Incite Creative helps PaintPrints Make its Mark

The Hadassah Medical Center pioneers stem cell research to improve and potentially cure the lives of people suffering from debilitating diseases and conditions.

Baltimore, MD, February 01, 2012 – Incite Creative is proud to announce its involvement with local artist, Stephanie Levine, in helping to shape her brand and create exposure for her collection of original works titled, PaintPrints by Staphanie in conjunction with her recent honoring at the Hadassah Medical Center’s 6th annual CELL-A-BRATE event on January 28th in Baltimore, MD.

The Hadassah Medical Center pioneers stem cell research to improve and potentially cure the lives of people suffering from debilitating diseases and conditions. Hadassah chose to honor Stephanie because of her achievements as an artist and as an inspirational person with a disability. Although Ms. Levine has been wheelchair bound due to Cerebral Palsy her entire life, she has been living an active life as a volunteer and more recently as an artist.

The “PaintPrints” brand combines Stephanie’s passion for painting and acknowledges the tools of her trade — the palm of her hand and her own fingerprint. The logo Incite created leverages her thumbprint as a repeating pattern to create a flower-like shape – an element of nature that is oftentimes included in her paintings.

“My team and I were honored to play a role in creating a unique brand for such a unique woman,” says Incite Creative President, Dina Wasmer. “Stephanie has the potential to inspire so many people with her story and her paintings but needed some help to reach those who might otherwise not get the opportunity. We were happy to donate our time and services to promote PaintPrints and above all else, know that we were able to put a proud smile on Stephanie’s face.”

Incite Creative provided name development, logo design, business card design, and custom Facebook fan page design for the organization, in addition to art direction of on-site photography at the artist’s home, copywriting and public relations and social media services. For more information about Stephanie Levine and her art work, you can follow her on Facebook at:

About Incite Creative:
Entering its twelfth year in business, Incite Creative is a marketing and graphic design firm that specializes in strategic positioning, brand development and creative implementation services for Mid-Atlantic, small-to-mid-sized companies and organizations that have national and international reach. For more information, log onto or contact Dina Wasmer at 410-366-9479 ext. 2# or

Dina Wasmer
Incite Creative, Inc
1501 St. Paul Street, Suite 113
Baltimore, MD 21202
410-366-9479 Poll Reveals Flowers as Leading Valentine’s Day Gift

Leading money-saving website – the website which helps people enjoy bargain deals at over 800 famous name stores – has announced the results of its latest user poll. The site’s survey has shown that flowers are still the top Valentine’s Day gift.

The website’s poll revealed that 40% of people believe flowers are still the most romantic Valentine’s Day gift. Next in line in the site’s poll was jewellery with 34% – yet 9% of Brits don’t consider a Valentine’s Day present necessary at all.

The top ten Valentine’s Day presents listed in the voucher codes website’s survey: 1. Flowers. 2. Jewellery. 3. Nothing. 4. Chocolates. 5. Champagne. 6. Lingerie. 7. Teddy bear. 8. Simple card. 9. Perfume. 10. CD.

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GoingOn & Emory Announce Free Webinar on the Emerging Role of Social Academic Networks in Higher Education

Webinar Will Discuss How Emory University is Utilizing Social Technologies to Enrich Communications and Build a More Engaged Campus

San Francisco, CA, January 31, 2012 – GoingOn Networks, in conjunction with Emory University, today announced that it is a hosting a free webinar for higher education professionals interested in understanding the role of social academic networks in helping modernize communications and to increase engagement across faculty, students and staff. The webinar, “Building an Engaged Campus,” will be held on February 9 at 11am PT (2pm EST) and led by Alan Cattier, Director of Academic Technology Services at Emory University. Cattier will offer best practices from 15 years of using social technologies in education at Emory University and share his vision for building a vibrant, more engaged campus.

“Modern social technologies are dramatically changing the way we communicate, connect and share information,” said Cattier. “Colleges and universities have a unique opportunity to harness these technologies to improve student engagement and facilitate more meaningful communications across campus. As we’ve seen at Emory, an academic network can be an incredibly vibrant and vital component to today’s academic ecosystem.”

Long before the emergence of Facebook, Emory University pioneered LearnLink, an institution-wide online network for streamlining communication and engaging students, faculty and staff around both academic and co-curricular activities. Nearly 15 years and millions of posts later, LearnLink has become an integral part of the “Emory Experience,” and has helped to set the bar for online engagement in higher education. ?

