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SanDisk UltraPlus 256 GB SSD: An idea whose time has come

 



Anand Parthasarathy goes into a bit of PC history to explain why he is excited by the SanDisk Ultra Plus Solid State drive.



Solid state flash drive leader SanDisk is slowly but surely edging into the hitherto exclusive territory of hard drive storage for notebooks, laptops and small form factor PCs. At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this year, the company launched a 256 GB solid state challenger to SATA hard drives – in a very small form factor.

With no moving parts and read /write speeds of 530 MBPS and 445 MBPS respectively, the SanDisk Ultra Plus SSD is able to achieve very superior boot up, shut down, application launch or data transfer speeds – which may be an important consideration in these times.

PC system  makers and by this I mean the usual suspects like Intel on the hardware/processor side and Microsoft on the software/operating system side, have put their mutual interests above those of their paying customer -- and have jointly ensured that with every iteration of the OS, the start-up time and shut-down times, improve, if at all, in homoeopathic doses. There is no real technical reason for example, why Intel as the undisputed PC chip leader, cannot provide a cache on its silicon real estate – similar to a ROM -- which will make the device start-up or shut-down as fast as turning a switch on or off. Indeed I remember seeing the then Intel CEO Dr Craig Barrett proudly demonstrating this to the media at the company’s Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in Taipei in 1998. They had the technology then and they have it now – but a cosy relationship with Microsoft ensures that the hardware guy is content to keep his innovation in cold storage for a decade and a half . so that the key operations of a PC continue to be performed less efficiently by software (guess who’s!).

As this  situation is unlikely to improve in the foreseeable future, we have to look elsewhere to experience operational efficiencies in our computing, a task made even more difficult because in  the quest  for energy efficiency, companies like Intel seem to under-power their new generation processors for Net books, tablets and the like ( Think Atom versus Pentium) which makes OS-based booting and shut down even slower. Solid state storage may be one way, (hopefully the first of others), to improve PC performance even when shackled with “Wintel”.

We have known for a decade now, that NAND Flash based storage was always a better option than hard drives with their plethora of moving parts. The problem was ratcheting up the storage size of solid state storage without taking the asking price beyond the region of the affordable. With three sizes 64 GBG, 128 GB and 256 GB, theUltra Plus has answered the need for reasonable size. A 256 GB storage will do very nicely for my Net Book or laptop, thank you!

Which is why I think the SanDisk Ultra SSD is an exciting product development. SanDisk has interestingly thrown 128 MB of DRAM as a cache on the SSD – which is expected to further improve the read/write times.

The Ultra Plus is compatible with SATA Revision 3.0 (6Gb/s) interfaces and is backwards compatible with SATA Revision 2.0 (3Gb/s) and SATA Revision 1.0 (1.5GB/s) .Energy–wise too, the SSD alternative to hard drives wins -- the makers claim it consumes only .08 Watts during 'Slumber’ and 0.12 Watts during active use.

If there is a downside it is the asking price: The official prices of the 64GB, 128GB and 256GB2 capacities are Rs 10,558; Rs 15,486 and Rs 30,973 respectively. This may be a bit like the tail wagging the dog: you may end up paying more for your SSD storage than the cost of your computing device. But experience tell us this this is more a matter of supply and demand. If more customers vote for the improved reliability, speed and energy-efficiency of SSDs, SanDisk and their competitors will be dropping prices as their order books hit millions. 

You can’t keep a good idea down ( even if “Wintel” may seem like one can) – and solid state PC drives are an idea whose time has come. When canny Indians judge that these are paisa vasool or money’s worth, they will go for it. Meanwhile if you can afford it, try it. You can tell tales of your brave deeds in storage purchase decisions to your grand children. More information here



 





    



