Month: September 2016

~2016 – Movie Editor iMovie

Video editing software is an application software which 

handles the post-productionvideo editing of digital video sequences 

on a computer non-linear editing system (NLE). It has replaced traditional flatbed

 celluloid film editing tools and analogue video tape-to-tapeonline editing[1] machines.

NLE software is typically based on a timelineinterface paradigm where sections of moving image video recordings, known as clips, are laid out in sequence and played back. The NLE offers a range of tools for trimming, splicing, cutting and arranging clips across the timeline. As digital NLE systems have advanced their toolset, their role has expanded and most consumer and professional NLE systems alike now include a host of features for colour manipulation, titling and visual effects, as well as tools for editing and mixing audio synchronized with the video image sequence.

Once a project is complete, the NLE 

~2016 – PSAC vs LIBERAL GoC

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Liberal government still using Conservative agenda at bargaining table

When PSAC returned to the bargaining table with Treasury Board on Tuesday, we expected to hear the Liberal agenda. Instead, this government continued to push the Conservative agenda in negotiations.

“Under the Liberals, Treasury Board has had five meetings with us, and almost a year, to improve their offer to reflect Prime Minister Trudeau’s promise to show respect for the public service,” said Robyn Benson, National President of PSAC. “We are frustrated and disappointed that we did not see the movement we expected this week. We are close to the end of the road.”

Despite their commitment to “sunny ways,” the government continues to send all the wrong signals at the bargaining table, and in regard to the flawed Phoenix pay system.

This week, at the Unfair Labour Practice hearing, a government witness laid blame for the Phoenix pay system debacle on the impacted employees themselves, rather than taking responsibility. 

No future bargaining dates are planned at this time and we will be preparing our next steps. PSAC remains open to negotiations, but only if the employer will make substantive changes to their offer.

“After 26 months of negotiations, we want a collective agreement,” said Benson. “But our members deserve better than what we continue to see from the Liberals.”

For more information on the issues raised at individual Treasury Board tables, visit the pages for EB, FB, PA, SV and TCbargaining 

#Bargaining #TreasuryBoard 

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2016 – Meaningful Life

2016 – Meaningful Life

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1.  No  matter  how beautiful  and  handsome   you  are Baboon   and   Gorillas also  attract   tourists .

✌Stop  Boasting✌

2.   No matter how big    and   strong you   are you   will   not carry   yourself to  your Grave

✌Be   Humble✌

3. No   matter how   tall   you   are, you  never   see   tomorrow

✌Be   Patient✌

4. No matter how Light  Skinned  you are, you  will always  need light  in   Darkness

✌Take   Caution ✌

5.  No matter how Rich  and many Cars   you have you will always Walk to bed.

✌Be Contented✌

Take Life Easy. Life is short.

WHAT A LIFE WE LIVE

Also Have u taken Note of the CO-INCIDENCE OF LIFE:

1. CHURCH has 6 letters so does MOSQUE.

2. BIBLE has 5 letters so does QURAN.

3. LIFE has 4 letters so does DEAD.

4. HATE has 4 letters, so does LOVE….

5. ENEMIES has 7, so does FRIENDS.

6. LYING has 5, so does TRUTH.

7. HURT has 4, so does HEAL.

8. NEGATIVE has 8, so does POSITIVE.

9. FAILURE has 7, so does SUCCESS.

10. BELOW has 5, but so does ABOVE.

11. CRY has 3 letters so does JOY.

12. ANGER has 5 so does HAPPY.

13. RIGHT has 5 so does WRONG.

14. RICH has 4 so does POOR.

15. FAIL has 4 so does PASS

16. KNOWLEDGE has 9 so does IGNORANCE.

Are they all by Co-incidence? We should Choose wisely, this

means LIFE is like a Double-Edged Sword. 

