2018 Midterm Elections channel in the News app with Election Night. The updated channel will offer real time updates, news, infographics, and election results. The switch will […]
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What Could You Buy Instead Of The Most Expensive Cars In The World
It should come as no secret that everyone wants to be rich. With this, there often comes a point where the essentials are already accounted for and further disposable income becomes funding for material things. One common trend with many wealthy people is the obsession with expensive supercars, regardless of their practicality or longevity. Many of these individuals would likely rather buy a new supercar instead of getting a simple alloy wheel repair.

This fun infographic shows just how else you could spend the money you would use on some supercars, you may find the ideas very influential on your future spending.

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The State of .Net Development in 2018
.Net is a popular software framework created by Microsoft more than 20 years ago. Provider of dedicated .net developers and teams with .net programmers, Mobilunity, prepared for you an infographic about this framework, which will show you the interesting facts about .Net development, including:

          Stress management in the work place [infographic]      Cache   Translate Page      

Employees in the modern work force are faced with obstacles every day that prompt stress. These work-related stressors can lead to different kinds of strains that affect both the health and the well-being of the employee and the organization. Various types of stress management interventions, guided by organizational development and work stress frameworks, may be […]

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Increasingly, teachers are being asked to adopt their classrooms to include students with a wide backgrounds and capabilities. The placement of students with diverse abilities in a regular school does not guarantee high-quality education, though. In order to help teachers build an inclusive classroom we have created this guide using the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education.

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As a blogger, you will no doubt have heard about the fuss that people have been making in about cryptocurrencies and the blockchain. In this article, we are not going…

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          ELECTION DAY! Wonkagenda For Tues., Nov. 6, 2018      Cache   Translate Page      


Morning Wonketariat! Here's some of the things we may be talking about today.


Dear Crom, it's Election Day and we've been chugging coffee since 3:00 AM! The New York Times has a good infographic on when polls open and close, as well as some of the most important races to watch. The National Weather Service is warning people in the Midwest and the Southern East Coast to prepare for nasty storms, so plan accordingly! Crappy weather historically depresses voter turnout, so grab your coat and your wellies, carpool with your neighbors and roommates, or just take the damn bus! Get your ass to the polls!

Trump's bolted around the country to scare the piss out of his base of elderly and/or non-college educated white people. In a last ditch effort to grab women voters by the pussy, Trump brought in Ivanka, Kellyanne Conway, and Sarah Huckabee Sanders to talk about being moms and hopefully close his gigantic gender gap. This could be a problem as Trump's been calling "the accuser" of Justice Rapey McPrivilege a goddamn liar, adding that the accusations against Justice Privileges were a "fake" and a "scam." Real classy!

In an interview with Sinclair Broadcasting, Trump acknowledged that he's been a complete asshole, but then he went and did a rally with Sean Hannity, Jeanine Pirro, and Rush Limbaugh to complain about the Mexican Muslim taco truck invasion, and lie through his teeth Democratic candidates.

Here's a nice photo essay about what the last few days of campaigning has looked like across the country.

The Trump administration wants SCOTUS to decide whether or not Trump has to give DACA kids a slice of the American Dream, filing three petitions from three appeals courts that seek rulings on whether or not federal courts have jurisdiction in allowing taco trucks on every corner.

SCOTUS has declined to hear a challenge by the Trump administration to overturn a lower court ruling that upheld Obama-era net neutrality rules. Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Rapey McPrivilege had to recuse themselves, leaving only Justices Thomas, Alito and Gorsuch to bitch and moan into the ethernet cables. The decision is a minor win for us proles, but a crucial step towards saving the interwebs from the clutches of Ma Bell.

FCC Chairman and piece of shit Ajit Pai wants telecom companies to stop all those obnoxious spoofed robocalls. In May, Pai took the unusual step of demanding his corporate overlords develop a system to authenticate phone calls, but Democratic FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel says we could be doing even more by mandating telecoms put a system in place by 2019, like Canada.

A federal judge in North Carolina says the Interior Department doesn't have the authority to lift a ban on killing endangered red wolves just because a couple of rednecks got pissy and started a slaughter lobby. The judge put the US Fish and Wildlife Service on blast by reminding the service of its own statement, "Wildlife are not the property of landowners but belong to the public and are managed by state and federal governments for the public good."

Gabe Sherman gossips that Trump's minions are really worried Robert Mueller has a target on DJTJ. At Hope Hicks's 30th birthday (sans Rob Porter -- GOOD!), numerous Trumps fondly recalled the "the old times," and wondered what the hell happened to Rudy Giuliani. Over on Pennsylvania Ave., Trump's minions are scrambling to figure how to deal with a Democratic House that's ready to start launching investigations on Day One.

US Border Patrol has decided that Election Day is the best day for a crowd control exercise in El Paso, Texas -- the homebase of Democratic Senate candidate Beto O'Rourke -- right by the polling place in the heavily Hispanic Chihuahuita neighborhood. This must be what Ted Cruz got in exchange for giving Trump a rimjob.

Assuming Democrats can take control of the House, the fight for leadership could come down to the Congressional Black Caucus. Candidates might rail about supporting Nancy Pelosi on the campaign trail, but congressional insiders are bracing for a cloakroom slobberknocker between Rep. Hakeem Jeffries and Rep. Jim Clyburn.

It's looking like Georgia's gubernatorial race may come down to a runoff between Democrat Stacey Abrams and Republican Brian Kemp. If no candidate gets more than 50 percent tonight, candidates have to spend MORE money to convince voters to drag their asses back to the polls on December 5th and vote again after the Independent spoiler is booted off the ballot.

Illinois senators Tammy Duckworth and Dick Durbin are calling on the state's public health director Nirav Shah to resign following revelations that the administration of Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner attempted to hide a 2015 outbreak of Legionnaires' disease at veterans homes. According to records obtained by Chicago NPR affiliate WBEZ, top Rauner aides withheld vital information about the extent of the health crisis from the media and state lawmakers so as to minimize bad press and obfuscate the deaths.

Iowa Republican Rep and white supremacist Steve King is doubling down on his anti-gay and pro-Nazi bullshit, criticizing the NRCC for supporting a gay candidate in California -- even though there are no gay Republican candidates running in California! Last night King was caught hanging out with the one of the writers of Nazi blog, American Renaissance.

Maine's jerkoff Republican Gov. Paul LePage says he's "done with politics" and is moving to Florida "for tax reasons." He says he may get a job teaching for a university, and that he doesn't plan on paying any income tax.

Fun Fact: Maine will be the first state to use ranked-choice voting for its House and Senate races this year! Nerdy political scientists think it's a way we could help rebalance our elections so they're actually more democratic. San Francisco used ranked-choice earlier this year, and it (eventually) turned out all right. [RadioLab Podcast] [Vox 'Splainer]

Iran is claiming the Israelis have created a new version of the Stuxnet malware that was trying to "harm the country's communication infrastructures." The original Stuxnet, created during the Bush 43 administration, shut down Iran's uranium enrichment program.

The US involvement in the JCPOA is dead after the Trump administration officially imposed the "toughest ever" sanctions on Iran -- though it did grant waivers to China, India, Italy, Greece, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and Turkey to continue buying oil from Teheran, a move the Iranians called "a great victory." In a televised address, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the US is acting unfairly, and that Iran "will probably break the sanctions."

Nazi Twitter-clone "Gab" is back online. Robert Monster (not a joke!), CEO of web hosting site Epik, posted a rambling dog and pony screed about freedumbs, and censorship, and the First Amendment.

Last night Facebook said it pulled down 30 accounts and 85 Instagram accounts "that may have been engaged in coordinated inauthentic behavior" (AKA: election fuckery). Facebook says some of the accounts were "focused on celebrities, others political debate," but it didn't offer any more details. Reuters cites a since deleted passage that noted a tip from the FBI spurred Facebook to wield its ban hammer. Coincidentally, the DHS, DOJ, DNI, and FBI all issued a joint statement yesterday warning that foreign governments, trolls and basement dwelling douche nozzles are still trying to spread santorum-filled propaganda ahead of today's election. Mind you, this is in addition to Jeff Sessions ordering the DOJ's Civil Right Division to monitor 35 jurisdictions in 19 states for good ol' fashioned voter fuckery.