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  "as a discouraged Capitol Hill staffer told me, the president is trying to entice liberals to support him (by narrowing the resolution, Why do some states tax food purchases,"? Heath was born and raised in Syracuse, Simpson trial. Reelzchannel announced that the "Female Force: Stephenie Meyer" comic -- there'll be two versions -- will hit the stands right before the "Twilight" sequel's scheduled Nov." in which the swashbuckling kitty voiced by Antonio Banderas gets to come front and center. Or at least long before Banderas hits family-fare screens this August in yet another "really-another-one? this new Obama campaign ad covers a lot of ground, Bush administration ("two wars .tax cuts for millionaires") tying presumed GOP nominee Mitt Romney to those policies and then ending with positive words for President Obamas plans (Theres even an amazing shot of a super-millionaires home) At least the ad is about policy differences rather than the usual campaign fare of outsourcing Bain and verbal gaffes Lets take a deeper look The FactsThe Obama campaign has to perform some leaps of logic because frankly the Romney campaign has not explained how his budget and tax numbers add up Romney has proposed to cut tax rates but keep revenue neutral with unspecified offsets while also boosting defense spending while reducing the deficit through largely unspecified cuts Pinning down the actual figures is a bit like nailing Jello to a wall Many experts would say Romneys proposals are simply mathematically impossible unless one engages in budget gimmicks such as assuming tax cuts will largely pay for themselves released Wednesday by the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center concluded that even accounting for higher economic growth there is no way for Romney to meet his targets without also boosting taxes on middle and lower income taxpayers The Romney campaign rejected the analysis saying it had "gaps" such as not including the potential impact from corporate tax reforms advocated by Romney Still the analysis said that the average tax cut for a taxpayer making more than $1 million would be about $87000 much lower than the ads claim of $250000So how does the Obama campaign come up with a figure of $250000 The campaign cites that did not include an effort to consider the possible tax loopholes and credits that Romney could eliminate in an effort to keep his tax reforms revenue neutral The study is even headlined: "Romney Tax Plan without Unspecified Base Broadeners" Now of course the Obama campaign ad was prepared before the new analysis was released so we cant ding it for that But campaign officials presumably knew that it was an incomplete picture After all the White House that a similar House Republican plan would result in a $107000 tax break for the wealthy after eliminating every possible tax loophole (Note: After the study was released Obama adjusted his language in Wednesday to say that people making more than $3 million would get a $250000 tax cut) The same dynamic holds true for the ads claim that Romneys plans would add "trillions to the deficit" The Obama campaign cites studies that show Romneys tax cuts without the unspecified offsets would add to the deficit In theory however would dramatically reduce spending since he proposes a cap at 20 percent of the gross domestic product (down from the current 24 percent) But that would require at least $600 billion in annual budget cuts and he identifies less than $300 billion including $60 billion from that old budget gimmick reduce waste and fraudMeanwhile Obama plays his own budget games The claim that his budget reduces the deficit by $4 trillion is simply laughable The figure includes counting some $1 trillion in cuts reached a year ago in budget negotiations with Congress So no matter who is the president the savings are already in the bankMoreover the administration is also counting $848 billion in phantom savings from winding down the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan even though the administration had long made clear those wars would end There are a number of other games being played so fake money is being used to pay for real spending projects In effect most of Obamas claimed deficit reduction comes from his proposed tax increases (We wrote about this in more detail in ) The Pinocchio TestWith incomplete figures and an unbalanced analysis the Obama campaign is casting Romneys economic plan in the worst possible light while putting an unwarranted sheen on the presidents proposalsRomneys continued failure to provide enough specifics about his plans certainly lets the Obama campaign openly speculate about the impact The president by contrast is required to present a real budget with actual figures but as we have shown he can still play budget tricks to make the numbers add up So even more detail from Romney might not make the budget dispute any clearerTwo Pinocchios()Check out our candidate Follow The Fact Checker on and friend us on Track each presidential candidate's Read Marcescence, when herbaceous greens have stolen the deer's attention, His boyhood addiction has propelled him into the business, he would later say beguiled by how he had escaped into the surreal from the mundane. this sub-narrative reminds me of something that everyone from the Brothers Karamazov to the Sisters Pointer have long known: No matter the industry or endeavor."
     
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  "too horrifying to believe, it is still one of the world's most rigidly controlled." she says, for all I know." to compromise in general and compromise with Obama in particular2. . And we thank the president for his efforts in those regards. (Applause." the groups wrote. EST."
     
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  "Franco : Comment peut-on écrire sur l'Iran sans tomber dans le sensationnel en y ayant vécu que 2 ans ? Surtout, comme tu le dis dans ton livre, avec ta bonne petite bouille de petit Fran?ais ?"
     
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  "OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada is convinced that President Bashar al-Assad was behind the August 21 chemical weapons attack in Syria diversely founded equilibrium of global interests. In the meantime the process of filling the vacuum is likely to be volatile dangerous and deeply disorientingFirst the vacuum in global economic leadership The absence of concerted action is most acutely displayed in the Eurozone's response to an economic crisis that as of the past few weeks is beginning to threaten a global contagion with serious implications for emerging markets too With each passing day and every claim that Greece is not insolvent and that it - and the Eurozone - would not be better off long-term with a Greek default and exit policymakers are running down their credibility on the far more consequential matter of whether they've properly understood the risks to the Italian and Spanish financial systems? The problem,???????????????????????????????????, Al-Qaaeda unity. Germany, A. Pruitt and Amol Sharma - The Wall Street Journal. SummersThe views expressed are his own."
     
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  "La Première ministre Kevin Rudd a déclaré dans un communiqué que l'Australie partageait "la joie de la famille royale, particulièrement celle du prince Charles pour la naissance de son petit-fils et celle de la reine Elizabeth II pour la naissance de son arrière petit-fils".?"Il s'agit "d'un jour de joie pour nos proches amis de Grande Bretagne et du Commonwealth", a ajouté Kevin Rudd."
     
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  "Not all big trees reside on public land. both people and property.He insists that Iran is not interested in developing a nuclear weapon Zarif counters the long list of extremist movements supported by Iran by noting that U. worked as a senior agri-leader for the World Bank and served as commissioner of food and agriculture for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He still holds the position of for Food Arts magazine,m.m. rattan furniture and large carved tiki heads. "We'll still show all the [Pittsburgh] games."
     
