Kollywood Crisis- 10 days of no shoot! – Lazydesis

January 31, 2012 by  
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The year 2012, has started on a bad note for Kollywood. A dispute over wage revision between Tamil Film Producers Council (TFPC) and workers union led by Film Employees Federation of South India (FEFSI), has brought the Tamil industry to a grinding halt.There has been no shooting of any films in Chennai for the last 10 days, due to the stand-off between the producers and unions. Many meetings between the warring factions of the film industry have been called by mediators but it has only further strengthened the resolve to strike work.says an industry observer:

BIS Computer Solutions Acquires ResultWorx Technology Group

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BIS Computer Solutions Inc., a global supplier of information technology services based in La Crescenta, on Monday said it had acquired Pasadena technology services firm ResultWorx Technology Group Inc.

ResultWorx provides services for small- to medium-sized businesses in the San Gabriel Valley and Orange County and is known for its disaster-recovery technology. It was founded by the late Jim Locke of Pasadena and is being sold by his widow, Marilyn Cabezas-Locke. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

“While they are friendly competitors, both companies share the same vision and values in focusing on the technology needs of entrepreneurial businesses,” said Cabezas-Locke, in a statement. “I’m confident (BIS) would continue Jim’s commitment to highly personalized customer service, staying on the cutting edge of innovative technology solutions and community involvement.”

BIS Computer Solutions, a global supplier of information technology, custom software and computer services, was founded 40 years ago and has offices in New York and Alabama, and overseas in Italy and India.

Linux Commands Training Quick Tips – Using Linux Less & More Commands to Pause Output

January 31, 2012 by  
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The more and less commands can be used with the | (verical bar or pipe symbol) to pause the output of a Linux command.

Example of using the Linux more Command

The more command can pause the output of a command, but it doesn’t work as well..

For example, you can’t scroll up in the output of a Linux command with the more command – or search for text in the output of a command.

Run the following command to list the contents of the etc directory, which is off of the / (root) directory – and to see the output scroll off the top of the screen.

$ ls -l /etc

Now run the following command example to pause the output of the ls command so that it doesn’t scroll off the top of the screen.

Be sure to type in the | (vertical bar) between /etc and more.

$ ls -l /etc | moreLinux Commands Training Tips:

The vertical bar | symbol is usually below the Backspace key on your keyboard and is referred to as the pipe symbol. It is used to pipe the output of one command into another command. In this case, you are piping the output of the less command to the more command.

Press the Spacebar a few times to scroll down a screenful.

Press the up arrow key and then the Page Up key and see that you can’t scroll up.

Press q to quit out of the Linux more command.

Example of using the Linux less Command

Now run the less command example below to pause the output of the ls command.

Make sure you type in the | (vertical bar) between /etc and less.

$ ls -l /etc | less

This shows the first page or screenful of the file.

Press the Spacebar to see the next screen of output.

Now press the down arrow key a few times, then the up arrow, then press the Page down key and the Page Up key.

Press the end key to go to the end of the output and then Home to go to the top of the output.

Virus can rob bank accounts without notice

January 31, 2012 by  
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SEATTLE – An elaborate new computer virus threatens to let hackers take money from your bank account while covering their tracks, preventing account holders from knowing they’ve been victimized.

MSNBC.com reports the virus swaps out banking web pages, thereby preventing account holders from knowing their money is gone.

The best example to explain how it works is a scene from a spy or heist movie. the spy hacks into a building’s surveillance camera feed and makes it look like nobody is there when, in fact, someone is walking right by the camera.

The same thing applies with the new virus. when a person uses an infected computer, the virus steals their login information and tricks them into revealing other personal information. the thieves then use that information to take money from the accounts. But later, when the victim tries to log on again, the virus intercepts them and makes it look like there have been no fraudulent transactions.

Typically, the advice is to check your statement online for any fraudulent use. But if you keep checking on the same computer, you won’t know there is anything wrong. the only way to find it is to access your account on an uninfected computer, go to an ATM or wait for your bank statement in the mail.

The new virus came to light after a large retail bank in the U.S. discovered it. the bank was not named in the MSNBC.com article.

Learn more about the virus at MSNBC.com

Mother of Ben Needham has 'lifeline' laptop stolen

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31 January 2012 Last updated at 11:04 ET Share this page Ben Needham went missing on the Greek island of Kos in 1991

A mother whose son disappeared while on holiday 21 years ago has had information relating to his search stolen in a burglary at her home.

