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World Premiere of ?CHANGE: The Brain and Divinity? Held in Sedona

World Premiere of “CHANGE: The Brain and Divinity” Held in Sedona

Executive Producer Ilchi Lee at the world premiere of his latest film “CHANGE: the Brain and Divnity”

(PRWEB) October 20, 2014

Ilchi Lee’s latest film, “CHANGE: The Brain and Divinity,” was met with warm applause at a Red Carpet Event at the Sedona Creative Life Center on Thursday, October 9, 2014, where nearly 200 people gathered.

The film, which is a sequel to last year’s “CHANGE: The LifeParticle Effect,” explores the idea that the potential for human greatness lies within the human brain. Executive Producer Ilchi Lee calls that greatness divinity, and suggests that everyone has the potential to be great if they know how to use that aspect of their brain.

The event, hosted by the Sedona Meditation Center and local media company Change Your Energy, began with a buffet in the center’s courtyard and a book signing by author Rebecca Tinkle. Tinkle’s novel, “The Secret of Mago Castle,” is a spiritual adventure set in Sedona, AZ. Inspired by Ilchi Lee’s Brain Education method, the book suggests what the destiny of the human race would be if it fulfilled its highest potential.

Audience members were comprised of Sedona Meditation Center students, fans of Ilchi Lee’s works including his bestselling book “The Call of Sedona” and his first film “CHANGE: The LifeParticle Effect,” out of town visitors and members of the Sedona community.

One attendee named Lonnie, who years ago sustained a brain injury that left him with intermittent memory loss, said, “I had just seen the flyer for the film that afternoon and was intrigued. The film reminded me that I am more than my memories. I am able to heal my brain, expand and grow forward no matter what the past held for me.”

The film’s main premise is what Ilchi Lee coined the Brain Operating System or BOS, which he compared to a computer operating system. With animations and dramatic reenactments, the film described five principles on which the BOS runs, which by practicing them, can be the key to unlocking the true potential of humankind.

These concepts were reinforced by real-world examples of people applying the principles of BOS, both in the United States and in Lee’s native South Korea. Spiritual and brain education thought leaders weighed in on what BOS could mean for the future of humanity and the planet.

After the film, Ilchi Lee gave a talk about his personal journey from Korea to Sedona via Los Angeles and the early struggles with school studies that inspired him to seek a better way to educate the whole person—body, mind and soul.

Rebecca Tinkle concluded the evening with a reading of a passage from her novel, reinforcing the film’s message of hope for humanity’s ability to awaken to their divine consciousness in the present era.

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Top 10 computer manufacturers in the world

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Nearly One in Five U.S. Adults Are Concerned that the World Will End on December 21, 2012 According to Backblaze Survey

Nearly One in Five U.S. Adults Are Concerned that the World Will End on December 21, 2012 According to Backblaze Survey

San Mateo, CA (PRWEB) December 13, 2012

Backblaze, leading provider of continuous online backup, today released the findings of a survey conducted online on their behalf by Harris Interactive among over 3,000 U.S. adults. The study examines people’s general concerns going into the New Year and regrets in the event of the Apocalypse on December 21, 2012. The survey was commissioned in light of the ever-increasing dialogue around the Mayan calendar ending and the apocalyptic consequences that people think this may bring about. Backblaze, naturally, advocates that if the world does not end on this date, it is vital to have a backup plan going forward.

While, nearly one in five (16%) U.S. adults report they are at least somewhat concerned that the world will in fact end on December 21, 2012; their primary concerns are a bit more mundane. Nearly three out of four (73%) people showed at least some level of concern for losing files on their computer (e.g. documents, photos, music) and nearly one half (47%) reported they are extremely/fairly concerned about digital file loss. Losing family photos also showed a strong response, with 70% reporting that this was of at least some concern.

