War Child Passport Gig Tickets Available Via Lottery

first_imgWar Child and O2 are proud to announce the line-up, dates and venues for Passport Back To The Bars, a week of one-off events offering incredible access to big names acts in the most intimate music venues.This special series of gigs supporting War Child will be especially important coming, as they do, after an unprecedented year of violence for children in war zones.The full line up isThe Vaccines16 Feb, Dublin Castle, LondonYou can enter the lottery on the War Child UK Passport page. Or text VACCINES to 88450Ride(Andy Bell and Mark Gardener acoustic show) 19 Feb, 100 Club, LondonYou can enter the lottery on the War Child UK Passport page. Or text RIDE to 88450Duran Duran19 Feb, Wilton’s Music Hall, LondonYou can enter the lottery on the War Child UK Passport page. Or text DURAN to 88450You Me at Six22 Feb, Hoxton Bar & Kitchen, LondonYou can enter the lottery on the War Child UK Passport page. Or text YMAS to 88450Bastille23 Feb, Sofar Sounds House Party, LondonYou can enter the lottery on the War Child UK Passport page. Or text BASTILLE to 88450Elbow24 Feb, the Roadhouse, ManchesterYou can enter the lottery on the War Child UK Passport page. Or text ELBOW to 88450Ticket detailsTickets to all shows are available by lottery.Each entry costs £4.50 and offers the chance of winning a pair of tickets to the chosen show. You can enter as many times as you like.Every entry will make a vital contribution to War Child’s work protecting vulnerable children who have been affected by conflict around the world.last_img read more

Darfur UN and African Union envoys to hold more consultations in Sudan

The aim of the consultations involving the UN’s Jan Eliasson and the AU’s Salim Ahmed Salim is to brief the parties on informal discussions held in Geneva last month with regional and international partners to the peace process and to seek their views on the way forward, UN spokesperson Marie Okabe told reporters today.The main focus of the consultations will be on the need to improve the security situation across Darfur, which is affecting not only humanitarian operations and the work of the hybrid UN-AU peacekeeping mission (known as UNAMID), but the political process as well, she said.The visit by Mr. Eliasson and Mr. Salim will take place a week after consultations were held in the capital, Khartoum, and the southern city of Juba with the Government, the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) – the former rebels from the separate north-south civil war that ended in 2005 – and one of the Darfur movements, the United Resistance Front (URF).Mr. Eliasson and Mr. Salim have repeatedly reiterated their calls for the parties to the Darfur conflict, which have claimed more than 200,000 lives and displaced nearly 2.5 million others since 2003, to end all violence and prepare for substantive talks aimed at devising a durable peace.The parties cannot fight and prepare for peace talks at the same time, the envoys have said, stressing that a reduction is violence is vital if progress is to be made on the political front. 14 April 2008The United Nations and African Union envoys spearheading international efforts to resolve the five-year conflict wracking Darfur will tomorrow begin a four-day visit to Sudan to hold consultations with the movements that have not signed previous peace agreements in the region. read more

New UN website aims to educate youth on hunger issues

2 June 2009The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) today announced the launch of a website aimed at young people, who will soon be making “critical decisions” about global hunger. “Today’s youth are hungry to know more about the problems which are causing food shortages across the globe – like conflict in Pakistan, high food prices, climate change and the global financial crisis,” said Nancy Roman, WFP’s Director of Communications and Public Policy. “Our web platform provides a gateway to enlighten and engage today’s youth who, in a few short years, will be responsible for making critical decisions about the many global challenges which will persist,” Ms. Roman said.The new platform is the “Students and Teachers” section of WFP’s website: www.wfp.org. WFP has reported that global hunger is on the rise, with 115 million people having joined the ranks of the hungry in the last two years alone.Ms. Roman said the site is designed to increase awareness and understanding of hunger-related problems among teachers, and allow them to easily integrate topics such as the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), the global agreed anti-poverty targets with a 2015 deadline. The site provides lesson plans and activities for teachers in addition to links to user-friendly educational sites, educational resources, blogs and interactive games for students, she said.The site is a “resource shop for those who want to know everything they can about hunger – and what it will take to curb it.” More than 25,000 people around the world die each day from hunger and related causes, 14,000 of them children, according to the WFP. The agency said educators around the world have already contributed to the site, including Cape Breton University, Auburn University and a future farmers group in the United States. Students are encouraged to take action in their local communities through awareness-raising activities, and ideas on how to do this are offered, WFP said. read more

