jim harbaugh jameis winston crab legs storyLast April, Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston set the blogosphere on fire after it was revealed that he stole crab legs and crawfish from a Tallahassee Publix. Eventually, Winston was suspended from the baseball team, though he faced no suspension from the football team for his transgression. Still, it was a big deal.Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh, who back then was the coach of the San Francisco 49ers, clearly hadn’t heard about Winston’s mistake. In a recent interview recorded for ESPN’s Draft Academy, Harbaugh and Michigan QB coach Jedd Fisch peppered both Winston and Baylor quarterback Bryce Petty with some questions they’ll face from real NFL teams. When Fisch brought up Winston’s “stone crab” issue, Harbaugh, who definitely had no clue what he was talking about, gave Winston a bewildered look. It’s incredible.Here’s a Vine of his reaction, per Barstool. Winston made a number of mistakes in his short time on campus – a few of which weren’t even mentioned in the clip. It’d be interesting to hear whether Harbaugh would be willing to take a chance on him – if he were still in the NFL. read more
Next Brazilian court upholds seizure of Ronaldinho’s passportFormer World Cup winner Ronaldinho is not being allowed to travel because of an ongoing lawsuit over alleged environmental crimes.advertisement Associated Press Rio de JaneiroMay 15, 2019UPDATED: May 15, 2019 10:35 IST File photo of Brazil football star Ronaldinho (AP Photo)A court in Brazil has upheld a decision to seize the passports of former World Cup winner Ronaldinho and his brother Assis Moreira.A panel of Brazil’s Superior Court of Justice ruled on Tuesday that the former Barcelona star should not be allowed to travel because of an ongoing lawsuit over alleged environmental crimes.Ronaldinho can still appeal the decision. His passport was seized in November because of unpaid damages of $2.1 million in the case.The suit is related to the illegal construction of a fishing platform and a berth on the shores of the Guaiba river in his hometown of Porto Alegre in 2015.Ronaldinho did not have the environmental license to build in the region.Also Read | Antoine Griezmann confirms Atletico Madrid exit amid rumours of Barcelona moveAlso See:For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAkshay Ramesh Tags :Follow RonaldinhoFollow Brazil Football read more
zoom Japanese Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. has reached a basic agreement with Gas Sayago, a joint venture between Uruguay’s state oil company ANCAP and state power company UTE, to continue the floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) project led by Gas Sayago.The government of Uruguay recently cancelled its contract with GNLS S.A., a 50-50 joint venture between ENGIE of France and Marubeni Corporation, and announced plans to continue the project by using MOL’s FSRU.MOL also reached a basic agreement with Gas Sayago to go ahead with the project under the new project structure.In October 2013, MOL signed a 20-year charter contract for an FSRU in the port of Montevideo, Uruguay, with GNLS, which was entrusted with the construction, ownership, and operation of the terminal project.The company said that this is the first FSRU project in which MOL will solely build, own, and operate the facility.The FSRU that will serve the project is under construction at Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., Ltd., in South Korea. It will be equipped with the largest LNG storage tank (263,000m3) of any FSRU in the world, and is expected to arrive in Uruguay and be ready for service in mid-2017, MOL added.The receiving terminal will be located four kilometers offshore off the Port of Montevideo, Uruguay, where FSRU will be moored on off shore jetty protected by breakwater. The FSRU will deliver natural gas ashore through high pressure arms located on the jetty head. The natural gas will be sent ashore via anž subsea pipeline.The move comes as MOL anticipates continued growth in the FSRU field, and is aggressively seeking new opportunities.FSRUs receive liquefied natural gas from LNG carriers, regasify it, and transmit it under high pressure to pipelines on land.The technology reached the practical application stage in 2005, and projects are now underway all over the world as an effective solution to developing LNG terminals in less time and at lower expense than conventional land-based terminals. read more
Families, social workers and health-care professionals are the stars of a new online video series about adoption. The 12-part project was launched today, Nov. 2, as part of Adoption Awareness Month in Nova Scotia. The video is a compilation of interviews that tell the story of the adoption process. The story is told by families talking about their experiences, concerns, challenges and ultimately rewards in adopting a child in need. “Recruiting loving supportive families for children in need is a big part of our job,” said Denise Peterson-Rafuse, Minister of Community Services. “These videos provide interested individuals and families with personal accounts about the adoption process, the support available and the rewards of becoming an adoptive parent.” The video series includes topics such as the adoption of African Nova Scotian and First Nation children, as well as adopting children with special needs and disabilities. Viewers can choose to watch the entire video or select an area of particular interest. “Families were getting overwhelmed with brochures, booklets and forms,” said Janet Nearing, manager of adoption. “A family can sit together and watch these videos and get a very real and personal understanding of the process.” Last year, 121 children were adopted by Nova Scotia families, but there are still many more waiting for a permanent home. Today, most children waiting to be adopted are school-age and, through no fault of their own, have had difficult life experiences. “Every child deserves to grow up in a loving and stable home and it is heartbreaking to think that some children are waiting for a permanent home,” said Ms. Peterson-Rafuse. “I encourage all Nova Scotians to consider adopting a child, and if you have any questions, go online and watch the videos.” To view the adoption videos, visit the Department of Community Services website at www.gov.ns.ca/coms . Interested people can call the adoption information line at 1-866-259-7780. read more
