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May 19, 2013

http://www.djc.com/news/co/12052527.html

 

General contractor: Johnson Controls Energy Solutions Group

Engineer: Air Systems Engineering

Owner: Metro Parks Tacoma

ABC member: Merit Mechanical

 

The Centre at Norpoint in Tacoma is a 45,000-square-foot community center housing a large swimming pool, gymnasiums, racquetball courts, day-care facilities, fitness centers, locker rooms, offices and meeting rooms.

For some time, Metro Parks Tacoma had been calling in Air Systems Engineering regularly to care for the center’s aging mechanical systems. But in July 2011, Air Systems was invited to partner with Johnson Controls Energy Solutions Group to build a new and upgraded energy-efficient mechanical plant — essentially the equivalent of a heart transplant — for the center.

The design called for installation of two highly energy-efficient boilers, 15 air-handler coils, and five pumps and heat exchangers for the pools, domestic hot water and space heating.

The three-week shutdown to upgrade the mechanical plant was a coordination challenge. There was a lot of work to do and much of it needed to be done in a small boiler room in the extreme heat of the summer.

Air Systems realized early on that the pool’s existing air-to-air dehumidification unit could be modified by adding a new air-to-water heat pump that could preheat make-up water for the pool. This constant energy source would be much more valuable as a heat source for the main system water loop, creating a more favorable operating cost-benefit ratio, so it was added at no additional cost to the client.

One of the challenges in this project was the diligent coordination of people and time, as there would need to be scheduled interruptions for no-heat shutdowns and safe work practices around the public, including the need for warm pools and hot showers when local schools used them in early September. To accommodate these needs, Air Systems performed the demolition, poured the concrete pads and set the major equipment, then concurrently performed the change-out of 17 air-handler coils, plus all of the electrical wiring and motors.

The boilers were designed with a dual-fuel feature, able to operate on either propane or natural gas. Two 1,000-gallon propane and natural gas tanks were originally supposed to be installed in a fenced area behind the facility, but Metro Parks was wary that such an enclosure might be an eyesore as well as a liability to the adjacent outdoor water park. So the decision was made to bury the tanks.

Once the old boilers were gone, the team realized that if it expedited the permitting and installation of the new tanks, it would be able to stay on schedule. Once installed, the boilers were fired up on a Friday afternoon and the 60,000-gallon pool was 85 degrees by Sunday.

The design-build process for this project allowed Air Systems to adapt and consult quickly with the engineers during job site challenges.

With all of the safety measures in place and executed, plus additional oversight by the job superintendent, there were no incidents or injuries during the 1,355 hours worked on the project.

 

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Posted: May 19, 2013 11:25pm
Feb 1, 2013

 

http://lyndianne23.newsvine.com/_news/2013/01/31/16797077-internet-technology-by-abney-and-associates

 

Leet speak has its origins from the IRC chat culture and was believed to be born from the need of geeks and hackers to develop a way to avoid censorship and detection in their communications online. The language is characterized by intended grammatical errors, mix usage of numbers, signs and letters (a combination of lower and uppercase letters). Comparable to an industry jargon, leet speak often signifies group affiliations and makes it easy to spot a n00b (newbie) in a room full of pros.

 

Source: http://abneyassociates.org/1337-5p34/origins/

 

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Posted: Feb 1, 2013 12:21am
Jan 19, 2013

https://getsatisfaction.com/springhillgroup-shg/topics/springhill_group_forensic_loan_audits_are_new_mortgage_loan_modification_scams

 

 

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New scam involving phony “forensic audits” of mortgage loans is the latest variation on loan modification scams. An article in the Sacramento Bee this week, reported that California Attorney General Jerry Brown warned California’s distressed homeowner’s to refrain from forensic review of their mortgage loan and lender’s practices. Jerry Brown issued a press release stating that these loan audits are nothing more than loan modification scams that are taking advantage of people’s desperation in the midst of the nation’s persisting economic troubles. He joined with the California Department of Real Estate and the State Bar of California to warn homeowners who face the danger of foreclosure, to avoid such scams because they offer no help towards saving their home from foreclosure. 

