Wikinews interviews U.S. Libertarian presidential candidate Wayne Allyn Root

Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Wikinews held an exclusive interview with Wayne Allyn Root, one of the candidates for the Libertarian Party nomination for the 2008 U.S. presidential election.

Root is the founder and chairman of Winning Edge International Inc., a sports handicapping company based in Las Vegas, Nevada. In addition, he is an author and a television producer, as well as an on-screen personality both as host and guest on several talk shows.

Root, a long-time Republican, declared his candidacy for the Libertarian Party on May 4, 2007.

He says he is concerned about the qualities of many who run for president, and fears that they do not know the needs of American citizens. He also says that they cater to big businesses instead of small ones.

He has goals of limiting the federal government and believes that the US went into Iraq for wrong reasons. A strong supporter of the War on Terror, he feels that it was mishandled. He has conservative values and came from a blue collar family in New York. He graduated from Columbia University with fellow presidential hopeful Barack Obama in 1983.

Root believes that America is in trouble and hopes to change that if elected.

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Expect Something Explosive With The Future Chevrolet Cars

By Benjamin Robert Ehinger

The Things to Come with Future Chevrolet Cars

Chevrolet is a reputable car company that sells a wide range of vehicles and with continued research the future Chevrolet cars will surely sport not only the best quality but also the exceptional features, car technology as well as fabulous style.

In today’s Chevrolet car choices, you can definitely choose from a variety of great Chevrolet cars from subcompact hatchback cars to huge vans as well as SUVs. So, if you are looking for great as well as reasonably priced automobile then the Chevrolet is definitely one of the great options for you. You surely can find a Chevrolet car that can fit your needs as well as your preferences.

The Chevrolet Motor Car Company was founded by William C. Durant and race car driver Lois Chevrolet in the year 1911. Chevrolet first offered the Classic Six which was introduced in 1912. This car is a five passenger touring sedan that can actually top a 65 miles per hour rate. Though, this is relatively low compared to today’s readings, the 65 miles per hour is notably a fast reading during the time when it was released.

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In the year 1930s, Chevrolet was able to introduce the independent front suspension. This innovation provided and enabled a smoother ride when you are riding over the rough roads for the day. With the success of Chevrolet cars, Chevrolet continued to make great leaps of success with their affordable coupes, sedans as well as pickup trucks in the year 1940s.

The wide variety of cars was greatly available and they have catered to the transportation needs of American families, businessmen as well as farmers. In the year 1950s, Chevrolet continued to improve the reliability and functionality of their products by means off adding features like power windows, power breaks as well as air conditioning system.

These added features provided luxury to those people who love cars and are on a tight budget. In 1953, Chevrolet introduced the glamorous Corvette which was then the first production car that was designed with a body made out of fiber glass. Numerous other popular Corvette cars followed the popularity of the Corvette.

In 1960s, the launching of several Chevrolet cars just like the Corvair compact, the compact Nova, the sporty Camaro as well as the wildly successful Ford Mustang was indeed successful as these Chevrolet car models have become quite popular in their own time. In the 1990s and the early 2000s, Chevrolet continued to create high performance cars with the variants of its precious models like the Corvette, Silverado pickup truck as well as the Tahoe/Suburban SUVs.

The True Future of the Future Chevrolet Cars

The future Chevrolet cars will bear great improvement when it comes to the quality and style of the car. Some future Chevrolet cars concepts will include the 2013 Chevrolet Avalanche, Chevrolet Camaro, Chevrolet Colorado, Chevrolet Corvette, Chevrolet Cruze, Chevrolet Volt, Chevrolet Traverse, Chevrolet Tahoe, Chevrolet Suburban, Chevrolet Sonic, Chevrolet Silverado, Chevrolet Malibu, Chevrolet Impala, Chevrolet Express Van and also the Chevrolet Equinox.

In 2013, Chevrolet will redesign its full size truck and the Chevrolet will surely get a hit with this change. The 2013 Avalanche is expected to stay with a traditional body on frame yet the lower volume Avalanche may be dropped. The 2012 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 will have the same supercharged, 6.2-liter V8 and it is expected to have over 500 horsepower. This car will also have a taller hood with unique tires and wheels.

The 2014 Chevrolet Corvette is going to remain a front-engine as well as a rear-wheel-drive vehicle. This car is also expected to have a split-rear window configuration that is the same with the 1963 model.