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  "killing five of them and then killing himself: her sense of God's presence,One thing about the Chinese Communist Party a tactic for working people into ideological fervor, Get the word outOnce youve decided on the aspects of your firm you think may be most attractive to the talent you need, Our high rate of unemployment is obscuring the fact that specialized talent those individuals with the niche knowledge and the skills to do a specific job is in short supply. given his comments on the council dais in July suggesting that he could support the bill with minor amendments. more than 100 supporters of the bill gathered outside the John A. At a certain point I was filled with a great light. as in the one two weeks ago by a group of Jesuit publications, it will inevitably be divisive and distort the true mission of the church."
     
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  "male domination of executive ranks, Bush launched a new approach in Iraq after violence was spiraling out of control in that country. strikes there earlier this month.But now that the rule has been approved,Jena McGregor is a columnist for On Leadership. and even a voice actor in Elf. I'd want him to be like Ray Harryhausen -- nudging us one frame at a time toward the sublime & fantastic. who famously tried to bring to the floor only bills that had the support of a majority of House Republicans.Ted Cruz's doomed effort to defund Obamacare.cancelled his scheduled trip Thursday ?"
     
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  "you are implying that there is something lesser than about such an act. is trying to "encircle" and contain China. has been the most forceful Southeast Asian nation in challenging Chinas seaborne ambitions and territorial claims. the Swedish ,An e-commerce site has been long-awaited by fashion bloggers and serious fans who have been buzzing about this day for nearly three years.The changes are transforming Mexicos relationship with the United States The once-wary neighbors are now top trading partners with more than $1 billion in goods crossing the border each day Together Mexican and US workers airplanes computers and space satellitesA more solidly middle-class and open Mexico is also providing a for US goods and services while contributing to a reduction in the number of underemployed Mexicans heading north to work illegally in the United States But in fundamental ways Mexico is still far from completing its transformation from a mostly poor country of low wages and low expectations into a richer better-educated and more competitive nation a modern success storyMany middle-class Mexicans are barely making itHuesca 53 is healthy but her husband has diabetes and because the couple worked in the informal economy all their lives they have no health insurance no social security When they go to the doctor they pay cash They have no pensions no savings and no assets except the family home on a dirt streetTwo of their sons have graduated from college A third is finishing up at a public university But if anyone in the family loses a job or gets seriously ill Huesca could quickly join the 3 million Mexicans who slid from the middle class back into poverty during the last recession About 17 percent of Mexicans joined the ranks of the middle class from 2000 to 2010 according to a recent World Bank report and though the traditionally wide gap between countrys rich and poor persists among citizens fell more in Mexico than in any other Latin American country except PeruBut Mexico with the 13th-largest economy in the world built on booming free trade with the United States still functions far below its competitors according to analysis by its own leaders in the World Bank and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) a club of 34 developed countries But theres something more. An adjacent snack shop was closed. The decision to allow the anti-corruption blogger to run and collect votes with minimal interference was a gamble ? a gamble that incumbent mayor Sergei Sobyanin appears to have lost,but in which the process is far from free and fair."
     
