Wengie Beauty In Focus: Coachella Braids

Coachella is the most talked-about music festival of the year in the United States. It takes place in Indio, California and all the stars come out to hear the top musicians. Since cameras are everywhere at Coachella, everyone puts their best fashion forward for this epic event.

This year, one of the hottest beauty trends out of Coachella was definitely braids. There are so many different kinds of braids, such as Fishtail braids, French braids, Celtic braids and Half-Crown Braids. Boxer Braids and Twisted Side Braids are in fashion as well. Although many types of braids were spotted at Coachella, the most popular style seen this year was Double Braided Ponytails. It takes practice to make braids that look even, so it is a good idea to view a YouTube video tutorial at the Wengie official channel.

Wengie was born in China and lives in Australia. She has extremely popular YouTube channels that are called wengieofficial and LifeOfWengie. Wengie demonstrates how to make proper braids as well as many other hair care tips. She also “opens up,” about her life and helps teenagers with advice on issues that young girls face. She is very available on her many social media accounts to answer any beauty questions.

Wengie performs helpful product demonstrations in the area of makeup. She tries many products and shows which work and which do not. She shows how to get the most out of each skincare product purchased. She also shows her favorite lashes and has a healthy diet plan available. When it comes to makeup, as her audience is diverse, she always has a multi-cultural focus and perspective.

With a bit of practice and some help from Wengie, it is quite possible to get proper braids and total beauty upgrades. Also, after viewing wengieofficial and LifeOfWengie it will be much easier to select makeup and skincare products. All of her playlists are arranged for your convenience. Simply subscribe to the channels and spend some time watching Wengie explain the best products and demonstrate hair tips, such as braids. You will have Coachella-cool braids in no time.

Bob Reina Donates Record-Breaking One Million Dollars to Build Animal Health Center

The Humane Society of Tampa has a new center, thanks to the largest donation in its history going back 100 years.

On December 12, the society officially broke ground for the Talk Fusion Animal Health Center. Bob Reina, founder and CEO of Talk Fusion, donated one million dollars to the Humane Society to build the center.

According to Sherry Silk, Executive Director of the Humane Society, said they had been talking about building the center for several years. They had bought the property at 3809 N Armenia in December 2009. At that time, it held an abandoned funeral home. Urban Studios was the architect designing the new building. The Humane Society hired A D Morgan to be construction manager. Reina’s contribution made possible the construction of the animal health center. The old funeral home was torn down in November 2011.

Reina dedicated the donation to his deceased dogs, Shadow Reina and Thunder. The Humane Society planned to use the Memorial Animal Center to provide low cost spaying and neutering to pets in Tampa Bay. The plan was to give affordable, full-service veterinary care. It would also give homeless animals in shelters more extensive medical care.

Over 11 years ago, Reina wanted to send an email to a friend of his with a video embedded in it. AOL told him that was technically impossible, but he and a programming friend of his figured out how to accomplish it. Knowing that many other people would enjoy emailing embedded videos for fun and for business, in 2007 he started Talk Fusion, and structured it as a network marketing companies.

Since then, that company has gone into 85 different countries. It’s now the 8th largest video sharing platform on the Internet. Recently they introduced a 30-day free trial offer to enable people to try the service out. They also offer a unique service to their sales representative, Instant Pay. As soon as a representative signs up a customer, they are immediately paid for it. Their available services have expanded from offering just the videos embedded in email to video newsletters, video chat and live meetings.

Learn more: http://blog.talkfusion.com/founder-ceo-bob-reinas-birthday-surprise/


There has been a lot of news going around about Slyce lately. Slyce is one of the leading companies that deals in image recognition.

Now some of you might be wondering why visual search is such a big deal. Some of you might also be wondering what is so wrong with sticking with the traditional ways of looking something up.

Who better to answer these questions than the company itself. We recently sat down with a representative from Slyce. We wanted to find out for ourselves why this is such a big deal. We also wanted to find out why so many people are abandoning the old way of searching for something, in favor of using someone like Slyce.

Below you will find a small excerpt from our brief conversation with Slyce.

“We feel we are at the forefront of a new way of thinking. Traditionally, most people just use Google. They basically take what they get, even if the results are not 100% accurate. Taking what you can get has become a way of thinking for a lot of people. It’s also what is causing some of these people to just abandon their searches completely. This does not bode well for business” – http://slyce.it.

“If you build it, they will come. It might be the trademark for “Field of Dreams”, but it
works for us too. If you want people to stay connected, you have to give them a reason. Which is where image recognition comes into play.

