One Pound Houses Part 2

Well I have now watched the second episode re the one pound houses scheme in Liverpool. To continue the story: the few residents who have completed their homes or have nearly done so are very much the minority.

We are told there were 125 houses on offer in the scheme, why is it taking so long to get the residents into the empty streets? Also the birds-eye view of the area shows many streets of derelict boarded up housing with a few residents scattered around.

Why didn’t the council put all the new residents in one block instead of scattering them around? In the initial interview in which they were awarded houses, into which they were to put in their own cash to pay for the work needed. They were told the council would quickly encourage a community of neighbours all renovating together. This has not happened.

Another problem came to light this week, 39 of the houses were not part of the original demolition order and for legal reasons could not be released yet. These «would be» residents were understandably angry at the delay. This was another cause of houses laying empty. However it is not just 39 houses that are still empty, and still no activity happening, why not? They were also concerned by the deterioration of the houses with leaking roves but they could not get on and repair them.

The council did have a representative trying to console the angry people but he really had little authority to do anything, and wasn’t achieving anything. The result is that the families who initially took part in the scheme are becoming despondent and feeling angry and isolated in their efforts to complete their homes. They had no near neighbours to share building problems with or friends for their children to play with.

Worse still, exacerbated by the lack of occupancy, the empty houses were encouraging vandalism. One family had virtually completed their home and were about to move in when vandals broke in wrecked front and back door, destroyed the newly fitted kitchen and stole the white goods. The family were obviously devastated, their hard work ruined and additional cost to repair and replace the damage was beyond their anticipation and their means.

Had there been neighbours the noise is likely to have alerted help and prevented the scale of the disaster.

A very big problem for all these residents, the houses didn’t belong to them until they were inspected as being completed satisfactorily when they would be signed over. The hoses also had to be completed within a year or they would lose their homes and all investment. Until the houses belonged to them they couldn’t insure the contents so if vandals struck the had no compensation.

Surely the council could make some arrangements especially as they were aware that it was such a deprived area. So we will have to wait until next week to see how the problems are resolved and if the scheme was actually made to work.

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Who Was the Favorite Receiver of the San Francisco 49ers Steve Young?

Steve Young was one of the better quarterbacks the National Football League has ever seen. He played in the USFL with the Los Angeles Express to start his pro career, and after that league folded he joined the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the NFL. After just two seasons in Tampa, Young was traded to the San Francisco 49ers and the rest as they say is history. He was a backup quarterback and a spot starter for the first bit of his career by the bay, but after Joe Montana left to finish his career in Kansas City, the 49ers were all his team.

For the bulk of Young’s career he could not only beat a team with his arm, but also with his legs too. His mobility and speed helped him to avoid the sack, extend a play, and get the ball to the open man. It also helped him tuck the ball down and run with it fairly effectively too. Young finished his career with 232 career touchdown passes, not a bad number especially when you consider how much time he lost in the USFL and as a backup, but who was his favorite receiver throughout his career?

Undoubtedly, and expectedly, Steve Young’s favorite receiver was the great Jerry Rice. Rice caught more career touchdown passes from Steve Young than any other player. During their time together they teamed up for an amazing 85 touchdowns. No quarterback had a better receiver and having played with both Young and Joe Montana, no receiver ever had better quarterbacks than Rice.

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How to Find Blogs and Forums to Comment On For SEO

You may or have heard that posting on blogs or forums with relevant information can be great for SEO, if you include a link to your website with the comment.

Many times when you comment on a blog post, there’s a space to enter your name and website. Bingo! A link back to your site–helping your search engine optimization by building your backlinks.

In forums, you often create a profile or signature with your name and a brief description, where you can include the link back to your website.

Why is it good to do this? Because it takes time and it takes a real human to do it. You can’t make stupid, spamm-y posts or comments because the blog owner or the forum moderator will delete them and you won’t get a link. So Google sees this type of link–a link from a forum or blog–as a «quality» link because it cannot be authentically automated.

With the recent algorithm shifts with Google, there’s MUCH skepticism and rumors about how Google will rank sites. Most of it comes down to the age-old standard: if you have quality content on your website (and add quality content regularly), you’re well on your way. If you create quality content regularly and submit it out into various places on the internet (YouTube, eZine Articles, social media networks, forums, blogs… ), you’re golden.