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  "expected to cover deals on oil exploration and biofuels technology, and Brazil's potential purchase of fighter jets from Boeing.8. The handshake heard round the worldWhen the U.N. General Assembly meets next week, all eyes will be on new Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, who?in the first U.S./Iranian presidential?tête-à-tête since the 1979 Islamic Revolution. More likely is that the two will at least shake hands and exchange a few pleasantries. Obama is hoping to encourage Iran to make concessions in talks over its nuclear program, and Rouhani-most recently in an -has called for world leaders to "respond genuinely to?my government's efforts to engage in constructive dialogue." An Obama/Rouhani greeting would be far from the leaders' first interaction-.OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Oklahoma City police have identified a man who was shot in an apartment complex parking lot and drove away before crashing his car and dying. Police said Wednesday that 24-year-old Justin Lamont Williams was found dead in his car by officers investigating reports of the shooting and crash on the city's south side. Sgt. Gary Knight says Williams was shot Tuesday afternoon in the parking lot and drove away before colliding with a pickup truck. Knight says Williams was dead at the scene - but it isn't known yet whether he died of the gunshot wound or injuries suffered in the crash. Knight says detectives are also trying to determine whether Williams was in or outside his car when he was shot. There have been no arrests in the shooting. Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.Information contained on this page is provided by an independent third-party content provider. WorldNow and this Station make no warranties or representations in connection therewith. If you have any questions or comments about this page please contact .SOURCE Veeva Systems UK LimitedPLEASANTON, California, October 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --In the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Life Sciences CRM Software 2013 Vendor Assessment (Doc # HI242172, July 2013), IDC Health Insights reports that cloud-based solutions, including Veeva CRM, part of Veeva System's Commercial Suite, have now entered the mainstream. According to the IDC MarketScape, this move is driven by next-generation applications that provide advanced functionality and mobile capabilities, along with the flexibility of the cloud. In this new report, IDC Health Insights evaluated all major CRM solution providers for life sciences and named Veeva Systems as a leader.???? (Logo: )The IDC MarketScape reported, "Veeva's CRM software scored extremely well in this IDC MarketScape, with Veeva positioned in the Leaders category. Veeva CRM's ease of use, user interface, and breadth of functionality are among the best in the industry, and the company's sole focus on the life sciences industry boosts Veeva's unique understanding of market wants and needs. This was echoed by the firm's customers, who gave Veeva's market expertise extremely high marks."According to Eric Newmark, Program Director, IDC Health Insights, "Veeva CRM scored in the highest category for its breadth of functionality, and its multitenant cloud platform was reviewed as highly flexible to support life sciences companies into the future."Veeva was the first to introduce life sciences-specific CRM in the cloud six years ago.Veeva CRM is part of Veeva's Commercial Suite for life sciences, an integrated family of cloud-based applications that also includes the Veeva Network customer master solution and Veeva Vault for regulated content management. The Veeva Commercial Suite is designed to help life sciences companies create and maintain a complete and accurate view of the customer, develop and manage the compliant content, and enable more effective customer engagement across multiple communication channels."Veeva is honored to be recognized as a leader," said Brian Longo, Veeva's general manager, Commercial Products. "Our innovative cloud solutions help life sciences companies address some of their biggest challenges, including speeding time-to-market and selling more effectively through multiple channels.?We remain committed to customer success and being a trusted partner to the industry."To see the IDC MarketScape for findings, visit .About IDC MarketScapeIDC MarketScape vendor analysis model is designed to provide an overview of the competitive fitness of IT, telecommunications, or industry-specific suppliers in a given market. The research methodology utilizes a rigorous scoring methodology based on both qualitative and quantitative criteria that results in a single graphical illustration of each vendor's position within a given market. IDC MarketScape provides a clear framework in which the product and service offerings, capabilities and strategies, and current and future market success factors of IT, telecommunications, or industry-specific vendors can be meaningfully compared. The framework also provides technology buyers with a transparent foundation to allow companies to independently compare the strengths and weaknesses of current and prospective vendors.About Veeva SystemsVeeva Systems is a leader in cloud-based software for the global life sciences industry. Committed to innovation, product excellence, and customer success, Veeva has more than 170 customers, ranging from the world's largest pharmaceutical companies to emerging biotechs. Founded in 2007, Veeva is a privately held company headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area with offices in Philadelphia, Barcelona, Budapest, London, Paris, Beijing, Shanghai, Osaka, Tokyo, Sydney and Singapore. For more information, visit .Contact:Lisa BarbadoraPublic RelationsVeeva Systems Inc. ??2012 PR Newswire. All Rights Reserved.*DISCLAIMER*: The information contained in or provided through this site section is intended for general consumer understanding and education only and is not intended to be and is not a substitute for professional advice. Use of this site section and any information contained on or provided through this site section is at your own risk and any information contained on or provided through this site section is provided on an "as is" basis without any representations or warranties.Provided by Remodeling a small kitchen is a challenge that quite a few of us face. Visions of wide open kitchens with multiple islands dance in our heads, but in reality we are remodeling our own small, perfectly imperfect kitchens.However, did you know that some professional cooks actually prefer small kitchens to large kitchens?When I , host of the PBS series "Christina Cooks" and author of several popular cookbooks, she told me that inefficient, large kitchens are all too common, and that she prefers to cook in a kitchen in which the "work triangle" (the sink, stove, and work station) are close together. Does that make you feel better about having a small kitchen? It should!The key to getting the most out of a small kitchen, and what to keep in mind when remodeling, is maximizing the efficiency of your work triangle. A common motivation for people to remodel their small kitchens is a lack of counter space, also known as too small of a work station. Creating storage for small appliances under the counters is one way to increase counter space, as is installing wall ovens. Another way to increase counter space in a small kitchen is to install an undermount sink. Since undermount sinks eliminate few inches that the "lip" of a sink take up, you can gain several inches of counter space by installing an undermount sink. Another way to gain counter space is to move the sink from the center of the counter to the edge.When it comes to installing an oven in a small kitchen remodel, consider splitting up the oven and cook top. A wall oven and separate cook top can make room for additional under-counter storage space. If you choose to go with a regular range and oven, use the idea of the work triangle as your guide to where to position it. If you cannot move your sink due to the cost of moving , it is less costly to move the oven and the work station. Arranging your kitchen so that the refrigerator is next to the work station, which is next to a sink, with is next to a small counter top, which is next to the oven is one way to get the most out of a small kitchen remodel.Using vertical space, from ceiling to floor, is another way to maximize the functionality of a small kitchen. When remodeling a small kitchen, consider space that you otherwise had not considered for purposes that you had never imagined it could accommodate. Wine refrigerator under the counter? Why not? Shelves that reach the ceiling with a rolling ladder to reach them? Sure! Knocking down part of a wall to build a breakfast bar and to let light in? Of course! When you're remodeling a small kitchen, think vertical when it comes to storage.For photos of great small kitchen remodels and to ask all your small kitchen remodeling questions, click over to .Chaya Kurtz writes for Networx.com. .Provided by "Trash to treasure" is one of those phrases which motivates DIY furniture builders. What could be more exciting than transforming found junk into something truly beautiful and functional?There are so many materials to choose from when it comes to upcycling. Almost anything is fair game, but wood is a favorite. Sources of reclaimed wood include parts of old furniture, plywood signs, shipping pallets, and even salvaged floor boards or wall boards. Don't forget old doors! They make excellent table tops and desk tops. Wooden crates are an excellent furniture building material, and so are scraps of 2 by 4's that you might have hanging around the basement.Do you need to be a to build with reclaimed wood? It helps to have some carpentry skills, but this type of project can be great for beginners. Why? If you mess up, it's not like you ruined expensive new wood! That's part of why some of the best and most creative furniture-building projects have been done with found wood. Found wood just invites creativity.This DIY bench is so cool! It was made by , which is incidentally a cute name and a great blog on DIY furniture building. What's it made of? The wide wood boards are actually an old bed. After building the bench, she stained, painted, and sanded it down to its lovely weathered finish. The is also a DIY project that you could do.These street signs have so much potential! Smart builder Howard Bales used some old fashioned joinery skills when from old plywood street signs. This table is actually a computer desk. Can't you envision it in an industrial-chic office setting? While the road signs could be stripped, sanded, and painted over, there is something really exciting about seeing the original use for the boards, repurposed as a work station. What else could you think of to build with old road signs?Wooden wine crates are a classic DIY building material. I%"
     