Some science bozos have spotted a UFO in space. NO REALLY! This thing was just cruising through space when suddenly it started picking up speed. It's probably just Charlie Brown's Halloween rock showing up fashionably late.

Samantha Bee is not just reminding everyone to FUCKING VOTE today, she's reminding everyone to vote for the local races! After all, it's the undercard races that can stop gentrification, fix your potholes, or open more polling places!

According to People Magazine, Idris Elba is the Sexiest Man Alive. In an interview, the 46-year-old advised people to "adopt the philosophy that tomorrow is not promised so just go for it today, man."

Not just the women, but the men too!

And here's your morning Nice Time! A BABY KOALA!

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          The Science Behind Kissing (Why Do We Kiss)      Cache   Translate Page      
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Who do human beings kiss? What makes you want to kiss somebody? What is the scientific explanation behind kissing? We all remember that first kiss. A person who made us feel special, the butterflies in our stomach as we lean forward to touch lips and share a moment of intimacy. This human ritual of touching lips and kissing has been around for generations, and it has different meanings depending on the culture and context. Everything from love, passion, romance, to attraction. But we also share 80 million bacteria when we kiss each other! Wow, that’s quite an exchange for a moment of passion. So what’s it all about? That’s what we’ll be looking at in this episode of The Infographics Show: Why Do People Kiss? SUBSCRIBE TO US -► http://bit.ly/TheInfographicsShow -------------------------------------------------------------------------- WEBSITE (SUGGEST A TOPIC): http://theinfographicsshow.com SUPPORT US: Patreon.......► https://www.patreon.com/theinfographicsshow SOCIAL: Twitter........► https://twitter.com/TheInfoShow Subreddit...► http://reddit.com/r/TheInfographicsShow -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sources for this episode: https://pastebin.com/8mYhb4xF
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          IFF Q3 2018 Performance Infographic      Cache   Translate Page      
“In 1958, van Ameringen-Haebler announced that it would merge with Polak & Schwarz N.V. to create International Flavors & Fragrances Inc. In the sixty years since that historic announcement, IFF has changed significantly, increasing its net sales from $32 million in 1959 to $3.4 billion in 2017,” said IFF Chairman and CEO Andreas Fibig. “IFF has also expanded geographically, grown its portfolio of offerings and deepened its commitment to corporate social responsibility.”

“We are now embarking on the next major chapter of IFF’s history, following the completion of the Frutarom transaction in early October. We believe that our combination with Frutarom, the largest transaction of its kind in our industry, is fundamentally going to expand our customer and employee base and product offerings. We will have greater exposure to fast-growing customers, broader access to attractive adjacencies and a differentiated portfolio with an increased focus on naturals and health and wellness as well as more comprehensive solutions. We believe this will translate into accelerated financial performance as a combined company, with robust top and bottom-line growth, leading to strong returns for our shareholders.

 “With all this change comes the bittersweet realization that the third quarter 2018 was our final as legacy IFF. I’m pleased to say we continued to deliver strong results to our shareholders. Against a very strong year-ago performance, top-line trends remained solid – growing 4%. Performance was broad-based – led by new wins and pricing to compensate rising raw material costs – with both business units contributing to results. Bottom-line performance was also strong, as we achieved a double-digit currency neutral adjusted EPS growth. Looking forward, we are excited about the prospects of this historic combination of two world-class companies, entering a new chapter of profitable growth and shareholder value creation.”

Full press release at ir.iff.com

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          Professional Invoice Design: 14 Samples & Templates to Inspire You      Cache   Translate Page      

Invoices and infographics may seem like two entirely different business materials, but they actually have one key thing in common: they both exist to convey information.

However, while infographics are known for employing colorful designs and data visualizations, invoices are typically pretty straightforward.


           [Infographics] Ô nhiễm không khí khiến 7 triệu người chết mỗi năm       Cache   Translate Page      
Mỗi năm, trên thế giới có khoảng 7 triệu người tử vong do các bệnh liên quan tới ô nhiễm không khí như các bệnh về tim, phổi và đột quỵ./.
          How Panera Bread Reduces Payroll Cycle Time and Processing Costs      Cache   Translate Page      
Complex systems and costly integrations made it impossible for the company to keep up with its rapid growth or gain valuable insights into global labor expenses. See the infographic to learn why unifying HR, payroll, time tracking, and absence management in a single system allows Panera to use one consistent, flexible, and scalable system across the U.S. and Canada.

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          دانلود آموزش موشن گرافیک صفر تا صد Learn Motion Graphics in 3 hours      Cache   Translate Page      

آموزش موشن گرافیک صفر تا صد Earn More as a Designer – Learn Motion Graphics in 3 hours محصول شرکت Skill Share کد محصول: 1425495098 مدرس: Daniel Scott زمان: 5 ساعت و 8 دقیقه سطح: مقدماتی زبان: انگلیسی زیرنویس انگلیسی: ندارد فایل تمرین: دارد آشنایی با مهارت های Infographics, Animation, Motion Graphics, 3d Animation,Communication, Filmmaking, […]

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          Infographic: 8 Graphic Design Trends That Could Continue To Dominate In 2019      Cache   Translate Page      


As the end of 2018 draws near, the graphic design community gets ready to forecast the fresh wave of trends that could dominate in 2019.

Free professional infographic maker Venngage has returned with its 2019 predictions comprising eight graphic design trends that could remain in the lead next year.

This compilation is backed by a list of examples from brands such as Apple, Spotify, adidas, Samsung, Nike, BBC Two, Stripe, Adobe’s 99U, and more.

Check out its infographic below and browse through its examples supporting each trend here.

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          Где в Москве продают самые дешевые машины?      Cache   Translate Page      


Яндекс прекрасное исследование провёл.

Разница средних цен на автомобили в разных районах Москвы достигает почти 750 000 рублей, а лидерство в рейтинге самых продаваемых машин в разных округах столицы принадлежит всего двум маркам! Рассказываем о результатах исследования Авто.ру.


За основу для анализа мы взяли объявления частников, предположив, что владельцы продают машины в районах, где они живут. Самые дорогие машины (ожидаемо) — в центральной части Москвы. Средняя цена выше всего в районе Арбата, Якиманки и в Хамовниках — здесь за автомобиль просят в среднем 1 135 000 — 1 182 000 рублей. А самые дешёвые автомобили в ЦАО надо искать в Таганском районе, где средний ценник колеблется вокруг отметки в 808 000 рублей.

В среднем дороже миллиона стоят машины и на западе Москвы: в Раменках, Дорогомилово и в Крылатском. Cамые низкие цены — на востоке. Например, в Марфино средняя цена выставленных на продажу автомобилей составляет 440 000 рублей.




Среди марок лидирует Volkswagen: немецкий бренд во всех округах входит в первую тройку, а в пяти из них (ВАО, СВАО, СЗАО, ЮВАО, ЮАО) возглавляет рейтинг. На втором месте — Mercedes-Benz, который уверенно лидирует в ЦАО, ЗАО, САО и ЮЗАО. Чуть менее популярна марка BMW: в пяти округах марка заняла 2 место, и в одном — третье. Также в рейтинг самых продаваемых марок попали KIA, Hyundai, Ford и Toyota.

А вот российский автопром в Москве не слишком популярен — только марка LADA смогла попасть топ-3 самых продаваемых машин и только в одном округе — Юго-Восточном.


Всегда подозревал, что с Выхино чего то не так.

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Движение транспорта по улице Ильинка в центре Москвы перекроют 7 ноября из-за марша на Красной площади в честь годовщины парада 1941 года. Об этом 6 ноября информирует столичный Центр организации дорожного движения (ЦОДД).


          The history of manned space flight [infographic]      Cache   Translate Page      

The Soviet Union launched the first man-made satellite, Sputnik, into space in October 1957, initiating the scientific rivalry between the USSR and the United States at the height of the Cold War. In the subsequent decades, the Soviet and American space programs traded milestones as they each embarked upon manned space flight and the exploration of space.

