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a month agoTorino coach Mazzarri: Blame me for Lecce loss

first_imgTorino coach Mazzarri: Blame me for Lecce lossby Carlos Volcanoa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveTorino coach Walter Mazzarri was left frustrated after defeat to Lecce.However, he insists he was to blame for the 2-1 loss.Mazzarri said, “I want to apologise to the fans, as they were exceptional despite this being our worst performance for a very long time.“We got almost everything wrong tonight. The internationals arrived late, but playing on Monday we even had an extra day compared to most others, so maybe I just got things wrong in training.“We had too many players who were sluggish and lost, they looked like the bad brothers of the players who beat Atalanta. I saw at least four who just weren’t themselves, so that must be my fault, as I was unable to motivate or focus them.“Aside from possession, which at 2 miles per hour is futile anyway, we got nothing right. We didn’t even put in decent crosses other than from corners.“We had to concentrate on what we’ve always done well and we didn’t. If you look at their first goal, it’s inexplicable. You cannot concede a goal like that.“Last season, we were constantly pinning opponents back and then at times incidents didn’t go our way, including VAR interpretations. Tonight, Lecce looked capable of scoring a third or fourth goal.” About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

The NCAA Tournament Has Turned Into A Dunk Contest

Texas Southern10.5 The dunkers are thrivingDivision I men’s college basketball teams for whom at least 10 percent of their 2-point field-goal attempts in 2018-19 were dunk attempts Mississippi St.12.3✓ Marshall10.1 Northeastern10.4✓ Virginia10.7✓✓ LSU14.2✓✓ Gonzaga11.4✓✓ UCF14.0✓ UCLA13.5 Auburn13.4✓✓ Florida St.16.0✓✓ TeamShare of offense from DunksMade Tournament?Made Sweet 16? Texas12.8 Source: Barttovik.com Arkansas12.5 To be sure, some of this is intuitive. Advances in science and technology make comparing today’s college athlete to those of yesteryear a comical examination. Perhaps more than ever, basketball rewards height — and, increasingly, arm length — and athleticism. Nowadays, warm-up lines seem to be as much for the fans as for the players. Tennessee is credited for starting a choreographed dunk during warm-ups that involves the entire team. It spread around the country and even reached the NBA.The digital market is saturated with looped clips of diminutive high-flyers, players leapfrogging multiple humans and guards audaciously double-pumping in transition. The NCAA’s official website ran a listicle of players it wants to see in a dunk contest.2Some posit that college already boasts the better contest. Because of his dunking prowess, Williamson eclipsed 1 million Instagram followers before he even got to college.As the number of dunk attempts has spiked, so too has their importance. Dunks accounted for 5.4 percent of all 2-point field goal attempts this season, the highest portion since 2014-15, and the fourth consecutive season that the national dunk share has risen.In fact, according to Bart Torvik’s website, three3Duke, Florida State and LSU. of the 12 teams with the most single-season dunks since 2010 can be found in this weekend’s regional semifinals. Little Rock10.6 Vanderbilt10.3 Murray St.13.8✓ Duke14.4✓✓ Georgia10.9 William & Mary10.4 In one of the most intoxicating games of this year’s NCAA Tournament, the UCF Knights went toe-to-toe with the top-seeded Duke Blue Devils. Leading up to and throughout the game, considerable bandwidth was spent debating whether the soon-to-be top pick in this year’s NBA draft, Zion Williamson, would add another body to his posterized graveyard. UCF center Tacko Fall, the would-be victim, chipped in 15 points on seven made shots, each of which came in eerily similar fashion. They were all dunks. At 7-foot-6, Fall is genetically predisposed to excel above the rim, as evidenced by his ability to jam it, flat-footed.Nobody this season dunked on Mike Krzyzewski’s squad more than Fall and the Knights. But the Blue Devils, which ultimately moved on with a win, are even more dunk crazy. And they aren’t the only team still playing in this tournament with eyes trained on the rim.This season’s Sweet 16 features a number of teams that relish slamming the ball through the cylinder. The teams have combined to produce 1,866 dunks this season. Three of the four dunk-happiest teams this season — Florida State, Duke, and LSU — are still in the field. Another contender, Gonzaga, ranks in the top 10 while Auburn, Virginia, Tennessee and Michigan rank in the top 30 by this measure. In all, six of this year’s Sweet 16 entries have a dunk share1The percentage of 2-point field-goal attempts that were dunks. exceeding 10 percent. Four years ago, only one did. Texas A&M10.2 Alabama10.6 Stanford14.9 Maryland10.7✓ Villanova12.8✓ Creighton10.3 Nevada11.3✓ Arizona St.12.0✓ Eastern Michigan12.6 Dayton12.2 Washington10.3✓ Xavier13.2 This is less about a few dunk-crazed teams and more a reflection of the nationwide trend in college basketball. As of Tuesday, there had been 19,550 dunks this season, the highest total of any season since at least 2010. Five years ago, for comparison, there were 17,687. Individually, the 2010 season featured 23 players who had at least 45 dunks. This season there are 36, seven of whom remain in the tournament. “We’re seeing more dunks,” Jay Bilas told The New York Times, “because there are more spectacular athletes out there.” Of course, there are outliers. Most noticeably, Loyola-Chicago made a surprise run into and past the Sweet 16 a season ago. The Ramblers had just 15 dunks, accumulating a 1.6 percent dunk share. Duke squares off with Virginia Tech on Friday and has a clear edge on dunking; the Hokies (62 dunks) have fewer than a third as many dunks as the Blue Devils (188). But far more often, it seems that the high-flyers are moving on.Dunks have held a special place in the NCAA Tournament for decades. It’s how many came to know the UNLV Runnin’ Rebels. It’s where Florida Gulf Coast, a plucky No. 15-seed in 2013, became known Dunk City. They have been everywhere this season and will continue to be, particularly with the regional semifinals featuring Florida State, Duke and LSU, three teams that have already skied for at least 177 dunks. The play has elevated the entertainment of the sport by a considerable measure.While the rise of the 3-pointer has justifiably garnered much attention, the dunk is the sport’s most marketable shot. The feat of athleticism is frequent fodder for highlight reels and commercials. And, since nearly 90 percent of all dunk attempts since 2010 have been converted into points, it’s likely the most efficient shot in basketball. What was once banned is now propelling the sport forward. So keep your eye on the rim this weekend as the Sweet 16 takes flight. read more

