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“I welcome today’s informal association of the tourist boards of Mali Lošinj and Cres. I am convinced that by working together we have the opportunity to better position ourselves in the market and develop projects that will stimulate the overall economic development of our archipelago, which is extremely important in these challenging times. We have excellent cooperation with Cres and we hope that this agreement will also produce many good projects for the development of our islands, but most importantly, that it will improve the quality of life of its inhabitants. ” pointed out Ana Kučić, Mayor of the City of Mali Lošinj and President of the Tourist Board of the City of Mali Lošinj. “Tourist boards have jointly developed a strategy for the development of tourism in our archipelago, so informal association is just a logical continuation of cooperation. The joint development of a strategy is a kind of engagement of our tourism, and this is an association of marriage. The synergy that will result in this tourist marriage will contribute to the recognition of our archipelago as a unique tourist destination with many special features of Cres and Lošinj, from Tramuntana in the north to Ilovik in the south. ” said Kristijan Jurjako, president of the Cres Tourist Board and mayor of Cres. The master plan envisages that Mali Lošinj and Cres will approach the valorization of hitherto unused resources and interpret them in an innovative and modern way, and that the principle of sustainability will be applied through all development activities in order to preserve the natural environment and quality of life. The vision of tourism in Mali Lošinj and Cres is defined in cooperation with key destination stakeholders and is based on three main pillars – Sun and Sea, a tourist product that currently generates the largest share of tourist traffic, then active holiday as a primary tourist product in the pre- and post-season as well Wellbeing which represents the essence of the experience of health tourism and Wellness & Spa programs in the destination. The cities of Cres and Mali Lošinj have been cooperating at all levels for years, have joint utility companies, a development agency and cooperate on numerous projects, so informal association of tourist boards is a logical sequence of cooperation, especially because they are connected islands. cooperate and be one tourist brand. The Tourist Board of the City of Cres and the Tourist Board of the City of Mali Lošinj are currently implementing a unique Tourism development master plan based on which long-term visions, growth goals and a framework for the development of a competitive tourism strategy that will contribute to improving the quality of life and creating new development cycles were defined. Mayor of the City of Cres – Kristijan Jurjako, Mayor of the City of Mali Lošinj – Ana Kučić Director of the Tourist Board of Cres – Sanja Živanović, Director of the Tourist Board of Mali Lošinj – Dalibor Cvitković The guests perceive the Cres-Lošinj archipelago as one destination, which was recognized by the towns of Cres and Mali Lošinj, and signed agreement on cooperation of tourist boards. With this document, they announced the continuation of joint activities with the aim of further development of tourism. Author of photos: TZGML, Hrvoje Serdar
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The 3-0 victory over Newcastle, their first home league win of 2015, was vital in restoring a six-point cushion between themselves and the bottom three. It relieved some of the pressure which was reaching crisis level among some fans, and after beating Dynamo Kiev last Thursday back-to-back wins for the first time since November have helped lift the gathering gloom. “We really needed the win. We had a good result in Europe in the week but it was really vital we turned up and got three points in the league, and we did that really well,” said Osman, on his first league start since December 3 after returning from injury. “We are not trying to look down, we are trying to look up but out the corner of your eye you can’t help but see how close you are (to the bottom three) at times. “With Burnley maybe surprisingly beating Man City on Saturday it was vital we won. “We’ve not been the best in the league of late, so it was vital we got ourselves back on track. “On occasions things don’t always go the way you want to on the pitch but for us it is not for a lack of trying, we tried the same as we have in the last few weeks. “We seemed to get things right as a team and we pressed together as a team and things came off for us. “Confidence is massive: you can be the best team in the world on paper but if you haven’t got confidence you are not going to get a result. “I think maybe we lost a bit of confidence over the Christmas period, but over the last few weeks we started to get it back and that showed out there in the last two matches.” Everton midfielder Leon Osman admits the players were more than aware how close they were to slipping into a relegation battle, but feels their renewed confidence means they can now start looking up the table. Press Association Despite it only being two results there finally seems to be a feeling of momentum gathering at Goodison Park, but that needs to continue in Ukraine this week for their last-16 second leg tie, in which they lead 2-1. “We have been good in Europe this season, especially away from home, so we are going there with confidence but these ties in countries like Ukraine are difficult,” added Osman. “We are ticking along nicely and starting to get our confidence back with two wins out of two and hopefully we will make it three on Thursday.” Manager Roberto Martinez made five changes for the Newcastle match and he will rotate players again for the trip to eastern Europe. The injury list is reducing after left-back Leighton Baines returned against the Magpies having missed the previous five games, with forward Kevin Mirallas available to face Kiev, and Osman believes that should help them finish the season strongly. “There is a lot of competition for places but we are in it as a team: there is no sulking if you are not in the team at the minute, it is all about the 11 out there getting a result,” he said. Newcastle, by contrast, are seeing their options diminish by the week and captain Fabricio Coloccini’s suspension for a red card at Goodison adds another name to the list of those unavailable. “Just when you think you are getting somewhere on the squad front in getting Jack Colback back from suspension and Remy Cabella and Robbie Elliott back into the group, all of a sudden you lose your captain for three games and a defender which, as we all know, we are not blessed with many,” said caretaker boss John Carver. “I can’t bring out a magic wand and bring in anyone from the outside but I am losing people not through silly training ground injuries or silly red cards. “I have a huge injury list and I am working with what I have got. I know what situation I am in and I can’t do anything about it.”