New Delhi: Markets regulator Sebi has sought a response from InterGlobe Aviation on a fresh letter by the company’s co-promoter Rakesh Gangwal regarding corporate governance issues. The latest letter from Gangwal came just days after the company’s annual general meeting held on August 27. Gangwal and co-promoter Rahul Bhatia have differences over certain corporate governance matters at InterGlobe Aviation, the parent of the country’s largest airline IndiGo. Also Read – Thermal coal import may surpass 200 MT this fiscalIn a filing to the stock exchanges on Wednesday, InterGlobe Aviation said Sebi has sought comments on a letter written by Gangwal on August 30. “The company will provide its response to the Sebi,” the filing said. On September 3, Sebi sought comments from the company on a letter received by the regulator from legal counsel of Gangwal. According to the filing, the letter reiterates certain issues that Gangwal had previously raised with Sebi and seeks certain directions from the regulator against the company and the IGE Group. Also Read – Food grain output seen at 140.57 mt in current fiscal on monsoon boostThe issues are related to amendment to the company’s Articles of Association (AoA) to remove the rights of the IGE Group, past related party transactions, non-independence of the current Chairman, refusal to hold the extraordinary general meeting when requisitioned by Gangwal and certain public statements made by the CEO, it said. Further, the company said at the annual general meeting held on August 27, both promoter groups have voted in favour of all the resolutions, including those to amend the AoA to expand the size of the board to 10 members and to appoint the Chairman as an independent director. “Further, as on date, the company has in place a revised Related Party Transaction (RPT) Policy as approved by the company’s Audit Committee and the Board of Directors,” the filing said. Sebi is already looking into alleged corporate governance lapses at InterGlobe Aviation after Gangwal, in July, wrote to the watchdog seeking its intervention to address certain issues. The allegations were rejected by the Bhatia camp. Gangwal, along with his affiliates holds around 37 per cent stake in InterGlobe Aviation, while Bhatia and his affiliates (IGE Group) have about 38 per cent shareholding in the company. read more
Police are seeking the public’s help in locating an expensive piece of heavy equipment that was stolen near Simcoe this week.The John Deere 410J backhoe has an estimated value of $94,000. It disappeared from a property on McDowell Road East in the early morning hours of Monday.The machine is yellow and orange and has a model year of 2011.Anyone with information regarding this theft is asked to contact the Norfolk OPP at 1-888-310-1122.Information can also be shared anonymously with Crime Stoppers of Haldimand and Norfolk at 1-800-222-8477. Callers to Crime Stoppers who help solve a crime are eligible for a cash reward of up to $2,000.Excavator windshield smashedDamage was pegged at $700 after a windshield on a piece of heavy equipment was smashed near Port Rowan.The Caterpillar excavator was parked overnight Monday at an address on Hazen Road. The windshield was broken with a rock.Norfolk OPP are investigating.Chainsaw, generator stolenProperty with an estimated value of $2,100 was stolen in Simcoe this week.The theft occurred overnight Monday at an address on First Avenue West. Missing is a 6,500-watt King Canada generator, a Husqvarna grass trimmer and a Stihl chainsaw.Norfolk OPP are investigating.Documents taken from vehicleSeveral birth certificates and health cards were stolen from an unlocked vehicle in Simcoe last week.The theft occurred on Norfolk Street North overnight Friday.Norfolk OPP are investigating.Paint job vandalizedA sharp object was used to destroy the paint job on a vehicle in Simcoe this week.The incident happened on Patterson Street. The damage was reported to police Tuesday.Anyone who saw something suspicious on Patterson Street is asked to contact the Norfolk OPP at 1-888-310-1122.Information can also be shared anonymously with Crime Stoppers of Haldimand and Norfolk at 1-800-222-8477.Generator stolen in SimcoePolice were furnished with images from a security camera after a generator was stolen from a home in Simcoe.The theft occurred on Johnson Crescent in the early morning hours of Sunday.Norfolk OPP could release images of suspects to the public if they believe that will advance their investigation.Tech nabs suspended driverAutomated licence-plate recognition technology alerted an officer with the Norfolk OPP to a motorist in bad standing over the weekend.The officer was southbound on Highway 24 Sunday morning when the alert system beeped at a vehicle headed the other way.As a result, a 24-year-old Norfolk man was pulled over and charged with driving under suspension and failure to produce proof of insurance.The accused will answer the charges at a later date in the Ontario Court of Justice in Simcoe. read more