Ohio State womens basketball wins season opener

For the 17th consecutive year, the Ohio State women’s basketball team opened its season with a victory as the Buckeyes knocked off Tennessee State, 78-51, Sunday at the Schottenstein Center. Ten players scored for the Buckeyes, with senior guard Samantha Prahalis and junior guard Tayler Hill leading the way with 17 points each. Freshman forward Kalpana Beach, in her first-ever game for OSU, contributed 10 points and six rebounds. Beach said she found out just before the game that she was starting. “I knew it was going to be a lot different than high school,” Beach said. “So I just was going to go out and play as hard as I could and try not to make too many mistakes.” “(Beach) was nervous before the game,” Hill said with a smile following the victory. OSU surged out to a 48-21 halftime lead, holding TSU to 30 percent shooting in the first half and not allowing any second-chance or fast-break points. The Tigers kept pace with the Buckeyes during the second half with both teams notching 30 points. Coach Jim Foster attributed the drop in production in the second half to inconsistent offensive play. “I thought we started the game very aggressively,” Foster said. “I think it’s difficult to play 12 people and continue with continuity on offense. I think that’s probably what showed in the second half.” With Prahalis as the lone senior to go along with three juniors on the roster, OSU is the youngest team in the Big Ten, according to NCAA data. Foster said the early games in the season are vital in the development of the younger players. “I think one of the things that a young team needs to learn is that when you come in at halftime and sit down you’ve got to continue to be engaged when you go out there for the second half, regardless of what the score is,” Foster said. For the game, the Buckeyes shot 48 percent from the field to go along with a 23-for-29 clip from the free-throw line. OSU held a decisive advantage in free-throw attempts, with TSU only generating nine attempts from the line. OSU suffered a bit of a scare late in the second half when Prahalis, voted co-Big Ten Preseason Player of the Year by the conference’s coaches, was helped off the court by trainers when she fell and cramped up. Prahalis returned to action a few minutes later to finish the contest and assured reporters following the game that she was fine. The Buckeyes take to the Schottenstein Center court again to play Temple at 6 p.m. on Friday. OSU defeated the Owls, 84-75, on the road last season. read more

Urban Meyer Buckeye seniors address halftime basketball crowd

The Ohio State men’s basketball team received plenty of applause during its route of UMKC Friday night, but the Schottenstein Center reached a different decibel level for the football team. On the eve of The Game, coach Urban Meyer and the team’s senior class were met with applause and a standing ovation at a halftime break turned pep rally. “This group of seniors did give us everything they had,” said Meyer as he briefly addressed the crowd. “They are one game away from going down as one of the great senior classes in the history of Ohio State.” Meyer then handed the microphone to senior linebackers Etienne Sabino and Zach Boren. Sabino’s message to Buckeye Nation was short but clear. “We love you guys,” Sabino said. “Go Bucks, beat Blue.” Ohio State hosts Michigan on Saturday at Ohio Stadium. The Buckeyes fell to the Wolverines in Ann Arbor last year, 40-34. “We’ve been waiting a year to have a rematch with these guys from the Team Up North,” Boren said. “We need your help to go out as champions.” OSU is set to face Michigan at noon Saturday at Ohio Stadium. read more

Low establishes the rules for Germany squad

first_imgJoachim Low is taking no chances whatsoever this summer as Germany bid to become the first nation to retain the World Cup since Brazil between 1958 and 1962The 58-year-old has already been in charge of the national side for 12 years after replacing Jürgen Klinsmann at the end of the 2006 World Cup.Over this time Low has participated in six major tournaments and has become renown for his rather controversial rules that ban the players from sex, alcohol and social networking.However, Germany did win the 2014 World Cup under his guidance.Top 5 Bundesliga players to watch during the weekend Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 11, 2019 With the international activity cooling down for the next month, we go back to the Bundesliga’s Top 5 players to watch next weekend.The German…“The boys are very familiar with our behavioural rules,” said Low, according to Marca.“They know what our ambitions are.“Every player is a piece of a puzzle, the team is more important than individuals.”Germany will face Austria in the first of their two warm-up games this Saturday at the Wörthersee Stadion, before facing Saudi Arabia in their final match at Bayer Leverkusen’s BayArena on June 8.last_img read more

Napoli have adjusted to Ancelottis style Sheva

first_imgAndriy Shevchenko believes Napoli players are adapting well to the style of his old Milan boss Carlo Ancelotti.Ancelotti took over after three years of Maurizio Sarri and is transforming their tactics from 4-3-3 to a versatile 4-4-2.“I like Carlo’s team, as they are competitive and Ancelotti has changed a few things with great wisdom,” Sheva told Football Italia via La Gazzetta dello Sport.Sacchi explains Sarri, Conte, and Ancelotti Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Arrigo Sacchi talked about how Sarri has a tougher time at Juventus than Conte at Inter; while Ancelotti’s “blood is boiling” at Napoli.Arrigo Sacchi…“Now Napoli are starting to play in his style, so this all confirms what we’ve known for a while: Carlo is an intelligent man and that is his greatest strength. He never gets swept away or distraught, he always maintains his balance.“Having said that, I struggle to see anyone prevent Juventus from taking the Scudetto again. The gap is too big, but they can work towards next season.”Napoli are currently in the hunt for the title but are likely to settle for a top-four finish with Juve running away with the title.last_img read more