“While this survey was commissioned as a bit tongue-in-cheek, at Backblaze we hear from people every day who feel as though their world is collapsing when they have lost precious files, photos and documents. We founded Backblaze because we recognized the importance of helping people have a ‘backup plan’ to ensure that every piece of data, no matter the size, is continuously, safely and securely backed up.

We had a surge of customers recently that we were able to help rebuild their digital life following loss and damage to their computers from Hurricane Sandy. This study demonstrates just how devastating losing files on one’s computer can be,” said Gleb Budman, CEO and co-founder of Backblaze.

When asked if the apocalypse were truly coming on this date, what regrets would people have, if any, 70% reported that they would have some regret. Not traveling more was cited most often by U.S. adults with nearly one-third (32%) reporting to have this regret, which was followed closely by those who regretted not spending more time with their families (30%). Nearly one in four people (23%) reported that they would regret not following their dreams and spending too much time worrying about money (22%). And one in four men (25%) would regret not having had more sex if the Mayan prediction proves true. Interestingly, only 10% of women surveyed would have the same regret.

Other interesting facts to note from the survey include:

    Over half (51%) of employed U.S. adults are at least somewhat concerned on some level about losing their job in 2013.
    40% expressed at least some concern that they were entering the New Year having not followed through with their 2012 New Year’s resolutions.
    Nearly one in five (14%) U.S. adults would regret working too much if the world came to an end on December 21, 2012 and 11% would regret spending so much time worrying too much about their weight.

In the event that the world is going to be around for a while, Backblaze would like people to know that its service is the easiest way to backup all their data online. It requires no user set up; backs up unlimited data, and can also help locate a lost or stolen computer all for just five dollars per month. Backblaze’s service delivers peace of mind with the assurance that users can access their files, any time, from any computer with an Internet connection. To learn more about Backblaze and this study visit

Survey Methodology

This survey was conducted online within the United States by Harris Interactive on behalf of Backblaze from December 7-11, 2012 among 3,036 adults’ ages 18 and older. This online survey is not based on a probability sample and therefore no estimate of theoretical sampling error can be calculated. For complete survey methodology, including weighting variables, please contact press(at)backblaze(dot)com.

About Backblaze

Founded by a team of serial entrepreneurs with security, scalability and usability backgrounds, located in the heart of Silicon Valley, Backblaze’s mission is to ensure that all computer data is backed up. Winner of Best Online Backup 2012 and the AlwaysOn Global Top 250 private companies for game-changing technology and market value, Backblaze provides a free trial and automatically backs up all data on a PC or Mac for just $ 5/month, $ 50/year, or $ 95/ two years. Visit for more information or to backup your own computer. Backblaze is a registered trademark of Backblaze, Inc.

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Certiport Launches Inaugural Adobe Certified Associate World Championship

Certiport Launches Inaugural Adobe Certified Associate World Championship

Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) November 29, 2012

Certiport (, the official test delivery solution provider for the global workforce and academic markets, today announced the 2013 Adobe® Certified Associate(ACA) World Championship, an annual competition designed to showcase digital communications skills and promote industry certification. Regional Champions will be selected from among all eligible entries during the Qualification Round, and the World Championship Round will be held in Washington DC from July 31-August 3, 2013.

Details about the ACA World Championship:

“Students who earn the ACA certification are proficient users of Adobe tools and now they have an outlet to share their mastery and creativity,” said Jim Holm, Executive Vice President, Certiport. “The Adobe Certified Associate World Championship will showcase the digital communications skills of participants while building their confidence and motivating more individuals to validate in-demand workforce skills.”

A worldwide survey of 352 HR professionals in the first quarter of 2012 by Towers Watson showed that of all technical capabilities, digital business skills are seen as the most critical today. Students will now be able to demonstrate digital communications proficiency via the ACA World Championship, available to thousands of academic institutions worldwide.

