Kohli not willing to show restraint just because he is captain

first_imgPort of Spain: India skipper Virat Kohli has been making headlines ever since his debut in international cricket. Counted among the modern-day greats, Kohli has broken almost every possible record which is there is the game of cricket and has been setting new benchmarks with each passing day. On Sunday, Kohli brought up his 42nd ODI hundred and in the process went past former skipper Sourav Ganguly’s tally of 11,363 runs in the list of leading run-getters in ODI cricket. Also Read – Puducherry on top after 8-wkt win over Chandigarh The 30-year-old has scored 11,406 runs at 59.91 in 238 matches and is currently at the eighth spot in the list topped by legendary Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar who compiled 18,426 runs in 463 matches. Speaking to leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal on ‘Chahal TV’ for BCCI.TV, Kohli revealed that at the moment, he is enjoying his life to the fullest and is in a very happy space. In the ongoing West Indies tour, Kohli has been grooving to the Caribbean tunes on a number of occasions. When asked about the same, the Indian skipper said: “I am enjoying myself on the cricket field. I don’t let myself get into a typical mould where I have to restrain myself as I am the captain of the team. We have been blessed to represent India and thus it’s important to enjoy the life. We should dance whenever there is music played and enjoy with the opposition players as well. Right now, I am in a very happy space in my life and that’s why I start dancing whenever I get the opportunity.” Also Read – Vijender’s next fight on Nov 22, opponent to be announced later Kohli also revealed how he was tired when he had reached 65 during his 120-run knock against the West Indies in second ODI which India won by 59 runs (DLS method) at the Queen’s Park Oval. “It is always our target that one of our top three gets a big score. Rohit has been doing that consistently for us. I have also chipped in whenever I have got an opportunity,” said Kohli. “Unfortunately, both Rohit and Shikhar failed today. So, it was important for me to stay at the wicket for a long time and take the score somewhere near 270-280. “Honestly, I was too tired by the time I reached 60-65. But then the situation was such that I had to play without taking too much of a risk and build a partnership. As a cricketer, we always learn that whenever we are thinking about the team, we get the enthusiasm and the energy to play long.” “The conditions were quite challenging because it rained in the middle and then it got more humid,” he added. When asked about his motivation to play consistently for the team, whether while batting or fielding, the Indian skipper said, “My mindset is quite simple. I want to contribute to the team in whichever way possible. Whether it’s a catch or a run-out, I want to give my 100 per cent. “I think every player should have a disciplined lifestyle so that he can give his 100 per cent on the field. If you are not giving your 100 per cent, I don’t think you are doing justice to the team,” he added.last_img read more

Carnatic Music Festival

first_imgIndia International Centre is organising Carnatic Music Festival, which is worth witnessing. Kalailamani Sikkil Mala Chandrasekhar’s (from Chennai) flute recital will be accompanied by G Raghavendra Prasath (violin); Kumbakonam N Padmanaban (mridangam); and P Adhitya Narayan (kanjira). When: September 14 Where: C D Deshmukh Auditorium, India International Centre Timings: 6:15 pm onwardlast_img

Government purchases from local IT sectors can stimulate economy UN reports

Local purchases of goods and services in the information technology sector by government offices has untapped potential for stimulating domestic economic progress, particularly in developing countries, the United Nations reported today.According to the study, Promoting Local IT Sector Development through Public Procurement, while local IT firms contribute to increased productivity, employment and innovation, these local businesses in developing countries are often constricted by low domestic demand. The study, by the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), argues that public procurement can boost demand for their products.“Leveraging public procurement for IT-sector development is a complex challenge, but can be a powerful policy tool when successfully applied,” said Anne Miroux, Director of UNCTAD’s Division on Technology and Logistics.According to the study, the participation of local IT firms in public tenders is often hampered by a lack of trust and awareness, by the technical complexities of IT procurement, by inadequate procurement frameworks and capacities and by an absence of relevant IT standards and interoperability frameworks.Drawing on country reviews of Kenya, Senegal and Sri Lanka and citing other evidence, the study suggests governmental actions that can promote local IT-sector development through public procurement.The case of Sri Lanka illustrates how the process can take place. Sri Lanka’s national agency for information and communications technology (ICT) has established a framework of transparent and competitive tender procedures, using a range of strategies and tools to make it accessible to local firms, according to UNCTAD.Among the results cited by UNCTAD, Sri Lanka provides targeted preferential marks to local firms, encourages joint ventures between local and international enterprises and promotes technological capacity development among local firms.“A competitive local IT sector is essential for developing countries to reap full benefits from the world’s rapid evolution in ICT,” according to UNCTAD. read more