Security Council extends UN presence in TimorLeste until end of 2012

Until its expected departure on 31 December, the UN Integrated Mission in Timor-Leste (UNMIT) will assist with key tasks such as institutional development and capacity-building of the national police, known as the PNTL, as well as provide electoral assistance. This year Timor-Leste will celebrate the 10th anniversary of its independence and hold presidential elections on 17 March, followed by a legislative poll at the end of June. In a unanimously adopted resolution, the Council endorsed the plan of UNMIT’s phased drawdown, “in accordance with the wishes of the Government of Timor-Leste, conditions on the ground and following the successful completion of the 2012 electoral process.”It also urged all parties in the country, particularly political leaders, to continue to work together and engage in political dialogue and to consolidate peace, democracy, rule of law, and sustainable social and economic development; promote human rights; and advance national reconciliation. Ameerah Haq, the Special Representative of the Secretary-General and head of UNMIT, told the Council yesterday that Timor-Leste has made significant progress in strengthening national peace and stability and that preparations for the upcoming elections are going smoothly.Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will, after consulting with the Government formed after the elections, submit a report to the Council on his suggestions on UNMIT’s anticipated withdrawal and the scope of the UN’s future presence in Timor-Leste. 23 February 2012The Security Council today extended until the end of 2012 the mandate of the United Nations peacekeeping mission in Timor-Leste so that it can continue to help promote peace, stability and development in what is expected to be a very eventful year for the country. read more

Nepal Annan welcomes reinstatement of parliament Maoist ceasefire

United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan today welcomed a recent royal proclamation in strife-torn Nepal reinstating Parliament and said this move, along with a decision by the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) to declare a ceasefire, opens the door for a political solution to end the decade-old conflict in the Himalayan kingdom.A UN spokesman said Mr. Annan considers the 24 April proclamation by King Gyanendra “a positive step” toward addressing the underlying causes of the violence “on the basis of the wishes of the Nepali people” and he also says that the Maoist’s three-month ceasefire should be honoured by all to allow for meaningful negotiations.The Secretary-General “trusts that the ceasefire will be reciprocated and that both sides will continue to exercise restraint and wisdom in managing what will be a complex democratic transition through patient dialogue,” the Secretary-General’s spokesman told reporters in New York.Echoing Mr. Annan’s comments, the UN Human Rights Office in Nepal also welcomed the Maoist ceasefire, saying it offered an opportunity for the Communist Party of Nepal “to implement its commitment to human rights and humanitarian principles” by following through on certain key steps.“Firstly, it should immediately release all civilians abducted and still held by them; secondly, it should ensure that its cadres do not pressure or intimidate civilians from different political parties, and so respect political pluralism; and thirdly, it should end actions it has taken against the families of security forces personnel,” said Ian Martin, Representative of the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in Nepal.In a related development, the OHCHR also deplored the latest killing of seven unarmed civilians by the Royal Nepalese Army (RNA) in Belbari, Morang District on Tuesday and Wednesday this week, calling for a full investigation as well as action to ensure that no further deadly shootings occur.“It is essential, as part of Nepal’s current transition, that a new ethos of accountability is established. The shooting of unarmed civilians is inexcusable, and it is vital in order to establish public trust in the rule of law that an appropriate investigation be completed and sanctions imposed on those responsible,” said Mr. Martin.OHCHR-Nepal said that this is the second time in less than 10 days that RNA soldiers have opened fire with live ammunition on civilians in the Eastern Region, following the shooting at demonstrators at Chandragadhi, Jhapa District on 19 April, which resulted in two fatalities and at least 13 civilians suffering bullet wounds.OHCHR-Nepal is continuing to investigate all killings in the course of the 19 days of public demonstrations across the country, and will make its findings available to any official inquiry established by the new government. read more

Strong community engagement activism key to defeating Ebola in West Africa –

“What we are seeing here, in Freetown, is an incredible spirit of self-reliance that is winning hearts and minds in the fight against this devastating disease,” said Magdy Martínez-Solimán, Director of Policy at the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), as he and other UN development officials completed their visit to Sierra Leone’s capital. “That effort needs urgent support and a huge scale-up to end the crisis,” he added. Located in the heart of West Africa, Sierra Leone has found itself at the epicentre of the Ebola outbreak, registering nearly 1,000 deaths from the virus and 2,950 cases, according to the UN World Health Organization (WHO). Along with the human health impact caused by disease, Ebola has also greatly threatened the local economies of the affected countries. In Sierra Leone, for instance, one of the most visible consequences of the outbreak has been the closure of nearly all bars, restaurants and nightclubs in the nation’s capital. As a result, the country’s largest brewery has scaled down operations, resulting in the termination of some 24,000 jobs within the supply chain – a small portion of the overall job losses expected due to the crisis. Following his visit with 200 UNDP-sponsored volunteers based in Freetown’s poor Mabella district, Mr. Martínez-Solimán noted that a number of community initiatives had already reached out to some 500,000 people. In one instance, UNDP was working with a national NGO to support 45 centres for disabled people across the country, assisting women and men with a wide range of disabilities to print braille leaflets, sing messages to the visually impaired and fighting stigma. At the same time, the UN agency was also collaborating with 1,000 motorcycle taxi drivers to distribute Ebola hygiene kits and educate customers how to avoid contracting the disease. “Communities are strongly engaged and we are working with them and national authorities actively to strengthen the response but also reintegrate survivors, build back better and ultimately recover and improve livelihoods. We will end this crisis,” he affirmed. In its most recent situation report on the disease, the WHO, which is leading the wider UN response, reported 8,376 cases and 4,024 deaths from Ebola based on information provided by the Ministries of Health of Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. The agency notes that the upward epidemic trend continues in Sierra Leone and most probably also in Liberia. By contrast, the situation in Guinea appears to be more stable, though, in the context of an Ebola outbreak, a stable pattern of transmission is still of a very grave concern, and could change quickly. read more

