Magazine publication – Didgeridoo Magazin http://didgeridoomagazin.com/ Mon, 27 Jun 2022 20:59:57 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://didgeridoomagazin.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/icon-4-150x150.png Magazine publication – Didgeridoo Magazin http://didgeridoomagazin.com/ 32 32 Chiefland Shopper will cease publication after this week https://didgeridoomagazin.com/chiefland-shopper-will-cease-publication-after-this-week/ Mon, 27 Jun 2022 20:59:57 +0000 https://didgeridoomagazin.com/chiefland-shopper-will-cease-publication-after-this-week/ After 46 years of delivering print ads to Perry-area consumers, the Chiefland Shopper will stop delivering to area mailboxes after this week. After 46 years of delivering print ads to Perry-area consumers, the ‘Chiefland Shopper’ will stop delivering to area mailboxes after this week, the latest local victim of the government’s revenue slump. impression and […]]]>

After 46 years of delivering print ads to Perry-area consumers, the Chiefland Shopper will stop delivering to area mailboxes after this week.


After 46 years of delivering print ads to Perry-area consumers, the ‘Chiefland Shopper’ will stop delivering to area mailboxes after this week, the latest local victim of the government’s revenue slump. impression and advertiser preference to further enrich behemoths like Facebook and Google.

A U.S. Postal Service employee in Perry confirmed that Gannett Co. Inc., which owns the “Perry Chief” and “Chiefland Shopper,” notified the USPS about a month ago that it would stop publishing at the end of June. Repeated attempts to reach a representative for Gannett on Monday were unsuccessful.

Perry has seen several of its free print publications disappear in recent years. Johnston-based ‘Perry Living’ magazine ceased publishing its free monthly edition of Perry in December 2019, and the ‘CHAT Sheet’, long a daily companion in local restaurants and cafes, was reduced to a publication bi-weekly before falling victim to COVID. -19 global pandemic in August 2020.

Perry’s Free Shopper began publishing in January 1976 as the “Quad-County Shopper”, a product of the Chief Printing Co., which also owned the “Perry Daily Chief”. The customer was renamed “Chiefland Shopper” in May 1981 and printing was moved from Wednesday to Tuesday. The “Daily Chief” became the weekly “Chief” in November 1983.

The “Chief” and his buyer sister were sold by their local owners in 2013 to a Las Vegas newspaper chain, which in turn sold the products in 2015 to GateHouse Media. The shopper’s circulation, which for many years was stable at 12,000 copies per week, was reduced to around 6,000 per week in 2016 under former publisher Lisa Widick.

GateHouse merged with Gannett in 2019 to form Gannett Co. Inc., now the largest newspaper company in the United States with more than 250 daily publications and several hundred weekly titles.

In addition to the now defunct Chiefland Shopper, Iowa titles published – for now – by Gannett Co. Inc. include the “Des Moines Register”, “Ames Tribune”, “Boone News Republican”, ” Boone County Shopping News”, “Dallas County News”, buyer “Dallas Today”, “Nevada Journal”, “Story City Herald” and “Tri-County Times”.

The Chief Printing Co. began publishing a shopper in January 1976. The company changed the name of the shopper in 1981 and began printing it on Tuesdays.

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75 years after its publication, “On the road” by Kerouac still inspires with its ideas of freedom https://didgeridoomagazin.com/75-years-after-its-publication-on-the-road-by-kerouac-still-inspires-with-its-ideas-of-freedom/ Sat, 25 Jun 2022 14:14:14 +0000 https://didgeridoomagazin.com/75-years-after-its-publication-on-the-road-by-kerouac-still-inspires-with-its-ideas-of-freedom/ The avowed purpose of any good travel novel is to change the way the reader sees the world. Author Manil Suri called VS Naipaul’s 1961 Trinidad novel “A Home for Mr. Biswas”, a “fascinating new universe waiting to be explored”. Novelist Jennifer Belle said that, although she’s never traveled to Japan, Banana Yoshimoto’s “Kitchen” made […]]]>

The avowed purpose of any good travel novel is to change the way the reader sees the world.