On the other hand, the 2012 Chevrolet Equinox Hybrid is actually a gas electric version of the past Chevrolet Equinox. The 2013 Chevrolet Express Van will showcase efficient engines to address he tough fuel economy status that we have today.

The future Chevrolet cars like the 2013 Chevrolet Silverado is expected to adhere to fuel-efficiency standards and a different engine is going to be used to improve mileage as well as fuel use of the Chevrolet cars. Moreover, the 2012 Chevrolet Sonic will feature a compact four-door hatchback and either a 1.4-liter or perhaps a 1.8-liter inline-four, turbocharged four-cylinder.

With these changes, the future Chevrolet cars definitely have some great features to offer that will not only improve the quality of the car but also the performance of the vehicle.

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Spanish prime minister speaks on economic crisis

Monday, October 20, 2008

In an interview with Público, a Spanish newspaper, the prime minister of Spain, Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, has stated that ” if there is a global recession, it seems logical to expect that Spain will enter the recession in 2009 .”

In the interview Zapatero also described the worldwide economic situation as “difficult.” He recognized that ” the developed countries are or are going to experience negative growth, and developing countries are also going to see falling growth; resulting in a worldwide loss of jobs.”

We have a year-long financial crisis, which has had its most acute moment in the past two months, and I think now the financial markets are beginning to recover

Regarding the global financial situation, Zapatero continued by saying that “the financial system is a part of the economy, a crucial part. We have a year-long financial crisis, which has had its most acute moment in the past two months, and I think now the financial markets are beginning to recover.”

Asked about whether it would be desirable to another plan to help those overwhelmed by the size of their mortgage, Zapatero reiterated the falls in the Euro Interbank Offered Rate .

Zapatero then claimed that the average Spanish citizen would see their mortgage decrease by 28 a month (€330 per year) as result of the recent drops in interest rate, lead by seven central banks, including the European Central Bank which covers Spain, dropped their interest rate by 0.5%.

The prime minister then said that he was pleased with the role of Spain in the recent summits discussing the financial crisis, before adding that he believes the European Union will lead the way in solving the current issues in the markets.

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As increase in digital music sales slows, record labels look to new ways to make money

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Every September, the Apple iPod is redesigned. Last year saw the release of the iPod Nano 5th generation, bringing a video camera and a large range of colours to the Nano for the first time. But as Apple again prepares to unveil a redesigned product, the company has released their quarterly sales figures—and revealed that they have sold only 9m iPods for the quarter to June—the lowest number of sales since 2006, leading industry anylists to ponder whether the world’s most successful music device is in decline.

Such a drop in sales is not a problem for Apple, since the iPhone 4 and the iPad are selling in high numbers. But the number of people buying digital music players are concerning the music industry. Charles Arthur, technology editor of The Guardian, wrote that the decline in sales of MP3 players was a “problem” for record companies, saying that “digital music sales are only growing as fast as those of Apple’s devices – and as the stand-alone digital music player starts to die off, people may lose interest in buying songs from digital stores. The music industry had looked to the iPod to drive people to buy music in download form, whether from Apple’s iTunes music store, eMusic, Napster or from newer competitors such as Amazon.”

Mark Mulligan, a music and digital media analyst at Forrester Research, said in an interview that “at a time where we’re asking if digital is a replacement for the CD, as the CD was for vinyl, we should be starting to see a hockey-stick growth in download sales. Instead, we’re seeing a curve resembling that of a niche technology.” Alex Jacob, a spokesperson for the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry, which represents the worldwide music industry, agreed that there had been a fall in digital sales of music. “The digital download market is still growing,” they said. “But the percentage is less than a few years ago, though it’s now coming from a higher base.” Figures released earlier this year, Arthur wrote, “show that while CD sales fell by 12.7%, losing $1.6bn (£1bn)in value, digital downloads only grew by 9.2%, gaining less than $400m in value.”

Expectations that CDs would, in time, become extinct, replaced by digital downloads, have not come to light, Jacob confirmed. “Across the board, in terms of growth, digital isn’t making up for the fall in CD sales, though it is in certain countries, including the UK,” he said. Anylising the situation, Arthur suggested that “as iPod sales slow, digital music sales, which have been yoked to the device, are likely to slow too. The iPod has been the key driver: the IFPI’s figures show no appreciable digital download sales until 2004, the year Apple launched its iTunes music store internationally (it launched it in the US in April 2003). Since then, international digital music sales have climbed steadily, exactly in line with the total sales of iPods and iPhones.”

