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Geter makes videos to help talented artists find jobs and build reels.  New York, NY - Short promotional videos on websites like YouTube, Facebook, Myspace, Metacafe, Break and others, are helping talented men and women boost publicity with managers, casting agents, photographers and the general public.  Photographer/author Gene Geter has been creatively crafting videos as in extension to his visual creativity. You can find videos with actors Clint Headley, Tim Walker, Vanessa Benson, Yukiko Miyawaki and Melissa Mazza, models Ruwaida Jawando, Robin Williams, Gwennaelle Rakotovao and Jade Vixen, dancers Kylie Forbush, Yung-li Chen, Jessie Tomanek, twin sisters Alicia Dellimore and Alisun Dellimore, bellydancer Athallia and many others. Geter’s videos are diverse containing abstract sexiness, indie music videos, love themes, dream sequences, video modeling portfolios, live performances and many other visual pleasures.  Geter, who was also an entertainment columnist for a few years, interviewed Prince, Alicia Keys, Jessica Alba, Robin Thicke, Ludacris, Kristin Kreuk, Brandy, Aaliyah, Usher, Lil’ Kim, Amel Larrieux, Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon, Snoop Dogg, Jada Pinkett Smith and many other stars.  If you are in New York or New Jersey or traveling to Geter’s area in the near future, please contact him at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) to discuss making a promotional video.  http://youtube.com/mrgenegeter

After Hack Attack, Google Decides to Stop Censoring Google.cn; May Pull Out of China Completely January 13, 2010 /EIN PRESSWIRE/ - Google says that it and at least 20 other websites were the target of an attack originating in China that was intended to hack into the email accounts of human rights activists.  The attack, which occurred in mid-December, has prompted Google to take a stand in China. The company will no longer censor the content of its site. In fact, according to Internet reports, the “Tank Man” photo taken during the 1989 Tiananmen crackdown was available for viewing on Google.cn as of Wednesday - as were search results for “Dalai Lama.”  Whether by choice or by force, Google may end up shutting down its Chinese operations completely. The company had bent considerably in terms of censorship to crack into the Chinese market, which makes these new steps from the Internet giant a real eye-opener.  Stay on top of this story and more at Human Rights Today:  Latest China Human Rights News - http://humanrights.einnews.com/china/ Latest United States Human Rights News - http://humanrights.einnews.com/unitedstates/ Latest Internet Censorship News - http://humanrights.einnews.com/news/web-censorship  Located at http://humanrights.einnews.com, Human Rights Today is a service of EIN News, an industry leader in news monitoring for business professionals and analysts. Using a combination of proprietary search technology and human editing, EIN News delivers to its members the latest human rights news from around the world, saving them valuable time they’d spend searching for information. New users to Human Rights Today can enjoy a no-obligation, one-week free trial.  About EIN Presswire The EIN Presswire press release distribution service is a news-syndication solution that distributes news to more than 10 million visitors annually at EIN News and millions more through its press release distribution partners. A news source for leading journalists, decision-makers and industry professionals worldwide, EIN Presswire targets press releases to a wide array of worldwide business professionals in more than 80 different industries. EIN Presswire also offers affiliate network opportunities and news distribution to tens of thousands of news subscribers daily. Read the newest business news at http://www.einpresswire.com and the latest world news in more than 80 different industries at http://www.einnews.com.

Obama Proposes Banks Take Their Turn at Paying Fees January 13, 2010 /EIN PRESSWIRE/ - Is it the banks’ turn to pay transaction fees? It is if the Obama administration gets its way.  According to officials, the budget President Obama will submit next month will likely include new fees on banks in order to try to recoup costs from the $700 bailout.  Although the specifics are yet to emerge, the fee could be a one-time fee in which the dollar amount levied depends on the size of the bank or possibly a tax on financial transactions, charging the bank a fee each time stocks and derivatives are exchanged. The government could even tax bonuses, similar to Britain’s 50% tax on all bonuses above $40,000.  There are fears, however, that such fees would - once again - be passed on to consumers and that taxing a recovering sector could harm its recovery, despite all the bonuses banks are freely handing out.  Stay on top of this story at Banking Industry Today:  Latest Obama Administration & Banking News - http://banking.einnews.com/news/obama-and-banking Latest Bank Bailout News- http://banking.einnews.com/news/bank-bailout Latest Bankers’ Bonuses News - http://banking.einnews.com/news/banker-bonuses  Located at http://banking.einnews.com, Banking Industry Today is a service of EIN News, an industry leader in news monitoring for business professionals and analysts. Using a combination of proprietary search technology and human editing, EIN News delivers to its members the latest banking news from around the world, saving them valuable time they’d spend searching for information. New users to Banking Industry Today can enjoy a no-obligation, one-week free trial.  About EIN Presswire The EIN Presswire press release distribution service is a news-syndication solution that distributes news to more than 10 million visitors annually at EIN News and millions more through its press release distribution partners. A news source for leading journalists, decision-makers and industry professionals worldwide, EIN Presswire targets press releases to a wide array of worldwide business professionals in more than 80 different industries. EIN Presswire also offers affiliate network opportunities and news distribution to tens of thousands of news subscribers daily. Read the newest business news at http://www.einpresswire.com and the latest world news in more than 80 different industries at http://www.einnews.com.