So, if you’re going to start working on your search engine optimization and online marketing by commenting, how do you find the forums and blogs related to your niche or keyword to post comments on?

By using specific search terms in Google to find them.

The following are the phrases to type into Google (with the quotation marks). Replace «your keyword» with your actual keyword.

Codes to find WordPress blogs to comment:

«powered by wordpress» – «your keyword»

«powered by wordpress» intitle:your keyword «powered by wordpress» inurl:your keyword

Codes to find Typepad blogs to comment:

«If you have a TypeKey or TypePad account» your keyword

Codes to find Blogspot blogs to comment:

· site:blogspot.com your keyword

Codes to find Forums in your niche to comment:

«Powered by SMF» your keyword

Phbb your keyword

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MyBB your keyword

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Codes to find Expression Engine blogs

Site:.com «powered by expressionengine» «add your keyword» (for.com websites

Site:.edu «powered by expressionengine» «add your keyword» (for.edu websites)

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Texas Hold’em – J10 – The Cloutier

Everyone knows the feeling of getting AA – whether it’s online or live there’s that little rush of excitement, and a bit of «here we go». But there are times when I’d rather look down to find J10, and if it’s suited, even better!

If you’re playing deep stacked tournament poker, jack-ten suited can be one of the most overlooked hands in your arsenal. Short stacked it’s next to worthless, as you won’t hit often enough to safely play it, but when you and the majority of your opponents are sitting on a sizeable number of big blinds, it becomes a very playable hand.

Many players put J10s in the same bracket as a lot of other suited connectors or one-gappers, but it beats all of them for a variety of reasons.

  1. All straights made using both cards are the nut straight – so if you flop a straight it’s the nuts barring flushes. The same is not true of lower connectors like 67s, where you can flop the bottom end of a straight. Whilst it is true of all higher connectors and gappers like JQ KQ and KJ, those hands don’t make as many straights as J10.
  2. It’s easy to get away from – you either hit a big draw or hand, or you don’t and get away form the hand. Hands like KQ and KJ it’s too easy to get pulled into a pot with top pair and lose a lot of chips. Basically you’re winning big pots or losing small ones – always good!
  3. When you hit, there’s usually action. With 67, you can flop a great looking 458, but against opponents with two high cards, you’re not going to get paid. Flop AKQ holding J10 though, and there’s a very high chance your opponents have hit as well.

This links nicely into the last important thing to remember about J10: It is a marginal hand, and should be played as such. Using it to make moves with isn’t a great idea, as you lose some of the value of a cheap flop. What you want is a cheap multi-way pot, the same as with other speculative hands. The more players are in the pot the better, for two reasons, firstly you’ll be getting better value to call in the first place, but most importantly there’s more people too pay you off.

You don’t just need to hit a hand to win a nice pot; you also need someone else to hit a slightly weaker, but still playable one. And there’s simply more chance of that with more people in the pot. And of course if you have a straight you know it’s the nuts, so you get your money in knowing for certain if you’re ahead.

So, deep-stacked, against deep-stacked opponents, favourable position, with a few players in the pot… J10 is well worth a look!

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Protocol for Piping a Formal Dinner: A Ceremonial Guide for Highland Bagpipers

It is believed that the custom of dining in began in the monasteries, was adopted by the early universities, and later spread to military units when the officer’s mess was established. British officers of the 19th century were drawn from the aristocracy, and while they considered themselves gentlemen, they were not necessarily men of means; third and fourth sons had little chance of inheriting title and lands under primogeniture. While the pooling of resources may have been out of economic necessity, the regimental officer’s mess maintained the social stratification of English society and ensured that the traditions of gentlemanly conduct were maintained and inculcated to junior officers. The primary elements are a rigidly formal setting, espirit de corps and the camaraderie of peers, a fine dinner, traditional toasts to the head of state and military services, martial music and the attendance of honored guests or speakers. Today, although the purpose of a dinner may be to observe an appointment, promotion, retirement, or some auspicious occasion, a central theme of such events is a ceremonial focus upon the history of the host organization.

