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NEW FinePix T350–Blue (Cameras & Frames)

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July 31, 2013 at 11:16 pm

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ARECONT VISION AV2105DN DAY NIGHT CAM 2MEGPXL 1600X1200 IR CUT FILTER

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  • Superior Low Light Performance : 1/2″ CMOS Sensor
  • Dual Encoder H.264 (MPEG Part 10) and MJPEG
  • Fast MegaPixel Image Rates 24 fps
  • Bit Rate Control
  • Multi-Streaming

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PoE & Auxiliary Power: 12-48 VDC / 24 VAC , Get the best price

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July 31, 2013 at 7:14 pm

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Co-Working Spaces in New York City

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The co-working craze is sweeping the nation like nobody’s business. Budding entrepreneurs no longer have to work within the confines of their local coffee shops. So it comes as no surprise that in the City That Never Sleeps there are co-working facilities with amazing amenities popping up all over the place.Entrepreneurs providing Internships in New York City no longer have to stress about finding the money in their budget to rent office space at astronomical prices. They now have the option of choosing a co-working facility that meets the needs of their growing business. Here are some of the top co-working facilities in New York City:New Work CityNew Work City is a different kind of co-working space. Its motto is to expand the notion of co-working and promote its facility as a true community. Their mission statement says that they exist to make it easier for people who can work anywhere to lead better, happier, more independent lives. It was born as a result of the collective efforts and shared needs of a community of like-minded people. The facility is located at 394 Broadway, and shares a space with Greenspaces, an eco-focused workspace community, while they are in the process of building a new dedicated space. Because it exists to serve the needs of a community, New Work City is a flexible working environment. There is no application process involved, and the community is home to a variety of different entrepreneurs including writers, designers, hackers, artists, and students.New Work City also offers event space for meetings, seminars, and networking socials. Members have the option of utilizing classroom-style setups for seminars and meetings. Price for renting the space varies, but NWC offers the facility free of charge if the space is being used for a free Meetup event that reinforces the mission of community based incentives and company growth. Each group is allowed to host one event per month for 3 months, with the opportunity to continue if the program deems successful.Hive at 55The Hive at 55 offers a comfortable environment that is affordable to New Yorkers looking for a bargain. There is a community of like-minded individuals who believe in collaboration and sharing resources. Members at the Hive will have a desk where they can set up their laptops and other necessities, as well as access to three private conference rooms, a lounge, a kitchen with coffee and tea, hi-speed wireless and wired internet, a printer/scanner/copier/fax machine, and lockers for storage. Members have the option to use Hive as their primary mailing address. Another plus is the ability to expand your use of the space in case you decide you want an intern to begin co-working with you.The Hive hosts informative workshops, seminars, and Meetups every week, and monthly lunches and happy hours for their members. The conference room can be set up as a roundtable or classroom, and the main space is great for large groups such as Meetup events and other social networking events.In Good CompanyIn order to balance the needs of women entrepreneurs, In Good Company was started as a means to provide a support system for women varied interests. The co-working facility encourages an atmosphere for motivation and shared growth, Founded by women entrepreneurs Amy Abrams and Adelaide Lancaster, In Good Company strives to provide an atmosphere where women entrepreneurs can establish connections that will enable them to develop successful businesses that meet their own personal and professional goals. The two have recently co-authored a book titled The Big Enough Company, which explores how to grow your enterprise on your own terms.As a member of In Good Company, you will have access to a shared co-working space, as well as dedicated desks and private offices. There is also virtual office set up available, and a variety of meeting and conference room space. As an extra incentive, members are invited to take part on all of the company’s events free of charge.Co-working spaces are popping up all across the country and New York City is no exception. There are dozens of more great co-working in New York, all providing tremendous benefits to small businesses and entrepreneurs.

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July 31, 2013 at 7:12 pm

Olympus Tough TG-810 Waterproof Shockproof Freezeproof Silver Digital Camera

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GREAT PHOTOS EVEN IN EXTREME CONDITIONS.If you’re looking for a camera that can keep up with all of life’s adventures, you’ve found it. The TG-810 lets you snap stunning photos — and record HD movies — wherever you are. It can handle drops up to 6.6 feet, operate in freezing snowstorms, and swim with the fishes — dangerous conditions for most other digital cameras. WATERPROOF (33 FEET)A revolutionary system of waterproof seals and gaskets keeps water out so you can take pictures as deep as 33 feet underwater. SHOCKPROOF (6.6 FEET)Life can be tough, this camera is tougher. Rugged metal body and innovative shock-absorbing construction are designed to withstand a 6.6-foot drop, bump, or other mishap. FREEZEPROOF (14 degrees F/-10 degrees C)Boldly enter that winter wonderland without worrying about your camera. The TG-810 is winterized to perform at below-freezing temperatures. CRUSHPROOF (220 POUNDS)With a rugged body and reinforced LCD, the TG-810 withstands up to 220 pounds of pressure so your camera and images are protected. GPSWith an integrated Global Positioning System, this feature is ideal for travelers. Record landmark data in your image and then enjoy the photo surfing feature which lets you see exactly where your photos were taken by using a map display! 14 MEGAPIXELAn amazing 14 million pixels in the high-resolution CCD create superior image quality. Create poster-sized prints without losing a single detail. 5X WIDE-ANGLE OPTICAL ZOOM (28-140mm)A 5x wide-angle optical zoom captures even more of the subject into each shot. The lens does not protrude from its body so it is further protected from harsh conditions. 3.0-INCH LCDThis huge 3 LCD features an extra-wide viewing angle and anti-glare technology for easier composing and shooting even in direct, bright sunlight. ONE-TOUCH HD MOVIEWith One-Touch HD Movie you can record widescreen, crystal clear HD movies (720p) right from your camera. DUAL IMAGE STABILIZATIONDual Image Sta… , Gifts for Anyone