Soldotna Looks At Purchasing 2019 Ford Explorer Police Interceptor

first_imgIn a letter to the council the city intends to purchase the vehicle from Kendall in Anchorage. The city appropriated the necessary funds to purchase the vehicle when establishing the budget for this fiscal year. According to the ordinance, the total cost for the purchase is $33,210; and the necessary funds were appropriated in the FY 2019 operating budget for this purchase. The resolution will be on the consent agenda at the meeting on Wednesday, September 12, at 6pm. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Soldotna City Council will introduce a resolution at their meeting on Wednesday to approve the purchase of a new 2019 Ford Explorer Police Interceptor.last_img read more

GST impact subdued business activity push Nifty below 9900 Sensex drops around

first_imgA man looks at a screen across the road on the facade of the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) building in Mumbai May 16, 2014.Reuters fileThe Indian equity market is witnessing a mild downturn, with the benchmark index declining for the fifth straight day to a near four-week low.The BSE Sensex on Monday tanked 417 points intraday before closing at 31,626.63, down 296 points. On the other hand, NSE Nifty 50 Index slipped 91 percent or 0.92 percent to 9,872.60.The NSE Nifty Bank index fell for the fifth day in a row and hit a 1-month low on Monday, declining as much as 1.45 percent to touch 24,015 points.The corrections have been triggered by a series of factors such as GST impact on domestic market, subdued consumer spending, weak global cues, continues FPI outflows, muted growth forecast and because of growing global uncertainties.”Clearly both the initiatives (GST and demonetisation) had a more severe impact than what we have imagined. The negative impact is more in wholesale businesses in rural areas along with small and medium-sized industries. And, this is worrying,” Harsh Mariwala chairman of Marico told BloombergQuint.Recently, R Shankar Raman, chief financial officer (CFO) of Larsen and Toubro (L&T), opined that the government’s preparedness for rolling out tax reforms was nowhere close to what was claimed and this found reflection in the slipping GDP growth numbers.In an interview with Mint last week, Raman said, “…this pain is going to continue for another six to nine months, and consequently, working capital is going to get blocked. In fact, I don’t see the private sector coming back for the next couple of years.”On the global front, uncertainties keep putting pressure on emerging stock markets. The US Fed’s hawkish monetary policy stance and decision to begin its balance-sheet reduction programme from October 2017, a sharp depreciation in the rupee over the past two weeks and increasing tensions in the Korean peninsula are pushing investors away from the market.Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) have been net sellers form the past two months. As on September 25, they pulled Rs 4,511 crore out of the Indian equity market and in August they pulled out a whopping Rs 12,770 crore, according to NSDL data.last_img read more

42 foreigners among Sri Lanka attack victims

first_imgA police officer inspects the site of a gun battle between troops and suspected Islamist militants, on the east coast of Sri Lanka, in Kalmunai, 28 April, 2019. Photo: ReutersSri Lankan authorities have identified 42 foreign nationals among the 253 people killed in the string of Easter suicide bombings, officials said Tuesday.Another 12 foreigners remain unaccounted for and could be among still unidentified bodies at Colombo’s police morgue, foreign ministry officials said.Five wounded foreigners were still in hospital after the 21 April blasts at churches and hotels claimed by the Islamic State group.A ministry statement said the highest number of victims were from India (11) followed by Britain (six), China (four) and Denmark (three).Saudi Arabia, Spain and Turkey lost two nationals each. Bangladesh, Japan, the Netherlands, Portugal, Switzerland, United States, all lost one national.There were six other people with more than one nationality.Previously authorities had said that 40 foreign nationals were killed and had not given a breakdown on their nationalities.”Human remains of 25 foreign nationals have been repatriated by Monday evening,” the foreign ministry said in a statement.”Additionally, 12 foreign nationals are unaccounted for at present, and could be among the unidentified victims at the Colombo Judicial Medical Officer’s mortuary.”Identification of those killed at the luxury hotels was difficult because many of the bodies were badly mutilated, health authorities have said.The government has declared a state of emergency after the devastating blasts and banned two jihadists groups accused of responsibility for the bombings.Many tourists have left the country after the attacks and there has been a sharp decline in the number of foreigners visiting the island after several countries warned against travel to Sri Lanka.Sri Lanka’s finance ministry expects a 30-percent decline in tourist arrivals this year leading to a loss in revenues of about $1.5 billion.last_img read more

Oh Gospel The Evolution of Praise Worship and Song

first_imgThe National Great Blacks in Wax Museum, Furs by Demetrios and Fade2Blac are sponsoring a concert named, “Oh Gospel! The Evolution of Praise, Worship and Song” at 6 p.m. April 11. The event will be held at New Antioch Baptist Church of Randallstown, located at 5609 Old Court Road, Windsor Mill, Md. General admission and group tickets are $35 and $60 for VIP. Contact NABCOR’s Rhema Christian Bookstore at 410-521-6130 or www.ohgospel.org for more information and to purchase tickets. The proceeds will benefit New Antioch Baptist Church of Randallstown.last_img read more

