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World Cup 2019 Match 4, Australia and Afghanistan: When and Where to watch live streaming


first_imgWorld Cup 2019 Match 4, Australia and Afghanistan: When and Where to watch live streamingWorld Cup 2019: Here you can find all the details regarding when, where and how to watch the opening game of the World Cup between Australia and Afghanistan to be played at the Bristol County Ground, Bristol, England.advertisement India Today Web Desk BristolJune 1, 2019UPDATED: June 3, 2019 12:09 IST Australia v/s Afghanistan. (REUTERS)It is a match between five-time world champions and an emerging cricketing nation that will be playing only their second 50-over World Cup.Australia are a strong side, both in terms of batting and bowling and are also the only team to win both their warm-up games.Steve Smith and David Warner have returned to the side after serving the one-year ban and have been in great form. David Warner was the highest run-scorer in the Indian Premier League 2019 while Steve Smith smashed a century during the World Cup warm-up against England.For Afghanistan, batting is a cause of concern but they have quality bowlers in Rashid Khan and Mohammad Nabi and the duo can trouble the Australian batsmen if the wickets are dry and take a turn. They had defeated Pakistan by 3 wickets in their first World Cup warm-up game and cannot be completely ruled out from the event.Here’s all you need to know about the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match 3, Australia vs Afghanistan:What TV channel and live stream is the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Australia vs Afghanistan being broadcast?The match between Australia vs Afghanistan, of the ICC Cricket World Cup can be viewed on Doordarshan, Star Sports 1 and 2. Hotstar.com and Hotstar app will live stream the opener.Where will the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Australia vs Afghanistan match be held?The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Australia and Afghanistan match will be played at The Bristol County Ground, Bristol, on June 1.Where can I check the online live updates of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Australia vs Afghanistan match?advertisementYou can follow our coverage for Australia vs Afghanistan here – https://www.indiatoday.in/sportsWhat time will the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Australia vs Afghanistan match start?The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Australia vs Afghanistan match will start at 06:00 PM IST.Where can I watch ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Australia vs Afghanistan match?The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Australia vs Afghanistan match will be shown on the Star Sports TV network, Doordarshan and can also be streamed on hotstar.com.Also Read | World Cup 2019: Chris Gayle and Andre Russell fit to play against AustraliaAlso Read | New Zealand vs Sri Lanka, World Cup 2019 Match 3 Prediction and Probable Playing 11Also SeeFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAnita Jat Tags :Follow World Cup 2019Follow Australia vs Afghanistanlast_img read more


Learning About Farm-To-Bar Cocktails at Secret Summer NYC


first_img 10 Classic Vodka Cocktail Recipes You Can Mix at Home Tickets for Secret Summer 2016 are available here and range from $125-$150 per person. Editors’ Recommendations There aren’t many places that you’ll be able to find singing buskers, professional dancers, and twelve rooms full of bespoke cocktails, but for one afternoon on Sunday, August 14 at the picturesque Foundry in Long Island City, New York, you will be able to. Secret Summer NYC 2016 is approaching, and with it, a slew of farm-to-table cocktails and a one-of-a kind experience that, if you’re in the City, you need to go to.The highlight of the event, obviously, will be the bespoke cocktails we just mentioned. Created by RAPT and using only ingredients from Farm One, an urban farm located in New York City that sources fresh herbs and other ingredients for bartenders and chefs. Using these fresh ingredients, these cocktails all will literally go from farm to bar.Now, you’ve heard of farm-to-table before, but think about farm-to-bar a little more. Not only are you getting the freshest-possible ingredients, but you’re getting them in booze. This is, quite possibly, the definition of win-win.Related: 9 Essential 3-Ingredient Cocktails To MasterIn its second year, Secret Summer is bringing some of the top spirits labels together for a palate-changing event and one of the best ways to tackle the dog days of summer. Guests will be able to travel through twelve different rooms, experiencing a variety of drinks, some of which you can check out below.If cocktails and a beautiful view of the City aren’t enough for you, there will also be cuisine from some of the top area food trucks (Van Leeuwen Ice Cream, and more), live music, a Spin ping-pong garden, performances by aerialists, art installations, flash tattoo stations, and much more.Before you go, try out some of the Farm-to-Bar Cocktails that will be available:Churchill Downs1oz Cinnamon/Basil Syrup2oz Woodford Reserve Bourbon2 Dashes House-Infused Bergamot Bitters1 Sprig Green Market Peppermint1 Leaf Farm One Purple Rufe BasilMethod: Fill an old-fashioned with ice, add bourbon, add syrup, bitters. Stir to combine, and top with peppermint and basil.The Beetnik2.5oz Finlandia Premium Vodka1oz Market Beetroot Juice3/4 oz House-Infused Allspice Falernum1 Leaf ‘Farm One’ Red-Veined SorrelMethod: Shake all ingredients and strain into a cocktail coupe; garnish with Sorrel. 7 Fall Cocktail Recipes to Enjoy With Cooler Weather center_img 10 Reasons Why Yuzu Should Be Your New Favorite Cocktail Ingredient 5 Classic Whiskey Cocktails You Should Know How to Make 6 Essential Scotch Cocktails That You Need to Know last_img read more