While the tradition of having a piper at high table may have it’s origins in the clan system in Scotland & Ireland, the formal dinners and dining in ceremonies as we know them today are directly attributable to the traditions of the officers mess in the British Army and Royal Navy. Originally fife & drums or trumpeters were employed to sound the calls; as Highland regiments were organized, pipers were employed not only for this purpose, but to celebrate great battles and victories in the history of the regiment and to memorialize their dead, quite in keeping with the Celtic bardic tradition. It should be borne in mind that originally Army pipers were outfitted and paid not by the Exchequer but exclusively by the officer’s mess; without their patronage, modern Highland regiments wouldn’t have ever had pipers, and without the Army to maintain and build upon this tradition the great Highland bagpipe would be about as familiar to most people today as the zampogna.

When a piper is requested to pipe the calls and the music at a formal dinner, you might be engaged to perform throughout dinner; to provide a limited performance such as pipe in the head table, pipe the lament and/or pipe in the port; or to simply pipe in the head table and depart. While there are many different traditions associated with formal dining, the following are some of the customs associated with piping a formal dinner. You may be requested to perform some, all, or some variant of any of them on occasion.

Dress

Such affairs are invariably formal, requiring black tie, occasionally white tie, or full parade regalia. Miniature decorations and medals are worn. If flying a pipe banner, ensure that the drone cords and/or ribbons are to the left of the banner; i.e., not over the regimental crest. If there is more than one piper, the banner is traditionally flown by the ranking piper present, who will lead the detachment, formed up in order of rank or seniority.

Seating

The seating arrangement at the head table is always based on rank, seniority and status. The host sits in the middle, the next senior person (or guest of honor) to his/her right, the next senior person to his/her left and so on, until all are seated. The senior-ranking member of the mess is the head (or «President») of the mess dinner and sits in the center. The President of the Mess may appoint a second («Mr. Vice»), usually the junior officer of the mess, who will be in charge of planning, and who usually occupies the seat farthest from the host, sometimes on the far right, sometimes at another table. Officers take precedence over civilians. If a guest speaker has no rank or status, he/she is positioned as close to the center (right of the host) as possible without offending rank precedence. Chaplains are usually included at the head table, usually at the far left of the President.

Warning Calls

15 minute and 5 minute warning calls are usually sounded to alert the guests that dinner is about to be served, and may be provided by a piper. When piping warning calls a short up-tempo tune is required but no specific title may be prescribed. In some regiments it would be the Officers Call (e.g., «All the Blue Bonnets Are O’er The Border»). A naval tradition is to ring «six bells» (19:00) on a ship’s bell for the 15-minute warning (if dining at 7:15 PM, of course). Dinner may be signaled by a brief pipe tune («Brose and Butter» is a traditional one), followed by the host or master of ceremonies announcing, «Dinner is served!»

March-in

The guests (except the head table) will proceed into the dining room and remain standing behind their chairs; the closer to top table, the higher the rank or seniority. You may be requested to pipe in the guests. The head table forms up in order of seating, led by the host and the principal guest. When cued, lead the people of the head table into the dining room playing an appropriate tune; «Roast Beef of Old England», «A Man’s A Man for all That», «Prince of Denmark’s March», or the regimental march. If space permits, parade counter clockwise around the room. This is particularly important when flying a drone banner. The regimental crest on the obverse of the banner is always displayed first. When everyone is in place, continue to march, and finish playing at the halt near the dining-room entrance. At a signal from the host, stop playing and remain at attention until grace has been said. If you are not to provide the music during dinner, march from the room after grace is said.

Posting the Colors

An honor guard may post and retire the colors; as a piper you may be requested to pipe them in and out. As the American and Canadian national anthems cannot be properly played on the pipes, other appropriate patriotic tunes must be selected. If you march in with the color guard, make sure that you’re well rehearsed in their drill first; they march in close order with wheeling movements to change direction. Of course, if not playing stand at attention with pipes down for the National Anthem(s). If you’re flying a drone banner, watch the color guard and drop your bass drone from horizontal when they dip the colors.

The Lament

In some military and veterans organizations it is customary to remember comrades killed in action, sometimes with an empty place setting, sometimes with a small table before the head table. You may be requested to play a lament in their memory. «Flowers of the Forest» is traditional, but other laments may work equally as well if the host has expressed no preference.

