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Womens volleyball OSU hosting two pivotal Big Ten home matches

Ohio State’s libero Valeria Leon passes a ball in the regional quarterfinal versus Washington on December 11, 2015. Credit: Ohio State AthleticsOn Oct. 1, the No. 19 Ohio State women’s volleyball team stunned the fans in Lincoln, Nebraska, as they conquered the defending national champions and No. 1 team in the country, the Nebraska Huskers, in four sets. On Friday, the Huskers will travel to Columbus for another matchup – and it’s safe to say the Huskers will be out for revenge. In what will be OSU’s only second home match this season, they will be playing Nebraska for the final go-around of the season. Since the Buckeyes last saw the Huskers on Oct. 1, Nebraska has dropped down to the No. 2 spot in the nation with OSU once again holding the No. 19 position. The Buckeyes won’t have much time before they take on the Iowa Hawkeyes on Saturday, also at St. John Arena. OSU head coach Geoff Carlston said his team will have to prepare for each of the teams mentally, physically, and tactically because each of the opponents are different from the other. Since the Huskers’ last meeting with the Buckeyes, the team has added two more tallies to their win column with sweeps against Indiana and Purdue. They now hold 14-1 record overall. The Huskers also hold a perfect record on the road (4-0). Carlston said if his team wants to have the same success they did during their last meeting with Nebraska, they’ll need to maintain their composure. “For us, it’s replicating, if anything, the poise that we showed,” he said. “The ‘next point, this point’ mentality that we showed – I thought that was something we really did well.” The Buckeyes are the only school in the conference to record a non-losing record (4-4) vs. Nebraska since the Huskers joined the conference in 2011.Following their battle with Nebraska, the Buckeyes will host the Hawkeyes. Iowa is currently ranked above OSU in the Big Ten standings at 4-2. They boast a 14-4 record with wins over Purdue and Indiana. Carlston said he and Iowa head coach Bond Shymansky are good friends, and Carlston knows how well Shymansky can guide his team. “They’re very different than Nebraska. Our challenge will be trying to figure out how we want to break up the next couple days in terms of preparation,” he said. Now 50 days into the 2016 season, OSU has only played on St. John’s court once (Northwestern, Sept. 28). Carlston said exactly how taxing the opening part of his season has been. “This is the longest road trip, most difficult beginning of any season I’ve had as a coach,” he said. With the opportunity to host a weekend of home play, some Buckeye team members expressed their happiness about playing in a familiar place. “We’ve only had one home game so far, so being back home will be comforting and just really awesome to be back in our own locker room and our own beds,” said freshman outside hitter Brooke Bailey. Bailey’s teammate, senior libero Valeria León, echoed her thoughts. “It feels like the Northwestern match was forever ago. We love playing here,” León said. “We love playing in front of our Buckeye fans, so that’s definitely something we’re looking forward to.” León is just 35 digs away from breaking the OSU career dig record. She has already scraped up 271 balls this season and is averaging 4.71/digs per set. It’s possible that she could secure her place in Buckeye history as soon as this weekend. She said to even be within reach of this accomplishment is a huge honor. “When you first come here, you never think you’ll even be talking about this, so it’s really cool, and I feel really blessed,” she said. León also had some veteran advice about what her team needs to do to anchor down two more wins at home this weekend. “We need to just go out there and play volleyball (and) have fun,” León said. “The Big Ten is a battle — we knew it was going to be a battle. The Buckeye battle with their Big Ten opponents will begin at 6 p.m. on Friday against the Huskers, followed by the Hawkeyes at 6 p.m. on Saturday. read more

