The trials and tribulations of American tennis have been well documented. If it wasn’t for the Williams’ Sisters, there wouldn’t be a major title won by the red, white and blue since Andy Roddick’s 2003 win at the U.S. Open. Former Division I tennis coach and player at Eastern Kentucky University , Frederico Goncalves, says there is a reason for that and he has a plan and a “method” to bring back American tennis. It’s the “Defensive Fighting Method” and he teaches and more as he oversees the tennis program at Crandon Park Tennis Center, Home of the Miami Open.
AT&T is offering the roughest and toughest smartphone of 2015, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active. AT&T and Samsung are so confident in this phone, that it has been selected to be featured at Spartan Races this summer. Spartan Races were born out of the mountains of Vermont and now they have made their was across the country, and around the world.
For most, fast food is a convenience and sometimes a necessity, but generates its own deployment of psychology and personal restraints of what has transpired over the years in the industry through technology.
Since 2007, New Media Expo (NMX) has been the world’s go-to event for online content creators. If you are a podcaster (current or future), blogger, Web TV creator, content marketer, or work in the new media space, NMX was built for you. NMX was co-located with the NAB Show this year, bringing together over 100,000 attendees to Las Vegas. Several in the new media industry have podcasted and blogged about their experience at NMX. Check out what others have said about the event. And if you come across others that have podcasted and blogged about NMX, please send us the link!
Podcast San Diego, brought to us from the creators of Podcast Movement, was an amazing one-day podcasting conference. If you are a podcaster, or looking into starting a podcast, then Podcast San Diego was for you! The one-day conference brought together a limited number of people who were looking to learn, grow, and network with other podcasters. The event was for both new and veteran podcasters alike.
We do a lot of waiting, some of it justified and some of it not. We wait in line for groceries. We wait in line to see the latest movie release. We wait in line to buy a birthday present for a party we really don’t want to attend. We wait in line for the latest cell phone. The line for the ATM can seem infinitely long on a Friday evening. We all know about waiting in the doctor’s office. I could go on for another three paragraphs about what we wait for.