Weekly US unemployment aid applications decline but not enough to signal stronger hiring by Christopher S. Rugaber, The Associated Press Posted Jun 28, 2012 10:16 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email WASHINGTON – The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment benefits fell last week, but the level of applications remains too high to signal a pickup in hiring.The Labor Department said Thursday that weekly applications fell to a seasonally adjusted 386,000. That’s down from 392,000 the previous week, which was revised up. The four-week average, which smooths week-to-week fluctuations, was mostly unchanged at 386,750.“Jobless claims are still too high and show that employment growth is slowing and no progress is being made,” said Jennifer Lee, an economist at BMO Capital Markets.Separately, the Commerce Department said the expanded at a 1.9 per cent annual rate in the first three months of the year. The third and final estimate for growth in the January-March quarter was unchanged from the government’s previous estimate.Most economists say growth has likely stayed roughly the same or possibly weakened since then. A sluggish job market and diminished consumer and business confidence have kept the economy from accelerating in the April-June quarter.Weekly unemployment applications are a measure of the pace of layoffs. When applications rise above 375,000, it generally means that hiring isn’t strong enough to rapidly lower the unemployment rate.Applications fell steadily over the winter, and monthly job gains soared. But since then applications have edged up and hiring has slowed, raising concerns about the recovery.Employers added an average of only 73,000 jobs per month in April and May. That’s much lower than the average of 226,000 added in the first three months of this year.The unemployment rate increased to 8.2 per cent in May, up from 8.1 per cent in April.The number of people continuing to receive benefits, meanwhile, rose to 5.9 million in the week ended June 9, the latest data available. That’s about 70,000 more than the previous week.Other recent indicators have painted a mixed picture of the economy.A closely watched private survey released this week showed consumer confidence fell in June for the fourth straight month. The Conference Board said worries about the job market outweighed lower gas prices and steady improvement in the housing market.And U.S. manufacturing activity, which has helped drive growth since the recession ended three years ago, has weakened. Factories produced less in May than April, the Federal Reserve said this month. Automakers cut back on output for the first time in six months. In June, manufacturing activity barely grew in the New York region and contracted sharply in the Philadelphia area, according to surveys by regional Federal Reserve banks.Also affecting the U.S. economy is Europe’s debt crisis, which has dampened demand for American exports. And consumers barely increased their retail spending in April and May.But there have been hopeful signs.U.S. factories received more orders for long-lasting manufactured goods in May, while a key measure of business investment plans rose.And the housing market is looking a little better. Home sales are up from last year, home prices are rising in most cities and homebuilders are planning to break ground on more projects in the next 12 months.Still, the Federal Reserve has cut its forecast for the year. It now expects growth of just 1.9 per cent to 2.4 per cent for 2012. That’s half a percentage point lower than the range it estimated in April. The Fed also says unemployment won’t fall much further this year than it has. read more
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. A 65-year-old man has been charged with the murder of 85-year-old Rosina Coleman.The pensioner was found dead at her home in Romford, east London, on Tuesday morning.The Metropolitan Police said Paul Prause, 65, of Romford, will appear at Redbridge Magistrates’ Court on Monday.Neighbours described Ms Coleman as “incredible” and someone who was “always happy”.She is believed to have two children and five grandchildren and had lived in the property alone after her husband died a few years ago.One neighbour, Freda Bridges, said Ms Coleman was a “very nice lady” who still went out with friends. read more
The Guyana National Bureau of Standards (GNBS) was represented at a one-day meeting hosted by the CARICOM Regional Organisation for Standards and Quality (CROSQ) in collaboration with the German Metrology Institute, on the Collaborative Labelling Appliances and Standards Programme (CLASP).Participants at the meetingThe seminar focused on the use of standards to reduce energy demand and usage in Lighting, Refrigerators and Air Conditioning Units.Janice Hilarie, Coordinator, Resource Mobilisation and Programme Development, CROSQ said discussions would have been held with consultants on establishing minimum energy performance and labelling standards for appliances. Hilarie explained that the meeting is part of a “R3 project that sees strengthening of the Regional Quality Infrastructure Services available to Electrical Appliances.”Janice Hilarie, Coordinator, Resource Mobilisation and Programme Development, CROSQ“Given what is happening in the energy sector and the effects of climate change we are trying to do something new in the region by having consumers work with electrical appliances that are energy efficient. However, we do not have the capacity (at the moment) to look at all the appliances, (so we are just focusing on these three),” Hilarie said.She further explained that the R3 project has three components; one includes the standardisation component, which involves developing standards on renewable energy technologies such as solar water heaters and PV panels. Additionally, Hilarie added that “standards cannot work on their own so we are looking at developing two to three labs in region where we look at the testing services that will be