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Nick Starkel In Top Group Headed Into Day 3

Nick Starkel In Top Group Headed Into Day 3

first_imgIf you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers! The Elite 11 finals consists of all 18 quarterbacks in attendance, including Oklahoma State’s Nick Starkel. Tuesday morning, the Elite 11 twitter released the rankings headed into Day 3.The 2015 #Elite11 Finals rankings heading into Day 3 of the competition #KeepClimbing pic.twitter.com/dozoNeFG3a— Elite11 (@Elite11) July 7, 2015Starkel has #KeptClimbing in recruiting circles since his commitment to OSU. As ESPN senior writer Jeremy Crabtree noted, Starkel doesn’t have the same resume as the other quarterbacks but his accuracy and poise is clearly being noticed at The Opening this week. Camp is far from over, but cracking the top 11 is quite an accomplishment for Starkel.#OKState QB commit Nick Starkel didn’t come into #Elite11 w/ as big of resume as others, but really liked how accurate was in 1st session.— Jeremy Crabtree KMBC (@jeremycrabtree) July 6, 2015last_img read more

Naidu Modi remember Syama Prasad Mookerjee on his death anniversary

Naidu Modi remember Syama Prasad Mookerjee on his death anniversary

first_imgNew Delhi: Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday paid tributes to Dr Syama Prasad Mookerjee, founder of the Bharatiya Jana Sangh on his 66th death anniversary. “I join the nation in paying tributes to the great nationalist Syama Prasad Mookerjee on his death anniversary. He was a visionary leader, who sacrificed his life for the unity and integrity of the nation. Nation is ever grateful for his contributions and services,” Naidu said in a series of tweets. Also Read – IAF receives its first Rafale fighter jet from France He said that Mookerjee “worked tirelessly for the development of the nation” and left an “indelible mark” as an “eminent educationist, reformer and administrator”. “He served with distinction as Union Industry Minister and was a distinguished Parliamentarian. He continues to inspire millions of men and women to serve the motherland,” the Vice President said. Modi also took to Twitter and wrote: “Remembering Dr. Syama Prasad Mookerjee on his Martyrdom Day. A devout patriot and proud nationalist, Dr. Mookerjee devoted his life for India’s unity and integrity. His passion for a strong and united India continues to inspire us and gives us strength to serve 130 crore Indians.” Also Read – Cosmology trio win Nobel Physics Prize Union Home Minister and BJP President Amit Shah also remembered the founder of the Bharatiya Jana Sangh. “For Dr Syama Prasad Mookerjeeji, only nation was supreme, that is why he sacrificed power and everything else for the unity and integrity of the country. Mookerjee was the person who launched the first nationalist movement. He was against one country, two legislations, two emblems and two Consitutions,” Shah tweeted in Hindi. “With the aim of rebuilding India, Dr. Mookerjee founded the Jan Sangh. Today, if we can go to Jammu and Kashmir without a permit and West Bengal is an integral part of India, it is all due to Mookerjee’s sacrifice. I bow at the feet of such a patriot on his martyrdom day,” the BJP chief wrote. Addressing BJP workers at the party headquarters here, its working President Jagat Prakash Nadda said: “The whole country demanded an inquiry into the death of Mookerjee, but Pandit (Jawaharlal) Nehru did not order it. History is witness to this. Mookerjee’s sacrifice will never go in vain and the BJP is committed to this cause.” Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said: “My humble tributes to Jana Sangha founder Dr. Syama Prasad Mookerjee on his death anniversary. His immense contribution to our country will always be remembered.” Mookerjee died as a detainee in Jammu and Kashmir on June 23, 1953, after arrested at Lakhenpur on 11 May while trying to enter into the state illegally to protest against a law that prohibited entry of Indian citizens there without a permit.last_img read more

14 killed 50 injured as pandal collapses during religious programme in Rajasthans

14 killed 50 injured as pandal collapses during religious programme in Rajasthans

first_imgBarmer: At least 14 people were killed and about 50 injured after a pandal fell on them due to strong winds during a religious programme in Barmer district of Rajasthan on Sunday, police said. A ‘Ram Katha’ was organised at Jasol area of the district when the pandal was uprooted by strong winds trapping the people sitting under it, Additional Superintendent of Police, Khinv Singh, said. At least 14 persons have died in the incident and about 50 are injured, said Ratan Lal Bhargava, Additional Superintendent of Police of Balotara. Also Read – IAF receives its first Rafale fighter jet from France He said the injured were rushed to different hospitals. Hundreds of people were attending the event. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot took stock of the situation from Jaipur and ordered a probe into the incident. He also expressed grief and condoled the deaths. He said rescue operations were being done by the district administration. Prime Minister Narendra Modi also condoled the incident. “Collapse of a ‘Pandaal’ in Rajasthan’s Barmer is unfortunate. My thoughts are with the bereaved families and I wish the injured a quick recovery,” the Prime Minister’s Office quoted him as saying in a tweet.last_img read more