Ten new nuclear reactors connected in 2016 brings generating capacity to highest

first_imgFor the second year in a row, ten new nuclear reactors started to generate electricity in 2016, the highest number since the 1980s, according to the 2017 edition of the IAEA’s Nuclear Power Reactors in the World. As of the last day of 2016, 448 reactors were in operation worldwide, with a net capacity of 391 GW of electricity, the highest in history. Within the same period, three reactors were permanently shut down and 61 nuclear reactors were under construction. Two reactors remain in long-term shut down.“In the past two years 20 new nuclear power reactors were connected to the grid and started producing electricity. This demonstrates the important role that nuclear power continues to play in meeting growing energy demand throughout the world,” said Mikhail Chudakov, IAEA Deputy Director General and Head of the Department of Nuclear Energy.This reference guide provides global data on new nuclear power plants as well as details on the various types of reactors in operation, Chudakov highlighted.This is the 37th edition of Reference Data Series No.2, which summarizes information on power reactors in operation, under construction and shut down as well as performance data of operational reactors in IAEA Member States. It also includes data on the types of reactors, nuclear electricity production, the categories of new reactors connected to the grid, technical terms used during the decommissioning process of reactors, and the specification and performance history data of operating reactors.The information is collected through designated national counterparts in Member States who feed to the IAEA’s Power Reactor Information System (PRIS). PRIS is home to the most current and frequently updated figures on nuclear reactors in the world, also with details on country levels.IAEA says “nuclear power can deliver a steady baseload supply of electricity needed to power a modern economy. It is generally competitive, offers a low cost, reliable long term source of electricity, and has a good operational record. NPPs produce virtually no greenhouse gas emissions or air pollutants during their operation and have only very low emissions over their entire life cycle.”last_img read more

Bundesliga Round 5 RN Lowen win on top of the table with

burgdorfessenfuechse berlingoeppingenGoppingengummersbachHamburgHannoverhannover burgdorfHSVHSV HamburgloewenlubbeckeluebbeckemindenneuhausenRhein Neckar LowenTHW KielTSV Hannover Burgdorfwetzlar Most of the games of the fifth Bundesliga round were played yesterday. In them, the Rhein-Neckar Lowen won at home against Wetzlar with 31:29, and are now leading the table with 10:0 score. Gummersbach lost at home to emerging Lubbecke side with 24:32, while in the game between the newly-promoted teams, GWD Minden beat TuSEM Essen at home with 30:26. HSV Hamburg did not let another Wetzlar-type surprise to happen, and won away at Burgdorf with 30:26, and Goppingen bounced back from last weeks defeat and beat Neuhausen with 28:24.The Bundesliga is awaiting the big German derby tonight at 17:30 in which Fuechse Berlin is playing against the reigning German Champion  THW Kiel. ← Previous Story Kiril Lazarov’s “Best 7” team-mates! Next Story → Lada Togliatti opens English-language website read more

New Ireland manager should be from the British Isles Stapleton

first_imgStapleton captaining Ireland against England at Euro ’88. Credit: INPHO/Billy SticklandThat said, Stapleton added that the association should not go down a similar route to the Trapattoni appointment by bringing in a manager from outside Ireland and the UK.I think that we should look at everybody but I do feel it has to be someone from the British Isles. Somebody who knows all these players. You need somebody who sees these players regularly.“I can’t say that we’ve got a huge pool of players that play in the Premier League to choose from. Most of them come from the Championship.“What we’ve always had regardless is the spirit. When I started playing in the 70s and when we got that bit of success in the late 80s and early 90s, we always had that spirit as a base.”Frank Stapleton  was in Ireland to promote the Setanta Sports Pack, which will broadcast five Manchester United games between 28 September and 1 December. For more information visit‘It’s just sad that Gazza is struggling so badly’ – Dion DublinMotherwell U20s pull off great dressing room headers routine FORMER IRELAND STRIKER Frank Stapleton believes it would be foolish for the FAI to put all their eggs in one basket in their hunt for a manager.The search for a new senior boss is underway with speculation rife last week that Martin O’Neill was set to be named as Giovanni Trapattoni’s successor.However, an announcement that U21 boss Noel King will take the reins for next month’s remaining two World Cup qualifiers against Germany and Kazakhstan suggests that interest in the former Sunderland and Celtic manager may have cooled somewhat.Ex-international Ray Houghton and new High Performance Director Ruud Dokter have now been handed the task of sourcing the new man. And Stapleton, who captained the Boys in Green at their first major tournament in ’88, believes that the search must be widened.Martin O’Neill is at the forefront of it certainly from people’s speculation but you have to widen your spectrum,” the 57-year-old said. “You have to open it up.“What if Martin decides that it’s not for him or he suddenly gets a job in England? You can’t be left high and dry and need alternatives.”last_img read more