More people these days are connected through an image. If a person can’t find the product or image they are looking for, they will walk away. This also means you lose a sale. It all works hand-in-hand. If our clients are getting the image results they want right away, it means they will come back and continue to do business”.

Do you feel that this has been one idea that has been lost with the traditional searches? Read more: Slyce – Visual Search, Image & Product Recognition

“In a way, yes. With traditional searches, a customer will just keep searching and searching. This takes up a lot of time. It also puts out a lot of frustration with people. When they finally do get what they are looking for, they still feel that frustration over the time frame of the search. This basically puts a damper on things.

It clouds the judgement and opinions over the company, opinions that sometimes may not be warranted. We take all of that guess work out of the game. We present a solution to the problem right away, instead of taking the long way around it. Customers tend to respond more positively to this”.

Want to know more about Slyce? Look them up online. You will not be sorry.

Get more details at: http://techcrunch.com/2016/04/30/why-image-recognition-is-about-to-transform-business/

May 3, 2016 | Category: Google

Solo Shah RecapSanjay Shah And His Huge Success

Capula Investment Management has managed to net its founder 92 million pounds from a bonus pool which is to be shared with 18 top Executives with the firm for the year to March 31st, 2011. This money was made by betting on the European sovereign-debt.The investment firm has shown its earnings doubling from 65 million pounds 235 million pounds for the year to March 31st, 2011. Solo Capital also enjoyed a bumper year. Sanjay Shah is the CEO of the city-based company. He has earned 19 million pounds for the year to March 31st, 2011.

Sanjay Shah, the founder of solo Capital, was born in London. His parents were immigrants and at one point thought he wanted to become a doctor. He began medical school at King’s College but then he realized that his career path would take a different direction. He went to work at KPMG Investment Bank. During a market crisis, he took a step away from Investment Banking and decided to try his hand at opening his own Investment Company. Sanjay Shah forms solo capital and has enjoyed immense success.

Sanjay Shah’s son Nikal was diagnosed with autism. He went on to create the concert series autism rocks. Autism rocks use some of the world’s most famous Talent to throw concerts to raise money for awareness and research of autism.Some of the talent that the concerts boast include; Snoop Dog, Lenny Kravitz, and Michael Buble. Autism Rocks is still going strong and enjoying great success in raising funds and awareness for autism.

Only a Matter of Time: Venezuela’s Energy Crisis

Many areas throughout South America are sweltering in the heat. The ongoing drought in Colombia has caused the Magdalena River to recede and food prices to rise. Brazil, Paraguay and Bolivia may have a reprieve from the heat but the torrential rain in their forecast may cause just as much damage to their crops. In Venezuela according to insider Adrian Jose Velasquez Figueroa the Coroni River is crackling with heat, and hitting all time lows. Venezuelans rely on the Coroni River to feed the hydroelectric plant at the Guri Dam. The Guri Dam provides about 60% of the 16,000 megawatt energy demand in Venezuela, but as the drought continues it has gone from powerhouse to power problem.

The president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, has decided that time is of the essence. In 2007, Maduro’s predecessor, Hugo Chávez, turned the clocks back thirty minutes, to give children more daylight to start their school day. Maduro has decided to revert back to their old system, 4 hours behind the GMT. Finding that energy consumption is highest in the evening hours, Maduro is hoping the time change will save energy.
Maduro’s decision has been met with praise and skepticism. Some like Adrian Jose  believe they will consume the same amount of energy no matter what the clock says. With any decision there will be supporters and detractors, but only time will tell if Meduro’s decision can reduce energy consumption. Until then, dance. Dance in the name of rain.

Jennifer Walden: Woman Secures the Number One Spot in an Industry Dominated by Men

Everything is bigger in Texas, including medicine. Some of the greatest physicians in the industry reside and practice in Texas. However, the greatest doctors are not limited to general practice or emergency medicine, but are instead even found in the cosmetic surgery field. When searching for the best cosmetic surgeons in Texas, though, a few common themes were discovered.

The Central Texas Institute of Plastic Surgery was easily discovered, but the most common keywords were Dallas, Austin, and the names of male plastic surgeons. It is no secret that certain fields are dominated by men, and major Texas cities were bound to pop-up in the search engine. While men like Denton Watumull, Rob Rohrich, and Ronald Friedman trumped the list, there was only one doctor at the top of all of the lists, however. That doctor is Jennifer Walden, MD, PLLC.

