Captain Hook Tells His Side of the Story in New Novel

(DGIwire) –  Peter Pan has owned the spotlight since J. M. Barrie’s original stage production of 1904 and the classic novel it spawned. But did Barrie tell the whole truth about Peter’s nemesis, Captain Hook? In his delightfully engaging debut novel, Hook’s Tale: Being the Account of an Unjustly Villainized Pirate Written by Himself (Scribner, […]

Portraits of Fame in Black and White

(DGIwire) – “I bring music to every shoot,” writes celebrity photographer Jesse Dittmar in the opening pages of two, his extraordinary debut book. As we at ReviewLoft browsed the 62 black-and-white portraits—all taken between 2013 and 2015—in this impressive, oversized volume, we felt the music as well: the rhythms of Dittmar’s keen photographic talents and […]

Delivering Another Option in Immunotherapy Treatment

(DGIwire) – Within the realm of cancer care, immunotherapy is increasingly occupying the spotlight. And with good reason: as many recent headlines show, this form of therapy holds great promise for improved treatment of a wide variety of cancers. There exist several approaches to immunotherapy, each with its specific strengths. One fascinating approach to immunotherapy, […]

PTSD: 11 Facts to Know

(DGIwire) – With approximately eight million adults living with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), according to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, it’s important to know some facts. Here are 11 of them compiled by the VA’s National Center for PTSD. Just because someone experiences a traumatic event does not mean they have PTSD. To know […]

Campus Safety: Learning About Preparedness

(DGIwire) – On April 16, 2017, Virginia Tech marked a grim anniversary: 10 years since the mass shooting in which 32 people were killed and 17 wounded by gunfire. The largest incident of its kind on a college campus, it not only changed lives; it changed security requirements and shifted the national perspective that institutions […]

Electric Scooters: Powering Tomorrow’s Transportation

(DGIwire) – Some people scoff at electric scooters—but they shouldn’t. Why? Because there is a good chance they will be riding one in the not-too-distant future. As recently reported in WIRED magazine, the need to replace automobiles as the default mode of transportation will only get more acute in the years to come. According to […]

Keeping Soldiers Safe: One CEO’s Quest

(DGIwire) – Nicholas Clark is CEO and Director of Alexium International, a specialty chemicals manufacturer. But his sense of obligation extends far beyond his company—it encompasses U.S. military forces as well. In a recent profile of Clark on SmartCEO.com, he detailed how he came to be concerned for the welfare of American military personnel. Clark […]

The Protocol for Protection Against Enemy Drones

(DGIwire) – When confronted by an enemy drone, what is the best way to defend against it: simply jam its signal or manipulate that signal and take over control of its flight path? According to a recent report in Defense Systems, a number of government agencies are working with industry to pursue the second option. […]

The NYC Fashion Industry: Keeping It Local

(DGIwire) – Over the past few decades, the fashion industry’s intimate relationship with New York City has evolved in exciting ways. For example, there was the louche, sexy 1970s Studio 54 era; the All-American workwear period of the ’80s; the rise of minimalism and grunge courtesy of the ’90s; and today’s crop of designers, whose […]

Stop That Drone: Keeping Flying Threats at Bay

(DGIwire) – How can drones be kept from flying where they shouldn’t? According to Reuters, a range of companies are developing techniques to deal with drones that are being used to engage in a variety of illegal activities. Reuters notes, for example, that drones have been used to smuggle mobile phones, drugs and weapons into […]

4 Things CEOs Should Note When Making Key Decisions

(DGIwire) – For CEOs, decision-making is one of the key responsibilities of the job. But making the right decisions can be a tricky process: some require methodical planning while others need to be made very quickly. Nicholas Clark, CEO and Director of Alexium International, a specialty chemicals manufacturer, has valuable insights on this topic and […]

Job Satisfaction: 3 Points to Ponder

(DGIwire) – Everyone wants job satisfaction but nobody is exactly sure how to secure it. In part, satisfaction on the job is dependent on factors that workers can’t control: the work/life balance at their organization; how their managers choose to motivate them; what tasks they are delegated. But that doesn’t mean workers have no control […]

Purchasing New Lab Equipment? 7 Things to Consider

(DGIwire) — Purchasing instruments for modern research laboratories is a complex endeavor, involving numerous people and business factors. Some equipment is relatively simple and can be delivered and supported easily; other items might include multimillion-dollar testing tools requiring specialized shipping, installation and housing. According to an article in ADVANCE Laboratory magazine, there are seven considerations […]

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