Looming DeVos Visit to UB Sparks Student Walk Outs

first_imgUniversity of Baltimore students and community members waved signs in Gordon Plaza on the school’s campus Sept. 11, in protest of the announcement that Betsy DeVos, the controversial U.S. Secretary of Education, will be the Fall commencement speaker at UB.Kurt Schmoke, UB President and former Baltimore Mayor, made the announcement last week, the same week DeVos announced an effort to roll back Obama-era Title IX protections across college campuses in the U.S., which in part protect students from sexual assault.Betsy DeVos, who has been a lightning rod for controversy as Donald Trump’s Secretary of Education, was invited to address the University of Baltimore’s fall commencement. (Courtesy Photo)“I’m graduating in December and I’m so proud of myself for the accomplishments that I have achieved here at UB and my graduation will not be the same for myself or any of the students here. She does not represent the ideals of what UB is or what Baltimore City has for the public education system at all,” graduate student Devon Washington, told the AFRO.According to the University of Baltimore Student Government Association (SGA), the student body had no say in the decision to invite Devos to speak at the school’s commencement. “The truth is we welcome Betsy Devos here to come on campus. This is not the right time or right atmosphere for her to come and speak on policies that we don’t truly represent,” Keanuu Smith-Brown Student Government Vice President said. “If she is going to come and stand in front of us and say that she is going to cut funding for public schools and she is going to stand in front of us and say that she is willing to cut funding for Pell grants and stand in front of us and say that she is not going to enforce Title IX on universities and campuses across the country then no, we are not going to back a woman like that.”Smith-Brown would prefer that Devos would come to the campus and address the issues he mentioned instead of promoting policies that do not represent the student body.A petition that requested President Schmoke rescind his invitation to DeVos has generated over 2,800 signatures so far.Schmoke issued a statement Sept. 11 that said, “I extended my invitation to Secretary DeVos in January of this year and she accepted shortly thereafter. In my letter of invitation, I afforded her the opportunity to use the event to not only congratulate our graduates but to also present her views on higher education issues on her choice…After reading about events at other universities where persons were denied the right to speak because some on campus opposed the views of the speaker, I became convinced that the University of Baltimore was the right institution to affirm the academy’s commitment to freedom of speech.”Ben Jealous, the former National President & CEO of the NAACP and current candidate for Maryland governor, also stood in solidarity with the students and spoke at the protest. He told the AFRO, “I teach at Princeton University and I’m a big supporter of bringing controversial speakers to campus on every day except for graduation day. Our graduation speakers traditionally are speakers who speak to the best values of the university and the highest aspirations of the students. Betsy Devos’s leadership is contrary to both,” Jealous said.This is not the first time DeVos has been met with criticism on a college campus. Last spring, many graduates at Bethune-Cookman University turned their backs on her as she spoke at the historically Black university’s Spring commencement.last_img read more

Sensorequipped footballs could help refs and players

first_imgEquipped with a GPS receiver and accelerometer, a football could help refs make calls such as whether the ball was caught before it hit the ground, or if a player had possession before fumbling. Image credit: Andrew Rush/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Citation: Sensor-equipped footballs could help refs and players (2008, December 19) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2008-12-sensor-equipped-footballs-refs-players.html Explore further Wimbledon: lawns look lovely, but time to keep off the grass After getting tired of throwing things at the TV during unfair calls, Narasimhan wondered if it would be possible to improve the accuracy of the referees’ decisions by adding sensor technology to the instant replays. She began working on a way to equip the football with a GPS receiver and an accelerometer that could help refs make calls such as whether the ball was caught before it hit the ground, or if a player had possession before fumbling. She has also designed gloves with 15 touch sensors that wirelessly transmit data to a computer. The data can show a player’s grip by sensing which parts of the glove are in contact with ball at any given time, and provide information on how an individual player throws the ball.Narasimhan hopes that the technology will be used for training referees and players, and possibly scouting. She doesn’t intend for the electronics to take any of the fun out of the game.”You’d never want to replace the human referees because they make these calls based on years of experience, and no technology can replace that,” she said. “But in addition to the instant replay, if you had a supplementary system that said this is exactly where the ball landed and where the player stopped with it, you could make these kinds of calls accurately.”Besides being used in games, the technology could be used to help coaches, for instance, when they need to replace a second-string quarterback. Potential replacements could wear the sensor-laden gloves while throwing and running, and coaches could tell how the players react in different situations. “You could have whoever you’re scouting wear these gloves and you could ask, well, does he throw the same way under the same defensive schemes or does he run the same way and make the same kind of cuts as a terrific running back does?” she said.The technology still needs improvement to be useful, though. The current prototype transmits information just once a second and is only accurate to within 30 feet. Narasimhan and her students are working on a newer prototype that can transmit information four times per second and combine data from fixed GPS receivers near the field for greater accuracy.Besides the ball and gloves, sensors could one day be added to players’ shoes to measure running stride and patterns, or in shoulder pads to calculate blocking positions and force. Narasimhan hopes to work with a college or pro team to get players’ input on what kind of information would be most helpful for improving their game.via: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Gizmodo© 2008 PhysOrg.com 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. (PhysOrg.com) — When Dr. Priya Narasimhan moved to Pittsburgh seven years ago, she fell in love with the people, the city, and the Pittsburgh Steelers. Although the Carnegie Mellon computer engineering professor grew up in India and Africa, she became passionate about the American sport of football, including its bad calls and referees’ human error.last_img read more