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          The Short History of Website Building [Infographic]      Cache   Translate Page      

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Website design has come a long way in a relatively short time. From zeros and ones to lines of code to intuitive website builders, designing for the web has become more accessible. But how did it all evolve? From significant …


          Virtual Creative Writer      Cache   Translate Page      
A full-service digital marketing firm is in need of a Virtual Creative Writer. Candidates will be responsible for the following: Writing a variety of content mediums like blogs, email campaigns, or infographics Communicating with enthusiasm and emotion Persuading readers to care about the topic Applicants must meet the following qualifications: Strong writing and proofreading skills Refusal to submit boring average work Strong commitment to deadlines and communication Ability to understand assignments and deliver on expectations Ability to communicate complicated ideas succinctly Commitment to producing quality work with heart
          Developer Ecosystem Survey 2018: Raw Data Available      Cache   Translate Page      
Early this year, we ran our second yearly Developer Ecosystem Survey to reveal the most significant facts about developers and technologies. Since this June, we’ve been sharing these Infographics showcasing the most interesting results and insights from an even broader … Continue reading
          Stress management in the work place [infographic]      Cache   Translate Page      

Employees in the modern work force are faced with obstacles every day that prompt stress. These work-related stressors can lead to different kinds of strains that affect both the health and the well-being of the employee and the organization. Various types of stress management interventions, guided by organizational development and work stress frameworks, may be […]

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          Medicinal Teas And Their Beneficial Qualities Infographic      Cache   Translate Page      
From white tea to chamomile, the variety of this popular beverage allows everyone to find something to their taste. And they are amazing for your health as well. Different kinds of tea have shown their ability to reduce the risk of developing heart disease and diabetes, promote healthy weight loss, help to focus or relive […]
          Education On the Ballot: 2018 Midterms      Cache   Translate Page      
Unless you’ve just woken up from a fairly long coma, you know that the midterm elections are Tuesday, November 6th. The midterm elections always experience a lower voter turnout than years when the presidency is up for grabs, but crucial elections are happening tomorrow, especially with regards to the future of education, all across the country. News coverage is focusing extensively on whether Republicans will retain control of Congress, continuing the national narrative of Red vs. Blue, but that’s not the whole story. As Erik Robelen points out in his article Education and the 2018 Elections, “To be sure, if Democrats gain a majority in the House, as some predict, that would change the political dynamics over federal policy and funding on education, and Congress’ oversight of the U.S. Department of Education. But so many key decisions on education are made at the state and local levels. Thirty-six governors’ seats are in play this November, including for the nation’s five most populous states: California, Texas, Florida, New York, and Pennsylvania.” If you click on the helpful infographic from Education Commissions of the States above, it points out how many of the governors seeking election will appoint state education leaders. But it’s […]
          AT&T: Winning the Connected Car market in the USA      Cache   Translate Page      

AT&T has trumpeted their connected car achievements in a recent news article on their website. Their main achievements:

  • Added more than 2 million cars in Q3 2018
  • Bringing the total number of connected cars to nearly 24 million
  • Connect more than 3 million fleet vehicles
  • Relationships with 29 top global brands 
  • Over a million customers on unlimited data plans where they can convert their connected cars into Wi-Fi hotspots
  • Since the introduction of unlimited plans in 2017, subscribers have used 45 million Gigabytes (GB) or 45 Petabytes (PB) of data
  • AT&T global SIM provides IoT connectivity across 500 carriers and 200+ countries and territories. 
  • AT&T connects cars in 57 countries, including 12 where infotainment is enabled through Wi-Fi hotspots.

According to Fierce Wireless:

A number of those automotive companies physically install an AT&T LTE modem into their cars, thus giving customers an option to pay AT&T $20 per month (or $10 per month for existing customers) in order to create a bubble of Wi-Fi connectivity using AT&T’s LTE network for backhaul. (AT&T said it may slow network speeds for customers who use more than 22 GB per month.)

For those motorists who don’t have a car equipped with an AT&T modem, the company recently introduced the Harman “Spark” device that plugs into the on-board diagnostics port (OBD II) in most vehicles built after 1996 and provides Wi-Fi connections alongside vehicle diagnostics and security. (AT&T’s Spark arrived on the market years after Verizon launched its similar Hum device and T-Mobile began selling its SyncUp Drive device.)

In addition to the above achievements, AT&T are very active in V2X standardisation and implementation. Here is what they say:

We’re serving in leadership positions across the industry, joining with other tech leaders to resolve key standards issues. This includes 5GAA, a cross-industry association between the cellular and automotive industries, the Automotive Edge Computing Consortium  of automotive, information technology, telecommunications, and cloud computing sectors, and the Auto-ISAC for automotive cybersecurity information sharing.

We expect vehicle-to-anything (V2X) connectivity technologies will help driverless vehicles to make virtually real-time decisions based on information that goes beyond the individual sensors onboard the vehicle itself.

Vehicles will be able to “see” around corners, in front and behind other vehicles – and at greater distances. This will eventually allow vehicles to quickly make sense of their surrounding environment as well as road ahead to help guide safe and efficient operations on the road.

For self-driving cars to interoperate with their environment and surrounding areas, it will be critical to have connectivity between vehicles, roadside units, pedestrians, and other infrastructure elements while navigating the roadways. Data analysis and decision capabilities will be largely processed onboard the vehicle utilizing various data sources from the vehicles and the surrounding intelligent transportation system.

But one of the most exciting aspects of automated vehicles is their ability to learn from other vehicles’ driving experiences in ways that human drivers simply cannot. This is where our 5G network comes into play. 5G will eventually allow for the necessary distribution of processed data to meet and exceed the needs of the automated vehicle.

The algorithms that govern AV operation can be continually improved as automated vehicles encounter new driving situations. For those improvements to be made, data must be collected, analyzed, and synthesized into improved algorithms to then be distributed to other vehicles. 5G will ultimately help create faster and more efficient exchange of this data, allowing these automated vehicles to distribute and receive data and function even better.

5G multi-gigabit speeds, distributed edge networks, and low latency services can help these capabilities to become a reality in years to come.

And self-driving cars and 5G will ultimately usher new opportunities for in-vehicle entertainment and engagement when drivers have more time on their hands.

          Infographic Of The Day: The Evolution Of 8 Objects Americans Use Every Day       Cache   Translate Page      

Every time Apple reveals the next model of its iPhone, the internet lights up with the opinions of ardent fans and the inevitable naysayers. But behind the nitty-gritty of the latest upgrade is the story of decades of evolution. Today's devices look nothing like the most common telephones of one hundred years ago.

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Every time Apple reveals the next model of its iPhone, the internet lights up with the opinions of ardent fans and the inevitable naysayers. But behind the nitty-gritty of the latest upgrade is the story of decades of evolution. Today's devices look nothing like the most common telephones of one hundred years ago.

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          Social Work Care Manager      Cache   Translate Page      
Posted on: 2018-11-07

You.

 

You bring your body, mind, heart and spirit to your work as a Social Work Care Manager.

 

Your compassion is tangible: whether your patient is 18 or 85, they feel it in the hand they hold. Families feel it in your prayers. Colleagues feel it in your support.

 

Youre equally comfortable with integrated case management, working independently, and working with an interdisciplinary team.

 

Youre great at what you do, but you want to be part of something even greater. Because you believe that while individuals can be strong, the right team is invincible.

 

Us.

 

Good Samaritan Medical Center is part of SCL Health, a faith-based, nonprofit healthcare organization that focuses on person-centered care. At our 234-bed community hospital, our mission is to bring health and hope to the poor, the vulnerable, our communities and each other. Were especially proud of our people, who helped make us one of Americas 100 Best Hospitals according to Healthgrades.

 

Benefits are one of the ways we encourage health for you and your family. Our generous package includes medical, dental and vision coverage. But health is more than a well-working body: it encompasses body, mind and social well-being. To that end, weve launched a Healthy Living program to address your holistic health. Healthy Living includes financial incentives, digital tools, tobacco cessation, classes, counseling and paid time off. We also offer financial wellness tools and retirement planning.

 

We.

 

Together well align mission and careers, values and workplace. Well encourage joy and take pride in our integrity.

 

Well laugh at each others jokes (even the bad ones). Well hello and high five. Well celebrate milestones and acknowledge the value of spirituality in healing.

 

Were proud of what we know, which includes how much there is to learn.

 

Your day.

 

As a Social Work Care Manager you need to know how to:

 

             Assess for appropriateness of level of care setting from admission through discharge.

             Identify patients requiring case management and take the lead for those requiring intervention.

             Interview patients and families to assess current functional status and support system.

             Collaborate with the health care team to develop a plan of care by participating in patient care rounds.

             Assure the plan of care is individualized for patients with a chronic disease to support patient/family self-management follow discharge.

             Facilitate the safe transfer of patients to alternate level of care settings, assuring appropriate exchange of information among all caregivers.

             Serve as a support to nursing partners in the area of social services, Medicaid applications, disability eligibility, ETOH resources and homeless resources.

 

Your experience.

 

We hire people, not resumes. But we also expect excellence, which is why we require:

 

             Graduate of an accredited school of social work, Sociology or related field.

             Minimum of three years clinical nursing experience

             BSW or MSW or related experience

             Knowledge and experience with managed care

             One year of case management experience preferred

             MSW with Medical /Acute Care experience preferred

 

Your next move.

 

Now that you know more about being a Social Work Care Manager on our team we hope youll join us. At SCL Health youll reaffirm every day how much you love this work, and why you were called to it in the first place.



          Photoshop image/infographic met data      Cache   Translate Page      
Replies: 4 Last poster: sys64738 at 07-11-2018 13:49 Topic is Open Denk dat je CSS onderschat. Het is echt verbazingwekkend wat je daarmee kunt bereiken. En de kwaliteit is juist super. Schaalbare fonts en goede CSS kun je erg hoge kwaliteit mee halen en dus ook zo high res als je maar wilt.
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          Infographic Of The Day: The Evolution Of 8 Objects Americans Use Every Day       Cache   Translate Page      

Every time Apple reveals the next model of its iPhone, the internet lights up with the opinions of ardent fans and the inevitable naysayers. But behind the nitty-gritty of the latest upgrade is the story of decades of evolution. Today's devices look nothing like the most common telephones of one hundred years ago.

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          How the right employee onboarding process can improve retention      Cache   Translate Page      

When you find out that as many as 20% of staff who leave their company do so in the first 45 days, you’d be forgiven for thinking that high early employee churn is somehow a fact of life.


          21 Places To Learn How Cryptocurrency Works (And How To Invest In It!)      Cache   Translate Page      

It doesn’t matter if you are a beginner investor or one with advanced knowledge of crypto, you should always strive to learn more. ICOholder has published an infographic listing the sources of that knowledge. How Cryptocurrency Works Here’s a rundown […]

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          Stress management in the work place [infographic]      Cache   Translate Page      

Employees in the modern work force are faced with obstacles every day that prompt stress. These work-related stressors can lead to different kinds of strains that affect both the health and the well-being of the employee and the organization. Various types of stress management interventions, guided by organizational development and work stress frameworks, may be […]

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Over the weekend of October 13 and 14, added than a thousand bodies entered Sotheby’s in London to appearance the aftereffect of what is now arguably one of the best amazing moments of abreast art.

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But above-mentioned to the $1.3 actor London bargain of the work—originally advantaged Girl with Balloon and afterwards declared a new assignment alleged Love is in the Bin afterwards bisected the canvas was disconnected by a accessory hidden in the frame—another comedy analytic the backer underpinnings of the art bazaar had already taken abode in Asia.

Orchestrated by Sotheby’s Hong Kong, Xuzhen Supermarket, a allotment of conceptual art, awash for added than HK$2 actor (US$256,000) at the end of September. The assignment is a replica of a archetypal burghal accessibility abundance in China abounding with appurtenances that attending like the absolute thing, but are empty. Spectators are arrive to browse the shelves and buy the containers, awash at the aforementioned amount as the absolute ones accessible at approved stores. The bearding client of the assignment at the auction, aloof like the shoppers who accept bought the abandoned goods, has bought annihilation but the abstraction and the absolute appropriate to agency the Shanghai-based artisan Xu Zhen to charm the artwork.

“Are you affairs an artwork? Or are you aloof affairs abandoned boxes? ” said Xu in an account with Quartzy, afterwards the sale. “The action of barter is allotment of the work.”

Although the two artworks are actual altered in agreement of ideas, beheading and medium, their bargain sales accept aloft the catechism of how to amount art like this. Are these works absolutely account hundreds of bags of dollars or are they aloof the art market’s adaptation of The Emperor’s New Clothes that no one wants to alarm out?

Sotheby’s alleged Banksy’s antic “the aboriginal artwork in history to accept been created alive during an auction,” authoritative “instant art apple history.” Some acclaimed the admirable statement, which if it had gone as planned (video) would accept angry an expensively purchased allotment of art into cardboard ribbons instead of a partially disconnected work. Others, like Jerry Saltz, chief art analyzer of New York Magazine, accept alloyed views. While he accepted Banksy’s antic for “disrupting the breeze of basic if alone for an evening”—it happened at the moment the assignment went beneath the bang at auction—he additionally criticized Sotheby’s in a tweet: “100% bogus. Annihilation to do with art.”

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Saltz accursed the art bazaar as “a affectionate of impaired organism.” “People in the bazaar buy what added bodies in the bazaar buy. And suddenly, one of the things they are affairs changed,” he said in an account with NPR.

To the abrupt Brussels-based art beneficiary and advance broker Alain Servais, whose Servais Family Accumulating owns a all-inclusive ambit of artwork except paintings, the fizz surrounding Banksy’s antic alone highlights the abnegation of the acceptable Western art market.

“The art bazaar is based on the affairs of objects,” the 54-year-old told Quartzy. “Art is declared to be the best advanced and accessible to new development in society, but in actuality it’s controlled and endemic by a appealing bourgeois agglomeration of bodies who are still bedeviled with owning objects.”

What ability assume at aboriginal besom like critiques of the art apple ability absolutely be a concerted way for bargain houses to address to a new generation. Earlier, art auctions and the previews about them were a way for collectors in the arena to apprentice about art, bushing a charge created by a abridgement of museums and galleries. But added recently, auctions accept had a adamantine time architecture a afterward amid the adolescent affluent who aren’t as absorbed in paintings and carve by accustomed masters.

Younger collectors haven’t been advancing to auctions for some time, says Yuki Terase, Sotheby’s arch of abreast art, Asia. “They would rather go to Basel or Frieze,” she said, apropos to two arresting art fairs—Art Basel has shows in Basel, Switzerland, Miami Beach in the US, and Hong Kong; Frieze runs four art fairs including in London and New York.

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“We accept been ambidextrous with agnate names, agnate works, for absolutely a continued time,” said Terase, who believes hard-to-pin-down assignment like Xuzhen Bazaar could advice draw aback a accumulation said to accent spending on adventures like biking over objects. Afterwards its bargain was announced, Terase said there was a billow of absorption from adolescent collectors at previews advanced of the auction.”They were absorbed back they learnt that we were putting this up for bargain at an auction, because this is not an accessible breeze that we are offering,” said Terase. “But we appetite to break relevant.”

Servais, the collector, says he believes that with the acceptance of the abstraction of the “sharing” economy, adumbrated by Uber or Airbnb, owning altar isn’t what’s activity to drive adolescent collectors. “It’s an change that challenges the art bazaar of tomorrow.”

For Xu, his assignment is a apology of the consumerism and commercialism accomplished by bodies in China every day. From the act of affairs abandoned bales on the shelves to the bargain of the concept, participants’ own adventures are allotment of the work, according to the artist.

“Overconsumption, affairs blank and affairs blank are everywhere. Attending at the apparition towns in China,” said Xu.

Xu said his assignment isn’t all that altered from startup companies gluttonous investments from adventure capital, area abounding were alone affairs an abstraction or a abstraction in the achievement of award addition who buys into the idea. “If you chase this logic, we are aloof like attractive for a VC. And the VC [the client of the artwork] can advertise their affairs to addition else,” he said.

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But admitting bodies may appetite to acquaintance this affectionate of work, owning a appraisal of commercialism is addition thing. Chong Zhou, a 29-year-old administrator and art beneficiary based in Shanghai, said that while he respects others who aggregate conceptual art or achievement works, he has no affairs yet to accommodate such works in his collection, which consists mostly of Asian abreast art by artists from 1975 to the 1980s.

“Preservation and presentation of an artwork are important factors back because a purchase. How to present an artwork advisedly in a amplitude can be challenging,” he said. “And the ‘concepts’ of some of the conceptual works… I feel that they are either aloof jokes or actuality unprofessional.”

Andrea Rossetti/Courtesy the artisan and Esther Schipper, Berlin

While Banksy’s disconnected artwork feels berserk original, it’s not an absolutely new idea. In the aboriginal 1960s, artisan and political activist Gustav Metzger already coined the appellation “Auto-Destructive Art,” area abolition was allotment of the aesthetic action of an aesthetic assignment and was apparent as anti-capitalist and anti-consumerist.

Around the aforementioned time, artworks that abide as a abstraction or a ephemeral, time-based activity were developed, and some of them angle the analysis of time. In 1987, Christie’s awash Ten Thousand Lines About 10 Inches (25 cm) Long, Covering a Wall Evenly (1971) by American artisan Sol LeWitt, the aboriginal conceptual artwork awash at an auction. Dealers such as the Berlin-based Esther Schipper brought Tino Sehgal’s Ann Lee and Marcel (2016), accepted as a “constructed situation,” to Art Basel in Switzerland in 2017. Hong Kong beneficiary Alan Lau donated Sehgal’s Guards Kissing to M , the new beheld ability building appointed to accessible in West Kowloon Cultural District in Hong Kong in 2019.

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Servais himself owns a few such works. One of them is Josh Kline’s Sleep is for the Weak (2011), which consists of three French columnist coffee makers absolute aqueous fabricated of Red Bull, DayQuil, and Coke Zero, and “infused” with Vivarin, Dentyne Ice chewing gum, and ibuprofen—a annotation on what adolescent bodies booty to accumulate them activity over a clubbing weekend. He has to re-do the aqueous mix himself every few canicule as the aqueous is degradable. The assignment may not fit with abounding people’s acumen of a high-value allotment of art, but to Servais, it represents the affectionate of abstruse abstraction that he brand to collect.

“I am absorbed in ‘objects of knowledge,’ not ‘objects of pleasure,’” said Servais.

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J’aborde dans mes présentations de façon quasi-systématique comment Facebook et Google collectent des données à l’insu de l’utilisateur. Le professeur Douglas C. Schmidt, Professeur d’informatique à la Vanderbilt University, et son équipe ont publié en août dernier un papier assez fascinant sur le sujet. Il est intitulé Google Data Collection.

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In an example “day in the life” scenario, where a real user with a new Google account and an Android phone (with new SIM card) goes through her daily routine, Google collected data at numerous activity touchpoints, such as user location, routes taken, items purchased, and music listened to. Surprisingly, Google collected or inferred over two-thirds of the information through passive means. At the end of the day, Google identified user interests with remarkable accuracy.

Dans un exemple de scénario “une journée dans la vie d’un utilisateur”, un véritable utilisateur avec un nouveau compte Google et un téléphone Android (avec une nouvelle carte SIM) vit normalement sa vie. Google a récupéré des données durant de nombreuses activités. On trouve la position de l’utilisateur, les voies empruntées dans ses déplacements, ses achats et la musique qu’il a écouté. De façon surprenante, Google a récolté ou déduit les deux tiers de ces informations de façon passive. À la fin de la journée, Google a identifié les intérêts de l’utilisateur avec une précision remarquable.

Both Android and Chrome send data to Google even in the absence of any user interaction. Our experiments show that a dormant, stationary Android phone (with Chrome active in the background) communicated location information to Google 340 times during a 24-hour period, or at an average of 14 data communications per hour.

À la fois Android et Chrome envoient à Google des données même sans interaction de la part de l’utilisateur. Notre expérience démontre qu’un mobile Android immobile (avec Chrome actif en tâche de fond) a communiqué à Google la position géographique 340 fois sur une période de 24 heures, soit une moyenne de 14 envois de données par heure.

Fait amusant, la première phrase de l’executive summary précise : « Google est la plus grande société de publicité en ligne au monde. Mais il est aussi le fournisseur du navigateur #1, la plateforme mobile #1 et le moteur de recherche #1 dans le monde ». Ça m’amuse de réaliser que j’ai été concurrent de Google dans ces 3 derniers domaines (mais pas dans la pub, dieu merci !). Il continue : « la plate-forme vidéo de Google (YouTube), le service de messagerie (Gmail) et l’application de cartographie (GMaps)ont plus d’un milliard d’utilisateurs actifs par mois chacun. Google utilise le succès de ses produits pour récolter des données sur les comportements en ligne et dans la vraie vie de ses utilisateurs, données qui sont ensuite utilisées pour les cibler avec de la publicité payante. »

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Despite ongoing concerns over trust, transparency and the effectiveness of digital advertising, CMOs are still willing to invest a significant portion of their budget in paid digital media to boost revenue and prove marketing’s worth within the enterprise. CMOs are turning to digital advertising as a means to increase brand awareness and drive new business.

No. 4: Digital workhorses account for 25% of marketing investments

One-quarter of the average marketing expense budget is invested in:

  • Paid search
  • Organic search
  • Website
  • Email

Marketers continue to invest in these tactics because they still work. And digital channels are easy to measure during a time when it’s critical to calculate marketing ROI. Additionally, organizations often face little challenge sourcing in-house talent and skills to fuel these marketing initiatives within their organization.  

Marketers face challenges proving the value of newer marketing techniques. For example, it’s difficult to demonstrate the economic impact influencers have on ROI. Contrast this with organic search (SEO), where measurability is cited as the No. 1 reason for channel selection.

No. 5: 1 in 6 marketing dollars spent on innovation

Over 9% of CMOs feel that marketing innovation will be vital to the delivery of their company’s marketing strategy over the next 18 months. As marketers adapt to a barrage of changes in consumer behaviors, technologies and environmental conditions, innovation spending plays a key role in many budgets.  

Sixty-three percent of CMOs expect their innovation budgets to increase in 2019. While still relying on core channels and tactics to deliver results, marketing leaders embrace new channels, models and methods to remain competitive.

However, marketers’ innovation intent isn’t matched by their innovation capabilities.

Marketers’ innovation intent isn’t matched by their innovation capabilities

On a scale of 1 to 5, marketing leaders surveyed in the Gartner Marketing Maturity Assessment scored themselves an average of 2.2 for their innovation maturity. Yet marketers noted that they wish to achieve a 4.3 maturity rating, indicating a significant innovation capability gap. It’s not surprising that CMOs are spending on innovation to fill this gap.

“Be mindful of the risks in this innovation arms race,” says Anna Maria Virzi, principal analyst and CMO Spend Survey co-author. “You risk siphoning off precious marketing investments for poorly defined projects with a loose scope and looser success criteria.”

No. 6: CMOs prioritize customer experience and customer analytics but risk overlooking acquisition and retention

Customer-related capabilities have been a focal point over the past few years. In the 2017 Gartner CMO Strategy Survey, customer experience (CX), customer loyalty, and customer retention and growth dominated the list of skills CMOs feel are vital to deliver a strong, cohesive marketing strategy.

CMOs continue to focus on CX, which is listed as one of the top three capabilities in this year’s survey, and one they consider to be vital to their marketing strategies in the coming 18 months. They estimate that 18% of their overall marketing budgets are allocated to CX initiatives.

Despite the focus on CX, capabilities around customer retention and growth have lost some ground, falling behind others such as marketing technology, digital business transformation and innovation. And customer acquisition fares even worse, cited only by 16% of CMOs as a top three capability.

The long-term output of any CX program is to create business value. Value is gained through acquiring, retaining and growing profitable customers. For CX strategies to be more than rhetoric they must connect CX investments with customer value outcomes to yield results, according to McIntyre.

No. 7: CMOs value awareness more than ROI and market share

CMOs have a shared understanding of the metrics that demonstrate marketing’s value to the enterprise, such as revenue, profitability and market share.

But are they measuring what matters?

The 2018-19 Spend Survey indicates that many CMOs still gravitate toward metrics that have little meaning outside the marketing organization. When asked to define the most important metrics on their marketing dashboard, CMOs cited “awareness” as the most important, beating ROI and measures of customer value and customer satisfaction (CSAT).

