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Business Opportunity Open House
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Image by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
District hosts open house for small businesses

By Dave Palmer

LOS ANGELES — More than 100 small-business owners attended a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District open house to meet division chiefs and project managers Nov. 9.

The public and members of the Los Angeles County Post of the Society of American Military Engineers were invited to the open house during a small business forum and monthly meeting held the day prior.

"The open house was a very successful venture for both the Corps and outside contractors who were inquisitive to Corps working structure and functionality with the local communities and sponsors (City, County and State agencies)," said Ed Louie, project manager, Civil Works Branch.

The open house took place in the District’s primary conference room and adjoining Emergency Operations Center. Project managers and division chiefs had various project and program displays and were available for face-to-face discussions.

"Many of the contractors were provided with brochures of the various interdisciplinary branches of the Corps," added Louie. "All were very appreciative of Col. Toy’s (District Commander Col. Mark Toy) invitation to the open house and for the Corps representatives time to assist with answering many of the contractor’s questions. This is indicative with our motto: ‘Building Strong and Taking Care of People.’"

Business Opportunity Open House
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Image by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
District hosts open house for small businesses

By Dave Palmer

LOS ANGELES — More than 100 small-business owners attended a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District open house to meet division chiefs and project managers Nov. 9.

The public and members of the Los Angeles County Post of the Society of American Military Engineers were invited to the open house during a small business forum and monthly meeting held the day prior.

"The open house was a very successful venture for both the Corps and outside contractors who were inquisitive to Corps working structure and functionality with the local communities and sponsors (City, County and State agencies)," said Ed Louie, project manager, Civil Works Branch.

The open house took place in the District’s primary conference room and adjoining Emergency Operations Center. Project managers and division chiefs had various project and program displays and were available for face-to-face discussions.

"Many of the contractors were provided with brochures of the various interdisciplinary branches of the Corps," added Louie. "All were very appreciative of Col. Toy’s (District Commander Col. Mark Toy) invitation to the open house and for the Corps representatives time to assist with answering many of the contractor’s questions. This is indicative with our motto: ‘Building Strong and Taking Care of People.’"

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Looking Into the Past: World Trade Center Burning, September 11, 2001
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Image by jasonepowell
I don’t have a 9/11 story. I watched everything happen on television, from the safety of my home in suburban Virginia. When people were running for their lives as the buildings came down or running desperately to save the lives of complete strangers, I was eating a bowl of cereal.

What I can say about 9/11 is that it marked the transition from childhood to adulthood in my life. I’m 32 now, and I had just turned 21 when the attacks happened. My life is cleanly split into pre-9/11 childhood and post-9/11 adulthood. I’ve often wondered what the long term effect will be of a generation of people who equate changing from adolescence into an adult with fear.

Original photo taken from the Brooklyn Promenade, courtesy of Michael Foran, who very graciously allowed me to use a number of his images for this project. Please check out the rest of his 9/11 set.

This photo licensed Attribution-NonCommercial Creative Commons. Please don’t use these photos to make money, but feel free to use them any other way you like.

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Vintage 1947 Christmas Ad, Oilette Christmas Cards, “Make Extra Money Fast”
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Image by classic_film
Tagline:
"Something New and Sensaional in Christmas Cards"

Published in Cosmopolitan magazine, August 1947, Vol. 123, No. 2

Fair use/no known copyright. If you use this photo, please provide attribution credit; not for commercial use (see Creative Commons license).

Art haven: Community bank showcases artists, small business
First Savings Bank is honoring both by having a monthly exhibition of an artist within the area in hopes of promoting their success and business in the arts. The bank is at 520 S. Gold St. This month's featured artist is photographer Lon Shelton, who …
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PHOTO: Pinterest's Jordan Skye Paul Shares How the Platform Helps Small
Jordan Skye Paul, a member of the Colorado River Indian Tribes, serves as the product specialist lead and oversees community operations at Pinterest. She presented at the RES Las Vegas session "Social media and visual bookmarking with Facebook …
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Wausau chamber names small businesses of year
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Art haven: Community bank showcases artists, <b>small business</b>

Laos, Muay Lao

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Laos, Muay Lao
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Image by Dietmar Temps
In Laos kick boxing is popular, but mainly practiced in and around Vientiane. In villages far away from the capital still "temple fighters" are common: boys who would like to fight are looking for a trainer, which could be the older brother, the uncle or a friend of the family. Only thing is they know a little bit about Muay Lao. A sandbag for training is fine, but if not handy, a banana tree does the same job. The boxing bouts often take place on Buddhist holidays, where the villagers come together on a countryside festival. A simple improvised boxing ring is all they need, and the young "temple fighters" enter the ring to win 5000 or 6000 Kip, which is less than a Dollar. It is not much, but kick boxing means inevitable betting at the same time. If a fighter wins, at least his family can make some profit with a bet. In villages or small towns near Vientiane the Muay Lao scene is already a bit more professional and better developed. Usually once per week young boxers fight for little price money and for an invitation to join the "big fights" in the big Circus in Vientiane.

The complete article about Muay Lao on my travel blog.

Website: Dietmar Temps, photography
Blog: Dietmar Temps, travel blog

Everything Must Go
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Image by Daveography.ca
No, I’m not actually selling my old Nikon EM. It may not work, but it was my grandfather’s camera, and looks great on my shelf thankyouverymuch.

This shot was made using two techniques I have not used until today: Tethered shooting, and blending a composite in Photoshop. This photo was blended from two images, one of my right hand holding the Nikon, and the second of my left hand holding the . I used tethered shooting to be able to see the result on my laptop screen as I shot, so I could adjust my hand positions accordingly.

Important lesson learned when blending like this: Always make sure your lighting matches 100% exactly. If you change position and partially block the light in one shot from the other, you won’t be able to easily blend the images.

Session “Step 3: $$$$PROFIT$$$$ Making money with Drupal websites”
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