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January 30, 2010

Technology News out of Boulder

Filed under: Uncategorized — sketchcorner @ 8:31 pm

I just returned from the auto repair shop for my shocks, after almost getting into a DUI or DWI on my way back from Dallas…..but now back to writing: In energy technology news out of Boulder, in a continution of our previous article, LoPorto also said that the advantage of the technology is that the tracking is done over the existing grid system, substantially reducing the cost of implementation. LoPorto declined to disclose how many employees the company has, but said he expects to hire 30 people in the soon. He said most of them will be engineers, specifically those having expertise in embedded systems and digital signal processing, high voltage and transactional databases. As an aside if you need a tip top lawyers marketing Services I then can certainly suggest this quality resource. Web Shark 360 is also very good.


They are one of the top such DUI and DWI and have been doing the criminal defense lawyers thing in Dallas for quite some time in Dallas as well.. meanwhile back to the main story at hand: LoPorto has said that when he launched his company nearly three years ago he chose Boulder County for the access to workers with such expertise.


Tony Kindelspire writes. Power Tagging’s technology also has the Vehicle Identification Nodules it has developed for electric vehicles. The VIN is similar to the Subscriber Identity Modules — or SIM cards — in cell phones. Electric vehicles equipped with Power Tagging’s VIN cards will be able to charge their cars on any source of electricity, with the nodules ensuring that it’s only that user who is charged. The idea works much the same way as cell towers, LoPorto said. No matter which company’s tower a cell phone user is using, it’s only their bill that gets charged. “At the end of the day, all those carriers reconcile among themselves,” LoPorto said.


LoPorto said that the clearinghouse for sorting out all of the VIN data will be in Colorado. He said that’s expected to lead to hundreds of jobs in the coming years

January 27, 2010

What is Fractional Laser Skin Treatment Technology?

Filed under: General News — sketchcorner @ 2:11 am

I just got back from Kansas City to see the attorney over a routine insurance matter. Time to post so here goes:Scars and other skin imperfections can now be replaced by normal healthy skin in a small series of treatments. Stretch marks and scar tissue can often be greatly improved and frequently up to 100% replaced with fresh new skin! This has been a popular procedure along with breast implants and augmentation, etc. There has been so much medical malpractice though lately which is why their insurance is so very high indeed. Speaking of that, if you are in need of a Kansas City medical malpractice attorney then I do suggest this leading firm and they also do car accident plus personal injury involving rotator cuff tear in addition to the medical malpractice related stuff, a very good attorney in general..Fractional Laser Skin Treatment is a thrilling new cosmetic treatment that effectively corrects many cosmetic skin conditions. Fractional laser skin treatments provides excellent results for skin resurfacing and correcting skin problems such as scars, shallow lesions, birthmarks, moles, skin tags, warts, and keratoses.The laser uses microbeams to actually create tiny, deep columns in the skin. The skin reacts by filling in these columns with healthy new skin. The columns can be “non-ablative” wherein the laser coagulates the tissue, or ablative, where the laser vaporizes the tissue. many times there are scars from various tear or perhaps breast implants procedures and this can help with that as well.Non-ablative treatments create improvement for many skin conditions with negligible “downtime.” Usually more than one treatment is required, however.Ablative treatments may offer a single-treatment answer for more marked skin problems. Some downtime is normally required.These treatments are different from traditional full-surface ablative laser skin treatments where a beam of intense laser energy is passed over the entire skin surface to vaporize the entire top layer of skin. You do not need this for rotator cuff tear unless it is that rare case where the rotator cuff tear also caused skin breakage, for example. The damage to the tissue is significant and takes time to heal and regenerate new skin.The fractional pattern leaves areas of skin undisturbed. As these treated areas are much slighter than the surrounding healthy tissue, the healing time is greatly lessened,Fractional ablative treatments provide results as good as traditional ablative treatments, with far less downtime and risks. This has been real popular in Kansas City as of late.

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