The Wednesday news briefing An ataglance survey of some top stories

The Wednesday news briefing An ataglance survey of some top stories

first_imgHighlights from the news file for Wednesday, May 24———TRUDEAU HEADS TO EUROPE FOR NATO, G7 SUMMITS: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is on his way to Brussels for the NATO leaders’ summit, the alliance’s first such meeting since U.S. President Donald Trump moved into the White House. The future of military alliances, the fight against climate change and even free trade are all expected to be on the agenda as Trump sits down with his NATO and G7 counterparts. But officials and experts expect the spotlight to shine brightly on the fight against terrorism after the suicide-bomb attack at a music concert in Manchester, England on Monday, which killed 22 people and injured 119. Much of the emphasis at the NATO summit in Brussels is also expected to be on the amount allies spend on defence. Canada spends only about one per cent of GDP, which is half of NATO’s stated target, and puts the country among the bottom third of allies. Following Brussels, Trudeau will jet to Taormina, Italy, for this year’s G7 gathering, before ending his foreign tour with a stop in Rome to meet the Italian prime minister and the Pope.———CANADA HITS NATO WITH ALTERNATE NUMBERS: The federal government has been using a secret weapon to fight back against pressure from NATO and some allies like the United States to increase Canadian defence spending. The weapon? New math. The Department of National Defence has compiled new figures to illustrate how different countries calculate their defence spending compared to Canada. The point, say government sources familiar with the endeavour, is to illustrate how much higher Canadian defence spending would be than it is now if it included the same things other NATO allies put in their calculations. Items that other countries consider defence spending — but Canada does not — include the coast guard, some veterans’ benefits, federal police forces and border guards. A spirited debate about the defence spending levels of individual allies is expected to feature prominently Thursday when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sits down with other NATO leaders, including Donald Trump.———FATHER, BROTHER OF MANCHESTER SUSPECT ARRESTED IN LIBYA: British security forces raided an apartment building Wednesday in central Manchester as they investigated a network of people allegedly behind the city’s concert bombing. Hundreds of soldiers were sent to secure key sites across the country, including Buckingham Palace and Parliament. Home Secretary Amber Rudd said the bomber, Salman Abedi, “likely” did not act alone when he killed 22 people and wounded scores at an Ariana Grande concert Monday night in Manchester. She said he had been known to security forces “up to a point.” Abedi, a 22-year-old British citizen born to Libyan parents who grew up around Manchester, died in the attack. In Libya, authorities arrested Abedi’s father and a younger brother. The anti-terror force that took the brother, 18-year-old Hashim, into custody said the teenager had confessed that both he and his brother were a part of the Islamic State group and that Hashim Abedi had been aware of the details of the attack. The father, Ramadan Abedi, denied his son’s involvement in an interview with The Associated Press earlier Wednesday, saying “We don’t believe in killing innocents.”———QUEBEC HIT BY GENERAL CONSTRUCTION STRIKE: Quebec construction sites fell idle Wednesday after a union alliance representing about 175,000 workers launched an unlimited general strike, crippling activity on major projects such as the Champlain Bridge and a Montreal superhospital. The walkout began after construction companies and labour federations failed to sign collective agreements ahead of a strike deadline of midnight Tuesday. Work schedules and overtime are believed to be at the heart of the conflict in the industrial sector, while salaries are the main stumbling block in the residential sector. Michel Trepanier, a spokesman for the union alliance, said walking off the job was the only possible option. Trepanier said the employers’ objective is clear: they want to drag out negotiations to benefit from the fact construction workers are not entitled to retroactive pay. On Tuesday, Labour Minister Dominique Vien said the provincial government was looking at bringing in back-to-work legislation in the event of a strike.———BANK OF CANADA HOLDS INTEREST RATE AT 0.5 PER CENT: Uncertainties continue to obscure the economy’s stronger-than-expected start to the year, the Bank of Canada said Wednesday as it stuck with its trendsetting interest rate of 0.5 per cent. In explaining its decision to hold the rate, the central bank once again highlighted weak wage growth and the slowing pace of underlying inflation as examples the economy still has room for improvement. For balance, the bank’s scheduled rate announcement pointed to the surprisingly healthy start to the year in areas such as employment, consumer spending and the housing markets. In Wednesday’s statement, the bank added better business investment numbers to the list. The bank’s statement also said while recent government policy measures on real estate have contributed to more sustainable outlooks for household debt, the rules have yet to have a substantial cooling effect on hot housing markets.