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28Nov/120

New Literacies, New Learning Theme for The Educational Forum Published by Kappa Delta Pi


Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) October 30, 2012

In choosing New Literacies, New Learning as the theme for The Educational Forum, a Kappa Delta Pi publication, Dr. Alan Amtzis, Academic Editor, invited Dr. Patricia Paugh to join him to learn the ways in which developments of technology and interactive digital media are augmenting, extending, and amending the traditional functioning of teaching, learning, and education. Dr. Amtzis is Director of the Master of Education Program in Educational Leadership: Instruction for The College of New Jersey. Dr. Paugh is an Associate Professor in the Curriculum and Instruction Department at the University of MassachusettsBoston.

The Educational Forum, vol 76, no. 4 (October-December 2012) explores how learning, and teaching, are changing as a result of the proliferation and availability of digital and computer-based technology. In 1436 Guttenbergs moveable type printing press ushered in the first tidal wave of what might be called New Literacy. Because learning has always been tied to the spoken or written word, memory and recall have been the proof of learning. However, memorization is being replaced by access and retrievability, which are changing the nature of application, depth, and utility.

Kappa Delta Pi is pleased to offer perspectives from senior scholars, essays from K-16 classroom teachers, and current research on New Literacies, New Learning through a themed issue of The Educational Forum, says Dr. Amtzis. Senior scholars Dr. Dana Wilber, Dr. Julie Coiro, Dr. James Paul Gee, Dr. Elena Forzani, and Dr. Donald J. Leu offered overviews of the emergence and future of new literacies. Classroom teachers from elementary school through college education courses submitted essays explaining the uses and effects of new literacies in their classrooms. Titles range from Digital Storytelling: Using Technology to Spark Creativity to Cell Phones Transform a Science Methods Course and from Finding a Voice: Freedom through Digital Literacies to Trust and Mobile Media Use in Schools. Research reports cover adolescent interactions with text across discourses, twitteracy as a new literacy practice, peer collaborations in online inquiry, Hip Hop as a new literacy, and concerns about the paths of new literacies. In her Closing Editorial Statement, Dr. Paugh states that new literacies, while emerging in a digital age, are more than technology; they are practices that lead to new social structures and new ways of being in the world.

The Educational Forum is a doubly masked peer-reviewed academic journal published quarterly to provide thought-provoking, challenging essays, research reports, and featured works designed to stimulate dialogue in education on a worldwide scale. To learn more about The Educational Forum, visit Kappa Delta Pi Publications. To purchase this issue or any of the articles from this issue, visit Taylor & Francis Online.

For more information about Kappa Delta Pi, visit http://www.KDP.org or call KDP Headquarters at 800-284-3167.

Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education, is a 501 (c) (3) organization established in 1911 to recognize and promote excellence in education, provide a reasoned voice for significant issues, and link learning communities of educators. Through its programs, services, and strategic partnerships, KDP supports the professional growth and teaching practices of educators throughout all phases and levels of their careers. The organization currently has more than 600 chapters and an active membership of 43,000 worldwide.







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9Oct/120

CloneMyWebsite Gets Savvy with Their Intuitive WordPress Theme Generator


Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) September 11, 2012

WordPress continues to become the most trusted content management system for business websites but very few people realize the importance of having the right theme design for your business. Using a custom WordPress theme generator gives any business owner that ability of making their website rely on the best business WordPress themes. Its ability to generate more than 1000 themes and have some more being generated every day makes it an important tool for your website. You can play around with more than 50 fonts, have unlimited places for widgets, make fine frameworks and save your themes to be used later. WordPress has therefore managed to move your website's interphase to a completely new level. What more would your internet business require apart from consistent updates?

It is time consuming to fine tune a setting for SEO or direct response marketing when you are using a generic WordPress theme. clonemywebsite.com

A differentiation fact for customers when they interact with businesses online is the degree of functionality that the websites provide, based on the products that they offer. On the other hand, business owners also need to merge their organizational cultures and identity on their websites, because this serves as the first outlet of customer interaction. Therefore, getting the best business WordPress theme is an essential point of customer care, whether the customer is a buys or only spreads word about the business.