POWERFUL HANDBALL Germany beat Sweden

Germany celebrating the first handball win in Rio! The squad of Dagur Sigurdsson outplayed great Swedish team 32:29 (18:15) in match which represent handball in the most positive way.  The silver medalist from the last Olympic tournament in London, Scandinavians were in the match until the end, but 4:1 series 52nd to 55th minute was decisive today at Future Arena (25:25 – 29:26).The German right wing Tobbias Reichmann netted last three of six goals of his team to secure the first points which will give another boost of energy to the European champions from Krakow 2016.Despite Germans had control over the result during almost 60 minutes, Olsson’s boys were very close. Germany had 23:19 in 43rd minute, but that was a just a beginning of interesting finish.The Man of the Match was Julius Kuhn, who had shooting afternoon with seven goals, followed by Uwe Gensheimer (5) and Tobbias Reichmann (6). The Scandi left wing Jerry Tollbring was very good from 7-meter line (6/6 – 7 in total), while Johan Jakobsson netted five goals for yellow jersey team.Andreas Wolff netted two goals and had 10 saves. Obviously, Olympic start didn’t upset his sleeping rhytm… German handballHandball Rio 2016Swedish handball ← Previous Story RIO 2016: Superb Qatar smash Croatia Next Story → Strong Danish 20 minutes enough for Argentina read more

Seven cases of child porn were traced to Irish servers last year

first_img2013 SAW THE single highest number of child porn cases traced back to Irish servers, a new report has revealed.Hotline.ie, a website founded by the Internet Service Providers Association of Ireland, today released their 2013 report that showed that up to 2009, there had been no cases of child sexual abuse material (CSAM) traced back to Ireland.In the four years from 2009-2012 Hotline.ie recorded 11 cases of CSAM. However, in 2013 alone there were seven cases, the highest number so far in one year.Five out of the seven cases traced to Ireland in 2013 were cloud related.These cases of abuse affected one operator’s cloud servers here which are managed from the USA. While not a member of ISPAI, Hotline.ie took action and succeeded, in cooperation with law enforcement agencies, to have the content removed from the internet.Hotline says that with the advent of Cloud services and the fact that these straddle jurisdictions, not just adjacent countries, the situation is becoming ever more complex.Even so, they say, Ireland has an “excellent record” in comparison to most other developed European countries.According to Paul Durrant, CEO of ISPAI and manager of Hotline.ie, another trend identified thorough analysis of the assessments conducted by Hotline.ie is that “paedophiles are constantly trying to find new ways to avoid detection”.We are concerned that peer-to-peer services are increasingly being abused and I would like to use the opportunity to appeal to those using these services in a legitimate way to report, using the anonymous Hotline.ie service, if they encounter filenames suggesting or referring to images or videos of CSAM.Throughout 2013, Hotline.ie assessed as CSAM, under Irish Law, 128 Cases which were traced and forwarded to the appropriate jurisdiction for action. The top 3 countries to which Hotline.ie forwarded CSAM reports for action and investigation were the USA (48), the Netherlands (18) and Russia (16).Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald said that the results were ‘heartbreaking’, and called on the public be vigilant.“It is heartbreaking to note that children in all categories are at risk in this vile online trade.“On the positive side, it would seem from the report that Irish people are less likely to stumble across illegal material than they were in the past.“On the negative side, this may mean that those who provide and those who seek out such material are getting better at concealing it.”Read: Child pornography ring used social networks to lure 251 victimslast_img read more

