Monthly Archives: October 2012

White Collar Crime and Fraud Prevention Speaker - Chuck Gallagher

If your buddy or close friend shares information about what’s going on with their company, visit in your head (www.zipit.com – made up website) and keep your mouth shut.  You can’t know something that someone else does not know, act on it for personal gain, and expect to remain free.  Van Gilder, a young man, now faces substantial time in federal prison – something that is life changing.

Notice how simply his alleged crime started and how it mushroomed.  There is a lesson here for others to learn!

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Insurance executive Michael Van Gilder, age 45, of Denver, was indicted by a federal grand jury in Denver on five counts of insider trading.  The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, which today filed a complaint charging Van Gilder with civil insider trading violations, conducted a parallel civil investigation and substantially contributed to the criminal investigation of the case as well…

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Here's a seriously impressive photo of Hurricane Sandy captured from the NOAA-NASA GOES-13 satellite yesterday.

There are no words that quite describe the power of nature as this single image does.

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NOAA's GOES-13 satellite captured this visible image of the massive Hurricane Sandy on Oct. 28 at 1302 UTC (9:02 a.m. EDT). The line of clouds from the Gulf of Mexico north are associated with the cold front that Sandy is merging with. Sandy's western cloud edge is already over the Mid-Atlantic and northeastern U.S….

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via Imaging Resource News Page http://www.imaging-resource.com/news/2012/10/29/amazing-terrifying-satellite-photo-of-hurricane-sandy-from-space

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IR founder Dave Etchells and Managing Editor Roger Slaven are in New York at the PDN PhotoPlus Expo, and they've captured a video of the brand-new Nikon V2 mirrorless camera in action.

Beyond its radical new styling, the Nikon V2 sports quite a few other changes from the earlier V1 model. There's a new control layout with a clever pushable command input dial, and a built-in, popup flash strobe that replaces the optional, proprietary strobe from the earlier camera. There's also a Best Moment Capture function with a clever Slow…

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via Imaging Resource News Page http://www.imaging-resource.com/news/2012/10/25/video-preview-hands-on-with-the-nikon-v2

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We rolled down the hill with a Samsung EX2F digicam before tonight's opening game of the 2012 World Series between the Detroit Tigers and San Francisco Giants. Thought we'd get you in the mood.

When we turned on the camera, it greeted us with, “Card Error.” Which was something of a surprise since we thought that series was over.

We pulled the Micro SD card adapter out, fiddle with the little Micro SD card, got past the error, reformatted and put the EX2F in Program mode, switching aspect ratios now and then. We also dared to…

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via Imaging Resource News Page http://www.imaging-resource.com/news/2012/10/24/samsung-ex2f-world-series-play-ball

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Departing radically from the Nikon 1 V1's original design, the new Nikon V2 goes all out to leave the rather bland looks of the V1 behind while maintaining the family resemblance, with broad curves and a bulky industrial look. The end result is rather odd at first glance, with a big grip and a rectangular EVF and built-in flash hump on top. The Nikon 1 V2 also integrates more enthusiast-friendly features, like a more inclusive Mode dial and a Command dial as well, for quicker adjustments.

Where the rubber meets the road, though,…

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via Imaging Resource News Page http://www.imaging-resource.com/news/2012/10/24/nikon-1-v2-gets-more-megapixels-an-upgraded-sensor-and-a-radical-new-desi

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Epson introduced three new canvases at PhotoPlus Expo today. The Signature Worthy canvases are available in three finishes, like the company's previous offerings, but are much lighter weight, do not use optical brighteners and yet are still quite bright.

The big news is that the Exhibition canvas with Gloss Natural, Satin Natural and Matte Natural surfaces maintain a bright, near-white surface in the mid-90s without using optical brightening agents. We've got a few rolls here for testing on the Epson R3000 and even without ICC profiles…

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via Imaging Resource News Page http://www.imaging-resource.com/news/2012/10/23/epson-unveils-oba-free-bright-new-canvas

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