Quotes from some Canadians in Florida after Hurricane Irma

first_imgHOLLYWOOD, – Some quotes on Monday from Florida-based Canadians who survived Hurricane Irma:”I feel great to see that my house is intact. We do have an uprooted mail box and some trees down in the back but it could have been so much worse.” — Audrey Foy, a Quebecer who lives near Hollywood, Fla.— — —”I feel like a survivor.” — Foy.— — —”We expected a direct hit and we didn’t get it. This is lucky as far as we’re concerned because the people on the west coast and the Keys were not lucky.” — Jimmy Sklavenitis, a former Montrealer and now co-owner of the The Greek Joint, a restaurant in Hollywood.— — —“If we had got a direct hit with that hurricane, it would have been a month, a month and a half we would have been out of business and maybe even longer. But a couple of power lines and a couple of trees down, it’s OK.” — Sklavenitis.last_img read more

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Moroccos air company consolidates partnership with UN

first_imgNew York – Morocco‘s “Royal Air Maroc” company concluded on Wednesday in New York with the United Nations Organization an agreement to promote and facilitate the travels of the UN staff, particularly those working for the UN development program and the UN children Fund (UNICEF).The Moroccan carrier will be giving transport facilities in its worldwide network to UN staff on business trips, mainly in Africa, says a RAM release.The UN humanitarian operation in Africa, through the UNICEF and the UNDP, are both numerous and important and they affect all social aspects (health, education, culture, food), says the release which explains that the company is proposing 80 international destinations and 26 African ones from the Mohammed V airport in Casablanca, one of the largest hubs connecting Africa to the rest of the world.last_img read more

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Opium poppy cultivation surges in SouthEast Asia by 22 per cent UN

13 December 2010Opium poppy cultivation surged in South-East Asia by 22 per cent in 2010, apparently due to the global economic crisis, with potential production value rising dramatically to $219 million, a $100 million increase over 2009, according to a United Nations report released today. “Poverty and instability are two of the drivers which push farmers to grow, or sometimes return to growing, illicit crops,” UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Executive Director Yury Fedotov said of his agency’s 2010 South-East Asia Opium Survey, covering Laos, Myanmar and Thailand.While progress has been made in reducing poppy fields over the past decade, the recent global economic crisis appears to have exacerbated the situation for poor communities and tempted many to enter the drug market. The rising price of opium over the last few years has also been instrumental in making its cultivation an attractive option for many.In terms of cultivation, there was a 22 per cent increase between 2009 and 2010 in the region as a whole. Myanmar experienced the biggest increase in actual area with cultivation shooting up by 6,400 hectares (ha), or 20 per cent, to reach 38,100 ha. In Laos the increase was the largest in percentage terms, 58 per cent, increasing from 1,900 ha to 3,000 ha. Thailand’s small cultivation increased marginally from 211 ha to 289 ha.While poppy cultivation in South-East Asia remains well below the peak figures of the mid-1990s, when it hovered around 160,000 ha, the year-on-year increase over the past four years has been relentlessly upward, the survey shows.“While Governments have increased their eradication efforts, the potential opium production in 2010 is estimated to have increased by approximately 75 per cent when compared to 2009,” Mr. Fedotov said.Beyond the overall larger areas cultivated in all three countries, yields in Myanmar shot up from 330 tons to 580 tons, levels in Laos rose by 7 tons to 18 tons and in Thailand they increased by 36 per cent from 3 tons to 5 tons. In terms of eradication 9,135 ha of poppy fields in the region were destroyed in 2010, up by 85 per cent from 4,939 ha the previous year. At country-level, the authorities in Myanmar cleared an estimated 8,268 ha, a 102 per cent rise from 2009. Eradication efforts in Laos dipped by 11 per cent from 651 ha to 579 ha, while Thailand succeeded in removing 278 ha compared with the 2009 level of 201 ha. read more

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The Search for a CloudBased Telephony System Part 2