Piping in the Beef

In some traditions, the main course (traditionally beef) is ceremoniously piped in to the head table (or «Mr. Vice»), which will sample it and formally announce it fit for consumption. «Roast Beef of Old England» or «A Man’s a Man For All That» may be used if not played previously to pipe in the head table. You may pipe the beef out as well.

Piping in the Haggis

If haggis is served (such as a Burn’s Dinner), pipe the haggis to the head table to «A Man’s a Man For All That». Stand at attention for the recital of Burn’s «Address to a Haggis», and participate in the toast to his «immortal memory». Pipe the haggis out to «Neil Gow’s Farewell to Whisky».

Main Course Music

Wait until all at the head table has been served before beginning to play suitable selections intermittently throughout the main course. A piobaireachd is often considered customary. If parading around the room, it is customary to start «widdershins»; counterclockwise. If flying a pipe banner, it may be appropriate to countermarch as well, in order to display the unit crest on the obverse side. Prior to the port wine being served, the host/delegate will signal you to stop playing.

Piping in the Port

An old custom is the piping in of the port wine for the Loyal Toast. After dessert and coffee are served, tables are cleared except for the table decorations and wine glasses. No special music is required, but it should be short and appropriate. On cue, lead the wine stewards into the dining room, positioning yourself at a predetermined spot, and continue to play until the wine is about to be sampled and declared potable by the host. Sometimes the piper will play as the port is passed down the tables as the guests charge their glasses. Remain at attention until the Loyal Toast is drunk and then march from the room, unless required to stay for the Toast to the Corps.

Loyal Toast

If a Commonwealth dinner (or if UK guests are present), you may be requested to play «God Save the Queen» before the Loyal Toast. The person proposing the toast will ask everyone to stand and join him in a toast to the Queen. The member will then raise his/her wineglass shoulder high and say: «The Queen». The assembly will respond: «The Queen».

If an American dinner, the host may propose a toast to the Commander-in-Chief. Mr. Vice seconds this by rising and addressing the company, saying, «Gentlemen, the Commander-in-Chief of the United States». Each member and guest then stands, repeats in unison the toast (e.g., «The Commander-in-Chief of the United States»), sips the drink, and remains standing. The band then plays the National Anthem. If piping, play «America the Beautiful» or «God Bless America». At the conclusion of the music, members and guests are again seated.

Toast to the Corps

You may be requested to play the regimental march prior to a Toast to the Corps. Unfortunately, the only American regimental marches that «fit» well on the pipes are the «Marine Corps Hymn» and «Semper Paratus».

Paying the Piper

At the conclusion of your performance, the host may offer you (or the lead piper) a quaich containing a dram (about 3.5 ml) of whisky. Stand to the left of the host. Taking the quaich in both hands, hold it shoulder high and face the head table. It is traditional for the piper to toast the head table (Sláinte! «to your health» in Gaelic; phonetically Slanjer or Slanja), turn to the company and offer a formal toast. Following the toast, you’re expected to drink the whisky in one draught, toast the company (Sláinte!), and flip the cup over and kiss the bottom. Following the ceremony, take your leave of the head table and march from the room. Unless you’re Gaelic is very good, you’re probably best off offering your formal toast in English.

The traditional Pipe Major’s toast of the Liverpool Scottish might be adapted to a range of events;

Gaelic


Slainte mhor, Slainte Banrighinn

Slainte agus buaidh gu brath

le Gillean Forbasach.

Phonetic


Slanjervaw, slanjer banreen

Slanjer aggus booey goo bra

la gillian forbusach

English


Good health, health to the Queen

Health and success for ever

to the Forbes lads

Conclusion

At the conclusion of the dinner, you may be requested to play the National Anthem. As neither «The Star Spangled Banner» nor «Oh Canada» can be played successfully on the limited tonal range of the pipes, play «America the Beautiful» or «Maple Leaf Forever» instead. Of course, if not playing stand at attention with pipes down for the National Anthem(s). If you’re flying a drone banner, watch the color guard and drop your bass drone from horizontal when they dip the colors.