Lomar Committed to Its Large-Scale Fleet Expansion


first_imgzoom Lomar has continued its large-scale fleet expansion with the addition of six container ships to its fleet, the declaration of options on its newbuilding orders as well as the placement of new orders for bulk carriers from the COSCO shipyard in China. These latest developments take the company’s fleet to over 60 including purchase options.The Boston Trader and the New York Trader are 2004 built 1,100 TEU container ships acquired from a German K.G. Additionally Lomar has added four Singaporean built 1078 TEU container ships to its fleet – the Pac Antilia, Pac Aires, Pac Aquarius and Pac Aquila.Meanwhile, Lomar has declared options on another five newbuildings and announced two new orders, all from Chinese shipyards. Two of the options are for 1,100 TEU container ships from the Yangzijiang shipyard. They are designed by leading Chinese design institute SDARI (Shanghai Merchant Ship Design and Research Institute) and ships have much improved fuel consumption and the ability to carry up to 220 reefer containers. This leaves Lomar with two options still available from the shipyard. Lomar has also declared another purchase option within its order for 2190 TEU container ships from China’s Guangzhou Wenchong Shipyard bringing the total firm orders to four. This vessel is due for delivery in 2016 and the company retains two more purchase options for sister vessels from this shipyard. Finally, Lomar has significantly increased its commitment to ‘Ultramax’ bulk carriers from the COSCO Group in China by making firm two of the options that it held as well as announcing that it holds two new options to purchase. This means that Lomar now holds eight firm COSCO orders plus two remaining options.The first of Lomar’s ‘Ultramax’ bulk carriers from COSCO will be delivered in January 2014. The ‘Dolphin’ 64,000 dwt vessels are SDARI designed and meet the highest standards for fuel efficiency and environmental compliance, including the latest IACS Common Structural Rules (CSR).Achim Boehme, CEO of Lomar stated: “We are delighted to be adding to our container fleet while further asserting our commitment to the newbuilding sector with ships that are modern, efficient and well-suited to the demand profile that we see emerging in the bulker and container sectors.”Lomar is the shipping subsidiary of the Libra Group, a diversified international business group. The company has a mixed fleet of vessels including bulk carriers, container ships, LPG and chemical tankers as well as offshore vessels. Print  Close Lomar, January 22, 2014 My location 此页面无法正确加载 Google 地图。您是否拥有此网站?确定last_img read more