Human rights training course launched for prison staff

first_imgAROUND 3,500 PRISON staff around the country are to take a human rights training course.The programme has been jointly developed by the Irish Human Rights Commission and the Irish Prison Service.The Minister for Justice, Equality and Defence, Alan Shatter, launching the course today, outlined the importance of human rights in the prison service:The protection of human rights is not solely a matter for Government or for policy makers. In the Irish Prison Service, human rights concerns are relevant from management to the staff at the front line.He also addressed human rights concerns in the prison service that have been raised in the past.He referred to the closing down of St Patrick’s Institution in July of this year. The institution, which housed men aged between 17 and 21, was closed after a report by the Inspector of Prisons, Judge Michael Reilly.In the report Judge Reilly commented “that a culture existed that led to the human rights of some children and young adults being ignored or violated”.Minister Shatter told the crowd he addressed at the Irish Prison Service College, Portlaoise, that the service is taking on board its past mistakes as it moves forward:The Irish Prison Service has shown that as a service it is willing to listen to the constructive criticism it has received from the Inspector, and others, and is prepared to effect changes in order to positively react to and address the issues raised. The Director General of the Irish Prison Service, Michael Donnellan was also present at today’s launch. He stated the importance of treating people in the prison service with respect:Respect for human rights is not just about the physical conditions of detention but also, and more importantly, it is the manner in which we treat our prisoners each day. It is about treating prisoners with humanity and with respect.The Minister also reaffirmed the Irish Prison Service’s commitment to human rights and commented that this sentiment is ‘reflected’ in its mission statement, which is:Providing safe and secure custody, dignity of care and rehabilitation to prisoners for safer communitiesThe human right training course for prison staff was launched this week to coincide with International Human Rights Week.St Patrick’s institution finally gets closed down>Prison officers: ‘We can’t deal with 16-year-olds – we’re not child carers’>Damning report into St Patrick’s finds forced stripping, excessive force and intimidation>last_img read more

Man who spent over four hours on sixstorey Dame Street building taken

first_img Gasps from crowd as man jumps from statue back onto main roof before returning to statue pic.twitter.com/q7kmOj0R2j— Rónán Duffy (@ronanduffy_) July 1, 2014 Source: Rónán Duffy/Twitter https://vine.co/v/MFEILatvTZZTrafficThe incident cause major diversions during the afternoon with no access to Dame Street or around College Green.Restrictions have now been lifted and traffic is moving as normal. Four fire brigades now placed to restrict public access and view. https://t.co/EOwgsMrhSo— Rónán Duffy (@ronanduffy_) July 1, 2014 People watched the developing scene from the gates of Trinity College, and from near the junction of Dame Street and Parliament Street.Four fire units, an ambulance and gardaí were present during the incidentAround eight members of Dublin Fire Brigade stayed in place close to the front of the building.https://vine.co/v/MFErXnmz7AVhttps://vine.co/v/MFEHrYV6pK5 Updated at 3.45pmThe man on top of the Ulster Bank building this morning.AN INCIDENT ON Dublin’s Dame Street in which a man spent over four hours perched dangerously on top of a six-storey building has ended when he was taken away safely.A large-scale emergency services response shut down one of the city’s main thoroughfares from about 10.45am this morning until 3.15 pm this afternoon.At least two garda negotiators spent over two and a half hours on a nearby roof talking to the man before convincing him to return to safety.Eyewitnesses say the man was then returned to safety by gardaí who led him down nearby Church Lane to Dame Street as people continued to look above.He was then taken away by gardaí.The initial response began as the man was spotted atop the building that contains the Abercrombie & Fitch store on Dame Street.He then moved to the even taller Ulster Bank building next door where he began to talk to gardaí, sometimes sitting down to do so.The man, who appeared to be his late 20s to early 30s, was stripped to the waist for the first 90 minutes of the incident but later put on a t-shirt and hoody.Crowds of up to 300 people at a time continued to look at the man from the street below throughout the afternoon.Gardaí sealed off both sides of Dame Street between Starbucks and the Tourist Office.Four fire brigades were at the scene and were moved in place to restrict public access and view.The incident began at around 10.45am with the man repeatedly climbing back and forth between the peak of the building and a the roof just behind it.[Google Maps]Numerous times the man was seen leaning against and rattling the flag pole behind him as well as freely moving around on the edge of the building.Earlier, at the Abercrombie building. Source: Rónán Duffy/Twitterlast_img read more

Shocker Apple Number One In Tablet Market Share

first_imgIDC has released data about tablet sales.Apple, not surprisingly, came out on top. However, the Samsung Galaxy also has a slice of the pie, as well.In fact, the Samsung Galaxy has a 17 percent share of new tablet sales. Not stellar, but it does indicate that buyers are open to non-Apple products. With the good news about “outside” tablets could cause a larger influx of new tablet models coming out. However, with the iPad 2 coming out tomorrow, the data could change quickly. IDC also stated that e-readers have a 48 percent market share, with so many of the e-readers doubling as tablets. Despite both Samsung, and, e-readers are doing well, the IDC believes that Apple will maintain a 70-80% market share. Via ZDNetlast_img read more