needed to ensure that the appliances are energy efficient”.Candelle Walcott-Bostwick, Executive Director, GNBS, said the agency is collaborating with the other bodies in order to develop standards for energy efficiency and the creation of a standards label. The sticker, to be placed on the three appliances, will carry information on the amount of energy the equipment consumes. A system allowing consumers to verify the labels is also being developed.Also in attendance was Jonathan Krull M.A, Project Coordinator, Technical Cooperation, Physikalisch- Technische Bundesanstalt, Germany. (DPI) Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedGA-FDD laboratories receive accreditationJuly 12, 2018In “Business”Consumers’ rights to take centre stage tomorrow – World Consumers Day to be observedMarch 14, 2017In “latest news”Metrology Bill proposes million-dollar fines, jail for sellers using false weightsJuly 10, 2017In “Business” read more
TWO FINE GAEL ministers have come out in support of the justice minister, Alan Shatter, after opposition TDs continued to criticise his allegations about independent TD Mick Wallace and an alleged motoring offence.Shatter attracted criticism for his comments on RTÉ’s Prime Time on Thursday night, when he alleged that Wallace had benefited from Garda discretion in an incident last year when he was caught using a mobile phone while driving.The Garda involved had decided not to issue a fixed charge notice against Wallace, Shatter claimed, saying that Wallace had benefited from the same Garda discretion that he was criticising in calling for an independent inquiry into alleged abuse of the discretion system.Wallace said he was unaware of the incident, details of which were not already in the public domain, leading to suggestions that the minister had abused his power by using his ministerial privilege to gain information about political opponents which he could then use against them.Fianna Fáil’s justice spokesman Niall Collins yesterday called for Shatter’s resignation – while former defence minister Willie O’Dea today described Shatter’s behaviour as “vindictive” and “mean”.“A lot of sensitive information of individuals come into their possession, by virtue of their job,” O’Dea said, referring to members of the cabinet.“What the Minister for Justice in this instance seems to have done […] is deliberately, and quite calculatedly, used this information to do down a political opponent,” he told RTÉ’s The Week in Politics. “I don’t think that’s acceptable for a minister.”United Left TD Clare Daly, meanwhile, said she was “shellshocked” that Shatter might use sensitive information and use it to make a political argument.“Where did Minister Shatter get this information?” Daly asked on RTÉ Radio 1′s This Week programme. Did he seek it? Was he given it? How much information does he have on the rest of us? […] This is like Orwell’s Big Brother. How many files does he have on other TDs?Bruton: Shatter’s comments in ‘public interest’On the same programmes, however, two Fine Gael ministers expressed support for Shatter.“There’s no doubt [that] there is some interest in knowing that those who are accusing the Gardaí of widespread corruption were themselves beneficiaries of a system which they said was utterly corrupt,” Bruton said on The Week in Politics.“That is a public interest,” the jobs minister insisted.On This Week, junior finance minister Brian Hayes said Shatter’s commends had exposed “rank hypocrisy”, by showing how some who had expressed anger at Garda discretion had themselves benefited from it.“That context was that people were claiming there should be no discretion, when at the same time… one of the deputies used that discretion,” he said.We’re not going to be lectured, quite frankly, by people who don’t pay their taxes, who owe a huge liability to the Irish state. There’s a context to all of this and people need to know that.Read: Shatter called on to resign over Wallace penalty points rowMore: Shatter rubbishes Wallace and upholds view he had penalty points quashed read more
YouTube’s product chief helps safeguard and expand the… YouTube is throttled the most, according to a new study. Angela Lang/CNET Wireless carriers have long said they may throttle, or slow down, data when mobile networks are congested. But a new study suggests your video viewing may be getting slowed down even when networks aren’t overcrowded. Researchers at Northeastern University and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst found that carriers throttle online video whether their mobile networks are congested or not. Location and time of day also appeared to have little impact, the researchers said. All four main US carriers — AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon — were found to be throttling, according to the study released Monday. The researchers collected data from more than 600,000 tests in the US between January 2018 and January 2019 using the Wehe app, which measures whether a provider is throttling speeds. Globally, they collected data from more than 1 million tests.When it comes to specific video apps, YouTube was throttled most often and Vimeo was throttled least often, according to the study. AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon all throttled YouTube and Netflix, the researchers said. T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon also all throttled Amazon Prime Video. “They are doing it all the time, 24/7, and it’s not based on networks being overloaded,” David Choffnes, associate professor at Northeastern University and a study co-author, told Bloomberg. AT&T said it doesn’t throttle, discriminate or degrade network performance based on content. “We offer customers choice, including speeds and features to manage their data,” AT&T spokesman Jim Greer said in an emailed statement. “This [Wehe] app fails to account for a user’s choice of settings or plan that may affect speeds. We’ve previously been in contact with the app developers to discuss how they can improve their app’s performance.”In a message, Choffnes said that the team doesn’t deny that the plan a user chooses or the plan’s settings can affect throttling. “What is true is that AT&T throttles a significant fraction of our user’s Wehe video tests (about 70%). So at least for our users, it seems very likely that their plan/settings are set up to throttle video,” Choffnes said. In addition, the researchers said that throttling can lead to decreased video quality. T-Mobile declined to comment on the study but pointed to a 2015 press release about its efforts to enable more streaming.Verizon and Sprint didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. Originally published Aug. 19.Updates, Aug. 20: Adds responses from researchers and T-Mobile. Mobile Internet Mobile Apps Internet Services 15 Now playing: Watch this: 2:03 Tags Share your voice Comments T-Mobile read more
In the technological era, many industries are finding new ways to carve out space for themselves. From healthcare to hospitality, rapid developments in tech have radically changed the way we do business, and adaptation is a must. The information technology industry holds a unique position in the world. With the changing market, IT support companies must also adapt to new technology more quickly than anyone else to ensure competitiveness. Decreased Individual Support, Increased Organizational Support Individual, discrete tech users are requiring less and less IT support than ever before. Every day, the human race produces 2.5 quintillion bytes of data – a staggering amount of information that no individual could possibly consume within a lifetime. That rate is increasing every day. With such widespread access to information, individuals are now able to find solutions with unrivaled ease and speed and the need for live, person-to-person support has decreased. Adding to the figure is the growing presence of younger generations who have grown up in a world saturated with technology. Children born in the 2000’s and later have never seen a world without smartphones, Bluetooth, and the World Wide Web. Development alongside technology not only implants a level of comfort with using technology but also with adapting to its constant changes. For the newest cohort of young adults, troubleshooting is no longer a professional task, but a household one. Alternatively, businesses require just as much support as ever. The accelerating pace of software development has opened up a new world of opportunity for organizations to optimize data management, customer support, marketing, finance, and more. But it’s also created a new, highly-competitive market where late-adopters run the risk of falling hard. Adapting to and using new information technology systems takes a highly-organized and knowledgeable support team, and that role is increasingly being outsourced outside organization walls. Companies like CITC are stepping up to provide more intensive expertise to businesses that may have, in the past, utilized in-house teams to manage IT systems.Source:Unsplash Improving Customer Service While individual tech users may need increasingly less company-provided support, they continue to expect increasingly better service. Likewise, organizations expect more from their IT support companies – faster incident response, simplified solutions, and the opportunity to troubleshoot on-the-spot. In response to these demands, IT support organizations are experimenting with modern models of support. Automation and Prediction-Based Support with Artificial Intelligence Artificial intelligence has become a part of everyday life for much of the world. From Google Assistant and Siri to self-driving cars, AI has offered a myriad of tools for streamlining daily tasks and simplifying our lives. It’s no surprise that developers are looking for ways to integrate Artificial Intelligence into IT support as well. Automated responses and prediction-based support offer a quick, cost-effective option that allows IT professionals to spend their time on tasks that require a more nuanced approach. However, automation of IT support comes with its own set of problems. First, AI lacks a human touch. Trying to discuss a potentially imminent problem with a bot can be a recipe for frustration, and the unreliability of problem self-reporting poses the additional risk of ineffective or inappropriate solutions. Automation also poses security risks which can be especially hazardous to industries with valuable trade secrets. Community-Based Support A second shift that has begun to take place in the IT support industry is a move towards community-based support. Crowdsourced solutions, like AI, can help carry some of the burden of smaller problems by allowing staff to focus energy on more pressing tasks. Unlike automated solutions, however, community-based support allows for human-to-human interaction and more seamless, collaborative, feedback-based troubleshooting. However, community-based support has limited applications. Crowdsourced solutions, contrary to the name, are often only the work of a few highly-qualified individuals. The turnaround for answers from a qualified source can be extensive, which is unacceptable under many circumstances. Companies offering a community-based support platform must moderate contributions and fact-check solutions, which can end up being nearly as resource intensive as traditional support services. While automation and community-based support offer new alternatives to traditional IT support for individual tech users, organizational support requires a much different approach. Organizations that hire IT support companies expect expert solutions, and