She deserves to be laid to rest Family appeal for information on

first_img 4 Comments By Órla Ryan Tuesday 28 Feb 2017, 6:15 AM ‘She deserves to be laid to rest’: Family appeal for information on 12th anniversary of woman’s disappearance Lisa Dorrian from Bangor disappeared after a party in 2005. Short URL Lisa Source: PSNI“Then think of Lisa. Remember how she loved to laugh and have a good time. How she spoke of her dreams and plans for the future. The future she would never have after that night.“Lisa was 25 when she died and went missing. She should now be 37.We lost our mum, Lisa’s mum, last year. She was only 59 and never ever got over losing Lisa. The thought of her daughter out there with no grave tortured her, as it must do you. We often say we never ever got over losing Lisa, but our mum couldn’t even function on a daily basis. We lost our mum and sister the day Lisa died.“Two weeks ago we lost our nanny, Lisa’s nanny. One of the last things she said to me as she was leaving this earth was that Lisa was at the end of her bed and was waiting with her. Our nanny and mum now have the answers we are trying to find. But you can help us find Lisa in this life, not the next.”Lisa’s father John added: “My daughter Lisa deserves to be found and laid to rest with her mum. We all think of Lisa every day. I’m sure you do too. Just tell us where she is. It’s never too late to tell us. A place is all we need. Please help yourself by easing your conscience. Tell us where Lisa is.”‘Substantial’ investigation The PSNI has described the investigation into Lisa’s disappearance and murder as “substantial”. It has involved:The identification of more than 4,000 witnessesTaking statements from 571 people.275 searches, 194 of them in caravans and outbuildingsEight arrests on suspicion of murder and a number of others for unrelated drugs offencesDetective Chief Inspector Galloway from Serious Crime Branch said: “For 12 years, Lisa’s family and friends have suffered intolerable grief. They cannot even begin to move on with their lives until her body is found.Sadly Lisa’s mother passed away last year without getting the answers she so badly wanted but the nightmare still goes on for Lisa’s father and three sisters. They continue to feel the pain and suffering of not knowing what happened to their loved one.“This remains a live police investigation, but we need the public’s help. We need you to tell us what you know.”Anyone with information has been asked to call detectives on 101. If someone would prefer to provide information without giving their details, they can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers and speak to them anonymously on 0800 555 111.More information on the case can be read here.Read: Bus Éireann staff to begin indefinite strike from MondayRead: Man (20s) arrested over death of pensioner in Co Waterford Share156 Tweet Email Feb 28th 2017, 6:15 AM Source: PoliceServiceNI/YouTubePOLICE IN NORTHERN Ireland and the family of Lisa Dorrian are today making a renewed appeal for information about the missing Bangor woman on the 12th anniversary of her disappearance.A poignant video message (above) from two of Lisa’s sisters and her father John, along with the Senior Investigating Officer in the case, Detective Chief Inspector Justyn Galloway, has been released to mark the anniversary.Lisa, who was 25 when she was last seen, disappeared after a party at a caravan site in Ballyhalbert on 28 February 2005. Her body has yet to be found, but police believe she was murdered.Lisa’s sister Joanne said: “Today we are making this video appeal as it’s been 12 years since our sister went missing. We know we have the support of the people in Northern Ireland, and in fact across the world, and we are so grateful for that but this appeal is specifically to the person who was with Lisa at the moment she died. We don’t need to remind you how beautiful, funny and loving Lisa was … you know that because you knew her. She thought you were her friend. Lisa trusted you.“Think back to that night, I’m sure it’s not hard to do … it mustn’t ever be far from your thoughts. Think about what happened when Lisa died, how you panicked and made a decision that would change your life and our lives forever. 16,486 Views https://jrnl.ie/3262395 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

Mauro Ranallo reveals he will join the commentary team for the WrestleMania

first_img Joan Jett Set To Perform Ronda Rouseys Entrance At WrestleMania 35 Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Pinterest Ronda Rousey On WWE: I Love This Job, But I Dont Need It WWE SummerSlam Kickoff Show Results: Cruiserweight Title, Women’s Tag Titles on the line Now Playing Up Next Videos Articles Seth Rollins Defends WWE On Two Separate Occasions Videos Articles Is WWE Losing Its Audience? WhatsApp Cesaro Google+center_img Facebook Videos Articles Now Playing Up Next Roman Reigns is in Remission Seth Rollins Adam Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Now Playing Up Next Twitter Kurt Angle Video: Watch the live WWE Clash of Champions Kickoff Show from Charlotte tonight WWE Smackdown commentator Mauro Ranallo confirmed in a tweet on Monday that he will be part of the commentary team for the WrestleMania 32 kickoff show this Sunday.I’m on @WWENXT Takeover panel & I am blessed to call @WWE #WrestleMania Kickoff on @WWENetwork & @USA_Network #DreamIsReal— Mauro Ranallo (@mauroranallo) March 29, 2016Source: @MauroRanalloRecommended videosPowered by AnyClipSeth Rollins Defends WWE On Two Separate OccasionsVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:30/Current Time 0:05Loaded: 100.00%0:05Remaining Time -0:25 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list Video: Watch the live WWE Extreme Rules Kickoff Show from Philadelphia tonightlast_img read more

State officials seek to greatly expand Medicaid

first_imgThe outlook for Washington’s medically uninsured population may be a bit rosier by 2014, particularly for the more than 300,000 low-income people who may find themselves eligible for the state’s Medicaid rolls.But the desired expansion comes with a hefty price tag for the federal government, potential risk for the state and new concern for health care providers already stretched to care for current Medicaid patients.The Medicaid program currently serves about 1.2 million people in Washington. In the last several years, as the state’s purse strings tightened, the medical program for low-income residents has faced cuts to provider reimbursement rates and services.Still, the state is moving forward with its implementation of federal health care reform and expansion of Medicaid enrollment, adding about 330,000 more Washingtonians to the program, with the expectation that the federal government will pay the lion’s share of the cost to cover new enrollees.The Washington State Health Care Authority, which oversees the state Medicaid program, had already begun work to implement the Affordable Care Act prior to the U.S. Supreme Court’s June decision. The court upheld the Obama administration’s health care reform law but essentially gave states the option of whether to expand their Medicaid programs.last_img read more