 

The Latest among Many Loan Modification Scams 

 

Last year, the California Department of Real Estate investigated more than 2,000 cases of loan modification scam and from that number, 350 scam operations were ordered to terminate their illegal activity according to the attorney general’s office. 

 

According to the article, the spokesman for the attorney general, Evan Westrup, explained that “It’s the latest phony foreclosure-relief ’service’ by an industry that continues to be long on promises and short on results...another way to get homeowners in distress to pay for services that ultimately aren’t helping or providing the relief they need.” 

 

The “Forensic Audit’ Loan Modification Scam 

 

This particular scam entices homeowners through newspaper advertisements, as well as radio and television spots. The hook is to get homeowners to believe that they can find errors, improper documentation, or outright illegal activity in the way the mortgage was originated or within the loan itself. Supposedly, with such information, the homeowner will have sufficient leverage to fight the lender in the home loan-modification process with the hope of receiving assistance in keeping their home. The provider of such a noble service simply charges an upfront fee. Tragically, the audits provide no benefit, as they have nothing to do with helping those facing foreclosure proceedings. 

 

Even Legitimate Forensic Loan Audits Provide Little Help 

 

On the attorney general’s Web site, Jerry Brown stated: “Forensic loan audits are...hawked by loan-modification consultants trying to cash in on the desperation of homeowners facing foreclosure...there is no evidence or statistical data to support claims that forensic loan-audits — even if performed by a licensed, legitimate and trained auditor, mortgage professional or lawyer — will help homeowners obtain loan modifications or provide any other foreclosure relief.” 

 

Brown’s warning comes now, even though in October of 2009, California outlawed the practice of prepaying for mortgage loan modification. In reality, it doesn’t appear to have stopped the more creative criminal minds. New scam involving phony “forensic audits” of mortgage loans is the latest variation on loan modification scams. An article in the Sacramento Bee this week, reported that California Attorney General Jerry Brown warned California’s distressed homeowner’s to refrain from forensic review of their mortgage loan and lender’s practices. Jerry Brown issued a press release stating that these loan audits are nothing more than loan modification scams that are taking advantage of people’s desperation in the midst of the nation’s persisting economic troubles. He joined with the California Department of Real Estate and the State Bar of California to warn homeowners who face the danger of foreclosure, to avoid such scams because they offer no help towards saving their home from foreclosure. 

 

The Latest among Many Loan Modification Scams 

 

Last year, the California Department of Real Estate investigated more than 2,000 cases of loan modification scam and from that number, 350 scam operations were ordered to terminate their illegal activity according to the attorney general’s office. 

 

According to the article, the spokesman for the attorney general, Evan Westrup, explained that “It’s the latest phony foreclosure-relief ’service’ by an industry that continues to be long on promises and short on results...another way to get homeowners in distress to pay for services that ultimately aren’t helping or providing the relief they need.” 

 

The “Forensic Audit’ Loan Modification Scam 

 

This particular scam entices homeowners through newspaper advertisements, as well as radio and television spots. The hook is to get homeowners to believe that they can find errors, improper documentation, or outright illegal activity in the way the mortgage was originated or within the loan itself. Supposedly, with such information, the homeowner will have sufficient leverage to fight the lender in the home loan-modification process with the hope of receiving assistance in keeping their home. The provider of such a noble service simply charges an upfront fee. Tragically, the audits provide no benefit, as they have nothing to do with helping those facing foreclosure proceedings. 

 

Even Legitimate Forensic Loan Audits Provide Little Help 

 

On the attorney general’s Web site, Jerry Brown stated: “Forensic loan audits are...hawked by loan-modification consultants trying to cash in on the desperation of homeowners facing foreclosure...there is no evidence or statistical data to support claims that forensic loan-audits — even if performed by a licensed, legitimate and trained auditor, mortgage professional or lawyer — will help homeowners obtain loan modifications or provide any other foreclosure relief.” 

