Media and the Iraq War, Some Random Thoughts Indeed 2001
Here are some miscellaneous thoughts on issues many of which are opinion and should be looked at as such, some are not even my opinion but opinions of people I have talked with and wished to pass on. The first item I wish to discuss is the World News reporting which is anti-American.
New Product Brings the Holy Land of Israel to the United States -- Literally
Holy Land Earth imports and sells affordable packages of fertile soil from Israel for use in burial ceremonies, gravesite visits, and any other use buyers deem appropriate.
First Obama For President 2008 Television Ads Air On You Tube
Barack '08 TV is on the air! You Tube streaming video technology gives Obama supporters a distribution channel plus cyberspace headstart in reaching voters.
Robert E Cook Honors College at Indiana University of Pennsylvania -- Rising Leaders
The Robert E Cook Honors College at Indiana University of Pennsylvania is an environment that fosters leadership and growth in all areas of society; humanitarian, political, religious, athletics, and many more.
Gold Star Siblings, Becomes Incorporated in the State of Indiana
Gold Star Siblings Indiana Chapter #1 has officially become Incorporated. We are the first, Gold Star Sibling Organization to become Incorporated. We are affiliated with no other Gold Star Organization.
EVANSTON, Ill. (PRWEB) November 2, 2006 -- A growing number of veterans are turning to the internet this Veterans' Day to reflect on the sacrifices made by their fellow servicemen and women. It is through Legacy.com's In Remembrance website that they are also celebrating the lives of those who paid the ultimate price for our freedom.
Launched in 2005, In Remembrance, www.legacy.com/soldiers.asp, features obituaries, photos, Guest Books, Moving Tributes and links to related information about more than 2,800 fallen troops. To date, the site has received approximately 6.6 million page views, 700,000 unique visitors and 100,000 plus Guest Book entries.
"In Remembrance is a permanent place for friends, family and other visitors to continually pay tribute to our nation's heroes," said John Bikus, chief marketing officer for Legacy.com. "We created this site with the goal of keeping memories alive by giving visitors a feel for the person behind the uniform."
Among the various features on the In Remembrance website, the Moving Tribute service has remained a popular way to memorialize loved ones. This free national service allows friends and family members to create a multimedia slideshow of a soldier's life through captioned photos, music, text and voiceover narration. Since its inception last Veterans' Day, the site has experienced a four-fold increase in traffic; more than 275 soldiers are currently honored with a Moving Tribute.
Another new Legacy.com feature available on the In Remembrance website is audio entries. Audio entries, at no cost, provide an additional outlet for users to express their thoughts, memories and condolences in individual Guest Books.
About Legacy.com††† ††† †††
Legacy.com, based in Evanston, Ill., is the leading provider of online obituary solutions for newspapers. The company posts obituaries, death notices, and guest books for one of every two deaths in the U.S. each day. Legacy.com powers obituary sections for close to 300 newspapers in the U.S. and Canada, providing monitored guest books, archive services, and other features. The company's mission is to use new media technology in expanding ways to celebrate people's lives. Its sites are visited by more than 5 million users each month.
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