Duty Tunes of the 48th Highlanders of Canada

Officers Mess Call (15 minutes)

«Bannock & Barley Meal»

Meal Call (5 minutes)

«Caller Herrin'»

Pipe in Guests

«Lt. Col. Robertson»

Pipe in Head Table

«Highland Laddie»

Lament

«Flowers of the Forest»

First Set (Main Course)

Ends with «Highland Laddie»

Second Set (Dessert)

Ends with «Lt. Col. Robertson»

Pipe Major’s Toast:

Host:

A Mhàidseir na pìoba, òlamaid deoch-slàinte!

(Pipe Major, let us drink a toast)

Pipe Major’s reply:

A h-uile latha a chì ‘s nach fhaic, an dà fhicheadamh ‘s a h-ochd gu bràth! Slàinte don Bhànrigh! Slàinte Mhòr! Slàinte!

(Every day that I see you, or that I don’t see you, the 48th forever! Health to the Queen! Great good health! Health!)

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How to Find a Private Tutor in London

Today, finding a home educator anywhere in the UK can be a challenge. In London however, it’s considered even more difficult to find a tutor who offers tuition services in the subject you’re looking for.

Private tuition in London is particularly competitive as many parents seek out their preferred educators months, sometimes years in advance. A tutor with a good reputation can find themselves booked from year to year through word of mouth alone. Often, when parents and students start searching for someone to help with their studies, they’re surprised to find that so many have already been booked up, it’s important, therefore, to do some research in advance and discover the most effective way of finding an educator in London.

So why the competition?

Well firstly, London has one of the largest concentrations of universities and higher education institutions in the world. It has 40 higher education institutions and has a student population of more than 400,000. Among the institutions in the city are some of the old and world-famous colleges that today make up the federal University.

Where can you find a private tutor in London?

Parents tend to find educators from a variety of different sources.Traditional newspaper advertising, local shop windows and of course word of mouth is a consistently effective means of finding a private tutor in the country’s capital. Today however, the trend for finding private educators tends to come from the internet. By using Google’s keyword tool, we get a good idea of how many people search for specific terms. Using the search term ‘private tutor London, Birmingham, Manchester etc’, Google’s keyword tool shows each terms monthly searches:

London – 3,600

Birmingham – 480

Manchester – 390

Leicester – 260

Leeds – 260

Bristol – 210

Liverpool – 170

How much do private tutors in London charge?

Depending on the subjects being tutored, the cost of private tuition in London varies. As a general rule, private tutors in London tend to charge slightly more than tutors in the rest of the UK. By researching various websites, we see that private tutors in city centre London tend to charge an average of £45 per hour, compared with the UK average of £25 per hour. Again, using Google’s keyword tool, we can see the following terms’ global monthly searches:

English – 2,400

Maths – 2,400

Spanish – 1,000

French – 880

Chemistry – 390

Science – 320

Physics – 260

Biology – 140

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Does Soccer Superleague Hold The Key To One Europe?

If there is one common thread interwoven throughout all European cultures, it must be soccer, right? Perhaps in popular theory. But the conventional wisdom now hangs in the balance as the quest for the almighty buck – that is, the supreme euro – has eroded the very fabric of soccer (no offense to Pete Rozelle, but let's call it what it really is: football). As "European integration" becomes a buzz word for the 21st century, football will likely play an integral role in either facilitating or decelerating this cultural, political and economic merger of countries.

Football club owners have offered to help the cause by composing a framework for the future European SuperLeague, which would consist of the region's most elite franchises. Europe has already made a transformation in showcasing athleticism, whether its unbridled fans are willing, as investors assemble to protect their shares in perhaps the most anticipated "cash cow" in sports entertainment.

However, even top football officials have their doubts. FIFA president Sepp Blatter, arguably the most powerful man in football worldwide, has stated his strong opposition to a breakaway superleague.

Regardless, sports business experts insist that any successful venture in football integration would require the solidarity of ownership policies and fan participation. True, the former condition is already growing at an explosive pace. Corporate investors have estimated the economic feasibility of supporting ESL franchises in various cities across Europe. Plans have already been proposed to compete with the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) in forming the most marketable superleague. Media Partners International, a Milan-based consulting firm, has garnered over $ 1.2 billion investments from JP Morgan to sustain the ESL for the first three years. Judging from the success of professional sports in the United States, there is no telling of this league's untapped potential.