Nick Farrell, a TechEYE journalist, stated that the reason for the decline in music sales could be attributed to record companies’ continued reliance on Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple, saying that they had considered him the “industry’s saviour”, and by having this mindset had forgotten “that the iPod is only for those who want their music on the run. What they should have been doing is working out how to get high quality music onto other formats, perhaps even HiFi before the iPlod fad died out.”

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When Jobs negotiated a deal with record labels to ensure every track was sold for 99 cents, they considered this unimportant—the iPod was not a major source of revenue for the company. However, near the end of 2004, there was a boom in sales of the iPod, and the iTunes store suddenly began raking in more and more money. The record companies were irritated, now wanting to charge different amounts for old and new songs, and popular and less popular songs. “But there was no alternative outlet with which to threaten Apple, which gained an effective monopoly over the digital music player market, achieving a share of more than 70%” wrote Arthur. Some did attempt to challenge the iTunes store, but still none have succeeded. “Apple is now the largest single retailer of music in the US by volume, with a 25% share.”

The iTunes store now sells television shows and films, and the company has recently launced iBooks, a new e-book store. The App Store is hugely successful, with Apple earning $410m in two years soley from Apps, sales of which they get 30%. In two years, 5bn apps have been downloaded—while in seven years, 10bn songs have been purchased. Mulligan thinks that there is a reason for this—the quality of apps simply does not match up to a piece of music. “You can download a song from iTunes to your iPhone or iPad, but at the moment music in that form doesn’t play to the strengths of the device. Just playing a track isn’t enough.”

Adam Liversage, a spokesperson of the British Phonographic Industry, which represents the major UK record labels, notes that the rise of streaming services such as Spotify may be a culprit in the fall in music sales. Revenues from such companies added up to $800m in 2009. Arthur feels that “again, it doesn’t make up for the fall in CD sales, but increasingly it looks like nothing ever will; that the record business’s richest years are behind it. Yet there are still rays of hope. If Apple – and every other mobile phone maker – are moving to an app-based economy, where you pay to download games or timetables, why shouldn’t recording artists do the same?”

Well, apparently they are. British singer Peter Gabriel has released a ‘Full Moon Club’ app, which is updated every month with a new song. Arthur also notes that “the Canadian rock band Rush has an app, and the industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails, led by Trent Reznor – who has been critical of the music industry for bureaucracy and inertia – released the band’s first app in April 2009.” It is thought that such a system will be an effective method to reduce online piracy—”apps tend to be tied to a particular handset or buyer, making them more difficult to pirate than a CD”, he says—and in the music industry, piracy is a very big problem. In 2008, the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry estimated that 95% of downloads were illegitimate. If musicians can increase sales and decrease piracy, Robert says, it can only be a good thing.

“It’s early days for apps in the music business, but we are seeing labels and artists experimenting with it,” Jacob said. “You could see that apps could have a premium offering, or behind-the-scenes footage, or special offers on tickets. But I think it’s a bit premature to predict the death of the album.” Robert concluded by saying that it could be “premature to predict the death of the iPod just yet too – but it’s unlikely that even Steve Jobs will be able to produce anything that will revive it. And that means that little more than five years after the music industry thought it had found a saviour in the little device, it is having to look around again for a new stepping stone to growth – if, that is, one exists.”

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Investigation launched after two military aircraft nearly collide with passenger airliner

Sunday, February 6, 2011

New safety procedures are to be implemented after an American Airlines Boeing 777 came close to colliding with two U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster III aircraft off the coast of New York, United States, last month. Radar data indicates the aircraft came within 1 miles (2 km) of each other before the flight crew of the Boeing 777 took evasive action as an alarm sounded in the cockpit of the jet.

An aviation official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the traffic collision avoidance system alarm which sounded in the cockpit of the passenger jet, which had 259 people aboard, “may be what saved the day,” since C-17 cargo aircraft are not highly manoeuvrable. Investigators have reportedly found the aircraft would have collided head-on.

The National Transportation Safety Board has launched a “major investigation” into the incident, and confirmed there were no injuries in the incident. The Federal Aviation Administration, the government department responsible for aviation in the U.S., said in a statement air traffic controllers are “reviewing a variety of procedures including the handling of formation flights, aircraft near sector boundaries.”