ISS le prochain vol habité russe retardé

first_imgISS : le prochain vol habité russe retardé ?Suite à l’échec du lancement d’un vaisseau cargo Progress, qui a explosé en vol au-dessus de la Sibérie (voir notre article), l’agence spatiale russe, Roskosmos, pourrait décider de retarder le prochain vol habité d’un vaisseau Soyouz. Ces navettes sont censées prendre le relais de celles de la Nasa.Alors que Roskosmos tente de comprendre les raisons de l’échec du lancement d’un cargo spatial Progress, qui s’est écrasé sur Terre mercredi dernier, une source proche de l’agence spatiale russe affirme que le prochain vol habité vers l’ISS pourrait être retardé. Prenant le relai des navettes de la Nasa, un vaisseau spatial Soyouz doit décoller le 22 septembre pour transporter deux astronautes russes et un Américain vers la station spatiale internationale (ISS). C’est alors également le retour des membres d’équipage que ces trois astronautes remplaceront qui pourrait être repoussé de quelques jours.À lire aussiLa Russie retarde le lancement de Chandrayaan-2D’après la source citée par l’agence Interfax, il serait en effet envisagé de “reporter l’atterrissage du 8 septembre au 22 septembre, et le lancement du 22 septembre au 6 octobre”, a précisé la source. “Les experts ont besoin de temps pour étudier les causes de l’échec du lancement du Progress. C’est pour cette raison qu’il vaut mieux reporter la date de l’atterrissage et du lancement des vaisseaux spatiaux” explique-t-elle. La fusée Soyouz-FG, qui doit lancer la navette habitée, est dotée du même moteur que la Soyouz-U, qui a échoué à placer le cargo Progress sur la bonne orbite.Au lendemain de cet échec, l’agence spatiale russe a annoncé sa décision de reporter le lancement d’un Soyouz-2 qui devait placer en orbite un satellite du système de navigation Glonass. Prévu cette semaine, le lancement a été reporté à la mi-septembre.Le 26 août 2011 à 16:09 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Un live chat sur les risques liés aux tranquillisants et aux somnifères

first_imgUn live chat sur les risques liés aux tranquillisants et aux somnifères Ce vendredi à partir de 17H15, un livechat est proposé sur nouvelobs.com avec pour thème : Anxiolytiques et somnifères : quels risques ? comment s’en passer ?Jeudi,le magazine Sciences et avenir a révélé à l’issue d’une étude qu’un usage de somnifères et d’anxiolytiques favorisait l’apparition d’Alzheimer. En vérité, ce lien avait déjà été supposé par de précédentes recherches mais n’avait jusqu’ici pas été clairement établi. Alors que la France figure parmi les grands consommateurs de ces médicaments composés de molécules appelées benzodiazépines, la nouvelle apparaissait ainsi d’autant plus inquiétante. Pour compléter cette découverte, le magazine est donc partie interroger le psychiatre Patrick Lemoine, directeur de recherches à l’université Claude Bernard de Lyon et auteur de plusieurs ouvrages. Au cours de l’entretien (lien non disponible), il explique ainsi que le fait que les benzodiazépines favorisent la démence serait liée à l’augmentation des arrêts respiratoires (en durée et en fréquence) que provoquent ces molécules pendant le sommeil. Le psychiatre précise alors que l’on “sait très bien maintenant qu’un quart de Lexomil pris à 19h multiplie par deux le nombre et la durée des incidents respiratoires. La prise de ces médicaments peut donc transformer un ronfleur avec quelques apnées en apnéique pathologique.” Un risque d’autant plus important que la France est aujourd’hui sérieusement victime de l’automédication comme le rappelle le médecin : “La pression des laboratoires est la même dans tous les pays, ce n’est donc pas la cause. En revanche, [en France] il y a un problème lié à la distribution des médicaments. Le pharmacien n’a pas le droit d’ouvrir les boîtes ! Le patient se retrouve donc souvent avec un excédent qu’il garde chez lui. Cela favorise l’automédication.”À lire aussiChatON Studio: créez vos films avec le chat SamsungAu vu de cette découverte préoccupante, le NouvelObs et Sciences et Avenir ont donc décidé d’organiser un live chat cet après-midi même entre 17h15 et 18H40 afin de répondre aux consommateurs qui s’interrogent sur ces risques. C’est Michel Mallaret, responsable du centre régional de pharmacovigilance de Grenoble, qui répondra aux questions des internautes sur le thème des risques liés aux anxiolytiques et des somnifères mais aussi sur comment il est possible de s’en passer.Pour poser toutes vos questions : c’est par ici sur le site du live chat (lien non disponible).Le 30 septembre 2011 à 17:04 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Eight puppies rescued from Hurricane Harvey now available for adoption

first_img March 7, 2018 Elizabeth Alvarez Posted: March 7, 2018 Elizabeth Alvarez, Eight puppies rescued from Hurricane Harvey now available for adoption Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News, Pet Adoption FacebookTwitter 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsOn Saturday, March 3rd, 38 orphan puppies, flown in from shelter partner – Operations Pets Alive – based in Houston, arrived at Helen Woodward Animal Center to begin their search for forever families.On Wednesday the first of these rescued puppies became available for adoption.Last weekend’s arrival of the puppies into McClellan Palomar Airport (assisted by Cloud 9 Rescue flights), signals continuing efforts between Helen Woodward Animal Center and Operation Pets alive to alleviate the growing orphan pet problem exacerbated by Hurricane Harvey’s destruction in September 2017.Although the Houston area works to rebuild, the intense damage left in the storm’s wake will take years to remedy, leaving damaged shelters and foster homes unusable. Added to Harvey’s wreckage, are the less stringent Texas spay & neuter ordinances, leading to more homeless southern puppies born on the streets.Operation Pets Alive and Helen Woodward Animal Center began their work together in the midst of the hurricane and are delighted to work together on the latest efforts to get Houston puppies to brighter futures on the west coast. last_img read more