Kerry Needham's son Ben went missing during a family holiday on the island of Kos in 1991 when he was 21-months-old.

Thieves took a laptop during a break-in at her house in Sheffield.

Ms Needham said the computer contained photos of Ben and was a "lifeline" in the search for her missing son.

She said: "The laptop was very personal to us because there are an awful lot of documents on there regarding Ben."

She added: "It's my way of keeping up with Ben's campaigns on Facebook and Twitter. Keeping in touch with the press and the public via e-mail and things like that. It's my lifeline really to keep up with Ben."

None of the material on the computer was backed-up elsewhere.

Ms Needham appealed to anyone with any information about the stolen laptop to get in touch.

She said: "if somebody has got a conscience. that laptop would be very, very identifiable as to who it belongs to with all the stuff on it. "

Book Review: The Twitter Book by Tim O’Reilly and Sarah Milstein

January 31, 2012 by  
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It seems like every week a new social media platform pops up, and we are all urged to run over and join. I like to really know how to take full advantage of the social media platforms I belong to so when I learned about The Twitter Book by Tim O’Reilly (@timoreilly) and Sarah Milstein (@SarahM), I knew I needed to read this book. Tim O’Reilly is the founder and CEO of O’Reilly Media, one of the best computer book publishers out there. Sarah Milstein is a frequent speaker on Twitter for business and has been UBM TechWeb’s General Manager and co-chair for the Web 2.0 Expo.

The Twitter Book starts out with a look at getting started with Twitter. You will learn about how to sign up and what following means. Don’t think this is just for beginners though because you will also learn how to set up a compelling profile, all the latest jargon, the secret to linking on Twitter, and a variety of other helpful information you may or may not know about how Twitter works.

Once you know the basics, you start to learn about how to search for things on Twitter. I had no idea that there was a way to track certain searches with email notifications. I am now getting a daily email alert every time my blog name is mentioned on Twitter! You can even search on mentions of your website link! You will also learn how to back up your tweets, making them easier to access in the future. The Twitter Book will introduce you to so many different applications that work well with Twitter and will help you be more productive. I cannot believe how much time this is saving me over manually searching for things.

For those interested in learning to best take advantage of the limited characters you have to work with on Twitter, the next chapter is all about how to hold conversations. You’ll learn all about retweeting and quoting along with how to trouble shoot your tweet. The chapter will explain what you should retweet, how to send smart replies and how to clearly and classily get your message across. You will also be shown how to get attention gracefully and three cool hashtag tricks. Do you know what an MT is on Twitter? or how about a Hat Tip? If not, you need to read this book.

You’ll also learn how to share information and ideas on Twitter by linking to a tweet, posting pictures, and even live tweet an event. You’ll learn tips and tricks to reveal yourself on Twitter so that people really see the person behind the Twitter handle and not just a stream of what’s happening. The final chapter focuses on using Twitter for businesses and you learn special considerations and ideas. You’ll learn to integrate with your other channels and how to manage multiple staffers on one account. I see now why it’s so important to post mostly NOT about your company. for those interested in monetizing, the book discusses how to make money with Twitter.

Whether you’re new to Twitter or have been using it for a while, you will definitely find useful information to help you streamline what you’re doing and increase your reach. The book is very easy to follow even for those of use who are not technical gurus. The book walks you through Twitter from the very basic new user to a more advanced business user. You need this resource!

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In brief: Balance workshop offers tips on improving movement

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January 26, 2012 in Washington Voices


WEST HILLS – Holy Names Music Center, 3910 W. Custer Drive, will offer an introductory workshop on the Alexander Technique from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday.

The course, taught by William Conable, will teach participants a simple and practical method for improving ease and freedom of movement, balance, support, flexibility and coordination to enhance performance.

The workshop costs $10. To register and for more information, call (509) 326-9516.

Drivers needed for treat deliveries Feb. 14

CLIFF/CANNON – Meals on Wheels Spokane is in need of volunteers to help deliver sweet treats to seniors on Feb. 14.

