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Common-Sense & Self-DefenceCommon-Sense & Self-Defence?Strategies & Techniques that Work!
Common-Sense and Self-Defence is an e-book designed to help women avoid the trauma of a sexual assault or rape. Simple, Powerful & Effective! It is a handbook of Common-Sense and Self-Defence techniques that can be used effectively by females of all ages. We do not propose to have an answer for every conceivable situation that may occur. Every would-be assailant, every potential victim, and every environment where an attack takes place contains its own set of unique situational advantages and disadvantages. However, we suggest that by adapting some Common-Sense Techniques into her life, and by becoming aware of her mental and physical potential, a women can, in many cases, protect herself from sexual assault and rape. In this book, we have set forth some easy to follow guidelines that when adapted into her individual lifestyle, will help a woman completely avoid the possibility of an assault. We realize though, that women are assaulted even under the most cautious of conditions, and it is for these situations that we offer Self-Defence alternatives. All the moves are described in depth from beginning Yellow Belt to advanced Black Belt, yet they are easy to learn because one of Krav Maga’s strengths is its simplicity. Based on the principle that it is best to move from defense to attack as quickly as possible, Complete Krav Maga offers fast-escape maneuvers from attacks and holds. It then follows them up with specific counterattacks, including punches, kicks and throws. The authors show how anyone (big or small, man or woman) can practice self defense by using Krav Maga to protect weak spots, exploit an assailant’s vulnerabilities and turn the attacker s force against him. Complete Krav Maga teaches the reader how to get in shape, gain confidence and feel safer and more secure every day.
Common-Sense and Self-Defence is an e-book designed to help women avoid the trauma of a sexual assault or rape. Simple, Powerful & Effective!
It is a handbook of Common-Sense and Self-Defence techniques that can be used effectively by females of all ages.
We do not propose to have an answer for every conceivable situation that may occur.
Every would-be assailant, every potential victim, and every environment where an attack takes place contains its own set of unique situational advantages and disadvantages.
However, we suggest that by adapting some Common-Sense Techniques into her life, and by becoming aware of her mental and physical potential, a women can, in many cases, protect herself from sexual assault and rape.
In this book, we have set forth some easy to follow guidelines that when adapted into her individual lifestyle, will help a woman completely avoid the possibility of an assault.
We realize though, that women are assaulted even under the most cautious of conditions, and it is for these situations that we offer Self-Defence alternatives.Complete Krav Maga: The Ultimate Guide to Over 230 Self-Defense and Combative TechniquesDeveloped for the Israel military forces and battle tested in real-life combat, Krav Maga has gained an international reputation as an easy-to-learn yet highly effective art of self-defense. Clearly written and extensively illustrated, Complete Krav Maga details every aspect of the system including dozens of hand-to-hand combat moves, over 20 weapons defense techniques and a complete physical conditioning workout program.
All the moves are described in depth from beginning Yellow Belt to advanced Black Belt, yet they are easy to learn because one of Krav Maga’s strengths is its simplicity. Based on the principle that it is best to move from defense to attack as quickly as possible, Complete Krav Maga offers fast-escape maneuvers from attacks and holds. It then follows them up with specific counterattacks, including punches, kicks and throws.
The authors show how anyone (big or small, man or woman) can practice self defense by using Krav Maga to protect weak spots, exploit an assailant’s vulnerabilities and turn the attacker s force against him. Complete Krav Maga teaches the reader how to get in shape, gain confidence and feel safer and more secure every day.
More ASUS related news has emerged from Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, this time concerning the UK launch of their MeMo Pad tablets. Both the 7-inch and 10.1-inch tablets will be available to buy in the UK, with the first launching from March 7.
The 10.1-inch ME301T — more commonly referred to as the Smart 10 — is a Tegra 3 packing, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean tablet with an extremely competitive price point of £249. It houses a 1280×800 resolution IPS display, 16GB of on-board storage and will only be available in Midnight Blue at launch with other colors to follow. Several retailers have picked up the MeMo Pad Smart 10 including Currys PCWorld, Tesco and Amazon. Pre-orders should be available from each of these online now, with in-store purchases set to begin on March 7.