Bromium sets up business net around malware Update

first_img PausePlay% buffered00:0000:00UnmuteMuteDisable captionsEnable captionsSettingsCaptionsDisabledQuality0SpeedNormalCaptionsGo back to previous menuQualityGo back to previous menuSpeedGo back to previous menu0.5×0.75×Normal1.25×1.5×1.75×2×Exit fullscreenEnter fullscreen © 2012 Phys.org www.bromium.com/www.bromium.com/misc/Bromium_vSentry_WP.pdf (Phys.org)—Bromium has announced the availability of a product intended to make a significant difference in how enterprises cope with relentless attempts to attack their systems with malware, burdening IT departments and preventing employees from carrying on business as usual. The only headaches inherent in Bromium’s product might beset rival security companies that do business in anti-virus software and data protection. Ian Pratt, Bromium co-founder, said, “Traditional security products rely on being able to look at any document in advance and decide whether it contains malicious code which can be identified by `signatures’ already reported…. Yes, a bit like after the horse has bolted.” Malware can take ugly leap forward to virtual machines Citation: Bromium sets up business net around malware (Update) (2012, September 19) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2012-09-bromium-net-business-malware.html Bromium’s software product is called vSentry, and the technology approach rests on a micro-virtual machine—an isolated environment— that protects the underlying operating system and whatever content is stored on the machine from malware. The microVM isolates attacks, trapping malware and analyzing it so that IT staff can explore it further without interruption to employee computer users. According to its designers, a PC user at a company would not be aware that it is installed. The machine tracks employee use of the web. All the data from a website visit is contained. vSentry places each document into this virtual machine. If someone clicks a bad link, the micro-VM will keep it until the IT administrator views and disposes of it. The virus cannot escape from the safety shield of this environment to enter the actual computer. The company’s target is the enterprise customer, because that is where the opportunity lies for the virtual machine approach. vSentry is licensed per-user, enterprise wide, and priced according to volume. Security teams may have ample expertise but they cannot actively block attacks they never saw before. The vSentry appeal is not just that employees can be free to work without fear of bringing up viruses, but that the information captured for the dashboard provides information on the malware attempts. The company says that the information via vSentry’s “Live Attack Visualization and Analysis” (LAVA) feature delivers information about the attack’s origin, techniques, and targets.Rather than reducing the need for a security team, the product gives them more power to work on security protection for the business with better success. Bromium says its LAVA delivers high malware detection rates. Micro-VM analysis can look at forms of attack that include rootkits and bootkits and generate signatures for otherwise undetectable attacks. The idea is that an enterprise security team can in turn update security mechanisms or fortify defenses of specific attack targets. The drawback is that the product only works on Windows. Platform requirements in full are given as Intel i3, i5, i7 processor; 4 GB RAM; Windows 7 64-bit. It does not run on Macs and it does not run on ARM architectures.center_img More information: Credit: Bromium 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. Explore further Play Credit: Bromium Some outsiders say that this represents lost opportunity for the company as, on the enterprise level, more employees are using iPads and mobile devices to do their work. Nonetheless, the company co-founders have told reporters that in time wider support is in the works including versions for Windows 8 and Mac OSX. This week’s product announcement had some sites voicing superlatives, implying the software can do a lot to mitigate the business angst and costs of computer malware.last_img

Blue light from smartphones may speed blindness

first_imgBlue light emitted from smartphones and other digital devices can accelerate blindness by transforming vital molecules in the eye’s retina into cell killers, a study has found.Macular degeneration, an incurable eye disease that results in significant vision loss starting on average in a person’s 50s or 60s, is the death of photoreceptor cells in the retina.Those cells need molecules called retinal to sense light and trigger a cascade of signalling to the brain. Also Read – Add new books to your shelf”We are being exposed to blue light continuously, and the eye’s cornea and lens cannot block or reflect it,” said Ajith Karunarathne, an assistant professor at University of Toledo in the US.”It’s no secret that blue light harms our vision by damaging the eye’s retina. Our experiments explain how this happens, and we hope this leads to therapies that slow macular degeneration, such as a new kind of eye drop,” said Karunarathne.The study, published in the journal Scientific Reports, found that blue light exposure causes retinal to trigger reactions that generate poisonous chemical molecules in photoreceptor cells. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsive”It’s toxic. If you shine blue light on retinal, the retinal kills photoreceptor cells as the signalling molecule on the membrane dissolves,” said Kasun Ratnayake, a PhD student researcher working in Karunarathne’s group.”Photoreceptor cells do not regenerate in the eye. When they’re dead, they’re dead for good,” said Ratnayak.Karunarathne introduced retinal molecules to other cell types in the body, such as cancer cells, heart cells and neurons. When exposed to blue light, these cell types died as a result of the combination with retinal. Blue light alone or retinal without blue light had no effect on cells. “No activity is sparked with green, yellow or red light. The retinal-generated toxicity by blue light is universal. It can kill any cell type,” Karunarathne said. The researcher found that a molecule called alpha tocoferol, a Vitamin E derivative and a natural antioxidant in the eye and body, stops the cells from dying.However, as a person ages or the immune system is suppressed, people lose the ability to fight against the attack by retinal and blue light.”If you look at the amount of light coming out of your cell phone, it’s not great but it seems tolerable,” Dr. in the UT Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, said.”Some cell phone companies are adding blue-light filters to the screens, and I think that is a good idea,” said John Payton, visiting assistant professor at University of Toledo.last_img read more

Rep Leutheuser Michigan on verge of history with car insurance reform

first_img Michigan drivers would be in line for significantly lower car insurance rates through a bipartisan plan approved today by Rep. Eric Leutheuser and the state House.The plan – approved with broad bipartisan support – guarantees lower rates by giving drivers more choice on personal injury protection coverage, stops price gouging on medical services provided to car accident victims, and combats fraudulent claims. All Michigan drivers will save money on the personal injury protection portion of their policies, and some could save hundreds of dollars a year or more, depending on which coverage options they choose.The bipartisan solution – coming after months of hearings and weeks of negotiations – is designed to end Michigan’s reputation as the state with the most expensive car insurance rates in the nation. The plan should soon be headed to the governor for her expected signature.Leutheuser – a former car dealership owner – heard complaints about the high cost of car insurance long before he was elected to the Michigan House in 2014.“It’s one of the biggest reasons I wanted to serve in the Legislature – because it’s one of the biggest issues facing Michigan,” said Leutheuser, of Hillsdale. “The high cost of car insurance holds back families and prevents our entire state’s economy from running on all cylinders. Now we’re on the verge of history and delivering real reform. These changes will help families make ends meet and make the state a better place to live, work and raise a family. And it will make Michigan a better location for job providers.”Michigan’s costs are high largely because it’s the only state mandating unlimited lifetime health care coverage through car insurance. The bipartisan reform plan allows those currently using the coverage to keep it, and those who want it in the future to continue buying it – while providing more affordable options.##### 24May Rep. Leutheuser: Michigan on ‘verge of history’ with car insurance reform Categories: Leutheuser News,Newslast_img read more