“Adobe Photoshop is recognized worldwide as the industry-standard software used by professionals as well as enthusiasts to edit, manipulate and transform digital images,” said Tacy Trowbridge, Worldwide Manager of Education Programs, Adobe. “With the ACA Championship, Certiport is creating an outlet for students to demonstrate real-world application of their skills validating their expertise to potential employers, their peers and instructors.”

To participate, a student must submit a passing score on the Adobe® Photoshop® ACA exam between October 4, 2012 and May 15, 2013. During the Championship Round, contestants will be assigned a design challenge to which they must respond using Adobe Photoshop CS6. Contestant designs will be reviewed by a panel of judges. First, second and third place winners will be selected based on their design score, and will be awarded scholarship money and software prizes.

Visit to learn the rules and restrictions for participating in the 2013 ACA Championship. More information about the Adobe Certified Associate program can be found at:

About Certiport

Certiport, a Pearson VUE business, is the leading provider of certification exam development, delivery and program management services delivered through an expansive network of over 12,000 Certiport Authorized Testing Centers worldwide. Certiport manages a sophisticated portfolio of leading certification programs including: the official Microsoft Office Specialist certification program, the Microsoft Technology Associate certification program, the Adobe® Certified Associate certification program, the HP Accredited Technical Associate, the CompTIA Strata™ IT Fundamentals, the Autodesk Certified User certification program, the Intuit QuickBooks Certified User certification program and the Internet and Computing Core Certification (IC³®). Certiport reliably delivers over two million tests each year throughout the secondary, post-secondary, workforce and corporate technology markets in more than 158 countries and 27 languages worldwide. For more information, please visit or follow Certiport on Twitter at

“Certiport,” “IC³” and “MeasureUp” are registered trademarks of Certiport, Inc. in the United States and other countries. The names of actual companies and products mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners.

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Redemtech Helps KINfolk Connect Seriously Ill Children with Outside World

Redemtech Helps KINfolk Connect Seriously Ill Children with Outside World

Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) September 9, 2008 -–

Redemtech, (, a world leader in IT asset disposition and Technology Change Management (TCM) services, is helping KINfolk and a top five pharmaceutical corporation expand the drug company’s laptop computer donations program to benefit seriously ill children. KINfolk is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization.

Based on the success of similar contributions in the past, the pharmaceutical company will donate 100 additional IBM T41 computers to KINfolk, with most of the units provided to young patients at Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children. KINfolk, based in Wilmington, Del., uses technology such as laptop computers and Internet access to help connect seriously ill children to their families, friends and other online opportunities.

Redemtech, which is the first commercial Community Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher (CMAR) in North America, will install Windows XP Professional operating systems (OS) and the Microsoft Office Suite on all of the donated laptops for a $ 5 administration fee per software application.

“This latest donation will allow more than 5,000 ill and injured children annually—who otherwise may not have had the opportunity—to communicate with the outside world,” said Robert Houghton, president and CEO of Redemtech. “Providing laptops for these young patients truly reinforces the value that a donation program can have for others.”

Because Redemtech has been able to minimize OS and imaging costs, KINfolk is able to use grants and funding to expand their valuable service to additional homes and facilities throughout the country.

“Everyone from young children to parents can use the computers to stay in touch with the outside world—whether they are communicating with friends, providing updates on the child’s condition, paying bills or keeping pace with school work,” said Melinda McGuigan, KINfolk’s executive director.

Redemtech worked with KINfolk to provide the specifications for the PCs received and the OS installed to complete the paperwork required to ensure eligibility in the Community Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher program.

KINfolk participates in Redemtech’s TakeBack program, which provides free asset recovery and recycling services at the donated systems’ end of life. The program not only saves recycling fees, but it ensures the electronic waste is disposed of in a safe manner.

“We believe that all IT equipment should be recycled, and this type of contribution enables companies of all sizes to put outdated equipment to use to meet others’ needs,” McGuigan said.