Fathered by a dentist and mothered by a surgical nurse, Jennifer Walden was destined to be a medical legend. Born in Austin, Texas, Walden lead a prosperous life that carried over to her academic career. Often being the top of her class, Walden graduated high school and went on to succeed at college where she ultimately graduated as salutatorian of her class. She then began her medical career by working at Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital.

Jennifer Walden now dominates the plastic surgery industry in Austin, Texas. “Embrace your Inner Goddess” is her motto; Her hands are her tools. The mother of twin boys has earned countless awards within her field, and has gone to heights that few women have been able to reach.

A member of the board of directors on the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Walden is one of the handful of women who have ever earned a chair. Responsible for transforming hundreds of people throughout her career, Walden has no intention of resting from the job she loves and has thrived at.

It is conclusive that men dominate the list of plastic surgeons found not only in Texas, but in the world. However, only one doctor has secured the number one spot, and that doctor is Jennifer Walden. Her success is inspirational to all women. There is no doubt that Dr. Walden will continue to make great strides within the industry and within her personal life.

Kyle Bass is The Wolf, And The Boy Who Cried Wolf

Playing two sides of a conflict is a great way to make money. The Rothschild family has done that for hundreds of years. They’ll finance both sides of a conflict so that at the end of the day, both sides owe the Rothschild banks. Now, if this financing on the back end were done in tangent to a conflict, then it wouldn’t be so terribly suspect; it would just be opportunism. But what if the Rothschild family were the reason the conflict began in the first place? Then the whole thing was just an elaborate con job. Such speculations are the things of conspiracies, but they are exactly the kind of shenanigans Kyle Bass gets up to on a regular basis, starting well before his public career.

Bass used to work as an executive for Bear-Stearns, one of the top-five investment banks on Wall Street before the 2008 financial collapse. Bass quit working for Bear-Stearns at some point, and gave operational information to a CSPAN representative who used that information to intimate Goldman-Sachs had lost confidence in Bear-Stearns on Live TV through a leading question posed to one of Bear-Stearns’ chief officers. Though at that very moment, the operational minutiae Bass had reported on was being corrected via an e-mail time-stamped 9:04 AM and sent from Goldman-Sachs to Bear-Stearns, the damage was already done. By the end of the week, Bear-Stearns had collapsed so completely that they were absorbed by J.P. Morgan Chase. But the story doesn’t end there. Bass would very soon thereafter predict a financial collapse on Wall Street no later than the end of the year. He was right, but then again–he was kind of responsible.

Mortgage-backed securities based on sub-prime loans were the invisible suit of the emperor before the child yelled: “You’ve got no clothes!” Only, in this case Bass was both the con-man tailor and the tattle-tale child.

Bass is from Argentina and works as a hedge fund manager in Texas. But Bass has incredibly close ties to Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, socialist despot of that country. He also uses a special interest group he’s developed called the Coalition for Affordable Drugs to politically pressure big-ticket pharmaceuticals into dropping prices such that their stock plummets and Bass can profit via short-sell. All these things are the trappings of a con-man manipulating the market. That Bass is involved with Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner indicates a larger mandate likely geared at socialist overhaul.  Read more about Kyle Bass’ career decisions on Useful Stooges.

The early life and rise of George Soros as a Financial Expert

Though born in Hungary, he emigrated to England and later moved to the United States and is based in New York. He has dual citizenship for the United States and Hungary. George Soros is famously known for two things, the Soros Fund Management, and the Open Society Foundations. He started the Soros Fund Management because of the experience he had in setting up and running hedge funds. The reason for founding the Open Society Foundation was because of the influence Karl Popper, a philosopher he met when he was attending his undergraduate and graduate studies at the London School of Economics.

George Soros was born and raised in Hungary till 1947 when his family moved to England. His parents, Tividar and Erzebat Schwartz, named him Gyorgy Swartz, but he later changed to George Soros when he moved to England. Growing as a child in Hungary was not one of his easiest moments in life. During that time, there was a war going on in the country. In fact, his father, who was also a lawyer by profession, was a prisoner of war in Russia. However, George Soros on politico escaped and returned home to join his family. At the age of 13, he was separated from his mother and two brothers because his father feared that they may be killed together.

When he moved to England in 1947, he joined the London School of Economics on http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/politics/2016/03/10/billionaire-smackdown-george-soros-funds-effort-to-stop-trump-mobilize-latinos/. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in philosophy in 1951. He immediately registered for a master’s degree and finished in 1954. While studying, he worked as a railway porter and waiter. While at the London School of Economics, he met Karl Popper, who became his “spiritual mentor.” It is the concepts that Karl Popper advocated that influenced the philanthropic activities of Soros such as the Open Society Foundations.