Local cupids have purchased Cinn-A-Grams to brighten Valentine’s Day for senior citizens, but help is needed to make the deliveries. About 60 volunteers are needed for the deliveries that will begin at 8 a.m. in Spokane and some outlying areas. Pick up will be at Central Lutheran Church, 512 S. Bernard St.

Volunteers also are needed to put the goodies together. Volunteers will meet at noon on Feb. 13 for about four hours.

The Cinn-A-Gram event is a fundraiser for Meals on Wheels and funds from each Valentine’s treat sold will feed five hungry seniors a hot, nutritious meal.

To volunteer and for more details, call (509) 456-0397.

Cancer Resource Centers seek more volunteers

SPOKANE COUNTY – Volunteers are needed for the American Cancer Society’s Spokane Cancer Resource Centers. the Cancer Resource Centers are a partnership between the American Cancer Society and Deaconess Hospital/Rockwood Health Systems, Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center, and Valley Hospital and Medical Center.

Volunteers are not trained medical personnel, but they have access to up-to-date cancer information and free programs and services available in this area. they are also trained to navigate the society’s website and community resource database. Those wishing to volunteer for the Cancer Resource Centers should have some basic computer skills or the ability to learn, but most of all they should be compassionate to the needs of the patients. former cancer patients are encouraged to apply.

For information on how to volunteer, call Bonnie Abernethy at (509) 242-8292 or email bonnie.abernethy@ cancer.org.

Whitworth Founder’s Day events begin Feb. 2

SPOKANE COUNTY – Whitworth University, 300 W. Hawthorne Road, will kick off Heritage Month 2012 with its annual Founder’s Day Convocation Feb. 2 in the Cowles Auditorium at 11 a.m.

The event will include music and worship, Provost and Executive Vice President Michael Le Roy and campus historian and professor Dale Soden will speak, and top students will be honored.

Heritage Month commemorates the university’s founding on Feb. 20, 1890. Themed “Whitworth in the ’70s,” the upcoming celebration will include a gospel explosion performance on Feb. 10; the fourth annual Leonard A. Oakland Film Festival, Feb. 16 through Feb. 18; and the lecture “Expo ’74 and the Transformation of Spokane,” on Feb. 22.

For details and a full list of events, visit www.whitworth.edu.

‘Portraits’ at StageWest opens Feb. 3 in Cheney

CHENEY – StageWest Community Theatre will perform “Portraits,” beginning Feb. 3 at 7 p.m. at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 639 Elm St., in Cheney.

Other performance dates include Feb. 4, Feb. 10-11, and Feb. 17-18 at 7 p.m. Sunday shows will be held on Feb. 5 and Feb. 12 at 3 p.m.

The play, written by Jonathan Bell, is a collection of stories of those affected by the 9/11 tragedy.

Tickets are $12 for adults, and $8 for students and seniors, age 60 and older. Tickets may be purchased by calling (509) 951-1355, or by emailing StageWestCT@ yahoo.com.

For more information, visit www.stagewestct.org.

The real Super Bowl battle: Ad giants reveal what to expect during war of the airwaves (and at a cost of $3.5million for 30 seconds, they’d better be good)

January 31, 2012 by  
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by Lydia Warren

Last updated at 2:19 AM on 29th January 2012

As sports fans across the country watch the New England Patriots and New York Giants battle for the Super Bowl crown next weekend, an even larger war will be unfolding before their eyes.

Advertising companies will be scrapping for the accolade of the most-creative commercial at the most-watched television show of the year.

And ad giants have given their competitors and viewers a taste of what to expect, releasing teasers of their hard work in the run-up to the stand off on Sunday February 5.

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Enticing: Model Adriana Lima appears in a teaser clip for Kia Optima. Some companies have released full ads ahead of the February 5 game between the Giants and the Patriots, while others have unveiled snippets

Bark side: In a Star Wars themed ad for Volkswagen, a choir of dogs howl the Imperial March

The three dozen brands appearing in the game’s ad breaks include Super Bowl stalwarts such as Bud Light, Budweiser, Coca-Cola, Doritos, go Daddy, M&M’s, Toyota and Volkswagen.

They will be joined by film studios, including Walt Disney, Paramount and Universal.

The companies offering tasters ahead of the game include Audi, which has released a 60-second ad which will air during the first break after kick-off.

The commercial jumps on the back on the success of the Twilight film series, showing a group of young vampires partying by a campfire.