Author Manil Suri called VS Naipaul’s 1961 Trinidad novel “A Home for Mr. Biswas”, a “fascinating new universe waiting to be explored”. Novelist Jennifer Belle said that, although she’s never traveled to Japan, Banana Yoshimoto’s “Kitchen” made her “swear I’ve been there.”

Few books, however, capture this life-changing sense of freedom and the endless possibilities of travel as beautifully as Jack Kerouac’s classic “On the Road.”

Published 75 years ago this year, the book is a fiction novel based on the real-life journey that Kerouac undertook with his friend Neal Cassady across America in the late 1940s. Their names have been changed – the author became Sal Paradise while Cassidy was Dean Moriarty – but the events of the trip were meticulously chronicled in a series of notebooks Kerouac kept of their experience.

Influenced by the improvisatory fluidity of jazz, Kerouac altered the language used in the novel, creating new words and ways to tell the story of how he found America. “Nothing behind me, everything in front of me,” he wrote, “as is always the case on the road.”

“‘On the Road’ is a love letter to America,” said Doug Brinkley, a history professor at Rice University in Houston, Texas, and authorized biographer of Kerouac.

He said Kerouac, who served in the United States Merchant Navy, benefited from the educational opportunities offered to veterans after World War II. During this post-war period of prosperity, Brinkley said, gasoline and tires were no longer rationed and more and more Americans opted for road trips for vacations.

“We thought that the automobile was a mechanism of freedom, that we were not chained to the ticking chains of a railway depot or to the airport where we must arrive at a certain time. “Brinkley said. “With an automobile, you could turn right or left. You can go far or short. You could be anywhere anytime.

“Kerouac had a famous phrase, ‘Where are you going, America, in your shining car in the night?’ This idea of ​​driving at night on a freeway or side road is both lonely and exhilarating, especially when you get west of the Mississippi (river) The scenery is so spectacular in every direction I think Kerouac launched this idea of ​​going to discover the real America.

“He tapped into the zeitgeist,” said Jim Benning, editor of Westways, a magazine produced by the Automobile Club of Southern California for AAA members. “He was definitely convinced that suddenly the country was there to be discovered and cars were the perfect way to do that.”

The appeal of the open road was not just its new accessibility. Kerouac weaved beatnik romanticism into every sentence, creating a new type of travel writing that was loose and fresh and sparked the reader’s imagination.

“He was a poet at heart,” Benning said. “His prose is so full of lyricism, love of language and love of life. He’s just a brilliant writer.

“I’m a travel editor, so I read a lot of travel stories these days, and there just aren’t a lot of amazing writers doing the kind of work he was doing. He really renewed the language and found new ways to describe the expanses of countryside or the road ahead. He just had a present.

As a result, Benning said, Kerouac’s writing feels like being on the road with the author, rather than reliving a second-hand experience.

Brinkley said the novel not only inspired a new way of thinking about writing, but also contemplating the spiritual aspect of travel.

“‘On the Road’ is a book of liberation, of freedom, of discovering what Kerouac called ‘it’ – that special moment when everything seems perfect,” Brinkley said. “Whether it’s the free verse poetry of Walt Whitman or the prose of Langston Hughes, spontaneity is our American instinct. And, this book seems spontaneous, and that’s the American tradition.

“You don’t need a doctorate to be a poet. If it’s a song about yourself, about finding your inner freedom, your inner poetic spirit, then what you write on a napkin at a roadhouse is poetry,” Brinkley continued.

“You create your own visionary life. There are a lot of swirls in “On the Road” that point to (the idea that) freedom is yours if you can shed the square blocks of your mind and embrace the vitality of the open road.

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Three lessons in inclusive commissioning from student-turned-independent publication Kindred Magazine https://didgeridoomagazin.com/three-lessons-in-inclusive-commissioning-from-student-turned-independent-publication-kindred-magazine/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 13:16:48 +0000 https://didgeridoomagazin.com/three-lessons-in-inclusive-commissioning-from-student-turned-independent-publication-kindred-magazine/ Credit: by Kindred Magazine Originally a student magazine set up by a group of ten students, family magazine won Best Newcomer Publication at the Student Publication Association Awards a few months ago. The team behind the post was motivated to continue even after completing its course and is transforming Kinship into a full-fledged independent […]]]>


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Originally a student magazine set up by a group of ten students, family magazine won Best Newcomer Publication at the Student Publication Association Awards a few months ago. The team behind the post was motivated to continue even after completing its course and is transforming Kinship into a full-fledged independent publication, aided by university funding.