RED BANK – Red Bank Charter School, a nonprofit, nonpartisan K-8 public school, will be holding a Sandy relief fundraiser from 6 to 10 p.m., Friday, Nov. 30, to help members of the school family rebuild their lives after the storm.Several RBCS families and faculty have either been displaced or deeply burdened in the aftermath of Super Storm Sandy. “It’s our desire to work together to lighten their load,” said RCBS Principal Meredith Pennotti. “This community is like family and we want to help them any way that we can.”Together with Lucky Break Billiards, the Red Bank Charter School CCO (Charter Community Organization) will host the fundraising event at Lucky Break Billiards, 14 West Front St. Light fare and refreshments will be served along with access to Lucky Break pool tables, pingpong, shuffleboard and more.“We’re pleased to offer our establishment to support this charitable effort,” said James Hertler, owner of Lucky Break Billiards and a Red Bank Charter School parent.Limited tickets can be purchased and donations made online at www.redbankcharterschool.com/cco. Donations do not require event attendance and can be entered in any amount.Proceeds for the event will be used toward direct assistance of members of the RBCS community affected by Super Storm Sandy.Additional information is available by e-mailing [email protected] or calling 732-309-0331Founded in 1998, the school has an enrollment of 180 students with a faculty and staff numbering more than 40.
Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden said team personnel discussed giving quarterback Colin Kaepernick a tryout, the Associated Press reported Tuesday.Before you get all fired up, it’s not happening.“Not a lot of time to really get a brand new quarterback and new system installed and taught in a couple of days of practice,” Gruden told the AP. “So he’s been talked about and discussed, but we’ll probably go a different direction.”Hail to the Redskins. Mark Geragos, …
dan rowinski At the keynote for BlackBerry 10 today in New York City, Research In Motion CEO Thorsten Heins said that RIM is no more. “From today on, we are BlackBerry everywhere in the world,” Heins said.Heins said that Research In Motion is BlackBerry. All employees are working on BlackBerry and the brand is indentifiable only with BlackBerry. Hence, RIM, a company that has been in existence since the early 1980s, is no more. The company will now trade publicly as BBRY.Stay tuned for more information from the BlackBerry 10 launch event in New York City. Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces Tags:#BlackBerry#Research In Motion What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … Related Posts Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology
Screenwriting: Simplify to ClarifyMany stories actually contain way too much information or take too long to make their point. When was the last time you heard anyone complaining that a film was too short? Being able to ‘murder your darlings’ and cut out your favourite scenes, moments or shots is crucial to being able to tell a story well.As editors we’ve got to find ways to convey the same story beats but in as concise a way as possible. Can you eliminate one half of the dialogue and still have a great scene? Can you take a whole scene out because its not clear that scenes purpose. Could another scene already have made that point?Ira Glass has a great 4 part video series on storytelling that is well worth checking out. This nicely put together typography piece will give you a decent flavour of what’s in store:Step Back: Big Picture ScriptwritingFilm editor Walter Murch uses a system of cards mapping out the story structure, based on the screenplay (very much like screenwriters do when writing the script in the first place) to help him visualize what’s going on in the film.The above cards cards are from Cold Mountain, for which Walter was nominated for an Oscar:“Blue with a yellow background means Inman (Jude Law) is in a scene; plain blue means Inman is not in that scene. A lot of blue cards in a row means not much Inman – which makes me wonder ‘is that a good idea?’ A triangle indicates I feel it is a pivot scene. The size of card equals the approximate length of a scene.”Being able to step back and see the story as a whole is crucial to seeing what’s working well and what’s not adding to the overall experience. Sometimes a great scene is hurting the rest of film.Screening your film with people who don’t know anything about it is also a good way to a) see it with fresh eyes and b) discover if it actually makes sense. A huge part of successful storytelling and screenwriting is mapping out the emotional arc and narrative, while weaving those together. Sometimes withholding information from the audience or a character can dramatically alter those dynamics.Have screenwriting and scriptwriting tips to share?Let us know in the comments below! As an editor, the key to shaping the story hidden amid the footage is to understand the fundamentals of scriptwriting.The two tweets below got me inspired to put together a post on scriptwriting and storytelling for editors and creatives alike. If you’re like me and keen to beef up your story structure skills, these scriptwriting tips and videos should help you improve your craft. Jeff Ford, editor on The Avengers, mentions several things that he feels editors should learn – sound, acting and scriptwriting – in the course of this interview for Avid. It’s well worth watching.Follow Basic Scriptwriting FormulasThe basics sound pretty basic, but if you don’t follow these simple things your story will be all over the place and impossible for the audience to follow.You’ve got to have a beginning, a middle and an end. Set up, develop and pay off. If you’ve got problems with your pay off at the end of your story, go back and check that everything that precedes it is lining up to make that point. If you’re arranging an interview as the basis for your story structure and you’ve got a clip that conveys the information of a beginning piece but tonally feels like an ending, its definitely best to go with how it will feel…or leave it out all together.This talk on the Power of Storytelling given by professional storyteller Jay O’Callahan is one of my absolute favorites from any 99percent conference because for 17 and a half minutes you get to see a master craftsman at work: