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‘Nothing to Celebrate’

first_imgAbout 85 legislators of the 103-member body were nowhere to be seen at the official program marking the 167th independence anniversary celebration held last Saturday at the Centennial Memorial Pavilion in Monrovia.Members of the National Legislature, the first branch of the Liberian government, and even members of the President’s cabinet, are becoming accustomed to snubbing major functions of late, a trend that is receiving increasing outcry and criticism from the public.The deliberate absence of senior government officials from major national events, not to even mention opposition political leaders, is gradually becoming a tradition in the country. This has on several occasions led prominent Liberians, including Dr. Amos Sawyer, to voice out their frustration about the lack of coordination in the government.Although there was a good crowd at the program, despite some empty seats in the pavilion, the majority of the seats reserved by protocol officers for members of the national legislature were noticeably empty.There were only 16 lawmakers of both houses, and they were seen clustered together while the vast majority of the seats were left unoccupied at the back. In addition to those few lawmakers, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, J. Alex Tyler, and Senate Pro-Tempore, Gbehzongar M. Findley, were also present and seated at the high table along with the President, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the National Orator, Dr. Elizabeth Davis-Russell, and Foreign Minister Augustine Ngafuan.Senators present at the program were: Senators Cletus Wotorson of Grand Kru County, Edward Dargoseh of Grand Cape Mount County, and George Tengbeh of Lofa County. Representatives were, Sahr Fofie Bimba of Lofa, William Darkel and Munah Pelham-Youngblood Montserrado County.“Why is it that most of our lawmakers are always absent at major national events? Is it that they don’t want to represent the interest of their people? This is getting serious and we as Liberians need to do something about this situation,” a Liberian woman at the ceremony said in frustration.It may be recalled that the leadership of the legislature recently snubbed the official launch of the Common African Position on the Post-2015 Global Development Agenda, held in the C. Cecil Dennis Memorial Auditorium at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.Some lawmakers, prior to the Independence Day, had called for the cancellation of the entire event, but it is yet to be known whether this is the reason why they decided to snub the program. Some of them had proposed for the day to be observed for national fasting and prayer for God to heal the country in the midst of the Ebola calamity.The lawmakers said that there is nothing about the Independence Day for Liberians to celebrate as the country is plagued with disasters.The Liberian government, in the midst of numerous challenges including the budget shortfall and the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus, decided to cancel the festive aspects normally associated with the Independence Day celebration. The celebration was slated to be held in Sinoe and Grand Kru Counties, but was cancelled due to bad roads.Members of the opposition community also snubbed the Independence Day celebration, with the only noticeable opposition figure present being Winston Tubman, formerly of the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC).Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Rice milling company blasts GRDB’s “no outbreak” report