Teaser: Actor Matthew Broderick re-appears in his famed role Ferris Bueller for a ten-second teaser clip. the full advert will be showcased during the commercial breaks at next weekend’s Super Bowl

Humour-driven: In the Chevrolet ad, a graduate thinks his parents have bought him a car, rather than a fridge

Driving an Audi S7, another vampire approaches the group with a full cooler of blood under his arm. but he is unaware of the power of the vehicle’s headlamps, and his friends explode when they look directly at the light.

Paul Chibe, Anheuser-Busch

In a similarly witty commercial, Career Builder employs a group of chimps to mock a worker – placing ‘kick me’ signs on his back and using his toothbrush. ‘Job causing you sleepless nights?’ it asks.

Sketchers have also hit headlines for its offering, after they dropped the face of recent adverts – Kim Kardashian – in favour of a sneaker-wearing dog.

Volkswagen is sticking with the Star Wars theme following last year’s Darth Vader Kid, releasing one advert showing a chorus of dogs howling the Imperial Theme.

Other companies have only provided 15-second teasers for audiences ahead of the full airings.

Strange choice: Cars.com depict a man and his ‘confidence’ choosing cars at a dealership

Top dog: Sketchers decided to replace Kim Kardashian with a sneaker-wearing dog for their ad

They include Matthew Broderick reprising his Ferris Bueller role for a Honda advert.

In the snippet, directed by the Hangover writer Todd Phillips, the actor climbs out of bed and opens his curtains before the date of the football game flashes on the screen.


On average, NBC charged companies $3.5 million for a 30 second slot this year, with the biggest bill at $4 million.

A handful of companies invested in 60-second commercials, while others will showcase two or three.

It is a new record for the cost of commercial airtime during the Super Bowl.

In 2011, the same amount of time cost $3, up from the previous, recession-ravaged year of $2.56 million.

A decade ago, 30 seconds cost $1.9 million, while two decades ago, the same slot cost companies a mere $800,000.

Thirty seconds at the first Super Bowl in 1967 cost just $40,000. by 1980, the price had rocketed to $723,000.

Model Adriana Lima appears in a similar teaser for Kia Optima, waving a racing flag in slow motion before the date appears. the actual ad will be 60 seconds – twice the length of itscompetitors’ slots.

‘By releasing them early, you start building a following,’ Joel Ewanick, global chief marketing officer at General Motors, explained to the New York Times.

He added that such a following can give a brand’s commercials a leg up in the ‘free for all’ among the Super Bowl sponsors.

A number of the longtime sponsors are set to make multiple appearances. there will be three spots for Chevrolet and two for Doritos, go Daddy, Bud Light, Budweiser, Hyundai and Bridgestone tyres.

And at an average cost of $3.5 million for a 30-second spot, they had better be good.

NBC has sold all the commercial airtime for the game in Indianapolis, with some time slots costing as much as $4 million.

‘There are the usual companies that have supported it in the past,’ Seth Winter, senior vice president of NBC Sports group sales & marketing, said.

‘Automotive will be very healthy. Beverages will be very healthy. the movie and snack category continue to be healthy. there will be a few new players and some who have been there, who won’t be there.’

Laughing stock: Career Builder’s ad shows chimps mocking a co-worker who realises he needs to switch jobs

Famous faces: In another clip for Priceline, William Shatner falls to his death in a bus teetering over a bridge

Speaking to NBC, he added: ‘Some of the things I’ve seen are astonishing. I think you’ll see a lot of ads that are humorous and action-filled, with a range of different types of executions.

‘We haven’t seen everything yet; we don’t see everything until almost the week of [the game].’

But with more than 100 million viewers tuning in, companies believe the big bucks are worth it.

‘We see the Super Bowl as a huge brand-building opportunity,’ Paul Chibe, vice president for marketing at  Anheuser-Busch told the New YorkTimes, because of its ‘enormous reach’.

This year, companies will be extending that reach through social media, with many including a hash tag that can be used on Twitter in an attempt to get their products to ‘trend’.

The Bud Light Platinum commercials, for example, will end with a Twitter hashtag, #MakeItPlatinum.

Battle: Three dozen companies will show adverts in the commercial breaks during the Super Bowl game between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots on February 5 in Indianapolis, Indiana

OneBud Light ad will direct viewers to the brand’s Facebook page, facebook.com/BudLight, to help raise money for the Animal Rescue Foundation.