The MeMo Pad ME172V — or MeMo Pad 7 as we shall refer to it — again runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, but is a more budget oriented offering. It's powered by a 1GHz VIA WM8950 processor, and has a display resolution of 1024×600 with 16GB of on-board storage. The killer feature on the MeMo Pad 7 though is the price, set to arrive for just £129 some time around mid-April.
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A batch of recent headlines gives an indication of where things stand in the Obama-Republican face-off over sequestration and the automatic government spending cuts that could kick in next Friday.
?GOP losing sequester blame game?
?Democrats’ Economic Narrative Still Trumps GOP’s?
?Poll: President Obama approval highest since ’09?
?President Obama?s popularity surges to three-year high?
?Congress Approval Holding Steady at 15 percent.?
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Polls and pundits aren?t everything, of course. Most Americans this weekend likely are far more interested in Sunday night?s Oscar extravaganza.
And most would likely agree with Atlantic associate editor Matthew O’Brien when he writes ? with as much truth as irony ? on the magazine?s web site: ?There is nothing more tedious in the world today than the sequester. The word itself sounds like a prescription sleeping aid.? There is, after all the gnashing of teeth over the ?fiscal cliff? last month, a bit of ?The Boy Who Cried Wolf? here for most people.
Still, if the sequester kicks in, thousands of federal workers could be furloughed, some national park programs could be curtailed, and things could be ?very painful for the flying public,? as Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood warned Friday.
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The sequester no doubt will dominate the Sunday morning TV news shows as Republicans and Democrats angle for rhetorical advantage over the sequester?s $85 billion in budget cuts this fiscal year, split evenly between defense and non-defense programs.
At the moment, that advantage seems to be with President Obama and the White House. Just to flesh out those headlines cited above?.
Bloomberg News put it starkly this week: ?President Barack Obama enters the latest budget showdown with Congress with his highest job-approval rating in three years and public support for his economic message, while his Republican opponents? popularity stands at a record low.?
Specifically, 55 percent of those polled by Bloomberg last week approve of Obama?s performance in office, his strongest level of support since September 2009. But only 35 percent have a favorable view of the Republican Party, the lowest rating over the same period. The GOP?s brand slipped six percentage points in the last six months, the poll shows.
Asked who is more to blame for ?what?s gone wrong? in Washington, those surveyed picked Republicans over Obama 43-34 percent.
Similarly, Gallup finds public approval of Congress ? just 15 percent ? is ?at the low end of the historical spectrum.? It?s not great news for either party, but Democrats have a slight edge in public approval ? 19 percent to 12 percent for the GOP.
Obama, meanwhile, enjoys ?his highest favorability ratings since his first year in office,? according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.
?Fully 60 percent of Americans have a favorable impression of Obama in the new poll, up slightly from October but a clear shift in opinion from an election year in which his ratings hovered in the mid-to-low 50s,? the Washington Post reported. ?And by 39 percent to 26 percent, the president now has more ?strongly? positive ratings than strongly negative reviews, breaking a two-year stretch in which intense opposition was on par with (or higher than) intense support.?
As a result, ?Obama holds the upper hand politically over congressional Republicans,? regarding deficit reduction and the sequester, the Pew Research Center and USA Today reported this week. ?If there is no deficit deal by March 1, 49 percent say congressional Republicans would be more to blame while just 31 percent would mostly blame President Obama.?
Much of this no doubt has to do with how the message is portrayed.
?One of the reasons Republicans are faring so badly these days is that the Democratic narrative, presented most persuasively and effectively by the White House, plays more easily into the national media?s preference for dramatic stories that evoke emotional responses,? writes Stuart Rothenberg in Roll Call.
Thus, does Obama make his pitch in front of a group of first responders, asking if they ? or teachers, or Border Patrol agents, or air traffic controllers ? should be laid off ?to protect a special interest loophole.?
?Television covers this narrative better than it covers the Republican message, which is that the nation?s deficit and debt are at unsustainable levels and cannot go on increasing without profound economic consequences that will hurt all Americans eventually,? Mr. Rothenberg writes.
?We raised taxes last time, and we aren?t going to do it again? is not a compelling message, he writes. ?Until Republicans figure out a way to re-fashion the political debate and present their vision in a more compelling way ? which means telling stories that evoke strong emotions in average people ? the White House and Democrats in Congress will continue to have the advantage.?
