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   Aug 12

Start dieting

Before starting to diet make sure to check with your doctor. They will be able to let you in on restrictions for you and how much you need to lose. They may even have recommendations for type of diet and so on.  WebMD.com online has been very helpful for me in losing weight.


   Mar 11

Defining a weight loss plan

In order to achieve permanent success, you want to choose a weight loss program that will allow you to change your lifestyle rather than just providing a means for you to lose weight. That means you learn what foods will promote weight loss and what foods you need to restrict during your weight loss such as simple carbohydrates. You also need a program that provides at least 1000 calories per day and allows you enough complex carbohydrates to keep your energy level sufficient for you to carry out your daily activities. You want to avoid any diet programs that eliminate entire food groups or unreasonably restrict carbohydrates.


   Nov 16

SOPA copyright bill draws fire

by CNET News staff

The Stop Online Piracy Act is intended to target “rogue” Web sites, but critics say it’ll knock the stuffing out of legitimate sites as well.

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SOPA bill won’t make U.S. a ‘repressive regime,’ Democrat says

A last-minute campaign against the Stop Online Piracy Act may be working. It certainly has the bill’s backers on the defensive at today’s hearing before a House committee.
(Posted in Privacy Inc. by Declan McCullagh)
November 16, 2011 8:14 a.m. PT 

 

ZDNet: SOPA, pols run into Internet buzz saw

The Stop Online Piracy Act raises a ruckus as the Internet wakes up to realize that this nutty copyright bill could actually pass.
(Posted in Between the Lines by Larry Dignan)
November 16, 2011, 10:15 a.m. PT 

 

Hollywood’s SOPA testimony links job loss to piracy

MPAA executive who is testifying today in support of the copyright bill says that piracy kills jobs–not just for the super-rich Hollywood actors, but people who sell paint and do the dry cleaning for movie and TV productions.
(Posted in Media Maverick by Greg Sandoval)
November 16, 2011 7:34 a.m. PT 

 

Copyright Office will endorse SOPA antipiracy bill

The U.S. Copyright Office plans to endorse the controversial Hollywood-backed bill called the Stop Online Piracy Act.
(Posted in Privacy Inc. by Declan McCullagh)
November 15, 2011 6:53 a.m. PT 

 

Google, Facebook, Zynga oppose new SOPA copyright bill

In advance of the first House of Representatives hearing on the Stop Online Piracy Act, opponents of the measure gain new allies in Google, Facebook, Twitter, Zynga, and other Web companies.
(Posted in Privacy Inc. by Declan McCullagh)
November 15, 2011 9:44 a.m. PT 

 

Warner Bros. denies abusing DMCA in Hotfile case

Hotfile’s allegations that the film studio filed false takedown requests sound outrageous, but the problem is they don’t hold up.
(Posted in Media Maverick by Greg Sandoval)
November 14, 2011 4:00 a.m. PT 

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RIAA chief: Copyright bills won’t kill the Internet

guest column Cary Sherman argues that legislation targeting “rogue Web sites” would make the Web safer for content creators, without wide-ranging ripple effects or collateral damage.
(Posted in Digital Media by Cary Sherman)
November 8, 2011 6:13 

 

SOPA: Hollywood’s latest effort to turn back time

commentary The bill introduced last week in the House is nothing short of a regulatory coup by Hollywood. It’s the latest in a series of increasingly desperate efforts to put the Internet genie back in the bottle.
(Posted in Politics and Law by Larry Downes)
November 1, 2011 10:02 a.m. PT 

 

U.S. government also a villain in piracy act story

The MPAA has presented the U.S. House of Representatives with a custom-crafted bill designed to put the Internet fully under the control of the industries it represents. And our government has aided and abetted along the way for years. Time for a revolution?
(Posted in Molly Rants by Molly Wood)
October 31, 2011 10:58 p.m. PT 

 

Rep. Lofgren: Copyright bill is the ‘end of the Internet’

Democratic congresswoman from Silicon Valley, who will likely lead congressional opposition to Stop Online Piracy Act, warns that the bill if passed would mean an end to the Internet as we know it.
(Posted in Privacy Inc. by Declan McCullagh)
October 27, 2011 11:25 a.m. PT


   Jun 20

Indie Life Radio

Indie music at it’s best 24 hours a day.   www.indieliferadio.com for the best music you have never heard.  We are also letting the world know we are looking for DJ’s.


   Jun 06

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