IOCs RD centre patent filing crosses 1000mark


first_imgNew Delhi: State-owned Indian Oil Corp (IOC) Tuesday said its research and development centre at Faridabad has become the first public sector oil and gas company to cross the milestone of filing 1,000 patents. The Centre filed the 1,001st patent this week, the company said in a statement here. “The R&D Centre’s IP (Intellectual Property) portfolio comprises 794 active patents, of which 542 patents were granted abroad and 252 in India. The centre has also registered a healthy commercialisation rate for its patents, higher than the global average,” it said. Also Read – Commercial vehicle sales to remain subdued in current fiscal: IcraComplimenting the R&D team for lending a competitive edge to IOC’s business through innovative products, processes and technologies, company chairman Sanjiv Singh said several quality upgradation projects implemented at its refineries for production of ultra-clean BS-VI grde fuels are based on deep desulphurisation, isomerisation and dimerisation technology patents developed in-house. IOC’s internationally-awarded INDMAX technology patent, successfully commercialised at Paradip Refinery, improves LPG yields by 40 per cent besides ensuring the highest propylene yields in its class, the statement said adding the centre’s bio-methanation technology is best-in-class in methane yields and is being implemented at the Namakkal (Tamil Nadu) plant for production of compressed bio-gas (CBG). Also Read – Ashok Leyland stock tanks over 5 pc as co plans to suspend production for up to 15 daysEstablished in 1972, the centre is a pioneer in downstream petroleum sector R&D and has received wide acclaim for indigenising lubricants technology by launching the SERVO brand. With over 5,000 formulations and over 800 active grades covering all conceivable applications, including rail-road and marine oils, SERVO has grown to be the largest selling lubricant brand in India. From being the birth place of the highly successful, fuel-efficient ‘Nutan’ kerosene wick-stove in the late 70s, the R&D centre has come a long way in the past four decades. According to SSV Ramakumar, Director (R&D), IOC, the centre has been focussing on developing high-quality, environment-friendly products and innovative refinery processes that boost resource efficiency, enhance refinery-petrochemicals integration, and offer flexibility in product pattern and yields in line with market demand. With 50 per cent of its active patents in the refining category, followed by 16 per cent in bio-technology, the R&D team has made considerable progress even in the highly IP-crowded field of Ziegler-Natta catalysts, used in production of polymers (plastics). “We have not only created white space here but succeeded in earning a rich haul of patent grants that are well recognised by global majors,” he said. In line with IOC’s business objectives, the R&D centre has expanded its research domain to cover petrochemicals, nano-technology, alternative fuels, energy storage solutions and Hydrogen-based fuel cell research, among others, the statement added.last_img read more


World Series suffers as a TV attraction especially compared to pro football


NEW YORK, N.Y. – There’s a World Series going on, television fans. Not that many people seem to care.The Fall Classic between Kansas City and San Francisco, headed to its sixth game on Tuesday night, has only served to amplify baseball’s loosening grip on armchair fans, particularly in comparison to professional football.Through five games, the Series has averaged 12.07 million viewers on Fox, the Nielsen Co. said. Currently, the least-watched Series ever was the Giants’ four-game sweep of the Detroit Tigers two years ago. None of the first five games has even topped 13 million people, Nielsen said.By contrast, three regular-season NFL games that aired in prime time last week, on CBS, NBC and ESPN, all had more than 13 million, with CBS’ Thursday night game getting more than 20 million viewers.Most likely, only a winner-take-all seventh game would help this Giants-Royals matchup avoid the dubious distinction of least popular World Series since it became a regular TV fixture.World Series seventh games — baseball’s ultimate event — have happened only five times since 1988. The least-watched seventh game, with the St. Louis Cardinals beating the Texas Rangers in 2011, had 25.4 million viewers. The 1991 game between Minnesota Twins and Atlanta Braves drew a staggering 50 million viewers.Five World Series games in prime time couldn’t help Fox win last week in the ratings, although the network led among viewers ages 18 to 49.The ABC comedy “Manhattan Love Story,” won a contest no TV show ever wants to: first new fall series to be cancelled. Its last episode last week had 2.6 million viewers, fewer than any other first-run shows last week on the four biggest networks.CBS won the week with an average of 11.5 million viewers in prime time. Fox had 10.1 million viewers, NBC had 7.8 million, ABC had 6.6 million, Univision had 2.8 million, the CW had 1.7 million, ION Television had 1.2 million and Telemundo had 1.1 million.ESPN was the week’s most popular cable network, averaging 2.95 million viewers in prime time. AMC had 1.73 million, the Disney Channel had 1.71 million, Fox News Channel had 1.64 million and USA had 1.62 million.NBC’s “Nightly News” topped the evening newscasts with an average of 8.4 million viewers. ABC’s “World News Tonight” was second with 7.9 million and the “CBS Evening News” had 6.5 million viewers.For the week of Oct. 20-26, the top 10 shows, their networks and viewerships: NFL Football: San Diego at Denver, CBS, 20.22 million; NFL Football: Green Bay at New Orleans, NBC, 18.8 million; “NCIS,” CBS, 17.13 million; “NCIS: New Orleans,” CBS, 16.13 million; “The Big Bang Theory,” CBS, 16.02 million; “The Walking Dead,” AMC, 13.8 million; “Sunday Night NFL Pre-Kick,” NBC, 13.55 million; NFL Football: Houston at Pittsburgh, ESPN, 13.28 million; Minutes,” CBS, 13.23 million; World Series Game 2: San Francisco at Kansas City, Fox, 12.92 million.___ABC is owned by The Walt Disney Co. CBS is owned by CBS Corp. CW is a joint venture of Warner Bros. Entertainment and CBS Corp. Fox is owned by 21st Century Fox. NBC and Telemundo are owned by Comcast Corp. ION Television is owned by ION Media Networks.___Online:http://www.nielsen.com World Series suffers as a TV attraction, especially compared to pro football by David Bauder, The Associated Press Posted Oct 28, 2014 2:07 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more


