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Nicola C. - Freelance Jingle Writing & Music Composition
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Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Davidbaillie - Freelance Voiceovers & Jingle Writing
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Allston, Massachusetts, United States
David Golden - Freelance Jingle Writing & Jingle Recording
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Hello, my name is David Golden. I am a jingle composer from the Boston area in Massachusetts.
Pembroke, Massachusetts, United States
Edgar Damatian - Freelance Advertising & Jingle Writing
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Music Is My Life I am very passionate when writing lyrics Just Give Me A Chance
Boston, Massachusetts, United States

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Gary Boyd - Freelance Article Writing & Newsletter Writing
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3.0
2 Skills
$40
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RESUME from Gary Boyd a.k.a. GKBoydInk LLC Objective: To help websites sell by turning my words into gold. Experience: I have written copy for the past 12 years for websites like Demand Studio.com, Elance.com, Suite 101.com, Guru.com, and Mahola.com. My niche is writing SEO articles and doing white papers for B2B businesses and getting them to the top of the search engine pages. My copy-writing services include: * Website content copy-writing * Press release copy-writing * Case studies * Promotional magazines * Brochure copy-writing * Email marketing copy-writing * Sales letter copy-writing * Landing page copy-writing * Business 2 Business copy-writing * Editorial, articles and blog posts * Resume, cover letters * Auto-responder copy * Internet Research Specialist * White Papers Courses taken over the years from American Writers & Artists Inc. include: Accelerated Copywriting, the Architecture of Persuasion, Writing for Autoresponders, Business to Business Copy, Freelance Writing Business Success, Internet Research Program, Resume Writing, and How to Write White Papers. Vitamin B12: Can It Help Dementia? By Gary Kent Boyd Expert Author Gary Kent Boyd Dementia is a medical specific term that means an in general loss of cognitive memory, attention span, language, and the ability to solve problems. In some causes the condition is reversible, in others, like Alzheimer's, it is not because of the actual destruction of the brain cells. Going back to the medical literature in the 60's very few cases of Alzheimer's dementia were known. So what is going on with this current explosion of dementia in our time? Variables When looking for answers we must look at what has changed in our society today that was not present prior to 1960. Well there has been a definite exposure to toxins that have infiltrated our ground water and waterways. There is a more heavy concentration today to eat more fatty fried foods using aluminum pans and aluminum has been found to accumulate in the brain causing adverse effects. There has also been changes in vaccination policy along with certain learned knowledge that has been ignored in medical practice today. All of the above have contributed mightily it is believed by the experts but there is one specific factor that becomes quite interesting because it concerns what doctors are practicing today. Practices & Profit There has been a concerted effort today by the modern medical community to curb interest in alternative treatments such as vitamins, minerals, supplements, and the use of natural herbs. The so called medical term "evidence based" used by the healthcare industry implies that any spots of knowledge that might help in the treatment or cure in the medical field if not approved by them according to their research should be regarded as quackery. The Healthcare Industry The healthcare industry, as it stands today, chases the almighty dollar and according to their rules of engagement there is more room for profit in treatments then there is in cures. Thus the chasing after of new profits from new drugs in the pharmaceutical industry to hit on a new patent that will spit out profits while not being soundly researched and not looked at closely by the FDA. B -12 Shots After Word War 2 when soldiers starting returning home because of poor diet in the service some were given vitamin B -12 shots to perk up their energy and get them out of the doldrums. It was a very common practice also for the elderly to receive regular B -12 shots when deficiencies were noted at least once a month. B -12 vitamin shots were noted for their increase in energy, relief from depression, mental acuity, and overall feelings of good will. However, at the start of the 60's the so called evidence based medical community elite came to their own conclusions that there was absolutely no evidence for this beneficial practice to continue simply on their say so. Chose to Ignore What the elite chose to ignore was true evidence that most older people, especially in their mid 60's, develop a deficiency in vitamin B -12, a vitamin that is very necessary in the elderly for essential metabolic functions, specifically in the brain and heart. In early studies almost 50% of the elderly still living in the community and 80% living in nursing homes were deficient in the vitamin B -12. Through astute observation it is apparent that the healthcare community is more consumed with shaking down the elderly for profits, using them as pharmaceutical tests for their new patented drugs, then it is trying to find cures for dementia related to Alzheimer's. Five Year Study A noted study done in England by the University of Oxford over the last five years shows that when there is a low level of vitamin B -12 in the brain in the elderly there is a form of brain shrinkage (atrophy) that happens. When this took place the B -12 deficiency did not even have to be severe in order for this to occur. It was observed that this type of atrophy to the brain is a very significant indicator of difficulties in the future with language, memory, and orientation. New Vitamin B -12 The new form of vitamin B -12, that is more compatible with the body, can be taken under the tongue in doses of 5,000 to 10,000 mg a day. There is no known toxicity for vitamin B -12 at any given dose. To escape the onset of dementia the evidence that the University of Oxford points to is regular and sustained ingestion of vitamin B -12 for continued mental health for the brain. Conclusion It has been general knowledge for years that as you grow older your body does not absorb vitamins and mineral like it did when you were younger. Finding a good nutrient dense multivitamin with an excellent antioxidant formula that is specifically designed to support energy production, heart health, eye health, and healthy digestion should be the goal of everyone that is concerned about staying healthy when you reach the golden years. It would appear those old country doctors of bygone days apparently knew what they were talking about. If you like this article and would like content like this for your blog or website please go to http://garyboyd2244.blogspot.com for more insight on how to get web copy at affordable prices. Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Gary_Kent_Boyd The Myth of Global Warming By Gary Kent Boyd Expert Author Gary Kent Boyd The very first myth that the earth is warming is that all scientists agree that it is, which is absolutely not the facts. A poll recently taken states that 83% believe that global warming is not taking place and only 17% do. So all scientists do not agree the earth is warming and have data to prove what they believe are the facts. Global satellite data is the best way to measure global warming to check climate measurements. The satellite data, so far to date, since 1979 has shown no measurable increases or any evidence to show that the globe is warming. In fact, the earth experienced a far greater warming period between the 10th and 15th centuries that was designated as the Medieval Warming Period then is happening today. Medieval Warming Period The time between the 10th and 15th centuries was a time of unusually warm weather and continued until the 15th century when a cold period know as the "Little Ice Age" appeared. The warmer climate resulted in a remarkable increase of prosperity, knowledge, and new art forms in Europe. Agriculture thrived, marshes and swamps dried up, eliminating breeding grounds for mosquitoes that was spreading malaria and killing the population off at the time. Former wetlands were converted to productive farmland that help reduce infant mortality and increase the population that had been devastated by disease before this time. It is estimated that the European population increased to approximately 60 million at the end of this warm period. Vikings Vikings moved from Iceland to Greenland to colonize it and built settlements in Canada. Greenland prosperity reached its height in the later part of the 12th century and the start of the 13th centuries, when over 3,000 colonists occupied over 280 farms. The settlers experienced difficulty in the late 14th century at the beginning of the "Little Ice Age" cooling. The settlements were finally abandoned in the 15th century when it had become too cool to raise any crops. The warming that humanity is experiencing today is simply the result of the emergence from "the