But a sort of de facto standard has emerged over the last 10 years, because of some design work that was sponsored by the Election Assistance Commission. And that sort of de facto standard has been heavily tested, heavily exercised, and so, if jurisdictions follow those guidelines, most voters are going to have a pretty good experience. It is more likely that they’re going to vote the way they intend..
“People like knowing that their frames were manufactured in the Italian Alps and finished by hand by someone who learnt the tradition from their grandfather.”There has also been rebellion in the ranks recently as consumers have discovered that many high end brands neither design nor make eyewear themselves, but license their names out to big companies such as Luxottica, an Italian based eyewear manufacturer that owns LensCrafters, Sunglass Hut and David Clulow. It also now owns and designs Ray Ban, Persol and Oakley. So those who crave designer glasses are often getting their frames made in factories that produce over a dozen brands.
Woodrow Wilson Guthrie was born in 1912 in Okemah, Okla. He recorded “This Land Is Your Land” during a marathon April 1944 session in New York for Moses Asch, who founded Folkways Records. Guthrie was on shore leave from the Merchant Marines, one of his many occupations during the Depression and war years..
These ethical problems are discussed, and our solutions, which included: participant usernames specific to the study, a closed website, private messaging facilities, a direct contact email to researchers, information about forum rules displayed on the website, a ‘report’ button for participants, links to online support, and a discussion room for forum moderators. This experience with SharpTalk suggests that an approach to ethics, which recognises the relational aspects of research with vulnerable people, is particularly useful for internet based health research. SS and CO were partly supported during the writing of this paper by the NIHR CLAHRC for the Southwest Peninsula..
Coupled with the reduced cost of digital printing and the connectivity of modern communications tools, the means and costs of academic publishing should be plummeting, while the openness and access to materials should be broader than ever. This is not the case, and one possible (if not likely) cause is the grip large academic publishers have on the entire process. Anytime so much data is concentrated with so few entities, the risk of monopoly is great.