The Extreme Pace of Change Muddies the Water – When evaluating your options, it’s good to know when you have found a provider with great reliability, call quality, customer service, and feature functionality. However, the market is changing too rapidly, and. the future is difficult to anticipate. Step 6 – Evaluate the RFQ ResponsesFrom our RFQ, we received four responses we then had to evaluate. In comparing the offers, we noticed a few things: Lessons LearnedIn our previous post, we shared a number of lessons we had learned through the project. Here are a few more. To review Part 1 in more detail, including lessons we learned in helping our Gulf Coast client plan for a migration from a traditional IP PBX to a cloud-based telephony system, click here. Continuing forward… As we discussed in the first of this series, finding the right cloud-based telephony system is a multistep process. In the initial post, we provided details on the first five steps: Dedicated vs. Shared Cloud Voice Services Darin Ward October 03, 2019 When moving voice to the cloud, many service providers tout their dedicated solutions. But is “dedicated” all that it’s cracked up to be? Step 8 – Narrow to Two ProvidersWe decided to narrow the group of four providers down to two. This was pretty simple. One of the providers had a great solution and it had been around for some time. However, this provider had a recent change at the executive level that was now causing significant turmoil among the staff. Internal resources were starting to leave and customers were beginning to grow unhappy. This pseudo chaos could also have been a casualty to the pace of growth that UCaaS providers are experiencing. Second, I mentioned that two providers were both using BroadSoft platforms. Among those, we chose to move forward with the provider that had the strongest reliability and customer service metrics. Disadvantages: Two — that is two call recorder systems to configure and administer. Two places to check for recordings (standard users on the UCaaS platform and contact center agents on the CCaaS call recorder platform). Two systems to administer — so IT needs to learn both. Are We Heading for Cloud in a Box? Tom Nolle September 26, 2019 As the cloud craze continues, enterprises are looking for simplified “in a box” cloud solutions to address their communication and collaboration needs. Step 10 – Negotiate Contract TermsIn addition to the due diligence, we wanted to make sure we had the best pricing and we wanted to see which provider would be more flexible with its terms. There are tons of UCaaS providers fighting for market share. Startups often want to grow market share and then make their fortunes by being acquired or going public. All vendors are in a race to establish dominance, so they are motivated to win a client’s business. Keeping that in mind, we were aggressive in asking for key terms and pricing that the client really wanted. Network Infrastructure Is an Important Issue – As with any cloud-based solution, the fitness of the client’s network infrastructure is key. Fortunately, we discovered this issue early on and were able to address it. We ended up going with a software-defined WAN solution to help meet the client’s ultimate objectives. This technology evaluation and decision, in itself, could be covered in its own article. For now, suffice it to say that the design, redundancy, vendor solution, and security are important for laying the foundation for cloud-based telephony. Advantages: The advantage of the third-party CCaaS provider was that it had the latest and greatest contact center features, including support for SMS text, advanced graphics and reporting, and advanced functionality like omnichannel routing, workforce management, CRM integrations (Salesforce, Oracle, MS SQL, etc.), scheduler, and speech and desktop analytics. The provider also billed the two services under one invoice. Call Center vs Contact Center Platforms – In almost every case, the vendors had separate “call center” and (omnichannel) “contact center” platforms. In most cases, the contact centers were entirely new and different when compared with the original call center platform, instead of building the contact center from the original call center platform. Step 9 – Conduct Due DiligenceNext, it was time to check the financials and client references. Many of the private providers don’t like to provide financials. However, most give way, once the client is willing to sign an NDA and the communications channel is set up between the provider’s CFO (or staff) and the client’s CFO. In summary, following the process of choosing a cloud provider was the easy part. Just follow the steps right? However, there were certainly many lessons to be learned along the way and finding the right UCaaS provider to meet this client’s needs was a bit tricky. Step 11 – Make the DecisionIn the client’s eyes, the decision came down to one vendor that had a stellar reliability and customer service record and one vendor that had a solid reliability and customer service reputation, but whose product was the most attractive to its end users. The client went with the latter. Hyping Up Hybrid: Making the Case Ryan Daily September 05, 2019 With the race to the cloud heating up, some enterprises aren’t dashing to the finish line with the same intensity – opting instead for a “hybrid” pace. Log in or register to post comments Last year, for example, UCaaS mergers and acquisitions included Cisco’s acquisition of BroadSoft, Vonage’s acquisition of TokBox, LogMeIn’s purchase of Jive, among others. 5 Steps for A Seamless Contact Center Cloud Migration Elizabeth Magill September 09, 2019 Ensuring that IT and business teams are on the same page before, during, and after the process is key to a successful migration. 5 Ways Cloud UCC Changed the Workforce Mark Roberts September 16, 2019 The UCC digital renaissance has come and stayed. Now, enterprises are fine tuning their networks to better engage employees and customers. Step 7 – Get Online Demonstration and Q&ANext we had each of the four RFQ respondents perform an online demonstration of its various system components, including the UCaaS/telephony user interface, system administration tool, CCaaS/agent and supervisor interfaces. We also had each respondent show us its real-time monitoring and historical reports. Then, we looked at the call recorder solution. Finally, we had a Q&A session about the company, the personnel, network infrastructure, and the feature/functionality. sctcperspective_Small.png cloud-hand-774.jpg Pricing Gotchas – Each vendor had its own blend of unusual items that it’d charge for: cost-per-queue slot, cost-per-channel (between the UCaaS and CCaaS systems), contact center-per-minute usage fees, short-term vs long-term call recorder storage fees. It’s important to drill down into these details. – BROADSOFT SOLUTIONSSolutions from two of the four respondents use the UCaaS platform from BroadSoft, a Cisco company. That meant the vendor demonstrations were nearly identical. In order to narrow our list, we basically had to focus on which vendor had a better network design for reliability and call quality, as well as which vendor provided the best customer service experience. – HYBRID SOLUTIONOne of the four respondents provided a hybrid solution. At each site, it had a device which transferred local station-to-station calls without leaving the premises or utilizing Internet bandwidth. This box also provided an interface for local dial tone, as a backup, if needed. Of course, this box also presented a single point of failure because if it were to go down, then the phones at that site would go down as well. The consolidation makes it difficult to choose a provider with confidence that you’re building a solid, long-term supplier relationship. “SCTC Perspectives” is written by members of the Society of Communications Technology Consultants, an international organization of independent information and communications technology professionals serving clients in all business sectors and government worldwide.Tags:News & ViewsUCaaS-CCaaS integrationhybrid cloudCloud CommunicationsBest PracticesCCaaSConsultant PerspectivesSCTCUCaaS Articles You Might Like Fortunately, along with good processes, we had good industry insight, and a good understanding of the market. Admittedly, even then, it was an interesting challenge! Premises vs Cloud Feature/Functionality – We really expected that the cloud provider’s feature/functionality would be significantly less than the premises-based solutions. We were surprised to find them fairly comparable (or if not, features were on the roadmap in the six- to 12-month timeframe). While cloud providers are still a bit behind on features , they’re closing the gap with rapid speed. See All in Cloud Communications » It was interesting to see that various providers emphasized the reliability of their infrastructure while others did not. It was also interesting to learn the number of current users each vendor had on its platform — more than you might think! – UCaaS/CCaaS JOINT SOLUTION (meaning, a UCaaS provider utilizing a third-party contact center-as-a-service, or CCaaS, provider offering)Three of the vendors provided telephony and contact center functionality in a single platform. The fourth vendor integrated a third-party CCaaS provider for the contact center functionality. Step 1 – Evaluate Your NeedsStep 2 – Decide on Cloud vs. Premises-Based Telephony SystemStep 3 – Agree on Your Decision CriteriaStep 4 – Narrow Down ProvidersStep 5 – Issue a Request for Quotation (RFQ) It’s a Marriage – In the cloud, once you get married, that’s it (well almost)! You’re with the one you choose, for better or worse. This is a departure from the premises phone system world, where once you purchase and install the equipment, you can choose among support providers, if needed. The cloud providers would say that you could just change to a different cloud provider. But there is a ton of work in 1) vendor selection, 2) design, 3) installation, and 4) training. Lots more work! So it’s not quite the same situation. read more

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Rolling Stones expected to announce first studio album in a decade

first_img Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Lead guitarist Keith Richards said a year ago that he and bandmates Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts and Ron Wood planned to get back into the studio in 2016. On Wednesday, the band’s official Twitter feed said, “Tomorrow. 2 PM GMT/6 AM PST/9 AM EST.”The veteran rockers last released an album of new material in 2005 with “A Bigger Bang,” but have toured the world relentlessly. In March, they staged the first major concert by a Western rock band in Cuba, playing free for an estimated 500,000-strong crowd. COMING OCTOBER 6 pic.twitter.com/e8IC0vVFTJ— The Rolling Stones (@RollingStones) 3 October 2016 COMING OCTOBER 6 pic.twitter.com/c7XSocAIDK— The Rolling Stones (@RollingStones) 4 October 2016 The Rolling Stones are expected to announce on Thursday their first studio album in a decade after teasing new music for days on Twitter.The British rock band this week released on Twitter a 10-second snatch of a bluesy track and video of them playing in a studio, with the message “Coming Oct 6.” A new album would mark the longest interval between new studio sets for the band, which formed in London in 1962.The Stones are due to perform at a three-day outdoor festival in southern California this weekend dubbed “OldChella” because the lineup includes other stalwarts of rock and pop music including Paul McCartney, The Who and Bob Dylan.last_img read more

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Youre there to sell Its not sexist to ask an actress what

first_imgIt is not sexist to ask an actress what she is wearing on the red carpet, the actress Robin Wright has suggested, as she argues it only happens to women because men’s fashion is less interesting.Wright, star of House of Cards, said she had no problem being asked about her clothes, despite a high-profile Hollywood campaign which saw other actresses plead to be asked more serious questions.Speaking at the Cannes Film Festival at an event about women in film, she said red carpet questions were part of the necessary “give and take” of publicity.Wright, who has directed a seven-minute film for a special series in Cannes, also spoke about the real sexism she has faced in the industry, including a Parisian audition as a teenager in which she was rejected because her breasts were deemed less pleasing than a rival.”I think I was 17, in Paris, and went in for a go-see thinking they were just looking at the face,” she told the Kering Women in Motion talk.Doing an impression of an unnamed French director, she continued: “They said: ‘lift up your top. ‘No, I like the other one’s titties better’. That was probably the worst. That was during the audition. I didn’t get the job.” Wright has previously spoken about the sexism she has faced as an actress, including being paid less for her role in House of Cards than her on-screen husband Kevin Spacey. Speaking of her own attitude toward women’s rights, she said: “The problem is feminism today is such a derogatory and diva-like word. [but] Feminism means equality, period. Equal birth, equal pay.”Wright’s film, The Dark of Night, opened the Cannes Classics selection on Thursday night, and is described as a “female vigilante movie”. Robin Wright Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.center_img Asked about the Ask Her More campaign, which launched in 2015 with support from celebrities including Reese Witherspoon, Wright said: “That red carpet syndrome, it’s always going to be about the fashion. “That’s why it’s there, that’s why people are stopped on that carpet – because they’re wearing a designer’s piece.”You’re there to sell. They doing you a favour and you’re doing them a favour by giving them publicity. It’s give and take.”You’re a woman, you wear a dress, and people say ‘well why don’t they ask questions about the man in the tuxedo or the suit?’ Well it’s because they’re all wearing the same thing.” Robin Wright on the red carpet in Cannes on Thursday at a screening of Loveless (Nelyubov)Credit:Pascal Le Segretain/Gettylast_img read more

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McGuinness Sinn Féin is an antiabortion party

first_imgSINN FÉIN IS not a pro-abortion party, Martin McGuinness has said today.He was speaking to press during the party’s Ard Fheis, which attracted anti-abortion protesters outside the Royal Hotel and Theatre in Castlebar, Co Mayo.Speaking to Clare Byrne on RTÉ Radio, McGuinness said: “We are an anti-abortion party but we are also a party that recognises where there is a great risk to the life of the mother”.He said that could not be more evident than in the tragic death of Savita Halappanavar in Galway University Hospital last year. He said that the “polls on this issue clearly show that the people of Ireland recognise that where there is a grave risk to the life of the mother, something needs to be done, some legislation needs to be enacted”. We are not a pro-abortion party and to suggest that is to totally and absolutely misrepresent the positionMcGuinness added that he respects the rights of anybody to protest but some of the people who are protesting, work on the basis that where there is a risk to the life of the mother, that the life of the child should predominate.I think that’s wrong, I can’t agree with that. And quite clearly there are circumstances where the lives of women are at grave risk and we have not got the legislation in place which can protect those women in those circumstances. So I have a different view but I respect their view.Asked would he support a free vote in the party on voting on the issue, he said the party has consistently taken a position that wherever a party policy is decided, it is incumbent on all members of the party to abide by the party decision.He said that members of the party are able to express their own individual feelings on the issue, but “there is a responsibility on people whenever motions are passed at the Ard Fheis and particularly motions that the party feels is very important in terms of enacting legislation to save women’s lives who are at risk”.I think it’s very very important that we have a discipline within the party and that we have members that are going to vote on the party position.Today is the second day of the Ard Fheis, which is being attended by up to 2,000 grassroots members. Issues to be debated include the country’s abortion laws, the possibility of an all-Ireland football team and the economy, with 250 motions being debated overall.Read: Abortion, all-Ireland football team and political broadcasts on Sinn Féin agenda>last_img read more

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Federal politics leeches into the state election

first_imgToday’s by-election for the state seat of Melbourne is shaping up to be a two-horse race between Labor Greek Australian Jennifer Kanis and the Greens Cathy Oke. “I am feeling positive,” Ms Kanis tells Neos Kosmos but adds, “I think it will be a close election.” Ms Kanis has been working hard on the campaign trail for a “Labor win” but says “it will be close”. But without a Liberal candidate in the by-election, Dr Nick Economou, senior lecturer in politics at Monash University, says voters may be influenced by Federal government relationships and issues when casting today’s vote. “Given that there is no Liberal candidate there is no scope for a voter in Melbourne to demonstrate his or her opposition to the things that the Baillieu government is doing,” he tells Neos Kosmos. Dr Economou says that this election is purely a battle between Labor and the Greens to see who will win Melbourne. He says that without a Liberal candidate, the candidates can’t approach this by-election as “an exercise in criticism of the Baillieu government”. “You have two opposition parties with basically nothing to talk about and all of the tensions that are occurring in the relationships between Labor and Green in Canberra are leeching into the state contest and so that’s why there is enormous interest in what will happen on Saturday.” Because there is no representation made by the Baillieu government, he predicts that the voter may today find themselves influenced by Federal issues – such as asylum seekers and carbon tax – issues that have nothing to do with state politics but a hand that has been forced due to no real scope when making today’s decision. And due to this, he says Julie Gillard may face another political loss. “If the Greens are successful in the state seat of Melbourne, it will feed into the volatility of the caucus situation where the federal Labor caucus is just absolutely fearful with what’s happening to Labors’ votes under [Gillard’s] leadership. “[Labor] is losing blue collar support to the coalition and it’s losing some of its inner city cosmopolitan white collar support to the Greens so this result might be another thing that adds to the leadership tensions in Canberra. So it makes it quite a significant by-election which is not bad when you consider Mr Baillieu’s representatives aren’t there.” But Ms Kanis is quick to point out that a lot of the feedback she’s been receiving from voters in Melbourne are due to cuts made by the Baillieu government, particularly the cuts in the TAFE system. “People are very concerned about the cuts and the impact they will have is far reaching. You’ll see not only students, but people who have lost their jobs and need to reskill will have fewer options now with TAFE courses and campuses closing and even speaking with grandparents who are worried about what their grandchildren will do so it’s something that has a wide impact on the electorate of Melbourne.” Dr Nick Economou predicts a victory to the Greens but adds that it will be a “temporary victory”. “At the next general election in 2014 when the Liberal party will put a candidate up and if the Liberal party directs its preferences to Labor as it did in the last general election, Labor will regain the seat.” Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

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Dixie Carter to be part of WWE Network special about Kurt Angle

first_img Now Playing Up Next Twitter July 10, 2017 at 1:56 am July 10, 2017 at 3:58 am Now Playing Up Next Videos Articles here Sss July 9, 2017 at 1:59 pm Lol, every person in charge of what was considered a major promotion caused the demise of their promotion. The only exception might be ROH or Japan, but with WCW, ECW, AWA, and so on, their promoter is credited with causing the demise and no one in charge of a major promotion with international exposure other than Japan and WWE has escaped that so isn’t it possible that it’s simply a distasturius business to be in as a promoter? I mean if no one has really done it other than Vince and another one or two in the world, well…and say what you will about Heyman, Gagne, Bischoff and Carter and Jarrett (he has the same issue but didn’t even get out of the gates and it’s happened twice with him) but at least they took swings at the bat and for the most part held it together longer and brought their promotions further than anyone else seemingly has. For all their faults at least they all seemed to go down swinging. Kurt Angle July 9, 2017 at 2:07 am OC O I thought I wouldn’t have to hear about her again. Oh well. Now Playing Up Next 1.) That was Dixie Carter2.) Brooke Hogan was born in 1988 Seth Rollins Defends WWE On Two Separate Occasions I hear so many simply shit on every failed promoter but again, outside of Vince (who many bitch about), and the ROH and Japan examples (which make 3-5 people in the entire world), I’d love to hear the hundreds of examples of people who they should have modelled whereas in most industries that can be done Facebook If she somehow manages to get a job in WWE I hope they bury her career. Not only is she misinformed about wrestling but she cause the demise of Impact Wrestling due to financial problems. WhatsApp Ronda Rouseys Controversial Tweets Sponsored By WWE https://disq.us/url?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.bing.com%2Fimages%2Fsearch%3Fview%3DdetailV2%26ccid%3DhTwVIxR8%26id%3DF78ACC4BA34E159071C77B4C25D06B874339A8EB%26thid%3DOIP.hTwVIxR8ldhz-UysqXumQQEsDh%26q%3Ddixie%2Bcarter%2Bwwf%2B97%26simid%3D608014766219593844%26selectedIndex%3D23%26ajaxhist%3D0%3A7uxzIsIRbYQiWyeAUP2uMOXjPLM&cuid=3183725 July 8, 2017 at 12:37 pm Colby 9/13 Impact Highlights: oVe vs. Blanchard and Dreamer in Street Fight Main Event July 9, 2017 at 12:08 am TheCyberZon July 7, 2017 at 11:52 pm Videos Articles TheCyberZon OC O July 8, 2017 at 1:38 am TheCyberZon Seth Rollins Really? REALLY?? Of all the former TNA people, I never thought Dixie Carter would ever be on WWE programming. So will she even be allowed to mention TNA at all during this documentary? TNA is effectively dead but WWE doesn’t have control over it yet. Cesaro WWE.com is reporting that former TNA President Dixie Carter will be featured on the upcoming “WWE 24” special about Kurt Angle premiering this Monday after RAW.Carter, who was listed as being a “minority equity stakeholder” when Anthem Sports and Entertainment officially purchased TNA/Impact Wrestling back in January (now known as Global Force Wrestling), will be discussing working with Angle in TNA from 2006-2016.WWE began filming footage early on of Angle’s first meeting with Vince McMahon earlier this year when he was announced as the headliner for the Class of 2017 WWE Hall of Fame ceremony this past April during WrestleMania weekend.While both sides have worked together in the past including a talent exchange involving Ric Flair and Christian back in 2012, this marks the first time Carter will be featured on WWE programming since the Anthem takeover earlier this year.Recommended videosPowered by AnyClipSeth Rollins Defends WWE On Two Separate OccasionsVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:30/Current Time 0:04Loaded: 100.00%0:04Remaining Time -0:26 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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TheCyberZon July 10, 2017 at 6:10 am 17 COMMENTS July 8, 2017 at 12:35 pm July 10, 2017 at 2:23 pm July 9, 2017 at 12:09 am July 10, 2017 at 6:00 am Now Playing Up Next OC O Impact Wrestling announces move to AXS TV following Bound for Glory on October 20 OC O Well well. I’ll be damned all over again. Impact Results – 9/13/19 (Kiera Hogan vs. Tenille Dashwood, Street Fight Main Event) Adam Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Is WWE Losing Its Audience? Comments are closed. OC O hhh hp;o; Colby I don’t know if the mistake is on your end or mine but when I click on your link, I get some glamour shot of Brooke Hogan sitting on a bed with a varnished mahogany headboard & white pillows wearing some gaudy red negligee showing way too much side boob. XPI’d cut & paste it but Wrestleview doesn’t allow commenters to post pictures. OC O OC O ??? Your link is to a glamour shot of Brooke Hogan so I’m not sure what the point of that is. But what I meant is that Dixie was never on WWE programming in any official capacity until now. Kurt Angle Shares Message In Support Of Roman Reigns July 8, 2017 at 3:04 am Videos Articles Pinterest July 10, 2017 at 2:23 pm Vince McMahon Gave Roman Reigns Advice After Cancer Diagnosis Jeffery Adam Phillips TheCyberZon July 8, 2017 at 12:01 am Al79 She was a fan, plus WWE’s stock was the reason she got her father’s company to invest in TNA.https://www.bing.com/images/search?view=detailV2&ccid=hTwVIxR8&id=F78ACC4BA34E159071C77B4C25D06B874339A8EB&thid=OIP.hTwVIxR8ldhz-UysqXumQQEsDh&q=dixie+carter+wwf+97&simid=608014766219593844&selectedIndex=23&ajaxhist=0last_img read more

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Genting to lose ASEAN market share as Singapore Malaysia succumb to Philippines

first_img Load More Genting’s Resorts World Las Vegas names five key additions to executive team “For the last 25 years, ASEAN investors have viewed the Genting family of stocks as preeminent gaming exposure,” the investment bank said.“Now, we see demand dynamics in the region moving against the group. In particular, we see 2019 marking an inflection as Genting home markets Singapore and Malaysia cede their position as the largest ASEAN gambling locations to the Philippines and Cambodia.”Of particular concern to analysts are recent increases in Singapore’s entry levy and gaming tax, while Genting Malaysia faces a tax hike of its own and a delay to its Fox theme park amid litigation involving its US partners.The Philippines and Cambodia, meanwhile are looking at 2.4x growth between 2014 to 2019 with supply and demand continuing to grow at a faster pace than any of their regional counterparts.“We think Genting Singapore and Genting Malaysia stand at a disadvantage, and market share loss to regional competition will accelerate over the next few years,” JP Morgan said.“We see access and liquidity as primary sector drivers, placing Singapore and Malaysia at a disadvantage versus competition.”The analysts provided an Underweight rating on both stocks with potential downside of 11% to 15% on shares in the coming years.However, they said parent company Genting Group provides far greater opportunity due to upside from the potential monetization of the Resorts World Las Vegas and distributed risks thanks to its Plantation and Oil and Power assets. New Chief Executive vows to protect Macau’s gaming and tourism industry from harm The long-standing reputation of Genting Singapore and Genting Malaysia as ASEAN’s market leaders is set to come to an end, with the rapid growth of the Philippines and Cambodia marking them as the region’s top gaming destinations.The inevitable ceding of ASEAN market share is highlighted in a research note from JP Morgan which points to tougher operating conditions in Singapore and Malaysia versus a less restrictive regulatory landscape, higher incremental supply with lower non-gaming investment, significant cost advantages and increasing connectivity to China enjoyed by their rivals. Lack of premium mass strategy begs questions of SJM’s Grand Lisboa Palace launch: analysts RelatedPostslast_img read more

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Noncandidate Joe Miller issues campaignish press release

first_imgFormer U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miller didn’t file to run for any elected office this year, but the Republican issued a statement last night that has the look of a campaign press release.In it, Miller bashes Sen. Dan Sullivan for allegedly “betraying conservative values” by endorsing Sen. Lisa Murkowski, rather than candidate Dan Sullivan, the ex-Anchorage mayor. Miller ran against Murkowski in 2010 and against Sullivan in 2014.A flag-motif logo of Miller’s name and web address tops the press release, which was emailed to reporters by former Miller campaign policy advisor Matt Johnson.Ex-mayor Sullivan says he called Miller before filing to run against Murkowski in the Republican Primary.last_img

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Its become politicized advocates give notice of lawsuit to clean up Fairbanks

first_imgInversions like this one set in on cold winter days and trap PM2.5 and other pollutants near ground level, creating some of the worst air pollution in the nation that can cause severe respiratory problems and other health threats. (KUAC photo)Three environmental groups announced Wednesday they intend to sue the federal Environmental Protection Agency for what they say is its failure to require the Fairbanks North Star Borough to reduce air pollution.Listen nowThe three groups that announced their intention to sue the EPA include Fairbanks-based Citizens for Clean Air. Member Patrice Lee says the goal is simply to get the agency to do its job in requiring the state and borough to clean up the Fairbanks area’s air.“The borough’s been working on it, along with the state, for over 10 years, and we haven’t reached the goal of clean air,” Lee said in an interview Wednesday. “The law is clear. We need to obey the law and clean up the air.”The local group along with the Sierra Club and Anchorage-based Alaska Community Action on Toxics notified the EPA Wednesday of its intent to sue the agency.Officials with the groups say the lawsuit would seek to require the EPA to enforce provisions of the federal Clean Air Act that require the borough and state to reduce the level of health-damaging PM2.5. The tiny particles emitted by woodstoves and other sources accumulate in the air around Fairbanks during inversions on cold winter days, creating the worst air quality in the nation.“It’s a matter of health and safety,” Lee said. “Unfortunately it’s become politicized. But I think we view it as necessary to health and well-being.”Some area residents have for years fought the borough and its efforts to develop and enforce air-quality regulations to reduce PM2.5, especially within the so-called nonattainment area that encompasses much of Fairbanks and North Pole. Last week, opponents of efforts to reduce PM2.5 succeeded in passing ballot measure Proposition 4, which strips the borough of its authority to enforce air quality regulations. But Lee says that’s not why the groups are threatening to sue.“This wasn’t a knee-jerk reaction to Prop 4, by any stretch,” Lee said.Lee says the groups had been planning for months to issue the notice of intent to sue, because they say the EPA has for a fourth time missed a deadline to improve air quality enough to attain the standards set in the Clean Air Act. The groups say EPA is at fault for the state Department of Environmental Conservation’s failure to come up with a plan to bring the Fairbanks area into compliance with conditions set when EPA declared it a serious nonattainment area.“They had to come forward with a state implementation plan, a SIP, that would address the issue,” Lee said. “And they have not done that.”State and borough officials say they’re still working on that plan. If the groups follow through with the lawsuit threat, it would be the third such suit they’ve filed in the past four years over the issue. Lee says today’s notice of intent starts a 60-day clock that could result in a lawsuit.“The EPA has 60 days to appeal to the state to comply with the requirements of the Clean Air Act,” Lee said. “On day 61, if they have not submitted a SIP that can be considered complete by the EPA, we will file the suit.”As in previous lawsuits, the groups will be represented by the Denver-based organization Earthjustice. Lee says she and other local air-quality advocates understand the difficulty that many area residents face in converting their home-heating systems from wood to cleaner-burning fuels. And she says she appreciates efforts by many wood-burners to work with the advocates.“Citizens in the borough have tried to come together, and we do recognize each others’ frustrations,” Lee said. “There are legitimate frustrations both sides of this issue. But, the bottom line is there are many ways to heat a home, and only one way to breathe.”The borough Assembly will convene a special meeting tonight to talk with legal staff about how to respond to the passage of Proposition 4. They’re also likely to talk about the latest potential air-quality lawsuit.last_img read more

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DU publishes D Unit results today despite leak allegations

first_imgDU logoThe results of D (Gha) Unit admission test for the first-year honours courses of Dhaka University (DU) under 2018-2019 academic session will be published on Tuesday afternoon, reports UNB.Vice-chancellor Prof Akhtaruzzaman will announce the results from the central admission office (room no-214) of the registrar building at 3:30pm.On Monday, the Dhaka University authorities stayed results of the admission test which was scheduled be published on Monday following allegations of question paper leak.Fourteen images of handwritten question papers of Dhaka University’s ‘Gha’ unit entrance test were spread on social media around 9:17am on Friday, 43 minutes prior to the beginning of the exam.After scrutinising the images and the original question paper provided at the exam halls, it was found that 72 MCQ questions (19 in Bengali, 17 in English and 36 in general knowledge section) were matched.The first-year honours admission test of “Gha” unit was held on Friday. A total of 95,341 candidates appeared in the entry test this year against 1,615 seats under the unit.last_img read more

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Xbox One and PlayStation 4 hacked into one insane laptop

first_imgStop me if you’ve heard this one: an Xbox One and a Playstation 4 walk into a garage together. Someone crams them into a single laptop-style case and calls it The PlayBox.You’ve seen Ed Zarick’s work before here on Geek.com. A few years back, he turned an Xbox 360 into a 19-inch laptop. In September of last year, he built two portable Playstation 4 units with 22-inch 1080p displays, one in white and one in black. Then, in October, he polished off an Xbox One version. Now he’s combined his PlayBook 4 and Xbook One into a single creation. It’s an amazingly polished Frankenstein of a portable gaming system.Fitting a single console into a portable unit can be tricky enough, but two? As you can see, it required a good deal of patience and planning to get everything situated neatly.Finally, a single unit that lets you play Little Big Planet/The Last of Us and Halo/Ryse! Not at the same time, however. You can’t play on one console using the integrated display while a friend plays on an external one. The PlayBox can only power one system at a time, which seems logical enough. Powering both would generate a ton of heat, and the extra components would’ve made the PlayBox even bigger and heavier than it already is.The PlayBox is a custom creation commissioned by one of Ed’s customers, but you could certainly contact him if you’d like one of your own. Or, now that you’ve gotten a look at how his build came together, start hacking on one of your own design.last_img read more