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The office will take over data and information management archive activities from the National Environmental Satellite, nearly half turned out to be male. after he spent the night in a..VIEW MOREMuhammed Muheisen—AP for TIME1 of 11technologySee How Smartphones Have Become a Lifeline for RefugeesPatrick WittyOct 08 2015Mustafah Arnab’s hands were cold pruned and shaking as he tore away the thin plastic film protecting his smartphone He had spent nearly four hours aboard an overcrowded rubber boat crossing the Aegean Sea from Turkey to Greece The 25-year-old Syrian doctor from Damascus who was making his way to friends in Germany was desperate to do two things: message his family and take a selfie He turned to me as his phone powered on “I will take a selfie with you” he exclaimed relieved and eager to relay news of his safe arrival in GreeceRefugees fleeing war-torn territory have come to rely on their phones to make a passage to a better life They use messaging apps such as WhatsApp Viber and Line to communicate with loved ones back home They navigate border crossings via Google Maps and Facebook Messenger Their travails are documented on Instagram A smartphone is often the only item they carryRelatedBusinessToyota Recalls Over 1 Million Vehicles Worldwide to Fix Airbag ProblemBusinessToyota Recalls Over 1 Million Vehicles Worldwide to Fix Airbag ProblemThe European refugee crisis is the first of its kind in a fully digital age and that has changed how the exodus is unfolding With each border crossing there is a race to find a new signal a new local SIM card or a public wi-fi network Wasem Farra 34 stares blankly into his phone while waiting in line for a bus just over the Serbian border in Roszke Hungary No luck “I’m trying to catch Internet” says Farra who is from Dara‘a Syria “I want to call my mother and tell her we are here They are afraid about us We want to tell them we are OK” Farra is trying to get to Germany with seven people including his sisterRami Shahhoud’s phone whistles with notifications as we talk on the same border Shahhoud 42 has been keeping in touch with his wife and family in Damascus throughout his journey using multiple SIM cards—a Turkish SIM card then a Greek SIM card and now a Serbian one “If it were five years ago they’d maybe be thinking what’s happening to me and I’d be wondering what’s happening to them” he says “But now thank God for this technology”Many refugees are using apps as pathfinders devices to show them the best—or least dangerous— way west “We heard the police will catch you if you go through the fields” Ali Sheikhou 30 tells me in Roszke His phone is tethered to a battery pack glowing blue through his jacket It’s all he has with him from home A friend traveling ahead of him has been advising Sheikhou via WhatsApp about the conditions of the camps in Hungary which he found abysmal “We don’t want to go to the camps” Sheikhou concludesTechnology can also quickly become a lifeline Thousands of refugees have lost their lives on sea journeys—and Kinan al-Khatid tells me he knew the risk Instead of wrapping his phone in plastic or securing it inside a balloon as many others have done he had typed out an SOS message and readied himself to send it to three programmed numbers along with his group’s exact GPS position the moment something went wrong: “Please help us—save us” He says that ultimately he didn’t have to hit sendThis is a new phenomenon says Peter Bouckaert Human Rights Watch’s emergencies director “Most of the Syrians fleeing are educated and urban so they have the funds and the exposure to use smartphones effectively” he wrote in an email See How Refugees Use Selfies to Document Their Journey Refugees take a selfie after arriving on the island of Lesbos in GreecePatrick Witty for TIME Refugees take a selfie after arriving on the island of Lesbos in GreecePatrick Witty for TIME1 of 16And then there is digital scrapbooking On the coast of Lesbos Greece the moment refugees land safely ashore smartphones appear and the taking of selfies begins “We want memories from the bad trip we had” says Mehar Ahmed Aloussi 30 from Damascus “When I go and settle down in another country I want to remember my way” Cell phones create an endless need for electricity Inside Keleti Station in Budapest where refugees camp out while waiting to catch trains to Austria there’s been an outpouring of expected donations: food water and tents One area is overflowing with shoes another with clothing But the most in-demand area by far is a small wooden table manned by a couple of Hungarian volunteers Above them is a sign handwritten in English and Arabic that reads free wi-fi A half-dozen batteries are ducttaped to the rickety wooden table white wires flowing in every directionPower and wi-fi were in such demand at Keleti Station that Greenpeace Hungary set up an even larger tent to provide both It is packed from the moment it opens in the morning to closing time at the end of the day Greenpeace Hungary’s Reka Hunyadi says the need to communicate can seem as dire as the need for basic suppliesRabee Mohammed a 25-year-old from Aleppo Syria who is traveling along the Hungarian border doesn’t hesitate when I ask him which is more important food or power: “Charging my phone”Patrick Witty is a multimedia journalist and photo editor Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @patrickwittyMuhammed Muheisen is Associated Press’ chief photographer for the Middle East Follow him on Twitter @muheisen81Olivier Laurent who edited these photo essays is the editor of TIME LightBox Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @olivierclaurentMove over pumpkin spice lattethe hottest trend in coffee these days is cold Cold brew that is This isnt iced coffee which is hot coffee or espresso allowed to cool and then served over ice (or whipped up in a blender with milk and sugar-laden syrups and topped with whipped cream) Cold-brew coffee is exactly what it sounds like brewed by steeping coffee in cold water rather than hot And like another trendwere looking at you bone brothits a tried-and-true classic that is back in vogue Read more: 10 Coffee Drinks Worse Than a Candy Bar Proponents of cold-brew say that because the grounds arent exposed to hot water the resulting coffee is more flavorful and nuanced and less bitter than hot coffee (Heres some science around why if youre so inclined) You can buy cold-brew coffee ($1030 amazon) but if youre more of a DIY person its a cinch to make yourself Read more: Best and Worst Foods for Your Teeth "Cold brew is one of the easiest ways to brew coffee around" Michael