On PBS?s The Newshour Friday evening, conservative New York Times columnist David Brooks agreed.
?I personally think the likely loser in this is the Republicans,? he said. ?Unfortunately, when they embrace [the sequester], they are embracing a piece of legislation that makes no distinction between good government and bad government. It just cuts randomly across the board, and, worse, doesn’t even cut the things that actually create the debt problem, which is the entitlement programs. So, to me, this is both a substantive and political serious problem for Republicans.?
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For William Shatner, the actor who portrayed “Star Trek” captain James T. Kirk, naming one of Pluto’s moons “Vulcan” is the only logical choice, and more than 100,000 apparent Trek fans agree.?
Shatner proposed “Vulcan” as a potential name for one of Pluto’s moons, the recently discovered P4 and P5, as part of the Pluto Rocks contest launched by the SETI Institute on Feb. 11. Now, Vulcan?? which on Star Trek is the home planet of Kirk’s pointy-eared first offer Spock?? has a commanding lead worthy of Kirk, it seems.
“I think we are over 100k votes for Vulcan on PlutoRocks.com that’s wonderful!,” Shatner wrote from his Twitter, @WilliamShatner yesterday (Feb. 19).
Vulcan is currently in the lead, taking more than 100,000 of the 325,800 votes cast. Cerberus and Styx are running in second and third with about 75,000 and 70,000 votes respectively, but officials at SETI will take other factors into consideration when deciding what to name the moons. ?[See photos of Pluto and its moons]
Shatner also suggested that SETI add Romulus ? the Roman god of fire and the twin brother of Remus in the Roman foundation myth ? to the list of possibilities, but?SETI officials nixed that name because it was also the name of an asteroid’s moon elsewhere in the solar system. In Star Trek lore, Romulus is the home planet of the Romulan alien race.
Pluto has five moons that astronomers currently know of. Scientists first caught sight of Pluto’s largest moon Charon in 1978, but it was not until 2005 that astronomers discovered two other moons (Nix and Hydra) using the Hubble Space Telescope.
The moon P5 was discovered in 2012, also using the Hubble telescope. The moon P4 was discovered in 2011.
Once voting on the Pluto Rocks website closes on Feb. 25, SETI will review the contest and make recommendations for naming P4 and P5. Ultimately, the International Astronomical Union is responsible for naming the moons. While the IAU will take the contest results into consideration, the organization still has final say over what the tiny moons are named.
A new batch of written-in names was also added to the list on Feb. 14, two days after Vulcan was accepted on Feb. 12.
“By the way, if you are a fan of one of our eight most recent additions to the ballot, please don’t give up!” Mark Showalter of SETI wrote in a blog on Feb. 18. “They may be way behind in the voting, but we realize that they had a big disadvantage by not appearing till Thursday. A late surge of support is something we would surely notice.”
SETI’s Pluto moon name voting polls will remain open on?plutorocks.com?until 12 p.m. EST (1700 GMT) on Feb. 25.
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ELMSFORD, N.Y. ? After more than 20 years, the Elmsford community may soon see the return of a football team for Alexander Hamilton High School students.
Both Elmsford and Briarcliff Manor’s school boards OK’d a proposal last week that will merge Hamilton with Briarcliff Manor’s existing football team to begin playing in fall 2013. Hamilton Athletic Director Robert Pollok said there has been a much higher interest for football among students in the past couple years, and, as a former football player, he’s glad to see the plan in motion.
“Kids have been asking me for years and years,” said Pollok about creating a football team. “I played high school and college football, so I understand the importance football has on both individual athletes and the community.”
The Elmsford School District polled existing students in grades 7 through 11 and students who had left the district for private and parochial schools, and the results showed a “very high student interest,” said Elmsford Superintendent Barbara Peters. Those who left Elmsford indicated they’d be interested in returning if a football team was formed.
“We know there’s no guarantee,” Peters added.
The team would be “budget-neutral,” meaning any additional costs would require the Elmsford athletic department to cut into its existing budget. Peters is estimating the team will cost around $40,000 for transportation and hiring two assistant coaches.