If u think it is your alarm clock that woke you up this morning, try putting it beside a dead body and you will realise that it is the Grace of God that woke you up. If you are grateful to God, forward this to all your friends to inform  that it is JUST BY THE GRACE OF GOD that we are alive.GOOD DAY TO YOU AND HAVE A BLISSFUL WEEK AHEAD

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2016 – Kitchen Helpers 

​# kitchen tips…

1. If you happen to over-salt a pot of soup, just

drop in a peeled potato. The potato will absorb

the excess salt.
2. When boiling eggs, add a pinch of salt to keep

the shells from cracking.
3. Never put citrus fruits(Oranges,Lemons, limes,

etc) or tomatoes in the fridge. The low

temperatures degrade the aroma and flavor of

these fruits.(That’s why our tomatoes don’t last

in the fridge)
4. To clean iron cookl-ware, don’t use detergents.

Just scrub them with salt and a clean, dry paper

towel.
5. When storing empty airtight containers, throw

in a pinch of salt to keep them from getting

stinky.
6. If you are making gravy(stew) and accidentally

burn it, just pour it into a clean pan and continue

cooking it. Add sugar a little at a time, tasting as

you go to avoid ‘over-sugaring’it. The sugar will

cancel out the burned taste.
7. Burned a pot of rice? Just place a piece of

white bread on top of the rice for 5-10 minutes to

draw out the burned flavour. Be careful not to

scrape the burned pieces off of the bottom of the

pan when serving the rice.
8. Before you chop fresh red peppers, rub a little

vegetable oil into your hands and your skin won’t

absorb the spiciness.
9. If you aren’t sure how fresh your eggs are,

place them in about four inches of water. Eggs

that stay on the bottom are fresh. If only one end

tips up, the egg is less fresh and should be used

soon. If it floats, it’s past the fresh stage.
10. To banish ants from the kitchen, find out

where they are coming in and cover the hole with

petroleum jelly(Vaseline). Ants won’t trek through

the jelly. If they are coming under a door, draw a

line on the floor with chalk. The little bugs also

won’t cross a line of chalk.
11. Don’t store your bananas in a bunch or in a

fruit bowl with other fruits. Separate your

bananas and place each in a different location.

Bananas release gases which cause fruits

(including other bananas) to ripen quickly.

Separating them will keep them fresh longer.
12. To keep potatoes from budding in the bag,

put an apple in with them.
13. If you manage to have some leftover wine,

cocktail drinks at the end of the evening, freeze it

in ice cube trays for easy addition to sauces

(white wine works wonders in sauces, i don’t joke

with them) in the future.

14. After boiling pasta or potatoes, cool the water

and use it to water your house plants. The water

contains nutrients that your plants will love.
15. When defrosting meat from the freezer, pour

some vinegar over it. Not only does it tenderize

the meat; it will also bring down the freezing

temperature of the meat and cause it to thaw

quicker. # Noteevery woman should have vinegar

in her kitchen.
16. Do you cry while peeling off onions, then try

this. After peeling off your onions, refrigerate the

onions for atleast 5minutes, then dice it. You will

be glad you did.
17. For aluminium pans that are looking dull, just

boil some apple peels in them. This will brighten

up the aluminum and make your house smell

yummy.
18. If your salt is becoming lumpy, put a few

grains of rice in with it to absorb excess

moisture.
19. Always keep an aloe vera plant in your

kitchen. It’s invaluable when you scrape your arm

or burn your finger. Just break off a leaf and rub

the gel from the inside on the injury.
20. When making a soup, sauce, that ends up too

fatty or greasy, drop in an ice cube. The ice will

attract the fat, which you can then scoop out.

This works wonders
21. To reuse cooking oil without tasting whatever

was cooked in the oil previously, cook a 1/4″

piece of ginger in the oil. It will remove any

remaining flavors and odors.
22. If your milk always goes bad before you can

finish it, try adding a pinch of salt to the carton

when you first open it. It will stay fresh days

longer.
23. If two drinking glasses become stuck together

after stacking, it’s not impossible to unstick

them. Just put ice in the inner glass and dunk the

outer glass in warm water. The warm glass will

expand and the cold glass will contract, making

the glasses separate easily.
24. For splinters under the fingernail, soaking the

affected finger in a bowl of milk with a piece of

bread in it, it will help ……lobatan(st.ikepumpn)

2016 – Happy Labor Day 

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6 Tips for a Healthy Labor Day Weekend

#1. Make smart food decisions. Rather than loading up on burgers and other high-fat meats, alternate with lots of fresh veggies, salads and fruit. Have you ever tried grilled fruits (they’re delicious!) or veggie kabobs as an alternative to meat? Give it a shot, you’ll love it.