dedicated staffing are a must. The Shift: Management to Adoption Software is advancing at a rapid pace. In the first quarter of 2018, there were 3,800,000 apps available for Android users and 2,000,000 for Apple. The breadth of enterprise software is just as large, with daily development in all industry sectors. Businesses are no longer able to adopt a system and stick with it – they must constantly adapt to new, better technology and seek out the most innovative solutions to compete in their industries. Source: Unsplash IT support companies must also increasingly dedicate themselves to this role. IT support is no longer a matter of technology management, but of adaptation and adoption. New IT companies bring a lot to the table here. Much like the newer generations of individual users, new companies can offer a fresh perspective on software developments and a more fluid ability to adapt to changes in the market. Older IT companies also have plenty to offer, however. Years of traditional support experience can be a priceless asset that inspires confidence from clients. All IT support organizations should focus on being able to adapt to the future of technology. This can be done by increasingly making rapid changes in software, an increasing reliance on digital technology, and transitioning to digital resource management. Additionally, support companies must be able to provide innovative solutions that strike an effective balance between automation and interaction. Ultimately, companies must realize that the future is already here and that traditional methods of service are no longer adequate for the changing landscape of tech. In Conclusion The world of technology is changing and, with it, the world of IT support. Support needs are rapidly shifting from customer service to enterprise support, and IT support companies must adapt to serve the needs of all industry sectors. Companies will need to find innovative solutions to not only provide management of technology but allow companies to adapt seamlessly into new technological advancements. This article is written by a student of New York City College of Technology. New York City College of Technology is a baccalaureate and associate degree-granting institution committed to providing broad access to high quality technological and professional education for a diverse urban population. read more
Stablefuel prices expected next year will come with lower electricity rates as the Public Services Regulatory Authority (ARESEP) on Thursday dismissed an increase in rates requested by the Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE). Instead, the regulator approved a 6.7 percent cut that will enter into force in January.ARESEP ruled on the decrease by rejecting ₡88 billion ($163 million) in expenses reported by ICE to justify its request, among them ₡11.1 billion ($20 million) in benefits for ICE employees that the regulator considered “unjustified expenses.”The new rates follow a downward trend in electricity rates recorded since the third quarter of 2014, and will benefit ICE’s 739,000 customers across the country, most of them outside of the Central Valley.ARESEP estimates that electricity rates next year will be kept in check thanks to an expected reduction in the use of thermal plants to generate electricity. The regulator expects thermal generation in 2016 to be 10 times lower than in 2014, meaning ICE will buy up to 22 times less fuel than it did last year.This year, the country went a record 255 days using purely renewable energy, according to the presidency.With the new approved rates, a family with an average monthly consumption of 250 kilowatt/hour will see its January bill drop ₡870 — about $1.60 — to ₡23,350 ($43.35), ARESEP said. Save that up over a year, and you might be able to buy a nice lunch for two — unless the rates go up unexpectedly in 2016. Facebook Comments Related posts:Electricity rates to go up starting July Regulatory Authority approves lower electricity rates starting October Electricity rates: regulator says drop ’em, utility companies say raise ’em Regulatory Authority approves lower electricity rates except for San José, Cartago residents read more
New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths CAIRO (AP) – Egyptians went to the polls earlier this week to elect a new president after longtime dictator Hosni Mubarak was ousted last year. With a majority of ballots counted, here is a look at a handful of notable, if not surprising, developments:LEADING CANDIDATE CRASHES:Amr Moussa, a former foreign minister and ex-head of the Arab League, had led opinion polls for months. However, he failed to garner enough votes to make the June 16-17 runoff. Sponsored Stories Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family How do cataracts affect your vision? Comments Share More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements OLD REGIME CANDIDATE MAKES CUT:Former prime minister Ahmed Shafiq, a veteran of ousted President Hosni Mubarak’s government, got enough votes to make the June 16-17 runoff. Shafiq ran as an anti-revolutionary candidate, promising a return to the security and stability of Mubarak government. His success would have been inconceivable a year ago amid the revolutionary fever that ousted Mubarak.MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD WEAKER THAN EXPECTED:Mohammed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood’s candidate, got the most votes and will have the lead going into the June 16-17 runoff. However, the Brotherhood’s showing in general was weak compared to its domination of parliamentary elections last year, a sign of public disenchantment with the group.LEFTIST CANDIDATE SURGES:Hamdeen Sabahi had a surprise last-minute surge after campaigning on promises to help the poor and harkening back to the nationalist, socialist