Brock participates in WestJet Christmas Miracle video


WestJet’s original Christmas Miracle video in 2013 went viral and currently has more than 42 million views on YouTube.This year, the Brock University alumnus behind the videos, WestJet Team Lead, Sponsorship Greg Plata (BSM ’08) reached out to Brock University and asked the school to help spread the word about this year’s video. His team is relying on WestJet fans and supporters to help make it the best video yet.Similar to Random Acts of Kindness day, WestJet was hoping to complete 12,000 mini miracles on Wednesday, Dec. 9.Among the mini miracles done at Brock University Wednesday: Upgraded a student’s parking from the back of Zone 2 to the closest spot in Zone 1 (see video below)Collected more than $215 to be used to buy peanut butter and tuna for Community CareHanded out free coffee, chips, candy and cookies to students studying around campusAthletics handed out free yoga class passesBrock Development and Alumni Relations staff handed out high fives and good cheer in Market Hall and other parts of campus read more


New Victims commissioner sparks row with prosecutors as she says policy of


Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Dame Vera said: “As Victims’ Commissioner, I cannot be expected to adhere to the official line that mobile phone data is only required when necessary to achieve a reasonable line of enquiry. “The overwhelming evidence from those who support rape victims is that the reality is so very different. This evidence has led me to conclude victims are routinely being asked to hand over their mobile phones, even in some cases where their attacker is a stranger and there could not have been any communication between them.“I want this practice to stop. I want to see a change in culture, where the current digital download form is withdrawn and where only proportionate downloads are made, and only in cases where it is absolutely necessary.” The new Victims’ Commissioner has sparked a row after accusing prosecutors and police of taking “irrelevant” personal information from rape victims’ phones that discredits them.In an outspoken attack on the policy of extracting data from phones, Dame Vera Baird warned rape victims that police would refuse to take their case unless they agreed to have their “whole mobile phone” content searched.In her tweet, she added: “If there’s anything 2 your discredit however irrelevant they’ll hand it 2 your defendant 2B used to allege you’re lying. That’s if the crime U report is rape.”The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) hit back against “misleading and inaccurate” reports, saying digital searches must not be “merely speculative” or “an exercise to find material to undermine the complainant.”“It is simply not true that material which is not relevant to the case will be shared with the defence or shown in court,” said the CPS.Dame Vera’s comments come after Elizabeth Denham, the Information Commissioner, said she had “serious concerns” over “digital strip searching” and its impact on privacy rights.A coalition of 10 civil liberties organisations has also warned police and CPS requests to download the contents of victims’ mobile phones amounted to a “digital strip search” and were unlawful. read more


EHF CL Danish hammer leads TOP scorers


8.  Fernandez Perez Angel (ESP)39 Quick  InfoMatch Info  Naturhouse La Rioja (ESP) 6.  Malmagro Viana Cristian (ESP)43 Quick  InfoMatch Info  Naturhouse La Rioja (ESP) 2.  Bozovic Janko (AUT)49 Quick  InfoMatch Info  HC Metalurg (MKD) After six rounds of matches at VELUX EHF Champions League it seems that Mikkel Hansen has realistic chances to break the existing record (118) in number of goals in one season.Danish hammer netted 54 goals in six matches.Here is TOP 10:   Lindboe Andre (NOR)39 Quick  InfoMatch Info  Elverum Handball Herrer (NOR) 5.  Eggert Magnussen Anders (DEN)44 Quick  InfoMatch Info  SG Flensburg-Handewitt (GER) 1.  Hansen Mikkel (DEN)54 Quick  InfoMatch Info  Paris Saint-Germain Handball (FRA) 4.  Lazarov Kiril (MKD)45 Quick  InfoMatch Info  FC Barcelona Lassa (ESP) 7.  Björnsen Kristian (NOR)42 Quick  InfoMatch Info  IFK Kristianstad (SWE)   Kovalev Dmitry (RUS)39 Quick  InfoMatch Info  Chekhovskie Medvedi (RUS) ← Previous Story WOMEN’S EHF CL: The same ending story for Fleury Loiret Next Story → “NOBODY” IS NOW HERO: Barachet decides derby against Veszprem 3.  Csaszar Gabor (HUN)47 Quick  InfoMatch Info  Kadetten Schaffhausen (SUI) read more


