All posts by Michael Holman

Reasonable Precautions – Preventing Panic and Pandemic

Simple but Effective Steps for Businesses, Schools and Government Offices to Provide Assurance and Help Prevent the Spread of Disease

Planning for a pandemic is not panicking; it is being reasonable and prudent. Moreover, it provides assurances that diminish the tendency for people to worry. Panic cascades comes from a feeling that things are out of control. Avoiding panic requires faith and confidence that one’s personal safety is reasonably certain. This demands more than empty assurances and being told not to panic. Therefore, concrete steps are important. Knowing that senior staff have carefully considered potential threats and have a staged action plan provides a sense of comfort and confidence that averts panic. Moreover, such confidence is well-placed, as these plans do contribute to personal safety. Continue reading Reasonable Precautions – Preventing Panic and Pandemic

Camera Maker Develops Electronic Physical Zoom

San Jose, California — Camera maker Cazion Electronics has developed a new system that offers a true optical zoom capability without the expensive optics. The new system dubbed Electronic Physical Zoom (EPZ) is being offered in the latest Cazion cameras such as the CZ290A. The new zoom works by reincorporating a previously important photographic resource: the photographer’s mobility. Continue reading Camera Maker Develops Electronic Physical Zoom

Study Reveals Nothing Does Any Good

Atlanta, Georgia, USA — Following on the heals of many studies debunking the supposed health benefits of a number of foods, activities, vitamins and medications, a recently-completed comprehensive twenty-year study has concluded that nothing has any benefit for our health. The study, published in the Journal of Understanding New Knowledge has been met with a mixture of passive acceptance and incredulity. Continue reading Study Reveals Nothing Does Any Good