Submitted to Sumner Newscow â€” There will be a “Big Game Party” to help raise money for the Wellington Youth Football program on Feb. 1, 2015 at the American Legion at 124 W. Lincoln Avenue. People who attend can watch the Super Bowl between New England and Seattle. The Big Game Party starts at 3 p.m. Â Click below for additional information. Follow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments
Harry Redknapp accepts he may be fighting a losing battle to sign Loic Remy from Marseille.The QPR boss, who also wanted Remy when in charge at Tottenham, has hinted that a move to Newcastle may be a more attractive option for the striker if he decides to leave France.Newcastle are keen to capture him as a replacement for Demba Ba, who recently quit St James’ Park to join Chelsea.Remy has made it clear he does not want to join Rangers, but they are still hoping that a lucrative offer could change his mind.“I don’t know where he’ll end up. I think Newcastle are interested but he’s also thinking about staying at Marseille,” said Redknapp.“He’s not playing [regularly] at Marseille and I think it would have been good for him to come and play in the Premier League and try to help us stay up.Fernandes is keen for QPR to make signings.“If the worst comes to the worst and we couldn’t survive, at least he’s in the shop window and the big clubs would want him.“And if he does score the goals we would hope he would score, then there’s every chance we would stay up.”He added: “Newcastle are in a similar position league-wise, but Newcastle is one of the great clubs – 50-odd thousand Geordies every week in their black and white shirts – a fantastic football club.”Rangers chairman Tony Fernandes is keen for Redknapp to make signings during the transfer window and Remy was one of the club’s top targets.But the 25-year-old declined to even meet Redknapp when the R’s boss recently travelled to France in the hope of holding talks with him.Redknapp explained: “He didn’t want to come to us. He didn’t even want to speak about coming.“I went over last week to watch him play, not that I needed to as I watched him about seven times when I was at Tottenham.“I couldn’t even get a meeting with him. I was hoping to talk to him to encourage him to come.“I think he was in a position where, when I was at Tottenham, he was interested in coming and I got on well with the lad so he would have felt embarrassed coming to say he didn’t want to come to QPR.“He wasn’t being disrespectful. He was just in a position he didn’t know how to handle, so I’ve got no problems with him.“He may change his mind, you don’t know. I wouldn’t write him off completely. I’d like to get him if possible but it’s not going to be easy.”Meanwhile, Redknapp says he is unsure whether QPR have a realistic chance of signing Rennes midfielder Yann M’Vila.Click here for our QPR v Tottenham quizSee also:Rangers boss back in France for talks over Remy and M’VilaQPR set to table formal bid for French 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 Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
CClick HERE if you’re having trouble viewing the gallery on your mobile device.SANTA CLARA — C.J. Beathard and the 49ers couldn’t shake their habit of ghastly turnovers Sunday, and it cost them not only their most lopsided loss of the season, but the 39-10 rout marked their worst defeat since 1966 to the rival Los Angeles Rams.The 49ers (1-6) have lost five in a row largely because of their own mistakes, all due respect to the unbeaten and all-around-stellar Rams (7-0).“We’re the reason …
12 December 2012 South African Airways (SAA) and Air Canada signed a code share agreement on Monday, making it easier for passengers to travel between the two countries. Passengers are now able to book a single itinerary when connecting between the carriers in London, as well as benefit from reciprocal frequent flyer miles accumulation or redemption, and lounge access for eligible customers through both airlines’ membership of Star Alliance. SAA and Air Canada also received approval from the United States last week to add connections through New York. “We look forward to welcoming Air Canada’s customers to our award-winning service and extensive route network,” SAA’s commercial acting general manager, Manoj Papa, said in a statement. “This code share agreement represents new and seamless travel options between two world-class airlines with a deep knowledge of their respective markets. “Travellers based in southern Africa and Canada will benefit greatly from the convenient travel choices now open to them, thereby increasing travel between the two regions,” he said. SAA will code share on Air Canada-operated flights between London and Vancouver, London and Toronto and New York’s John F Kennedy airport and Toronto. Air Canada will code share on SAA-operated flights between London and Johannesburg, New York and Johannesburg and Johannesburg and Cape Town. “With flights coordinated to minimise connection times, plus the simplicity of a single itinerary, it will be easier than ever to fly between Canada and South Africa,” said Air Canada’s vice-president of alliances, international operations and regulatory Affairs, Yves Dufresne. SAinfo reporter
