1. Introducing Project "Monocle"

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    Introducing Project "Monocle". A new tool from Adobe to profile ActionScript 3 (Flash) applications on desktop and mobile.

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    • Camera Profiling With the Sekonic 758Cine

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      Ryan takes you through Step By Step of creating a profile for your light meter. (This Video Has Been Updated: 07/30/2014) You Can Download Profiles Ryan has created here: http://indiecinemaacademy.com/create-sekonic-dts-profile-light-meter-video/

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      • A Conversation With My Black Son

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        In this short documentary, parents reveal their struggles with telling their black sons that they may be targets of racial profiling by the police. Produced by Geeta Gandbhir and Blair Foster Read the story here: http://nyti.ms/1FvV7nj Click here to follow us: vimeo.com/newyorktimes Watch more videos at: nytimes.com/video Follow on Twitter: twitter.com/nytvideo

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        • Adobe Scout - Deep Dive

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          In this third video, we take a deep dive in Adobe Scout. This video covers the following topics: - Frame Timeline - Summary - ActionScript - DisplayList rendering - Stage3D Rendering - Top Activities - Activity Sequence - Session Info - Trace Log - Export to HTML Scout forum: www.adobe.com/go/scout_forum Deep dive in Adobe Scout article ADC: http://adobe.ly/SHMAEu

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          • Slayer Espresso Shots

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            Here, we're testing out the new Multi-Stage Extraction Pressure system on our espresso machine. Noting the difference extraction pressure makes on the taste of the finished espresso...and getting very wired in the process.

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            • 9/11 PSA (Final cut)

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              This PSA shows the horror of Muslims being profiled after 9/11.

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              • Americans on Hold

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                Americans on Hold: Profiling, Prejudice, and National Security is a documentary film that exposes the U.S. government’s use of discriminatory profiling in the name of national security, and its impact on South Asian, Arab, Middle Eastern, and Muslim community members. americansonhold.org

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                • Stop Psychiatric Profiling Epic

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                  ADVOCATES STAND TO SAY YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT ME, STOP PSYCHIATRIC PROFILING! People from across New York State who have been given a psychiatric diagnosis Stand in Protest of funding for legislation that violates human rights at the Joint Legislative Public Hearing on 2013-2014 Executive Budget Proposal: Topic "Mental Hygiene". PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release CONTACT: AMY COLESANTE, (518) 813-3156 WHAT: PRESS CONFERENCE and ACTION WHERE: Legislative Office Building 181 State Street, outside of Hearing Room B Albany, NY 12247 DATE: February 27, 2013 PRESS CONFERENCE TIME: 12:30 PM (at close of Hearing) PHOTO OP TIME: From 9:30 AM thru the close of the Public Hearings, (12:30 PM) WEBSITE FOR PUBLIC: www.mhepinc.org On Wednesday, February 27, 2013, people who have been given a psychiatric diagnosis will be taking a stand against New York State Legislation that tracks and criminalizes them. These advocates will be wearing T-Shirts that say on the front, “You are talking about me” and on the back, “Stop psychiatric profiling” in protest of legislation such as the New York Safe Act; public health law Section 384b of the Social Services Law that removes children from their parents simply because they have been given a psychiatric diagnosis; and the expansion and extension of the highly controversial Kendra’s Law. Amy Colesante, Executive Director of Mental Health Empowerment Project, a statewide advocacy organization that is run for and by people with first hand, lived experience in the psychiatric system, states “Today, we Stand to let the New York Legislature know it is not acceptable to spend tax-payer dollars to promote and fund multiple acts of legislation which violate the civil, human, and constitutional rights of people who have been given a psychiatric diagnosis.” The latest discriminatory action taken by the NYS government involves the creation of a central data base designed to track people with a psychiatric diagnosis. Maura Kelley, Director of Mental Health Peer Connection, a consumer run program in Buffalo, New York states “Research findings can no longer be ignored. It is commonly cited that people with a psychiatric history are 14 times more likely to be a victims of crime than arrested for one (Brekke, 2001). In the United States and abroad, people are calling for action to stop psychiatric profiling (Walsh, et, al 2003). These efforts to scapegoat us are simply a veil of safety.” Stopping psychiatric profiling is a movement to eliminate the scapegoating of people who have been given a psychiatric diagnosis by politicians, media, gun control advocates and the pro-gun lobbyists. Ellen Healion, Executive Director of Hands Across Long Island, a consumer-run agency in Long Island, states “people with a psychiatric label pose as much risk to the general public as everyone sitting on the floor of the Assembly or Senate. The bottom line is the fact that even considering a data base attacks civil liberties and rights. That this issue is even being discussed, whether publicly or behind closed doors is an atrocity.”