ideology of Gamel Abdel-Nasser, Egypt’s president from 1956 to 1970. He will not go on to the June 16-17 runoff, but his strong performance shows that many voters were looking for an alternative candidate, one not connected to former President Hosni Mubarak or Islamist candidates. Early signs of cataracts in your parents and how to help The vital role family plays in society EXPECTED CONTENDER IN FOURTHAbdel-Moneim Abolfotoh, who was ousted by the Muslim Brotherhood last year after announcing his candidacy (the Brotherhood initially said it would not field a candidate), was seen as the face of moderate Islam. He put together a broad coalition of supporters, and was expected to be a contender for the June 16-17 runoff. However, with most votes counted, he was running a fourth. His decision to accept the endorsement of ultraconservative Islamists known as Salafis likely frightened many secularists and Christians who had been leaning toward him.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Top Stories read more
Egypt’s Oil Minister Usama Kamal said Saturday the refinery on the outskirts of Cairo will produce 4.2 million tons per year of gasoline, diesel and other energy products.The project also displays Qatar’s growing economic influence across the region as key backers of Arab Spring uprisings in Libya and elsewhere.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Comments Share DOHA, Qatar (AP) – Qatar says it will make critical investments in a $3.7 billion oil refinery project in Egypt that’s among the biggest economic initiatives since the 2011 fall of Hosni Mubarak.Qatar’s minister of energy and industry, Mohammed bin Saleh al-Sada, did not give the specific amount of the Qatar share, but previous reports from the wealthy Gulf state estimated at least a $400 million initial investment to help launch the long-stalled project. Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day Sponsored Stories Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix 5 things to look for when selecting an ophthalmologist Top Stories Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Get a lawn your neighbor will be jealous of Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project 5 people who need to visit the Ultrastar Multi-tainment Center read more
Tavon Austin scored two touchdowns — one on a run and one on a reception — and Todd Gurley scored a touchdown and topped the 1,000-yard mark in his rookie season for the Rams, who may have played their final game in St. Louis. Owner Stan Kroenke wants to move the team to Los Angeles in time for the next season. St. Louis has been home to the Rams since 1995, when the franchise relocated from Anaheim, Calif. St. Louis Money Quote: “He got a late start, as we all know. Everybody knows we’re going to run it, and he still got 1,000. That speaks volumes for him.” — St. Louis coach Jeff Fisher on Gurley.Stat of the Game: At 6-8, the Rams are guaranteed their 12th straight non-winning season. In their 21 seasons in St. Louis, the Rams had winning records only four times, but made two Super Bowl appearances, beating the Tennessee Titans in the 1999 season and losing to the New England Patriots two years later.Coach Fisher has some Thursday Night game balls to hand out! We got you @iamSB3!https://t.co/33fvbsUCn2— St. Louis Rams (@STLouisRams) December 18, 2015 Cincinnati Bengals 24, San Francisco 49ers 14Cincinnati Bengals outside linebacker Vontaze Burfict (55) sacks San Francisco 49ers quarterback Blaine Gabbert (2) during the first half of an NFL football game in Santa Clara, Calif., Sunday, Dec. 20, 2015. (AP Photo/Tony Avelar)Jeremy Hill ran for two touchdowns in the second quarter as the Bengals built a 24-0 lead and hung on for a 10-point win over the 49ers at Levi’s Stadium.A.J. McCarron, making his first start in place of the injured Andy Dalton, completed 15-of-21 passes for 192 yards and a 20-yard touchdown strike to Tyler Kroft that put Cincinnati up 21-0 in the second quarter.San Francisco finally got on the board when Bruce Miller scored on a 1-yard run with 3:18 to go in the third quarter and added another touchdown late in the game on a Blaine Gabbert-to-Anquan Boldin pass.San Francisco Money Quote: “‘I don’t blame them. We’re not fun to watch right now. Who wants to sit there and watch that?” — WR Torrey Smith, on being booed by the home fans as the the team left the field at halftime. Still the Cardinals only led 17-10 at halftime. They’d break it open in the third quarter. Johnson scored his third touchdown of the game with 9:48 left in the quarter. Carson Palmer then hit Brown on a 16-yard touchdown pass. Early in the fourth, Deone Bucannon picked off a Sam Bradford pass and returned it 39 yards for a score to ice it and earn t-shirts and hats for the Cardinals.Arizona Money Quote: “I got a closet full of them (division title hats). I want one that says a whole lot more than this one.” — Bruce AriansStat of the Game: Johnson became the first Cardinals running back to have over 150 yards rushing and three touchdowns in a game since Willie Crenshaw did it in a 28-21 win over the New York Giants on Dec. 8, 1968.What’s Next: The Cardinals return home for their last two games, hosting the Green Bay Packers Sunday in Glendale. A win would clinch a first-round playoff bye for Arizona.NFC West Champs!!! We got the #shirtsandhats, but we ain’t done yet! We’re just getting started. #Birdgang— Bruce Arians (@BruceArians) December 21, 2015 Defensive Player of the Week: Deone Bucannon, S, Arizona Cardinals – Bucannon was all over the field against the Eagles, racking up 11 tackles and returning an interception 39 yards for a touchdown in Arizona’s division-clinching win.Honorable Mention: Arizona LB Markus Golden, Seattle CB Marcus Burley, Arizona CB Patrick Peterson, San Francisco LB NaVorro