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What To Expect With A Traditional Facelift

What to Expect with a Traditional Facelift


Carol DesRuisseaux

A facelift (rhytidectomy) is a surgical procedure performed by cosmetic and plastic surgeons to reduce the signs of aging of the face. Advanced technologies over the years have made nonsurgical facial rejuvenation procedures very popular, but if you are seeking the most dramatic changes and improvements, a traditional facelift may be the best choice for you.

How can I determine if a facelift is right for me?

A facelift is not for everyone. The decision to undergo a facelift should only be made after careful research and consultation; with our cosmetic surgeon.You may be an appropriate candidate for a facelift if you have sagging or loose facial skin, loss of muscle tone in the face, deep creases and wrinkles, or excess or misplaced fatty deposits. A facelift can address all of these issues and provide you with dramatic long-lasting results.

How can I prepare for a facelift?

If you have made the decision to get a

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you should carefully follow your surgeon s instructions and be sure to ask questions if you need further information or clarification. Pretreatment instructions may include but are not limited to reviewing your medical history with your surgeon; avoiding aspirin, supplements, or medications that can increase bleeding; quitting smoking; and submitting to any lab testing that may be necessary. You will receive specific instructions for the day before and morning of your surgery as well as what to expect and how to care for yourself following the surgery.

What can I expect during treatment?

After anesthesia is administered, your surgeon will make small incisions along the natural curvature of the ears. These incisions may extend into the scalp. Next, the skin will be pulled back from the muscles. Here, excess fat can be removed and redistributed and underlying tissue and muscles can then be lifted and tightened. Finally, excess skin will be removed and the closing sutures made.

What is the recovery time and process?

Immediately following surgery you will wear a compression bandage for approximately one week to help minimize swelling and bruising and maximize results. During this time you will need to sleep with your head elevated and avoid lifting and bending, which can cause strain on the sutures. Your surgeon will have personalized instructions for you about how to care for your sutures, watch for any signs of infection, reduce swelling, and promote healing. Ultimately, the suture scars will be mostly hidden in the hairline and will fade over time.

What are the general results of a facelift?

A facelift can provide you with a dramatically smoother, firmer face. The results are long-lasting for years to come and can be extended by protecting your skin from the damaging effects of the sun. Your new, more youthful appearance will make you look and feel years younger.

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Cloned cattle’s milk and meat seem safe, according to new study

Tuesday, April 12, 2005

A National Academy of Sciences report (.pdf) last year said that while the milk and meat from cloned animals would not likely make anyone sick, more research should be performed. Now, a new US-Japan study published in the April 11 online issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences says that milk and meat from cloned cattle does indeed appear to meet industry standards and appears to be safe for human consumption.

As BBC News reports, the scientists, led by Professor Jerry Yang from the University of Connecticut, compared the produce from two beef and four dairy clones, all derived from a single Holstein dairy cow and a single Japanese black bull, with the produce from normal animals of similar age and breed.

The meat was analysed against more than 100 physiological, tissue and cellular components, while the milk was analysed for protein, fat and other variables. No significant differences between the produce of cloned and normal cattle were found. Higher levels of fat and fatty acids were found in the cloned cow meat, but they still fell within beef industry standards.

While the study showed the cloned produce to be within the range approved for human consumption, the scientists stressed that the research was still in its early stages. Their findings, they said, provide “guidelines” for further research with larger numbers of clones from different genetic backgrounds.

Cloning livestock may one day increase yields by copying those animals that are especially productive and especially resistant to disease.

“The milking production levels in the US are three to four times higher than levels in China; maybe even five times or more compared to cows in India and some other countries,” Professor Jerry Yang told BBC News. “Therefore cloning could offer technology for duplicating superior farm animals. However, all the products from these cloned animals must be safe for human consumption. …and it is a major issue for scientists to provide a scientific basis for the data and information to address this question.”

As USA Today reports, there is currently no law governing the sale of meat or milk from the estimated 1,000 to 2,000 cloned farm animals in the USA. But since 2003, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has asked producers to voluntarily keep the meat and milk of these animals, and that of their offspring, out of the food supply.

Wired News reports that companies like ViaGen and Cyagra, which offer livestock-cloning services, have also been waiting for several years for a final say from the FDA.

“For the United States agricultural industry, (cloning) can reduce the number of cows necessary for milking,” said Jerry Yang “They can have a pleasant environment and produce even more milk.” He also said that cloning cattle from the United States, where genetic breeding is more advanced, could save developing countries 50 years of breeding.