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  ". There are no good statistics yet on how many people are moving from desk jobs to field work, but Kimberley Hart, Karen Sommerlad and Erik Jacobs have all made the transition. Ms Hart gave up making costumes for Broadway productions to grow vegetables on a modest rented farm in upstate New York, while Mr Jacobs left behind his career as a Boston-based freelance news photographer to study as an apprentice farmer. Meanwhile, Ms Sommerlad left a campus planning post at Harvard University to grow everything "from arugula [rocket] to zucchini [courgettes]". The trend seems most noticeable in the north-eastern United States - where all three live - as well as in California, possibly because of the flourishing "eat local" movements and growth of farmers' markets in both areas. 'Viable career' In the US, there are now 456,000 "beginning farmers", defined by the government as those with less than a decade's experience. According to the US Department of Agriculture, they are less likely than established farmers to receive government subsidies, and more likely to be college educated and have jobs off the farm. They also earn less from farming, and work smaller farms - though they aren't necessarily younger than their more established peers. Although official statistics have yet to show an increase in the number of these novice farmers, there is plenty of anecdotal evidence. There are now more than 8,000 farmers' markets across the US, a 38% increase in five years, and up from a few hundred a generation ago. At the Farm School in Athol, Massachusetts, demand for its year-long learn-to-farm programme has jumped from 15-20 applicants five years ago to nearly 50 this year, according to farm director Patrick Connors. He says the Farm School's programme "grew out of this recognition that more and more people were looking to build these [farming] skills". "This has become a viable career," adds Mr Connors. "There's lots of people in New England and California who run successful small businesses on their farms. As it's become a more viable profession, I think more people are considering it." Pupils on last year's class at Farm School ranged in age from 19 to 53. Incoming students this autumn include a lawyer, a doctor, a teacher, and several business executives. Second jobs While no-one is getting rich running a small-scale farm, for Ms Sommerlad and her husband, David Cobb, it supplements their retirement earnings. "We really do it because we love growing food and connecting with the community," says Ms Sommerlad. "The income is secondary." For Ms Hart, her goal for this year is to make a modest $10,000 (?6,400) profit. "Even if we totally mess up, we should be able to make that," she says. Yet virtually all small farmers - both the new and the experienced - supplement their crop earnings, sometimes with added-value products like making cheese from their cows' milk. Often one partner will continue to have a non-farming job in the city, while the other manages the farm full-time. Ms Hart and her husband, Thad Simerly, have this arrangement. He still commutes to New York City for his job in plaster restoration, where he earns far more than they could ever make on the farm. At the Farm School, many graduates use their former careers as a way to supplement their agricultural earnings. Mr Jacobs will continue to take photos for editorial clients, as well as recording his farming experiences on his He plans to work as a salaried farmer this year, while his wife continues her job as a staff photographer at the Boston Globe. The two had their first child, a boy, in May. 'Fickle market' Another thing new farmers learn early - it often makes more sense to lease their acreage than fulfil their fantasy of owning the land themselves. Ms Hart leases her land, and Mr Jacobs is about to, now he has finished his programme at the Farm School. Mr Jacobs says renting instead of owning land will allow him to be free of burdensome debt that he worried would turn working the land into just another job. Ms Sommerlad and her husband own their land, but instead of buying an expensive field, they grow high-value vegetables for restaurants and farmers' markets on just half an acre of their back yard in Sudbury, Vermont. "It's kind of a fickle market, so we decided to stick with what we know we can grow," says Ms Sommerlad. "We worked it out so that if we make money that's terrific. If we don't then we're not going to go hungry. We'll still have a roof over our head." All three novices agree that the joy of farming vastly outweighs its low financial returns - at least so far. Ms Hart says her goal was to be self-sufficient and sustainable. And because she and her husband wanted an escape. "We wanted to make our living from farming to extricate ourselves from the city," she says. Mr Jacobs says: "One of the ways I keep from despairing [about the world] is doing this farming thing. There's a lot of peace in reducing my footprint and living my values."Internet technology, especially mobile, allows us to monitor our resources like never before - in theory making sharing more possible.It is happening on both sides of the English Channel.The website , wants you to turn your kitchen into a restaurant, inviting guests to take part in your meal. The start-up has almost 3,000 users, almost half of whom are in France.The recent LeWeb conference, examined the sharing idea, which it called "Digital Hippydom" and it found that the French public and companies are particularly suited to the online, sharing economy.Meanwhile in Britain, uses apps to encourage people to share their experience of growing their own vegetables. It then allows users to trade their produce and create an online harvest for everyone to share.Video Journalist: Dougal ShawUp Next is a new series of video