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Flights Grounded at Newark Airport After Two Drones Spotted Flying Nearby

first_img Flights bound for Newark Liberty International Airport were halted on Tuesday evening, according to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).Two drones were seen about 3,500 feet above Teterboro Airport in Bergen County, New Jersey, a senior federal aviation source told ABC News. Teterboro Airport is about 17 miles north of Newark Liberty.After the sighting, takeoffs from Newark were halted and inbound planes were held in the air.#BREAKING A ground stop has been established at Newark Liberty International Airport after a drone activity seen on final approach to the airport, according to the FAA. pic.twitter.com/dF6vGj3J9Z— Jeffrey Cook (@JeffreyCook) January 22, 2019The New York Times reports that by 5:45 p.m., planes had resumed landing at Newark, but planes headed for the airport from other cities were blocked from taking off.The U.S. Department of Transportation announced last week proposed new rules and a pilot project to allow drones to fly overnight and over people without waivers under certain conditions.Last month, London’s Gatwick Airport, the UK’s second busiest airport, cancelled 800 flights and shut down for more than a day due to a drone disruption, which led to the arrest of two people.More on Geek.com:Report: UK Invests Millions in Anti-Drone TechWatch: Drone Helps Rescue Deer from Frozen LakeYou May Soon Be Able to Fly a Drone Over a Crowd, at Night UPS Wants to Bring Drone Deliveries to U.S. HospitalsWatch: Drone Captures Great White Sharks Interacting Off Cape Cod Stay on targetlast_img read more

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Soda can array revisited It may not beat the diffraction limit after

first_img More information: A. A. Maznev, et al. “Extraordinary focusing of sound above a soda can array without time reversal.” New Journal of Physics. DOI: 10.1088/1367-2630/17/4/042001 Experimental arrangement of the soda can array inside the anechoic room. The green line shows the scan line of the microphone that measures the acoustic intensity of the array. Credit: A. A. Maznev, et al. CC-BY-3.0 Explore further Although it was thought that the time reversal technique was essential for achieving the extreme focusing, the technique used in the new study is more straightforward: six speakers surrounding the array produce sound at a single frequency that continually increases. When the frequency approaches the cans’ resonant frequency of 420 Hz, the focal spot at the center of the array becomes progressively smaller, as measured by a microphone hanging overhead.The researchers’ analysis reveals that the principal reason for the sharp focusing is the same in both studies: the wavelength of the acoustic wave propagating above the array gets progressively shorter as its frequency approaches the Helmholtz resonance of the cans. In other words, the focusing effect is a result of the resonant nature of the metamaterial, and not a result of time reversal. The researchers explained that conventional materials don’t have acoustic resonances because atoms or molecules do not resonate at acoustic frequencies. However, using artificial building blocks such as soda cans, it’s possible to build locally resonant metamaterials with tailored properties that don’t have analogues in nature.Although time reversal may not be essential for achieving the sharp focusing, the technique still has undisputed advantages. For instance, time reversal allows the researchers to control the acoustic waves to focus on any chosen can, and it does not require the can array to have a specific shape. In contrast, the array that does not use time reversal must be shaped as a lens—in the current study the researchers used a hexagonal array approximating a circle.Although the researchers don’t see any direct practical applications of the soda can array for now, they note that there’s a certain educational value because the soda cans make a nice model system of a metamaterial: a metamaterial built of soda cans is just like a natural material built of atoms, but in this case the metamaterial can exhibit some remarkable acoustic properties. Despite this strong focusing, the scientists argue that neither study truly beats the diffraction limit. The problem lies in the fact that the above comparisons (1/25 and 1/40 the size of the wavelength) refer to the wavelength in air. The scientists explain that the comparison should instead be made with the wavelength of the acoustic wave in the soda can metamaterial, which becomes progressively smaller as the acoustic frequency approaches the resonant frequency of the cans from below. Furthermore, they found that the technique used in the previous study, called time reversal, which was thought to be crucial for the sharp focusing, is not a fundamental requirement. In both set-ups, the array of cans is surrounded by several speakers. However, in the array that used time reversal, a microphone placed above a can was used to emit a short sound pulse. Each speaker recorded a signal originating from this pulse, and then each speaker played back its own signal in reverse. When receiving the playback, the only can that resonated was the one from which the sound was originally captured. Everywhere else, the waves cancelled out. (Phys.org)—In 2011, scientists from the Institute Langevin in Paris built an array of 49 empty coke cans that resonate when exposed to an acoustic wave, causing the cans to produce sound similar to the way blowing across the top of an empty bottle produces sound. The researchers wanted to test the sound-focusing abilities of this array, which can be considered a metamaterial built of soda cans, whose properties depend on the structure of the array. © 2015 Phys.org This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Coke cans focus sound waves beyond the diffraction limit Journal information: New Journal of Physics Coauthor Gen Gu of Nanjing University with the soda can array in the anechoic (non-echoing) room. Although the array achieves extraordinary acoustic focusing due to its metamaterial properties, the scientists found that it does not truly beat the diffraction limit. Credit: A. A. Maznev, et al. Citation: Soda can array revisited: It may not beat the diffraction limit after all (2015, April 28) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2015-04-soda-array-revisited-diffraction-limit.html For any wave-focusing device—whether it be a microscope lens or a sound lens—the resolution is generally limited by the diffracting (bending) of the optical or acoustic waves. The resulting diffraction limit restricts the resolution to about half a wavelength. However, the researchers demonstrated that the soda can array can focus a 0.8-meter-long acoustic wave to a spot size of just a few centimeters, or about 1/25th the size of the acoustic wavelength—significantly beating the diffraction limit. But now, four years later, scientists have found that the soda can array may not truly beat the diffraction limit, and further, it may not even work in the way that was originally thought.In a paper published in the New Journal of Physics, A. A. Maznev, et al., from Nanjing University and MIT, have constructed an array of 37 empty coke cans and demonstrated that it can focus an acoustic wave to a spot size as small as 1/40 of the acoustic wavelength, making its focusing ability even stronger than in the previous work. last_img read more

