Evelyen is an Anglo-Saxon word that means “of the moon”. In fact, it is used to describe the sun god, Sol. The meaning of Evelyen in the context of the Bible is “a giantess”. It’s interesting that this giantess was mentioned in the Bible as being on the opposite side of the moon from the sun. This is interesting because, according to the Bible, Satan is a messenger from the Sun God. So where did Satan come from?

Some people believe that Evelyen was a daughter of the Sun God, while others think she was the daughter of the Moon God. It’s not impossible that she was the daughter of both, but it’s more likely that she was the daughter of Sol, the god of the oceans, which was also the god of the sky and the sea. When she became a goddess, she started learning astrology, writing books on astrology, and learning how to make astrological charts. And she became the first personification of time.

So, what did Evelyen do? She became a priestess and started studying divination and magic. One of her most prized students was the magician Menes, who became one of her most trusted advisers. He advised her to make an elixir of Lachesis, which is a mixture of frankincense and myrrh.

Evelyen wanted to make the mix into a potion for her, but she didn’t know how. She didn’t have much experience in making things, so she took out her own life in search of someone who would make the mix correctly. She named her concoction Lachesis and drank it, hoping that it would give her all the skin care she needed. She hoped that by making the mix, she’d be able to undo all the damage that she’d done to herself by her past bad decisions.

It worked-kind of. Before she knew it, she was a celebrity, ready to hire bodyguards to protect her at all times. But she wasn’t done yet; she needed to start mixing her own special elixir.

Evelyen kept making her own elixir, but she wasn’t satisfied with the results. She kept trying different combinations, until she found the right combination for her. The secret to Evelyen’s success was in her ingredients.

The secret to Evelyen’s success had nothing to do with her elixir-it had everything to do with her attitude. She was patient, kind, generous, and willing to learn. She was willing to work hard, but she still didn’t think that she was good enough just yet. She put in a lot of effort, but she was persistent.

If you’re going to use skin care products, then you owe it to yourself to try out something like Evelyen’s elixir of life. This product will help you look better and feel better, even if you’re not yet twenty-one. You’ll see for yourself how easy it is. Who knows? Maybe someday you can look back on this time and say that it was the best thing you ever did for yourself.

Evelyen’s elixir of life was created based on traditional Chinese medicine. The mixture contains an ingredient called Kaolin. This ingredient is said to be able to help relieve dryness. If you feel that your face is feeling too dry, then you should give Evelyen’s elixir of life a try. Many people are saying that it does wonders for skin care problems.

As with all natural or organic skin care products, there is always the risk that the ingredients in them can be harmful for you. That’s why you need to make sure that you know what you’re putting on your skin. Evelyen’s website lists the complete ingredients in their elixir of life. They also list the expiration date on each product.

If you’re allergic to kaolin, then you should avoid using any of the skin care products that contain kaolin as an ingredient. One of the best natural skin care creams that uses Kaolin as an active ingredient is Vichy. The Vichy products do not use any other animal by products. Their elixir of life cream is free of any allergens and irritants. The cream is also non-comedogenic and hypoallergenic.

Some people might find that there are many similarities between the elixir of life and Vichy products. However, the only similarity between these two creams is their natural ingredients. Both of them are excellent for sensitive skin. They have been recommended by several well-known celebrities because of the great results that they have seen. If you’re suffering from dry skin, then make sure you look at all of the Evelyen reviews that you can find before you decide to buy.

The Internet Archive is honored to receive today a Knight News Challenge grant to support our collaborative efforts to help citizens make sound decisions in the 2016 U.S. elections; for the best interests of themselves, their communities and future generations.

Experts are predicting 2016 election spending will be double, or more, that of 2012. Much of that money will be spent on TV advertising. Local stations across the country will be raking in enormous sums to air these ads. But how well will the stations educate us on the issues; and offer critical analysis?  If not they, then who?

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To help citizens navigate their way towards informed choices amidst the flood of political messaging, we will be building on journalism partnerships to present digital library reference pages for political ads.  Our journalism launch partners include Politifact,FactCheck.org and the Center for Public Integrity.

We will be capturing all TV programming in select 2016 primary election locales, front-loaded to reflect early-state candidate winnowing. We hope to apply lessons learned during the primaries, to key general election battleground states in the fall.  In addition to our regular TV news research library interface, we’ll be creating an online reference page for each unique-content political ad.  These pages will present journalist fact-checking and other analysis.   Accompanying these assessments will be information about ad sponsors, campaign financial transparency data as well as dynamically updated tracking on each ad’s plays, including frequency, locale, etc.  

Our 2016 Political Ad Tracker project is informed by extensive collaborative experiments conducted during the 2014 general elections in the Philadelphia-region where there were a number of hotly contested Congressional and state elections.  For more on these pilot collaborations, see Philly Political Media Watch Project and Political Ads Win Over News 45 to 1 in Philly TV News 2014.

We are continuing to refine our approaches to facilitating advanced analysis of regional inventories of television political ads.  To get a sense of the degree of their granularity, explore this interactive search visualization, created by Kalev Leetaru, derived from last year’s experiments: Philly 2014 Political Ad Trends Viewer.

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Another outgrowth of our political ad experiments last year was applying audio fingerprinting to algorithmically find all other instances of an ad, once a single one had been identified.  We used the audfprint tool developed by Dan Ellis at the Laboratory for the Recognition and Organization of Speech and Audio at Columbia University.

The Internet Archive and Kalev Leetaru recently took ad-finding a step further and prototyped a new way of tracking “memes” on television.  For example, everyone can now chart how the President’s 2015 State of the Union address was excerpted and discussed across U.S. and select international television over the following two weeks.  You could think of it as a TV news seismometer, tracking the propagation of key news sound bites throughout complex TV news media ecosystems, including the context in which they were presented.  We expect to apply this approach to 2016 election debates, speeches, etc.

We are humbled by the challenge of getting the word out about how our Political Ad Tracker information resources can be used.  As librarians, archivists, and technologists….market outreach is not our strength.  We’d like your help.

We are incredibly excited with the prospects of working in concert with diverse journalists, scholars and civic organizations.  Together, we hope to help balance the forces of Big Money with reason & insight, resting on sound data.  To inform and engage citizens better than ever before!

We are deeply appreciative of the Knight Foundation, Rita Allen Foundation, Democracy Fund and Hewlett Foundation for their support!