Family data plans being considered by Verizon Wireless

first_imgVerizon Wireless smartphone subscribers knew it was too good to be true. As we reported in March, it is expected that Verizon Wireless will launch tiered data plans this summer. This would be a departure from the  $30 a month unlimited data plan the carrier currently offers. In comparison, AT&T offers a $25 a month tiered data plan for 2GB of data usage.The move shouldn’t be unexpected considering it was back in September of last year Verizon’s CEO, Ivan Seidenberg, alluded to moving to tiered data plans. The original thought was that the move would happen within six months, but clearly that transition was put off which many believe was to allow Verizon Wireless to have a competitive advantage against AT&T when the iPhone was launched back in February. Now it seems Verizon Wireless wants to finally make the transition before the next iPhone launch.AdChoices广告With that being said, there is a bit of light at the end of the tunnel, at least for families that may have more than one subscriber in the household. Verizon’s CFO, Fran Shammo, stated during an interview with Reuters that the carrier is looking at the creation of family data plans. The family data plans would work much like the current family plans for voice minutes which allow for a bank of minutes to be used by multiple subscribers in one household. That would be a much better deal than the current $30 a month per smartphone which I would add is a requirement by the carrier for certain smartphones.Even with the new option of family plans, there will still be some who aren’t too pleased with the notion that their data usage is becoming limited. In reality though, the majority of subscribers would barely touch their 2GB monthly allotment. Really, the subscribers who will feel the pain are those who consistently have high monthly data usage rates. They are exactly the folks Verizon is looking to limit or have pay more for their usage.Read more at Reuterslast_img read more

House fire in Vancouver displaces family of eight

first_imgA chimney fire at a house in Vancouver’s Sunnyside neighborhood Tuesday night displaced a family of eight.Firefighters were called to the house, 9908 N.E. 107th St., for a fire that started in the chimney pipe, Deputy Clark County Fire Marshal Dan Young said.The residents sprayed water on the flames and called 911 at about 7:45 p.m., Young said. Crews arrived and tore into the wall and the attic, where the fire had spread. The damage to the house was estimated at about $40,000, Young said. Two adults and six children were displaced by the fire, Young said, and volunteers with the American Red Cross responded to assist them.Young said that with the weather turning colder, it is a good idea to have chimneys inspected and cleaned.last_img read more

Rashford is a fantastic talent – Southgate

first_imgGareth Southgate has praised ‘fantastic’ Marcus Rashford after the forward scored in his second game in a row as England beat Switzerland 1-0 on Tuesday.Rashford scored the only goal of the game in the 54th minute when he found some space inside the box and connected with a beautiful cross and sent a low drive into the bottom left corner.“We were very keen that he had the opportunity, we were determined to give him some match minutes,” said Southgate, after the match.Cristiano Ronaldo, Nemanja Vidic, Manchester UnitedVidic: “Ronaldo is the most professional footballer I’ve seen” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Nemanja Vidic opened up on how a 21-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo’s professionalism left him stunned at Manchester United.“He’s a big part of our future. We think he’s a fantastic talent with a great mentality. We’ve really talked to him a lot about being in the penalty box more, higher up the pitch — and both of his goals have come in those areas.“We know he can score spectacular goals from long range, but you’ll be limited in numbers if that’s where your goals are coming from.“His work for the team was fantastic and he’ll feel very confident going into the games coming up. He misses the next few, which is why he started again. A real breakthrough for him.”last_img read more