“We’re making every attempt to stay within the tax levy cap,” Peters said about the 2013-2014 school budget. “This is a win-win for us as long as we can do it within the budget parameters.”
The merger is mutually beneficial for both Hamilton and Briarcliff Manor. Briarcliff has been struggling to keep its football program alive because of a lack of interest, Pollok said. While Hamilton has merged with Woodlands High School in the past, Briarcliff Manor was the only Section 1 school that was looking for more players.
Pollok said he hopes the merger will revive students’ interest in football so that Hamilton can soon have a program of its own.
“They’re merging to save the program, we’re merging to eventually begin our own,” Pollok said.
Cyberattacks, apparently, happen in threes.
After Facebook and Twitter announced that they were breached by sophisticated hackers in recent weeks, Apple said it had been attacked, too, in a rare admission for the technology giant.
In a statement to reporters Tuesday, Apple said some of its computers were infected with the same malware that hit Twitter and Facebook. Like Facebook, Apple confirmed that its employees? computers were infected with malware when they visited a Web site for software developers. Neither company has named the Web site. But according to a person with knowledge of Facebook?s investigation, the compromised site, iPhonedevsdk, an online forum for software developers, is still infected. (In other words, unless you want to be owned by hackers, do not visit the site.)
?We identified a small number of systems within Apple that were infected and isolated them from our network,? Apple said in a statement. ?There is no evidence that any data left Apple. We are working closely with law enforcement to find the source of the malware.?
Twitter said attackers may have briefly accessed data for 250,000 user accounts and that it reset passwords for and alerted users whose data may have been vulnerable. Facebook said that no user data was taken in its attack. Both companies said that they were also working with law enforcement to trace the source of the attacks, which they described only as ?sophisticated.?
In all three cases, the attackers exploited a well-known security hole in Oracle?s Java software. Java, a widely used programming language, is installed on more than three billion devices. It has long been hounded by security problems.
Last month, after a French security researcher and blogger named Kafeine exposed a serious vulnerability in the software, the Department of Homeland Security issued a rare alert that warned users to disable Java on their computers. The vulnerability was particularly disconcerting because it let attackers download a malicious program onto its victims? machines without any prompting. Users did not even have to click on a malicious link, they only had to visit an infected site for their computers to get infected.
After Oracle initially patched the security hole in January, the Department of Homeland Security said that the fix was not sufficient and recommended that, unless it was ?absolutely necessary? to use Java, users should disable it on their computers completely. Oracle did not issue another fix until Feb. 1.
Apple said on Tuesday that it was releasing an updated Java malware removal tool that will check Macs for malware and remove it if found.
But security researchers say the Java exploit only gave hackers a foothold into these companies? systems, and that the companies should be more forthcoming with what the attackers did once inside.
?Why is nobody asking what the payload is?? Sean Sullivan, a security adviser at the Finnish antivirus company F-Secure tweeted. ?The Java exploit only opened the door. What walked in??
Social networks are a prime target for hackers, who look to use people?s personal data and particularly their social connections in what are known as ?spearphishing? attacks. In this type of attack, a victim is sent an e-mail, ostensibly from someone they know on Facebook or other social networking site, containing a malicious link or attachment. Once the link is clicked or attachment opened, attackers take control of a user?s computer. If the infected computer is inside a company?s system, the attackers are able to gain a foothold. In many cases, they then extract passwords and gain access to sensitive data.
In an article published Monday evening, The New York Times reported that one group of Chinese cyberattackers, which has been tied to a specific military unit of China?s People?s Liberation Army, leveraged the social connections of its targets to send malicious e-mails that eventually allowed them to compromise thousands of organizations, ranging from Coca-Cola to the International Olympic Committee.
Hackers have been attacking organizations inside the United States at an alarming rate. The number of attacks reported by government agencies last year topped 48,500 ? a ninefold jump from the 5,500 attacks reported in 2006, according to the Government Accountability Office.
Given that we live, work and play in two worlds, in-person and online, finding your best mix of media, marketing and mingling can influence meeting the right people, joining the best communities, getting involved with them and communicating to them.
We know the benefits and value of networking with people in person, but some compelling trends and statistics emerged in 2012?that were shared in an infographic titled, ?100 Social Networking Statistics and Facts for 2012? created by Creotivo:
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Below are 6 statistics that appear to influence your mix of media, marketing and mingling:
- 40% socialize more online than they do face to face.
