When you answer your co-worker’s phone call from his/her business partner, you can just answer "he/ she is not his/her desk". If you use "Where I am" service, you can clarify your co-worker’s status, and you can give prompt answer. Not only one example, and also a lot of applications are available at your business environment.
Use "Where I am" :
-All team members must download "Where I am" app all team members.
-Among one person, make a group.
-Other team member can search and join that already exist group or a group manager can invite other team member.
-Set up your status.
-If you need additional information, use comment function.
* More useful function will be updated.
Besides the chef's hat, Anthony Bourdain wears many others: TV personality, best-selling author, public speaker, weary world traveler, gourmand, punk-rock aficionado, proud New Yorker and, most recently, doting father. He's even kicked his lifelong smoking habit.
That's right: Anthony Bourdain is no longer a chain smoker.
However, the fans that know him best can rest assured that the infamously grumpy, sharp-tongued host of No Reservations has become anything but pedestrian. As he continues to explore every corner of the globe on his Emmy Award winning Travel Channel series, Anthony Bourdain encounters the weird, wild and downright outrageous personalities and places that help define the international cultural landscape. Whether it's eating the raw eyeball off a bloody seal carcass on a kitchen floor, flying through the treetops of Vancouver on a zip-line, or hunting for lizards in the desert of Saudi Arabia, Bourdain refuses to yield to middle age or tar-stained lungs when adventure comes calling.
However, it's the foreign food that best captures our host's attention. In the world of a cook, an understanding and appreciation of how others eat is akin to discovering secret societies and cryptic subcultures. Cooks have special access. As always, the food is only the first glimpse of a wider view of how people live their lives in faraway lands and unfamiliar territories.
In the fog-shrouded highlands of Papua New Guinea, the last vestiges of a World War II cargo cult, or the jarring light show that is Las Vegas at night, "No Reservations" dives headfirst into life's colorful and rich pageant. Join Anthony Bourdain as he circumnavigates the globe on his conquest to discover the cities, villages and countries that provide life's truest surprises.
See behind-the-scenes photos from No Reservations and watch exclusive video of Tony's #Bourdainisms.
- See more at: http://www.travelchannel.com/tv-shows/anthony-bourdain/articles/anthony-bourdain-no-reservations#sthash.QaOfNY59.dpuf
In 1982, President Ronald Reagan asked Lee Iacocca, then Chairman of Chrysler Corporation, to head a private sector effort to raise funds for the restoration and preservation of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation (SOLEIF) was founded.
The Foundation's fundraising drive sparked a dramatic response. The American people contributed more than $600 million (and counting!) to the repair, restoration, and maintenance of these two great monuments to freedom. All funds for the Foundation's projects have come from the American people — no government funds have been used.
To view a list of the current Foundation Board of Directors, click here.
To view a pdf of the Foundation's current Annual Report, click here.
Restoring The Statue
The Foundation, working with its public partner, the National Park Service, U. S. Department of the Interior, first tackled the restoration of the Statue of Liberty. After almost a century, weather, pollution, and sightseeing had left Lady Liberty in serious need of repair, including replacement of her torch and strengthening of her crown’s rays. An army of architects, historians, engineers, and almost 1000 laborers embarked on the project — which also involved the installation of new elevators and an informative exhibit in the Statue's base.
July 4th weekend, 1986, saw a gala three-day event celebrating the restoration. Fireworks filled the night skies; tall ships flocked the Harbor. "Liberty Weekend," attended by President Reagan and President Francois Mitterand of France, was broadcast to 1.5 billion people in 51 countries. The Foundation, the National Park Service, and the American people had launched the most successful public-private partnership in the history of the United States.
Restoring Ellis Island
The Foundation then turned its attention to the restoration of Ellis Island — the largest historical restoration in the history of the United States. Ellis Island, our most potent symbol of the American immigrant experience, had become sadly deteriorated. Again the American people responded with passion and generosity.
When the Island opened in September of 1990 — two years ahead of schedule — it unveiled the world-class Ellis Island Immigration Museum, where some rooms appeared as they had during the height of immigrant processing. Other areas housed theaters, libraries, an oral history recording studio, and exhibits on the immigration experience. In the 1990s, the Foundation restored two more buildings (for a total of 5 buildings saved and restored on Ellis Island), expanding and upgrading the Museum Library and Oral History Studio, and creating a Children’s Orientation Center and the Ellis Island Living Theatre. The Ellis Island Immigration Museum has welcomed nearly 40 million visitors since its opening in 1990.
Working to promote knowledge of the Island, the Statue, and immigration history, the Foundation has also published and made available to libraries and schools many books and curriculum guides, as well as a CD-ROM produced in collaboration with the History Channel.
The Foundation’s current project is a significant expansion of the Ellis Island Immigration Museum to be called The Peopling of America® Center. The Center will enlarge the story currently told of the Ellis Island Era (1892-1954) to include the entire panorama of the American immigration experience from this country’s earliest days right up to the present. It is expected to be completed in 2012.
The American Immigrant Wall of Honor
One of the most inspiring Foundation projects is The American Immigrant Wall of Honor®. Located on the restored Ellis Island, the Wall proudly bears the names of over 700,000 immigrants and families whose descendants memorialized them by having their names inscribed there. Registrations are now being accepted for a new phase of the Wall. More about the Wall of Honor.
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