“We saw our target audience as much like us; people from underrepresented backgrounds,” said editor Reem Makari. Journalism.co.uk.

“We were all fed up with the stories of different people only being shown when they are in pain – we wanted to do something to celebrate those people.”

Although the magazine is small, it has an engaged audience, whether that be readers responding via Instagram, or interviewees and their friends and family reaching out with comments – Makari notes that some articles involve spend several days with sources.

And the team sticks to consistent routines to keep going and grow their community. Since its launch in November 2021, a new story has been published every weekday at 6 p.m.

The mission-driven approach was also a good way to find new voices to create content. While the original editorial team focused on getting their degrees, they brought in volunteer contributors to take some of the workload off them.

“A lot of the contributors were people who already loved what we do and got so committed that they’re now writing for us,” says Makari, who shared tips for putting inclusivity at the heart of the reporting and update process. in service.

Check multiple boxes

“You can’t just tick one diversity box, you have to tick more than one to be truly diverse,” says Makari.

She notes that many publications address diversity symbolically, such as featuring only one non-white model in a photoshoot, or rarely featuring people from more than one underrepresented group, whereas Kinship wanted to “find people who hadn’t been shown before”.

One of those interviewees was Antony Fitzgerald, a 57-year-old black model who runs a network of mature POC models.

Even though of the family audience is primarily made up of students under the age of 35, featuring people outside of the core readership demographic is part of their mission to elevate new voices. And that’s one of the reasons why Makari defines the target audience broadly: she believes that while people from underrepresented groups will be reflected in the articles, the magazine is also an opportunity for people who are not marginalized to understand and identify with others.

Diversity should run through every section

The magazine has a section called “Identity”, which includes interviews, reports and first-person articles exploring how different aspects of people’s identity (race, gender, illness or disability, and sexual identity) intersect with other aspects of their lives, and the magazine’s first issue was titled “Identity Issue”.

Recent articles include an insight into how women of color experience college hookup culture, an interview with a professional dominatrix, and an article on the role hobbies play in improving women’s body image. .

But it was important to the team from the start that people from underrepresented groups were not only portrayed as representatives of those groups, but also featured throughout the magazine in its other sections, such as fashion, entertainment and lifestyle.

So, a regular beauty post features beauty brands owned by POC, and a post in the fashion pages features an influencer with muscular dystrophy.

A regular new music feature takes time to incorporate lesser-known up-and-coming artists alongside releases and events from those audiences are already familiar with, to ensure the full roster is diverse in every way possible.

Just make the effort

of the family The team includes people from a wide variety of backgrounds, and the team actively encourages submissions from writers from diverse backgrounds, so some stories have been inspired by the writers’ own experiences or feature their personal relationships.

Numerous reports have sounded the alarm over the lack of diversity in the UK media, which increases the risk of overlooking or distorting the stories of communities of which journalists are not part.

Makari’s advice to journalists and editors is to make diversity and inclusiveness a core value and an integral part of every action you take.

“It’s about putting in real effort, trying to look at all the different areas you can cover, and doing a lot of research. When you talk about diversity, you’re not just talking about race or gender, you’re talk about a bunch of other things that people can relate to,” she says.

“If you’re going to push diversity, make that effort and go beyond the surface, try to see what people actually want and find a connection with your audience and what diversity means to them,” he adds. she.

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Five Tigers named preseason All-Americans by national publication https://didgeridoomagazin.com/five-tigers-named-preseason-all-americans-by-national-publication/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 16:56:33 +0000 https://didgeridoomagazin.com/five-tigers-named-preseason-all-americans-by-national-publication/ This week, Phil Steele Magazine published their preseason All-American teams, and Clemson is well represented. Five Tiger stars have been named Phil Steele Preseason All-Americans, including redshirt sophomore defensive tackle Bryan Bresee and junior defensive end Myles Murphy, both of whom won first-team All-Americans in the Steele’s All-American defensive team. Clemson junior linebacker Trenton Simpson […]]]>

This week, Phil Steele Magazine published their preseason All-American teams, and Clemson is well represented.