The idea of cloning animals for human consumption is not without its critics. First, there are the welfare concerns, as most cloned animals do not make it to term before being born, and many of those that do are born deformed or prone to illness. The Humane Society of the United States has asked for a ban on milk and meat from clones for just this reason. Second, there is still the concern that healthy clones may have subtle defects that could make their food products unsafe to eat.

As the Washington Post reports, some critics are asking why it is necessary to clone cows that produce huge amounts of milk when surpluses, rather than shortages, are the main problem facing the U.S. dairy industry today.

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Matt Smith revealed as 11th incarnation of Doctor Who

Thursday, January 8, 2009

Actor Matt Smith will be the next to portray the Doctor on the BBC television program Doctor Who. Smith will be the eleventh incarnation of the Doctor, taking over from actor David Tennant who will end his time with the series after filming four editions of the program through 2009. The Doctor comes from a race of Timelords, and has the ability to “regenerate” and change appearance when his health is failing. William Hartnell was the first actor to play the Doctor, from 1963–1966. Smith will become the new occupant of the Doctor’s time machine and spacecraft the “TARDIS” in 2010.

David Tennant will be a very hard act to follow, but I’m optimistic that the new Doctor will be just as good.

John Harper, founder of the Scarborough and Ryedale Astronomical Society and a fan of the series, called the decision to cast 26-year-old Smith in the role “wonderful”. MP for Scarborough Robert Goodwill, also a fan of the program, told the Scarborough Evening News: “David Tennant will be a very hard act to follow, but I’m optimistic that the new Doctor will be just as good.”

He is possibly going to be one of the best Doctors we’ve ever had.

Matt Smith, 26, portrayed researcher Danny Foster on the political drama Party Animals, which aired on BBC Two in 2007. Fellow actor Andrew Buchan from Party Animals told The Guardian: “It’s a sublime bit of casting. He’s got that huge hair, a twinkle in his eye — Matt’s the king of geek chic. He is possibly going to be one of the best Doctors we’ve ever had.”

After a back injury got in the way of Smith’s goal of becoming a footballer, his drama teacher Jerry Hardingham at Northampton School for Boys encouraged him to pursue acting. Though Smith did not audition, Hardingham cast him in a school production of the play Twelve Angry Men. Hardingham later convinced Smith to join the National Youth Theatre, and he landed the lead role in the play Murder in the Cathedral, performing before members of the British Royal Family and other VIPs at the Westminster Cathedral.

David Tennant, 37, has portrayed the Doctor on Doctor Who since taking over for Christopher Eccleston in 2005. A major feature of his character’s stories involved a romantic interest in his companion in the TARDIS, Rose, played by actress Billie Piper.

Tennant announced his exit from the program on October 29, 2008, at the National Television Awards in the United Kingdom, during his speech accepting the outstanding drama performance award at the program. Doctor Who was recognized with the award for most popular drama program.

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“I love this part, and I love this show so much that if I don’t take a deep breath and move on now I never will, and you’ll be wheeling me out of the Tardis in my bath chair,” said Tennant in his address to the audience in attendance at the Royal Albert Hall. He was previously recognized at the National Television Awards for his role in Doctor Who with the award for most popular actor, in 2006 and 2007.

Tennant is currently performing the lead role in Hamlet with the Royal Shakespeare Company, and his engagement at the Novello Theatre in Westminster, London is set to end on January 10. He portrayed Hamlet 60 times with the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon-Avon prior to the production’s move to London.

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Manitoba volunteers go to war against Red River flooding

Monday, April 6, 2009

Over 1,600 volunteers registered to help build approximately 65,000 of the 500,000 sandbags to create dikes 20.5 feet (6.2 meters) high to protect the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba in the war against the Red River of the North flood.

700 volunteers answered at the rural municipality of St. Andrews alone. Once sandbags are filled for West St. Paul, St. Andrews, and Selkirk, then frozen culverts must be cleared.

The height of the river is expected to be Thursday, and predictions are that it will be less than Flood of the Century of 1997. There is no precipitation in the forecast, and snow in the province should be melted by the end of the week.

“The fear right now is we have to get that ice out of the river. The Amphibex [Excavators] are still working and breaking the ice apart, and everyday we buy with the warm weather and the current, it is thinning the ice down a bit, so when it does start to move, the better chance it’ll move right out into the lake,” said Paul Guyder, the emergency coordinator for the RMs of St. Andrews and St. Clements.