American Soybean Association Board Announces New Officers

first_imgThe Board of Directors for the American Soybean Association announces the confirmation of Mark Berg from Tripp, South Dakota, as the Association’s new Chairman, and, Mike Yost from Murdock, Minnesota, as the Association’s new President. The Board also elected, Marc Curtis, from Leland, Mississippi, as First Vice President, Dwain Ford, from Kinmundy, Illinois, as Secretary, and Tony Anderson, Mt. Sterling, Ohio, as Treasurer. The Board also elected four Vice Presidents, who are Roy Bardole from Rippey, Iowa, Kim Larson from Willmar, Minnesota, Richard Jameson, Brownsville, Tennessee, and Roger Hadley from Woodburn, Indiana. These nine officers form the Executive Committee for the Association. The election was held on Saturday, July 25, during the Association’s scheduled meeting of its Board of Directors.The new ASA President Mike Yost said, “ASA’s objectives for the coming year are to expand markets both internationally and domestically for soybeans to boast soybean profitability. And at the same time, work to enact policy that will lower the cost of production for U.S. soybean farmers.” Yost has been a member of the ASA since 1979. He has served as Chairman of the ASA Public Affairs Committee (1997/98). Yost served as a Board member of the Minnesota State Soybean Association and as State President in 1992. Yost farms soybeans, corn and wheat with his family, Murdock, Minnesota.Marc Curtis, who will become President of the Association next year, said, “I would like to see ASA become a more active, more aggressive association, and more responsive to the membership and their concerns. I am very enthusiastic about ASA right now. I think we have things going in the right direction. We have the momentum and I’m looking for big things from ASA.” Curtis most recently served the ASA as Vice President, and he gained experience through his service at the state level. A member of ASA since 1975, Curtis served as President of the Mississippi Soybean Growers Association in 1995 and 1996, and prior to that, he served as Membership Chairman and Vice President. Curtis operates a soybean, cotton and rice farm, near Leland, Mississippi.New members on the ASA Board are Bart Waller (GA), David Hand (OH), Craig Kesler (SC), Rick Ostlie (ND), Corwin Fee (IA), Jim Biddle (IL), Lorraine Birschbach (WI), Bart Ruth (NE), Bill Wiley (KS), Carl Weets (TX), Pete Crawford (MI), and Jonathan Quinn (Mid-Atl).Marc Curtis will chair the ASA Public Affairs Committee with Roy Bardole (IA), Doug Hartz (AR), Bart Ruth (NE), Bill Wiley (KS), Mark Berg (SD), Darryl Brinkmann (IL), Bart Waller (GA), Doug Lindgren (IA), Greg Leonard (OK), David Hand (OH), John Blaska (WI) and Ron Gibson (MO) serving as committee members.Kim Larson (MN) will chair the ASA Trade Policy and International Affairs Committee with Richard Andrews (VA), Scott Fritz (IN), Gary Langel (IA), Jim Long (KY), Ward Shaw (NC), Gary Hellerich (NE), Craig Kesler (SC), Fletcher Clark (MS), John Andrews (ONT), Dwain Ford (IL), Rick Ostlie (ND) and Corwin Fee (IA) serving on the committee.Roger Hadley (IN) will chair the ASA Membership Services & Corporate Relations Committee with Richard Jameson (TN), Lavance Herring (LA), Don Louwagie (MN), Merlyn Smeenk (SD), Glen Jannsen (IA), John McClendon (AR), Dennis Friest (IA), Jim Biddle (IL), Lorraine Birschbach (WI), Carl Weets (TX) and Pete Crawford (MI) serving as committee members.Tony Anderson will chair the ASA Finance and Administrative Services Committee with committee members Ron Heck (IA), Herb Smith (MI), Robert Sublett (AL), Larry Strobel (MO), Jonathan Quinn (Mid-Atl).ASA is a national, not-for-profit, grassroots membership organization with more than 31,737 members. The Association develops and implements policies to increase the profitability of its members and the entire soybean industry. ASA has affiliate offices in 26 states, and overseas marketing offices in 15 countries.Soybeans accounted for 24% of all U.S. crop acres planted in 1997, and represented a farm gate value of more than $17.6 billion. The United States produced 47 percent of the world’s soybean production in 1997. The value of U.S. soybean and soy product exports in 1997 exceeded $9.9 billion, making them the #1 U.S. agricultural export.last_img read more