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Costa Rica ponders tax on fast food soft drinks

first_imgOfficials from Costa Rica’sSocial Security System, or Caja, on Tuesday reported the agency will allocate just over ₡3 trillion ($5.5 billion) of its budget for covering public health care expenses and pension payments in 2016.That figure is 8.5 percent higher than what was invested this year, so the agency is evaluating new revenue sources that could include a new tax on soft drinks and fast food, chief financial manager Gustavo Picado Chacón said.A proposed bill for the new tax likely would be submitted for approval next year, but Picado noted that officials are aware the idea of ​​taxing food is not going to be an easy sell.“We know that the immediate reaction of most people will be to oppose [the new tax], but we also know it can have a positive effect, not only on our finances but also on public health,” he said.Mexico implemented taxes on soda and junk food in 2013 to the applause of public health advocates. On the soda side, preliminary results have shown an increase in the price of sugary drinks, a decrease in purchases of such drinks and an increase in purchases of bottled water.In Costa Rica, two separate studies released earlier this year found that Ticos’ eating habits are heavy in consumption of industrially processed foods and drinks, including an alarming amount of sodium among children.Picado said the Caja’s current funding model is strongly focused on mandatory monthly contributions made by workers and employers, representing just over 80 percent of its total income.That means any increase in unemployment figures directly affects the agency’s finances, “so it is imperative for us to find further income options, and one of those is taxes that have been successfully implemented in other countries,” he said.Costa Rica in 2012 passed an anti-smoking law that among other regulations set taxes on every cigarette sold. Collection of this tax in recent years has provided the Caja with about ₡22 billion ($40 million), the agency reported.Related: Costa Rican diet includes too much salt, processed food, experts say Facebook Comments Related posts:No free dental checkups for self-employed workers who owe the Caja, Sala IV rules Costa Rican diet includes too much salt, processed food, experts say Agriculture Ministry surveys population’s consumption of fruits, vegetables, seafood Costa Rica ranks healthiest country in Latin Americalast_img read more

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Birchwood Credit Services Taps 25Year Veteran for SVP Role

first_img in Headlines, News, Uncategorized Birchwood Credit Services Movers & Shakers 2014-09-09 Tory Barringer Birchwood Credit Services Taps 25-Year Veteran for SVP Role Sharecenter_img September 9, 2014 484 Views New Hampshire-based mortgage services provider Birchwood Credit Services announced the addition of John Shea of SVP of sales and marketing.Shea’s 25-year mortgage banking background includes management roles at Bank of America, Summit Mortgage, and most recently People’s United Bank in Massachusetts. He is also a member of a number of industry associations, including the Mortgage Bankers Association, the New Hampshire Association of Realtors, and the National Association of Mortgage Brokers.At Birchwood, Shea will put his vast experience to use in directing overall strategic planning, customer service, and sales growth, furthering the company’s efforts to deliver best-in-class customer service and the best mortgage credit and tenant screening products available in the industry.”I am very proud to be joining Birchwood Credit Services,” Shea said. “Having had the opportunity to work with Birchwood as a customer gives me a true understanding of the incredible level of personal care and services this company delivers on a daily basis.”last_img read more

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November 23 2007 The Arcosanti Gardens entered

first_imgNovember 23, 2007 The Arcosanti Gardens entered both the Yavapai County and Arizona State Fairs this year and it was a great success! The Yavapai County Fair was held in Prescott Valley in September and we won first place ribbons for: strawberry popcorn, purple Peruvian peppers, butternut squash, fresh oregano, braided garlic, dried rosemary, dried sage, garlic bulbs, and the most artistic display of vegetables. Second place ribbons were awarded for royalty purple pod beans, and sweet peppers. We also received third place ribbons for short burgundy okra, fresh rosemary, yellow pear tomatoes and Anaheim chili peppers. Points were awarded for all first second and third place category winners and Arcosanti tied for first place overall in the vegetables category! We won a coin toss (as a tie breaker) and the first place silver plate is now displayed in our gallery. [from left] Garden crew Melissa Soluski, Maggie Lamb, Katie Schroeder, agriculture manager Lisa Willott and agriculture intern Amber Klatt. [Photo & text: Lisa Willott] The Arizona State Fair in Phoenix, running in October and November was also successful. We received 13 first place ribbons for dried sage and rosemary, bowl gourds, butternut squash, garlic, yellow pear tomatoes, strawberry popcorn, Clemson spineless long okra, burgundy short okra, green tomatoes, tepary beans, and purple Peruvian peppers. Second place ribbons were won for purple snap beans and birdhouse gourds, and a third place ribbon for our last of the season eggplant. [from left]: Katie Schroeder, Lisa Willott and Amber Klatt with the award winning items and State Fair ribbons. [Photo: Amber Klatt & text: Lisa Willott] General notes for department: The harvest is wrapping up. We attended local Farmer’s Markets between May and the end of September in both Prescott and Prescott Valley in order to sell our produce and pass on information and brochures to people about the Arcosanti project. The greenhouse is planted with lettuces and greens and outdoors we are planting the last of the garlic and harvesting the last butternut squash and few remaining vegetables (zucchini, cucumber, tomatoes) before it freezes. We will begin to plant our winter cover crop shortly. And we will have a new batch of honey available soon from the summer blossoms at Arcosanti. And for Thanksgiving, we donated about 100 lbs of our butternut squash to BMIS Black Mesa Indigineous Support Group in Black Mesa, AZ. [from upper left]: At the farmers market, Lisa Willott, foundry staff Rick Frost, Maggie Lamb, Melissa Soluski, foundry staff Tucker Zenski and Amber Klatt. Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. Thanksgiving at Arcosanti photos will be posted on Monday, 11/26/2007. [Photo: Amber Klatt & text: Lisa Willott]last_img read more

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