There are many WordPress themes available for free, or with a little customization being offered for sale. However, rarely does one get the most fitting theme for their business, because there are always unique attributes with every website design. It is impossible for companies that sell themes to many people, to have the exact needs of every kind of business. Nevertheless, they do offer a range of spectacular themes that have the advantages of security, scalability and functionality.

On their part, WordPress theme generators are solving the headache that many website owners and designers had, when it came to choosing the best themes. The theme generator does not require the technical ability of dealing with design coding languages and anyone conversant enough to use computer software is able to create attractive-looking themes with the generator. It costs money to maintain WordPress themes that developed by external designers because one has to rely on them for every change desired on their layout or functionality. The money spend on paying for maintenance or design services is saved if you choose a WordPress theme generator because, you can create as many search engine optimized themes as you require. For business that have a tight budget, a free theme generator may suffice, but it will have limited functionality compared to commercial theme generators, whose developers will keep addition features to make them even easier to use and increase their capabilities.

You can now have a professional WordPress site in minutes, complete with SEO capabilities and ready for deployment. The sites created by the theme generator will enable your business to start making you money since they enable people to have a new idea or a product launch within an hour when traditionally it would take days.

For people looking for the best business WordPress themes, the WordPress theme generator has no match, as it is the only tool that will give them the theme without the lock-ins that force them to purchase an upgrade or a lifetime maintenance subscription.

About clonemywebsite.com

CloneMyWebsite.com provides the ultimate direct response-publishing platform whose development has taken care of all the challenges, needed from an Internet Publishing System, of getting a WordPress website online and ready for business. Visit us at http://www.clonemywebsite.com/







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17Jul/120

The Layout Shop Looking for Tumblr Theme Designers


Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) May 21, 2012

Following its successful website re-launch, The Layout Shop is gearing towards developing new themes for its users. As previously reported, the site has been hard at work at creating their own themes, but they have now announced that theyre looking to their own users for new creations.

The online store has experienced good success in the sales of their current collection of themes, like Rosewood and Philosophien.

The site will be open to welcoming any designs from users who are interested in getting their designs out to other Tumblr users.

The site is looking for either theme submissions or theme design services. All submissions, whether professional or amateur, are welcome.

Site manager Nicolas Camp says, We thought it would be good to give our users a chance at customizing Tumblr themes and getting those themes out to there through our site.

Weve seen a steady rise in our sales and I feel this is due to the increasing popularity of Tumblr. More and more people are blogging through Tumblr now, and that can only mean good things for us.

Tumblr has seen a meteoric rise in the social networking arena in recent months, and now falls only second to Facebook in most time spent by users on the site. This means that users are spending more and more time on Tumblr. With Tumblrs announcement that the site will soon feature advertising space, there should be plenty of incentive for sites like The Layout Shop to keep growing.

For those interested in making submissions, you can reach Mr. Camp on their contact page.

About The Layout Shop

The Layout Shop is an online Tumblr theme store specializing in professionally made and customizable Premier and Free themes for Tumblr. The site also features a tech blog about blogging and social media.







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10Jul/110

Konsole Kingz Brings Video Vixen Shakur Sozahdah to the PlayStation

Konsole Kingz Brings Video Vixen Shakur Sozahdah to the PlayStation®3 System With Her Dynamic Wallpaper Theme











Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) June 07, 2011

Customize your PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system with Egyptian beauty and XXL’s 2009 Eye Candy of the Month, Shakur Sozahdah. Konsole Kingz (KKZ) debuts Shakur’s Desert Strike Theme in the PlayStation®Store. The theme features 13 new, auto rotating photos of Shakur along with themed icons and custom sounds exclusively for the PlayStation 3 system.

As a woman of KING Magazine and Maxim Espanol (and a big time gamer), Shakur is well known for her music video appearances in Ludacris’s “Sex Room,” and Drake’s, “Best I Ever Had,” where she was the captain of Drake’s basketball team. The entertainer’s seductive voice and impromptu raps add to her around-the-way girl demeanor, not to mention her experience at the gun range.

Photographed in an incredible desert setting, Shakur is a lethal marksman that doesn’t miss her target. This exotic beauty’s collaboration with KKZ brings a new dynamic theme for the PlayStation Store.