“I feel that we’ve done everything humanly possible to get ready,” said Gary Doer, Premier of Manitoba, “But … there are fallibilities with human behaviour. We can take every preventative measure as human beings possible and we can still get Mother Nature proving again she is superior.”

Communities with ring diking will partially or fully close their dikes at the beginning of the week. Provincial officials are considering opening the Red River Floodway gates around mid-week before ice is fully melted.

Ice jams could cause flooding within the city, however opening the gates could spare neighbourhood flooding when the river rises to the estimated 6.3 meters (20.7 feet) height. The province does have back up plans for dealing with ice jams within the city if they do occur. The unpredictability of ice jams and the ensuing water level rise may cause neighbourhood flooding. The city is raising dikes where the river has jammed with ice in the past such as on tight curves and past bridges. Likewise there are excavators and backhoes positioned at these points.

Vulnerable neighbourhoods on the river banks have been reinforced with sandbag dikes at vulnerable areas from the massive volunteer effort over the weekend. Guyader feels no more extra volunteers are needed, however volunteers are still being asked to leave their names and number in case of unpredicted need. Existing personnel will assess roads, and help with clean up.

Approximately 400 of the 800 people who evacuated the Roseau River Anishinabe First Nation have returned to their homes.

Former Premier, Dufferin Roblin, brought forward the floodway as a protection for Winnipeg residents and economy following the 1950 Red River Flood. The Red River floodway, “Duff’s Ditch” was finally finished in 1968, and its floodway gates have been opened 20 times saving Winnipeg from an estimated CA$10 billion in damages. The floodway expansion began in 2005 at a price of $665 million.

Polish and Chinese experts have come to survey the Red River Floodway, and Dennis Walaker, mayor of Fargo, North Dakota recognises the need for Red River flood defences down river. “Every town that you drive by from the Canadian line up to Winnipeg is either elevated or ring-diked,” said Walaker.

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Should Employees Be Afraid Of A Time Tracker?}

Should Employees Be Afraid Of A Time Tracker?


Ivan PetrovTypically employees are quite concerned with such an event, as it is often the case with changing of tried ways. Any manager who wants to successfully install and use a time tracking system in his company should prepare the employees first and show them the benefits of using the software.It mustn’t be all about micro-managing and restricting freedom, but about becoming more productive, getting more gone and getting paid more. Staff should be able to focus on what they’re good at their work, not on a time tracker.

A More Dynamic And Flexible Workspace

The advantages of using a time tracker are not always straightforward. When a program you use is simple and user-friendly, you are able to collect a valuable and representative data about the work, processes, projects, and overall efficiency, starting from a single employee and up to the company as a whole. If a project is lagging behind and needs more people to work on it you’ll be able to see it in a very short time, and not when it’s too late. If someone works on the road, or remotely, you’ll not need to guess what they are up to, as you will have a report from the automatic time tracker. This way flexibility goes hand in hand with accountability.

Less Guessing, More Knowing

Using the time tracker for specific projects, jobs, or customers while paying attention to the data collected by the program, allows you to stop guessing about many important parameters of efficiency and productivity, as well as to provide your customers with precise bills with proof.

You will know how many hours of each employee (with their individual specialities and skill levels) it took to accomplish this or that project for this or that customer.If an employee is overworked or if a project needs more time than it was supposed, it can be fixed in real time, with calculated corrections made for future similar projects. This way the tension between project managers and team members will be reduced as there will be reasonable deadlines set and resources for projects allocated.

An Efficient Employee Is A Respected Employee

A time tracker provides the transparency needed to a manager and teammates without constant checks and interruptions of an employee. When every member of the team understands who else is on the task and where are they. It streamlines workflows organically.

Make Sure Your Employees Are In The Same Boat With The Time Tracker

The time tracker of CrocoTime offers a 14-days free trial of both SaaS and standalone applications. Take advantage of this offer and try it out on as many computers as possible to collect the actual data of your organization’s work. Once you see the results, you’ll love it.

CrocoTime team also provides customer service in the early stages and later stages of the time tracker’s implementation to make it easy for all your team. Be sure to check our use cases from different types of businesses.

Today CrocoTime is approved by more than 500 of customers ranging from small companies to enterprises of different spheres of business: production companies, project companies, trading, and service companies have been using CrocoTime to become more productive and efficient.

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