ASA Frustrated with Administration Delays on Soy Food Assistance Program

first_imgGrowers Urged to Contact Representatives and SenatorsThe American Soybean Association (ASA) is asking soybean producers to lobby their Representatives and Senators to urge immediate action from the White House and the Federal Office of Management and Budget (OMB) that is delaying implementation of a soy food assistance program that will help the most needy countries in the world with much needed food aid while helping to improve prices paid to farmers for their soybeans.”Although U.S. farmers harvested a bountiful soybean crop at near record production levels this year, millions of people around the world will go hungry because the soy food aid program is tied up in Washington bureaucracy,” said ASA First Vice President Tony Anderson, a soybean producer from Mount Sterling, Ohio. “As we approach the holiday season, it’s most unfortunate that OMB is delaying a program that USDA has recommended.”ASA leaders met with U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Dan Glickman in Washington, D.C., on March 16, to present an innovative proposal utilizing Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC) funds for a food assistance program that could help alleviate a disastrous decline in prices and soybean producer income. Since that time, the ASA has continued to develop the program by identifying opportunities to make the plan workable for USDA. ASA believes that Secretary Glickman has discretionary authority to utilize CCC funds for the program and views OMB’s delay as unnecessary.Soybean farmers are not the only group frustrated by the process of interagency budgeting. Humanitarian assistance groups are also calling for rapid OMB approval of the soy program. These private voluntary organizations (PVOs) have developed proposals on how they could effectively use U.S. soybeans and soy products in their feeding programs in developing countries.Executive Director of the Coalition for Food Aid Ellen Levinson said, “The way that the private voluntary organizations look at this initiative is a very positive way to marry the expertise of the American Soybean Association and its affiliates with the capabilities that PVOs have in a hundred-plus countries around the world that are food-deficit.”The PVOs represented by the Coalition for Food Aid include some religious groups, such as Catholic Relief Services, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency, and World Vision, and other charitable and developmental organizations, such as C.A.R.E., Save the Children, and Afri-Care.ASA developed the initiative in cooperation with the National Oilseed Processors Association (NOPA) to identify markets where the various products could be used without displacing U.S. commercial sales. Details of the proposed food aid allocations are available for viewing in the Farm Income & Market Demand Initiatives area of ASA’s web site at and NOPA believe the domestic and international benefits of this assistance will:Provide the United States with a unique opportunity to assist the most needy countries in the world with much needed food aid.Maintain and reconstruct markets for soybeans and soy products that were either diminished or lost as a result of the recent global financial crisis.Help develop new long-term markets for soybeans and soy products, including newly developed soy protein isolates and concentrates.Ensure political and economic stability for many of the recipient countries.Support U.S. employment and economic activity through the processing, handling, and transportation of the soy products included in the package.Support consumption of soybeans, soybean meal, and soy oil in order to assist farmers.”The time has come for producers to speak out in support of this initiative,” Anderson said. “Farmers need to pick up the phone and call their elected officials and ask them to persuade OMB to place a high priority on getting the budget for the soy food aid approved so that USDA can implement the program.”Farmers can contact the local offices of their Representatives and Senators or contact their Washington offices by calling the Capitol Operator at (202) 224-3121. Producers can also contact their elected officials through electronic messaging. More information is available at and read more

Mayor Ivy blames MP Shamim Osman for attack on her

first_imgNarayanganj city mayor Selina Hayat Ivy comes under attack in Chashara area on Tuesday afternoon. Photo: Mahbubul AlamNarayanganj city mayor Selina Hayat Ivy came under an attack in the city on Tuesday afternoon that left 10 people including herself injured.Ivy and her supporters blamed for the attack the followers of local member of parliament from Awami League Shamim Osman, who had long enmity with her.Local people said the incident took place over eviction of hawkers from the footpath in Chashara area of Narayanganj, a river port city with long tradition of business.According to police and witnesses, Ivy, accompanied by her followers, was walking towards Chashara. They were chanting slogan ‘We want footpath free from hawkers’.Ten people including journalists suffer injuries after they are hit by brick chips at Chashara of Narayanganj on Tuesday afternoon. Photo Mahbubul AlamAll of a sudden, brick chips were thrown on the supporters of Ivy from Shamim Plaza. Some attackers fired blank shots. In the brawl that caused pandemonium, Ivy fell on the street and she was hit by brick chips on her leg.Ivy supporters alleged that the police personnel present on the spot did not take any step.Asked by journalists about their silence, the police said there was no order to intervene into the situation. The police later at around 5:30pm, threw tear gas shells to disperse the conflicting groups.”We tried to stop both the groups and ensure security of the people and their properties,” police super Moinul Hoque told Prothom Alo.A supporter of Ivy receives treatment at the hospital on Tuesday. Photo: Mahbubul AlamAt a press conference held at Narayanganj Press Club in the evening, Ivy alleged, “Shamim Osman sitting at Rifles Club ordered his supporters to carry out the attack on me. His followers started throwing brick chips after receiving the order. Ten people including journalists were injured.”Selina Hayat Ivy, who is the only woman city mayor in the country, demanded resignation of the deputy commissioner and the superintendent of police in Narayanganj.last_img read more