Devin Nunes Files 250 Million Defamation Lawsuit Against Twitter

first_img“Many of the tweets were vile and repulsive, including tweets that depicted Nunes engaged in sexual acts with the President,” the lawsuit states.The suit notes the large volume of tweets, and alleges that Mair conspired with the two anonymous Twitter users to “defame Nunes and interfere with his duties, employment and investigations of corruption as a United States Congressman.”“The purpose of the concerted defamation campaign was to cause immense pain, intimidate, interfere with and divert Nunes’ attention from his investigation of corruption and Russian involvement in the 2016 Presidential Election,” the suit alleges.The suit also accuses Twitter of “shadow-banning” Nunes’ account, a common claim among conservatives, though it notes that Twitter has denied this allegation.“This is a lie,” the suit states. “Twitter actively censors and shadow-bans conservatives, such as Plaintiff, thereby eliminating his voice while amplifying the voices of his Democratic detractors.”The suit alleges that Twitter serves as a virtual “town square,” that candidates are obliged to have a Twitter account in order to organize and run for office, and that Twitter must therefore exercise great care “so as not to cause harm to Nunes.” By acting as a platform for hateful tweets, the suit alleges that Twitter has violated the First Amendment.“Twitter’s use of its platform as a portal for defamation by political operatives and their clients runs contrary to every tenet of American Democracy, including the guarantees of both the First Amendment and Article I, § 12 of the Virginia Constitution,” the suit claims.Nunes, a Republican from California’s Central Valley, was the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee during the first two years of the Trump presidency.Mair declined to comment on Twitter, but provided a link to contribute to her legal bills. The account @DevinNunesMom was suspended after Nunes’ real mother complained, according to the suit. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 Popular on Variety Nunes’ attorney, Steven Biss, did not respond to a request for comment. Virginia bar records show that his license was suspended for a year in 2008 after violating securities law and participating in “conduct he should have known was criminal or fraudulent.” He was suspended an additional 30 days after practicing law during the suspension. He also received a public reprimand from the state bar in 2010 for a conflict of interest. U.S. Rep. Devin Nunes filed a $250 million defamation lawsuit against Twitter on Monday, alleging that he has been the victim of hundreds of hate-filled tweets.The suit also takes aim at Liz Mair, a Republican communications consultant who has attacked Nunes on Twitter, and the anonymous accounts “Devin Nunes’ Mom” and “Devin Nunes’ Cow.”The suit, first reported by Fox News, was filed in state court in Henrico County, Virginia. Nunes confirmed that he had filed the suit in an appearance on Sean Hannity’s Fox News show on Monday night.“This is the first of many lawsuits that are coming,” Nunes said on the show. “Our First Amendment rights are at stake here.”Twitter declined to comment.Nunes alleges in the complaint that he was defamed by tweets that claimed he was “the most despicably craven GOP public official,” an “unscrupulous, craven, back-stabbing, charlatan and traitor,” and was voted “Most Likely to Commit Treason” in high school, among numerous other epithets.last_img read more