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The forecast is less friendly this morning for parts of the state, as we are having to increase moisture potential. Here in the short term today, there is not much change. Most of Ohio will turn out partly sunny, but will remain cool with strong north flow. We will keep an eye out in NW Ohio for a renegade shower or two, trying to push in toward midday and early afternoon out of Indiana. Tomorrow we continue to watch as the offshoot moisture from a cold front to our west works in. However, we are leaving moisture totals along, with a clouds and a few scattered showers. Rain totals will be no more than .25″ and generally will be a few hundredths to a tenth, with 60% coverage (mostly north of I-70). Temps will be significantly warmer. Our first tweak of the forecast is to add more moisture for Thursday, as lingering showers hold across a large part of Ohio. We can see additional rains of a few hundredths to half an inch with coverage at 70%. Friday will turn dry again, but will stay warm. Unfortunately, the weekend looks more active. We had been looking for rain and thunderstorms on 1 day out of the 3 day holiday weekend…now we are raising that to 3 out of 3 days. Showers and a few thunderstorms can be around each day Saturday through Memorial Day Monday. Coverage each day will be from 50-60%, but combined for the 3 day period we should see coverage closer to 80%. Combined rain totals will be from .25″-1″, with the potential for .1″-.4″ each day. Stronger thunderstorms should stay well off to the west and south. The map at right shows cumulative rain potential through Memorial Day next Monday We get a dry day for next Tuesday, the 28th, as our next system is pushing back just a bit. Scattered showers arrive Wednesday the 29th, mostly from I-70 north, but they look less intense. For now, we are pulling moisture back to .25” or less with coverage at 75%. Dry to finish the 10 day window and start the extended 11-16 day period next Thursday and Friday (30th & 31st). Sun on the first will give way to clouds and we see rain arriving that night. That rain continues into June 2nd with combined moisture totals of .25”-1” and coverage at 80%. We are projecting 3 dry days behind that to finish the extended period for Monday the 3rd through Wednesday the 5th. There could be another system on the way for the 6th.
Lumia 1020 outside, sunny, no zoom dan rowinski Then there’s Windows Phone 8. Some people like it, some people hate it. Nokia is trying its best to emulate the approach Samsung takes to Android and build its own features into Microsoft’s mobile operating system. With the Lumia 1020, Nokia released a software developer kit (SDK) of its camera capabilities so that apps could take advantage of the superior photography features in the smartphone.As yet, only a handful of partner apps are using the SDK, like Path and Hippstamatic. What it comes down to is that Nokia needs to be on the forefront of developer adoption for Windows Phone apps or the platform will forever lag behind the behemoths Android and iOS. The camera SDK is a good start, but it won’t solve the problem of developers declining—or, in the case of Instagram, outright refusing—to build apps for Windows Phone.The Value? Depends On Your PrioritiesNokia’s distribution strategy is a little perplexing with the Lumia 1020. It’s releasing the phone exclusively to AT&T at $299 for a two-year contract. Elop can keep insisting that AT&T has been a “great partner” to Nokia, but U.S. sales don’t really bear that out. For what it is, the Lumia 1020 is both a little pricey and locked to one carrier. It’s not a great combination.Whether or not you feel like embracing the Lumia 1020 may depend on how much you value the camera. Is it enough to trap yourself into using Windows Phone 8 on AT&T for the next two years? The camera is good and will stand the test of time over that period, but if smartphone photography is only of tangential interest to you, then it’s probably not worth it.The lack of some apps on Windows Phone 8 will also be a hindrance in the short term, at least. Nokia, of course, will keep trying to improve its developer relations while Microsoft continues to work on persuading top developers to port their apps to Windows Phone.The bottom line is that the Nokia Lumia 1020 is a superlative camera and a middling smartphone, punctuated by a big question mark hovering over the future of Windows Phone and its app ecosystem. The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … The Lumia 1020 camera is second to none.2013 is the year of the smartphone camera. BlackBerry got the ball rolling in late January with new features in its BlackBerry 10 smartphones that allowed users to edit faces and movement within still pictures. HTC followed up a few weeks later with its “ultrapixel” smartphone, the HTC One (which also boasted motion features and unique sharing features). Samsung, as is its wont, went way overboard in March with the camera in its Galaxy S4, which sported different modes for capturing motion, panorama and other features with a 13-megapixel camera.Nokia takes all of that and steps it up a notch with the Lumia 1020.What Nokia has done