Dublin boys win Lego award for robot reminding people to take medicines


first_imgA TEAM OF SCHOOLBOYS from Dublin have won a European award for building a robot and app to remind people to take vital medicines at regular intervals throughout the day.The boys from Jobstown in Tallaght took a top award at the First Lego League robotics tournament in Paderborn in Germany, beating 52 teams from 34 countries to win an award specifically recognising their team spirit.The team of seven boys – aged between 11 and 16 – designed and built a Lego robot, which worked with a smartphone app which alerted elderly people that it was the appropriate time to take their daily medication.The app, which works through voice recognition, also reminds users of their appointments and other daily tasks.The boys clubbed together at the Citywise after-school robotics club in Jobstown, and went forward to the European title having won the Irish title in January.“What really impressed the judges was the way the lads worked together, their continual good spirit and their good humour despite the pressure of competition,” said team-co-ordinator Christopher Smyth.“They were a real team,” he added.Team member 16-year-old Himanshu Singh, from Ard Mór, said the standard of robots at the competition had been very high – but that the team had learned a lot from the experience and hoped to use its new knowledge in next year’s contest.The team was sponsored by software firm SAP Ireland, which employs 1,200 people across Ireland, and whose staff helped to train the team.Read: Disney has a creepy new robot you can play catch withlast_img read more


The UK Parliament has been suspended So what happens next


first_img Share5 Tweet Email Image: Don Hammond/PA Images As the clock ticks down, get all the best Brexit news and analysis in your inbox: Tue 6:16 AM 33 Comments The UK Parliament has been suspended. So what happens next? After MPs rejected an early election once again, parliament has been suspended. https://jrnl.ie/4802371 THE UK PARLIAMENT is closed. After rejecting Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s second attempt to force a general election, parliament was suspended in the early hours of this morning. There were angry scenes in the House of Commons as the procedure took place. Rebellious MPs sang, chanted and attempted to block Speaker John Bercow from entering the House of Lords.  Source: TheJournal.ie/YouTubeThis past week saw a group of cross-party MPs seize control of the Commons to force through a bill aimed at blocking a no-deal Brexit, veteran Tory MPs ejected from the Conservative Party and Jacob Rees-Mogg lie supine across Commons leather. So what happens now?MPs are due back in parliament on 14 October for what’s known as the Queen’s Speech, which officially opens the House of Commons once again. Three days later on the 17th, EU leaders will gather for a crucial summit in Brussels. It should become clearer at this point if Johnson intends to take Britain out of the EU with a deal or without a deal. Johnson had promised MPs a vote on his Brexit strategy scheduled for 21 and 22 October.But, of course, there is the Benn Bill, which was passed into law yesterday. That bill is designed to extend Article 50 and prevent the UK from leaving the EU without a deal. It would push the current Brexit deadline of 31 October to next year at the earliest.One of the conditions of the bill is that Johnson must either seek MPs’ approval for a withdrawal deal or their approval for a no-deal Brexit by 19 October. Neither of those seem likely outcomes. Related Read Image: Don Hammond/PA Imagescenter_img If Johnson has done neither of these by then, he must request a Brexit extension from the EU until 31 January 2020, the bill states. Johnson, however, has said that he’d rather be “dead in a ditch” than demand an Article 50 extension. He has also said he’d follow the law, though. All in all, after a week of rejections, ejections and rebellions, today is the beginning of the calm before the proverbial. In the meantime, the Labour Party is gearing up for its annual conference which will take place in Brighton from 21 to 25 September. Two days later on the 27th, the Conservative Party will descend on Manchester for its assembly.Amidst all that, it’s being suggested the UK and EU could still do a deal, with the return to the table of a Northern Ireland-only backstop providing a possible solution to the impasse – coupled with an expanded role for Stormont.  02.08.19 Cast-iron and vital, or an anti-democratic bureaucracy: what is the Irish backstop? 24,882 Views By Cónal Thomas Short URL Tuesday 10 Sep 2019, 7:15 AM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more