200000 poor working mothers to get allowance

first_imgState minister for women and children affairs Meher Afroz Chumki on Wednesday said about 200000 poor working mothers will be entitled to allowance and training under a programme in the country’s towns for creating awareness about mother and child health.The initiative has been launched under the ‘Working Lactating Mother Assistance Fund Programme’ to make nutritious food available for the poor working mothers living in the urban areas, said the state minister as the chief guest at a view-exchange meeting with the field level NGO workers at the Women Affairs Directorate.The programme is being implemented in the areas of all city corporations, district and upazila headquarters and municipalities.Under the programme, each working mother will get Tk 500 per month and they will also be imparted training on maternal health, child health, breast-feeding, sanitation, reproductive health, vaccination, family planning and prevention of child marriage.Chaired by acting director general of the women affairs directorate Mahmuda Sharmin Benu, the meeting was also addressed, among others, by women and children affairs secretary Nasima Begum and additional secretary Mizanur Rahman as special guests.last_img read more

Will The Digital Oilfield Still Need Roughnecks

first_img 00:00 /01:10 An oil drilling rig pictured in rural DeWitt County, TX Some say oilfield workers of the future will need new tech skills, but that at the same time, their jobs will be easier. However it plays out, the industry’s digital transformation could mean big changes for its workforce.At a recent panel discussion in Houston, oil and gas executives were asked whether the “digital oilfield” of the future will have a place for “roughnecks,” the grease-and-sweat jobs of the industry.“We will need less, but a lot of that work is not going away,” said Jim Claunch, VP of Operational Excellence at global oil company Statoil.Claunch said new technologies can give workers more guidance in their day-to-day tasks. Take the “augmented reality” glasses some companies are already experimenting with.“Before somebody is going to work on a pumpjack, for example, they can put on the glasses and they can see, ‘okay, here’s the things about safety I need to worry about,’” he explained. “And then, ‘show me step by step how I fix this.’”That could save time, which of course is money.“There will be increased safety, there will be increased profits, but overall, we’re still going to need people,” said Scott Desmarais with consulting firm McKinsey.Desmarais said as it stands, oilfields still need routine maintenance, though that will change with more automation. He noted the possibility that future workers won’t waste time checking up on an oil well, unless the well tells the worker there’s a problem. To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code:center_img Share Listen Xlast_img read more

How to play GBA and DS games at their native resolution on

first_imgOne of the best parts about Nintendo’s 3DS is how many of Nintendo’s back catalog games it is able to play. Of course the 3DS can handle DS cartridges, but it is also able to play Game Boy Advance (GBA) games that are downloaded from the Nintendo eShop. A number of people became a lot lot more familiar with Nintendo’s older games when the company gave 3DS Ambassadors (people who bought the 3DS early) 10 free NES games and 10 free GBA games.Now, all those games are available but there is a problem. The 3DS uses modern hardware, including a high resolution display. This means that older games, especially those from the GBA, don’t look great. Basically, the 3DS’ 400×240 display is a bit much for the 240×160 GBA games so they have to be interpolated (you know, image scaling) to take up more room. This means that the wonderful original art is up-res’ed into a jaggy mess. Luckily there is something you can do about it.In order to play games at their native resolution — this works for GBA and DS games — you simply need to follow these instructions:Find the game on your 3DS’ home screen and hold Select (or Start)Press “A” to load the game. Keep holding Select (or Start) until the game is done loadingWhen the game is finished loading, let go and play.That’s it — you press and hold Select and load the game! You’ll be greeted with a tiny, but crisp version of your GBA game. This might not be something you can play for long stretches of time, because the image on-screen is quite tiny, but you’ll at least be able to see the original art without the blurring and fading off interpolation.It’s been pointed out that the GBA games have other issues, like poor sound and sleep mode not working when playing them, but at least you can do something about the graphics.via 1uplast_img read more

Discovery launches virtual reality with sharks skateboards and survival

first_imgHave you ever wanted to swim with sharks (or Mythbusters), but don’t want to get wet or put your life in mortal danger? Discovery has the solution for you: virtual reality! The cable channel recently launched Discovery VR a site and app that offers users the ability to watch high definition, multi-angle videos on their computers, phones, headsets (like Samsung Gear VR or Google Cardboard), and eventually the Oculus. Apps are currently available on the iTunes and Google Play stores.Current offerings include Mythbusters: Sharks Everywhere, Shark Shipwreck, and Underwater Shark Experiment, as well as VR versions of Survivorman and Gold Rush that were all shot with this format in mind. To get an idea how they film some of these videos, check out this photo posted on Twitter by Discovery’s VP, Digital – Discovery Agency – Discovery VR Cory Key taken while filming the Freeboarding San Francisco video:From our #discoveryVR Freeboarding Lombard street #VR shoot. http://t.co/hgEJ09AHr0 pic.twitter.com/01LlSmt3zc— Cory Key (@pleekabar) August 27, 2015Other videos include Surf Less: On The Board With A Big Wave Pro, Pacific Sunset: Half Moon Bay, and Redwoods: A Walk Among Giants: Muir Island.When looking at them on the site, the edges curve away to recreate the depth-creating format. You can also use the mouse to revolve the 360-degree view to get a look at everything that was shot. You can also play with the POV thanks to the Fish Eye and Little Planet projection modes. The former brings back memories of 90s rap videos while the latter shows a view from a perched camera that makes everything look like a globe. It’s hard to explain, but looks like this:Discovery already has hundreds of high-def cameras all over the world filming all these shows, so it just makes sense for them to capture the world in a way that they can then present it to virtual reality users.last_img read more