- 1 out of every 7 minutes spent online is spent on Facebook.
- 83% of brands use Facebook as #1 tool for business.
- 53% of brands use Twitter as #2 tool for business.
- 61% of brands use LinkedIn as their primary professional networking site.
- 53% of employers have formal social media policies.
My recent relocation to the Tampa Bay area had many moving parts. Since I was familiar with the area and knew people in business, I decided to network people instead of events, feeling that?they would naturally lead me to others. And this approach is working.
I not only picked up the phone, but used LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter prior to moving to connect with people and ask if they could make some introductions for me. ?Once I was moved, I joined a chamber, a business networking group, an arts facility and the local cycling club. I put these communities in place so I could ?meet a diverse mix of local people who share many of my interests.
A question that comes up often is, ?What do you do?? When it does, I lead with my career story, which allows me to be more personal with people. The ?story? of your story is a great connector.
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Locally as well as far and wide, it allows us to find and build communities of like minded and spirited people fairly quickly. Less is actually more. A smaller group of more targeted connections is far more valuable than a huge group of followers who are really just numbers on a list.
The best way of determining what media?s are right for you is to observe what others are doing who are engaging you. Ask, survey and tap your community to find out what is working best for them. LinkedIn, Facebook ?and Twitter are my big three. But use what works for you, your business, your customers and your industry.
Use Content Marketing by Making Your Content About Helping Others
We all have something to offer and we should be sharing it often and freely. This is the best way to educate people about who we are, what we do and how we can solve problems. People drive their businesses today so getting out front via content marketing is not a bad thing or an ego thing as long the intent is to serve others and not always be selling.
Celebrate results, the impact of what you do, what you have learned ?and how it has and can benefit others. ?When you market the results up front not the product or service, it demonstrates how you solve problems. That, ultimately, is your best sales story.?
Mingle Through Purposeful Networking, Groups and a Commitment to Get Involved?
This can yield big dividends. ?Networking has always had a prominence in growing personal and professional connections and reputation. Interacting, connecting and gathering socially in person is the most natural thing we do. Networking in person always takes priority, but your online communication platforms support, solidify and grow your relationships in between those times. In person and online networking are now interdependent and mutually beneficial.
Finding that perfect mix of media, marketing and mingling is how we make ourselves stand out, claim our space and build loyal communities and customers. ?These 7 common sense tips for networking are great reminders of just how easy this can be.
What influences your best mix of media, personal marketing and mingling?
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Deborah Shane is an author, speaker, media host, business and career brand/branding consultant. Deborah hosts her blog, Deborah Shane Toolbox, and weekly business radio show, Deborah Shane Metropolis. She writes for several national business, career, branding, business and marketing sites. Her new book, “Career Transition: Make the Shift is available through all major book sellers.
The shock wave from Friday’s (Feb. 15) meteor explosion above Russia sent subsonic waves through the atmosphere halfway around the world.
Up to 11 sensors in Greenland, Africa, Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula and other far-flung regions detected the Russian meteor blast’s infrasound, or low-frequency sound waves. The sensors are part of the global network of 60 infrasound stations maintained by the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO).
Infrasound’s long wavelengths (about 20 to 0.01 Hertz) can travel far distances in the atmosphere, at frequencies humans can’t hear. Elephants, whales and even pigeons use infrasound for communication and navigation, scientists have discovered.
The CTBTO relies on Infrasound arrays to help determine the location and size of atmospheric explosions. Man-made explosions, such as bombs, produce a different infrasound pattern than natural fireballs like shattering meteors.
Based on scrutiny of infrasound records, NASA scientists concluded the fireball released about 300 kilotons of energy, said Bill Cooke, lead for the Meteoroid Environments Office at NASA?s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala.
That’s about 20 to 25 times more powerful than the atomic bombs dropped in World War II, but still smaller than Siberia’s Tunguska meteor explosion in 1908, which released 10 to 15 megatons of energy (equivalent to the Castle Bravo device, the most powerful atomic bomb tested by the United States).
“This was a moderate explosion,” said Paul Chodas, research scientist in the Near Earth Object Program Office at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif.
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