“After being introduced to Shakur by Datwon Thomas, Editorial Director of Vibe Magazine, I found out she was an avid Call of Duty 4 fan. I knew then she would be a perfect fit for the theme,” said Cj Peters, CEO of Konsole Kingz.

Shakur laughed as she described her photo-shoot experience. “I had a great time working with Konsole Kingz. The whole team is awesome. I love being able to act out a character and see the images come to life. It was cold, I got real dirty, and I crawled into tunnels for the perfect shots... but it was all worth it to see the final product.”

According to Datwon Thomas, “Shakur has the unique look, sharp personality and kind spirit that anyone she encounters would adore. Plus, when she throws on the sexy face you can’t help but love her. Download her now!”

How to download Shakur’s Desert Strike Theme on PS3™ system:

1. Log into the PlayStation Store

2. Go to Themes & Avatars

3. Go to Themes & Wallpapers

4. Navigate to “Shakur’s Desert Strike Dynamic Theme”

How to install Shakur’s Desert Strike Theme:

1. From the Settings icon on the XMB™ (Xross Media Bar), scroll to the Theme Settings option.

2. Press the X button to display the Theme menu

3. Press the X button again to display a list of themes that are available for use.

4. Scroll to the desired theme, and then select Apply.

For behind the scenes footage of one of the most vivacious models of the urban, hip-hop world visit:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qFihF3jK6go&feature=player_embedded

http://www.konsolekingz.com/Shakur

“PlayStation” is a registered trademark and "PS3" is a trademark of Sony Computer Entertainment, Inc.

About KKZ

KONSOLE KINGZ (KKZ) has emerged as leaders of the urban video gaming space. The company focuses on a unique combination of promotions, event planning, gaming tournaments, viral marketing, and editorial pieces to connect with and understand the urban gamer.

Contact:

Alicia Gholar, Public Relations Manager

Konsole Kingz

alicia(at)konsolekingz(dot)com

@MsKommunication

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20Jun/110

New Theme Club Makes SugarCRM Applications Fun to Use

New Theme Club Makes SugarCRM Applications Fun to Use











Chicago, IL (PRWEB) November 15, 2007

Intelestream, Inc., a leader in consulting services for SugarCRM applications, announced today the release of the Sugar Theme Club, a nonprofit online portal where users of the Sugar Suite line of products can download and share custom background themes to compliment their CRM experience at no cost.

The concept for a theme club was developed by members of Intelestream's team who realized a growing demand for new Sugar background themes could be fueled by graphic designers seeking a forum to showcase their talents to potential clients.

“We believe the Sugar Theme Club will make CRM fun to use while putting graphic designers in touch with CRM users interested in services such as logo and website design,” states Jason Green, founder and CEO of Intelestream. “I am sure the rest of the CRM community will be as thrilled as we are to have free access to a database of exciting themes that is constantly being replenished.”

Introductory themes now available for download include designs inspired by automobiles, baseball, scuba diving, night clubbing, and the mountains of New Zealand. Users can download themes for immediate use by registering for a free membership at http://www.sugarthemeclub.org. Loading themes into Sugar Suite applications is easy and straightforward instructions are found on the website.

All graphic designers interested in demonstrating their talents to the club’s community may submit themes and professional biographies to the Sugar Theme Club for publication. Knowledge of CSS, PHP, and Sugar Open Source coding is all that is required to develop a theme.

About Intelestream, Inc.

Intelestream, Inc. is a leading provider of Sugar Customer Relationship Management consulting services for businesses and organizations of all sizes across a wide range of industries. The company has completed several SugarCRM related projects for the world’s leading businesses and organizations. Staffed by CRM industry veterans, Intelestream defines value added service through its wide array of services and software products. Founded in 2007, the company is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.

For further information about the premier provider of SugarCRM consulting services, please visit the company's website: http://www.intelestream.net , or call (800)244-3775.

Contact: Stafford McKay, Jr.

