Archive for November 26th, 2016

Economic disparity drives red, blue divide

Saturday, November 26th, 2016:

The divide in America isn’t just political, it’s economic. Blue states, with their advanced tech sectors, perform well. Most red states lag. But efforts to restore a traditional manufacturing economy are fraught with roadblocks and risks. “Make America Great Again” was the campaign slogan of President-elect Trump. And whatever messages they read into it, the words resonated with his supporters. Others would say America never stopped being great. But from an economic standpoint, the superstar states and metropolitan areas are blue. For example, in its new State Technology and Science Index, a gold-standard measure, the Milken Institute ranks Massachusetts, Colorado, […] Read More →

Web videos for websites – Persuasive & powerful

Saturday, November 26th, 2016:

There is a saying that a picture speaks louder than words. However, videos have overtaken pictures & images. They grab viewers’ attention instantly, allowing them to focus on a single, visual interactive window with various control buttons. Videos are one of the most effective, compelling and engaging forms of communication. Web videos for websites provide companies, celebrities and individuals a platform to exhibit their product, service, brand or talent in a way which is entertaining and exciting. It instantly forms a strong bond with the viewer. Videos are powerful, and have the ability to change views and decisions if made […] Read More →

American Rain Forest

Saturday, November 26th, 2016:

Matt Alderton, USA TODAY GoEscape magazine 8:02 a.m. EST November 26, 2016 Lookout towers at El Yunque National Forest provide a 360 degree vantage point, allowing views of the rainforest, the Luquillo Mountains, and San Juan.(Photo: Will Rodger) The blue-gray cobblestone streets of Old San Juan are scorching hot, searing the bottoms of sandals like skillets cooking bistec encebollado — steak and onions. Some 30 miles east, however, the ground is cool and damp. Here, thousands of trees form a verdurous parasol that blankets the earth in shade.  It’s not just the temperature that’s different in this slice of Puerto […] Read More →

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