Looking Back at 90s Nick Doug

first_img 11 Other Old-School Nick Shows That Should Get Netflix MoviesWatch These Movies Before ‘Dora and the Lost City of Gold’ Stay on target Early ’90s Nickelodeon had a lot of great live-action TV shows, but their animated efforts really made the network special. In 1991, Nickelodeon commissioned its first three original cartoons. There was Rugrats, the cartoon about talking babies. There was Ren and Stimpy, which always felt like you were getting away with something by watching it. And then there was Doug. Doug was arguably the simplest of the three first Nicktoons, but that’s what made it so special. Doug was a thoroughly average kid, dealing with thoroughly average kid problems. Many cartoons have aped that formula since Doug, but none have quite matched the show’s sincerity.At that time, Doug was the kind of show that could only happen on Nickelodeon. Where most other cartoons of the day were glorified half-hour toy commercials, Nick was uniquely focused on producing good television for kids. Whether that meant absurdist comedy like Ren and Stimpy or The Adventures of Pete and Pete, or more down-to-Earth stuff like Doug, Nickelodeon appeared to prize quality and originality above all else. Sure, Nicktoons toys were eventually produced, and probably made the network a lot of money. They just weren’t the sole purpose of the show, like for example Transformers or G.I. Joe. (via Nickelodeon)Each episode of Doug was designed as an 11-minute morality play. According to a 2014 article by Huffington Post, the writing process for each episode started by asking what issue it was addressing. Creator Jim Jinkins wanted the series to have a “moral foundation.” It was a comedy to be certain, but it was really important that the show have a solid ethical message. The importance of honesty was a prominent theme on the show. Multiple episodes centered on Doug’s struggle with honesty in a town that valued it. In one episode, Doug broke his mother’s vase, and agreed to become his older sister’s slave so she’d keep it a secret. The truth literally set him free in that one. In another, Doug debated returning a wallet full of money to an old woman. As a reward, he received a stick of gum. The report says that outcome was the subject of a huge disagreement among the writers. In the end, it was important to Jinkins that Doug does something completely selfless and not get anything real for it. It was about teaching kids to do the right thing because it’s the right thing, not out of a desire to be rewarded. At the time, it was a gutsy move and a valuable moral for young kids.Another common message the show tried to get across was to focus on your strengths, and what makes you unique. Doug was, in most respects, a thoroughly average kid. He wasn’t the brightest in class; he wasn’t the coolest kid, he didn’t even know how to dance. Even his name was chosen because it sounded perfectly blank. When Jinkins first started drawing the character, he referred to the kid as “Brian.” He later changed it to “Doug” because “Brian” sounded too interesting. But even though Doug was designed to be the most average young adolescent boy possible, he wasn’t boring. He had hobbies and skills that made him stand out. He was a great writer, constantly scribbling in his journal. He was a cartoonist as well, blowing his everyday problems out into superheroic proportions in Quailman’s comic adventures. And he played the banjo.(Via Nickelodeon)Those skills and passions made Doug stand out, and that’s how Jinkins taught kids to embrace what makes them unique. One episode had Doug expending all his energy and money on a mail-in puzzle competition. He spends all his money on something that, even to a young kid, seems an obvious scam, and gets nothing for it. In the end, it’s his writing talents that pay off. Judy submits a poem he wrote to a writing competition, and he wins a small amount of money. It’s not as much as the puzzle scam promised, but he earned it by doing something he enjoyed and was good at. Not only did this episode encourage kids to follow their passions and practice what they’re good at, but it also let them know exactly what a contest scam looks like. I never bothered entering those too-good-to-be-true “Win every console” sweepstakes in the back of video game magazines because they looked so much like the puzzles from Doug. Probably saved myself (and my parents) a few bucks that way. Thanks, Jim Jinkins!Doug wasn’t just a vehicle for life lessons about honesty and being yourself. As valuable as that aspect was, it never felt like it was talking down to kids. As far as we were concerned, each 11-minute episode was just a fun story. Doug was average enough that we could see ourselves in him, but we all knew that he tended to blow his troubles way out of proportion. Even as kids, we recognized that his imagination took him to ridiculous extremes, and that was funny. Doug really wasn’t the brightest kid in Bluffington, and that’s what made him fun to watch. He overreacted to the smallest of problems, and while there was usually a lesson at the end of it, most of his fretting was played for laughs. The comedy and occasional slapstick from his dog Porkchop (the best character on the show) made us let our guard down. As a result, we were more receptive to whatever lesson Jinkins wanted to impart.(Via Nickelodeon)Doug’s fantasy personas were a huge part of how fun the show was to watch. It’s impressive that more than 20 years later, we remember his made up superhero and favorite movie action hero just as much as we remember Doug himself. Sometimes, he emulated his favorite action hero and James Bond parody, Smash Adams. Other times, he took his real-life troubles to comical extremes as Quailman. Those were always my favorite. Most of Doug’s fantasies were waking nightmares, where he imagined the worst possible outcome for whatever situation he was in. As Quailman, he could triumph over his enemies in ways the real world wouldn’t allow him to. It was fun seeing him imagine school bully Roger Klotz as a mad scientist. Or drawing Vice Principal Bone as a totalitarian supervillain/emotionless robot. These episodes were great superhero cartoons in their own right, but they also pointed Doug towards a real solution. Through Quailman, Doug learned to compromise, to make valid and logical arguments, and to investigate situations further before assuming the worst.One aspect of the show that gets brought up a lot is the way Jinkins chose to color the people of Bluffington. Skeeter is blue. Roger and Connie are both green. The Dinks are purple. Though Nickelodeon once used the colors of the characters to make an anti-prejudice PSA, Jinkins says he never intended to code any of the characters as a specific race. When he sat down and started sketching the greater town of Bluffington, he realized that he was creating his own new world. And in that world, people could look however he wanted them to. He didn’t have to be constrained to the same brown-to-peach flesh tones of every other cartoon. He could color the citizens of Bluffington any hue he wanted. The reason he gives for the Funnie family looking white? He designed them before the rest of the town. Had Doug not been the starting point for the whole series, he might have had some non-human skin tone as well. Of course, it’s also possible that since Doug is in many ways a surrogate for Jinkins’s childhood self, he modeled certain aspects of the character after his own.(Via Nickelodeon)Jinkins says the literal rainbow of skin tones in Bluffington eventually represented the irrelevance of race. It just isn’t something anyone in town cares about. Yes, the whole “I don’t see color” argument is laughable and obvious B.S. in the real world, but in a silly children’s cartoon like this, it works. Jinkins was aware of the importance of not associating any traits with any particular color. Roger is Doug’s bully, and is based off a real-life bully Jinkins faced as a kid. He’s green, but Jinkins didn’t want to imply that all green people in Bluffington were bad. That’s why the nice, occasionally insecure Connie is also green. So is Doug’s kind, encouraging teacher Ms. Wingo. The only character outside of Doug’s family that has a human skin tone is his crush, Patty Mayonnaise. Even her race is left ambiguous. She had yellow hair and dark tan skin. Jinkins says he put a lot of thought into the way she was portrayed. He wanted her to have darker skin, but didn’t want to go more specific than that. Whether her skin tone points to a specific ethnicity or not is entirely up to the viewer.Doug transferred from Nickelodeon to Disney in 1996, and that switch brought a lot of changes. Most of them were not well-received by fans. The episode length was increased to a full half hour, rather than two 11-minute stories. That would have been OK, but it made for less variation in the kinds of stories Doug could tell. It didn’t help that Jinkins had to start over with a completely new team just when everyone at Nickelodeon had gotten to the point where they knew the characters and the world back and forth. The most noticeable change was Doug’s voice. Billy West had become much too expensive for Disney to consider, and the new actor didn’t have the same connection to the character that West did.(Via Nickelodeon)The music suffered. The Nickelodeon series had a lot of a capella background music that gave the series a cool, beatnik sound unlike anything else on TV. After the change, there were a lot more instrumentals and a lot less magic. The new series also unnecessarily broke up The Beets, the greatest fictional band of all time. Maybe the point of it was to teach kids that life throws changes at you and you just have to accept them. Instead, it felt like Disney had taken something special and made it more like everything else.The worst change was what the Disney series did with Roger Klotz. They made him rich. On the Nickelodeon show, characters always had more going on underneath the surface. Yes, Roger was a bully, but the Nickelodeon show was unafraid to explore why. He was probably the poorest kid in town. He lived in a trailer, and it’s not hard to imagine that his insecurities about his family’s poverty led him to lash out at other kids. He also wasn’t entirely a bad guy. Roger recognized that as much as he picked on Doug, he was the only person Roger could really trust. That’s why he asked Doug to look after his cat while he was out of town. That’s why, when he found Doug’s lost journal, he didn’t read it. That’s why he confided in Doug about how scared he was to go to Junior High at the end of the Nickelodeon series. Roger may have been obnoxious, but he was a normal kid at heart. Disney made him an out-and-out bad guy. Suddenly, he was rich and used his newfound wealth to lord over Doug and become a worse bully than before. Where there used to be a complex, troubled character, there was now a one-dimensional bully stereotype.(Via Nickelodeon)It’s a shame Doug had to go out the way it did. It was one of the first cartoons on Nickelodeon, and it was easily one of the best. Where Rugrats had larger-than-life baby hijinks and Ren and Stimpy had absurdist gross-out humor, Doug gave us a world that was much more recognizable. It gave us a character we could see ourselves in and aspire to be like. A character who made mistakes and learned from them. A character who wasn’t the coolest or the smartest, but he knew it, which is exactly what made him cool. He also gave us a ton of laughs and a surprisingly fun superhero, all of which taught us lessons that proved invaluable later in life. It was the rare educational show that didn’t feel like it was teaching you something. You were just watching a normal kid stumble through life, dreaming of something bigger. There have been plenty of imitators since. A lot of shows try to emulate its pre-teen slice-of-life humor mixed with valuable morals. None of them do it quite as well as Doug. Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more