Direct: (312) 235-2747

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20May/110

Ecycle-it

Ecycle-it® Theme to Exhibit at the 2006 International CES with Innovative Environmental Campaign












Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) January 3, 2006

“Ecycle-it”® theme created by Computer Recycling For Education is set to exhibit a partnership, sponsorship and brand licensing campaign featuring Ewaste Eddie ® at the 2006 International CES to be held January 5-8, 2006 in Las Vegas, NV.

The “Ecycle-it” campaign features Ewaste Eddie's proclamation: "Remember to Ecycle-it"®. Ewaste Eddie was created to partner with and help consumer electronics manufacturers, electronics retailers, business, municipalities, government agencies, educational institutions, environmental groups, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), local jurisdictions, waste haulers, e-waste recyclers, and nonprofits to inform the public on ewaste awareness through outreach and education. Ewaste Eddie’s was also created to change consumer behavior through social marketing to increase electronics reuse, reduce ewaste, recycle electronics and to buy electronics with recycled components through public awareness and education, said” Al Chaney, a retired solid waste specialist formally with the California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA).    

“We at Computer Recycling For Education® are fortunate, blessed by God and thankful to be invited to CES by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) and the United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) to participate in Green Saturday: Environmental Awareness Day for our innovative proposed solutions to the ewaste problem through consumer education. This venue located at the Las Vegas Convention Center, North Hall, N260 from 9:00AM-6:00PM will explore the Consumer Electronics innovative strides towards improving the environment. “Our contribution at CES is to display our Ecycle-it® concept featuring Ewaste Eddie®, the only worldwide icon for the ewaste awareness, education and prevention”, said Phil Moralez, Vice President, Business Development.    

“Our goal is for Ewaste Eddie with his ‘Remember to Ecycle-it’ proclamation to become universally recognized as the world wide icon for electronics waste (ewaste). The US Forest Service has a famous fire prevention bear, and we plan to make Ewaste Eddie the spokesperson for educating the public on electronics waste (ewaste) prevention. We envision someday every piece of electronics will have an Ewaste Eddie “Ecycle-it” label or sticker on it. We now have a new innovative standard of excellence, Ewaste Eddie,” said Moralez.

Computer Recycling For Education will also be donating a new computer system at 11:00AM in celebration of Environmental Awareness Day to a local Las Vegas nonprofit organization involved with kids.

Computer Recycling For Education representatives will be available to discuss licensing options with consumer electronics company representatives, software companies and government agencies.

Computer Recycling For Education, located in Rancho Murieta, California, owns and has created all of the intellectual property exclusive rights, licensing, trademarks, copyrights, artwork, designs, patents, illustrations, derivative rights and publishing rights. Information about Computer Recycling For Education can be found at its website:

http://www.ecycle-it.com

For information on United States and International licensing of Ecycle-it featuring Ewaste Eddie, please contact:

Al Chaney, MBA

Computer Recycling For Education

916-248-2999

http://www.ecycle-it.com

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18May/110

ad:tech San Francisco: ‘Out of the Box’ Conference Theme Confronts Today’s Content Explosion

ad:tech San Francisco: 'Out of the Box' Conference Theme Confronts Today's Content Explosion











San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) April 12, 2007

ad:tech expositions, LLC (http://www.ad-tech.com), the leading organizer of conferences and exhibitions for the global marketing community, today announced ad:tech San Francisco, themed "Out of the Box: Building Great Brands in the Digital Age," April 24 - 26, 2007 at San Francisco's Moscone Center. The San Francisco event will examine the content explosion and ever evolving dynamic of the digital marketing industry. Interactive marketing has become mainstream, and the show's content-from CEO keynotes to workshops -- explores the "marketing maelstrom" in which today's modern marketers are caught.

"ad:tech San Francisco will jump-start our U.S. conference program this year," said Don Knox, VP, ad:tech expositions. "We expect record attendance for this show, setting the pace for the rest of 2007. This industry is powerful and continues to grow exponentially. Now, more than ever, ad:tech's expansive global reach connects industry players and contributes to the continued success of digital marketing."

ad:tech's Drew Ianni, Senior Global Analyst & Programming Chair, has crafted an event that addresses head-on the change and confusion that modern marketers face. ad:tech San Francisco will feature more than 200 speakers, including CEOs and marketing executives from major brands and disruptive companies, including NBC Universal, Yahoo!, Coca-Cola, Anheuser-Busch, aQuantive, Procter & Gamble, Unilever, Hewlett-Packard, Google, YouTube, Fox Interactive Media, Microsoft, Motorola and eBay as well as Sling Media, Second Life, Visible and Joost.