Immediately after finishing his studies he had a tough time finding a good job and settled to work as a travelling salesman, an experience he described as one of the lowest moment in his life. However, George Soros managed to get a job at Singer and Friedlander, where he started working as a clerk and then an arbitrage trader. He specialized in buying stocks in one country and selling them in another country. After a suggestion from Robert Mayer, a fellow employee and whose father owned F.M. Mayer, he applied for a job at F.M. Mayer. He got the job and moved to New York in 1956. While working for F.M. Mayer, he became a specialist in European stocks, which caught the attention of many institutional investors in the United States. This earned him a job at Wertheim & Co where he worked from 1959 to 1963 before moving to Arnhold and S Bleichroeder. He held the post of vice president at the firm and quit in 1973 because of conflict of interest with a hedge company, the Soros Fund Management, that he established in 1970. The Soros Fund Management is his greatest achievement that has enabled him to many other things such as founding the Open Society Foundations, which is a philanthropic organization.





Where did you get those shoes? Slyce and Shoe Carnival make it easier than ever to find out!

NASDAQ has reported that Slyce, Inc., a leader in visual search technology, has teamed up with Shoe Carnival to create a shoe lover’s new best friend. The pair have given mobile users a fully automated 3D visual search option, allowing customers looking for a certain shoe to snap a picture and explore Shoe Carnival’s entire inventory for the closest match. A customer will have the ability to take a photo of any shoe they see, e.g., take a picture of a shoe from a magazine, off a favorite website, or even a picture of shoes on the person standing next to them. This technology will revolutionize the customer’s shoe shopping experience. Never has it been so easy to find exactly what you’re looking for, quite literally, with a snap.

Slyce was founded in 2012 by Cameron Chell and Erika Racicot, and is now headquartered out of Toronto. The company launched their visual product recognition technology in February of 2013 for retail website and mobile app use. The technology uses images of products for detailed product identification, giving you a near perfect product match for every search run.

Slyce, which has often been referred to as “The Shazam of all things shopping,” has generated similar services for retailers in the past. SnipSnap, a paper to mobile coupon converting service and Pounce, a real-world image to purchasing options app, are among their most familiar services. In the US, Slyce is currently working with many Fortune 1000 companies, and the list is ever growing.

Coriant Gets a New CEO

Coriant used to be a part of Nokia Siemens Networks that’s owned by Marlin Equity Partners. Coriant was created in March 2013 and became an independent company on May 6, 2013. Coriant presently has approximately 3000 employees. Coriant specializes in computer transport information, including cloud storage. The computer technology company has offices in the United States and in Munich and Naperville, Germany. This digital technology company sells hardware and software to companies who need service in data, voice, and mobile networks. The key people in this industry are Shaygan Kheradpir (CEO),Robert Leggett (Chairman), and Pat DiPietro (Vice-chairman).

After almost three years, Pat Di Pietro stepped down from Coriant’s CEO and became the Vice-Chairman. Shaygan Kheradpir was appointed the new CEO on September 28th. Kheradpir works in the San Francisco Bay branch of Coriant. Born in London on December 19, 1960, his father was an ear,nose, and throat specialist. Kheradpir grew up in Iran. He came to Ithica, New York to attend Cornell University where he earned a bachelor’s, a master’s, and a PhD in electrical engineering. After getting his PhD, the new CEO had held executive positions in such high profile companies as GTE, Verizon, Barclays, and Juniper Networks. These companies boasted that Kheradpir had impressive cost effective ideas that saved the companies lots of money.

Shaygan Kheradpir’s first job was in 1987 when he was employed at GTE, a communications company that merged in 2000 with Bell Atlantic to create Verizon. Kheradpir was hired to work with network routing, control, and management. Kheradpir GTE’s core computer systems. He worked his way up to Chief Information Officer. In January 2011, Shaygan Kheradpir was employed as Barclay Bank and saved the bank almost $ 4.5 billion in costs. His greatest achievement was the development of the Pingit mobile payments software for Barclay.

At his brief time at Juniper Networks, Kheradpir created a cost cutting plan that returned $3 billion to the shareholders while cutting $160 million in costs for the company.

Shaygan Kheradpir spent the first part of 2015 working with Coriant’s parent company, Marlin Equity Partners. Kheradpir brought Marlin his 28 years of broad knowledge and experience in technology, telecom and financial service industries.

Kheradpir’s on Cornell’s Engineering Council advisory board and US National Institute of Standards and Technology. Shaygan Kheradpir holds several patents that include media and telecom. He’s a welcome speaker at various business and technology forums.