Federal Credit Union Building Dedicated to Longtime Board Member

first_imgClarence J. Pringle.The Transit Employees Federal Credit Union (TEFCU) renamed its 2000 Bladensburg Road Northeast location the “Clarence J. Pringle Branch” in his honor. Pringle retired after 42 years of service as chairman of the TEFCU Board of Directors.Patricia Hawkins, Pringle’s niece, thinks her uncle deserves this honor and is incredibly proud. “Being honored in this way while still living, validates the life I have observed my uncle living from day-to-day and can in no way be taken for granted, because his life’s impact has been so profound,” Hawkins said.When Pringle found out the building would be renamed for him, he did not like the idea at all. “I voted against it,” Pringle said. “I was elected to do a job and I was just doing what it was that I was elected to do. I never thought I did anything that was extraordinary.”The unveiling ceremony took place on June 14, and Pringle retired shortly after on June 19. “Our Credit Union’s story can be told about a man – not an ordinary man,” said Rita Smith, CEO of the TEFCU during her June 14 speech, “a man, who evoked a movement, rallied the troops, inspired us to think big, and challenged us to do great things.”Born in 1929, Clarence J. Pringle, 85, grew up in a small town outside of Sumter, S.C. In 1953, he joined the U.S. Army and left after 21 months. That was the first and the last time he ever quit anything.Economically, times were hard in the South so he decided to move to Washington, D.C. He began his career in D.C. as a helper at District Grocery Stories, a chain of grocery stores that at its peak had 300 stores in the D.C. Metro area, according to the Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington. He then worked his way up to becoming a truck driver then was promoted to a clerk position.Charles Pringle’s namesake TEFCU building. Photo courtesy of Patricia HawkinsIn 1963, he began working for D.C. Transit, now known as Metro. He retired in 1993 after working as a bus driver for 20 years and a station manager for 10 years.Pringle was asked to serve in a volunteer position on the TEFCU Board of Directors in 1972 and served as the chairman for the first year, then again from 1974-2014. “When I started, we had three employees with about $3 million,” Pringle said. “Now there are two branches, about 35 employees and $98 million . . . during my time on the board, I think I may have missed one or two meetings, I traveled to conferences and meetings both nationally and globally.”Pringle, now twice retired, is not staying still though. He said he plans to remain active as an emeritus board member, which only means that he just will not have any voting rights. He also plans to do work on financial goals, policies and procedures with his church, Carolina Missionary Baptist Church on Allentown Road in Ft. Washington, Md, where he has been a member since he moved to D.C.Despite all of his achievements, Pringle said he would never complete everything he wants to do in his lifetime. “Life ends and your talents and gifts end when you die,” he said. “As I continue to live, I may discover some other things I need to do. For now, I just want to inspire people, if I could, and live a life of integrity and allow it to be an example to other people.”last_img read more