IKEA Sonos Stay Mum About Smart Home Sound Collaboration

first_imgIKEA and Sonos have teamed up for a secret project that sounds a lot like integrating high-end speakers into low-cost furniture.From wireless charging products to smart lighting, IKEA’s smart home journey continues with an “exploration of sound.”According to internal research, people who live together and listen to music together spend more time together at home. Three hours more per week, in fact, based on a 2015 Sonos study.AdChoices广告Children of the ’80s and ’90s, meanwhile, are more likely to play music to make a place “feel like home,” IKEA found.A good pop song in the shower or jazz riff in the kitchen certainly adds a bit of warmth to even the coziest of dwellings. (I find classic Christmas tunes really fill the flat with joy this time of year.) Which is why Sonos and IKEA are exploring “how to enable many more people to create atmosphere at home with great design, music, and sound.”A peek into the first meeting between IKEA and Sonos (via IKEA Group)“When we asked people what sound they associate with their homes many people mentioned that it is music that makes a home,” Björn Block, business leader of IKEA Home Smart, said in a statement.The cryptic joint press release reveals no real answers about what the collaboration entails, except to say that they “strive to make it even easier for people to play any song, anywhere in the home, without interrupting the flow of daily life.”Whatever that means.“Together with Sonos we want to democratize music and sound in the home, and we want to create products designed for how people listen together at home,” Block said. “By teaming up with Sonos we want to combine IKEA home furnishing knowledge with Sonos’ expertise within great home sound.”“We understand the transformational power of music in the home,” Sonos CEO Patrick Spence added. “We believe that sound should be a considered element of home design, and together we will work with IKEA to create products and experiences that make people’s home look and sound more amazing.”Well, that’s super forthcoming.Whatever it is they’re working on will launch sometime in 2019 (marking a three-year gap since the Swedish retailer’s last smart-home feature). Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more

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Cat and Fiddle named most dangerous road in UK

first_imgGet the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA road between Buxton and Macclesfield has been named the most dangerous in the UK in a report yesterday. Each year the Road Safety Foundation issues a list of the most dangerous roads in the country. This year the list was topped by the A537 Cat and Fiddle – named after a pub on the Peak District route. The road is popular with bikers and has had a large number of serious accidents over the years. In the report the Road Safety Foundation said: “The road at the top of this year’s list is the A537 between Macclesfield and Buxton, known as the Cat and Fiddle. “This short section of road has been listed in the persistently higher risk list six times in the last 10 years. “At its peak in around 2006 to 2009 there were around 10 fatal and serious crashes on average every year. “The road is located in the Peak District and is rural and winding, attracting a large amount of motorcycling activity. “Two-thirds of all fatal and serious crashes involved a motorcyclist, which reflects their high usage of the route. “As noted in our report last year, although this road section has seen significant improvement over time, the death and serious injury rate remains unacceptable.” Read MoreLorry driver arrested after motorist dies in accident on A515 Cheshire East Council, who manage a large section of the seven mile route, say a range of measures have reduced accidents on the road and they have applied for more funding from a new Government scheme. A spokesman said: “A package of measures involving average speed cameras, upgrades to safety barriers and new signage, alongside ongoing maintenance, is helping to reduce the number of collisions on the A537. “Central Government has recognised the need for specific funding to improve road safety and, earlier this year, announced a £175m Safer Roads Fund between 2017/18 and 2020/21. “This funding is to improve the safety of specific sections of local ‘A’ roads, where the risk of fatal and serious collisions is highest, based on Road Safety Foundation data. Read MoreMan arrested following incident in town centre “The A537 is one of these road sections and Cheshire East Council has recently put forward a business case for some of the Safer Roads Funding for further road safety improvements on the route. “Delivery of any future improvements will be carefully considered through our close working with the Cheshire Road Safety Group, Cheshire Police and Derbyshire County Council. “Promotion of the safe use of our roads by all road users is our absolute priority and we will continue to encourage responsible use of the A537.” Other roads designated as ‘high risk’ locally include the A529 between Market Drayton in Shropshire and Cheshire and the A533 around Sandbach and Middlewich in South Cheshire. No major roads in North Staffordshire, or elsewhere in the county, received the rating. The Road Safety Foundation report added fatal and serious crashes had decreased by 18 per cent across Cheshire between 2010/12 and 2013/15 – down from 1,653 to 1,358. Since the report only lists areas where such accidents have either decreased by more than 15 per cent or increased, there is no information on the change in the number of serious or fatal accidents in Staffordshire.last_img read more