 

Brown’s warning comes now, even though in October of 2009, California outlawed the practice of prepaying for mortgage loan modification. In reality, it doesn’t appear to have stopped the more creative criminal minds. 

 

 

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Posted: Jan 19, 2013 11:08pm
Dec 20, 2012

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xw3zji_black-hawk-mines-news-bulletin-commodities-and-gold-fraud-prevention_news

 

black hawk mines news bulletin

Investments in commodities and precious metals can be made indirectly through stocks, mutual funds, ETFs, or derivatives or people can directly buy or sell the commodity or precious metal itself. Commodities may include crude oil, coal, sugar, coffee beans, wheat and other goods.   Precious metals are gold, silver or platinum.  Interest in precious metals has increased in recent years as the price of gold and silver has reached all-time highs. These commodities and gold are bought by investors primarily to hedge against inflation, economic uncertainty, and foreign exchange risk, in the belief that these metals, particularly gold, are repositories of absolute value, whereas paper currencies and securities dominated in such currencies have relative value and are vulnerable to loss.  The high value of gold and commodities lead to easy money for scammers.  It attracts more vigorously of fraudulent activity.  There are many types of common tricks that are actually uncommon to ordinary people.

 

•          Cash for gold – With the rise in the value of gold due to the financial crisis, there has been a surge in companies that will buy personal gold in exchange for cash, or sell investments in gold bullion and coins. Several of these have prolific marketing plans and high value spokesmen, such as prior vice presidents.  Many of these companies are under investigation for a variety of securities fraud claims, as well as laundering money for terrorist organizations.  Also given that ownership is often not verified, many companies are considered to be receiving stolen property, and multiple laws are under consideration on methods to curtail this.

 

•          High-yield investment programs – HYIPs are usually just pyramid schemes dressed up with no real value underneath.  Using gold in their prospectus makes them seem more solid and trustworthy.

 

•          Advance fee fraud – Various emails circulate on the Internet for buyers or sellers of up to 10,000 metric tons of gold.  This is more gold than the US Federal Reserve owns. Often naive middlemen are drafted in as hopeful brokers, and usually mention mythical terms like ‘Swiss Procedure’ or ‘FCO’ (Full Corporate Offer).  The end-game of these scams is unknown, but they probably just attempt to extract a small ‘validation’ sum out of the innocent buyer/seller from their hope of getting the big deal.

 

•          Gold dust sellers – This scam persuades an investor there is real gold with a trial quantity, then eventually delivers brass filings or similar.

 

•          Counterfeit gold coins.

 

•          Shares in fraudulent mining companies with no gold reserves, or potential of finding gold.

 

•          Gold Party Scam– Gold parties are typically held in people’s homes, at places of worship, and at schools. The hook used to lure you in is the promise of cash for your unwanted gold jewelry, coins, and other items. The buyer tests your gold and pays you cash on the spot (based on the gold’s purity and weight). Sounds like a good deal, right? WRONG!

 

New report shows an increase in investment fraud scheme.  If someone asks you to engage in big investments and big payment up-front and you are unsure of their identity, be very cautious.  Be extra careful to those people promising you a 20-25% result.  More often than not most promising deals are created just to attract potential victims.

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http://promotion.blackhawk-mining.com/2012/11/15/commodities-and-gold-fraud-prevention/

 

http://www.wellsphere.com/healthcare-industry-policy-article/commodities-and-gold-fraud-prevention/1817058

 

http://onutlonzo.wordpress.com/2012/12/21/commodities-and-gold-fraud-prevention/

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Posted: Dec 20, 2012 9:49pm
Nov 21, 2012

http://storify.com/aliyahbergh07/hollande-s-popularity-hits-new-low-as-economic-str#publicize