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                  • Stop Psychiateric Profiling Action

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                    ADVOCATES STAND TO SAY YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT ME, STOP PSYCHIATRIC PROFILING! People from across New York State who have been given a psychiatric diagnosis Stand in Protest of funding for legislation that violates human rights at the Joint Legislative Public Hearing on 2013-2014 Executive Budget Proposal: Topic "Mental Hygiene". PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release CONTACT: AMY COLESANTE, (518) 813-3156 WHAT: PRESS CONFERENCE and ACTION WHERE: Legislative Office Building 181 State Street, outside of Hearing Room B Albany, NY 12247 DATE: February 27, 2013 PRESS CONFERENCE TIME: 12:30 PM (at close of Hearing) PHOTO OP TIME: From 9:30 AM thru the close of the Public Hearings, (12:30 PM) WEBSITE FOR PUBLIC: mhepinc.org On Wednesday, February 27, 2013, people who have been given a psychiatric diagnosis will be taking a stand against New York State Legislation that tracks and criminalizes them. These advocates will be wearing T-Shirts that say on the front, “You are talking about me” and on the back, “Stop psychiatric profiling” in protest of legislation such as the New York Safe Act; public health law Section 384b of the Social Services Law that removes children from their parents simply because they have been given a psychiatric diagnosis; and the expansion and extension of the highly controversial Kendra’s Law. Amy Colesante, Executive Director of Mental Health Empowerment Project, a statewide advocacy organization that is run for and by people with first hand, lived experience in the psychiatric system, states “Today, we Stand to let the New York Legislature know it is not acceptable to spend tax-payer dollars to promote and fund multiple acts of legislation which violate the civil, human, and constitutional rights of people who have been given a psychiatric diagnosis.” The latest discriminatory action taken by the NYS government involves the creation of a central data base designed to track people with a psychiatric diagnosis. Maura Kelley, Director of Mental Health Peer Connection, a consumer run program in Buffalo, New York states “Research findings can no longer be ignored. It is commonly cited that people with a psychiatric history are 14 times more likely to be a victims of crime than arrested for one (Brekke, 2001). In the United States and abroad, people are calling for action to stop psychiatric profiling (Walsh, et, al 2003). These efforts to scapegoat us are simply a veil of safety.” Stopping psychiatric profiling is a movement to eliminate the scapegoating of people who have been given a psychiatric diagnosis by politicians, media, gun control advocates and the pro-gun lobbyists. Ellen Healion, Executive Director of Hands Across Long Island, a consumer-run agency in Long Island, states “people with a psychiatric label pose as much risk to the general public as everyone sitting on the floor of the Assembly or Senate. The bottom line is the fact that even considering a data base attacks civil liberties and rights. That this issue is even being discussed, whether publicly or behind closed doors is an atrocity.”

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                    • Stop guessing. Start knowing. Two New X-Rite Solutions for Great Color!

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                      Knowing that your monitor is accurately showing you the true color and tonal range of your images is the first and most important step to getting great prints. If you aren't calibrating and profiling your monitor, you're guessing whenever you make any edits to your images. If you have been having trouble getting prints that match the image on your monitor, joining us for this free webinar will be time well spent! X-Rite is excited to announce two new display solutions, the ColorMunki Display and i1Display Pro. Both feature all-new state-of-the-art hardware and software for color calibration and profiling of displays, laptops and projectors.

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