Pickens Slashes Order for GE Wind Turbines; Panhandle Wind Farm on Hold   January 13, 2010 /EIN PRESSWIRE/ - Energy magnate T. Boone Pickens has slashed by half his order for wind turbines from General Electric, indefinitely delaying his plans for a Panhandle wind farm in Texas.  Pickens will still receive 300 wind turbines for wind farms in Canada and Minnesota, but the turbines planned for a project in Texas will not be delivered. The original deal, made in 2008 between Mesa Power and GE, was for 687 wind turbines at a cost of $2 billion.  Although Pickens says he will still build a wind farm in the Texas Panhandle, his focus has shifted away from wind to natural gas, driven in part by the drop in natural gas prices.  Follow the moves of wind energy’s most recognizable investor at Wind Energy Industry Today:  Latest T. Boone Pickens News - http://windenergy.einnews.com/news/t-boone-pickens-wind-energy Latest Wind Turbine News - http://windenergy.einnews.com/news/wind-turbine Latest Texas Wind Energy News - http://windenergy.einnews.com/texas/  Located at http://windenergy.einnews.com, Wind Energy Industry Today is a service of EIN News, an industry leader in news monitoring for business professionals and analysts. Using a combination of proprietary search technology and human editing, EIN News delivers to its members the latest wind energy news from around the world, saving them valuable time they’d spend searching for information. New users to Wind Energy Industry Today can enjoy a no-obligation, one-week free trial.  About EIN Presswire The EIN Presswire press release distribution service is a news-syndication solution that distributes news to more than 10 million visitors annually at EIN News and millions more through its press release distribution partners. A news source for leading journalists, decision-makers and industry professionals worldwide, EIN Presswire targets press releases to a wide array of worldwide business professionals in more than 80 different industries. EIN Presswire also offers affiliate network opportunities and news distribution to tens of thousands of news subscribers daily. Read the newest business news at http://www.einpresswire.com and the latest world news in more than 80 different industries at http://www.einnews.com.

/ EIN Presswire / (Miami, FL - January 12, 2010) - NewCom International, a global telecommunications firm that specializes in the transport of communications via satellite, IP and fiber, has teamed with Brazilian Satellite Operator Hispamar to employ its new satellite, Amazonas 2, for the Latin America market.  Amazonas 2, which recently completed orbit testing (IOT), features an advanced intelligent processor, called Amerhis, which is capable of processing and regenerating signals onboard the satellite without the need for a central ground station (hub).  Amerhis allows for real-time directing of signals, while eliminating the costly expenditures associated with facilitating and maintaining a hub.  The new satellite, co-located with Amazonas 1 at 61 Degrees west to double capacity at the location, has a broad footprint that stretches from the southern tip of South America to southern Canada.  With a lifetime of 15 years, it offers new, cost-efficient opportunities for high power, high quality communications with its 54 Ku band and 10 C band transponders and bandwidth of 36 MHz Ku and 54MHz C.  “NewCom is committed to bringing 21st century communications to developing countries throughout Latin America and we are constantly looking for solutions that will enable us deliver high quality communications in the most cost-efficient manner possible,” notes Dora Mejia, director of sales and business development for NewCom.  “We are excited about teaming with Hispamar to roll out Amazonas 2 satellite services to this vital region.  With Amazonas 2, we get the comprehensive coverage, capacity and intuitive advanced technology we need to deliver comprehensive communications services to the governments and corporate networks we serve.”  Media Contacts Dora Mejia Director of Sales & Business Development NewCom International Phone: 305-914-1264 Email:  .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  Ingrid Ricks Media Relations NewCom International Phone 425-281-0415 Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

/ EIN Presswire / San Jose, Calif., - The new EZ-Slider torque arms by Mountz Inc. are designed to improve production and quality control during the assembly process. The ergonomic design of the EZ-Slider torque arm reduces RMI (repetitive motion injury) and CTS (carpal tunnel syndrome). The effortless handling of the torque arm provides comfortable tool operation and increased production. The Mountz torque arm eliminates torque reaction of power and pneumatic tools.  Crafted with a lightweight durable carbon fiber, the EZ-Slider torque arm slides up and down and provides X & Y axis mobility. A Gliding Rail System, an accessory product by Mountz, allows the EZ-Slider torque arm the freedom to travel horizontally (side to side) on a production floor. Combining these two items allow manufactures the ability to set-up a “Slide & Glide” movement with the EZ-Slider. The Mountz torque arm is an ideal ergonomic solution for multi-tool applications such as a moving production and assembly line where balancers are fixed to a trolley system.  When planning a production area, it pays dividends for manufacturers in the long term to plan the ergonomics of the operation and consult a health and safety inspector or ergonomic manager. Ensuring both the workplace and the assembly operation are compatible with the majority of operators that handle the assembly tools, reduces future costs arising from work-related health disorders among operators, along with costs arising from poor product quality.  Some key questions manufacturers need to ask about their production area. - How often do your assemblers complain of fatigue or arm pains?  - How much does a typical injury cost the organization? - How many workman comp claims have you had? - How often does a health and safety inspector review your applications? - What ergonomic solutions are being considered for that application?  When operating torque tools for high torque and speed applications, companies need to consider both how the tool will be supported and how the torque reaction and speed will be dealt with in order to protect the operator. The EZ-Slider torque arm eliminates torque reaction of assembly tools and strengthens quality control during the assembly process. The Mountz torque arm can be used with a variety of assembly tools like angle nut runners and electric & pneumatic screwdrivers.  The flexible EZ-Slider torque arm provides manufacturers the ability to mount the arms to a wall, workbench, a standard rail system, aluminum extrusion or existing overhead system. The torque arms are maintenance free.  The goal for manufacturers must be to protect the operator from any potential injury and make them feel comfortable and secure in operating a tool.

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