first_imgCorentyne rice infestation…says over 3000 acres infestedNand Persaud and Company Limited has blasted the Guyana Rice Development Board (GRDB) for saying that there has been no outbreak of the worm associated with the water weevil on the Corentyne.Following a report carried by Guyana Times that rice farmers on the Corentyne are experiencing strange growth and pests in their fields, as some rice is being attacked by worms and flies, the GRDB said that it was not true.According to the GRDB, a visit to the area revealed that there is no outbreak of the worm associated with the water weevil as reported. The State rice entity statedFrustrated Alan Goolcharran of Number 52 Villagethat the pest was only found in one farmer’s field in the area.However, Nand Persaud and Company Limited, one of the largest rice mills in Berbice, on Tuesday said the presence of the pest was characterised by stunted plant growth and yellowing of leaves. These signs often cause confusion among rice farmers who mistakenly believe that there is a nutrient deficiency problem.“Several farmers contacted Nand Persaud and Company Limited on the infestation issue and have benefited from intense investigative field visits and follow-up plans conducted by their agronomist. This has resulted from significant recoveries made from the fields treated and arduous efforts are currently in progress to bring the pest infestation under control,” the rice milling company said.When this publication first published the article, one farmer stated that he was advised by the GRDB to use Matador to control the worms which were found on the roots of the rice plants.In its release dated March 9, the GRDB listed seven chemicals, including Matador, to be used to deal with the pest.However, Nand Persaud and Company Limited has strongly objected to this. According to the company, the rice farmers should not utilise the pesticide Matador for the treatment of this pest or paddy bugs since it has been found to escalate the problem.“The Plant Hopper is known to transmit a virus called Hoja Blanca which can result in 25-50 per cent loss in yield if the problem is not identified and treated early. The Extension Department of Nand Persaud wishes to extend its continuous support to farmers in the fight against this potentially dangerous pest,” the milling company said. One farmer who Nand Persaud highlighted, Alan Goolcharran, of Number 52 Village, Corentyne, whose cultivation comprise approximately 40 acres of rice, is likely to lose more than 20 per cent in yield if the situation is not brought under control.Recently, brightly coloured leaves were observed on some of the paddy plants.According to some farmers, their fields have experienced stunted growth over the past month. One of the affected farmers is former Rice Producers Association (RPA) Extension Officer Ramlakhan Singh, who farms at Number 56 Village.He explained that they have been investigating and it was some of the labourers who made the startling discovery: strange worms at the root of the plants.But there is a second problem – one that is more complicated affecting the rice. Large-scale infestation of what appears to be flies has been seen by some rice farmers. There were a similar attack two crops ago and rice production was low in the affected areas. Following the publication of the GRBD’s release, some Corentyne rice farmers exposed the poor service being offered to Corentyne rice farmers by GRDB’s extension officers. They claimed that three weeks ago, reports were made to the GRDB about the infestation and the officer engaged a few farmers afterward and provided advice. Those farmers say the extension officer might have been in trouble had the team visited the affected farms.“They advised a few farmers and the team went to those farms and so they would not find any worms because the officers told the farmers what to do…” (Andrew Carmichael)last_img read more

Disgraced minister packs his bags

first_imgDENVER – The Rev. Ted Haggard moved Wednesday from his longtime home in Colorado Springs to Phoenix, where the disgraced minister will join the same church that helped fallen televangelist Jim Bakker. Haggard, 50, resigned as president of the National Association of Evangelicals last year, after a former male prostitute alleged a three-year cash-for-sex relationship. The man also said he saw Haggard use methamphetamine. Haggard confessed to undisclosed “sexual immorality” and said he bought meth but never used it. As part of his severance package from New Life Church, a 14,000-member congregation he started in his basement, Haggard agreed to leave Colorado Springs, a city he helped make an evangelical center. Bakker, the televangelist, found refuge at Barnett’s church after being released from federal prison for bilking supporters of $158 million. He volunteered at a Los Angeles church mission run by Barnett’s son. London said he believes Barnett told his congregation Sunday that Haggard would be joining them. Barnett and officials at his church did not return calls seeking comment. Haggard faces a test in going from being on the pulpit to becoming just another face in the pews, London said. “Once you were in charge of a megachurch and a mega-staff and making mega-decisions, now your main decision is where you’re going to school, where to eat and what you’re going to do on your day off,” London said. The Rev. Mike Ware, a member of a separate panel of pastors that investigated the claims against Haggard, said: “We’ve all been in agreement that Ted should have a fresh start, gain some fresh perspective, and it’s very difficult for them to get the kind of healing they need staying in Colorado Springs.” Ware said Haggard is continuing to receive counseling, which officials said will include an exploration of his sexuality. Haggard has told his advisers he does not believe he is gay. As part of a severance package that will pay Haggard through 2007, Haggard agreed not only to leave town but to refrain from discussing the scandal publicly. He did not return messages Wednesday.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “When he moved out of town today, there was a kind of relief on the part of the church that life can get back to normal,” said the Rev. H.B. London, former pastor at First Church of the Nazarene in Pasadena and one of three ministers overseeing what has been called Haggard’s “restoration.” “For the Haggards, it is the beginning of a huge new chapter,” London said. “It’s a brand new start for them, the beginning of a new beginning.” Before his fall, Haggard was an emerging voice in evangelical politics. He took part in White House conference calls and fought to broaden the movement’s agenda to include environmental issues. In Phoenix, Haggard plans to pursue a graduate degree in counseling at an area university, said London, who heads an outreach effort for pastors through Focus on the Family, the Colorado Springs-based conservative Christian group. Ted and Gayle Haggard have ties to Phoenix. The couple spent three weeks at secular treatment center in the area after the scandal broke. And the Pentecostal church they will attend, Phoenix First Assembly of God, is led by the Rev. Tommy Barnett, another member of Haggard’s restoration team. last_img read more

