1. CONDITIONAL ACCESS
What is Web Portal? It is our theory of the of speed and access to information which, according to Einstein's theory, approaches the speed of light and theoretically slows time. Einstein showed that traveling at or faster than these speeds becomes infinite. Some, like British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking, have said so. But others think there may be a way to find "shortcuts" with the Portal technology. In the late 1980's Kip Thorne of the University of California at Berkeley suggested that an object known as the Portal does exist in space. These doorways would essentially be the Portal to the space-time continuum everyone has been searching for.
By finding the Portal , it will provide searcher a passageway to a past or future point on the undulating river of time. Thorne developed the theory after Carl Sagan had asked him whether there could be a way he could send the heroine of his novel, Contact ,through the portal a great distance and return home the same day.
The book and the movie by the same name, starring Jodie Foster, featured Thorne's Portal phenomenon. Besides locating a real-time l portal, scientists we need to find a way to keep the portal's entrances open long enough for a person to pass through to a desired location and return.
Due to quantum mechanics , the field of physics that governs the mechanics of the inner world of atoms, forces would cause the Portal to expand infinitely. Some have said filling the portal with large amounts of exotic, or attractive materials requires enormous ingenuity. It also requires Portal scientists to devise and merge relativity with those laws governing quantum mechanics in a so-called Theory of Digital Transport.
Halpern, says that past, present and future, exist and influence each other simultaneously in our universe through access found in the powerful Portal.
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By accessing this or any other Web Portal Design Corporation, the User agrees to be bound by the following statement of ownership, governmental immunity, and statutes.
Web Portal Design Corporation is a not-for-profit [501(c)(3)] California Public Benefit Corporation, a registered charity with the Attorney General. The official corporate Web Site address is -- http://www.webportal.org.
The User registrant or other person or entity, acknowledges and agrees to the preexisting publication and ownership of the copyrighted computer program code within the respective Internet Web site engineering design, copyrights, trademark, service mark, and product branding of the world famous digital graphics Web site WEBPORTAL.ORG®, on file with USPTO, and whose registered educational publications, affiliates, subsidiaries, and business entities are: The American Law Review, Bulldog Newspaper, California Star Newspaper, Clovis Free Press Newspaper, Daily Republican Newspaper, Fresno Magazine, Fresno Republican Newspaper, Interior Deco Corporation, MotherWire Magazine, Rampage Newspaper, River Park Newspaper, Yosemite Nature Notes, Yosemite Valley Newspaper, Web Portal Inc., A Delaware Corporation, and PC Paramedic Newsletter.
Web Portal Design Corp. (WEBPORTAL.ORG®) was founded in 1986. Its nonprofit business development is directed toward enhanced impact and financial sustainability in community and business development services.
Web Portal Design Corp. recognizes that its mission includes operation and development of efficient business practices in the furtherance of its charitable causes. It has found the operative pathway to combine the very best of the not-for-profit, philanthropic world with the very best management and marketing techniques of the for-profit enterprise.
As philanthropic sources of funds are becoming less reliable we are encountering for-profit businesses, which are encroaching on market strategy of the 501 (c)(3) community foundation.
Those funding foundations today, are demanding more accountability. In the face of this new reality, an increasing number of forward-looking nonprofits are beginning to appreciate the increased revenue, focus and effectiveness that can come from adopting "for profit" business approaches.
Increasingly, foundations are fulfilling their new mission as social entrepreneurs with an infusion of business acumen in dynamic field of social entrepreneurship.
It involves combining the best practices of the nonprofit and for-profit sectors to simultaneously enhance a nonprofit impact and financial sustainability through mission-related earned income activities. Our process for nonprofit business development involves: recognizing that your organization's vision, mission and strategic goals represent the purpose and context for your business development.
Gaining a better understanding of the motivations and support for business development, both within our organization and in our community. Identifying the major assets and capabilities that our organization has to invest in its business and community development programs.
To accomplish this purpose, we Identify our best mission-related corporate public service opportunities. Researching each of our opportunities for feasibility and selecting the most appropriate ones to develop. Developing strategic marketing and service deliver plans for each of our selected opportunities. Implementing our business plans, including adjusting them as necessary.
Nonprofit business development can take three primary forms: enhancing the impact and financial sustainability of a nonprofit's planned giving and fund raising projects; creating freestanding mission-centered enterprises; entering into mutually-beneficial relationships with corporations.
Nonprofit business development can have a variety of positive impacts on a nonprofit organization, including: More accurate understanding of community needs Higher quality of service by focusing on what you do best More effective and efficient operations in our organizations.
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The User agrees to be bound by California statutory provisions as to litigation under California Code of Civil Procedures Sec. 425.15 and related, and all of the terms and conditions contained in this User Agreement ("Agreement"). Web Web Portal Design Corp., a California public benefit corporate entity, reserve the right at its discretion to change the terms of this Agreement and will notify users of any such changes by online postings. Your continued use of any Web Portal Inc., and Web Portal Design Corp. web site after the posting of any notice of change in terms shall constitute your acceptance to be bound by any such changes, and to conform to the restrictions set forth in official California statutes and related legal precedents pertaining to judicial proceedings against compensated or uncompensated employees, offices and directors of Web Portal Design Corporation.
2. LIMITATIONS ON ACCESS TO PROPRIETARY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND SUPPORTING TECHNOLOGY
Copyright and Restrictions.