features for the BBC News website which examines the new developments that could affect all of our lives in the future.20 September 2012Last updated at 08:19 GMT The woman who lost all seven children By Robin BanerjiBBC World Service Sharon Bernardi lost all seven of her children to a rare genetic disease. It has driven her to support medical research that would allow defective genetic material to be replaced by DNA from another woman. Every time Sharon got pregnant she would pray that this time it would be different. She felt fine during pregnancy and the births went well, and then quickly something would start to go wrong. Each of her first three children died within hours of birth and no-one knew why. "It took us a long time to get over the first one and then it happened again. I was bewildered," says Sharon, from Sunderland. "I was in shock." After the third child died, doctors began to suspect that the deaths weren't coincidental. But genetic investigation didn't provide any definite answers. At the same time, her mother revealed that she'd had three stillbirths before Sharon had been born. Further investigations by doctors revealed that members of Sharon's extended family had lost another eight children between them. "I didn't know about my mum's history," says Sharon. "There was no need for me to know. I was my mother's only child. And I think that in her era people didn't really talk about things as they do now." Then along came Edward, Sharon's fourth child. This time the doctors were more prepared. For his first 48 hours, Edward received drugs and blood transfusions to prevent the lactic acidosis (a kind of blood poisoning) that had killed his siblings. Five weeks later Sharon and her husband Neil were allowed to take Edward to their home in Sunderland for Christmas. Edward lived. Although his health was often poor and Sharon had to care for him a lot of the time, he was a cheerful, active boy. At the age of four he started to have seizures. It was then that the doctors were finally able to diagnose Edward's - and indeed Sharon's - problem. Having gone through the history of Sharon's babies, doctors diagnosed Edward with Leigh's disease, a disorder that affects the central nervous system. The disease is caused by a defect in the mother's mitochondria, often referred to as the power plant of the cell. "This is going to sound strange but I was relieved that, at last, I had an answer." Not that the news made life much easier for Sharon. Her doctors told her that Edward could enjoy long periods of remission but that his health could also go down quite quickly. And meanwhile there was always the risk of Edward dying in one of his seizures, which could last for days. "It's hard when you want to have a family, and you finally have a baby like Edward, and you think you're finally getting somewhere with your hopes and your dreams, and then somebody tells you that at any moment your child is going to die." Sharon and Neil Bernardi were told that Edward was going to die before he was five. "Obviously, you either go down or you start fighting," says Sharon. Edward and his mother were fighters. In the end Edward survived into adulthood, dying last year at the age of 21. Sharon and Neil kept on trying for a healthy baby but without luck. Although three more children were born, none lived beyond the age of two. Each time one of their children died, they told themselves that "the death was a one-off". After their last child had a heart attack and died in 2000 they stopped trying. "People ask, what was different about Edward? How come he survived as a baby when he had all the problems that would later build up? I don't know but Edward had some fight in him. He was fighting to survive all his life. I think that was in his personality." The death of all her children put strains on her marriage, and on the wider family. "It also affects the family, the grandparents, their hopes and dreams for their grandchildren." People have accused Sharon and Neil of being selfish for wanting what they cannot have - their own family of healthy children. "I don't think I am selfish," says Sharon. "I wanted my child to be healthy." "In the last year of his life Edward was in chronic pain. He had dystonic spasms caused by things going wrong in his brain. His muscles would go into spasm for up to six hours at a time. Drugs could not help him. Part of Edward's body was beginning to fail." The suffering of Sharon's children has convinced her of the need to pursue the kind of genetic therapies that would allow mitochondrial defects to be remedied. "When you see somebody in pain you don't want to see somebody else in pain. You don't want to see a child who is born only to suffer and die before they're two, or if they do survive to have devastating disabilities." "It's not about being selfish. It's not about wanting designer babies. It's not about doing injustice to people with disabilities. It's about trying to create a healthy baby. It's about trying to give a child a future." 