Mozilla Firefox Quantum twice as fast as Firefox six months ago

first_imgMozilla: Firefox Quantum twice as fast as Firefox six months ago by Martin Brinkmann on September 26, 2017 in Firefox – Last Update: May 22, 2018 – 56 commentsFirefox 57 is twice as fast as Firefox versions that were released six months ago according to Mozilla, the organization behind the web browser.Mozilla decided to give Firefox 57 a special name, Firefox Quantum, to highlight the speed gains of that version. The organization plans to release Firefox 57 on November 14th, 2017 to the Firefox release channel.Mozilla used the web benchmark Speedometer 2.0 to benchmark Firefox 52, a version of Firefox released in March 2017, with Firefox 57 — Firefox Quantum — which is available in the Beta and Developer channel currently.Speedometer 2.0 is still in development, but the results highlight that a lot of things have improved in Firefox 57 compared to versions of the browser released half a year ago.Note: I ran the benchmark in Firefox 56 and 57. The Firefox 56 run returned a rating of “infinite” after the run, the Firefox 57 run a result that was about 20 points less than the result of Google Chrome (95 to 75).A new blog post on the official Mozilla blog reveals how Mozilla managed to make Firefox Quantum faster.  One of the core changes is the effective utilization of multi-core CPUs, for instance when it comes to laying out pages.This improved utilization of your computer’s hardware makes Firefox Quantum dramatically faster. One example: we’ve developed a breakthrough approach to laying out pages: a super fast CSS engine written in Rust, a systems programming language that Mozilla pioneered. Firefox’s new CSS engine runs quickly, in parallel across multiple CPU cores, instead of running in one slower sequence on a single core. No other browser can do this.Firefox includes other improvements, prioritization of foreground tabs and a multi-process architecture. Mozilla ran an initiative in the past couple of months to identify things that slow down the browser, and to find ways to eliminate these slowdowns altogether, or to speed things up at the very least.468 of these issues were identified by Firefox engineers according to Mozilla in that time and corrected.While speed gains are important when you compare one browser version to another, it is also important how Firefox Quantum stacks up against its main competitor Chrome.Mozilla tested the web load performance of several important web properties, Google Search, Yelp, YouTube, Yahoo Search and others, and published a video of its findings.Firefox does not beat Chrome in all of the load tests, but there is no instance where the browser is lagging behind severely. Interestingly enough, Firefox manages to load some Google-owned pages, Google’s own login page for instance, faster than Google Chrome does.Check out the video below to see a side by side comparison of load times. The usual reservations when it comes to benchmarks created by organizations or companies that showcase their products apply.Interested users may download Firefox Beta, Developer or Nightly to experience the speed gains first hand.Additional information is available on the Mozilla Hacks blog.Closing WordsI did not measure Firefox’s performance, but it seems to have improved a lot in Firefox 57 when compared to previous versions of the browser. That’s a good thing and something that Firefox really needs to keep up with Google Chrome.Now You: Have you tried Firefox 57 builds yet? What’s your impression of the speed of the browser?SummaryArticle NameMozilla: Firefox Quantum twice as fast as Firefox six months agoDescriptionFirefox 57 is twice as fast as Firefox versions that were released six months ago according to Mozilla, the organization behind the web browser.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more