If any doubts of European football's growth still remain, then consider the burgeoning of players' salaries. Inter Milan recently acquired Italian striker Christian Vieri for an estimated $ 43 million, dwarfing the annual payroll of most professional franchises. And the issue of whether Vieri deserved more or less than, say, Michael Jordan (excluding approv) is irrelevant. For now, football club owners can afford these superstars because consumers are compliant to rising ticket prices.

However, ESL owners must not discount the relationship between European fans and their revered teams. Football, for countless decades in each country, has supplied a measurement of national identity. As Europeans, during the integration process, ponder the potential void of national traditions, football remains their sole source of patriotic autonomy.

If the ESL passes, then UEFA would be subject to drop one of its Cup competitions, likely the Cup Winners Cup. More importantly, UEFA stands to sacrifice two underlying principles which have sustained the organization's existence – a commitment to divide Cup proceeds in an equitable manner for all clubs, and to televise all games free of charge to European subscribers.

The ESL would consist of Europe's top 32 (mostly large market) teams competing in a comprehensive tournament to determine the European football champion. If the league is supervised by UEFA, it will comprise of little commercial influence – in which case, some officials suggest that a league without proper promotion or relegation will lose people's interest in less than three years. But the traditionalists insist that UEFA's policies, although diplomatic in nature, serve to protect the institution of football from an onslaught of manipulation by massive corporations.

Even if the ESL and its large market teams are successful in growing the sport of football to unprecedented financial and social levels, there will undoubtedly be significant ramifications to the remaining franchises. Once again, the argument of revenue disparity between small and large market teams will assume center stage. Instead of George Steinbrenner clashing with Bud Selig, it will be two others bickering – without regard to the fans, any sport's key ingredient.

The decision of what ownership structure to emulate remains undetermined. The real challenge, at this point, is securing the support of the regional community. It is clear that the combined prowess of European cultures, not the individual national interests, will ultimately ensure the success of supranational football. Owners cannot and will not force an unnatural medium of sports entertainment to their consumers. Most business leaders in the European Union have recognized that integration comes at a cost – a lesson that football club owners are about to discover.

Despite the European Commission's diplomatic efforts to balance competition with equal protection, the fussbudgets will continue to question the motives of not only owners but also everyone else involved.

The fruition of ESL may or may not advance European integration, but the fight to protect one of Europe's most treasured assets – football – will surely accomplish the task.

[Originally Printed: Street & Smith's SportsBusiness Journal, 7/24/99]

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Canon Inc

Canon Inc is a Japanese founded company that operates worldwide in specialising the manufacture of imaging products such as Digital Cameras, Photocopiers and Computer Printers. Canon was originally founded under the name Precision Optical Instruments Laboratory in 1937 Tokyo Japan by four optical technology pioneers known as Takeshi Mitarai, Goro Yoshida, Saburo Uchida and Takeo Maeda. The name Canon conversely dates further back than the company formation date. In 1934 Canon was a prototype for a 35 millimeter camera, Japan’s first, with a focal plane shutter. In Japanese it was known as «Kwanon». Canon now has headquarter functions as wide as America, Europe (split between London and the Netherlands), Africa, the Middle East, Japan, Central Asia and Australia.

Today, Canon manufactures for the business and for the consumer with products such as printers, scanners, binoculars, digital cameras, film cameras, SLR cameras and lenses. Less famous products attributable to the Canon brand include medical equipment, optical equipment, broadcast lenses and x ray devices.

Canon Inc is a pioneer in laser printing technology and solutions. Canon were the principle makers of industry accepted laser print units. The engine from the Canon LBP-CX model was adopted by models created by Apple and HP to good effect. Later Canon engines such as LBP-SX, LBP-LX, LBP-EX, LBP-PX were also used more widely than by Canon inc themselves.

Canon as a company is respected as being at the forefront of business environmental activities. ‘Clean Air Cool Planet’ conducted a survey of companies based no their effects on climate change and listed Canon at the top of that list. Canon is proud of it’s Corporate Socail Responsibility policy that emphasise their being a part of the bigger issue on green policies. Canon also prioritise ethics, attitudes, humanitarian aid and disaster relief, education, science and social welfare.

