As predicted tablets are making huge waves at CES 2011, there are probably too many to even count. And even though it's only half way through the first day of the conference, the wireless carriers have pretty much already drawn the lines for the top tablets to defend.
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HP briefly showed off its mobile 5g PC at CES this year, and the company made even bigger eaves when it acquired Palm over the summer. Both moves have put HP in a favorable position when it comes to the tablet marketplace, and the Slate/PalmPad is poised to strike hard and fast...whenever it gets released.
Rehearse your material over and over. Then, rehearse it again just before the class. You should always have a good idea of the flow of information. Your beginning point leads to another point. That point leads to another point. You should know every point until you get to your wrap up point. If you know your art concepts quite well, then you should be able to wing the explanations and descriptions. But, you have to know your direction from point to point.
Robin Roberts returned minus her hair, which fell victim to the severe treatment for a rare blood disease called MDS, or myelodysplastic syndrome. In the old days, not many years ago, she would have hidden the condition - and the results - from her viewing audience. But these days, the style is to share, and Robin has. Her skin, she says, is sensitive to light. Television studios are full of all kinds of light. Her vision is a bit blurry, which might make reading what is a teleprompter tricky. But "all of this," she says, is gradually getting better.
Robin Roberts returned to the set of "Good Morning America" Thursday, to test her strength. This first time back since her September bone marrow transplant is just a "dry run," the morning host explains, to see how her body reacts. Daily Mail reports the story on Thursday, Jan. 24.
And finally, don't feel badly about doing take after take. As professionals, we do lots of takes until we're happy. Making mistakes and flubbing lines is perfectly human... but not great television.