Little Ice Age", which was close to the time of the founding of our nation. Scare Tactics Of course the irony of all these global warming scare tactics is that a slightly warmer climate with an increase in carbon dioxide (plants thrive on carbon dioxide) is actually very beneficial to the earth, as opposed to having a negative effect. Economic studies, done by economics professor Robert O. Mendelsohm of the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, have demonstrated that moderate warming and higher carbon dioxide levels will increase the total value of all final goods and services (GNP), and will increase standards of living, primarily by improving agriculture and forestry. Homes in the North could have heating fuel savings, farmers in Canada could become richly supplied with cod and oil riches, shippers could rely upon an Arctic shortcut between the Atlantic and the Pacific, and forests could expand making available more wood for construction while lowering the price at the same time. This is the conclusion of part one. Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Gary_Kent_Boyd
Quincy, Illinois, United States
Regina Ramey - Freelance Article Writing & Business Writing
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5.0
2 Skills
$20
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Regina Ramey Background Summary Business writing and editing professional with strong skills related to communications, writing, training, and team leadership. Proven management experience includes interviewing, coaching, and process improvement. Highly effective leadership style promoting teamwork, change management, and goal achievement. Demonstrated success in: • Building and developing cross-site teams. • Utilizing technology to improve individual and team productivity. • Communicating effectively. • Database management. • Fluent in all major writing styles, including AP, APA, Chicago, and MLA. Accomplishments • Reduced staffing costs 25% by teaching writers to improve productivity. • National Quality Review ratings: Best-In-Class 5 of 6 years; Level 5 ratings 19 of 21 quarters. • Resolved performance issues by effectively coaching 6 long-term low performers. • Reduced attrition 15% by redesigning department (metrics, career path, job description, training). Experience Cisco Systems (contractor), Littleton, Colorado (2010–2013) Content Manager for Computer Software/Hardware Company • Proposal system architect responsible for updating, maintaining, and troubleshooting Qvidian proposal database. Database was used by sales team to build quick, accurate, personalized marketing proposals to potential clients. • Train new system architects to use complex software. • Serve as technical resource for end users of proposal database. • Write proposal content for RFP library dealing with a variety of technology products. • Team with technical experts to ensure RFP library contains accurate, updated information for sales tools. CPI Card Group, Littleton, Colorado (2007–2009) Communications Specialist for Credit Card Manufacturing Company • Write, coordinate, and distribute corporate press releases • Write or edit all internal and external communications • Edit Web site and all materials for Marketing department • Assist Sales by calculating price necessary to be profitable while lowering cost to customers. Great-West, Greenwood Village, Colorado (2002–2007) RFP Writer/Editor for Retirement Plan Services • Write and edit marketing proposals for government, healthcare, education, and corporate clients. • Manage proposal process, coordinating Sales, Marketing, Investments, and Legal departments • Edit proposals for grammar, style, content, and quality for a team of eight writers. • Create internal style guide to ensure consistent responses among writers. • Responsible for updating and maintaining RFP Machine (proposal response database). • Assist Sales by calculating price necessary to be profitable while lowering cost to customers. • Develop quality review metrics to identify training needs and reward top performers. • Train and coach new writers. American Century Services, Denver, Colorado (1990–2001) Senior Editor for Mutual Funds • Test, interview, and hire applicants; design and validate writing tests. • Develop ongoing training; design training manuals. • Write and conduct annual performance reviews for 20 writers; create development plans. • Train and coach writers; implement ongoing training. • Edit letters for grammar, style, and content for quality assurance. • Serve as resource for 40 writers; answered grammar, punctuation, style, and policy questions. • Review performance letters for 40 writers to ensure compliance with NASD/SEC regulations. Additional Relevant Experience Bethany Early Childhood Center (2007–2009) Governing Board of Directors • Develop and approve marketing strategy, operating budget, policy manuals, parent handbooks. • Define policies of the daycare center in a manner which reflects the center’s mission. • Approve job description for Director; supervise and evaluate the Director. textbroker.com (2009–present) Freelance Writer • Write marketing and communications copy for a variety of clients on a freelance basis. Education Bachelor of Science; University of Central Missouri