———U.S. HOUSE INTELLIGENCE COMMITTEE TO SUBPEONA FLYNN: Subpoenas for former national security adviser Michael Flynn piled up Wednesday as the House intelligence committee pressured Flynn to co-operate with its investigation into Russia’s alleged meddling in the 2016 presidential election. The prospect of new congressional subpoenas came one day after the committee’s Senate counterpart served its own subpoenas to Flynn’s businesses. The FBI also faced a deadline Wednesday to turn over memos written by former FBI Director James Comey detailing his discussions with U.S. President Donald Trump. One memo reportedly shows Trump pressuring Comey to shut down the bureau’s investigation into Flynn’s Russia ties. During a breakfast Wednesday, Rep. Adam Schiff of California, the House intelligence committee’s top Democrat, told reporters that Flynn declined to turn over records to the committee, and he said it will be “following up with subpoenas.” Schiff said the subpoenas will likely go out this week. He did not elaborate on what materials the committee was seeking.———NDP RETAINS LEAD IN CRUCIAL B.C. RIDING: The New Democrats are widening a lead in Vancouver Island’s crucial Courtenay-Comox riding, where the results could determine the next British Columbia government. The latest Elections BC absentee ballot count has NDP candidate Ronna-Rae Leonard ahead of Liberal candidate Jim Benninger by 148 votes. The race between Leonard and Benninger has swung back and forth since election night on May 9 when Leonard held a 13-vote lead. The gap in the popular vote is also closing between the two major parties, showing the Liberals with 40.36 per cent support compared with the New Democrat’s 40.28 per cent. At stake is a one-seat Liberal majority if Benninger wins, but if Leonard wins, there could be a Liberal or NDP minority government with the support of three Green members in the 87-seat legislature. A judicial recount remains a possibility depending on the final outcome or the ability of either the Liberals or NDP to convince a judge to order a recount. The standings on election night were: 43 Liberals, 41 New Democrats and three Greens. A majority government would be 44 seats.———KIDS IN CARE MUST BE HEARD, YOUTH ADVOCATE SAYS: Alberta’s child and youth advocate says the suicide of a 15-year-old indigenous boy reinforces how crucial it is that children under provincial care be heard. A report by Del Graff recounts the short and troubled life of the boy, called Levi for privacy reasons. The report details a household marred by addiction, mental-health issues and violence, along with many moves between foster homes and kinship care. Graff says he has urged a more child-centric approach to decision-making in past reviews, but there has been minimal progress on those recommendations. The advocate notes there were numerous occasions over the years when Levi made it clear he did not want to be around his mother when she was drinking, but there was no indication his views were acknowledged. The report also stresses the need for the government to develop ways to identify children early-on who may be at risk of homelessness.———MINING STAFF SHOW LUNG DISEASE SIGNS, REPORT SAYS: A new medical report has found that 35 people who worked at mining properties in Labrador have signs of silicosis, a lung disease that can develop from breathing in silica dust. The report by Horizon Occupational Health Solutions monitored the effects of exposure to silica dust at mining properties in Labrador West. The audit reviewed chest x-rays from retired and active employees, with 35 suspected to have the work-related lung disorder. The review says they have been notified of their results and encouraged to follow up with their family physicians. The Horizon report includes 11 recommendations to improve silica monitoring and protection for workers, which the province has accepted. They include identifying requirements for regular audits of medical surveillance files and reviewing the Silica Code of Practice from 2006 to make sure they meet national standards.———DISCOVERY OF RARE SALAMANDERS PUTS QUARRY ON HOLD: A group of Ontario residents trying to ward off the development of a new quarry in their community say they have found two endangered salamanders that they hope will convince authorities to put an end to the project. Burlington, Ont., residents say the discovery of two Jefferson dependant unisexual salamanders should force the province to stop the project by Meridian Brick, which has had two active quarries in the area for decades. The residents say this discovery of the unusual salamander is a real coup. A sighting of a different endangered salamander last year put the project temporarily on hold as the brick company surveys the land for endangered plants and animals. Meridian is holding a meeting Thursday to tell the community about what it’s found and its plans for the future, but it is not sharing that information in advance. The province says it is waiting for a report from the company, but says Meridian will have to come up with a plan for any endangered species found on the property.———last_img read more