All information displayed, transmitted or carried on any Web Portal web site (including, but not limited to, directories, guides, news articles, opinions, reviews, text, photographs, images, illustrations, audio clips, video clips, trademarks, service marks and the like, collectively the "Content") is protected by International Copyright and other intellectual property laws. Unless otherwise identified, the Content is owned by Web Portal Corporation, its affiliates or third party licensees, whose source code, HTML, text, graphic representations, hyperlinks, and source code content, are provided as a public service and are not warrantees as to functionality or suitability for any particular user, or group of users. You may not modify, publish, transmit, transfer, sell, reproduce, create derivative work from, distribute, repost, perform, display, or in any way commercially exploit any of the Content or infringe upon trademarks or service marks contained in such Content. You agree to abide by all copyright notices and restrictions attached to any Content accessed through the any Web Portal web site, not to alter the Content in any way, and not to alter or remove any trademark, copyright, watermark, logo or any other notice from copies of the Content.
You may make a single copy of the content displayed on any Web Portal web site for personal, noncommercial use only, provided that you do not remove any trademarks, copyright and any other notice contained in such Content. You shall not archive or retain any Content in any form without the written permission from the Web Portal Inc. You may not distribute (including via e-mail or the Internet), or otherwise make available, copies to others, whether or not for payment or other consideration, without the written permission from Web Portal You may submit requests for permission to retain, distribute or reproduce to Web Portal Corporation by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. SUBMISSION OF MANUSCRIPTS & OTHER MATERIALS
All information submitted to Web Portal Corporation. via this site or through any other medium of communication shall be deemed and remain the property of Web Portal Inc. which shall be free to use, rewrite, and republish same for any purpose, including but not limited to any ideas, concepts, know-how or techniques contained in information obtained by Web Portal Inc. from any visitor to this Web site.
Web Portal Corporation shall not be subject to any obligations of confidentiality regarding submitted information except as agreed by the Web Portal Inc. entity having the direct customer relationship or as otherwise specifically agreed or required by law.
4. CHANGES IN THE WEB PORTAL CORPORATION WEB SITE
Web Portal Corporation, may modify, suspend, discontinue or restrict the use of any portion of the any Web Portal Inc. web site, including the availability of any Content feature, at any time and without notice or liability.
5. GENERAL DISCLAIMER AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
Web Portal Design Corporation., its affiliated web pages, and The Web Portal foundation Web Site [Webportal.org] contain hyperlinks, which are the copyrighted or trademarked property of their owners to which users may access facts, views, opinions, statements and recommendations of third party individuals and organizations. Web Portal Inc. does not represent or endorse the accuracy, correctness or reliability of any advice, opinion, statement, schedule or other information displayed, uploaded or distributed through any Web Portal Corporation web site hyperlinks. You acknowledge that any reliance upon any such opinion, advice, statement or information shall be at your sole risk.
Web Portal Corporation makes no warranty regarding any hosted web site nor any content, services or products provided through or in connection with the any web site hosted by Web Portal Corporation it's affiliates or subcontracts. Web Portal expressly disclaims any and all warranties, express or implied, including, without limitation: (a) any warranties as to the availability, accuracy, completeness or content of information, products or services which are part of the Web Portal Inc. web site; and (b) warranties of fitness for a particular purpose, or merchantability or against infringement. In no event will Web Portal Inc., its affiliates, licensees, employees, agents or contractors be liable to you for any damages or losses, including without limitation indirect, consequential special, incidental or punitive damages resulting from or caused by use of any Web Portal Inc. web site, its public posting bulletin boards, chat rooms, its content or any errors or omissions in its content, even if advised of the possibility of such damages.
The User registrant or other, agrees that access to Web Portal web sites is free and entry upon said we site is at Users risk, that no cause of action shall arise thereby for negligence for breach of any alleged duty owed by the Web Portal Corporation or its affiliates to the user to exercise a prescribed standard of care and that there is no causal link between any alleged breach of duty and any purported resultant user injury and further that the user waives all claims for financial recover under a cause of action on any theory, however remote, based upon negligence theory, or presumptions of substantive law. In any action for personal injury, property damage, liability for non-economic damages shall be allocated in direct proportion to that defendant's percentage of fault.
The User registrant or other, agrees that entry into Web Portal web sites, is granted freely and is not a bargained-for-exchange and is at the User's sole discretion and entry upon the Web Portal Corporation website properties is at the user's own risk. The User registrant or other, agrees that in no event any liability of Web Portal Corporation, its affiliates, licensees, employees, agent, volunteers or contractors serving without compensation, including without limitation any liability for damages caused or allegedly caused by any alleged negligence whatsoever, or alleged failure of performance, error, omission, interruption, deletion, defect, delay in operation or transmission, computer virus, communications line failure, theft or destruction or unauthorized access to, alteration of, or use of records, whether for breach of contract, tortious behavior, carelessness, or under any other cause of action, shall be subject to the statute of limitations, rules of court, and statutes as set forth from time to time, under California Law and as set out in Paragraph 6, as follows.
Officers, directors, volunteers of Web Portal Design Corporation are understood to be individually and collectively a non-jural entity. See California Code of Civil Procedure 425.15 ["...No cause of action against a person serving without compensation as a director or officer of a nonprofit corporation described in this section, on account of any negligent act or omission by that person within the scope of that person's duties as a director acting in the capacity of a board member, or as an officer acting in the capacity of, and within the scope of the duties of, an officer, shall be included in a complaint or other pleading unless the court enters an order allowing the pleading...]
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