About KINfolk

Since 1999, KINfolk has been lending laptop computers and Internet access to children whose lives have been disrupted by disease and injury. Working with corporate donors, the non-profit organization provides laptop computers, operating systems, Internet access and filters and tracking software to children and families nationwide to keep them in touch with their support network at a time when they need it most. Visit

About Redemtech

Redemtech Technology Change Management (TCM) services help organizations increase IT asset utilization and assure regulatory compliance during technology transitions. Redemtech provides an outsourced solution to TCM that uses best practices and automated technologies to implement and manage processes for deploying, redeploying and decommissioning computer systems. Redemtech clients can realize a 40 percent to 70 percent reduction in asset recovery and disposition costs, while achieving 100 percent warranted data security and environmental compliance assurance. Redemtech is a wholly owned subsidiary of Micro Electronics, one of the largest privately held technology companies in the United States. For more information on Redemtech visit



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Cheap Computers: The world of Computers now in reach of all hands

Article by Jacob Marshal

The modern day customer is in no mood to suppress his choices when it comes to attaining complete value for his money. The world of computers is no exception to these universal phenomena.

The computer world of today offers no scope for a product manufacturer to stick to the traditional/obsolete techniques of production and advertising. This clearly means that no manufacturer can survive for long in this cut-throat competitive world of today unless he is willing to accept the changes taking place in today’s market world.

A prospective computer buyer must consider factors such as overall quality, warranty, performance, price, substitute products and compatibility with operating systems, applications and software. Before that, a complete and comprehensive market study of the traditional as well as the online market is highly recommended since that ensures a fair deal. A detailed and comprehensive study of the traditional as well as the online market can indeed help a prospective customer. Similarly, the advice of friends, relatives and colleagues can also prove crucial before the purchase deal is signed.

The present day market is flooded with products that line up to grab the attention of the customers. This, in fact, makes the task of the customers a lot more complicated since he needs to make his choices and the choice is just unlimited. The availability of so many products means that the customer needs to be extra-conscious when dealing or indulging with cheap computer purchase.

The world of computers has benefited from several factors such as the positive market trends, emergence of new market players, intense competition and innovations. In addition to these factors, the favourable market trends along with governmental policies have also contributed to the unprecedented growth and popularity to the world of cheap computers.

The most popular source of such information is the Internet. A prospective customer can easily have access to all the relevant information on the Internet so as to enable him to get the right deal.

Thus, it can be easily concluded that a prospective customer of cheap computers must prioritise his needs and preferences before going into the market. This will surely help him to find a “fair and reasonable deal” besides helping him to get reasonable bargains.

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Jacob Marshal, an author who writes on different themes for Rupiz Compare and appeal to visit the site to get information about UPS Accessories and Personal Organisers.

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Story of the World, Vol. 1: Ancient Times Chapter 5

History will never be the same. This spirited reading of the first in Susan Wise Bauer’s Story of the World history series brings to life the stories and records of the peoples of ancient times. Now more than ever, other countries and customs affect our everyday lives-and our children need to learn about the people who live all around the globe. Susan Wise Bauer has provided a captivating guide to the history of the ancient world. Written in an engaging, straightforward manner, The Story of the World weaves world history into a storybook format. This volume covers the major historical events from the beginning of civilization to the fall of the Roman Empire. This Story of the World audiobook is a collaboration between Jim Weiss, whose voice is liquid gold (CNN TV), and Susan Wise Bauer, whose writing has been described as timeless and intelligent (Publishers Weekly). It may be used along with the print book, as a supplement to a traditional history curriculum, or independently. Susan Wise Bauer is a novelist and educator. With her mother, Jessie Wise, she co-authored The Well-Trained Mind: A Guide to Classical Education at Home (Revised Edition, Norton, 2009), a book that has rapidly become an educational standard. Susan teaches at The College of William and Mary in Virginia. She was home-educated herself; she and her husband Peter teach their four children at home as well. Visit her homepage at Jim Weiss has been a storyteller for over 25 years
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Best computers in the world (2009)

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