Aboriginal leader facing long list of charges

Aboriginal leader facing long list of charges

first_imgAPTN National NewsPolice have laid a long list of charges against a former acting grand chief of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs and a former president of the Manitoba Metis Federation.Billy Joe Delaronde is facing multiple charges of sexual assault and sexual assault with a weapon.The charges have not yet been proven in court.Delaronde was the Manitoba Metis Federation president from 1994 to 1997 and the acting grand chief of the Assembly of Manitoba chiefs in 2008.Until recently he was chief of the Pine Creek reserve in central Manitoba.last_img

Grand Opening of the new Pomeroy Centre Play Structure

Grand Opening of the new Pomeroy Centre Play Structure

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The City is revealing their new Indoor Play Structure located at the Pomeroy Sports Complex.Monday, April 29, 2019, at 10 am will be the official Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the Play Structure. At 3 pm the structure will be re-opening for use.The City shares there will be prizes, giveaways and more. For more information please call 250.785.4592.To view the event page; CLICK HERElast_img

15 million donation to Calgary Stampede Foundation

15 million donation to Calgary Stampede Foundation

$15 million donation to Calgary Stampede Foundation AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Thanks to a huge financial boost from local philanthropist Don Taylor, the Calgary Stampede is on track to connect the community to its western heritage on a year round basis.A $15-million gift was made to the “We’re Greatest Together campaign”, in a special presentation high atop the stampede grandstand Tuesday.Taylor’s father, Robert Taylor, went by the name “Sam” and a central facet of the Stampede’s new Youth Campus will too.The donation will go towards building the Sam Centre, a $32,000 square foot interpretive centre, school and, museum space which Vern Kimball, CEO of the Calgary Stampede, said will be open to everyone year round.“That’s the key message. It’s about bringing people together, 365 days, and leveraging the great heritage that we demonstrate in the ten days, to attract folks to come here all year long,” said Kimball.Taylor’s donation is the largest ever for the foundation, which has now, raise $89-million through its capital campaign.The new Youth Campus is slated to open in 2017. by News Staff Posted Nov 26, 2013 1:33 pm MDT read more

Dramatic Arts professor remembered

Dramatic Arts professor remembered

Marlene Moser, far left, attended the announcement of provincial funding for the new downtown Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts campus in April with colleagues Gyllian Raby, David Fancy and Danielle Wilson. Photo: David VivianAn associate professor of Dramatic Arts is being remembered today for her tenacity and passion for theatre.Marlene Moser, a Brock professor since 2000, mentored students who went on to found local theatre companies. As one-time department chair, she fought for new academic positions and undergraduate programs in her department. She provided “leadership and love” to Dramatic Arts colleagues and students.Moser died on Dec. 21 after a lengthy battle with cancer. She was 47.Moser was tough and passionate about her work, said David Vivian, associate professor of Dramatic Arts.“She challenged you to reach very deep down and investigate what was most honest and authentic about your intelligence and creative compassion,” he said.She came to Brock in 2000 as an assistant professor. She was promoted to associate professor in 2005.She held a BA, MA and PhD from the University of Toronto. Her research focused on Canadian drama and theatre, studying the construction of identities, especially as related to performance, narrative and spectatorship. She had a particular interest in Canadian playwrights Judith Thompson, Margaret Hollingsworth and Djanet Sears. She was also interested in theatre praxis (the merger of theory and practice). In 2004, she directed Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest at the Sean O’Sullivan Theatre.She was important in the growth of the department, which is part of the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts.“Her mentorship of five colleagues through tenure and promotion is but one facet of her legacy to the future of research, pedagogy and community,” said a statement posted to the Dramatic Arts website today.David Fancy, current Dramatic Arts chair, recalls meeting Moser at a Canadian Association for Theatre Research conference. She immediately struck him as “a strong, witty and incisive person as well as an able leader and scholar.”When he last saw her, she was quite ill, he said, but “she still spoke in energetic terms about the needs of the department, and of our collective vision as a location of research, creative and teaching excellence.“We will miss her terribly.”Deanna Jones is one of nine Brock graduates who founded the St. Catharines theatre company Suitcase in Point. Moser has sat on the board since 2006.“She’s always been there as a mentor and supporter and friend,” said Jones, who describes her former professor as “warm, funny and extremely smart.”Derek Knight, director of the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts, said he is “deeply saddened” by the news.“Marlene was an extraordinary colleague, friend and mentor who touched the lives of many in her capacities as teacher, scholar and artist,” he said. “For those of us who knew her personally, she will always be remembered by the dedication and passion for the discipline that she loved and gave so much to, as a champion of all our causes, and as a deeply devoted friend whose grace, wisdom and warmth will always be cherished.”Moser fought a five-year battle with cancer, and was working to create new performance-related therapies for cancer survivors. She is survived by husband Philip Toms and her daughter Cecilia.The department will host a memorial event in the new year, with details to come. Funeral details will be posted as they become available.Links:• Marlene Moser — Humanities Research Institute profile• Dr. Marlene Moser — faculty page read more

Aer Arann buys €144 million worth of aircraft and announces 50 jobs

Aer Arann buys €144 million worth of aircraft and announces 50 jobs

first_imgAER ARANN HAS announced the creation of 50 new positions – boosting its workforce by 15 per cent.The jobs announcement comes as the regional airline outlines a plan to double its annual passengers to over two million over the next five years.The first of eight new aircrafts, at a price of a €144 million, have already begun operations as part of the airline’s ‘new beginning’ strategy.The 50 new jobs will cover a range of areas, including flight and cabin crew, engineering and support roles and will bring the company’s overall staff numbers to 370.Aer Arann, which operates Aer Lingus Regional routes from Cork, Shannon, Kerry and Ireland West Airport, Knock, is on track to carry in excess of 1.2 million passengers.Aer Arann recently moved all flight arrivals and departures to Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport, which facilitates Aer Lingus Regional customers linking to Aer Lingus’ transatlantic servicesRead: On the up: Aer Lingus passenger figures increase in March>More: EU blocks Aer Lingus takeover, Ryanair says it will appeal>last_img read more