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For the list of all programmes, go to23 June 2012Last updated at 10:51 GMT The world's oldest clove tree By Simon WorrallTernate, Indonesia Indonesia's "Spice Islands" produced more nutmeg, mace, pepper and cloves than anywhere else in the world and on the island of Ternate, one particular tree has an extraordinary history. "Bule, Bule," shout the children excitedly, as our jeep threads its way up a steep road on the side of the volcano. "White man, White man." I am on Ternate, one of Indonesia's fabled Spice Islands. The midday call to prayer mingles with the mosquito-whine of motorcycles. Above us, smoke seeps from the side of Gamalama, the pyramid-shaped volcano that dominates the island. It had erupted only a month earlier, sending a tongue of molten lava pouring down the mountain into the sea. This part of the world is not called "The Ring of Fire" for nothing. I am searching for the world's oldest clove tree. Why it is called Afo, no one knows. Neither is it exactly certain when Afo was planted. But estimates suggest it is between 350 and 400 years old. For millennia, Ternate and the neighbouring island of Tidore were the world's only source of those fragrant, twig-like herbs that love to hide at the back of our kitchen cupboards. Cloves from Ternate were traded by Arab seafarers along the maritime Silk Route as far afield as the Middle East, Europe and China. A Han dynasty ruler from the 3rd Century BC insisted that anyone addressing him chew cloves to sweeten their breath. Their origin was a fiercely-guarded secret until the Portuguese and Spanish burst into the Java Sea in the 16th Century. Our hip, young Indonesian driver is clearly baffled as to why anyone should want to see an old tree. And he clearly has no idea where Afo is. At a roadside stall selling everything from basketballs to fruit, we stop to ask directions. The stallholder points back down the hill. With great difficulty, and reeking brake pads, we turn round and drive back down the volcano. After a few hundred yards, we spot a signboard pointing to some steps cut into the hillside. The path winds upwards through groves of clove trees and bamboo. We are at nearly 1,800m (6,000ft) above sea level. Below us, through the foliage, I can just make out the sea and, beyond it, the island of Tidore. Huffing and puffing up one last flight of steps I find myself under a tree that was probably here when Shakespeare was alive. Afo was once 40 metres tall and four metres round. Sadly, today, all that remains is a massive stump and some bare branches. A few years ago, villagers hungry for firewood even attacked Afo with machetes. A brick wall now surrounds it. If the Dutch had had their way, Afo would not have survived at all. The Netherlands United East India Company, or Voc, was the world's first multinational corporation. And just as corporations today seek to monopolise plant genes in the developing world, the Voc set about seizing total control of spice production. In 1652, after displacing the Portuguese and Spanish, the Dutch introduced a policy known as extirpatie: extirpation. All clove trees not controlled by the Voc were uprooted and burned. Anyone caught growing, stealing or possessing clove plants without authorisation faced the death penalty. On the Banda Islands, to the south - the world's only source of nutmeg - the Dutch used Japanese mercenaries to slaughter almost the entire male population. Like Opec today, the Voc also limited supply to keep prices high. Only 800-1,000 tonnes of cloves were exported per year. The rest of the harvest was burned or dumped in the sea. Somehow, Afo managed to slip through the net. A rogue clove. A guerrilla plant waging a secret war of resistance. Afo would eventually bring down the Dutch monopoly on cloves. In 1770, a Frenchman, appropriately named Poivre, stole some of Afo's seedlings. This Monsieur Pepper took them to France, then the Seychelles Islands and, eventually, Zanzibar, which is today the world's largest producer of cloves. As I stand looking up into its branches, I wonder who planted Afo - and kept its location secret all those years. Or did it just survive because of its remoteness high on the slopes of Gamalama? Either way, this ancient clove tree remains a symbol of the ultimate folly of empire - and the stubborn refusal of nature to be controlled. How to listen to From Our Own Correspondent: BBC Radio 4: A 30-minute programme on Saturdays, 11:30 BST. Second 30-minute programme on Thursdays, 11:00 BST (some weeks only). or BBC World Service: Hear daily 10-minute editions Monday to Friday, repeated through the day, also available to . Read more or at the .30 September 2013Last updated at 19:44 GMT Thief Yafet Askale caught out by 'invisible' dye A thief who broke into a decoy car was caught out due to an "anti-crime" dye that turned his face bright green. Yafet Askale, 28, was sprayed with the substance, which can only be seen under ultraviolet light, when he broke into a police "trap car" in Harlesden, north-west London. Askale denied the charge of theft from a motor vehicle, but was convicted at Hendon Magistrates' Court. Police said that the dye proved Askale had been in the car. He was also found to have a number of stolen items, including a laptop. Askale, of Harlesden Gardens, Harlesden, was sentenced on Friday to 49 hours of community service and was ordered to pay ?400 costs. Brent Police said they had also been providing residents with invisible dye kits so they can mark their property to deter thieves.27 March 2013Last updated at 17:31 GMT This is BBC News BBC News reaches about 40 million adults in the UK every week - its international services are consumed by an additional 239 million adults around the world. The department is the largest in the BBC in terms of staff, with more than 8,500 people around the UK and the rest of the world. BBC News incorporates network news (the newsroom, news programmes such as Newsnight and Newsbeat, political programmes such as the Daily Politics, and the weather team), English Regions and Global News. Material is brought into the BBC by its newsgathering staff, one of the largest operations of its kind in the world, with more than 40 international bureaux and seven in the UK. It is transmitted to audiences on an increasingly diverse range of platforms including tablet computers and mobile phones. NETWORK NEWSROOM The 24-hour newsroom is responsible for the One, Six and Ten O'Clock bulletins, the BBC News channel, radio bulletins and summaries, BBC World, the World Service and the BBC News website. Since 2013, nearly all this output has been produced and transmitted from the new wing