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first_img News | Artificial Intelligence | August 08, 2019 Half of Hospital Decision Makers Plan to Invest in AI by 2021 August 8, 2019 — A recent study conducted by Olive AI explores how hospital leaders are responding to the imperative read more McKesson features at RSNA 2009 its PACS radiology workstation, Horizon Rad Station, which offers a flexible solution to leverage investments already made in radiology PACS to serve the full-field digital mammography (FFDM) domain, alleviating the need to purchase a dedicated mammography workstation. The workstation has received FDA 510(k) clearance to offer full support for primary interpretation of digital mammography images using a traditional radiology PACS workstation.The PACS also offers Variable thickness regional intensity projection (VTRIP), which allows for the more efficient reading of CT and MR studies making both the technologist and radiologists more efficient by seamlessly embedding advanced viewing, image analysis and reconstruction capabilities directly into their normal workflow. It allows faster case reading times, scan to read times, and potentially, increased scanner utilization. Faster reading times are accomplished by introducing:- Dynamic slab visualization (scan thin, read thick, vary as needed)- Dynamic oblique multi-planar reformat (view anatomy at any angle)- Multiple intensity projection options (AveIP, MIP, minIP)- Automatic documentation of key findings in derived views- MPR viewports grouped to use same W/L and zoom/pan- Triangulation to quickly zoom to point in multiple MPR views and backAll of the above is done within the familiar HRS user interface. No longer do you need to launch external 3D viewer for these common tasks. VTRIP is available as an integral part of display protocols. Annotations, flagging, zoom/pan, etc., all work the same as with original 2D slices with little or no additional user training required. FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Feature | Information Technology | July 31, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr How Smart Devices Can Improve Efficiency Innovation is trending toward improved efficiency — but not at the expense of patient safety, according to… read more The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. News | PACS | August 08, 2019 NetDirector Launches Cloud-based PDF to DICOM Conversion Service NetDirector, a cloud-based data exchange and integration platform, has diversified their radiology automation options… read more News | Radiology Business | August 01, 2019 Philips Completes Acquisition of Carestream Health’s HCIS Business … read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 05, 2019 Montefiore Nyack Hospital Uses Aidoc AI to Spot Urgent Conditions Faster Montefiore Nyack Hospital, an acute care hospital in Rockland County, N.Y., announced it is utilizing artificial… read more Feature | December 09, 2009 McKesson – Horizon Rad Station Sponsored Content | Case Study | Radiation Dose Management | August 13, 2019 The Challenge of Pediatric Radiation Dose Management Radiation dose management is central to child patient safety. Medical imaging plays an increasing role in the accurate… read more Technology | Cybersecurity | August 07, 2019 ScImage Introduces PICOM ModalityGuard for Cybersecurity ScImage Inc. is bridging the gap between security and functionality with the introduction of the PICOM ModalityGuard…. read more Videos | Radiology Business | August 02, 2019 VIDEO: Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019 Association for Medical Imaging Management (AHRA) President … read more Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 7:33Loaded: 2.15%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -7:33 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Chrome 72 Beta releases with public class fields user activation and more

first_imgGoogle yesterday released Chrome 72 Beta for Android, Chrome OS, Linux, macOS, and Windows. This version comes with support for public class fields, a user activation query API, and more. Public class fields You can now declare public class fields in scripts, which can be either initialized or uninitialized. To implement public class fields, you need to declare them inside a class declaration but outside of any member functions. Support for private class fields will be added in the future releases. User activation query API Chrome 72 Beta comes with user activation query API, using which you can check whether there has been a user activation. This is introduced to avoid annoying web page behaviors such as autoplay. Additionally, it enables embedded iframes to examine postMessage() calls to determine whether they occurred within the context of a user activation. Well-formed JSON.stringify Previously, JSON.stringify used to return ill-formed Unicode strings if the input had any lone surrogates. To solve this, well-formed JSON.stringify outputs escape sequences for lone surrogates, making its output valid Unicode and representable in UTF-8. What are the modules removed? Popups during page unload is not allowed: Pages will not use window.open() to open a new page during unloading anymore. HTTP-Based Public Key Pinning (HPKP) is removed: HPKP was introduced to allow websites to send an HTTP header that pins one or more of the public keys present in the site’s certificate chain. But it has seen very low adoption and can also create risks of denial of service and hostile pinning. Rendering FTP resources deprecated: Rendering resources from FTP servers is now not allowed. Directory listings will still be generated, but any non-directory listing will be downloaded rather than rendered in the browser. Along with these updates, TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 are deprecated and removal is expected in Chrome 81. Read the detailed list of updates on Chromium’s blog. Read Next Google’s V8 7.2 and Chrome 72 gets public class fields syntax; private class fields to come soon Google Chrome announces an update on its Autoplay policy and its existing YouTube video annotations “ChromeOS is ready for web development” – A talk by Dan Dascalescu at the Chrome Web Summit 2018last_img read more