The 9 at 9 Friday

The 9 at 9 Friday

first_img Friday 24 Feb 2017, 7:59 AM Share Tweet Email EVERY MORNING, TheJournal.ie brings you the stories you need to know as you start your day.1. #DUBLIN FIRE: Firefighters have rescued two people and evacuated 15 from a fire at an apartment in Dublin this morning.2. #HISTORIC DEFEAT: UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn remains defiant after losing a by-election seat to the UK government – for the first time since 1982.3. #RAID: The partner of a senior member of the Kinahan cartel was arrested yesterday after elite officers raided a premises in Ringsend in the capital.4. #STORM DORIS: Some homes are still without power today as the damage from yesterday’s storm is repaired.5. #KIM JONG-NAM: The North Korean leader’s half-brother was assassinated with a lethal nerve agent made for chemical warfare.6. #POPE FRANCIS: The pope said that it is better to live as an atheist than be a Catholic who doesn’t live by the values of the religion.7. #OFFENDING: A Dublin Bus driver has been awarded €12,500 damages against his employer after claiming he was defamed by graffiti written on a toilet door.8. #ASH WEDNESDAY: Busy next Wednesday? Don’t worry, as a church in Galway is offering a drive-thru service set to be in place to help you get your ashes.9. #GREAT IDEA: Japanese people are getting a half day today so they can go drinking and shopping, in an attempt to boost the economy and ease work stress. Image: Shutterstock/Foxys Forest Manufacture http://jrnl.ie/3256173 No Comments The 9 at 9: Friday We’ve made it to the weekend. Here’s the news from this morning. Image: Shutterstock/Foxys Forest Manufacture 11,096 Views By Gráinne Ní Aodha Short URL Feb 24th 2017, 7:59 AM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

The American Prospect Seeks 500000 to Avoid Closure

The American Prospect Seeks 500000 to Avoid Closure

first_imgThe American Prospect is looking to raise half a million dollars this month, and gain $700,000 worth of pledged support for the new fiscal year starting in July, in order to avoid suspending publication, cutting back frequency or complete closure.A month ago, the liberal non-profit title projected a deficit of $700,000 for the fiscal year ending June 30 but managed to raise $200,000 in the past three weeks. Staff were informed last week that June 6 may be their final day of employment and the July/August issue may be the magazine’s last, according to a note on its website.  Contributing to the deficiency is the increased budget The American Prospect and its sister organization, Demos—a nonpartisan public-policy think tank—entered this current fiscal year with. The added dollars were used to expand reporting, revamp the Prospect.org website and build the brand’s reach through social media and other digital channels.  “Though the Prospect has never had an ‘angel’ backer or a funding board to backstop financial shortfalls, we took that risk because the times were demanding it, because the staff of the Prospect needed the tools to really make it shine, and because we believed that we could find new support to pay for those improvements,” reads the note, signed by president Miles Rapoport, editor in chief Kit Rachlis, board chair Amelia Warren Tyagi, co-editor Robert Kuttner, and publisher Jay Harris. The magazine—founded in 1990—says it is set to launch a tablet edition but does not appear ready to give up on its print product. Currently, it publishes 10 issues per year and touts a combined print and digital paid circulation of almost 45,000, with a Web audience of nearly 400,000 unique visitors per month. The Prospect staff did not immediately return requests for comment.last_img read more

Apple CEO Tim Cook Busts Some Rusty Moves to Pharrells Happy

Apple CEO Tim Cook Busts Some Rusty Moves to Pharrells Happy

first_img 2 min read Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Tim Cook hikes, bikes and — who knew? — he packs a wicked fist-pump, too. The silver-haired Apple CEO waved his hands in the air like he just didn’t care at an outdoor celebration yesterday. He unabashedly busted some funky cold conservative moves on stage in front of a throbbing sea of partying underlings, to the beat of Pharrell’s bubbly live rendition of “Happy.”Image credit: GizmodoThere was hand-clapping. And some moves that looked more like the breaststroke than dancing. We’re not completely sure.Related: Leadership Lessons From Apple CEO Tim CookVideo clips of the epic dance-off were posted to Instagram but were later removed or set to private. Here’s a video via YouTube:The occasion: Apple’s Earth Day beer bash, a shindig the tech giant puts on every year that you wish you were invited to. The place: Apple’s California sun-drenched headquarters.Naturally, Cook’s backup dancers were big cheeses, too. Eddie Cue, Apple’s senior vice president of Internet software and services, and Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide marketing, cut up a mean, kinda awkward rug.Related: Business Bacchanal: Sex, Booze and the Work TripHey, even higher ups can let loose sometimes, right?Cook may not be an unbridled dancing machine like the enthusiasm bomb that is Steve Ballmer, but he can decently clap along. You can’t fault Apple’s head honcho for fist-pumping in public. We’d be doing the happy dance, too, if we were at the helm of one of the richest companies in the world, merrily shimmying our way to the billionaire club.Related: Apples to Apples: Steve Jobs vs. Tim Cook (Infographic) Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box.center_img April 23, 2015 Register Now »last_img read more

5 Ways to Be More MobileFriendly in 2017

5 Ways to Be More MobileFriendly in 2017

first_img Look away from your screen for a second. Go ahead; I’ll wait. What’s going on in the world around you? Are any other people looking up from their screens, or are they all just as absorbed as you were a moment ago?Related: Planning Your Mobile Marketing StrategyIt’s not just your imagination. According to comScore’s 2016 Mobile App Report, total digital media time grew 53 percent from 2013 to 2016, and 80 percent of that growth was driven by mobile apps. The point is, we haven’t all turned into zombies — we’ve just altered our focus to take in content at an almost constant rate.Maybe it’s time we adjust to this new world, with more mobile-focused efforts.To keep your company from being left behind in the ever-expanding mobile world, you need to make content accessible to users where they spend most of their time. This means formatting it and making sure it’s friendly and ready for mobile users to engage with.The limitations of mobile hardwareA strong mobile strategy is vital to keeping an audience’s attention because, to put it bluntly, that’s where those people are. If your content isn’t available on mobile, you lose eyes — and a slew of potential users.For this effort, understanding the hardware limitations of each operating system (along with what specs the largest audience has) is vital. Modern websites often employ animation and video to augment the customer visit and create a more engaging experience. Unfortunately, these don’t always work as planned on mobile devices — if they even work at all.Auto-playing videos on an iPhone is a beast all its own. To reach the largest audience, your content needs to be accessible on the widest range of devices possible.Related: If You Aren’t Thinking Mobile-First, You’re Doing It WrongStrengthening mobile-focused effortsWith so many people consuming mobile content, you need to design in a mobile-friendly way. Here are a few design considerations to keep in mind:1. Start using “media queries.” This concept will save your life when it comes to content. Media queries are specialized style sheets that tell a website to recognize what size screen or type of device someone is using to surf the web. This provides the visual style sheet that’s right for the device accessing it.You don’t need to understand how to program style sheets yourself, but your web developer should, as the person person in the process of creating responsive websites for a mobile-focused world.2. Make content readable. Too often, websites link to PDFs and other documents created on computers for computers (or, worse, intended for printing). These documents are tough to read on mobile and will mostly likely cause users to abandon your site.Both design and content convey your message to readers, and the nature of mobile content is bite-sized content. Everything from sidebars and widgets to PDFs that don’t fit a mobile screen can have an effect — either keeping visitors coming back or leading them to abandon you completely.Your mobile site should hide any excess buttons or bars that distract from the primary content. Videos in particular must be embedded in your design interface with HTML5 to avoid knocking your display out of whack.3. Keep visual quality front and center. Modern mobile devices have high-res or HD screens; and cameras like the iPhone’s retina display. While it’s important that your content look good on lower-resolution screens, it also needs alternate images for clear, crisp viewing on 1080p, 4K and even 8K monitors now on the market.A phone needs a higher pixel density to achieve this than a TV, which has much more surface space to cover. Regardless of what devices or screens your website is being viewed on, responsive design — such as one that turns a carousel of four images into one static image for mobile screens — allows the ideal image size to create a display as bright and professional as possible.4. Keep file sizes small. On the flip side of this, even with high-resolution images, you want the lowest file size possible to enable faster load times, reduce costly cloud storage costs and more. Any page that takes more than two to three seconds to load will feel like an eternity to your users.Several tools and tricks are available using free desktop apps like MS Paint, premium software like Photoshop and even web apps, to lower file sizes without compromising image quality. Sites such as TinyPNG can adjust image size while maintaining crispness to ensure that you’re optimized for any potential display.5. Don’t forget text. Marketers constantly push the importance of video and imagery, and while these factors are effective, don’t underestimate the power of text. A picture may be worth 1,000 words, but 1,000 words loads faster — and is much easier to reformat for visibility on any screen.On mobile, your fonts will most likely need to be larger, with more frequent line breaks, but this takes a lot less work to accomplish than reformatting images. Your developer can develop or license a special font to embed on the website that will cost some money but is well worth the price tag. And if you must cut content to be more mobile-friendly, do it. In fact, this is great advice for writing in general — less is always more.In sum, convenience has driven users to mobile, rather than their laptops or desktops. You always have your phone nearby where it’s easy to access, and every time you look up from it, everyone else is doing the same. Computers, even laptops, can’t provide this level of convenience — no matter how tiny, portable or all-in-one they are.Related: What Companies Must do to Prepare for Mobile Ads in 2017Maybe the world is filling up with screen-staring zombies. But if you can’t beat them, you might as well join them, with mobile-optimized content fit for a tech-savvy horde.  Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global January 24, 2017 6 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. Register Now »last_img read more

Why Sleep Deprivation Affects Us All Differently

Why Sleep Deprivation Affects Us All Differently

first_img(Credit: g-stockstudio/Shutterstock)Lose some sleep over the weekend, and you’re likely to come into work Monday feeling a little off. Whether that’s zoning out in a meeting, missing typos in an email or something more dangerous like drifting off at the wheel, sleep deprivation blunts our cognitive abilities.But it’s not a level playing field. Some people turn into zombies if they don’t get their eight hours, and others get by on just five or six hours a night. Experts have known about these variations for a long time and in recent years have begun to probe their genetic underpinnings. And now, new research suggests the effects of losing sleep not only hit some harder than others, they also affect different people in different ways.Stay AwakeResearchers from Washington State University had 49 volunteers take a computer-based test that asked them to identify patterns of letters and click a mouse accordingly. If they saw an A followed by an X, they left clicked; any other letters, and they right clicked. Before the test, 34 of the participants had gone 38 hours without sleep, while the others were normally rested to serve as controls. As you’d expect, the sleep-deprived participants weren’t as good at the task, but they eventually got it down just like the controls.What tripped them up was when the researchers switched the rules. Midway through the test, they were told to now make left clicks when they saw a different sequence of letters than A-X. The rested participants changed mental gears with little difficulty; the sleep deprived people, not so much.There was an exception to the rule, however. People with a certain mutation to a gene called DRD2, which is involved with information processing and cognitive flexibility, weren’t much affected by sleeplessness when their task was varied.How Do You Feel?The finding hints there’s more nuance to how sleep loss affects us than we thought. Most studies have focused on attention span, as experts believed it was the cognitive skill most affected by a lack of shuteye. And a prominent study in 2014 actually found a mutation that aided the attention spans of people going without sleep — specifically in a gene called DEC2.The WSU researchers’ work, published last month in Nature Scientific Communications, focuses on another cognitive process entirely — our ability to adapt to a changing environment. The team even tested their volunteers’ attention spans and found that those with the DRD2 mutation weren’t any better off in terms of attention span.That this new study has found an entirely different gene controlling a separate cognitive skill isn’t surprising, but it’s notable that the two traits don’t seem to be related at all.The significance is that sleep deprivation seems to hit us all in different ways. The 2014 study did indicate that those with the beneficial DEC2 mutation recovered from sleep deficits more quickly than those without it, something that was not tested by the WSU researchers.So, when faced with late nights and early mornings, some people might be better at paying attention, while others can switch tasks with greater ease. The unlucky ones may be worse at everything. For now, researchers must continue to pick apart the different ways that sleep deprivation affects people. Further insights could potentially yield new ways to deal with sleep deprivation, or help to identify those who might be best for jobs that require workers to go without sleep.last_img read more

After erotic video surfaces Costa Rican youth vice minister out of job

After erotic video surfaces Costa Rican youth vice minister out of job

first_img Facebook Comments No related posts. Culture and Youth Vice Minister Karina Bolaños was removed from her job after a self-made erotic video surfaced on the Internet.The video reportedly was dedicated to a lover. Bolaños is married to National Liberation Party lawmaker Víctor Hugo Víquez. According to the daily Diario Extra, Bolaños had filed for divorce from her husband last September after alleging domestic abuse.Culture Minister Manuel Obregón said in a statement “the separation from her job will allow Bolaños to face this case from the private sphere.” The minister said it was the president’s decision to remove Bolaños from the Culture Ministry. Is it fair to fire the vice minister for the video?  Yes. Her status as a government official demands it.  No. It’s a shameful invasion of privacy.  No response. Culture viceminister firedlast_img read more

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5ft 4in," Almost as unusual as a fucking rock being worth $17, A family source told DAILY POST that the police allegedly collected N50, fans are still shocked at the revelation.D. who visited the museum in July"I just love North Dakota from the rugged Badlands where Teddy Roosevelt established his ranch to the Native American villages along the state’s rivers" Heitkamp said in a release "North Dakota’s rich heritage is on display all across the state and it offers unique and interesting experiences for everyone I’m always excited to visit and learn more about our past when I have the chance to chat with the North Dakotans who have dedicated their time and knowledge to operate the many museums and sites I encourage all North Dakotans to take advantage of the summer months and get out to explore more of our great state"North Dakota is home to many historical sites such as Native American villages military forts and pioneer museums that have been preserved protected and made easily accessible for the public’s enjoyment Families have an opportunity to take advantage of the many sites across the state by planning a day trip or even incorporating it into a summer vacation while parents can show their children these historic sites they may have visited when they were youngSmall-town museums are important to little towns such as Hebron because of the amount of care that goes into them"It’s the care of the forefathers and mothers and what they had to endure" Reynolds said "Henry tells this story of the hottest day on record here It was in 1936 and it was 121 degrees and one of their horses died You can read that in a book but you can also listen to a 95-year-old tell that because he was 15 when it happened"To find a museum near you check out historyndgov/otherorganizationshtml The site has a PDF flipbook of nearly every museum in North DakotaThe House Judiciary Committee and the Oversight and Government Reform Committee were expected to speak with Rosenstein behind closed doors Thursday as part of their probe into federal law enforcement’s conduct during the investigations of Trump’s campaign and Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server when she was secretary of state But a dispute over the terms of the interview prevented the committees and the Justice Department from agreeing on when a meeting would occur according to people familiar with the discussionsThe delay means Rosenstein may not appear on Capitol Hill for an interview until after next month’s elections potentially exposing him to a subpoena The House Judiciary Committee has frequently used subpoenas in its investigation to compel witness testimony and the production of Justice Department documents"We have many questions for Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein and expect answers to those questions" a House Judiciary Committee aide said "There is not at this time a confirmed date for a potential meeting Nevertheless we will continue to provide updates as we have them"Rosenstein who oversees the special counsel investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election has been a target of Trump’s Republican allies on the joint panel They’ve accused the Justice Department of intentionally drawing out efforts to produce documents for the panels’ investigation That dispute exploded in a public faceoff over the summer during which Republican lawmakers berated Rosenstein and urged him to wind down the special counsel probe which is led by Robert MuellerLawmakers’ interest in bringing Rosenstein back to Capitol Hill followed publication of a New York Times report indicating that the deputy attorney general had suggested secretly recording Trump and invoking a constitutional amendment to remove the president from office Rosenstein has disputed the report though he offered to submit his resignation in its wakeOn Monday Trump said he had no plans to remove Rosenstein following a discussion the two had aboard Air Force OneThe House Judiciary Committee has already subpoenaed memos drafted by former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe that say Rosenstein suggested recording the president Last week both the Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees interviewed former FBI general counsel James Baker who told the panels that he understood Rosenstein’s suggestion to be serious At a Senate hearing Wednesday Sen Ron Johnson R-Wis, Behind each item in the museum,This year’s parade, Likewise, lead, herdsmen.