PARIS, Nov. 18 (Xinhua) — French President Francois Hollande’s approval ratings continued to fall for a sixth consecutive month, adding more pressure on the Socialist leader to bring wealth and jobs for Europe’s struggling key powerhouse, a survey showed on Sunday.
An Ifop poll for the weekly Le Journal de Dimanche showed Hollande’s popularity fell by one point from a month earlier to 41 percent in November.
At his first major press meeting earlier this week, Hollande asked the French people to judge him on his long-term bid to address the country’s economic and financial problems.
“The only question that matters is not the state of public opinion today, it is the state of France in five years. My mission is simple: growth, recovery and fight against the unemployment, and it is on these results, these results alone, I ask to be judged by the French,” the president said.
The first Socialist president elected in 17 years with nearly 52 percent of support, Hollande has pledged to revive economy, reach balanced public finances and provide jobs to millions of jobseekers.
The president’s unpopularity, which are hovering around 40 percent, are mainly the result of France’s growing unemployment and the tax hikes introduced by the government to help lower its public deficit.
The French government is forced to collect additional 7 billion euros (8.92 billion U.S. dollars) to reach its defict target of 4.5 percent of GDP this year, and another 33 billion euros to trim the budget gap to 3 percent in 2013.

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Posted: Nov 21, 2012 4:53pm
Nov 12, 2012

http://open.salon.com/blog/onutlonzo/2012/11/11/european_financial_centres_will_survive_the_crisis_quora

European-financial-centres-will-survive-the-crisis%E2%80%99# The Summit on the Global Agenda is the world’s largest brainstorming meeting attened by thought leaders of the World Economic Forum’s Network of Global Agenda Councils. The Councils, comprised of experts from academia, business, civil society and government, address over 80 pressing issues facing the world today. The Summit on the Global Agenda 2012 is held in Dubai from November 12 to 14 in Dubai. Ahead of the summit, Avinash Persaud, Chairman of Intelligence Capital Limited and Fellow, London Business School, spoke to Gulf News on the wide-ranging impact of the financial crisis in Europe. Avinash Persaud: The health of financial centres can be detached from their economic residency. It is nearly 150 years since the British economy was the largest in the world, fed by an expansive Empire. Yet today, London is still the largest international financial centre and ranked as the number one centre in most surveys of international business. New York will survive as an international financial centre long after the relative decline of the US economy. The major financial centres of Europe will survive relative economic decline in Europe. Indeed, the major financial centres of continental Europe tend to be in countries with relatively small economies, such as Switzerland, Luxembourg, Ireland and the Channel Islands of Jersey and Guernsey. This underscores that what makes an international financial centre is not so much a strong underlying economy, but good access to markets and infrastructure, an abundance of qualified, experienced people, inexpensive and trustworthy legal systems and effective and appropriate regulation. The success of the financial centres in the Gulf – like Dubai, Bahrain, Abu Dhabi and Qatar – will depend more on these factors than, say, the price of oil. Therefore, there is still reason for financial centres in the Middle East to add to their strength by developing closer links with European centres, such as joint arbitration centres, and common rules for asset management products that could then be sold in both European and Middle-East centres. Finally, just as a financial centre may be detached from the underlying economy, relative economic decline in Europe does not mean that there are not highly successful companies and extremely wealthy individuals resident there today and in the future. I would not write off Europe as a market, as a source of leading products and people just yet. Do Europe’s political leaders have what it takes to put the right governance structures in place for financial sustainability? The arrival in 1999 of a new, single currency for the world’s major economic blocs was a historic achievement. A dozen years later, we are discovering that it is still a work in progress. Developing the governance and institutional structures around the euro are is easy in democracies at the best of times, and especially in economic recession when the electorate becomes more inward looking. By and large, European politicians know what needs to be done, but they will say that they do not have the political mandate from their electorate to get it done. This is why, rather strangely from a political point of view, the initiatives are being led by the politically independent, such as the European Central Bank (EC. The move by the ECB to effectively be a lender of last resort to European banks and governments – the kind of role central banks ordinarily play in sovereign countries – has made me more optimistic that there is, finally, an end of the road of the credit crisis in Europe. It is important to remember that continental Europe’s fiscal position remains far superior to that in the United Kingdom or the United States. Spain’s budget deficit will be close to 5 per cent, half of the US deficit. The severity of the crisis in Europe – with the exception of Greece – had more to do with regional monetary arrangements that are beginning to be sorted out. What is the most important thing Europe needs to do rejuvenate its banking sector? When the economic boom is done and the party is over, banks are filled with remorse and are reluctant lenders the world over. If you add to that general observation that a large part of their lending to their “own” government had deteriorated in credit quality, you can see why European banks are highly risk averse. Banks will resume lending once confidence in the credit quality of euro-denominated government bonds returns. The effective underwriting of European government debt by the ECB – a backstop – and the European Union’s capital injections into the banks will bring back this confidence. I do not think there is anything that needs to be done at the institutional level to rejuvenate European banking. Once the backstops are in place, time will heal. That said, European politicians are marching ahead with the idea of a European banking union where there is one regulator and one common bank rescue plan and reserve. I think this is a dangerous distraction. One of the key lessons of the crisis is not that there was insufficient commonality in banking, but insufficient diversity. When Ireland and Spain were experiencing housing booms ten years ago, we would have wanted their regulators to have applied stricter capital adequacy requirements than those in France and Germany, where there was not a boom in lending to the housing industry. I fear a banking union will make such diversity more difficult in the future and so we could end up with greater concentrations of decision-making and lending rather than introducing the greater diversity that is at the heart of all risk management.