was to essentially take the camera from its PureView 808 smartphone (which ran its dying Symbian OS), soup it up and shoehorn it into a Lumia-quality smartphone running Windows Phone 8. For all its faults, Windows Phone 8 is more robust than Symbian and allows Nokia to do more with the camera capabilities in the Lumia 1020.The Lumia 1020 sports two camera modes: Nokia Pro Cam and Nokia Smart Cam.Let’s break down the features.Nokia Pro Cam:The Pro Cam gives you the features of a good dedicated digital camera (i.e., one that isn’t also a smartphone). You can set features such as aperture, exposure time and white balance, and either focus manually or let the app do so automatically.It sports a Xenon flash, optical image stabilization, Carl Zeiss optics (which is really just a fancy brand name at this point) and six-lens optics (Nokia has actually built six lenses into the camera that float with the optical image stabilizer).The PhotoBeamer function allows you to share photos to any screen—theoretically, anything from another smartphone or tablet to laptops, PCs and televisions—from the Lumia. It will scan a code and briefly store your photos on Nokia’s servers so you can share an album with a friend.Cinemagraph is a feature that allows for movie and still photography mixtures similar to the features that Samsung instituted with the camera capabilities in the Galaxy S4.The camera’s “oversampling” feature allows great shots in low light conditions and creates color-rich, high-definition photos. It is very similar to what HTC does with the “ultrapixel” camera in the HTC One. Basically, the oversampling will create a 5 megapixel image that is rich on detail but still able to be printed or shared easily without losing the high definition from camera that produces 38 megapixel or 34 megapixel pictures depending on the setting of the camera. If you really want to learn exactly what is going on with the Lumia 1020 camera and “oversampling,” check out Nokia’s whitepaper on the subject here [PDF]. The same feature also works with the camera’s video mode, allowing for some good HD video recording on the Lumia 1020. Nokia Lumia 1020, outside, 3x zoomThere’s A Phone In Here SomewhereYes, this camera has a smartphone in it. Excepting the camera, its hardware specs are good, but not great. The Lumia 1020 has a 4.5-inch display with a 1280×768 resolution (334 pixels per inch, similar to the iPhone 5 but well behind the HTC One and Galaxy S4). Its battery is 2000 mAh, which also lags the HTC One and S4. The Lumia 1020 has 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage and comes with 7 GB of free cloud storage through Microsoft SkyDrive.The screen sports all the good features that the Lumia 920 offered, including a highly sensitive touch screen (that supposedly works even if you’re wearing mittens), a display you can read even in direct sunlight and sculpted glass.The Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core 1.5 GHz processor also lags the quad-core processors of the HTC One and Galaxy S4 and other top smartphones of 2013, at least from a pure hardware perspective.Nokia may have been able to significantly upgrade the camera, but it appears that a lot of the hardware in the device lags that offered by top Android manufacturers. Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces Thankfully, Nokia has done away with the wireless charging inside the Lumia 1020 (a wireless charging case is available as an optional accessory). That makes the device thinner and lighter while sporting nearly the same dimensions (4.5-inch screen, 130 mm height and about 71 mm wide). The Lumia 1020 weighs in nearly an ounce lighter, at 158 grams (about 5.5 ounces); it would weigh considerably less if it didn’t also feature a significant bump on its back that is its 41-megapixel PureView camera.(See also: Nokia Is Doing The Impossible: Making Windows Phone Cool)About that bump. The camera on the Lumia 1020 protrudes significantly from back of the device. When laying flat, the bump props up the phone, like a kickstand or an off-center see-saw. The bump does not quite make the phone awkward, but it’s distinctly noticeable. It’s palatable because you know what that bump is: the best camera ever to be put into a flagship smartphone.The Camera Outside (cloudy) Nokia Lumia 1020, low-light conditions, no special settingsInside Nokia Lumia 1020, outside, no zoom Nokia’s Lumia 1020 is a smartphone running Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 mobile operating system.No, wait. It’s a 41-megapixel camera jam-packed with everything you might ever need from the best DSLR point-and-shoot devices.Wait, wait, wait. It’s a smartphone because it can use apps, make phones calls and send text messages. Hold on, it’s a digital camera that you can use with a “loss less” zoom, motion enhanced pictures, the ability to change apertures and exposure times and an array advanced photo techniques.It’s a smartphone. It’s a camera. A smartphone. A camera.Let’s just call it a smameraphone.Nokia Improves The DimensionsWhen Nokia released its flagship Lumia 920 last year, the result was less than compelling. It was big and bulky and didn’t have a defining feature that made you say, “Wow, I must have this phone!”Size and weight were the real dealbreakers for the Lumia 920. One person said to me at one point, “I feel like I could beat somebody up with this thing.” At 185 grams (6.5 ounces), it was heavier than just about every other top-end smartphone on the market, and thick (10.7 millimeters) to boot. The main culprit was the wireless charging feature enclosed in the 920’s (otherwise high quality) polycarbonate unibody shell. Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement Lumia 1020, outside, sunny, 3x zoomLow light: Samsung Galaxy S4 vs. Lumia 1020 Related Posts Tags:#digital cameras#Nokia#Windows Phone 8 Nokia Smart Cam:The Smart Cam is Nokia’s equivalent to the features that Samsung, BlackBerry and HTC have brought to market earlier this year. It allows for “Best Shot” in-photo editing, combining multiple shots into one picture, “strobe” effect that emphasize movement and the ability to remove movement from still photos or choose a “best face” from a series of photos.Nokia also has some augmented reality capabilities within the camera app through Microsoft’s Bing “Vision” feature and its HERE Maps product. These features are interesting to play with, but not a primary selling point for the device. Is The Camera Really That Good?Nokia CEO Stephen Elop was positively giddy on stage in New York City during the announcement of the Lumia 1020 earlier this month. Like a kid playing with a new toy. It’s always hard to credit hype from a CEO trying to get the most buzz from a product that is about to launch. Will the features really work like they’re supposed to? Like the commercials say they will?In the case of some of the gesture and movement related features that Samsung touts with the Galaxy S4, the answer is no. But the camera on the Lumia 1020 is the real deal.I take a lot of smartphone pictures, usually for events or on vacation or of other smartphones for various articles. Often, the camera is lacking and I have to find that perfect balance of angle and lighting and the ability to hold really, really still to get the right picture. If I’m any real distance from an object or it’s too dark, I’ll usually get something of middling quality (which is actually a great improvement over smartphone cameras from even a year ago).The Lumia 1020’s camera eliminates most of those problems. The digital zoom works much better than most other smartphone’s digital varieties. Low light conditions are impressive and photos are rarely blurry.Updated to clarify the difference between optical and digital zoom in the Lumia 1020. Zoom Samsung Galaxy S4 in low-light conditions, no special settings
Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting selena larson In an unprecedented move for a global technology company, Google released workplace data that illustrates how diverse the company is—which is to say, hardly diverse at all. But it’s a good first step in encouraging transparency and laying the groundwork for a more active effort to fix a problem that’s hard to address from the top down.Globally, Google’s workforce is 70% men. In the U.S. 60% of its workforce is white, just two percent is black, and just three percent is Hispanic. In technical roles, the gender disparity is more striking: only 17% of such employees are women. Google, whose products and services impact millions of people around the world, employs 53,891 people full-time, but they’re predominantly males. Google didn’t break out specific data for its offices in over 40 countries around the world, just information on the company as a whole. Beyond Transparency To justify these troubling numbers, Google points out that women earn 18% of computer science degrees in the U.S., while black and Hispanic students make up less than 10 percent of U.S. college graduates and earn fewer than five percent of all degrees awarded in computer science.While those abysmal education statistics are certainly one big reason for the low representation of women and minorities in the technological workforce, they’re not the whole picture.Nearly a third of senior leaders in science and technology fields say that a woman would never make it to the top position in their company, according to a study from the Center for Talent Innovation, a think tank founded by economist Sylvia Ann Hewlett. And according to the nonprofit Code2040, just one of every 18 leaders at tech firms is black or Latino.Google’s numbers reflect this imbalance: 79% of its leadership is male, two percent is black, and just one percent is Hispanic. Gender and racial disparities in tech might start in college, but the failure to prepare and promote minorities in the workplace falls on the shoulders of the firms themselves.With Wednesday’s announcement, Google is setting a precedent—not just by exposing its white underbelly, but also advocating for changes that could, eventually, bring more diversity to tech in the future. It’s not enough to admit that a company has a problem—it needs to actively work to change the ratio both inside, and outside, its workforce.For its part, Google has given more than $40 million to organizations that bring computer science education to women and girls since 2010. And its Google for Entrepreneurs