Faulty Update Bricks Nike SelfLacing Smart Shoes

first_img This story originally appeared on PCMag February 21, 2019 Nike’s new basketball smart shoes are apparently bricking due to a faulty firmware update.Android users who bought the Nike Adapt BB are taking to the Google Play Store to complain. “Right shoe won’t connect after update and battery dies within a couple of hours,” reads one review for the Nike Adapt app, which connects to the shoe.”Broke my $350 shoes with a Nike update,” reads another review.It isn’t clear how widespread the problem is for Android users; currently, Google Play shows 18 largely poor reviews for the app, all related to the update issues. But those appeared right after the shoes launched over the weekend.Nike didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. However, the firmware update problems don’t appear to affect the iOS version of the Nike Adapt app, which has mostly positive reviews.The Nike Adapt BBs have generated hype for the footwear’s self-lacing system. Each sneaker can sense your foot’s measurements and automatically tighten around it as you play a game of basketball for a perfect fit. To do that, this so-called “power lacing” system needs the Nike Adapt app and battery power. Nike plans to issue routine firmware updates to support its cutting-edge basketball shoes, though the updates are intended to be opt-in, Nike said last month.Despite the faulty update, owners can still wear the Nike Adapt BBs without the app, but they’ll just be regular sneakers. To fix the problem, users are reporting you can try initiating a factory reset. One owner managed to resolve the issues by activating the shoes using his wife’s iPhone. This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now 2 min read Enroll Now for Freelast_img read more

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News | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 06, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Improves Heart Attack Risk Assessment When used with a common heart scan, machine learning, a type of artificial intelligence (AI), does better than… read more Video Player is loading.Arthur Agatston explains the history of CT calcium scoring Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 9:54Loaded: 1.67%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -9:54 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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Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a Siemens Go.Top Dedicated Cardiac Scanner This is a quick walk around of the new Siemens Somatom Go.top cardiovascular edition compact computed tomography (CT) read more Video Player is loading.Pierre Qian explains radiotherapy to ablate VTPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 7:34Loaded: 2.19%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -7:34 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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July 2, 2008 – The American College of Radiology (ACR) Education Center now offers comprehensive, interactive radiology education on workstations from 11 different vendors allowing each participant to receive instruction on the system that they are accustomed to and directly apply the training received in radiology’s “classroom of the future” to their clinical practice. Participants will receive hands-on knowledge and expertise through a mentored self-study format that can allow for one-on-one interaction with instructors and equipment vendors, provides frequent feedback and is performed at individual workstations that replicate the attendees clinical practice environment.Attendees can receive training on a number of different imaging systems including: Barco/Voxar, Confirma, DynaCAD/Invivo, Eizo, GE Healthcare, MIMvista, Philips, Siemens, TeraRecon, Viatronix, Visage Imaging and Vital Images Inc.The ACR Education Center houses multimedia facilities for interaction between doctors and the educational material. When new techniques to treat a disease are introduced, the center provides a national training resource to educate radiology specialists from community hospitals to academic medical centers, so that the early learning curve is accomplished through new educational methods, including simulation, rather than on patients.The ACR Education Center offers curricula with courses covering CT colonography (virtual colonoscopy), coronary cardiac CT imaging (including supervised case review), PET/CT, and advanced breast imaging and biopsy techniques. More programs, including interventional radiology techniques, body MR and breast ultrasound will continue to be added to meet anticipated and emerging needs of the radiology community.For more information: www.acr.org FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Videos | Radiation Therapy | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: Use of Radiotherapy to Noninvasively Ablate Ventricular Tachycardia Pierre Qian, MBBS, read more Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a GE Cardiographe Dedicated Cardiac CT Scanner This is a quick walk around of the GE Healthcare Cardiographe dedicated cardiac CT system on display at the… read more Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: The History of CT Calcium Scoring Arthur Agatston, M.D., clinical pro 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. Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEOS | EP LAB | JULY 26, 2019 VIDEO: What Electrophysiologists Need From CT Imaging Prior to AF and VT Ablations Mark Ibrahim, M.D., F read more last_img read more