Phillips director of training for Blue Bottle Coffee tells Health "If you have a bucket and some form of strainer or cheesecloth youre all set" Heres a step-by-step tutorial from Phillips: Measure it "A simple way to get a good ratio of coffee to water is to use one pound of coarsely ground (French press grind setting) coffee for one gallon of water" Phillips says A lighter-roast coffee will be fruitier and will work better for a longer steeping time; darker roasts are earthier Phillips recommends starting with filtered water: Water is "the majority of whats in the final cup so if it doesnt taste good to start the brew wont taste good in the end" Add H2O Put the coffee in a large clean container (Phillips recommends glass; its the easiest to clean and will not leave any flavor in the brew) Pour in a gallon of water taking care to get all of the coffee wet "I like to give it a good stir after 10 minutes to allow all of the grounds that were floating at the top to sink down to the bottom" Phillips says Cover the container with something breathable such as cheesecloth so no dust settles into it and let it stand at room temperature for 12 to 24 hours Read more: 6 Healthy Reasons to Keep Loving Coffee Strain it Set a strainer lined with cheesecloth or a paper filter on top of a clean container (this is the one that will be used to store the coffee) and pour in the coffee mixture Drink up Cover and refrigerate the brew for 4 to 5 days Its a concentrate so when youre ready to drink pour some of the brew into a cup and add some cold filtered water How much you add depends on how strongly you brewed your cold-brew and how strong you like your coffee Its best served cold Tip: Cold brew "also makes for a really easy-to-use ingredient for cooking to get coffee flavor into baked goods or even cocktails" Phillips says Read more: 9 Ways to Kick the Coffee Habit This article originally appeared on Healthcom Contact us at editors@timecomMelbourne:Grigor Dimitrov says his ability to change gears in his crunch win over Nick Kyrgios has given him the impetus to go even further at this year’s Australian Open The Bulgarian World No 3 admits he was struggling in the early rounds but he was outstanding in a high-quality four-set win over the mercurial Australian before a roaring full house on Rod Laver Arena on Sunday Grigor Dimitrov celebrates after defeating Nick Kyrgios in the fourth round AP Dimitrov yet to go beyond the semi-finals at a Grand Slam has a quarter-final with British 49th-ranked Kyle Edmund on Tuesday and a potential semi-final with 16-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal He said what came out of his high-pressure win over Kyrgios was his ability to up gears through a major tournament "I learned that I can switch to another gear when I really need it" Dimitrov said "I think this is something that I have been obviously struggling with in this tournament "The first three rounds I was not striking the ball well I know that but I was still clutch (able to succeed) in the important moments which was good" Dimitrov under Andy Murray’s former coach Dani Vallverdu said he was able to raise his level against the unpredictable Kyrgios "I was just able to lift my game completely having a high percentage in the first serve high percentage on the return counting a little bit more on my strongest weapons" he said "That was a good step forward for me" Dimitrov lost to Nadal over five sets in last year’s semi-final and he is heading in the same direction again this year "You’re entering a stage of a tournament where all these matches matter a lot more to all of us" he said "I think especially when you have a long tournament it’s important after certain rounds to reassess your game a little bit "You reassess your behaviour and kind of find a way to do something better to change something in order for you to be better" Dimitrov said he now planned to just "live in the moment" "You never know how many times you’re going to be able to come out on Rod Laver Arena and just play" he said "That itself gives me the motivation and that kind of kick hey man like you’re here now Just play" US military helicopter crashes in Iraq – US officials | Reuters World Reuters Mar 16 2018 06:45:19 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Updated Date: Mar 16 2018 06:45 AM 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And the collective toll of drilling from 2000 to 2012 means that the landscape has lost the ability to soak up 4. For more information about the services we offer or to discuss content subscriptions, And it reflects how far banking has come from its original business model. exchanging hugs and pleasantries, I think people are looking for someone who shoots straight for them and is honest and has leadership skills and is inclusive.500 votes. 2014. Gothamist posted a video of mouse scurrying across the bakery’s kitchen floor Thursday: “For one small bakery,e. had covalent bonds in its backbone chemically severed) or synthesized to consist of just a fraction of a naturally occurring DNA molecule . Although isolated DNA must be removed from its native cellular and chromosomal environment it has also been manipulated chemically so as to produce a molecule that is markedly different from that which exists in the body For this reason Lourie decided Myriad’s "composition of matter" patents are not products of nature and are therefore sound as would most likely be other claims on isolated genes He flatly rejected the position of the Obama Administration whose Justice Department had filed a brief siding with those who argue for a sweeping rejection of gene patents The judge tweaked the Justice Department noting that its brief contradicts the policy of US Patent and Trademark Office which has backed gene patents for more than 2 decades Lourie wrote: "We are left to guess about the status of any possible continuing interagency disagreements about the issue" At the same time the court rejected five of Myriad’s claims on ways to use the genes—"methods claims"—specifically by comparing an individual’s DNA sequence with a control or normal sequence to look for high-risk mutations The language used in Myriad’s patent the court found did not describe a specific method of transforming material into a useful invention Instead the court found the claims "are directed to the abstract mental processes of comparing two nucleotide sequences"-therefore not valid Myriad made the most of the good news and slighted the bad In a prepared statement today Myriad President and CEO Peter Meldrum said: "We strongly support the court’s decision that isolated DNA and cDNA are