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July 31, 2013 at 3:07 pm

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It’s the Relationship, Stupid!

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As of December 09 online social activity of consumers around the world was at an 82% increase in time spent on social networking from the year prior. On average, users spent more than five and a half hours a day on networks such as Facebook and Twitter. So what does that mean for businesses today? What does it mean when customers continue to adopt social technologies at a blinding speed – yet organizations big and small aren’t able to keep up.Since rapid adoption of social networking enables users to connect with individuals and communities who share mutual interests, organizations are increasingly being left out of the conversation. Simply hiring more people to keep up with social marketing, sales, and support will not be sufficient, as customers and their new channels outnumber employees. As a result, organizations need an organized approach to connect their business to the social web giving them the opportunity to respond in near-real time and in a coordinated fashion.The relationship between organizations and customers has traditionally been optimized around organizations, not customers. However, the rapid adoption of social networks and online activity has shifted the balance of power to the customer. Companies and organizations have fallen behind in connecting with customers, and realize that they must find a way to at least participate in the conversation. Some still yearn to regain control of the customer relationship.The reality – this is no longer possible as a few key trends have emerged:Customers connect with each other – happily leaving organizations behind.Customer behavior has changed. Businesses and organizations no longer control the conversations with their customers. In fact, customers and prospects have chosen to engage with organizations on their own terms, for instance in Yahoo! Answers, online communities, and on Twitter because they trust companies less and less. As a growing number of customers choose to connect and collaborate with each other, for instance, in Get Satisfaction, Yelp, and the blogosphere, they’ve discovered that they can enjoy a more accurate, timely, and relevant customer experience without the organizations, disrupting the flow of influence.Companies know the problem will get worse before it gets better. Organizations realize they are no longer in charge. They often lack a credible strategy that empowers their employees to catch up with their customers. Although Comcast Cares has over 10 employees responding in social channels, they know they can’t scale in a 1:1 manner. Furthermore, a proliferation of new social networks and mobile tools are appearing at an increased pace – organizations will fall further behind. The result – tremendous amounts of waste in piecemeal data, customer records, APIs, and experiences – leaving companies unable to efficiently reach customers, prospects, and partners.Outdated frameworks and pet theories relegate discussions to incremental fixes.Organizations seek a unified framework from which to build use cases. What’s lacking is a holistic approach to integrating social into CRM and enterprise apps. With technology providers espousing their point of views based on heritage (e.g. support, sales, marketing, and customer experience), and over 15,740 social media self proclaimed experts on Twitter1, confusion abounds in the application of social CRM.The market seeks actionable frameworks to provide vision, build use cases, create entry points, address change managements, and consider technology requirements. And what’s more, the market seeks relationships. And that’s exactly what they’re getting.

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July 31, 2013 at 3:05 pm

Sony DSC-W610 Cyber-Shot Digital Camera-Blue with Mini Tool Box (fs)

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  • 14.1 megapixels
  • 4X Optical Zoom
  • 2.7 inch LCD
  • Take stunning images in Sweep Panorama mode-up to 360°
  • iSCN detects 8 scene conditions and adjusts camera settings

The Sony DSC-W610/B Cyber-shot W610 Digital Camera allows you to capture candid and artful scenes in exceptional picture quality using its 14.1 Megapixel Super HADTM CCD Image Sensor. This awesome camera has a wealth of features including Smile ShutterTM technology that catches smiles, Sweep Panorama / Sweep Panorama (360) feature that captures wide landscapes, and SteadyShotTM Image Stabilization that reduces camera shakes. Equipped with SD, or SDHC memory card slot, you can easily save your images and transfer them on other devices. Its 2.7″ Clear PhotoTM LCD screen also helps in framing the perfect shot.
Comes with Mini Tool Box.

Great for storing any miscellaneous items or your spare change.

Overall dimensions: 4 1/2″ x 2 1/2″ x 2 3/4″.

The Mini Tool Box is shipped from a separate warehouse and will arrive within a few days of your order. , Where can I buy

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July 30, 2013 at 9:19 pm

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