Five Tiger stars have been named Phil Steele Preseason All-Americans, including redshirt sophomore defensive tackle Bryan Bresee and junior defensive end Myles Murphy, both of whom won first-team All-Americans in the Steele’s All-American defensive team.

Clemson junior linebacker Trenton Simpson was named second-team All-American, while senior redshirt offensive tackle Jordan McFadden earned third-team All-American honors in All-American Offensive. by Steele.

Clemson super senior kicker BT Potter, meanwhile, was named a fourth-team All-American on Steele’s Special Teams All-American.

A former Top 5 National rookie who made an instant impact, earning Freshman All-America honors from multiple outlets in 2020 and earning a fourth All-American selection from Phil Steele in 2021, Murphy enters 2022 credited with 94 tackles ( 26.0 for loss), 11.0 sacks, five forced fumbles and three pass breakups in 963 snaps in 25 games (16 starts).

Simpson enters 2022 credited with 110 tackles (18.5 for loss), 10.0 sacks, three breakups and a forced fumble in 837 snaps in 25 games (15 starts), while Bresee enters this season credited with 48 tackles (9.5 for loss), 5.5 sacks, two pass breakups, one interception, one forced fumble and one safety in 586 defensive snaps in 16 games (14 starts). Before being limited to four games last season due to a torn ACL, Bresee became the second ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year in Clemson history in 2020, joining Dexter Lawrence (2016) .

McFadden is entering his third year as a starter in 2022 having had 1,971 career snaps in 42 career games (25 starts). He was a 2021 All-ACC second-team selection and also earned second-team all-conference honors from the AP, PFF and Phil Steele. The Spartanburg, South Carolina native had a team-high 872 offensive snaps in 13 games (all starts) last season, finishing the year as one of only four offensive or defensive players at Clemson to start each game. His 872 snaps were the most by a Clemson offensive tackle since 2016 (Mitch Hyatt, 994).

Potter enters 2022 with a career rating of 53 of 71 in field goals and a career rating of 185 of 186 in PAT in 55 career games (40 starts) and also enters 2022 with an average of 64.26 yards on 368 career kickoffs with 280 touchdowns. He became Clemson’s school record holder in career field goals over 40 and over 50 yards in 2021 and enters 2022 fourth in Clemson history in career points by a kicker (344), third in career PAT (185), fourth in career points (344) and seventh in goals scored (53). The Rock Hill, SC native became the first player in Clemson history to score 100 points in three different seasons and opened his career by converting his first 122 consecutive PATs, a school record.

Clemson opens the 2022 season against Georgia Tech at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta on Monday, Sept. 5 (8 p.m., ESPN).

–Clemson Athletic Communications contributed to this story

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Codexis Announces Publication of Research Demonstrating Proof of Concept for Site-Selective Chemoenzymatic Bioconjugation of Native Peptides https://didgeridoomagazin.com/codexis-announces-publication-of-research-demonstrating-proof-of-concept-for-site-selective-chemoenzymatic-bioconjugation-of-native-peptides/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 12:00:00 +0000 https://didgeridoomagazin.com/codexis-announces-publication-of-research-demonstrating-proof-of-concept-for-site-selective-chemoenzymatic-bioconjugation-of-native-peptides/ Codexis, Inc. Collaboration with Merck published in Science magazine REDWOOD CITY, Calif., June 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Codexis, Inc. (NASDAQ: CDXS), a leading enzyme engineering company enabling the promise of synthetic biology, today announces publication with Merck, known as MSD’s name outside of the United States and Canada, from an article in the peer-reviewed […]]]>

Codexis, Inc.

Collaboration with Merck published in Science magazine

REDWOOD CITY, Calif., June 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Codexis, Inc. (NASDAQ: CDXS), a leading enzyme engineering company enabling the promise of synthetic biology, today announces publication with Merck, known as MSD’s name outside of the United States and Canada, from an article in the peer-reviewed journal Sciencedetailing the development of a suite of enzymes and their application for the site-selective synthesis of insulin bioconjugates.