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Posted: Nov 12, 2012 5:11pm
Nov 9, 2012

http://marktylergroup.wordpress.com/2012/10/31/the-tyler-group-oracle-12-c-de-nieuwe-pluggable-database-multitenancy/

Pluggable databases nieuwe voordelen zal bieden op efficiëntie, Oracle leidinggevenden aangevoerd op OpenWorld de Tyler groep Barcelona.

Op de OpenWorld deze week, CEO van Oracle Larry Ellison onthulde de volgende versie van het bedrijf vlaggenschip database, Oracle 12 c, functies een radicale nieuws architectuur aangeroepen pluggable databases. Pluggable databases kunnen meerdere databases uit te voeren onder één exemplaar of versie, van de Oracle databasesoftware, een functie die hij noemde “multitenancy.” In tegenstelling tot open source MySQL databases, werk waarop wordt grotendeels uitgevoerd in openbare weergave, Oracle’s werk van zijn vlaggenschip database verloopt grotendeels achter gesloten deuren.

Dus, heeft het bedrijf niet onthullen veel details over hoe pluggable databases zou werken en de software is niet te wijten te zijn vrijgegeven voor een ander jaar.

In een notendop, het nieuwe ontwerp van vandaag database splitst in twee afzonderlijke entiteiten, een daad Llewellyn genoemd “architecturale scheiding.” Één portie zal vaak aangeduid als de Root of de container database, houden alle functionaliteit en metagegevens vereist voor het uitvoeren van de database zelf. Het tweede deel zullen de gebruikersdatabase en zal zij onafhankelijk van de database van de container.Zoals de naam al impliceert, kunt pluggable databases meerdere huurder databases uit te voeren onder één kopie van Oracle 12 c. In feite, kan Oracle 12 c lopen maximaal 250 gebruikersdatabases, toe te voegen dat 250 is een willekeurig getal dat Oracle koos en de architectuur kan waarschijnlijk meer steunen. De nieuwe database is compatibel met oudere Oracle-databases, de blog van Tyler groep Barcelona.

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Posted: Nov 9, 2012 5:02pm
Oct 19, 2012

http://aliyahbergh07.thoughts.com/posts/is-gratis-openbare-wi-fi-veilig-skyrock-com