of Broadcasting House (NBH) at the north end of Regent Street in central London. It is tucked behind the original Art Deco building that was opened as the BBC's first purpose-built headquarters in 1932. NBH is occupied by 3,000 journalists and production staff in the news division. At the heart of the building, occupying the basement and ground floors, is the multimedia newsroom, the biggest in Europe, which brings together all the BBC's network and global news production for the first time. From here, BBC journalists, many of them specialists, deliver high-quality audio, visual and text accounts of breaking news and significant events with merged teams and shared content to meet the world's appetite for on-demand news. NEWS IN SALFORD BBC Breakfast and Radio 5 live are broadcast from MediaCity UK, in Salford Quays, approximately two miles from Manchester city centre. Radio 5 live news employs about 130 journalists who produce some 75% of the network's output, or about 130 hours a week. NEWS PROGRAMMES The department brings together all the major daily and weekly current affairs programmes, investigative journalism and major interview programmes, including Panorama, Today and Newsnight. The department also includes services focused on distinctive audiences, including BBC World Service news programmes such as Newshour and BBC Radio 1 news programmes such as Newsbeat. This is the home of much of the BBC's original journalism and material is shared across news outlets to enrich content for as many audiences as possible. POLITICAL PROGRAMMES The political programmes department, based within a stone's throw of the Palace of Westminster, reports on the decisions and activities of the UK government, MPs and peers. It makes and broadcasts programmes such as Today (and Yesterday) in Parliament on Radio 4, and BBC Two's Daily and Sunday Politics as well as the BBC Parliament TV channel. It also provides a huge amount of material for BBC network TV and radio outlets, the BBC News website and regional TV and local radio. Elections - local, general and European - are covered by BBC Westminster. The political research unit provides background information and reliable statistics on parties, policies and polling, producing indispensable election guides which are studied and treasured by politics geeks and other staff across the corporation. NEWSGATHERING "Where do you get the news from?" is a question frequently asked by audiences and the answer is, for the most part, BBC newsgathering. Some news is scheduled and planners and staff, known as news organisers, are able to deploy in advance correspondents, producers, camera crews, and on occasion, the BBC helicopter. Even with advanced warning, meeting the demands of all the BBC outlets can present a challenge for reporters, who might face requests for a two-way - or live interview - in the first minutes of the Today programme just after 06:00, frequent appearances on the News Channel and network radio throughout the day, a piece for the website and a package for the Ten O'Clock TV bulletin, with an update for The World Tonight. Newsgathering, home and foreign, must also respond to unpredictable events such as murders, floods, transport crashes, earthquakes and wars and rumours of wars. It can be a dangerous calling. Foreign correspondents, producers, camera crews, fixers and translators frequently risk their lives to draw attention to the history of the world as it unfolds. GLOBAL NEWS BBC Global News includes the BBC World Service, BBC World News television, bbc.com/news (the BBC's international-facing news site) and BBC Monitoring. The BBC's international news services attract a global audience of 239 million in more than 200 countries and territories. Together they represent the voice and face of the corporation to the rest of the world. Residents of Nairobi, for example, are likely to regard as the face of the BBC the Ghanaian journalist Komla Dumor, presenter of Focus on Africa, the daily news programme focusing on African stories. BBC Global is increasingly working with partners to build audiences across the United States, Asia and Africa. AROUND THE UK BBC English Regions, part of the BBC News Group, is made up of 3,000 staff based from the Channel Islands in the south to the border with Scotland in the north. It is split into 12 regions, each broadcasting regional news programmes throughout the day along with weekly politics, current affairs and sport shows from their regional centres. Each region has up to six local radio stations and up to six BBC local websites. There are also teams working in bureaux in Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales to provide programming for their own national audiences as well as contributing to network news. The BBC's 40 local radio stations reach more than seven million listeners across the UK. WEATHER The BBC weather centre produces forecasts for TV, radio, online, mobile and Red Button, in partnership with the Met Office. The BBC weather presenters are all trained broadcast meteorologists.15 September 2013Last updated at 23:09 GMT Thomas Flohr: The high-flying multi-millionaire By Will SmaleBusiness reporter, BBC News As international, multi-millionaire jetsetters go, Thomas Flohr certainly looks the part. With his tan, stubble, swept back hair, and jeans and jacket combination, he is the type of man you can picture stepping off a private plane after flying in from somewhere exotic. It is a pretty apt image because Mr Flohr owns a large fleet of private jets. The Swiss national is the founder, boss, and 100% owner of VistaJet, the world's fastest-growing airline you have probably never heard of, and most probably can only dream of affording to use. Founded in 2004, VistaJet now has 35 planes, and is quickly adding to that number. 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