Arsenal midfielder pledges more England goals after stunning brace in Slovenia win

first_imgJack Wilshere pledged to score more goals for England after breaking his international duck with a stunning brace that helped the Three Lions to a 3-2 victory over Slovenia in Ljubljana.The hosts took the lead against the run of play through Milivoje Novakovic, but the Arsenal midfielder’s quick-fire brace put England ahead halfway through the second half.Nejc Pecnik looked to have earned the Slovenians a draw but Wayne Rooney grabbed a late winner, ensuring England maintained their 100 per cent Euro 2016 qualifying record in Group E.Wilshere had previously gone 28 international appearances without finding the net, but after his two brilliant strikes, the 23-year-old clearly had a taste for goals and promised England fans more would be on the horizon.“Obviously it’s nice to get a first couple of goals for England. It’s been a long time coming and I had chances in previous games,” said the midfielder.“Usually in that area for Arsenal we play a bit more but the first one came, I hit it and it went in.“I want to add more goals. Frank Lampard, Steven Gerrard, Paul Scholes; they all scored for England and I want that.” 1 Jack Wilshere last_img read more

How Zen Hair and Beauty meets demands for high-end natural haircare

first_imgRachel McLaughlin visited Zen Hair and Beauty last week to learn how it has become a high-quality haircare haven:2018 is an exciting year for the team at Zen Hair and Beauty in Letterkenny as they expand their haircare service hours and prepare to celebrate 10 years in business. The luxury salon at Portsween House, Port Road Letterkenny have added an extra day to the Zen Hair schedule to open from 10-6pm each Tuesday. Zen Hair and Beauty team: Chloe Boyle, Courtney Boyle, Michelle Gallagher, Ciara Toner, Eimear Gibbons, Anna Walker and Tara Bryson. Photo: Rachel McLaughlinZen Hair and Beauty, LetterkennyZen Hair is Donegal’s only Kevin Murphy haircare salon, and demand for the innovative range has grown so much that the team are now taking appointments from Tuesday to Saturdays each week. Many people know Zen for their professional makeup and beauty treatments, but the popularity of Kevin Murphy products is growing fast as more and more local women discover the benefits. Zen Hair switched to Kevin Murphy just over a year ago so they can proudly offer PPD free, ammonia free, paraben free, and cruelty free hair Colour.Me colour and products.Kevin Murphy products used and available to buy at Zen Hair and Beauty, LetterkennyKevin Murphy products, available to buy at Zen Hair and Beauty, LetterkennyAfter three years of delivering top-class haircare, the Zen team have come to recognise how much their clients want natural products. Kevin Murphy was created as skincare for the hair, which means there is a wide range of products classed in categories for all sorts of benefits. Whether it’s hydration, curling, smoothing, anti-ageing, repair, volume, thickening, texture, detox or blonde care, there is a product for everyone. Tara Bryson. Zen Hair and Beauty, LetterkennyTara Bryson tells us why the Zen team love Kevin Murphy haircare so much: “It does what it’s supposed to do. The products cater for everything. The ingredients naturally treat the hair so there is no heavy residue left. Plus, it smells amazing.”I had to see (and smell!) the effects of the treatment for myself, so talented Hair Stylist Anna Walker put my colour-treated hair through a deluxe hydration session.Using the Hydrate-Me.Wash and Hydrate.Me-Rinse, Anna added the goodness of shea butter, kakadu plum and orchid to my hair, before a 2-part moisture treatment. The luxury conditioner is infused with a hot towel, which feels like a mini-spa in itself. With fresh and moisturised locks, Anna finished my hair with a beautiful curly blow dry using Motion.Lotion to enhance the curls and Shimmer.Me Blonde to brighten my balayage with