Littleton, Colorado, United States
Allee Wilkinson - Freelance Document Design & Article Writing
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4.5
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$10
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Jolly Fish Press Publicist (May 2013-Present) Communicate and publicize authors’ new books. Duties includes planning book tours, arranging media interviews, giving social media feedback, and assisting in the general publishing process. The Valley Journals Writer (June 2013-Present) Write monthly articles for the Sandy City beat. Includes crime coverage, features, and governmental affairs. The Utah Statesman Assistant Features Editor (May 2011-December 2012) Features Editor (January-May 2013) News Editor (May 2012-Janurary 2012) Work under the editor in chief to copy edit, design, and produce Utah State University’s bi-weekly student newspaper. Duties also include being a member of the editorial board, leading staff meetings and working with individual writers to produce works of journalistic merit. Heart of America Foundation Communications Intern (May-August 2012) In charge of writing financial literacy content for Capital One sponsorship, research on technology trends and organizing parent resources for events. Icon Health and Fitness Social Media Intern (September 2011-May 2012) Work with the lead marketing team at Icon Fitness to promote Rip:60 brand. Success included a 100 percent jump in Facebook interaction and 15 percent increase in Twitter followers. Also in charge of writing a social media guidebook used by the sales and marketing teams. Utah State University Extension Marketing Intern April 2011-Janurary 2012 Wrote press releases, blog posts and other publications for the College of Agriculture. In charge of the Utah 4-H class registration and writing content for Extension web pages. Smithfield Sun Freelance writer May 2011-Feburary 2012 Covered events for the city of Smithfield, including town meetings, school board meetings and award ceremonies.
Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
John Varvir - Freelance Animation & Digital Art
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John Varvir 3641 Dyanna Dr. Thornton, Colorado 80241 303.280.0932 (home) 303.725.4630 (cell) rivrav@comcast.net Career Goal - Animator Highly self motivated and goal-orientated individual committed to pursuing a long-term career in animation. Offer ability to follow through with projects from inception to completion. Education Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design (RMCAD), Lakewood, Colorado Honor’s Program September 2008 to present Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design (RMCAD), Lakewood, Colorado Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts April 2008 Majoring in 2D Animation Dean’s List with a GPA of 3.6 on a 4.0 scale Senior Project: Titled ‘Little Old Ladies’, a comedic take on noir storytelling. This project enabled me to write, produce and direct an entire animated film. The voiceovers and original music were performed by friends. All the animation was hand drawn by myself and is approximately nine minutes. Related Coursework: Character design and animation, clean-up, modeling, slugging, storyboarding, production design, stop motion and computer animation. Computer Skills: Proficient in Combustion 4, ToonBoom Studios 4, Adobe Illustrator CS3, PhotoShop CS3, Addition, and Premier 7.0. Work Experience Supply Store Sales Assosiate July 2010 to Current Denver, Colorado 80241 800-888-ARTS Take care of stocking and running Supply Store. Responsibilities are listening and taking care of customers needs, cleaning store, handling and managing money and direct employee. RMCAD Café Sept. 2006 to July 2010 Denver, Colorado 80241 800-888-ARTS Handle all facets of the Café. Responsibilities included greeting customers, making coffee and specialty drinks, sanitizing drink making machines, food preparation, and employee supervision. Achievements Eagle Scout December 2001 Completed all ranks of Boy Scouts and earned everything needed to lead me to become an Eagle Scout. FX Networks April 2009 Art work pertaining to the characters of the Sons of Anarchy TV show was selected for the show’s web site art gallery. Little Old Ladies 2010 My college thesis 'Little Old Ladies' has appeared and won at several film festivals. Best Animation at Festivus Film Fest, Audience Award for Best Animation at SENE Film Fest, also shown in San Diego Comic Con, Vail and many more film festivals. References Rev. Michael Chambness Carol Copeland Jim Irwin 3960 E. 128th Ave. 12304 Clermont Pl 12156 Locust St. Thornton, Colorado 80241 Thornton, Colorado 80241 Brighton, Colorado 80601 303-457-9267 303-450-6553 303-450-2034