Als u op afstand werkt of veel voor uw werk reizen, profiteren u waarschijnlijk van gratis openbare Wi-Fi vaak.
Helaas, dat betekent waarschijnlijk dat u regelmatig opent op uw apparaten en uw gegevens aan ernstige bedreigingen. En als je een zware gebruiker van wolk diensten, die vaak uw gegevens op een externe server in plaats van uw computer slaat, Wi-Fi veiligheid is nog belangrijker.
De meeste mensen deze dagen hebben wachtwoord-beschermde netwerken thuis, dus het is onwaarschijnlijk dat iemand zich kan snoop op uw gegevens terwijl het passeert tussen uw apparaat en uw router. Maar wanneer je surfen op het Web via een gratis openbaar WiFi-netwerk in een café, een bibliotheek of een luchthaven, je moet worden verdacht van iedereen, de groep Tyler zegt. “Het is onbelangrijk gemakkelijk voor een van hen te kijken naar uw niet-gecodeerde informatie door vliegen.”
Hier is wat u moet weten om de volgende keer dat u op een gratis openbare Wi-Fi verbinding surft veilig blijven.
Gratis openbare Wi-Fi Tip No. 1: Uw firewall inschakelen.
Het cafe firewall-software kan gebruiken om uw computer te beschermen tegen externe aanvallen, maar dat u niet beschermen tegen andere mensen surfen rond de dezelfde Wi-Fi-netwerk in het cafe. Zorg ervoor dat de dat firewall van de computer is ingeschakeld.
Gratis openbare Wi-Fi Tip No. 2: Bescherm uw smartphone of Tablet PC.
Als uw smartphone of Tablet PC verbinding met netwerken Wi-Fi, vereist het uw toestemming voordat hij bij elk netwerk te vragen. Een heleboel mensen nooit veranderen het standaardnetwerk naam, dus als u aangemeld bij uw vriend “linksys” netwerk, uw apparaat zich dat herinneren zal en kan automatisch bij een netwerk met dezelfde naam in de toekomst–tenzij u het vertellen aan eerst uw toestemming vragen.
Gratis openbare Wi-Fi Tip nr. 3: Sterke codering gebruiken.
Codering werkt door te vermommen gegevens die de computer draadloos naar een router verzendt. Zonder dat, kon die persoon achter het café in de buurt van u speciale software gebruiken te onderscheppen en te zien van alle gegevens die heen en weer tussen uw apparaat en de router reist. En dat betekent alles: e-mail, wachtwoorden en dingen die u zoekt. Dat is waarom het is absoluut noodzakelijk, zegt Notenboom naar een blogbericht in de groep Tyler gebruiken gecodeerde sites als mogelijk.
Hoe weet u dat wanneer een site biedt codering? In plaats van ‘http’ aan het begin van het adres ziet u ‘https’. U ziet ook een beetje hangslotpictogram in uw browservenster, meestal op de bodem juiste.

Wat moet u overwegen te coderen?
Uw e-mailadres.
Als u een lokaal geïnstalleerde e-mailprogramma zoals Outlook of Entourage gebruikt, kunt u uw e-mail en wachtwoorden beveiligen met behulp van iets genaamd SSL (secure sockets layer) op elk van uw accounts. Dit Encrypt al uw gegevens wanneer u verzenden en ontvangen van e-mail. Niet alle e-mailproviders toestaan van het gebruik van SSL, hoewel, dus controleer uw provider help-pagina.
Uw Facebook en Twitter pagina ‘s
Facebook en Twitter onlangs begonnen met het aanbieden van codering; Ga in de instellingen van uw account en vind de optie die zegt “Altijd gebruik https.”
Uw Google-zoekopdracht
Als u denkt dat de sleutelwoorden die u zoekt kunnen pijnlijk of u liever uw privacy houden, probeer de beveiligde versie van de Google search. In plaats van toGoogle.com, door al uw zoeken op Encrypted.Google.com te doen.
Alles
Overweeg een VPN-dienst. VPN staat voor virtueel particulier netwerk en versleutelt alles u verzenden en ontvangen. U kunt vrije mobiele VPN-software downloaden van dergelijke site als Hotspot Shield en alles–chatberichten, wachtwoorden, e-mails en websites–zal vrijwel ondoordringbaar aan de nieuwsgierige ogen wanneer u van een gratis openbare Wi-Fi verbinding gebruikmaakt. Of als uw werkgever biedt eigen VPN, verbonden altijd met het via uw computer of mobiele apparaat.
Volg deze Veiligheidstips The Tyler groep Wi-Fi, en je zal niet ooit moet ooit afgevraagd.

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