How Deliveroo migrated from Ruby to Rust without breaking production

first_imgYesterday, the Deliveroo engineering team shared their experience about how they migrated their Tier 1 service from Ruby to Rust without breaking production. Deliveroo is an online food delivery company based in the United Kingdom. Why Deliveroo decided to part ways from Ruby for the Dispatcher service? The Logistics team at Deliveroo uses a service called Dispatcher. This service optimally offers an order to the rider, and it does this with the help of a timeline for each rider. This timeline helps in predicting where riders will be at a certain point of time. Knowing this information allows to efficiently suggest a rider for an order. Building these timelines requires a lot of computation. Though these computations are quick, they are a lot in number. The Dispatcher service was first written in Ruby as it was the company’s preferred language in the beginning. Earlier, it was performing fine because the business was not as big it is now. With time, when Deliveroo started growing, the number of orders increased. This is why the Dispatch service started taking much longer than before. Why they chose Rust as the replacement for Ruby? Instead of writing the whole thing in Rust, the team decided to identify the bottlenecks that were slowing down the Dispatcher service and rewrite them in a different programming language (Rust). They concluded that it would be easier if they built some sort of native extension written in Rust and make it work with the current code written in Ruby. The team chose Rust because it provides high performance than C and is memory safe. Rust also allowed them to build dynamic libraries, which can be later loaded into Ruby. Additionally, some of their team members also had experience with Rust and one part of the Dispatcher was already in Rust. How they migrated from Ruby to Rust? There are two options using which you can call Rust from Ruby. One, by writing a dynamic library in Rust with extern “C” interface and calling it using FFI. Second, writing a dynamic library, but using the Ruby API to register methods, so that you can call them from Ruby directly, just like any other Ruby code. The Deliveroo team chose the second approach of using Ruby API, as there are many libraries available to make it easier for them, for instance, ruru, rutie, and Helix. The team decided to use Rutie, which is a recent fork of Ruru and is under active development. The team planned to gradually replace all parts of the Ruby Dispatcher with Rust. They began the migration by replacing with Rust classes which did not have any dependencies on other parts of the Dispatcher and adding feature flags. As the API of both Ruby and Rust classes implementation were quite similar, they were able to use the same tests. With the help of Rust, the overall dispatch time was reduced significantly. For instance, in one of their larger zones, it dropped from ~4 sec to 0.8 sec. Out of these 0.8 seconds, the Rust part only consumed 0.2 seconds. Read the post shared by Andrii Dmytrenko, a Software Engineer at Deliveroo, for more details. Read Next Introducing RustPython, a Python 3 interpreter written in Rust Rust 1.32 released with a print debugger and other changes How has Rust and WebAssembly evolved in 2018last_img read more

How 500000 check that sat uncashed adds to Mexico scandal

first_imgMEXICO CITY — For months, Mexicans have been clamoring for more details about Finance Minister Luis Videgaray’s purchase of a luxury house perched at the edge of a lush golf course a couple of hours outside of Mexico City.Now, documents have been released suggesting that Videgaray completed his purchase of the vacation home after taking office in an unusual deal with a builder who has ties to the government. Videgaray, a former investment banker, paid for the home with three works of art and a personal check dated Jan. 31, 2014. But the $500,000 check wasn’t cashed until almost a year later — just days before a news report was published questioning the minister’s dealings with the government contractor.The revelations — included in thousands of documents released last week as part of a federal investigation into home purchases by the finance minister, the president and his wife that cleared them of wrongdoing — add to the political soap opera that has dominated the headlines for months and helped undermine public approval of President Enrique Peña Nieto.“This doesn’t pass the smell test,” said Arturo Pueblita, a constitutional-law expert at the Ibero-American University in Mexico City. “This is completely irregular and generates a great amount of suspicion.”In an email Thursday night, Videgaray said he and the home seller agreed that the seller wouldn’t cash his check until he was officially released from a mortgage obligation. He said he’s always acted within the law. The president and first lady have also denied they acted improperly and declined to be interviewed for this article.The probe was led by the federal comptroller, who reports directly to Peña Nieto, and large portions of his findings — occasionally almost full pages — were blacked out, doing little to quell concerns that his administration favors preferred business partners in a nation with a deeply embedded history of corruption and impunity, some opposition lawmakers and political analysts say.See also: Mexico journalist who revealed First Lady’s mansion fired Videgaray’s $500,000 check wasn’t cashed for 10 months. BloombergRicardo Anaya, head of the National Action Party, Mexico’s largest opposition bloc, last week called the investigation clearing Peña Nieto and Videgaray an “offensive joke.” The Democratic Revolution Party said on its website the verdict “lacks credibility.”“There are a series of unusual actions here,” said Ernesto Villanueva, a transparency and corruption researcher at Mexico’s National Autonomous University. “It gives me the feeling that there was an effort by the investigators to exonerate the finance minister.”A Pew survey conducted April 7-19 shows that 27 percent of respondents approve of Peña Nieto’s handling of corruption, down from 42 percent a year ago.Comptroller Virgilio Andrade, a Peña Nieto appointee whose job is to oversee and investigate federal officials, didn’t respond to requests for comment.In documents released last week, Andrade’s office said Videgaray wrote the check for 6.6 million pesos, or about $500,000 at the time, to a unit owned by Juan Armando Hinojosa in January 2014. The businessman’s Grupo Higa is a construction conglomerate with 22 federal contracts including a deal to renovate the presidential hangar at the Mexico City airport. Hinojosa’s firm didn’t cash the check until Dec. 5, just days before a Wall Street Journal article questioned the home purchase. Hinojosa’s company declined to comment. A page from the public auditor’s report following a six-month probe into home purchases by government officials. Public Auditor/BloombergAndrade’s office concluded that the finance minister bought his home before becoming a federal official and wasn’t personally involved in the awarding of government contracts. That echoes Videgaray’s own statements in a public letter penned in December in which he said he acquired the home before he became finance minister in December 2012.The documents released alongside the conclusion show Videgaray didn’t close on the property until Nov. 28, 2013, almost a year after he took office. The $500,000 check is dated two months after that.The only document Videgaray cited in written testimony to investigators backing his claim that he struck a deal with Hinojosa in October 2012 was notarized more than a year later on the closing date. It includes a schedule of payments that was dated November 2013.In the year-long period between when Videgaray said he agreed to buy the home and the deal’s closing date, Hinojosa’s companies won contracts from four development banks where Videgaray served as chairman, including one to fly high-ranking executives such as Videgaray around on official business.The only payment Videgaray made to the seller before he wrote the check was in the form of three works of art that he says he gave to Hinojosa in 2012. Videgaray told investigators the art, which he received as a gift, was worth 2.45 million pesos. The Finance Ministry, Andrade and Videgaray declined or didn’t address requests to describe the art or say who gave it to the minister.The lack of information on the art and independent appraisals raises additional questions about the transaction, Pueblita and Villanueva said.“The perception is that this was an exchange of favors, that the home was a payment for the contracts,” said Jose Antonio Crespo, a political analyst at the Center for Economic Research and Teaching in Mexico City. “That’s the root of the scandal.”Nacha Cattan contributed from Mexico City.© 2015, Bloomberg News Facebook Comments Related posts:Mexico’s Peña Nieto asks for investigation into his mansions Mexico’s 43 missing students continue to haunt President Peña Nieto – and they should Independent probe doubts 43 Mexico students cremated Parents of 43 missing students in Mexico wage hunger strikelast_img read more