AHEPANUGAS business breakfast


first_imgAHEPA Youth and NUGAS Victoria are teaming up to host their second business breakfast with a focus on ‘Building Your Career Brand: How to Stand Out’. The breakfast will see some of Australia’s leading professionals from a variety of industries come together, giving young people the opportunity to pick their brains and acquire some tips on how to make their dreams for the future a reality.The panellists will cover various topics including: how you can stand out, self-differentiate, secure employment and succeed in the workplace.The event will be held at Crown’s Palladium, with a panel including former premier of Victoria, Honorary Jeff Kennett, leading Asia Pacific digital marketing and branding strategist Constantine Frantzeskos, and George Pappas, founder of BCG Australia and Chancellor of Victoria University.A ticketed event, tickets are currently available for purchase online starting from $45, with all tickets including a full Crown signature breakfast.The AHEPA NUGAS Business Breakfast will be held on Tuesday 31 March, 2015 and will run from 7.30 am to 9.30 am at the Crown Palladium. To book tickets, visit www.trybooking.com/GQTZ Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more


And the 2017 Emerging Cultural City is … Athens


first_imgCrisis-ridden Athens still manages to shine. Last week it was acknowledged with a Leading Culture Destinations Award. In a ceremony held in London, Athens was named the 2017 Emerging Cultural City of the Year “for managing to maintain a thriving cultural scene despite the country’s protracted financial crisis”. “Our city is attractive, safe and open to innovation,” said Athens Mayor Giorgos Kaminis, who received the award on behalf of Greece. He took the opportunity to reaffirm the city’s commitment to cultural excellence, pointing out that it has also been named UNESCO’S World Book Capital for 2018. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img


Viewer numbers for 810 WWE RAW number goes up


first_imgFacebook Now Playing Up Next Jason Namako RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Kim Kardashian ‘Got in Trouble’ With Kanye For Daughter North Wearing Makeup Now Playing Up Next WhatsApp Leigh Sales and Lisa Wilkinson deserve gold Logies. Videos Articles Rachel Bloom announces pregnancy following Emmy win rachel bloom RuPaul plans to continue hosting Drag Race ‘indefinitely’ Now Playing Up Nextcenter_img Now Playing Up Next Google+ Now Playing Up Next Pinterest Last night’s 8/10 WWE RAW drew an average audience of 3.84 million viewers on Monday night. The first hour drew 3.79 million viewers, the second hour drew 3.94 million viewers and the third hour closed out the night with 3.78 million viewers.This is up from last week’s show that drew 3.70 million viewers.Source: Showbuzzdaily.comRecommended videosPowered by AnyClipRachel Bloom announces pregnancy following Emmy winVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:42/Current Time 0:05Loaded: 100.00%0:05Remaining Time -0:37 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 The Tech Behind the First FDA-Approved Birth Control App Wrestleview Weekly: Predictions for tonight’s Clash of Champions event in Charlotte WWE RAW Preview: King of the Ring Final Match, Fallout from WWE Clash of Champions Twitter WWE Draft confirmed to be taking place as a two-night event starting on October 11last_img read more


Man ejected in crash killed when vehicle rolls on him


first_imgA driver was killed early Wednesday morning when he was ejected during a car crash in north Clark County and the vehicle rolled on top of him, according to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.Deputies were called to a single-vehicle crash at 5:15 a.m. in the 10500 block of Northeast Cedar Creek Road. Arriving deputies found an adult man dead at the crash scene.The preliminary investigation found that the man had been driving a 1991 Honda Accord east on Northeast Cedar Creek Road, when the vehicle crossed into the westbound lane and went off the road, crashing in a farm pasture, the sheriff’s office said.Deputies say the driver was thrown from the vehicle, which then rolled over him.The Clark County Medical Examiner’s Office will release the man’s name once next of kin is notified.The vehicle had been reported stolen out of Cowlitz County, deputies said.Detectives with the agency’s traffic unit are continuing their investigation into the circumstances of the crash.last_img read more