“Our ongoing agreement with Merck has produced multiple scientific breakthroughs in the field of enzyme engineering. This work described in Science is another great example of how scientific collaboration can effectively address the challenges facing the biotech industry,” said John Nicols, President and CEO of Codexis. “The development of this enzyme toolkit opens up opportunities to generate new clinical leads that were not possible before.”

The publication describes enzyme development and optimization using Codexis’ proprietary CodeEvolver® technology platform. Each enzyme has a unique specificity and has been evaluated for its ability to modify insulin. The work described highlights how enzymes can be engineered to functionalize peptides in targeted ways beyond what is possible with conventional chemical approaches.

“The ability to specifically target chemical moieties along a peptide chain opens up many possibilities for future protein modification,” said Ania Fryszkowska, Ph.D., Director, Biocatalysis, Enabling Technologies, Merck Research Laboratories and an author correspondent of the publication.

About Codexis

Codexis is a leading enzyme engineering company leveraging its proprietary CodeEvolver® platform to discover and develop novel high-performance enzymes and biotherapeutics. Codexis enzymes have applications in the sustainable manufacturing of pharmaceutical, food and industrial products; in creating the next generation of life science tools; and as gene therapy and oral enzyme therapies. The company’s unique performance enzymes drive improvements such as: reduced energy consumption, waste generation and capital requirements; higher yields; more accurate diagnoses; and more effective therapies. Codexis enzymes enable the promise of synthetic biology to improve the health of people and the planet. For more information, visit www.codexis.com.

Forward-looking statements

To the extent that the statements in this press release are not descriptions of historical facts about Codexis, they are forward-looking statements reflecting the current beliefs and expectations of management made pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. You should not place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements as they involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which are, in some cases, beyond the control of Codexis and which could materially affect actual results. Additional information about factors that could materially affect actual results is available in Codexis’ Annual Report on Form 10-K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) on February 28, 2022, including under “Risk Factors,” in Codexis’ Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q filed with the SEC on May 9, 2022, and in Codexis’ other periodic reports filed with the SEC. Codexis expressly disclaims any intention or obligation to update these forward-looking statements, except as required by law.

Contact with Investor Relations:

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Guardian Wins Brand of the Year Award at Society of Publication Design Awards | Price https://didgeridoomagazin.com/guardian-wins-brand-of-the-year-award-at-society-of-publication-design-awards-price/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 10:15:00 +0000 https://didgeridoomagazin.com/guardian-wins-brand-of-the-year-award-at-society-of-publication-design-awards-price/ The Guardian has won the Gold Medal for Brand of the Year at the Society of Publication Design Awards (SPD), announced at a presentation in New York last night (Thursday June 16). The annual SPD Awards celebrate creative editorial, recognizing excellent work in design, photography and illustration across print and digital platforms. The Brand of […]]]>

The Guardian has won the Gold Medal for Brand of the Year at the Society of Publication Design Awards (SPD), announced at a presentation in New York last night (Thursday June 16).

The annual SPD Awards celebrate creative editorial, recognizing excellent work in design, photography and illustration across print and digital platforms.

The Brand of the Year award, one of the highest honors, celebrates the publication that demonstrates brilliance of design and consistency of voice across a range of media, including print, digital, visuals, audio and video.

The Guardian won for its 200-year anniversary work, including its website and app, the flagship daily news podcast Today in briefits Oscar- and BAFTA-winning Documentaries strand, newspaper, Saturday magazine and online interactives.

Alex Breuer, Executive Creative Director, Guardian News & Media says:

“It’s a huge achievement and huge recognition of all the hard work that goes into the brilliant creative output that readers see across the Guardian every day. Our 200th anniversary was a defining moment, with constant collaboration and coming together of different people and ideas. This Brand of the Year award is a celebration for everyone who helped bring this project to life for The Guardian’s global readers.

Further information on the winners and finalists can be found on the Society of Publication Design Awards (SPD) website.