#2. Make this Labor Day an active holiday.Start the weekend out right with a family bike ride or a hike to get everyone moving before the big BBQ. (You could even try a local 5K!)

#3. Skip the chips and dip and opt for lighter snacks. Fresh baby carrots and hummus, Greek yogurt and strawberries or even cucumber slices and tzatziki dip are excellent alternatives.

#4. Don’t forget the sunscreen! This is the perfect weekend to lather up – and more than once. (every two hours is great)

#5. Spend some time in the shade. If you’re outside all weekend long trying to catch the last rays of summer, make sure you get some time out of the sun. Give your skin a break!

#6. Stay hydrated. Between the hot sun, cocktails and lots of yummy food, it may be tough to remember to drink enough water. Bring a water bottle with you and make sure you’re drinking enough to refill throughout the day.

What are your Labor Day plans? Do you have any tips for staying healthy this Labor Day?

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2016 – IT Security Seminaries SanFran

Join a Gathering of ISMS Professionals Focused on ISO/IEC 27001 Certification

27K: The Security Summit for the Americas will bring experts in the ISO/IEC 27001 standard together with those who are on the front lines of international IT security to promote the standard in the US and the Western Hemisphere. ISO/IEC 27001 is an industry-agnostic standard for information security within the context of an organization’s management and processes. This standard is now accepted in most countries as a de facto main framework for information security implementation. The 27K Summit will help you come up to speed on ISO/IEC 27018:2014, an updated set of requirements for companies that operate in a public cloud computing environment. You’ll also learn how these standards fit within the recent National Cybersecurity Framework—important for American companies that safeguard critical infrastructures. Organizations doing domestic or international business will soon face new IT security certification requirements. The 27K Summitwill help you understand these evolving requirements.

Crucial Content for ISMS Professionals at a Time of Growing Pressure

In the face of multiplying security threats, organizations are increasingly required to demonstrate management control of cyber security. ISO/IEC 27001, as the international information security management standard, provides the vehicle to do this. It’s the only standard that takes an integrated approach to information security by addressing people, processes and technology. ISO/IEC 27001 certification is the way to prove to clients, partners, shareholders, government agencies, and others that mission-critical information is kept secure. The 27K Summit will help you increase the confidence of your colleagues and stakeholders.

Special Focus on 27018: The International Cloud Privacy Standard

Regulators, enterprises, and consumers are demanding stronger standards for the protection of privacy and personal data stored in the cloud. The 27K Summit will help you come up to speed on the new protection offered by ISO/IEC 27018:2014. This standard offers an international, uniform set of commonly accepted control objectives, controls and guidelines for implementing measures to protect Personally Identifiable Information (PII) in accordance with the privacy principles in ISO/IEC 29100 for the public cloud computing environment.

A Standard Cited in the New NIST National Cybersecurity Framework

NIST’s Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity (NCsF) relies on the existing standards, guidance, and best practices required for ISO/IEC 27001 certification. By mapping NCsF security controls to ISO/IEC 27001, NIST has provided US organizations with a clear pathway to comprehensive information security. For organizations in industry sectors identified as foundational to national security, compliance is doubly important. In most cases, ISO/IEC 27001 certifiable organizations will also be NCsF compliant. The 27K Summit is the place to learn about best practices for the establishment of an ISO/IEC 27001 certification initiative.

New This Year: Added Training/Exam Registration Option

Available post-conference training and exam courses enable you to achieve a valuable professional certification within a short time frame. Two training courses are available: ISO 27005 Risk Manager Course and Advanced Auditing for CSA Star Certification. Make a commitment to five days of in-depth professional development–register for the 27K Summit plus a 2-day training course. You’ll finish the week with new professional certification and Continuing Professional Development credits.