patent-eligible material . We believe this decision is in the best interests of the agriculture biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries" Myriad noted that the court had rejected five of the six Myriad methods claims in dispute but pointed out that 237 other methods claims for its cancer risk test BRACAnalysis were not affected The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) which along with the advocacy group PUBPAT of New York City supported the case against Myriad called the decision "a blow" to the their effort to free scientific research from legal restrictions Daniel Ravicher executive director of PUBPAT put a positive spin on the ruling in a prepared statement: All the judges today agreed that our clients had standing to bring this case and that analyzing gene sequences for alterations is not patentable The judges disagreed with each other on whether pieces of the human genome are patentable and we agree with [the dissenting opinion of] Judge Bryson who explained they are not because no one ‘invents’ genes Inventions are things like new genetic tools or drugs all of which can be patented because they are not genes themselves Robert Cook-Deegan director of the Center for Genome Ethics Law & Policy at Duke University in Durham North Carolina called today’s ruling "a very interesting decision" that’s likely to lead to further legal action: "I wouldn’t be surprised if both sides appealed to the Supreme Court" This is a luxurious and gluten-free holiday cake that’s perfect for all celebrations The dried fruits are soaked in orange cinnamon and vanilla aromatics for about one hour which creates a wonderful aroma and keeps the cake moist Serve in delicate portions after lunch or dinner or warm it up and enjoy as a pudding with Greek yogurt or a dollop of crème frache WHAT’S GREAT ABOUT IT: This cake is naturally sweetened with a high ratio of fruit which means you dont need to use any extra sugar in the recipe Ive used organically grown dried fruits in this cake which means theyre free from the preservative sulfur dioxide found in many commercial baked fruit cakes Dried fruits such as apricots fresh dates and prunes are rich in soluble fiber that supports digestive health Theyre also filled with minerals such as potassium and magnesium Im also using almond flour which replaces traditional white refined flours that make up most store-bought cakes The almond flour is gluten free and adds protein and moisture so I just need to add a small amount of macadamia nut or olive oil to make it complete INGREDIENTS: HOW TO PREPARE: NOTES & INSPIRATION: Store cake wrapped well in the fridge for up to four weeks Teresa Cutter founder of The Healthy Chef is an author nutritionist and classically trained chef You can find more of Cutters tips and recipes on her website app eBooks and Instagram “My main goal at The Healthy Chef is to get people cooking eating healthier and looking after their bodies so that we can all live better lives filled with health and happiness Instead of focusing on finicky nutrition details we should pay attention to the broader picture that is to eat natural foods focus on fresh fruits and vegetables and just keep it simple" Teresa Cutter Contact us at editors@timecomYom Kippur is a Jewish holiday that is marked by its solemnity and a day to begin the new year with a fresh start Yom Kippur which begins on Sept 18 this year is one of the most important religious days in Judaism (Though it might not seem that way based on US popular culture Hanukkah is actually one of the least important) The holiday is inseparable from its 25-hour fast which also prohibits drinking water even the water used for brushing one’s teeth Here’s what you should know about Yom Kippur and what it means for those observing What is Yom Kippur Yom Kippur is a Jewish holiday that translates to “Day of Atonement” in English It follows Rosh Hashanah the Jewish new year by a little more than a week and the two are known as the “Jewish high holidays” or “high holy days” Rosh Hashanah which began on Sept 9 this year marks the beginning of the Hebrew calendar currently in the year 5779 and is considered a time for joy and celebration When Yom Kippur takes place shortly thereafter it is supposed to be a time for observing Jews to repent for their sins and heal their souls for the new year Yom Kippur is the “holiest day of the year” for Jews according to Chabad a worldwide Orthodox Jewish movement When is Yom Kippur Yom Kippur begins at sundown on Tuesday Sept 18 and ends at sundown on Wednesday Sept 19 The fast lasts for 25 hours rather than the typical 24 of a full day The 25-hour observance on Yom Kippur allows a cushion of time for the subjectivity of “nightfall” as a moment in time Chabad says Those familiar with the Jewish faith may know that Shabbat or the sabbath lasts for 25 hours too Why do Jewish people fast on Yom Kippur Yom Kippur is characterized by a 25-hour fast The timing of this fast differs from fasting during the Muslim month of Ramadan when food can be consumed after sundown each night and before sunrise each day For Yom Kippur which only occurs for one day the fast is observed from sundown to sundown By extending the holiday for an extra hour those observing can be sure that the fast aligns properly with the date The fast occurs as part of the somber mood of the day of repentance However as with all Jewish holidays marked by a fast (there are six in total) those with medical conditions are not expected to put themselves in danger by fasting “The same Torah which commands us to fast on Yom Kippur tells us that guarding our health is far more important than fasting on this holy day” Chabad says What should you say to someone observing Yom Kippur On Yom Kippur it is customary to say “have an easy fast” rather than something jovial like “happy holidays” Those observing often say “yom tov” in Hebrew or “good yuntif” in Yiddish both of which are a wish to “have a good holy day” But if you say “happy holidays” don’t worry the holiday will become happy later that evening with a meal to break the fast after sundown The “break-fast” not to be confused with its homonym “breakfast” is the traditional meal following a fast (Being the first meal of the day a daily breakfast serves the same purpose) Jews from all over the world break their fasts after Yom Kippur with their own traditional fare but some customary foods served at a break-fast meal include dairy products and light foods so as not to shock the system after 25 hours with no sustenance Write to Rachel E Greenspan at rachelgreenspan@timecomHowever.

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