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California’s Uniform Single Publication Act https://didgeridoomagazin.com/californias-uniform-single-publication-act/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 23:30:05 +0000 https://didgeridoomagazin.com/californias-uniform-single-publication-act/ California has a number of formal acts in law. The Uniform Single Publication Act is contained in Section 4 of the Civil Code (General Provisions), Part 1 (Remedies), Title 4, which includes Articles 3425.1 through 3425.5. This was added in 1955 by Chapter 867. Article 3425.1 provides that Title 4 may be cited as the […]]]>

California has a number of formal acts in law. The Uniform Single Publication Act is contained in Section 4 of the Civil Code (General Provisions), Part 1 (Remedies), Title 4, which includes Articles 3425.1 through 3425.5. This was added in 1955 by Chapter 867.

Article 3425.1 provides that Title 4 may be cited as the single uniform act of publication. Section 3425.2 requires that this law be interpreted in such a way as to achieve its objective of uniformizing the law of the states or jurisdictions that enact it.

Section 3425.3 prohibits any person from having more than one cause of action for damages for defamation or slander or invasion of privacy or any other tort based on a single publication, exhibit or statement, such as than an issue of a newspaper or book or magazine or any presentation to an audience or any broadcast on radio or television or any presentation of a motion picture. Recovery in any action shall include all damages for such tort suffered by the plaintiff in all jurisdictions.

Section 3425.4 provides that a judgment in any jurisdiction for or against the plaintiff on the merits of any action for damages based upon a single publication, exhibit, or statement as described in Section 3425.3 bars any further action for damages. -interests by the same plaintiff against the same defendant based on the same publication or exhibit or statement.

Finally, Section 3425.5 prohibits Title 4 from being retroactive to causes of action existing on its effective date.

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VAALCO Announces Release of 2021 Environmental, Social and Governance Report https://didgeridoomagazin.com/vaalco-announces-release-of-2021-environmental-social-and-governance-report/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 18:43:28 +0000 https://didgeridoomagazin.com/vaalco-announces-release-of-2021-environmental-social-and-governance-report/ VAALCO has submitted its 2021 Environmental, Social and Governance (“ESG”) Report, and it is now available on its website, www.vaalco.com, under the “Sustainability” tab. The footsteps of Vaalco The ESG initiatives created by VAALCO in the report cover from 2019 to 2021. The company continuously consults with the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (“SASB”) to prepare […]]]>

VAALCO has submitted its 2021 Environmental, Social and Governance (“ESG”) Report, and it is now available on its website, www.vaalco.com, under the “Sustainability” tab.

The footsteps of Vaalco

The ESG initiatives created by VAALCO in the report cover from 2019 to 2021. The company continuously consults with the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (“SASB”) to prepare qualitative and quantitative information.

Their primary focus is the Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Sustainability Accounting Standard. This year, Vaalco has decided to take a more critical step towards the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (“TCFD”).

“We continue to focus on capturing, tracking, analyzing and ultimately reporting our ESG performance with our stakeholders. I am pleased to present VAALCO’s 2021 Annual ESG Report. General Manager George Maxwell commented on their release.

He also said: “In what has been a busy year for the team, the continued progress we are making in all aspects of our operational and social performance is very positive.

Finally, he underlined: “Above all, we are growing with our commitment to define a clear strategy for reducing emissions. We also continue to acquire new skills in our team. The appointment of an ESG Process Engineer with extensive experience in the oil and gas sector will allow the Company to take a pragmatic look at our operating base to design an appropriate decarbonization pathway. I look forward to providing further updates in due course.

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The company is headquartered in Houston, Texas. Also owns an independent energy company with production, development and exploration assets in the West African region. It holds a 63% stake in the Etame Marin block, located offshore Gabon. To date, has produced more than 126 million barrels of crude oil and operated by the Company.

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Dr. Leonard Barry Smith Selected for Publication of IAOTP’s Top 50 Intrepid Leaders https://didgeridoomagazin.com/dr-leonard-barry-smith-selected-for-publication-of-iaotps-top-50-intrepid-leaders/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 19:04:07 +0000 https://didgeridoomagazin.com/dr-leonard-barry-smith-selected-for-publication-of-iaotps-top-50-intrepid-leaders/ New York, NY, USA – 06-10-2022 – Dr. Leonard Barry Smith, DDS, MSc, FRCD(C), FAAPD(life), ABPD(life) Diplomat, Pediatric Dentist and former owner of his private practice, Dental Care for Children, located in Calgary, Alberta Canada, has recently been chosen to be listed in the International Association of Top Professionals (IAOTP) publication Top 50 Fearless Leaders. […]]]>

New York, NY, USA – 06-10-2022 –

Dr. Leonard Barry Smith, DDS, MSc, FRCD(C), FAAPD(life), ABPD(life) Diplomat, Pediatric Dentist and former owner of his private practice, Dental Care for Children, located in Calgary, Alberta Canada, has recently been chosen to be listed in the International Association of Top Professionals (IAOTP) publication Top 50 Fearless Leaders.