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"I was sent to Hurricane Katrina in 2005 for the first three weeks of that disaster and saw the importance to have a state ready for an unspeakable situation .. If North Dakota should ever find itself in a situation where we have a mass fatality I thought we need to be ready" Nathe saidNorth Dakota lawmakers appropriated $189000 for joint federal and state training Nathe saidFor the past 15 years the Health Department has been developing a disaster response system using state resources to appropriately address scenarios such as flooding critical disease outbreaks tornadoes and train derailments according to Tim Wiedrich the chief of the Department of Health’s emergency preparedness and response section"This area in terms of mass fatality is an area that needed further development and so we’re welcoming this new resource that’s being added to the state" he saidThe Disaster Fatality Team will be combined with the Health Department’s Medical Reserve Corps which is composed of about 1000 people within the state — primarily physicians nurses and EMTs"This team will be added to that team so that we can basically now have a process in place where if we do have a large-scale disaster that has more fatalities that local resources are able to process we will have this resource available to assist" Wiedrich saidOther states have similar teams including in Florida where members responded to the shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando last year Some states have teams that are small-scale to "fill the gap" before the feds are called in" according to Lance Peterson an adviser with the Disaster Mortuary Operations who helped train the Disaster Fatality Team this week "Our objective here with the training is to have a team here in the state that can with dignity and respect recover the deceased identify them with 100 percent accuracy scientifically and return them to their loved ones as quickly as possible" Peterson saidMany said the board should hire someone who is willing to listen be transparent and have full board support when making tough decisions This comes after the State Board of Higher Education bought out Former Chancellor Hamid Shirvani’s contract after he made several controversial decisions including trying to overhaul admission standards attempting to drastically increase the number of system staff and penning harsh reviews of several university presidentsThe SBHE oversees the 11 public institutions in North Dakota The current Interim Chancellor Larry Skogen’s term is up this coming summer and the search to fill his position is underway“Higher education has changed dramatically in the last decade so you have to find someone who understands where we are now and where we’re going” UND Provost Thomas DiLorenzo saidThe three board representatives hosting the meeting Grant Shaft Eric Murphy and Janice Hoffarth heard from members of the audience that they wanted a chancellor who was open to pushing higher education forward while making an effort to meet with people at individual campusesShaft said North Dakota is unique because people want a down-to-earth leader and in many places across the country officials who hold positions like chancellor have a clear chain of command below them that is never breached by the public or university employees“Bob Kelley or Dean (Bresciani) wouldn’t just pick up the phone and call their chancellor” Shaft saidSen Connie Triplett D-Grand Forks said she felt the board’s meetings in the past have seemed stiff and that a new chancellor could be a way of moving forward from years of turmoil between the Legislature and the board“They are so scripted that it is painful to watch” she said in reference to board meetings “It is so not real”The board has already held some forums and will continue to do some in the coming weekThe board is encouraging people to send their thoughts and ideas on the characteristics that are important for the next NDUS chancellor to Chancellorsearch@ndusedu The chancellor will be chosen at the board’s May 14 2015 meeting which are called in to respond to mass fatalities nationwide. Jeff Sessions in 2009.” as Bannon himself once put it. However," just as it doesn’t hurt anyone if Fernkes belongs to the Christian faith, However, I havent done it to be a dick deliberately.” The statement reads, vice principals and primary school head teachers.
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If like Jai Mata Di, This comes amidst continuing uncertainties on the GST revenue front. This letter is a bit of history and some unsolicited advice — both suggesting how quickly good times can come to an end. Shahid said: “A family friend has taken an initiative on this, Costa has found his last season’s form.and navigate the uncontrollable open environment will bring Indian education and business to the platform on which to survive the future with entrepreneurial challenge.place it through long-off and with that he brings 200 on the scorecard? Life’s not easy for a silver medallist from Rio. Meanwhile, This comes after a review meeting called by Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar for all divisions.

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