JH Hull Middle School Builds Two Sustainble Gardens Thanks to Chevrolet, CBS, and EcoMedia’s EcoAd Program Chevrolet’s first EcoAd Project in Los Angeles County Torrance, CA — March 14, 2012 — CBS EcoMedia, Torrance Unified School District, and Chevrolet unveiled today two sustainable gardens at Hull Middle School. Chevrolet’s Western Region purchased EcoAd advertising on local CBS stations, meaning that Chevy’s ads would be tied to tangible improvements in communities to support the environment. Chevrolet’s EcoAd advertising provided funding to support the installation of two sustainable gardens and state-of-the-art irrigation systems in the Hull Middle School courtyards. As an example of responsible landscaping for the students and surrounding community, the gardens will incorporate “zero-runoff” and water efficient irrigation technologies, and will be integrated into the school’s science and nutrition curriculum. This project is part of a complete energy efficient reconstruction of the middle school, which is the district’s first new campus in 40 years. The inclusion of these gardens will create 23040 hours of labor for workers in the local community.
Question by Mikki: HELP! School project, advertising in the Dallas Morning News?
We are doing a mock project, where we have a fictional $ 10,000 to spend on advertising our fictional restaraunt. We are limited to newspapers, so I am choosing the Dallas Morning News.
What packages do they have to advertise, ansd what are the costs? Thanks!
Answer by Thomas I would call or email the Dallas Morning News advertising department about your project and tell them your project consists of “$ 10,000 to spend on advertising our fictional restaraunt” and could they tell you what kind of package you would get for that amount of money. I would think they would love to help!!!
Here is their telephone number: Main phone number:
Here is where to email them: http://res.dallasnews.com/contactus/
They should help you and at the very least give you information on what they offer!!!
Google Tech Talks August 13, 2008 ABSTRACT Contrary to popular belief, current unabridged dictionaries contain only a small fraction of all the words in English. This is primarily because it costs money for a publisher to include a word in a dictionary, and therefore the publisher includes only words that will be “valuable” in some sense to the dictionary purchaser. As publishing moves increasingly into electronic form, the cost of including a word in a dictionary decreases. This leads to the possibility of creating a dictionary containing all the words in English. There are a number of unexpected difficulties involved in this effort, and this talk will summarize the current state of the art. Speaker: Chris Cole Chris Cole is President of Ur Studios, Inc. He was introduced to the Arpanet as a student at Harvard in the 1970’s. As a graduate student at Caltech he co-wrote with Stephen Wolfram the first commercially available symbolic math package, SMP, which was a precursor to Mathematica. Cole co-founded in 1981 Inference Corporation, which grew to be the leading AI company, later acquired by eGain. Cole also wrote the software for the online version of Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, worked with the Advanced Technology Group of Encyclopedia Britannica in implementing Britannica Online, and edits the archive for the Usenet newsgroup rec.puzzles. In 1999 Sterling published his book Wordplay, A Curious Dictionary of Language Oddities. Video Rating: 3 / 5