Turkey not willing to turn words into action

first_imgPresident Nicos Anastasiades set out to defend his handling of the talks in Crans-Montana again on Tuesday, saying that Turkey had not been willing to turn words into actions during the last stages of the Swiss negotiations.Anastasiades, who has come under fire from various quarters since the talks broke down on July 6, was speaking during a ceremony at the presidential palace to receive the credentials of the new German ambassador Franz Josef Kremp.“We deeply regret that Turkey’s unwillingness to negotiate within the framework set by the UN Secretary-General, and in particular Turkey’s intransigent stance on the key chapters of security and guarantees, and its insistence on maintaining guarantees, troops and intervention rights in reunited Cyprus, did not allow for positive outcome during the Conference on Cyprus in Crans Montana this past July”, Anastasiades said in his speech.The Greek Cypriot side had submitted comprehensive proposals on all six issues identified by the UN chief, he said.“Regrettably, the Turkish and Turkish Cypriot side submitted proposals, which are not only contrary to the ideas set by the UN, but which were a contravention of EU law, and the Charter of the United Natiοns,” he added.On July 6, the Turkish side rejected the UN Secretary General’s prοposal to issue a press statement, which would have recorded, among other points, the parties’ commitment to abolishing the current system of security and guarantees, and the termination of right of intervention.“Instead, the Turkish foreign minister repeated Turkey`s traditional positions on maintaining a system of security and guarantees, and a permanent presence of troops in reunited Cyprus,” Anastasiades said.“Moreover, contrary tο the UN framework on territorial adjustments, Turkey steadfastly refused to address Greek Cypriot concerns. Ιt is indeed, deeply disappointing that at a critical point in the process, when Turkey was called to prove in a tangible manner its rhetoric that it is committed to a solution, it merely repeated its well-known unacceptable positions,” he added.Speaking to the new ambassador, Anastasiades said Cyprus and its people look to Germany as a friend and as a valuable European partner, to which they are bound by a tradition of intense political, economic and cultural relations.The ambassador, in his address, said that the division of Cyprus had endured far too long.“We remain convinced that a settlement of the Cyprus problem within the UN framework, in accordance with relevant UN Security Council resolutions and in line with the principles on which the European Union is founded is first and foremost in the interest of the Cypriot people but furthermore would benefit the region, Europe and global stability in general. The recent negotiation process has brought us closer to this goal than ever before,” Kremp said.“Over the coming months and years essential decisions will have to be taken that will define how the European Union will look in the years to come. I am convinced that both our countries can contribute to this process to the benefit of the entire union and I will strive to increase our strong coordination in these efforts even more,” he added.Kremp said Germany had supported the negotiation process from the beginning, including by sharing relevant experiences its own unification process and would continue to stand ready. You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoGundry MDHow To Make Your Dark Spots Fade (Effortless 2 Minute Routine)Gundry MDUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img