1. FreedomFest 2012: Special EMERGENCY Meeting


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    Don't miss out on this EMERGENCY meeting! Call now to attend: 866-266-5101 www.freedomfest.com July 11th - 14th at Bally's/Paris Resort Las Vegas, Nevada All the major freedom oriented organizations will be there: Cato Reason Heritage Americans for Prosperity Freedom Works Human Events Wall Street Journal Barron's Investor's Business Daily Forbes Ayn Rand Human Events Manhattan Goldwater Koch Fox News Eagle Publishing Regnery FEE Libertarian Party Laissez Faire Books Oxford Club FIRE Friedman Foundation And featuring presentations by: Steve Forbes John Mackey Senator Rand Paul Wayne Allyn Root Keith Fitz-Gerald John Browne Peter Schiff Bert Dohmen Frank Holmes Rick Rule Don Luskin Lenore Hawkins Richard Rahn Douglas R. Casey Jeff Berwick David McAlvany John Goodman Martin Truax James Taylor Dr. Julian Whitaker Mark Skousen Alexander Green Marji Ross Tom Palmer Floyd Brown Yaron Brook Richard Viguerie Dinesh D'Souza Mark Victor Hansen Robert Kiyosaki G. Edward Griffin Wendy McElroy Jeffrey Tucker Tom Woods Robert Murphy David Boaz Matt Kibbe Brent Bozell Ron Holland Michael Shermer Gene Epstein George Gilder Nick Gillespie Matt Welch Kennedy Joel Stern Grover Norquist Erick Erickson Don't miss out! WSJ

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    • Presentations & Panel: Sentiment Analysis User Perspectives


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      Sentiment Analysis Symposium (http://sentimentsymposium.com), May 8, 2012 Presentations & Panel: User Perspectives Moderator: Israel Mirsky, Porter Novelli How the Media Uses Sentiment Analysis: A Perspective from the Wall Street Journal, Ryan Sager, the Wall Street Journal Capturing Sentiment via Customer Intelligence, Sobhan Hota, Fidelity Investments "How Can I Listen If I'm Talking?": The Power Of Social Media Listening, Frank Cotignola, Kraft Foods

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      • Inside the Internet Garage - Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg, Executive Editors, AllThingsD


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        Inside the Internet Garage is thrilled to welcome its first guests, Wall Street Journal and AllThingsD's Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg. In this April 2012 inaugural interview, we get to hear about their professional pasts, the origins of AllThingsD, and their stories about the movers and shakers of the tech world. This interview is the first of a series that explores the history of the Internet with the people who helped build it, write it, and conceive of it. Hosted by Aaron Cohen Director & Editor - Ramsey Fendall Assistant Editor & Research Assistant - Michelle C Forelle Music Composition - Katie Jacoby Chalk Art - Casey Opstad Produced by Internet and Network Cultures Initiative at NYU (INC@NYU) and the Department of Media, Culture and Communication.

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        • How to stay current with financial news


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          http://www.girlbanker.com/ If you want to succeed in getting an investment banking job, you need to stay up-to-date with the news. There is a lot of free news out there. Twitter For very current updates, follow respectable news providers on Twitter. I suggest starting off with: @BloombergNews, @dealbook, @Reuters, @WSJ, @zerohedge and @GirlBanker. Free RSS feeds and newspapers To get news sent to your inbox or RSS feed, sign-up to: The Wall Street Journal, The FT and CITY A.M. More at: http://www.girlbanker.com/1/post/2012/05/what-is-the-best-way-to-keep-up-to-date-with-investment-banking-news.html

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          • WSJ.com: The Trust Molecule by Paul J. Zak


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            Could a single molecule—one chemical substance—lie at the very center of our moral lives? Research that I have done over the past decade suggests that a chemical messenger called oxytocin accounts for why some people give freely of themselves and others are coldhearted louts, why some people cheat and steal and others you can trust with your life, why some husbands are more faithful than others, and why women tend to be nicer and more generous than men. In our blood and in the brain, oxytocin appears to be the chemical elixir that creates bonds of trust not just in our intimate relationships but also in our business dealings, in politics and in society at large.

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              • Raju Narisetti on Markets Pulse


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                The Wall Street Journal's Raju Narisetti tells Nieman Journalism Lab staffer Adrienne LaFrance about the launch of the newspaper's Markets Pulse stream at the 2012 International Symposium on Online Journalism.

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                • Jill Abramson: Journalists Who Can Work in Many Platforms


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                  Jill Abramson talks with Evan Smith about journalists who are at ease in many formats, and about other major papers in the US.

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                  • Is selling a structured settlement annuity to a senior now going to be a crime?


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                    Mark Wahlstrom the host of Speaking of Settlements discusses a recent article in The Wall Street Journal entitled "Annuity Case Chills Insurance Agents". A look at the impact of state financial elder abuse laws on the sale of annuities, structured settlements and structured settlement planning. For more information on structured settlements, structured sales and settlement planning please go to http://www.settlementexpertTV.com for news and commentary updates each week.

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                    • Sound Design for Solve Media


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                      Epipheo Studios worked with Solve Media to create an informative and easy-to-understand video about a new approach to watching video ads. The voice-over had been recorded and all that was left was the sound design so they gave me a call. The result, was an entertaining and educational piece chock full of sounds ranging from soft paper movements to Benjamin Franklin winking . . . oh yeah - and don't forget the sound of a melon helmet landing on a cat's head! Illustration: Robert Perez (robotperez.com/) Motion Graphics / Animation: Nathan DeCeasar (deceasar.com/) Sound Design: Grant Harold (radarflora.com) Producer: Jordan Phillips Created by Epipheo Studios for Solve Media

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