Backcountry Pictures creates powerful films and television programs that celebrate the beauty of nature. Founded by David Vassar and Sally Kaplan in 2001, Backcountry Pictures has established an award-winning track record making movies that move people. The company excels in producing programs that impart a sense of wonder about the natural world, inspiring viewers to establish their own personal bond with nature. In doing so, they become passionate advocates for conservation and preservation issues.
Horn Productions is a San Mateo-based film production company specializing in high-end films. The company enjoys a reputation as one of the leading production companies in the San Francisco Bay Area. Prior to her work in the production field, Horn Productions president Elizabeth Horn was director of marketing communications for a number of Silicon Valley firms.
NetSuite is the world's leading provider of cloud-based business management software. NetSuite helps companies manage core business processes with a single, fully integrated system covering enterprise resource planning (ERP)/financials, customer relationship management (CRM), ecommerce, inventory and more. Founded in 1998, NetSuite is headquartered in Silicon Valley with more than 1,000 employees across nine offices throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, Asia and Australia. Netsuite's mission is to provide companies around the globe cloud-based, unified systems that deliver unprecedented capabilities to drive their business.
The film The Voice of Values. The Strength of Brands. addresses the issue of how consumers' choices are affected by the values brands are perceived to uphold. Brands, and the corporations they represent, have power, and people's purchase decisions are influenced by the way corporations use their power. Gaining the trust of consumers has become an important aspect of marketing for big businesses. This film presents a number of facts and anecdotes related to this new reality. For instance, "70% of women said they would avoid buying products and services from companies that were perceived to be irresponsible."
With price and quality being equal, most consumers are willing to switch brands if the brands are associated with what consumers believe to be a worthwhile cause, or conversely, if brands are linked with an undesirable practice. The film done for Levi's presents a new playing field, where businesses compete to present themselves in the most favorable way.
The Lytro camera lets you create living pictures that you can endlessly refocus after you take them. Share your pictures online, and your friends can instantly refocus them just like you do. Your pictures are about to surprise you--and everyone else.
The Lytro camera lets you capture and share what you see in a whole new way. It's the first consumer camera that records the entire light field--all the rays of light traveling in every direction through a scene--instead of a flat 2D image. And that changes everything.
Lytor's newest light field capability, Perspective Shift, allows you to interactively change your point of view in a picture, after you've taken the picture. On a computer or mobile device, you can shift the living picture in any direction; left, right, up, down and all around.
The Open Medicine Institute (OMI) is applying a multi-disciplinary, "big data" approach to the health care system to accelerate development of treatments for debilitating, difficult-to-understand diseases.
OMI is combining the newest research and technology advances with direct patient involvement to develop needed therapies for a range of diseases. The Institute's immediate research efforts focus on poorly understood diseases such as ME/CFS (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome), Autism, Lyme, Multiple Sclerosis, and other neuro-immune conditions. OMI will apply our unique translational model to a wide range of diseases such as blood cancers and cardiovascular disease.
Band members include Nancy Hall: vocals, acoustic guitar, dulcimer, ukulele, glockenspiel, drums, percussion, piano; Lee Parvin: vocals, piano, hammond B3, mellotron, wurlitzer, accordion, harmonica; Marc Games: acoustic and electric guitars, banjo, electric bass; James Kerwin: acoustic bass; Danny Montgomery: drums.
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