purple illuminators.Rachel’s hair after a Kevin Murphy Luxury Treatment. Zen Hair and Beauty, LetterkennyFor the next few days I had serious volume and bounce in my hair, and the curls lasted gorgeously. Among the many services at Zen Hair are Beauty Works Hair Extensions. Anna explained that Kevin Murphy being sulphate-free is a big draw for people with extensions who want to keep them in the best condition. The team are looking forward to celebrating 10 years of Zen Beauty, which began in May 2008 in Ramelton. Now, Zen Beauty offer the latest treatments in nails, geleration nails, makeup application, HD Brows, LVL lashes, eyelash extensions and more. All skincare products and treatments are carried out using Dermalogica or Skinician.You can browse the full list and make bookings on the Zen Hair and Beauty iPhone App here: the Android App here: Plus, Hair and Beauty treatments can be combined into great wedding and hen party packages. The spacious and stylish salon is the perfect scene for a glamourous get together. Skin and Bodycare clinics are also a popular choice for clients. Donnamarie McBride of Ace Clinics visits twice a month to provide aesthetic services such as semi permanent make up, fat freezing and Dermaplaning Facial. Private treatment rooms at Zen Hair and Beauty, LetterkennyDr. Siobhan Murray offers a BOTOX and fillers clinic once a month and Laura Peoples offers a kinesiology clinic in the salon.If you’d like to book any service or see how the Kevin Murphy range can be adapted to suit your hair, call in to Zen Hair and Beauty this month and talk to the team. March hair offers include €20 off colour, highlights and balayage, or €10 off colour and cuts.Consultations are free at Zen Hair. Call to book at : (074) 912 0400Visit Zen Letterkenny on Facebook (click here)and Instagram (click here) for more offers and updates.Zen Hair and Beauty team: Chloe Boyle, Courtney Boyle, Michelle Gallagher, Ciara Toner, Eimear Gibbons, Anna Walker and Tara Bryson. Photo: Rachel McLaughlinSponsored PostHow Zen Hair and Beauty meets demands for high-end natural haircare was last modified: March 19th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:beauty salonhair salonhairdressingkevin murphyletterkennyzen hair & beautylast_img read more

Arsenal and Inter Milan target wants to leave Nice this summer – reports

first_imgNice left-back Dalbert wants to leave the club amid interest from Arsenal and Inter Milan.The 23-year-old enjoyed a brilliant debut campaign in France last season after arriving from Portuguese club Vitoria de Guimaraes last summer.Clubs from around Europe have taken notice of the Brazilian’s performances and there are reports Arsenal and Inter Milan will make their moves this summer.Both sides are said to have scouted Dalbert over the past 12 months and they’ve been impressed by what they’ve seen.The defender too has seemingly caught wind of interest from abroad and, according to L’Equipe, he is ready to jump ship.Dalbert reportedly believes a season at a big club – such as Arsenal or Inter – will give him the best opportunity to nail down a spot in Brazil’s squad for next summer’s World Cup in Russia. Dalbert (right) in action for Nice 1last_img read more


first_imgLOCAL NOTESLifford Clonleigh RC CLASSES/COURSES: Classes that are recommencing in September are as follows:Computers – Recommencing Tuesday 11th Sep @ 10.30a.mI.T Class – Recommencing Tuesday 11th Sep @ 7p.mComputers – Learning for Living will recommence on Wednesday 12th Sep @ 2p.m. Crafts – Recommencing Wednesday 12th Sep @ 8p.mJust for Me – Recommencing Thursday 13th Sep @ 11a.mCreative Writing – Recommencing Wednesday 19th Sep @ 2p.m.We will keep everyone updated with any new training programmes which will be starting shortly.     LOCAL NEWS: LIFFORD CLONLEIGH RC NOTES was last modified: September 6th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:LOCAL NEWS: LIFFORD CLONLEIGH RC NOTESlast_img read more


