– Bernardo Carvalho from Bravo Media is organizing a meet up to celebrate, share, educate, and engage in a discussion on how technology and social networks can play a leading role to tackle some of the world’s social challenges and issues.
The more we become aware of what it really means to be socially conscious, the more likely we are to make tiny changes contributing for positive change in the future.
We invite you to join the “Social Media for #SocialGood” movement by taking part on 23rd September from 19:15 to 22:00 at the 5th VIEW, Piccadilly Circus.
We believe a great way to become more engaged in causes starts right in our own backyard.
Let’s get connected. What’s your solution?
More information about this event: http://www.meetup.com/Mashable/22821/
About Social Good Day
*Mashable and **(RED) invite us to join the social media for social good movement by taking part in Social Day on September 23. They want us to get involved. It starts with each community coming together and contributing with ideas and, more importantly, solutions about how social media can raise awareness for social issues around the world.
*Mashable is the top source for news in social and digital media, technology and web culture.
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– Featuring outstanding picture quality, high-speed image capturing, and the digital 1394b interface, the XCD Series is perfect for high-quality industrial and manufacturing solutions. The XCD-U100/U100CR incorporates a 1/1.8-type IT CCD that captures extremely, high-quality, detailed images with an ultrahigh resolution of 1600 x 1200 (UXGA). With this wide range of solutions, each with feature-rich benefits, it’s never been easier to select the right camera for your specific machine vision applications. The XCD Series of cameras adopts the IEEE 1394b interface that supports the IIDC protocol. By using this interface, users can transfer images to a host PC at speeds of up to 800 Mb/s.
Moreover, because multiple cameras can be connected in a daisy-chain configuration, users can enjoy the benefits of simplified operation in a multi-camera system. When these XCD cameras are daisy-chained, Bus Synchronization and Broadcast Delivery are available. With Bus Synchronization, users can capture images from different angles simultaneously simply by sending a single trigger from the host PC. Broadcast Delivery allows users to capture images from multiple cameras using a software trigger instead of a hardware trigger, which helps to minimize the occurrence of false triggers. This function also allows users to change the settings of multiple cameras simultaneously
Their compact design and rugged body enables the XCD Series to be integrated into a wide variety of industrial environments. In addition, the XCD series incorporates features such as partial scanning, binning and hardware LUT (Look Up Table).
Ideal for industrial machine vision applications such as object recognition, inspection, measurement, alignment, and more.
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– The Montclair Art Museum (MAM) announced today that Alexandra Schwartz has been appointed Curator of Contemporary Art beginning November 16, 2010. This newly created position at MAM-made possible by a generous donation from the Vance Wall Foundation-represents a strong commitment to an area of focus long desired by the Museum and the community.
A curator and scholar of contemporary art, Schwartz has worked in curatorial roles at the Museum of Modern Art in New York since 2004, most recently as the coordinator of MoMA’s Modern Women’s Project, designed to increase understanding of women artists across the museum’s collections. In this capacity, she served as co-editor and contributor to Modern Women: Women Artists at The Museum of Modern Art and curated an exhibition, Mind and Matter, Alternative Abstractions, 1940s to Now, a group exhibition of 10 contemporary artists working in abstraction. This past spring also saw the release of her book Ed Ruscha’s Los Angeles (MIT Press), the first critical examination of Ruscha’s groundbreaking work in relation to the cultural contexts of its production.
Lora Urbanelli, Director of the Montclair Art Museum, said: “For over 95 years, the Montclair Art Museum has provided the region with programs that explore a deep and wide ranging view of American art, from Native cultures to the present day. We are thrilled that as we enter our second century, the Vance Wall Foundation has provided us the extraordinary
opportunity to shine a strong light on contemporary art, always an interest, but never a focus. The prospect of creating and developing this program at MAM attracted a very competitive field of candidates; we are delighted to have found someone with Alexandra’s strengths, energy, and vision for this role. ‘Contemporary art’ covers lots of ground. Alix’s love and knowledge of art history and the recent past, as well as her deep connection to the art of right now, make her the perfect complement to MAM’s Chief Curator, Gail Stavitsky. We can’t wait to have her on board!”
