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Employment Opportunities for International Students

Published on April 7, 2014, by in portfolio.

 

 

International students in Australia can study and work at the same time without obtaining a separate work visa. That is, if they were granted student visas on or after April 26, 2008. Even their dependents can also seek employment in Australia during the course of their studies. For those that were granted a visa before the date, they will need to apply for a work permit once their course begins. See more here …..http://www.seaniea.com/employment-opportunities-for-international-students/

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Why do Small Businesses Need Apps?

Published on April 5, 2014, by in portfolio.

 

On the one hand,the small and medium-size businesses in Australia is a sizeable sector of the Australian economy that contributed $530 billionin 2010-11, according to a Deloitte report on “How Australian Small Businesses are Growing in the Digital Economy.” This is 50% more than thevalue of the total economic activity of the country. The same report also indicated that this economic sector generated more than 7 million employments, over two thirds of employment in the private sector.See more here ……..http://www.saaritresources.com/small-businesses-need-apps

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Could a Web Video Boost ROI?

Published on April 4, 2014, by in portfolio.

 

As announced by YouTube, there were more than 1 trillion videos viewed in 2011. On smartphones, YouTube has more than 200 million views daily in 2011, which is three times more than in 2010. The figures are expected to grow through 2014 and beyond. That is how massive the potential audience of a web video is. See more here …….http://www.hrmehrotra.info/could-a-web-video-boost-roi/

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Manage Your Life, Manage Your Time

Published on April 4, 2014, by in portfolio.

Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that’s the stuff that life is made of.” – Benjamin Franklin.

According to Psychology Today, “time management is the ability to plan and control how you spend the hours in your day to effectively accomplish your goals.” This definition of time management should be an eye opener to the fact that it’s not our time that needs to be managed but our life.  See more here ……..http://www.blogsynergy.com/showarticle.php?article=manageyourlifemanageyourtime

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Sydney: The City ofthe YGeneration

Published on April 3, 2014, by in portfolio.

 

Sydney, the capital of New South Wales is home to 4,391,674 people. The population grew by 6.6% within 5 years from the previous survey in 2006. This number is expected to reach 7 million by 2060. Aside from being the most populous city in Australia, it is also the largest and oldest. See more here …http://www.storeboard.com/blogs/real-estate/sydney-the-city-ofthe-ygeneration-/282701

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Make Your Showreel a Cut Above The Rest

Published on March 27, 2014, by in portfolio.

 

A demo reel, the showreel is your portfolio in motion: an audiovisual collection of your finest work. You could say it’s a glorified audition tape, albeit one better equipped to convince an agent, producer, client, or casting director of your abilities……..http://glipho.com/joelmayer/make-your-showreel-a-cut-above-the-rest

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Oz Universities: The Great Incubators

Published on February 12, 2014, by in portfolio.

A culture dominated by apps, Google, and tablets has truly bumped up the necessity of breeding future technology entrepreneurs. Fortunately, future-forward Australia is fast becoming a sanctuary for startups and the workspaces that coddle them. In fact, Australian institutions are moonlighting as startup incubators. See more here .. ..http://www.careerflux.com/oz-universities-the-great-incubators.html

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Does It Snow in Australia?

Published on February 5, 2014, by in portfolio.

When you think of Australia, sand and surf immediately come to mind. You’d be forgiven to think that, but it would be oversimplification. Australia is a fabledland of contrasts, encompassing biomes as diverse as arid deserts and snowy highlands.Yes, snow. Powdery. White. Snow.Far from just a sweltering country, Australia is home to alpine tundras for building snowmen as well as Mediterranean climes for growing wine grapes. Whether you want it dry, tropical, temperate, or polar, the continent is one flavourful place to inhabit. See more here …..http://smallgiants.vn/does-it-snow-in-australia/

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How to Play Football—Without Shoulder Injuries

Published on February 5, 2014, by in portfolio.
Injuries are weaved into the football narrative.You only have to take a gander at injury reports for professional football leagues: one shoulder issue here, a compromised knee there. This is truly not a sport for weaklings.Violently played and consummated with collisions, football is truly one of the most injurious forms of contact sport known to humankind.According to the National Collegiate Athletic Association, the injury rate of football stands at 8.1 per 1,000 exposures, 16.9 percent of which can be attributed to upper limb issues. In addition, the Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates that over 920,000 individuals below 18 years old have received medical attention for football-related injuries. See more here ….. http://www.deadonblog.com/2014/02/how-to-play-footballwithout-shoulder.html
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Breathe Life Into Your Rear Projection TV

Published on January 21, 2014, by in portfolio.

A rear projection television (RPTV) refers to one in which the images are projected from within the unit, specifically behind the display screen, as opposed to front-projection systems, which entail a projector in front of and separate from the screen. n the 1980s, rear projection televisions were the biggest screens you could find in homes. Flat liquid crystal display (LCD) and plasma panels have since surpassed RPTVs in the thinness stakes, but they are stillthe more cost-effective and energy-efficient alternative. Moreover, rear projection TVsare known for the smoothness of their images. Meanwhile, flatLCD and plasma panels tend to show a latticework of pixilation, especially if the broadcast signal and the set’s native resolution is a mismatch.

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