first_imgDonegal Junior League Administrator Terry Leyden pictured presenting the Downtown Cup to Tommy Rodgers captain of Glenea United Reserves. Included is League Secretary Christina O’ Donnell. Pic.: Gary Foy, League PROCastlefin Celtic Reserves 0 Glenea United Reserves 1From the very first few minutes of play this match had all the hallmarks of going to penalty kicks. Indeed this was the opinion of most of the half time tea drinkers as they gathered in the clubhouse at Diamond Park, Ballyare to oil their vocal cords in anticipation of the second half of the Final.On eleven minutes Barry Tourish created the first real opening when he cut in from the left wing before sending his shot wide of Ciaran Gallagher’s net. Both sides found it difficult to settle and the heavy underfoot conditions didn’t exactly help. On twenty four minutes Barr Tourish sent a dangerous fee kick across the Glenea penalty area but it was cleared for a corner. The corner, delivered by the same man, caused great confusion amongst the players in the Glenea box but Ciaran Gallagher did well to gather the ball under pressure.Gallagher had to be at his best on thirty two minutes when Neilis tried to chip the keeper but Gallagher proved well capable, making a fingertip save at full stretch to keep the game scoreless. Meanwhile at the other end Simon Mc Menamin had very little to do.Glenea were winning their fair share of the midfield battles but all too often couldn’t find the final pass as Eamonn Mc Hugh led the line, marshalled by the experienced duo of Peter Bryson and Mark Lafferty.Glenea started the second half on top and Mc Menamin made a great save to deny the Glasserchoo men an opening goal, diving to his right while badly sighted. Much of the game was now centred around the middle of the field with neither side seemingly capable of breaking the other defence on the day. The Linesmen were busy as time and again the forwards were caught offside by two vigilant defences. Glenea made the breakthrough after eighty seven minutes, somewhat against the run of play at that time. Eugene Maguire pumped a speculative ball over the Castlefin defence and the quick thinking Shane Ferry raced away from the Castlefin defence to get to the ball first. With the defenders closing in Ferry shot low and hard past Mc Menamin who was unlucky to slip as the ball almost in slow motion made it’s way through a goalmouth puddle and across the line.Prior to this Castlefin had the best chance of the game when Barry Tourish sent an inviting ball across the Glenea penalty area and with Gallagher rooted to his goal-line neither of the inrushing Castlefin forwards could connect with the ball as it flew past the back post uninterrupted. A let-off for Glenea which they took warning from. So the season ended with silverware making the journey to Mc Gettigan Park where the Downtown Cup will reside for the next twelve months. The envisaged penalty kicks uncalled for.Castlefin Celtic Reserves: Simon Mc Menamin, Jason Curran, Paddy Dooher, Peter Bryson, Mark Lafferty, Paul Logue, James Mc Menamin, Keith Neilis, Barry Tourish, Brian Dooher. Subs: Ronan Tourish for Marcus Curran, Gary Mc Nulty for Jason Curran.Glenea United Reserves: Ciaran Gallagher, Martin Ferry, Tommy Rodgers, Paudgie Mc Gee, Kevin Mc Fadden, Eugene Maguire, Shane Coll, Shane Ferry, Martin Maguire, Eamonn Mc Hugh, Michael Mc Clafferty. Subs: Shaun Sweeney for Martin Maguire, Mark Harley for Eamonn Mc Hugh.Referee: Michael Mulhern. Assistants: Barry Hunter & Brian O’ Kane. DONEGAL JUNIOR LEAGUE: GLENEA UTD RESERVES WIN DOWNTOWN CUP was last modified: May 11th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Donegal Leaguedowntown cupGlenea Utd Reserveslast_img read more