CMOs cited “awareness” as the most important metric, beating ROI and measures of customer value and satisfaction.

Numerous Gartner surveys, backed by multiple client inquiries, indicate the strategic imperative of CX for CMOs. Yet brand metrics are used twice as often as KPIs than CX metrics. It’s important for marketers to measure what matters for both marketing and the business.

No. 8: Personalization prevails and its meaning varies widely

This year’s Spend Survey found investments in personalization to be nearly universal. Personalization has emerged as a strategically important marketing capability, given the increased focus on customer experience and the fight for customer attention. Overall, CMOs spend an average of 14.2% of their budget on personalization efforts, with double-digit percentage averages across all industries and business models. Marketers investing in personalization should proceed with caution, however, because spend doesn’t guarantee success.

Marketers investing in personalization should proceed with caution, because spend doesn’t guarantee success

Personalization requires a deep well of customer data, along with the skills and integrations to leverage that data wisely. Given the larger cultural conversations and trends around privacy and trust, marketers must tread lightly in their personalization efforts to appease both consumers and regulators.

Overall, heading into a year of significant uncertainty, marketers have dollars and data. But they must deliver on lofty expectations. There may be surprises ahead, but armed with a strategic outlook that takes into account the complexity of today’s markets and consumers, the surprises may be a little less surprising.

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          United States of America: Agriculture and Food Security Practice Associate      Cache   Translate Page      
Organization: Chemonics
Country: United States of America
Closing date: 16 Nov 2018

Chemonics is conducting an internal and external recruit for an Agriculture & Food Security(AFS) Practice Associate in the West and Central Africa and Haiti Regional Business Unit . The Agriculture & Food Security Practice aims to facilitate inclusive market system development while improving nutrition outcomes and climate-smart agriculture practices. The practice works with smallholder farmers and non-farm market system actors to reduce risks, improve production practices, and increase trade by assessing the market system, identifying constraints, facilitating market-based solutions to improve agriculture productivity, and using social behavior change communications to effect change.

WCAFH’s regional portfolio includes thirteen projects spanning a wide range of technical sectors. Our robust new business market is equally diverse, and promises plenty of opportunities to those willing to take on new and exciting roles. We are looking for individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world.

Responsibilities include:

  • Assist in the development of practice communications materials including brochures, infographics, blog posts, and website material for internal and external distribution. Engage home office staff, field office staff, and consultants in the development of knowledge products to contribute to Chemonics and client learning agendas in the technical sector
  • Advocate for and support opportunities for projects to communicate successes and innovations through conferences, internal and external events, newsletters, websites, and social media
  • Maintain knowledge in technical discipline and begins to expand versatility in international development work by attending relevant conferences, lectures, panel discussions and educational workshops; reviewing professional publications, establishing personal networks, and participating in professional societies
  • Track and annually collect company development achievement indicators related to technical sector
  • Provide basic technical information and develops ideas and hypotheses based on research to support new business efforts, Chemonics’ knowledge base, other practice networks, and other work products as requested
  • Contribute to organizing and developing internal technical events and opportunities to encourage the distribution of best practices, technical innovations, and support improved knowledge sharing
  • Develop and maintain Chemonics’ roster of current and potential consultants and partners to share with project and proposal teams, and other tools and resources as directed
  • Design and facilitate opportunities for capacity development of home office staff, including technical trainings, external learning opportunities, webinars, and information-sharing
  • Foster and support initiatives and activities with other technical practices at Chemonics to develop corporate capability in cross-sectoral approaches
  • Support management of assigned indefinite quantity contracts, including drafting and managing subcontract agreements and maintaining consortium partner relationships
  • Demonstrate an understanding of international development, foreign assistance programming, and Chemonics’ present and past contributions
  • Participate on proposal teams around the company and may mentor others
  • Coach, mentor, and train staff on Chemonics’ policies and procedures, and approaches in technical sectors
  • Foster and demonstrate a workplace inclusive of creating opportunity, serving others, building trust, innovation and exceeding expectations
  • Perform other duties and responsibilities as required

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in international development, agriculture, food security, or related field required; master’s degree preferred
  • Minimum 2 years’ relevant project or contract management experience with ability to solve administrative and operational issues
  • Strong writing and interpersonal skills
  • Willingness to travel and work abroad a minimum of 4 to 8 weeks per year
  • Ability to make significant contributions to end products and direct others to achieve results
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task in a fast-moving team
  • Successful work experience in a developing country; experience living or working in Africa preferred
  • Demonstrated interest in agriculture and food security preferred
  • Demonstrated leadership, versatility, and integrity
  • French language proficiency preferred

How to apply:

Interested candidates should apply via the Career Center by Friday, November 16th . Please note we will be interviewing on a rolling basis. Applicants are required to notify their supervisor before applying. Please feel free to reach out to Candy Jones in Recruitment with any questions. External candidates can apply at our Career Center.

Please note: As outlined in Section 1(M.) Intra-Company Transfers and Rotations in Chemonics Policy Manual, Chemonics expects all employees to remain in their divisions for at least 12 months. Links to the Current Opportunities portal or to positions listed on this portal should never be shared outside of Chemonics.


          Kenya: COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST/SOCIAL MEDIA Kenya and East Africa Development Outreach and Communications Support program      Cache   Translate Page      
Organization: Management Systems International
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 06 Dec 2018

COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST/SOCIAL MEDIA

Kenya and East Africa Development Outreach and Communications Support program

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Communications Specialist Social Media will be a part of a 5-person communications team supporting the USAID Kenya and East Africa (USAID/KEA) Development Outreach and Communications (DOC) Support Program. S/he will report to the Chief of Party and work full-time at MSIs Nairobi field office.

S/he will participate in the full scope of strategic communication support tasksincluding the development and production of information products and publications, event coverage, field work, photography, social media management, strategy development, videography and writingwith an emphasis on leading on social media issues.

S/he will also be responsible for providing in-depth coverage of one or two of the USAID/KEAs seven technical offices: economic growth and integration; education and youth; health population and nutrition; democracy governance and conflict; and environment, plus Food for Peace and the Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Maintain a clear understanding of the missions bilateral and regional portfolio and structure, as well as mission and Agency communications objectives and communicate this information appropriately and effectively.
  • Contribute to the professional presentation and execution of communications products and services and contribute to systems to track metrics/indicators that will translate the effectiveness of these efforts.
  • Produce compelling, relevant content that adheres to branding and style guidelines and uses a consistent tone, style and language to communicate to the target audience
  • Interpret complex, technical language and make it understandable for lay audiences
  • Create systems to remain updated on important news and developments in his/her field of coverage by engaging in social listening or subscribing to relevant news alerts or e-newsletters or other sources.
  • Tailor content to various audiences, if required, within his/her field of coverage and be able to establish credibility in his/her interactions with technical colleagues in this field of expertise.
  • Build positive, professional and productive relationships with USAID and their implementing partners.
  • Participate in and contribute to presentations at quarterly coordinating, strategy and performance review meetings that assess MSI efforts during the previous quarter.
  • Contribute to the accountability of the project by tracking/updating content and tasks using project management and filing systems.

  • Support coordination and facilitation of USAIDs community of practice among implementing partner communication staff.

  • Contribute to the development of technical team communications strategies and content plans in their area of coverage.

  • Engage in professional development activities independently or with the team.

  • Be a part of the editorial and creative process, bringing new and creative ideas to the table based on expertise and research.

SOCIAL MEDIA

The Communications Specialist Social Media will be responsible for driving the coordination, publication and analysis of USAID/KEAs social media presence across several platforms, notably Facebook and Twitter. While s/he will work cooperatively with all members of the team on social media content development, the Social Media Specialist will play a leading role in suggesting and implementing organic and paid strategies that have the potential to grow the missions online presence.

These general duties include:

  • Providing daily monitoring and management of platforms to flag any sensitive issues.
  • Contributing to the development of social media messaging and toolkits with draft messages, corresponding links and appropriate images on a regular basis.
  • Scheduling and posting social media content optimally as per the content calendar and checking that all edits have been made and approvals secured prior to publishing.
  • Soliciting social media content on a regular basis from implementing partners within his/her field of coverage that do not have a social presence for placement on mission accounts.
  • Setting up social media advertisements.
  • Reposting upon request or cross-posting flagship content across all platforms.