Bowman, St. Louis CB Trumaine JohnsonSpecial Teams Player of the Week: Benny Cunningham, KR, St. Louis Rams – Cunningham had a 102-yard kickoff return in the fourth quarter, getting stopped at the Tampa Bay 3-yard line. The return set up a Greg Zuerlein field goal to put St. Louis up 31-13. Cunningham averaged 47 yards on four kick returns in the game. The Seahawks kept their winning ways alive, too, and clinched a playoff berth in the process.Here’s a closer look at what transpired in the NFC West in Week 15.Arizona Cardinals 40, Philadelphia Eagles 17Arizona Cardinals’ Patrick Peterson gestures during the second half of an NFL football game against the Philadelphia Eagles, Sunday, Dec. 20, 2015, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)Arizona head coach Bruce Arians likes to take his shots down the field on offense. He wasted no time calling a long passing play Sunday night, with Carson Palmer airing out a beautiful pass to John Brown, who was behind the Eagles defense, and should have easily hauled in a 78-yard touchdown catch. He dropped it. But instead of that play igniting panic, the Cardinals just went the slow and steady way, churning out an 8-play, 78-yard drive capped by a 1-yard run from David Johnson to take an early lead.Speaking of Johnson, the rookie running back was spectacular, gaining 187 yards and scoring three touchdowns on 29 carries. His 47-yard burst in the second quarter was one of the highlights of the year in the NFL. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Week 15 Award WinnersOffensive Player of the Week: David Johnson, RB, Arizona Cardinals – Johnson was spectacular against Philadelphia. His 229 yards from scrimmage were the fifth-most in a single game in 2015. Since taking over the starting running back spot from the injured Chris Johnson, the rookie from Northern Iowa has rumbled for 378 yards and three touchdowns on 70 carries while catching 11 passes for 94 yards and another TD.Honorable Mention: Seattle QB Russell Wilson, Seattle WR Doug Baldwin, Arizona QB Carson Palmer, St. Louis QB Case Keenum Top Stories St. Louis Rams 31, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 23St. Louis Rams wide receiver Tavon Austin, left, runs past Tampa Bay Buccaneers outside linebacker Danny Lansanah (51) on a 21-yard touchdown run during the third quarter of an NFL football game on Thursday, Dec. 17, 2015, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/L.G. Patterson)If Thursday night’s game was the last one ever for the Rams in St. Louis, at least the fans got a bit of a show.Dressed in their all-yellow Color Rush uniforms, the Rams built a 28-6 lead through three quarters and held on for an 8-point win.Case Keenum completed 14-of-17 passes for 234 yards and two touchdowns, earning a nearly-perfect QB rating of 158.0 for the game. It was the highest rating for a Rams quarterback since Kurt Warner’s 155.3 mark in Week 12 of the 2001 season. Arizona Cardinals’ David Johnson (31) runs for a touchdown past Philadelphia Eagles’ E.J. Biggers (38) during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Dec. 20, 2015, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke) Comments Share Seattle Seahawks 30, Cleveland Browns 13 WR @DougBaldwinJr in 2015:13 TD rec (career-high)65 rec (66 is career-high)905 yds (career-high)#CLEvsSEA ? pic.twitter.com/muF7FLnFvk— Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) December 21, 2015 The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Stat of the Game: McCarron became the first Alabama quarterback to earn a win in the NFL since Jeff Rutledge of the New York Giants on Nov. 15, 1987.”We have got to understand that we can not make those fundamental mistakes.”Jim Tomsula: https://t.co/lQv6Dh386h pic.twitter.com/9yRSQMnTEy— San Francisco 49ers (@49ers) December 21, 2015 Seattle Seahawks’ Doug Baldwin reaches for the ball on a touchdown pass reception against the Cleveland Browns in the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Dec. 20, 2015, in Seattle. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)Russell Wilson continued his stellar play, completing 21-of-30 for 249 yards and three touchdown passes as the Seattle Seahawks clinched their fourth straight playoff berth with an easy win over the Cleveland Browns. Wilson hooked up twice with receiver Doug Baldwin on touchdowns. Baldwin is now tied with Jacksonville’s Allen Robinson and Odell Beckham, Jr. of the New York Giants for the league-lead with 13 touchdown receptions. He has 10 touchdowns in the last four weeks.Cleveland scored first when Johnny Manziel hit Gary Barnidge on a 7-yard touchdown pass with 8:13 to go in the first quarter, capping an impressive 15-play, 80-yard drive. The Browns would manage only 150 yards the rest of the way.Seattle Money Quote: “We’re clicking on all cylinders. Ultimately, the offensive line is doing a great job.” — Russell WilsonStat of the Game: The Seahawks won their fifth straight game and have averaged 34.2 points per game during the streak. In the five games, Wilson has thrown 19 touchdown passes without an interception. In 2014, the Arizona Cardinals got off to a 9-1 start, building a three-game lead over the Seattle Seahawks in the process.Arizona, however, was besieged by injuries and couldn’t hold their lead, finishing 11-5 in second place behind the eventual NFC champions.This year, once again, the Cardinals built a three-game lead over the Seahawks. Unlike 2014, Arizona has held that lead throughout. The Cardinals clinched their first division title since 2009 with a convincing 40-17 win over the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. They also reached the 12-win plateau for the first time in team history in the process. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact read more
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