When Should You Call 911 About A Bear Sighting


first_imgJeff Selinger, Kenai Peninsula Area Biologist:  “Bears are out moving around so you know pick up the garbage and the trash around the houses and minimize the potential of having a negative encounter with bears by being aware when you’re out in the woods.” Police say if people see a brown bear in town, they still should call 911 since that is more rare. Police say most bear sightings don’t need to be called in to 911. But police do want to hear about bears that are aggressive, sick, injured, orphaned or rummaging through trash. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Alaska Department Game and Fish wants to warn the public that bears are on the move and to be “Bear Aware”. However, Police are urging people to stop calling emergency lines to report non-emergency bear sightings. Selinger: “The Bears are going to be looking for fish as well, keep your property picked up and minimize attractants that might bring bears into a neighborhood. Keep your eyes up when you’re out there recreating.”last_img read more


People on the Move 061810


first_imgPeriodical Publishers’ Service Bureau, LLC (a unit of Hearst Corporation) named Steve Aster president. Prior to PPSB, Aster served as president of consumer marketing for Source Interlink and Primedia Enthusiast Media, which was acquired by Source Interlink in 2007. Time Inc. has promoted Jim Frederick to managing editor of Time.com and executive editor of Time magazine. Previously, Frederick served as a foreign correspondent in Europe and Asia.Longtime Vogue publisher and Condé Nast senior vice president/publishing director Tom Florio says he is leaving the company at the end of the month. He reportedly is looking to become CEO of his own company, although his exact plans are still unclear.Hearst appointed Eve Bercovici executive beauty director at Redbook magazine. Most recently, Bercovici served as a senior beauty director at InStyle.last_img read more


Amazon Prime Air gets more planes to boost oneday shipping to you


first_img 50 surprising things people are buying on Amazon right now 50 Photos Tags Share your voice 0 Amazon’s drones and robots want to take over your deliveries In April, Amazon said it was spending $800 million this quarter to bolster its shipping infrastructure to support the change. Last month, CEO Jeff Bezos attended a groundbreaking ceremony for Amazon’s new $1.5 billion air transportation hub in Hebron, Kentucky. Amazon has also built out a network of 10,000 truck trailers.Still, this work has come with new challenges for the company. Pilots working for Prime Air have regularly complained about poor pay and lousy working conditions. Also, FedEx this month decided not to renew its Express air shipping contract with Amazon, a move widely seen as a reaction to Amazon expanding its own shipping network. 1:32 Post a comment Before that Amazon Prime shipment gets to you, it’ll probably hitch a ride in a plane like this one. Amazon Amazon on Tuesday said it agreed to lease 15 more Boeing cargo planes from GE Capital Aviation Services, helping the e-commerce titan continue growing its air fleet so it can speed up Prime deliveries.The 15 Boeing 737-800 planes are in addition to the five planes Amazon already agreed to lease from GECAS earlier this year. The company has 42 planes flying today, and by 2021 it will operate 70 planes.Amazon expanded its fleet as part of its expensive effort to transition its Prime two-day shipping program to one day in the US. That work is already resulting in packages arriving earlier at Prime customers’ doorsteps and may help Amazon maintain its competitive edge against rivals like Walmart. Now playing: Watch this: Internet Amazon Prime Amazonlast_img read more