More specialized duties include:

  • Monitoring comments and responding when appropriate, according to policy or upon request.
  • Using a variety of tools to help the team monitor partners and participate in relevant conversations on social.
  • Working with management to develop systems and workflows among the team that streamline social content development, approvals and publishing on a daily basis.
  • Staying up to date with current technologies and trends in the constantly changing world of social media, especially in the fields of analytics, performance and paid advertising.
  • Becoming familiar with the business applications of social media platforms including Facebook and Twitter ads.
  • Working with management and subcontractors on the research, development and execution of social media campaigns and strategy. Helping to find a balance between multiple social media platforms and an effective, manageable publishing cadence.
  • Developing automated systems to monitor what influencers are talking about within the development sector, relevant conversations on intersecting local/regional/global development issues, trending topics and outreach opportunities.
  • Leading or contributing to in-house training on social media topics at least twice a year e.g. on proper content and targeting and timing of posts, social ads, etc.
  • Providing social media inspiration and helpful tips and tricks for social media on a regular basis.
  • Providing analytics, including impressions, clicks, views and other useful indicators of community engagement and growth. Developing monthly and quarterly reports/dashboards. Managing these analytics, tagging/tracking and reporting for ongoing enhancements to social media strategy and tactics.
  • Investigating new approaches for social media advertising and identifying best practices and trends to create high-performing content.
  • Working with the graphic designer and videographer to make compelling and shareable visuals and promotions such as contests, infographics, motion graphics or short videos that help the missions handles stand-out.
  • Updating timeline, cover and profile photos on each handle on a regular basis.

MEDIA MONITORING AND PRESS RELATIONS

The Communications Specialist Social Media will work collaboratively with the team in media monitoring and press relations, managing these aspects at least one week per month. During this time, duties include:

  • Reviewing and analyzing traditional and online media on a daily basis.
  • Identifying and summarizing relevant mentions in communications to the mission.
  • Contributing to a monthly catalog of news stories that will be further analyzed by an independent media monitoring organization on a monthly and quarterly basis.
  • Facilitating travel, coverage or otherwise liaising with journalists on site visits.
  • Engaging in media calls and preparing/distributing press kits.
  • Updating media contact lists after each event or site visit.
  • Preparing event specific media monitoring reports, on request, that synthesize journalist participation and press coverage.

FIELD WORK

The Communications Specialist Social Media will work cooperatively with other team members to cover events within Kenya and East Africa and participate in field work on a regular basis. Duties include:

  • Coordinating with implementing partners to determine logistics and site visits.
  • Working with management and USAID to identify:
    • Final products such as a human-interest story, commentary, newsletter, video documentary, blog post, photo story, social media toolkit, op-ed, audio package or other content for inclusion in annual reports, e-newsletters and brochures and videos.
    • Suggested partners, sites or interviewees.
    • Particular angles and themes that s/he should emphasize.
    • Relevant background and resource documents.
    • Timeline.
  • Conducting interviews, taking photos, videos, or otherwise supporting field work or events and assisting with other activities, such as assembling materials, setting up signage, tents, etc.
  • Working with other photographers and videographers to capture human interest stories.
  • Obtaining signed digital consent from necessary parties using the Easy Release mobile application.
  • Conducting reconnaissance on sites to determine and report its suitability for future events or stories.
  • Reviewing relevant reports, news articles, social media handles and other online information to prepare for field work
  • Drafting and submitting a short, pre-field brief that outlines sites to be visited, partner/travel contacts, potential interviewees and interview questions before travelling to the field.
  • After returning from the field:
    • Uploading, renaming, tagging and organizing at least 15 high-quality photos captured on each site visit onto the digital asset management system with appropriate captions and metadata.
    • Uploading, renaming, tagging and organizing signed digital Easy Release consent forms.
    • Uploading, renaming, tagging and organizing all raw audio from field interviews.
    • Submitting brief final trip report.
    • Adding field contacts physical and email addresses to contact management system.

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          Kenya: COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST/GRAPHIC DESIGN Kenya and East Africa Development Outreach and Communications Support program      Cache   Translate Page      
Organization: Management Systems International
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 06 Dec 2018

COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST/GRAPHIC DESIGN

Kenya and East Africa Development Outreach and Communications Support program

Position Summary:

The Communications Specialist Graphic Design will be a part of a 5-person communications team supporting the USAID Kenya and East Africa (USAID/KEA) Development Outreach and Communications (DOC) Support Program. S/he will report to the Chief of Party and work full-time at MSIs Nairobi field office.

S/he will participate in the full scope of strategic communication support tasksincluding the development and production of information products and publications, event coverage, field work, media monitoring, photography/videography social media management, strategy development and writingwith an emphasis on leading in graphic design.

S/he will also be responsible for providing in-depth coverage of one or two of the USAID/KEAs seven technical offices: economic growth and integration; education and youth; health population and nutrition; democracy governance and conflict; and environment, plus Food for Peace and the Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance.

Responsibilities:

  • Maintain a clear understanding of the missions bilateral and regional portfolio and structure, as well as mission and Agency communications objectives and communicate this information appropriately and effectively.
  • Contribute to the professional presentation and execution of communications products and services and contribute to systems to track metrics/indicators that will translate the effectiveness of these efforts.
  • Produce compelling, relevant content that adheres to branding and style guidelines and uses a consistent tone, style and language to communicate to the target audience
  • Interpret complex, technical language and make it understandable for lay audiences
  • Create systems to remain updated on important news and developments in his/her field of coverage by engaging in social listening or subscribing to relevant news alerts or e-newsletters or other sources.
  • Tailor content to various audiences, if required, within his/her field of coverage and be able to establish credibility in his/her interactions with technical colleagues in this field of expertise.
  • Build positive, professional and productive relationships with USAID and their implementing partners.
  • Participate in and contribute to presentations at quarterly coordinating, strategy and performance review meetings that assess MSI efforts during the previous quarter.
  • Contribute to the accountability of the project by tracking/updating content and tasks using project management and filing systems.
  • Support coordination and facilitation of USAIDs community of practice among implementing partner communication staff.
  • Contribute to the development of technical team communications strategies and content plans in their area of coverage.
  • Engage in professional development activities independently or with the team.
  • Be a part of the editorial and creative process, bringing new and creative ideas to the table based on expertise and research.

SOCIAL MEDIA

The Communications Specialist Graphic Design will work cooperatively with all members of the team on social media content development. These duties include:

  • Monitoring platforms and streams daily to keep up to date on current development and Agency news and partner activities.
  • Contributing to the development of social media messaging and toolkits with draft messages, corresponding links and appropriate images on a regular basis.
  • Scheduling and posting social media content optimally as per the content calendar and checking that all edits have been made and approvals secured prior to publishing.
  • Soliciting social media content on a regular basis from implementing partners within his/her field of coverage that do not have a social presence for placement on mission accounts.
  • Setting up social media advertisements.

MEDIA MONITORING AND PRESS RELATIONS

The Communications Specialist Graphic Design will work collaboratively with the team in media monitoring and press relations, managing these aspects at least one week per month. During this time, duties include:

  • Reviewing and analyzing traditional and online media on a daily basis.
  • Identifying and summarizing relevant mentions in communications to the mission.
  • Contributing to a monthly catalog of news stories that will be further analyzed by an independent media monitoring organization on a monthly and quarterly basis.
  • Facilitating travel, coverage or otherwise liaising with journalists on site visits.
  • Engaging in media calls and preparing/distributing press kits.
  • Updating media contact lists after each event or site visit.
  • Preparing event specific media monitoring reports, on request, that synthesize journalist participation and press coverage.

FIELD WORK

The Communications Specialist Graphic Design will work cooperatively with other team members to cover events within Kenya and East Africa and participate in field work on a regular basis. Duties include:

  • Coordinating with implementing partners to determine logistics and site visits.
  • Working with management and USAID to identify:
  • Final products such as a human-interest story, commentary, newsletter, video documentary, blog post, photo story, social media toolkit, op-ed, audio package or other content for inclusion in annual reports, e-newsletters and brochures and videos.
  • Suggested partners, sites or interviewees.
  • Particular angles and themes that s/he should emphasize.
  • Relevant background and resource documents.
  • Timeline.
  • Conducting interviews, taking photos, videos, or otherwise supporting field work or events and assisting with other activities, such as assembling materials, setting up signage, tents, etc.
  • Working with other photographers and videographers to capture human interest stories.
  • Obtaining signed digital consent from necessary parties using the Easy Release mobile application.
  • Conducting reconnaissance on sites to determine and report its suitability for future events or stories.
  • Reviewing relevant reports, news articles, social media handles and other online information to prepare for field work
  • Drafting and submitting a short, pre-field brief that outlines sites to be visited, partner/travel contacts, potential interviewees and interview questions before travelling to the field.
  • After returning from the field:
  • Uploading, renaming, tagging and organizing at least 15 high-quality photos captured on each site visit onto the digital asset management system with appropriate captions and metadata.
  • Uploading, renaming, tagging and organizing signed digital Easy Release consent forms.
  • Uploading, renaming, tagging and organizing all raw audio from field interviews.
  • Submitting brief final trip report.
  • Adding field contacts physical and email addresses to contact management system.

GRAPHIC DESIGN

As lead in graphic design, the Communications Specialist will work independently and with consultants to:

  • Lead on the development of a range of attractive and effective designs for all printed and presented materials such as annual reports, calendars, brochures, event collateral, slideshows and presentations from concept to finished product, while meeting tight deadlines. Contribute to the development of the same for video and digital, especially for social assets.
  • Develop and manage systems and workflows that facilitate and streamline collaboration with editors and other designers, possibly through shared workspaces in InDesign or InCopy or through shared files with the digital asset management (DAM) system.
  • Incorporate changes recommended by the clients into the final design. Be the main point of contact for consultant designers on large projects to ensure all edits have been integrated according to management or USAID request. Review designs from consultants for adherence to branding guidelines and standards, and errors before printing or publishing them.
  • Serve as main point of contact for printers to ensure acceptable quality final products.
  • Assist with digital retouching and image production.
  • Manage graphic design workflows in project management system.
  • Advise on design strategies to reach a particular audience and message.
  • Contribute to the effective management, organization and recall of design assets such as logos and branding materials within the DAM system.
  • Serve as an expert on graphic design and provide training to staff, as needed.
  • Stay abreast of current technologies and trends in design practices that will improve the teams performance in this area.
  • Lead or contribute to in-house training on graphic design topics at least twice a year e.g. basic design tactics to visually communicate a concept, simple infographics, etc.
  • Provide graphic design inspiration and helpful tips and tricks in this area on a regular basis.
  • Work with photographer/videographer and social media specialist to make compelling and shareable visuals such as collages, info- or motion graphics that help the missions handles stand-out.
  • Work with management and subcontractors to execute other graphic design related tasks.

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          SEO for Saas Companies      Cache   Translate Page      

With the ever-growing opportunities and intensifying, competition Software as a Service (SaaS) companies require a unique approach to Search Engine Optimization to take advantage of the opportunities to overcome challenges and thrive in a competitive market. Miromind‘s SEO for SaaS companies tips offer actionable advice for one of the fastest-paced industries to help your SaaS […]

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          Introducing Impressions – A New At-Home Invisalign Alternative      Cache   Translate Page      

This infographic was created to introduce people to a new type of invisible aligner called Impressions. These aligners combine all of the advancements of Invisalign’s teeth straightening technology with the convenience of home. Invisalign is a great way to straighten your teeth if you can afford it, but that treatment will run about $7,000. You […]

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          An Inevitable Battle After Samsung Releases S9      Cache   Translate Page      

Earlier, companies like Nokia and Motorola ruled the mobile phone market; Apple took over the market when it launched ‘iPhone’ in 2007. The product became popular among users, having the large and multi-touch user interface. Apple continued dominating the Smartphone market within the years; however, Samsung introducing Samsung Galaxy series in 2013 brought increased competition […]

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          Internet Giants by the Second      Cache   Translate Page      

The internet has only been around for about 20 years, yet it has produced some of the world’s best-known companies including Apple, Amazon, and Google. For a bit, a fun the Loanable content team have produced an interactive infographic that shows how much profit these internet giants are making in real time. Drawing on a […]

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          Plan F vs Plan N – Which Medigap Plan is Right for You      Cache   Translate Page      

While Medigap Plan F has been the most popular Medicare supplement for decades, there is a newer plan that has been gaining traction in the industry. Medigap Plan N was introduced in 2010 after the NAIC reviewed the standardized Medicare supplement plans and made some changes. Plan N often appeals to Medicare beneficiaries who like […]

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          Infographic shows the Blue Wave in action      Cache   Translate Page      

I watched the election results on TV last night with my family. As it became clear that the Democrats were going to win the House, some of the talking heads said the results of the evening overall did not indicate a "blue wave." I disagree. Despite Russian meddling, voter intimidation, voter suppression, and gerrymandering, the Democrats managed to overcome these obstacles and win.

It's not surprising that Democrats didn't win the Senate. That system is rigged to favor conservative states with tiny populations. Why should Wyoming (pop. 573,720) get the same number of senators as California (39 million)? That's how we end up with the kind of minority rule situation we find ourselves in now. Look at this graphic from Huffington Post that someone screenshotted last night:

Voters placed 36 million votes to win 41 Democratic senators, and only 29 million votes to win 51 Republican senators. It's a form of cheating that's been legalized.

The good news is that in the House, 313 districts moved to the left, and only a few dozen moved to the right. The New York Times has a good infographic that makes the Blue Wave evident:

Here's more: "But the swing districts don’t tell the whole story — they represent the crest of the wave. The average district nationwide moved 10 percentage points to the left this year."

So not a Blue Tsunami. A Blue Wave. I'll take it.

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          Built me a powerpoint slides, videos, posters, and logo      Cache   Translate Page      
I'm interested in medical education. A nice design is one of the best and easiest way to deliver the information. I want an excellent designer for my new brand name for: Slides Graphs Poster Logo Video... (Budget: $1500 - $3000 USD, Jobs: Graphic Design, Infographics, Logo Design, Photoshop, Powerpoint)
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I'm interested in medical education. A nice design is one of the best and easiest way to deliver the information. I want an excellent designer for my new brand name for: Slides Graphs Poster Logo Video... (Budget: $1500 - $3000 USD, Jobs: Graphic Design, Infographics, Logo Design, Photoshop, Powerpoint)
          Content & Engagement Manager       Cache   Translate Page      

We have an exciting opportunity to join a leading independent charity, based in London, as a Content & Engagement Manager. You will be working within a busy, multifaceted communications department as part of the digital and editorial team. You will play an important role in creating and scheduling digital and editorial content, as well as monitoring and pushing engagement and reach.

Key duties:

  • Project manage the delivery and production of content in various forms (infographics, long form, video etc)
  • Working alongside the Digital Communications Manager to develop new digital products
  • Working on SEO driven content
  • Maximise engagement and reach through a mixture of digital and social media marketing
  • Create and coordinate, specific, engaging social media content
  • Reporting on online and editorial activity using specific tools, by month and quarter
  • Proofreading and editing content, ensuring suitability for the web

Experience / skills required:

  • Solid editorial background, writing and editing content for the web
  • Experience with SEO driven content, as well as a good knowledge of creating content for social media
  • Experience using CMS, (Drupal and Sharepoint a bonus)
  • Experience of image editing/GIF and short video creation using Adobe Creative Suite
  • Knowledge of Google Analytics and Social Media Analytical tools
  • Skilled and experienced in training colleagues on digital content

For further information, please apply online or email a CV and salary expectations to charlottetope@atwoodtate.co.uk

Contact:             Charlotte Tope

Tel:                    020 3574 4432

Atwood Tate embraces diversity and seeks to promote the benefits of diversity in all of our business activities and to develop a business culture that reflects that belief.  We welcome applications from all members of society irrespective of age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, colour, race, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief.

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London, UK
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Full-time, Permanent
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Marketing, Communications, Digital Editorial, Social Media, Editorial
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Charity, Professional
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