14 million in improvements for Manuel Antonio National Park

first_imgEnvironment Minister René Castro announced Wednesday that the Costa Rican government will invest $1.4 million in improving the popular tourist destination Manuel Antonio National Park, located in the Pacific province of Puntarenas.The funds are part of a $19 million loan from the Inter-American Development Bank.Environment Vice Minister Ana Lorena Guevara said the funds will be used to make improvements to the infrastructure of the park – one of the most visited in Costa Rica – to better serve visitors, starting next year.In 2011, Manuel Antonio received some 318,000 tourists, according to the Costa Rican Tourism Board.During the announcement, officials from the Social Protection Council presented a lottery ticket for the Nov. 4 drawing, with a design made to commemorate the park’s 40th anniversary. Facebook Comments No related posts.last_img read more

Police uproot protest camp in Moscow

first_imgThe rising official pressure comes as the opposition is desperately trying to maintain momentum amid the feeling of exasperation and gloom that followed Putin’s inauguration. Some activists believe massive rallies are essential for shaking Putin’s power, but others argue that the opposition must focus instead on grassroots activism and municipal elections, hoping they would help gradually make Russia a more open and pluralistic society.Grigory Yavlinsky, the leader of the liberal Yabloko party, has warned the protest leaders against provoking police.“If the organizers believe that the riot police cruelty will multiply the number of people eager to fight them, it’s a wrong calculation,” he wrote on his blog. “People will simply stop attending rallies and marches if blood is shed there, if they are beaten.”(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates Comments   Share   The lawmakers who played a key role in protests, Ilya Ponomarev and Gennady and Dmitry Gudkov, all members of the socialist Just Russia faction, have faced increasing pressure from the Kremlin party dominating the parliament. On Tuesday, several members of the Kremlin party called for stripping the three of the immunity from prosecution they enjoyed as members of parliament.“Go ahead, arrest deputies, put us behind bars, that will only speed up your demise,” Gennady Gudkov, a KGB veteran turned fierce Putin critic, said during debates in the lower house. “Instead of political reforms, they want to only rely on force, but violence foments violence.”His son, Dmitry, tweeted Wednesday that the Kremlin party apparently is preparing to initiate a bill that would introduce a five-year prison term for organizers of the rallies that end in violence.As part of the official pressure on the Gudkovs, a private security agency they own was targeted by authorities that found some violations and ordered it stripped it of its arms.In another move to tame the opposition, Putin’s loyalists are also working on legislation that would raise the level of fines from the current maximum 5,000 rubles ($166) to 1,500,000 rubles ($50,000). The authorities let the camp go for a week, but lost patience after a court on Tuesday supported a lawsuit by local residents who claimed that the vigil was creating a mess.Police dispersed the camp early Wednesday. Camp organizers called for a move to another location in central Moscow, and police didn’t intervene when dozens of activists started gathering at a small square across town.Authorities also let a group of popular writers lead several thousand on a march across downtown Moscow unimpeded over the weekend, and several top painters and other members of the capital’s arts scene plan to stage a similar demonstration this week.While authorities seem to show at least some tolerance to opposition action if the organizers fastidiously obey the law, they clearly aim to scare those in the opposition movement who appear eager to cross the barriers.Popular blogger and anti-corruption lawyer Alexei Navalny and Left Front leader Sergei Udaltsov, the two leading organizers of the winter wave of protests, were sentenced to 15 days in jail for disobeying police following the May 6 rally that ended in clashes with police. Some Russian media reports speculated that they could face a longer prison term if accused of staging the violence. Sponsored Stories New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements 3 international destinations to visit in 2019 Some opposition leaders hope that the tough measures will foment anger and fuel bigger rallies. But others fear the repression will blunt the protest movement by scaring away many of the mostly middle-class protesters who turned out in the tens of thousands for peaceful demonstrations this winter.A demonstration of at least 20,000 a day before Vladimir Putin’s inauguration turned into a fierce battle with police as some of the protest participants attempted to march on the Kremlin. Scores were injured in clashes between stone- and bottle-throwing demonstrators and police who fought back with truncheons and tear gas. In the next few days, police chased the opposition around city, rounding up hundreds on the streets and in cafes.Authorities eased the crackdown a bit after Putin was sworn in May 9, allowing the opposition to stage a camp on tree-lined Chistoprudny Boulevard, one of the most iconic and attractive places in central Moscow.The organizers refrained from putting out political posters and chanting slogans so that the round-the-clock camp technically wouldn’t count as an unsanctioned protest. The gathering daily attracted up to a few thousand during daytime, but attendance would drop to just a few dozen overnight. 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