July 20, 2011: Computer Puppets and Vampire Facelifts
1st Hour Guest: Rene’ Compton
“Computer Puppets Go to the Head of the Class”
The “Shark Tank” TV show missed a good one. Last September, Rene’ Compton of Orlando, Florida, sent in an audition tape and made it through the first round but then was cut. She could have shown them a thing or two: How she has Kindergartners already typing in public and private Florida schools and Preschoolers asking Grandpa how much RAM he has on his home computer.
Compton takes her cues from Sesame Street by using her Computer Puppets to teach young children how to use the computer. “If I do this in a fun, interactive way, then frustration could be eliminated. Kids are easier to teach than adults because I took away the fear of the unknown. When Sesame Street first came out, a lot of people couldn’t read. Many adults learned to read with it.”
Compton heads up Compton Learning Co, Inc., ( www.computerpuppets.com ) with her learning program for kids from Kindergarten through Fifth Graders using puppets via a professional teaching video in four parts.
Part Four is about Internet safety , and it features the Byte family. There is even a surprise guest portraying Megabyte, the Mom. It’s none other than Dr.Hildy voicing Megabyte. “It’s just a fun way for the kids to learn – and, of course, the adults,also,” says Compton, whose fertile imagination has created 24 individual puppets.
“There is a flash card for every character,” says Compton. Make no mistake, though. The star of the show is Gopher, the loveable computer mouse himself.
In Part Three of the training video, the kids even learn how to build a website on a piece of paper by putting together the entire web using string and their own decorations, aided by Compton’s teaching manual, which the classroom teacher utilizes. “At the end of the year, they understand all about routers,” says Compton.
It’s the latest thing in Hollywood. Just take a half hour after work to make your face look like new for $1500. IHS Press Editor Nancy Kersey knows how seductive those non-surgical facelift procedures are. She came close once, but reconsidered due to the hazards. Just think: actress Lisa Rinna’s lips.
“Why discuss this?” asks Dr. Hildy. “These are toxic substances that you as a human being have the choice to inject into your body, and it’s only temporary. If you have an implant, you better have the money in ten years to take it out and have a new one put in.”
Today’s hot ticket: “Nano materials that make a thin film, like sheets versus Botox® bio-fillers for under tissue and neuro toxins from a bacteria,” says Dr. Hildy. Restylane® bio-fillers are comprised of fibers, fillers and adhesives like Super Glue. The new nano thin film technology is used in Juvederm® or Juvederm XC®.
“That’s why I got involved in creating our Baci Mi™ line, starting with oxygenated oils (coconut and olive, manufactured by Kersey). I realized, though, people don’t want to put oils under their makeup in the daytime.”
As a result, Dr. Hildy started working with her aloe gel. Then she began blending pure essential oils into the formula, coming up with her Medicinal Botanicals of Antiquity™. “It is pure, healthy and nourishing to the skin, so you don’t feel suffocated,” she said.
For her latest formulation, Dr. Hildy turned to edible flowers and their leaves – nasturtiums, in particular, which her family has always relished eating. “I realized they have the active ingredients of cataplasma. This allows any injured or wrinkled tissue to rebuild itself,” she says.
Initial testing revealed miraculous results: A 9-month-old appendectomy scar gone in three days; MRSA gone in three days; scar tissue dissolved from internal injured muscles from a dislocated knee 20 years ago. And that’s just the beginning . . .
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