‘The Super Bowl is an incredibly social event, and as social media becomes more integral to people’s lives, it’sa natural combination with the Super Bowl,’ Tom Bedecarre, CEO of San Francisco ad agency AKQA, told the San Fransisco Chronicle.

‘People now tend to watch TV with a tablet on their lap or a mobile phone in their pocket or a laptop on their couch.

‘They share comments about the teams, the TV commercials, what they’re serving at their Super Bowl parties.’

Speaking to the New York Times, Phil Pacsi, vice president for customer marketing at Bridgestone Americas, added: ‘From an advertising standpoint, the Super Bowl is, if not the greatest, one of the greatest venues to be part of to gain exposure for your brand.’

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Business Trip | CareerBuilder 2012 big Game Commercial from CareerBuilder for Employers on Vimeo.


Region native missing in Nevada; massive search yields no clues

January 31, 2012 by  
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A massive search for his brother wasn’t enough to stopnightmarish scenarios from playing out in Garnett Kirk’s mindMonday as he flew from Las Vegas back to Northwest Indiana.

Kirk, 33, of Cedar Lake, returned home Monday after joiningabout 450 people in the search for his brother Ron Kirk over therocky terrain of Nevada’s Red Rock National Conservation Area.

Ron Kirk, 46, formerly a resident of Valparaiso and other regioncommunities, is believed to have gone missing more than two weeksago after he was thought to have gone hiking in Calico Basin, apart of the park he frequented, his family said.

Susan Dres, of Valparaiso, reported her brother, a Las Vegasresident, missing Jan. 22 when she didn’t hear from him and nobodyelse in the Kirk family had been in touch with him, Garnett Kirksaid.

Friends and members of the Las Vegas Hash House Harriers, arunning club, knew the areas where Ron Kirk was known to hike andrun and went to look for him.

One of the club members found Kirk’s Jeep in the national park’sparking lot a day after Dres filed the report, Garnett Kirksaid.

Police brought out helicopters but were unable to find Ron Kirk,he said.

Garnett Kirk said he suspected something had gone awry when hisbrother didn’t show up for classes at the University of Nevada atLas Vegas. it wasn’t like his brother to miss any classes, Kirksaid.

“(They sent) a university police officer to all of his classes,and they said Ron didn’t attend any of his classes,” he said.

Ron Kirk was born in Harvey, moved around the south suburbs andPorter County and eventually graduated from Valparaiso High Schoolin 1983, his family said. He served as a Marine for several yearsand was employed in California. His family hopes his militaryexperience will be a saving grace for him.

“He was a U.S. Marine,” Garnett Kirk said. “They trained him howto survive.”

After leaving his job in California, Ron Kirk moved back to thearea to work for Ford Motor co. in Chicago alongside his brotherGarnett and father, Darrell Kirk Sr.

The brothers took a buyout that allowed both of them to enrollin college, Garnett Kirk said. Ron Kirk chose to head back to theWest to Las Vegas and was happy there, his brother said.

But despite where Ron Kirk was, he was always running, GarnettKirk said.

“He loved hiking. He loved running,” he said. “He’s basicallylived his life one mile at a time.”

The searches haven’t yielded any clues as to where Ron Kirk maybe, his family said.

“We had it narrowed down to a 16-mile radius of where he couldbe,” Garnett Kirk said. “And you look at all that area and all ofthe people that came to help, and you start to think about it. Ithink that’s still probably the hardest part is that there are somany different scenarios, and your mind starts to play tricks onyou that he’s outside that area.”

Friends who live near the park vowed to continue searching asmembers of the Kirk family made their way Monday back to NorthwestIndiana.

“His friends are very determined to help assist, you know, theones that live in Vegas,” Garnett Kirk said. “They are determinedto help bring closure to our family.”

Group members are coordinating communication through a Facebookpage titled “Find Ron Kirk.”

“We are extremely hopeful,” Garnett Kirk said. “You always havethat little bit of hope until you get closure.”

Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water Interviews Adetutu Ijose ? Vital Information about Computers, Health and Computer Eye Strain

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Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water Interviews Adetutu Ijose – Vital Information about Computers, Health and Computer Eye Strain

Grants Pass, OR (PRWEB) January 05, 2012

Sharon Kleyne, host of the Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water syndicated radio talk show, recently interviewed Adetutu Ijose, of SOG Consultants, about computer eye strain, computer related health issues and proactive steps to avoid computer health problems.

Adetutu Ijose has 20 years experience in computers and information technology and suffered a life-threatening illness as a direct result of her computer use. she is a prolific writer, with provocative titles such as Eyes, Vision and Computer use; Computer Related Health Conditions; Cyber Bullying; Computer use Addiction and Withdrawal; Global Epidemic: Human Abuse of the Computer; Allergies, Asthma and Computers; and Computer Induced Stress.

The interview may be heard on-demand on World Talk Radio, Voice America, Green Talk Network, Apple iTunes and Twitter.

Sharon Kleyne and Adetutu agree that computer use can lead to numerous physical problems, many involving the eyes and tear film. Insulated walls and windows, and fluorescent lighting can also cause health and dry eye problems. Symptoms include dry eye, headaches, sore shoulders and stress. Sharon noted that there are hazards in many professions, such as harvesting in a field or piloting an airplane, and you should always be proactive in protecting yourself.

Adetutu explained that in her case, computer eye strain and dry eye led to numerous other health problems that eventually became life-threatening. Doctors could not correctly diagnose the problem until they were able to trace it back to dry eye and computer use. Adetutu believes that because computer use is unnatural to the human body, especially the eyes, one symptom can set up a chain of symptoms resulting in a health breakdown.

Computer eye strain and dry eye symptoms can begin after only two hours on the computer. if you already have dry eye due to another cause (as 50% of the population does), the chances of developing computer eye strain are even higher. Adetutu notes that 53 million people in the US use PC’s, either for work, personal use or both, and 35 million use the Internet. she adds that video games, TV, Nook and Kindle, and iPhones and iPads also cause computer eye strain because they all involve looking at a screen.

Sharon observed that carpal tunnel syndrome, weight gain, lack of exercise, poor sleep and stress can also be caused by computer use. if you drink sugared drinks instead of water, the effects are magnified.

Adetutu recommends that the computer environment be as natural as possible with some outdoor air. Computer use drastically reduces they eye’s reflexive blink rate (because eyes do not recognize light from the computer screen as bright). you need to make a conscious effort to blink, take frequent breaks, and keep your face and eyes humidified (less blinking results in greater tear film evaporation).

There was a discussion of neurotransmitters, a group of chemicals that enable the transmission of nerve signals (either excitatory or inhibitory). Normal light, according to Adetutu, simulates neurotransmitter activity and thus, normal body functioning. Computer light does not stimulate neurotransmitter activity and tends to deplete the body’s neurotransmitters.

Computer use by children, with their developing brains, should be carefully monitored. if you child uses a computer, pay extra attention to their growth and development, especially their vision. Regular eye exams are critical. also, make sure they drink enough water and limit their sugar intake.

Adetutu recommends washing the face in the morning because moist, healthy skin transmits light better. she recommends preventing or alleviating dry eye by humidifying the skin around the eyes with water that is pH balanced and biocompatible with the skin’s natural pH, which is slightly acidic (5.5 to 6.5).

Ms. Ijose praised Nature’s Tears EyeMist as the only available natural water mist for the eyes and the only available dry eye product with the correct, skin compatible pH balance (6.49). Sharon reiterated the importance of supplemental eye humidity when working at a computer, noting that even the humidity in the air can become polluted and that personal, hand-held humidifying devices for eyes and skin are increasingly important to proactive health.            

Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water is sponsored by Bio-Logic Aqua Research, whose Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® product naturally soothes and humidifies dry eyes with all-natural, pH balanced water. Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® is available at BioLogicAqua.com, Amazon.com, drugstore.com and selected drugstores nationwide.

Listen to the Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water Mondays, 10 a.m., PST/PDT. The syndicated radio talk show is heard on Voice America/World Talk Radio, Green Talk Network and Apple iTunes. Go to SharonKleyneHour.com for written summaries and on-demand replays. also visit naturestears.com, whatistheeye.wordpress.com, “Nature’s Tears EyeMist” on Facebook and “Bio-Logic Aqua” on Twitter.

Adetutu’ Ijose’s website is foodsthathealdaily.com. .

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