Canon Inc is widely recognised due to their extensive sponsorship activities, particularly in Europe.In the mid 1980’s Canon was the sponsor of the English Football League and has since been a sponsor or European wide competitions such as the Champions League and the UEFA cup. The Organisation was consistently a contributory sponsor the World Cup at tournaments between 1978 and 1998. Spanning not just Europe but worldwide, Canon are a sponsor of Formula One car racing until 2012 having previously been involved with the Brawn Racing team in 2009 and F1 Williams. Outside of Sport Canon sponsors Fashion weeks and Paris, London and Milan with regularity.

The position of Canon Inc in the market place is as a reliable supplier of up to date technology in the world of printing and optical software. It has considerable market share of the consumer market for home printers and digital cameras as well as the the medium to large office for industry size printers and photocopiers. The global marketing of Canon coupled with their reputation for being «green» in an ever demanding environmentally friendly world means they are likely to maintain a position at the forefront of the market for mnay years to come.

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A Short Biography of Famous Soccer Players – Djibril Cisse

His full name is Djibril Aruun Cissé. He was born on 12 August 1981 in Arles, France. His playing position in the field is Striker.

At the age of 11 He began his career at Nîmes Olympique in 1993. Afterward Cissé went to Auxerre still in the youth team. Gérard Houllier brought him to Liverpool. For the period of his time at Anfield Cissé played 49 matches with 11 goals; although he was at times played on the wing of right side.

He experienced playing football with some senior clubs: Auxerre (1993-1996), Liverpool (2004-2006), Marseille (2006-2008), Sunderland (loan) (2008-2009), Panathinaikos (2009 – till now).

Djibril Cissé is a French soccer player of Ivorian ancestry. Cissé is renowned mainly for his acceleration and pace, in addition to his hairstyles that always attention-grabbing. He has held the title of Lord of the Manor of Frodsham from the time when 2005.

At the age of 15 Cissé signed for Auxerre club, and in May 2002 made his international first appearance in opposition to Belgium. In May 2003, along with Auxerre, he triumphed for the French Cup and a month afterward the Confederations Cup with France. In the French Ligue 1 in the 2001-2002 and 2003-2004 season, Cissé was the top scorer making 70 goals in 128 league matches for Auxerre club.

Here are the lists of his honors he achieved as long as his career as a soccer player. The honors with the club are Auxerre (Coupe de France: 2002-2003); Liverpool (UEFA Champions League, 2004-2005), (UEFA Super Cup: 2005), (FA Cup: 2005-2006); Panathinaikos (Greek Super League: 2009-2010). And for the country is FIFA Confederations Cup: 2003.

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The Industrial Revolution and Rochdale

Rochdale is a market town that is located in the Pennines. It is just ten miles from Manchester and forms part of the metropolitan Borough of Rochdale. Rochdale was originally an ecclesiastical parish and did not receive a Royal charter until 1251. It quickly became prominent as a center for woolen trade in northern England and was known for its many wealthy merchants.

In the 19th century Rochdale was an important mill town. It was a boomtown from the Industrial Revolution. Much of Rochdales success can be linked to the Rochdale canal, which is one of the largest broad canals in the UK. This canal made it possible to easily transport wool, cotton and coal to and form the surrounding areas. Rochdale maintained its prominence in the textile industry until the 20th century.

Rochdale town hall originally had a beautiful and tall clock tower. That tower was burnt down just 12 years after construction finished and since has been replaced by a much shorter tower. The traditional emblems of Rochdale can be found on the front of town hall. The widest bridge in Europe in front of the town hall as this is the path of the Roch River.

Rochdale is easy to reach due to its proximity to Manchester as well as the many railways that provide transportation. The George Stephenson Summit Railway was just reopened in 2003. It is possible to reach Manchester and Leeds taking the Manchester to Rochdale via Oldham Lane line as well as the Manchester Metrolink tram. Many of the Manchester public transportation has been extended to the center of Rochdale with completion estimated for 2012.

If you are looking for a fun afternoon then Rochdale is home to two professional sports teams, the Rochdale hornets and the Rochdale AFC. These two rugby teams have been playing in Rochdale since the beginning of the 1900s. The Rochdale Hornets is actually one of twenty-two teams that were part of the first every Northern rugby Football Union formed in 1895, therefore the Hornets are one of the world’s first rugby teams.

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