"ad:tech San Francisco will bring together veteran marketers with forward-thinking entrepreneurs to focus on the industry's shifting landscape and disruption," said Ianni. "Attendees will walk away with valuable insights, strategies and solutions that will enable them to explore new channels through which to engage their key audiences."

Sessions will begin on Tuesday, April 24 with a keynote, "The Digital Decade: What the Past Five Years Can Teach Us About the Next Five" by Brian McAndrews, President and CEO of aQuantive, Inc. He will discuss the state of the industry as it relates to online ad spending, emerging trends and the services business. ad:tech Chair Ianni will moderate "The State of the Industry" session, as market pundits, brand marketers and innovators discuss where digital marketing is heading.

ad:tech's signature roundtable "Content is King! (Again?)" will open the second day, Wednesday, April 25, as speakers share their thoughts about the state of content, distribution and customer demand. Panelists will include Jason Hirschhorn, President, Sling Media Entertainment Group; Kourosh Karimkhany, General Manager, Wired Digital; Suzie Reider, Head of Advertising Sales, YouTube.com; and Caroline H. Little, CEO and Publisher, Washingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive.

ad:tech San Francisco will host the 10th Annual ad:tech Awards ceremony and the Connect LIVE! event. ad:tech will recognize more than 30 winners for their creative contributions and honor three marketing veterans with the Industry Achievement Award.

Additional sessions include:

    The Next Big Thing: Is Advertising Really the Solution? This panel of experts will explain how traditional advertising has changed, and as a result marketing communications has expanded to present more opportunities.
    Dispatch from DC Listen to seasoned insiders as they offer their insights into the current public policy landscape and what the industry should be aware of as the public sector ecosystem continues to evolve.
    The Online Female Consumer -- Come Meet Them Panelists will address the force of females online and how they affect everything from user-generated content to the new ways marketers develop and promote products.
    Vertical Focus: Financial Services Online Find out how leading online and traditional financial institutions and media companies use integrated online and offline campaigns to drive customer acquisition and brand preference.
    Market Focus on the Asia-Pacific and U.S. HIspanic Markets Hear about changing user behaviors and growth of mobile services in the Asia-Pacific market and among U.S. Hispanics online, the fastest growing demographic in the U.S.

To help attendees take advantage of ad:tech's range of offerings, the program is organized around topic-specific session tracks: Performance Marketing; Emerging Platforms; and Media and Branding. Please visit http://www.ad-tech.com/conference-sf.asp for the workshop schedule.

The exhibit hall will showcase more than 300 exhibitors in the largest collection of ad:tech exhibitors to date. The expo hall will also include on-floor meeting rooms, ample room for networking and a business presentation room. For a list of exhibitors, please visit http://www.ad-tech.com/exhibitors-sf.asp.

Platinum Sponsors include: DatranMedia; DoubleClick Gold Sponsors include: Casale Media; TheBlindNetwork.com; VendareNetblue Silver Sponsors include: BossDev; EDebitPay; GenieKnows; PetskyPrunier Investment Bankers; TheUseful Bronze Sponsors include: AdECN; Clickbooth; Google; Leadpile; MediaWhiz; RighMedia Premier Media Partners include: Ad Age; Fast Company; Forbes.com; iMedia; Revenue Magazine Media Partners include: 1to1 Media; Web; Rovion; Search Marketing Standard; SimpleFeed; SmartBrief; Streaming Media Association Partners include: The ARF; MMA; Newspaper Association of America; OPA; SF Advertising Club and SF Big.

For public information , please visit http://www.ad-tech.com.

Editors: For interviews, images or more information, please contact Christel van der Boom at Edelman, ph: 650.762.2948 or christel.vanderboom @ edelman.com: or Renee Edelman at Edelman, ph: 212.704.8249 or renee.edelman @ edelman.com; Media inquiries should be directed to: Warren Pickett or call 970-419-8207.

