Dr. Rod Rodrich Inovative Plastic Surgeon

Dr. Rod Rodrich is perhaps one of the greatest plastic surgeons operating today. He was raised on a ranch in North Dakota. Dr. Rod Rodrich earned his post-graduate degrees with highest honors from the North Dakota state University and the University of North Dakota. After earning his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine, he went on to study pediatric plastic surgery at Oxford in England.

Dr Rod Rohrich is recognized as an internationally significant contributor in the field of plastic reconstructive surgery. Dr. Rod Rodrich is also recognized for his work in education, facial esthetics and aging. Dr Rod Rohrich holds the Christal Charity Ball of Distinguished Chair in plastic surgery. He is currently a Professor and Chairperson of the Department of Plastic Surgery at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas replacing Dr. Fritz E. Barton.

As a chairman, he has held many different positions. Dr. Rod Rohrich has been a selected chairman of the American Medical Association. He has also served as the president of the American Society of Plastic Surgery as well as the Association of Academic Chairman of Plastic Surgery.

Dr. Rod Rohrich has delivered over 900 scientific presentations. These cover all aspects of plastic surgery. He has also written over 30 textbook chapters and has edited four textbooks. The Doctor has also authored or co-authored over 300 med line-indexed publications. He remains actively involved in many different organizations that are designed to regulate, advance and promote plastic surgery.

Dr Rod Rohrich is also the Editor in Chief of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. His work encompasses all fields of plastic surgery. It includes facial reconstruction, nasal rhinoplasty, and liposuction. Dr Rod Rohrich has chaired over 100 international and national symposium. Dr. Rod Rohrich has earned many awards. They cannot all be listed in this short article. In all his work has greatly advanced his field, and he remains one of the top medical scientists in the country.

Vijay Eswaran – A strategy for marketing


Vijay Eswaran was born Oct 7th, 1960 in Penang, Malaysia. His parents are Vijayaratnam Saravanamuthu, former Malaysian Ministry of Labour and Pushpavathy Chinnaiah, a school-teacher. As an employee with the Labour Ministry, Vijayaratnam’s often found himself moving his family around Malaysia during Vijay childhood.

Vijay Eswaran attended the London School of Economics where he graduated with a degree in socio-economics in 1984. Thereafter, his occupation path was quite divers. After graduation, Vijay Eswaran stayed in Europe where he worked several odd jobs for a year which included construction in Belgium, driving cabs in London and picking grapes in France.

While in the UK, he was exposed to the binary marketing plan, which led him to acquire a professional business qualification from CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants) in the UK, then in 1986 his earned his MBA from the Southern Illinois University.

At this time, Vijay Eswaran was working part-time in multilevel marketing (MLM) for Synaptics in the U.S. After returning to Malaysia, Vijay Eswaran was approached by the Cosway Group about starting a business in the Philippines. This is when he took a more serious approach to MIM.

After Vijay Eswaran returned to Asia in 1998, he co-founded the multilevel marketing company that eventually grew to what is now, the QI Group. The QI Group is an e-commerce conglomerate that markets wellness products, luxury products, telecommunications, media, travel and corporate investments.

The QI Group has grown to have regional offices in Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore and Hong Kong, with a presence in 10 countries throughout a vast range of subsidiary companies. Vijay Eswaran has spoken at business and management forums such as the World Economic Forum and in India, at the sixth Pravasi Bharatiya Divas.

As an author, In the Sphere of Silence was his first publication launched in 2005. It details his philosophy in management which begins every morning with an hour of meditation. Vijay Eswaran also developed a program called Thought of the Day (TOD).

In the Thinking Zone, his second book was published in May 2008. This release is a reflection of his thoughts and on life. In 18 Stepping Stones, his third book, which was published in 2010. His fourth book, On the Wings of Thought was released in 2011. It is a collection of his personal photography.

Vijay Eswaran established the RYTHM Foundation, the QI group’s corporate social responsibility out-reach. Vijay Eswaran established a charitable organization in Malaysia called the Vijayaratnam Foundation after his father. Vijay Eswaran began community programs through these foundations such as mentorship.

Is SPECTRE A Two-Part Affair?

A few neat photos have been released by nndb.com according to this news article that Bruce Karatz forwarded to me.  from the set of the new James Bond movie SPECTRE. The images are evocative of some of the older James Bond outing and fans are pretty thrilled over what they have seen. Now, fans are buzzing over some very interesting news coming from the SPECTRE set. Something that has never, ever been done in a Bond film before is becoming a possibility. SPECTRE may be, essentially, a two-part movie.

Are two-part movies slowly becoming an accepted way of producing a Hollywood film?

Kill Bill was not supposed to be two parts, but the movie would have been five hours if not split into two chapters. No other film series went this route, but all is about to change. Avengers Infinity War and D.C. Comics’ Justice League are slated as two-part features. SPECTRE just might be another one.

Well, we do not know that for sure yet. The producers and studio execs are keeping a lot about the film under wraps. Reportedly, the film sets up the next one in the series. Does this mean the events of the film continue into another sequel or is same film going to be released as SPECTRE Part I followed by SPECTRE Part II? Again, we just don’t know yet.

The current budget for SPECTRE is, to put it mildly, way out of control. $300 millions makes it one of the all-time most costly films ever made. If the second part of the film is brought in at half that and both films pull in $1 billion at the worldwide box office, then all will be well.

It just might take Sony 6 years or so to get all the money back. Consider that better than never.

John Textor Digitally Recreates Iconic Stars

John Textor is not a household name, but the technology he is heading up at Pulse Evolution should quickly become known by people around the World. From 2012 to 2014 the first digital human beings to return to the stage of some of the largest live events in the World was the moment Textor’s Pulse Evolution started to become well known amongst the public and some of the biggest entertainment estates in the World. The arrival of digital human beings on a live events stage should began a movement that will see some of the best known stars in the World return to the stage to join Tupac Shakur and Michael Jackson in returning to the stage.

The move to Pulse Evolution for Textor came after he successfully relaunched the Digital Domain brand in Hollywood to become one of the top performing visual effects studios in the World. Textor noted that Digital Domain had never found traction within Hollywood as it’s offerings were diverse and unfocused, he determined the problem could be removed by focusing the company on producing the highest quality visual effects. Under Textor’s tenure as leader of Digital Domain the company became a supplier of visual effects to some of the World’s top visual effects houses, supplying effects for Transformers and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.

Moving to Pulse Evolution has provided Textor with the opportunity to once again be at the forefront of the development of the latest in visual effects technology. Creating legendary entertainment figures in digital form is a difficult task, which sees many hours spent developing each individual figure before they appear on stage at large events. Textor and his team are also determined to produce the most realistic and believable performances available, which can include working with friends, family and collaborators of each individual to make sure the movements, facial expressions and style of the performance is perfect. As each individual performance takes many hours to produce the likelihood is a legends tour consisting of many digital performers appearing for small segments will be produced or an icon of the stage or screen will appear as small part of a musical play or performance.