While being selected for publication in the IAOTP’s Top 50 Fearless Leaders publication is an honor in itself, only 50 of the world’s brightest, courageous, and inspiring professionals are selected for this accolade.

These special winners are carefully selected to share their stories of perseverance, resilience, passion and strength. They have made outstanding contributions to society; they have had an impact on their industries and are respected in their trades. A chapter was dedicated to each winner and the book was released this spring and became an international bestseller in Canada, Australia and the United States.

Dr. Smith is an exemplary genius in his field and has devoted more than fifty years of his career to pediatric dentistry. He was honored in 2019 as Best Pediatric Dentist of the Year and he will receive the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award from 2020. Along with these merits, Dr. Smith will be awarded as Best Pediatric Dentist of the decade while attending the 2022 IAOTP Annual Meeting. Awards Gala to be held at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas in December.

With such phenomenal impact during his professional career as a pediatric dentist, Dr. Smith has proven his genius and exceptional skills. His impressive past work experience includes: President of the Academy of Dentistry for the Handicapped, Chief of the Dental Department at Alberta Children’s Hospital, and Consultant to their Hemophilia and Cleft Palate teams. Dr. Smith is also an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Pediatrics, Faculty of Medicine, University of Calgary and an Associate Member of the Maternal and Child Health Research Institute at Alberta Children’s Hospital. He served as Chair of the Non-Hospital Dental Facility Accreditation Committee of the Alberta Dental Association and College.

Dr. Smith received his Doctor of Dental Surgery from the University of Alberta in 1968 and earned a Master of Science and Certification in Pedodontic Dentistry from The Ohio State University in 1972. In 1970 he completed a residency at Winnipeg Children’s Hospital. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada, Life Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and Life Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry.

Dr. Smith is the founder of two non-profit organizations, the Society for A Healthy Mouth Healthy Child (Alberta) and the Foundation for a Healthy Mouth Healthy Child in the United States. While Dr. Smith observed a significant increase in the incidence of early childhood caries (ECC) locally, he undertook further research and discovered that this problem was prevalent throughout North America. ECC, which can start as young as 9 months old, is an infectious disease and if left untreated or delayed treatment can cause serious health problems that may affect the child for life. of his life. Dr. Smith recognized the need to provide the public with compelling evidence that ECC was a disease that was not limited to baby teeth. As a result, Dr. Smith has organized awareness campaigns to explain why it is so essential to have preventive dental care from a baby’s first feeding in order to stop the onset of ECC.

Dr. Smith is widely known as the first formally trained pediatric dentist in Calgary and his practice was an established pediatric dentistry clinic in Calgary. Dental Care Children provides young Calgary patients with a warm, friendly, family-friendly dental experience. Dr. Smith’s passion, caring and educating his patients about oral care set him apart from other dentists. He has provided generations of patients and cared for healthy children, children with special needs, and patients ranging from newborns and up.

Recognized worldwide throughout his career, Dr. Smith has received numerous awards and honours. Last year, Dr. Smith was featured on the famous Reuters Building in Times Square, New York, for his selection as the best pediatric dentist of the decade. In 2019, he graced the cover of TIP (Top Industry Professionals) magazine and was named Best Pediatric Dentist of the Year. In 2017 he was selected as Pinnacle Professional of the Year by Continental Who’s Who and recognized by the International Association for HealthCare Professionals and Leading Physicians of the World. For 2014, he received a Special Achievement Award from the American Academy of Pediatrics for his distinguished service and dedication to the mission and goals of the Academy. For 2013, selected as Outstanding Professional of the Year by Worldwide Who’s Who. He was interviewed by CUTV News and is being considered for an exclusive interview to air on TIP Radio.