About ad:tech: ad:tech expositions, LLC is the leading organizer of conferences and exhibitions for the interactive marketing community worldwide. ad:tech produces the world's largest interactive marketing events held in New York, San Francisco, Chicago, Miami, London, Paris, Hamburg, Shanghai, Singapore and Sydney. ad:tech is produced by dmg world media; based out of the company's headquarters in Larkspur, California. For listings of exhibitors, speakers, events and upcoming conference offerings, visit http://www.ad-tech.com.

About dmg world media: An international exhibition and publishing company, dmg world media produces more than 300 market-leading trade exhibitions, consumer shows and fairs each year and publishes 45 related magazines, newspapers, directories and market reports. dmg world media employs 800 people and maintains a worldwide presence through 38 offices in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, France, the United Arab Emirates, China, Australia and New Zealand. dmg world media is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Daily Mail and General Trust plc (DMGT), one of the largest and most successful media companies in the United Kingdom. Additional information on dmg world media can be found at http://www.dmgworldmedia.com.

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20Apr/110

“Ecycle-it? Theme Created by Computer Recycling For Education Featuring Ewaste Eddie has Become the Newest eBay Rethink Initiative Member

"Ecycle-it” Theme Created by Computer Recycling For Education Featuring Ewaste Eddie has Become the Newest eBay Rethink Initiative Member












Sacramento, Calif. (PRWEB) April 22, 2006

“Ecycle-it”® theme created by Computer Recycling For Education® featuring Ewaste Eddie has become the newest eBay® Rethink Initiative member applying some fresh thinking to the problem of e-waste in San Jose, California.

The “Ecycle-it” theme features Ewaste Eddie's proclamation: "Remember to Ecycle-it" will join eBay’s Rethink Initiative which brings together industry, government and environmental groups to offer fresh new perspectives and new solutions to the challenges of e-waste. Some of the leading proponents of eBay’s Rethink Initiative in the consumer electronics industry are; Apple, Best Buy, Consumer Electronics Association, Circuit City, Dell, Earth 911, EPA, Gateway, Goodwill, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, March of Dimes, Motorola, National Cristina Foundation, Nokia, Toshiba, USPS, UPS and Verizon Wireless.

“Ewaste Eddie was created to partner with and help consumer electronics manufacturers, electronics retailers, business, municipalities, government agencies, educational institutions, environmental groups, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), local jurisdictions, waste haulers, e-waste recyclers, and nonprofits to inform the public on ewaste awareness through outreach and education,” said Al Chaney, President/CEO of Computer Recycling For Education, a retired solid waste specialist formally with the California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA). “Ewaste Eddie’s was also created to change consumer behavior through social marketing to increase electronics reuse, reduce ewaste, recycle electronics and to buy electronics with recycled components through public awareness and education.”

“We at Computer Recycling For Education are excited to become a Rethink member in time for Earth Day 2006, and are honored to be recognized for contributions in helping solve the e-waste problem and to be acknowledged along with consumer electronics industry leaders,” said Chaney.

The goal is for Ewaste Eddie with his ‘Remember to Ecycle-it’ proclamation to become universally recognized as the world wide icon for electronics waste (ewaste). We plan to make Ewaste Eddie the spokesperson for educating the public on electronics waste (ewaste) prevention. The goal is to have every electronics item feature an Ewaste Eddie “Ecycle-it” label or sticker on it through a licensing agreement.

Computer Recycling For Education representatives are available to discuss licensing options with consumer electronics company representatives, computer manufacturers, electronics manufacturers, retail representatives, software companies and government agencies.

Computer Recycling For Education, located in Rancho Murieta, California, owns and has created all of the intellectual property exclusive rights, licensing, trademarks, copyrights, artwork, designs, patents, illustrations, derivative rights and publishing rights. Information about Computer Recycling For Education can be found at its website:

http://www.ecycle-it.com

For information on United States and International licensing of Ecycle-it featuring Ewaste Eddie, please contact:

Al Chaney, MBA

Computer Recycling For Education

916-248-2999

http://www.ecycle-it.com

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