Schwartz said: “I am delighted to be joining MAM as the first Curator of Contemporary Art, and very much look forward to building an innovative contemporary art program that engages both with MAM’s distinguished history and with the vibrant and diverse local community.”
Schwartz has published widely, editing and contributing to numerous publications, and lectured extensively. She has also taught in the master’s program in Modern Art/Curatorial Studies at Columbia University and the Education Departments at MoMA and the Whitney Museum of American Art. She received her Ph.D. and M.A. in the History of Art from the University of Michigan and a bachelor’s, magna cum laude, in the History of Art and Architecture from Harvard University.
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– Holy Trinity Diocesan High School, located at 98 Cherry Lane in Hicksville, will host its fall Open House on Sunday, September 26, 2010. The event will be held from noon 2:30pm and is open to all prospective students and their parents or guardians.
Holy Trinity, a private, coeducational Catholic high school founded in 1966 by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Rockville Centre, has been recognized by the U.S. Department of Education Exemplary Schools Program. Students and their parents or guardians from the Long Island community are encouraged to attend as Holy Trinity draws students from Nassau, Suffolk and Queens Counties.
Holy Trinity students enjoy a rich and focused learning environment with smaller class sizes and a highly dedicated faculty. The school is also known for its highly competitive athletics and outstanding extracurricular activities, such as its theater arts program. This past 2010 academic school year, Holy Trinity’s graduating class received more than $31 million in scholarships.
Holy Trinity’s tradition of academic excellence is evidenced by its 100 percent college attendance rate and distinguished graduates, including numerous Ivy League alumni. In addition, the school is accredited by the New York State Board of Regents and the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
Holy Trinity is located at 98 Cherry Lane, Hicksville (at Cherry Lane and Route 106, one-half mile south of Old Country Road). For more information, and to take a virtual tour of Holy Trinity, visit www.holytrinityhs.org.
– RALEIGH, N.C. Cherry, Bekaert & Holland, L.L.P. (CB&H) (http://www.cbh.com) will host a seminar titled “Coming to a Close: Tomorrow’s Accounting Issues Today” on Wednesday, Sept. 29 from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the CB&H office located at 2626 Glenwood Ave. The seminar will discuss how to prepare for the tax changes that will take place in December, and attendees will receive an update on international standards, the new compilation and review standard, proposed changes to accounting for leases and other proposed changes to professional standards. An overview of federal and state tax law changes will be provided, in addition to year-end tax strategies and an economic and investment outlook.
“This seminar is an excellent outlet to discuss accounting and auditing updates, federal and state tax law changes, and an economic and investment outlook,” said Paul Fedorkowicz, partner-in-charge. “Through ‘Coming to a Close: Tomorrow’s Accounting Issues Today,’ we aim to prepare attendees with the knowledge and year-end tax strategies needed to not only close another tax year, but also minimize current year taxes.”
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– Seminar leaders are: Joseph B. McLeod, CPA, tax partner of Cherry, Bekaert & Holland; John F. Gonella III, CPA, tax senior manager of Cherry, Bekaert & Holland; Jeffrey T. Sabetta, CPA, audit senior manager of Cherry, Bekaert & Holland; Joel A. Millikan, CFA, chief investment officer of Cardinal Capital Management; and Glenn C. Andrews, CFA, president of Cardinal Capital Management.
– “Coming to a Close: Tomorrow’s Accounting Issues Today” is a complimentary seminar and is open to the public. To register, visit https://www.onlineregistrationcenter.com/waitinglistform.asp?m=199&c=320&p=12 or contact Amy Cross at (919) 782-1040 or email@example.com for more information.
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