1919 The Spanish Flu in Dillingham


first_img Photo courtesy of Katie RingsmuthPhoto courtesy of Katie Ringsmuth 1 of 4 Photo courtesy of Katie RingsmuthPhoto courtesy of Katie Ringsmuth Katie Ringsmuth and Tim Troll will discuss the influenza pandemic in Bristol Bay at the Mountain View library in Anchorage tomorrow evening. Free flu shots will be given starting at 5 pm, the presentation begins at 6:30. Photo courtesy of Katie RingsmuthPhoto courtesy of Katie Ringsmuth The deadly influenza pandemic known as the Spanish Flu, killed millions of people world wide but hit Alaska particularly hard. Thursday evening, an Anchorage lecture will examine the impacts to the Bristol Bay region and how the canneries there helped the local population. The pandemic entered Alaska in 1918 in Nome, western Alaska and Southeast. Despite efforts to keep it out of Bristol Bay, it hit the area in 1919. Historian Katie Ringsmuth of Tundra Vision organized the discussion along with Tim Troll. Troll is the executive director of the Bristol Bay Heritage land trust. He says when he lived in Dillingham, he was given artifacts from the family of a man at the center of the crisis there, Dr Linus French.Doctor Linus Hiram French with Orphans in 1919 (Courtesy of Tim Troll)Listen Now TROLL: And in particular looking at some of the photographs after I understood and began to understand the history of the region. Realized that we were looking at photographs of orphans. Orphans from this flu that struck Bristol Bay in 1919. And just from talking to people in Dillingham and in the region, there’s hardly a soul that doesn’t have somebody in their family that was an orphan. So their family history comes from, starts in many cases, from the orphans who were then transferred to Kanakanak Hospital, still in existence in Dillingham, in 1919. And French was in the middle of it. He was a doctor at Kanakanak. Founded the hospital actually.RINGSMUTH: This disease came from the trenches of World War I and made its way around the globe. Killed millions of people and then it came to Alaska and it killed more Alaskans per capita than any other place, save Samoa. Just to give you an example, in one week, 90 people were dead and that was just on the Naknek River alone.TOWNSEND: Ugashik and Naknek were hit hard but Egegik had no cases. Is that true?RINGSMUTH: Right. According to the reports, it was missed, which is one of the strange mysteries of this disease. Just to give you an example, on one of the written inscriptions, it says “Also on this date, a boat drifted near the Alaska Packers Association’s Dime-A-Doe Canary. Three small children suffering from influenza came to the beach and reported that two men were dead on the boat. The bodies were given burials and the children taken to the Alaska Packers Association’s Naknek hospital where they recovered and the boat was towed to the canneries.TOWNSEND: Tim, I wanted to ask about the involvement of the canneries. How dd they help in this tragedy?TROLL: Commercial fishing in Brostol Bay had already been going on for about 40 years so it was an entrenched industry. And a cannery was like a small town and every spring they’d load up the boats from Seattle, Bellingham, San Francisco and come north. And typically along with that would be doctors and nurses, basically to serve the cannery workers but also the local Natives and the villages that were around. So when they arrived in May of 1919, the flu was already there. The fear is that it would come in with them, but unfortunately, it was already there. And the only government presence that was there at the time was the hospital at Kanakanak, now Dillingham. But they were dealing with the problem themselves. They couldn’t respond any better. Dr. French himself was sick with the flu; the nurses were sick with the flu. And despite pleas to help, they really couldn’t so the cannery, in this case the Alaska Packers Association, which was the dominant canning outfit in Bristol Bay at the time, they were really logistically capable of dealing with it. And to their credit they did.RINGSMUTH: And one of the projects that I’m working on with Bob King and the National Park Service is to try and list the hospital at Naknek on the National Register of Historic Places as a building that can tell this story. Photo courtesy of Katie RingsmuthPhoto courtesy of Katie Ringsmuthlast_img read more


Xbox One sales target was originally set at 200 million consoles


first_imgThe Xbox One S we see on store shelves today is a very different console to the one envisioned being hooked up in homes back in 2014. Who remembers Don Mattrick? He’s the guy that decided all Xbox One games would only play if you were connected to the Internet for DRM checks. he’s also the guy that made Kinect mandatory, and said if you didn’t have an Internet connection the Xbox 360 would remain on sale as an alternative.Mattrick is now long gone and Phil Spencer was left to pick up the pieces of that dismal launch period. Spencer is doing a pretty good job considering, and he’s now revealed another eye-opening fact about the Xbox team’s original intent for the new console. Mattrick set the sales bar incredibly high for sales. He wanted them to aim for 200 million units.No games console has ever sold 200 million units. Top of the list right now is the PlayStation 2, which achieved 155 million. After that you have handhelds, with the Nintendo DS reaching 154 million and the Game Boy/Game Boy Color combined achieving 118 million sales. The Xbox 360 managed 84 million units. But Mattrick wanted more, much more.You have to remember that the Xbox One wasn’t being treated as just a games console at launch. Mattrick positioned it to be the hub under your TV and as much an all-round entertainment box as a games-playing machine. It really didn’t work, but the lofty 200 million sales target must have been based off of the console appealing to a much wider audience than just gamers.What we are left with 2 years on from the launch is an Xbox console Microsoft has long since stopped sharing sales figures for. Last we heard it has sold 19 million units in January of this year–half of what the PS4 had achieved. It’s clear now that the Xbox One will struggle to hit even 50 million units let alone 200 million.last_img read more