Embark on John E. Quinlan’s remarkable journey from the halls of high finance through back roads and mountain passes on his Harley and then on to the rainforest of Papua New Guinea, where he and his wife Fiona, start an organic coffee community venture with over 2,500 tribal farmers.
Fraught with intrigue, danger, humor and the power of love, John Quinlan’s book is both a philosophical look at his inner man, and a page-turning adventure as they are shot at, participate in a tribal ritual to wipe a curse from their village, and fall at the hands of betrayal, sabotage, and even attempted murder.
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For six weeks this spring, the America's PrepareAthon! Campaign and other preparedness partners will focus on different hazards and provide simple actions that people and communities should take to prepare for each particular hazard.
This fifth week highlights hurricanes. Individuals, communities, businesses, schools, and houses of worship around the country are holding preparedness discussions, conducting drills, and taking specific steps to prepare for hurricanes.
People who live in hurricane-prone coastal areas should know their vulnerability to wind and flooding, as well as what to do to reduce the effects of both. People who live inland from coastal areas may also experience high winds, power outages, and flooding from torrential rain. Protecting yourself today means having sources for information, preparing your home and workplace, developing an emergency communication plan, and knowing what to do when a hurricane is approaching your community.
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This encryption flaw is one of the largest vulnerability the internet has ever seen. Who is affected? Everyone is at risk. Your important information is at risk. This includes, credit card information, email address, password, etc. Watch this video to find out what you can do to make sure your information is safe and how to keep it safe. http://youtu.be/kcNDIzzBClc
AdaptiveMobile, the world leader in mobile security today reveals that machine to machine (M2M) technology is on the verge of widespread adoption, with 10% of UK residents already using it regularly and 54% expecting their phone to talk to, unlock and start their car by 2015. While awareness is high, however, so too is concern over security, with 86% of respondents stating that they see risks associated with M2M technology. AdaptiveMobile will be demonstrating the reality of these threats at Mobile World Congress, with the remote hacking and unlocking of a front door via a mobile phone.
To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/53773-adaptive-mobile
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# 45 percent of 1,000 surveyed teens admitted parents are the biggest influence in deciding whether or not to have sex
# 88 percent of teens say it would be easier to postpone sex if they could have more open, honest conversations with their parents
# Two-thirds of U.S. teenagers who have had sexual relations wish they had waited longer.
1 in 4 youth have unwanted exposure to inappropriate pictures each year
Nine of 10 kids aged 8-16 have viewed pornography on the Internet, often in the process of doing homework
Students were most at risk for cybersex compulsions due to a combination of increased access to computers, more private leisure time, & developmental stage characterized by increased sexual awareness & experimentation. Both computer classes & colleges might need to recognize this increased vulnerability and institute new primary prevention strategies.
One in five children ages 10-17 have received a sexual solicitation over the Internet