Westminster, Colorado, United States
Elizabeth Belina - Freelance Architecture & Graphic Design
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4.5
2 Skills
$30
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EDUCATION University of Toronto (U of T) (September 2009) M.Arch - Professional Masters of Architecture Queen’s University - Kingston (Summer 2009) Mathematics and physics Concordia University - Montreal (April 2009) B.F.A. Specialization in Computation Arts & Design Gothenburg University - Sweden (September 2007-April 2008) Valand School of Fine Arts – Exchange program EXPERIENCE DK Studio (Summer 2012) Worked as project manager, on-site supervisor and drafter on the new LOUIS VUITTON store in Toronto. Shadowed primary architect Karen Mak. This project is built and opened in September 2012. Steven Fong Architect (2011-2012) Working part-time as assistant architect designer creating working drawings for residences and pubs. AECOM: Urban SOS Competition (August 2010) Short-listed on architectural project proposal on ‘endurable’ shelters for Haiti. Built Toronto (Fall 2010-Winter 2010) Two one-week charrettes for Cities Workshop in conjunction with Built Toronto at University of Toronto. Evergreen Brick Works (July 2010) Volunteered for Children’s Greenhouse Design Charrette Oxford Properties with Christine Elson (June-July 2010) Worked on office space sustainability making simulation models and having them installed in 20 downtown offices in Toronto. Pratt & Whitney Canada (2007-2009) 1st Internship : Medical department + Graphics (Summer 2007) 2nd & 3rd : E-Learning + Graphics (Summer / Fall 2008) Concordia Institute Aerospace Design & Innovation (2009) Working for Concordia University in collaboration with Pratt & Whitney Canada creating a Montreal Aerospace Institute (MAI) website. Queen’s University (Summer 2009) Re-envisioned a new administrative logo for the Computer Science department and created a brochure Eco2 Florestas (Summer 2009) Worked on website and logo for new upcoming firm in Brazil where the primary focus is green energy through eucalyptus plantation. Moments Intimes Lingerie (Winter 2007) Designed a poster that was displayed in seventy retail stores in Quebec. QUALIFICATIONS Main: Creative Exceptional & sensible design capabilities Open-minded / Experimental Highly skilled at model making and hand drafting Computer Proficiency: AutoCad, Rhinoceros 3D, Vectorworks, SketchUp Photoshop, Illustrator, In Design, Adobe Premiere, Final Cut, After Effects, Flash Windows XP, Microsoft Office, Mac OSX Languages: Fluent: English, French & Polish Conversational: Spanish
Montréal, Quebec, Canada
Malcolm Olds - Freelance Audio Editing & Music Production
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Malcolm B. Olds 1117-9 Rivington St. 1flr. Roselle, New Jersey 07203 908.884.3674 m.olds84@ymail.com INDUSTRY-RELATED QUALIFICATIONS Education Audio Recording & Production Program, Institute of Audio Research (New York, NY – 9/09 -present) Courses included: Recording Workshop, Business of Music, Mixing Music 1 & 2, Ear Training & Acoustics, Post Production Audio and MIDI Applications Business Management-Bethune-Cookman College (Daytona Beach, Florida 08/03– 05/04) Related Skill Computer-literate (PC & Mac); Can read music/ 2 years music theory; strong wiring & soldering ability/ Live sound/ remote recording experience; Pro-Tools/Reason/Roland JV/Sony DMXR100/Yamaha AWS 4416/M-Audio key rig 49/Akai mpk24/ Akai mpc2000 ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE & BACKGROUND Mail carrier/Customer Service United States Postal Service (Newark, New Jersey 10/06 – 8/10) Delivered mail and packages house to house I kept count of all of the packages, certified, express, and registered mail Courier/driver Dunbar Armored (Kenilworth, New Jersey – 01/06–08/06) Delivered and collected large amounts a currency from various businesses Ramp Agent A.S.I.G.(Newark, New Jersey – 05/05- 1/06) loaded and, unloaded airplanes on a daily basis Retail/Customer Service Nike Factory (Elizabeth, New Jersey- 05/04-2/05) cashier, assist customers and made sure the store was clean
Linden, New Jersey, United States