“Emory University is again at the forefront of using these social technologies to re-shape how students and faculty engage in academic life,” said Jon Corshen, CEO of GoingOn Networks. “As Emory demonstrates, institution-wide academic networks are helping to transform static SIS, LMS and Portal systems into dynamic ‘virtual commons’ where students, faculty and staff can more effectively discover, share and connect with their school’s most relevant information and resources, including each other.”

In this 60-minute webinar, participates will:

* Learn how social technologies are being utilized to help streamline communications and foster student engagement?

* Discuss the emerging role of Private Academic Social Networks, and how they differ from Facebook & Twitter

* Discover how to transform static portals into “intelligent activity streams” that ensure that you get the right information to the right people in the right way

* Explore new tools for fostering connections & collaboration between colleagues, cohorts and classmates?

* Learn how students, faculty and staff can benefit from a connected campus

Professionals from the office of the CIO, academic technologies, student affairs, academic affairs and continuing education interested in attending can register for the webinar at

For more information about GoingOn Networks or its Academic Engagement Network, visit

About GoingOn Networks, Inc.
GoingOn is an innovative academic social networking platform that enables students, faculty and administrators to more effectively connect, collaborate and learn. GoingOn offers the first fully integrated platform for higher education that enables institutions to build an internal academic network where students and faculty can more easily share resources, create online communities and curate their academic connections, while keeping them separate from their personal social networks. The GoingOn platform combines a powerful community-building environment with integrated academic networking features and a modern stream-based architecture that allows any type of information, activity or event to be easily published to communities, user groups or to a user’s personalized Virtual Commons. Delivered as an on-demand solution leveraging open source foundations and incorporating leading-edge social web technologies, the GoingOn platform can easily be integrated into existing LMS and SISs and deployed as a single community or an institution-wide network.  For more information, please visit

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Parcel2Go backs findings of global parcel delivery survey

The UK’s largest online parcel delivery specialist has said it is unsurprised by the results of a recent study highlighting the growing importance of online delivery services.

A worldwide survey of 93 members of the Universal Postal Union showed that 70 per cent believe postal e-services are strategically important for the future. The research identified 55 different types of digital services which are now available, including track and trace and online bill payments.

According to Bolton-based Parcel2Go, which has been involved in helping businesses and individuals to organise international parcel services for over 20 years and is involved with the delivery of more than two millions parcels a year, demand for online services will continue to grow at a rapid rate.

Richard Mercer, marketing director at Parcel2Go, said the simplicity of arranging shipping services through the internet is one of the main appeals.

He said: “The results of the Universal Postal Union survey make interesting reading, but we’re not surprised to find that an increasing number of organisations are recognising the potential of online services.

“At Parcel2Go we have been focussed on bringing the latest online services to our customers for many years. Feedback tells us that online tools such as parcel tracking are highly valued by individuals, while for many business customers they have become invaluable.”

Richard added that as mobile devices such as tablet computers come to play an increasing part in people’s daily lives, demand for online courier services is only going to increase.

The survey put Switzerland at the top of the list in terms of overall e-services development, while the US, Canada and Germany all featured in the top ten. The Universal Postal Union said it was the first time it had surveyed its members on e-services, but added that this type of study will now be conducted on a regular basis.

### Helps UK Shoppers Afford More with New Online Deals

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The site is right now offering shoppers the chance to save on top brand items for the home through new Argos voucher codes. Consumers can log on this week and get their hands on deals like save £120 on Dyson vacuum cleaners and save £100 on the HP Pavilion G6 laptop from

Also on show in the latest deals and to help people save money are new Amazon vouchers – perfect for getting the latest tech kit or new books right now. Deals on show this week include a new Kindle just £89 and up to 70% off January deals.

Clothing and other items from one of the country’s most popular online retailers can be had on a budget right now as well using the new deals sourced by eBay is one of the most trusted brands in retail today and consumers can right now use new eBay outlet vouchers to get massive savings on great brands from eBay Fashion Outlet and brand new games consoles at amazing prices.

Doug Scott, managing director of, comments, “We’re delighted to help people save money on top brand goods from leading etailers right now. Money off at Amazon, eBay and Argos can be a real bonus for UK consumers this month.” offers consumers money saving deals at major high street brands and specialist retailers, including stores like Tesco, Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury’s, Travelodge, First Choice, and Boden.

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Car Insurance Done Right at Rockford IL Insurance King

It is mandatory in IL to drive with at least liability insurance and Insurance King specializes in Low cost car insurance.

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To get your free quote for car insurance, contact any Insurance King location in Rockford IL and speak to an agent. Insurance King on Alpine Rd office 815-639-0149, Insurance King on Auburn St office 815-968-5464 (KING) , Insurance King on 7th St. office 815-316-9522, or visit to have an agent call you.

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