program provides capital and other support for minorities in tech.Earlier this year, it launched #40Forward, a program providing $1 million to 40 startup accelerators and incubators that pledge to increase the number of women entrepreneurs in their communities. Seventy-five percent of those companies are located outside of the U.S.Google also said it works with historically black colleges and universities to provide a greater focus on computer science programs and attendance. One Googler, engineer Charles Pratt, was in-residence at Howard University this year and revamped the school’s introduction to computer science curriculum in an effort to appeal to more students.Creating A Culture ShiftUsing college degree statistics to justify diversity disparities does not address the larger issue for tech companies in Silicon Valley: While often describing themselves as a “meritocracy,” companies still hire people who fit a conventional image—the white, male “brogrammer.”Yes, education is important, but it’s not the catch-all solution for diversifying the workforce. There also needs to be a culture shift—one that celebrates differences instead of perpetuating stereotypes.At a women-in-tech event in San Francisco last week, designer and engineer Julie Ann Horvath said that startups and tech companies in general regularly hire people who are friends, and who all look or act a certain way—copies of one another. When someone different comes in, she said, there’s a greater chance they will get pushed out. See Also: Why GitHub’s CEO Ditched Its Divisive ‘Meritocracy’ RugShe knows firsthand how difficult it can be for a woman in a boys’ club environment. Horvath was a champion for improving the gender imbalance at the Web-based hosting service GitHub, but eventually quit after suffering harassment.It’s not enough to increase the number of women and minorities that complete degrees in computer science or related subjects. If companies really want to hire people from different backgrounds, they need to build a different culture—one that is inclusive, rather than continuing to adhere to the faux-meritocracy that has become the norm. More companies should do what Google did, as bad as it might make them look. If enough companies air out their dirty laundry, perhaps the community, at large, can begin to change. By releasing its data publicly, Google has created a way to measure the success of its diversity initiatives, and isn’t shying away from inevitable scrutiny. The numbers will serve as a way for the company to create actionable goals to better represent the community it serves—which, for Google, happens to be the entire world.Update: Updated to clarify race statistics are U.S. only.Lead image courtesy of raccorinne on Flickr Related Posts A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Tags:#brogrammer#diversity#Google#Silicon Valley#tech Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market
A Sioux City business has been honored as the state’s July Business of the Month.Lienwaivers.io will receive the SBDC’s statewide Award.The company is a platform to manage construction payments, and was formed in January of 2016 after the founders connected at a Sioux City business networking event.The founders worked in different industries, and came together to build a comprehensive technology solution to the lien waiver and payment process for construction projects.Since their launch, lienwaivers.io has worked with more than 22,000 contractors nationwide.The small business administration award will be presented on July 25th at their offices in downtown Sioux City.
Burn felt Brighton let themselves down in defeat at Chelseaby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveBrighton defender Dan Burn felt they let themselves down in defeat at Chelsea.Burn arguably had Albion’s best chance of the game when his downward header clipped the bar, and reiterated the need for the team to start taking their chances.He said, “I thought Chelsea were the better team on the day and we didn’t do what we do as well as we have done in other games.“They had some good chances, but we were frustrated with the penalty because I didn’t think it was, at the time.“I could’ve scored with that header as well, so it was very frustrating. We are creating chances, and we have to take them, which is what the top teams do.“We’ll look at it all on Monday and Tuesday and see what we could have done better.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
There are some very good quarterbacks returning to college football in 2015. Michigan State’s Connor Cook. TCU’s Trevone Boykin. Mississippi State’s Dak Prescott. USC’s Cody Kessler. And, of course, Ohio State’s three star quarterbacks – J.T. Barrett, Cardale Jones and Braxton Miller. The Buckeyes just aren’t sure who will be their starter, and that’s OK. ESPN is confident enough in Urban Meyer that they’ve tabbed the generic “QB For Ohio State” as one of the country’s top returning signal callers. Pretty hilarious graphic pic.twitter.com/wkwU7f88pp— Andrew Gaug (@AndrewGaug) January 23, 2015You’ve got it pretty good, Ohio State fans. Which quarterback do you want to see behind center for the Buckeyes come fall – Barrett, Jones or Miller?