Looking back, Dr. Smith attributes his success to his wife and children, his education, the mentors he had the honor of working with, and his passion for research. When not working, he enjoys traveling and spending time with his family. Looking ahead, he hopes to continue educating people through an age-specific oral health program. He hopes that one day it will become the standard program globally, written in all major languages ​​and made available using broadband technology, to reach those in remote places. He believes that if we don’t teach today’s children and tomorrow’s parents why and how their oral health affects their overall health and development, early childhood cavities will never be controlled or eliminated. .

For more information on Dr. Smith, please visit: www.drleonardbarrysmith.com

To see the video biography, please visit: https://youtu.be/4t13lFxYrr0

About the IAOTP

The International Association of Top Professionals (IAOTP) is an international networking organization that selects the world’s most prestigious top professionals in different industries. These top professionals have the opportunity to collaborate, share their ideas, be keynote speakers, and help influence others in their fields. This organization is not a membership that anyone can join. You must be requested by the President or be nominated by a distinguished honorary member after a brief interview.

IAOTP experts have given thousands of prestigious professionals around the world the recognition and credibility they deserve and helped build their brand empires. The IAOTP prides itself on being a one-of-a-kind networking organization that selects only the best of the best and creates a networking platform that connects and brings together these top professionals.

For more information about the IAOTP, please visit: www.iaotp.com

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Publication of a key report essential step in the creation of a rail strategy over 30 years https://didgeridoomagazin.com/publication-of-a-key-report-essential-step-in-the-creation-of-a-rail-strategy-over-30-years/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 10:02:44 +0000 https://didgeridoomagazin.com/publication-of-a-key-report-essential-step-in-the-creation-of-a-rail-strategy-over-30-years/ The views of hundreds of organizations and individuals on the future priorities for Britain’s railways have been summarized and published today, marking an important step towards creating a 30-year strategy that will set the strategic context and the main priorities of the railway industry. The strategy, known as the Strategic Plan for the whole industry, […]]]>

The views of hundreds of organizations and individuals on the future priorities for Britain’s railways have been summarized and published today, marking an important step towards creating a 30-year strategy that will set the strategic context and the main priorities of the railway industry.

The strategy, known as the Strategic Plan for the whole industry, was commissioned by the Transport Secretary as part of the historic Williams-Shapps plan for rail in May 2021. The strategy will build on the Expertise and knowledge from the rail sector and beyond, and the Call for Evidence report which was released today is a key part of this collaborative process.

The Great British Railways Transition Team’s Call for Evidence Report summarizes the ideas and evidence from the 307 responses to the Call for Evidence. Decarbonization, accessibility, the need for a strong customer service ethic and financial sustainability, as well as the importance of integration with other transport, were among the areas of interest identified by respondents. Analysis of their responses reveals that:

  • Almost three-quarters (72%) of those who comment on customer needs highlighted the need to better understand customer, passenger and cargo expectations.
  • Seventy-one percent of environmental sustainability comments suggested that the railway could play a greater role in decarbonizing the entire transportation network
  • More than two-thirds (69%) of those who commented on the role of rail in leveling and connectivity shared their views on the role rail can play in facilitating better access to employment, education and social opportunities.

The evidence provided by respondents is used to help develop the strategy, informing decisions about how the railroad can improve and contribute to the country over the next three decades. Ultimately, the strategy will be used by ministers to ensure the railway meets public priorities.

Great British Railways Transition Team Leader Andrew Haines said:

“It has been a valuable experience engaging with key rail industry stakeholders and partners as part of this call for evidence process. We’ve met with hundreds of organizations, asking questions and unchecking how we can all create a simpler, better railroad for everyone.

“Mapping the views of our stakeholders and gathering evidence from them is central to creating a meaningful 30-year rail strategy. It was an ambitious process but made possible thanks to the will of those who contributed to it, I would like to thank everyone for their support.

Work on the strategy is well advanced and we continue to engage with a wide range of stakeholders as it develops. The first version of the strategy will be ready towards the end of the year.

You can read the call for evidence response report and a summary of it here.

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