Building materials stolen overnight from Inishowen site

first_imgGardaí are investigating the theft of building materials from a site in Carndonagh last weekend.The discovery was made at Magheranett when workmen came to work on Saturday morning and realised that boarding and barriers had been taken.The theft is believed to have occurred between 5pm on Friday 5th July and 7.30am on Saturday 6th July. Gardaí are urging anyone with any information that may assist with the investigation to please call Buncrana Garda Station on 0749320540 or the Garda Confidential line on 1800 666 111. Building materials stolen overnight from Inishowen site was last modified: July 11th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

3 Top Tools to Broadcast to Facebook Live

first_imgA Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit Tags:#Broadcasting#ecamm#facebook live#live video#streaming Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification Social media has always made it possible for businesses to communicate with audiences. Live streaming has made that communication two-way. Businesses can talk to an audience, and that audience can use the comments to interact with the broadcaster. There are three top tools to broadcast to Facebook Live.A broadcaster on Facebook can ask questions, they can show their approval, and they can even chat with other viewers.A cosmetics seller could broadcast a live demonstration while viewers ask questions about specific skin types, and other viewers describe their own experiences. Selling in this way is a very different and very effective way of marketing.Platforms such as Facebook make the process simple enough, but several third-party providers have now added to those services. Facebook’s platform and made it even more compelling for companies that want to engage and sell. Leading the way is BeLive. This service integrates with Facebook to enable broadcasters to conduct split-screen interviews.So you could talk to another expert in your field, and your audience would see both of you on the screen, just like a news broadcast. You can even create a kind of talk show that puts as many as four people on the screen at the same time, with ten waiting on a type of lobby to join the conversation.Perhaps the best feature offered by BeLive is branding and communication. The platform lets broadcasters use their own logos, frames, and colors, and create chyrons. So as you’re answering a viewer’s question, an assistant could put that question on the screen or pick out the best comments flowing alongside the video. It’s all you need to make the broadcast effective.Ecamm is aimed at Mac users and has similar functions. You can add overlays to live broadcasts, share your Mac desktop (which is useful for software demos and tutorials), and switch between different camera views. That sounds useful, but it risks being disorienting for viewers, and it might even be too professional.One of the benefits of live video is that it brings viewers close to a brand. They can feel like they’re talking directly to a business or an expert in the same way they might Facetime a friend. Switching between camera views might give a broadcast the slickness of a shopping channel broadcast but at the expense of intimacy.The green screen feature that lets you change your background does have the potential for lots of fun, though. Finally, Crowdcast is a bit simpler. It puts a lot of emphasis on its fast onboarding. The platform has a straightforward setup, with no downloads.Facebook Live is very simple. It’s the extra features that you’re looking for from a third party. Where Crowdcast does offer some benefits is in its engagement features—the platform provides polls and interactive Q&As—and in its stats data.You can track performance with advanced analytics, and also connect with Zapier. So you could, for example, set up an automated response to someone who clicks a link placed in the comments. The platform is particularly popular with users of Patreon who use it to drum up support for their fundraising and answer questions from potential donors.Facebook Live is powerful by itself. But the social media site has left plenty of room for other businesses to add features and get even more benefits out of live broadcasting. Whether you’re focused on interviews and answering questions, want to turn your Mac into a television control room, or want to give a Patreon campaign a bit of a boost, Facebook Live and its third party support will help you meet your goals. The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Joel Comm is New York Times bestselling author, blockchain enthusiast, podcast host, professional keynote speaker, social media marketing strategist, live video expert, technologist, brand influencer, futurist and eternal 12-year old. With over two decades of experience harnessing the power of the web, publishing, social media and mobile applications to expand reach and engage in active relationship marketing, Joel is a sought-after public speaker who leaves his audiences inspired, entertained, and armed with strategic tools to create highly effective new media campaigns. His latest project is as co-host of The Bad Crypto Podcast, a top cryptocurrency show making the future of digital payments easy to understand. Related Posts Joel CommThe Functional Futuristlast_img read more