The undoing of Gary Webb and todays news organizations

first_imgScreengrab from interview by School of Authentic Journalism in Merida, Mexico, 2002.See also: Reviving the messenger: Gary Webb’s tale on filmI haven’t seen “Kill the Messenger,” the movie about the rise and fall of the crusading San José Mercury News reporter Gary Webb, but I did know Gary Webb.Webb, who tried to link the CIA-backed Nicaraguan Contra rebels to the crack cocaine epidemic that swept the United States, contacted me when I was working at The Tico Times in the mid-1990s to help him with some legwork in Costa Rica ahead of his visit to further investigate the series that had made him famous overnight. The follow-up on which he was working was never published in the Mercury News after his editors withdrew their support for his story, under the weight of criticism by The New York Times, The Washington Post and The Los Angeles Times.After he was demoted, Webb quit the Mercury News, and, unable to find work at another major newspaper, killed himself.When Gary Webb came to Costa Rica to follow up on his Dark Alliance series – this was before his work was “discredited” by the big three newspapers – I met with him to tell him about Contra drug stories that I had reported for The Tico Times.My impression of Webb was that, in addition to being a novice to tumultuous Central American politics, he was dead set on his thesis that the Contras originated the crack cocaine epidemic in the United States. He was absolutely certain that the Contras were the source of the cocaine for Freeway Ricky Ross who, Webb was equally as certain, originated the crack epidemic.“It had to start somewhere,” Webb insisted adamantly.Reading the series, the evidence for this is thin, which is what opened Gary to the withering attacks he endured by The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times and The Washington Post.But recent revelations by former DEA agents might paint a different picture. Last year, former DEA agents Héctor Berrellez and Phil Jordan said that people tied to the Contras imported tons of cocaine into U.S. military bases in the 1980s, among them El Toro Marine Airbase in southern California and Homestead Airbase in Florida. Berrellez said he’s convinced the drugs coming into El Toro found their way to the streets of Los Angeles through the Contra pipeline.“Gary Webb was right,” said Berrellez.The former DEA officials have come forward now because they are convinced that the CIA was complicit in the 1985 murder in Mexico of DEA agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena, based on the testimony of three witnesses currently in the federal witness protection program who place a Cuban-American CIA operative at the interrogation and torture of Camarena.The CIA “sacrificed” Camarena because he had come across the Contra/drug connection, according to the former agents. The CIA has called the charges “ridiculous” and the Cuban-American operative has threatened Berrellez with a libel suit. A DEA spokeswoman would only say that the agency is satisfied that all the authors of Camarena’s murder have been indicted.The charges were aired last year by the Mexican weekly magazine Proceso, the El Paso Times, the Huffington Post and Fox News after the man convicted in Mexico of Camarena’s murder, drug lord Rafael Caro Quintero, was released from a Mexican prison.The drug flights to military bases were something that was the subject of gossip and speculation during the 1980s. But now Robert “Tosh” Plumlee, a pilot who says he worked for the company SETCO – identified in a 1998 CIA Inspector General’s report prompted by Webb’s reporting as a drug trafficking company and the principle company that transported arms and supplies to the Contras – has come forward to confirm that he and other SETCO pilots flew about 40 tons of cocaine into both El Toro and Homestead, among other U.S. military air bases.In addition, former DEA agent Celestino Castillo confirmed that Contra drug flights left El Salvador’s Ilopango Airbase and were flown to Homestead Airbase in Florida, information he got from a source in the Ilopango control tower.Plumlee said he was able to fly into U.S. military airbases because he had codes to transponders that enabled him to land without interference from the military, which were given to him by SETCO along with his flight plans.But Plumlee has made other claims in the past about being privy to famous events that, to some, question his reliability as a source.The colorful pilot claims to have transported a CIA team from Tampa, Florida, to Dallas, Texas, on Nov. 22, 1963 to thwart the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy. He also claims inside information about the delivery of U.S. arms to terrorists who carried out the 2012 attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya.But both Berrellez and Jordan said that Plumlee’s version checks out with what they know and vouch for his credibility. Also, Bill Holden, a one-time legislative aide on national security for former U.S. Senator Gary Hart, who met with Plumlee in 1986, said he has no reason to question the pilot’s veracity. Plumlee has testified before various U.S. Senate committees.But even if Plumlee is the conspiracy theorists’ dream-come-true as some believe, his claims involving the trafficking of drugs for the Contras to U.S. military installations could easily be corroborated by other Contra pilots, former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega’s pilot Floyd Carlton Casares and the Costa Rican pilot Warner Lotz, to name two.Both pilots served time in prison. I don’t know of Carlton Casares’ whereabouts. I recently asked a source in Costa Rica about Lotz and was told he was “keeping a low profile.”The problem is that very little interest exists on the part of news organizations now to follow up the military base angle or anything else that involves Contra/drugs, for that matter. The undoing of Gary Webb saw to that.This story was edited after its original posting to add the 18th paragraph referring to Robert “Tosh” Plumlee’s credibility. Facebook Comments Related posts:Reviving the messenger: Gary Webb’s tale on film Beachcombing along the Caribbean drug trail in Nicaragua After 23 years in prison, top assassin for Pablo Escobar is a ‘reformed’ man Mexico wants to question Sean Penn over meeting with ‘El Chapo’ Guzmánlast_img read more

Bus companies to hold protest on San Josés west side

first_img Facebook Comments Related posts:Government condemns graffiti on church walls in Costa Rica Costa Rican students, journalist denounce police aggression after protest Costa Rican government seeks agreement with unions to end strike PHOTOS: Workers march against tax reform in Costa Rica Costa Rica’s regulatory agency will not block Ubercenter_img Representatives of bus companies and chambers, including the Public Transportation for Everyone Movement, plan to protest today starting at 9:30 am in the areas surrounding La Sabana and west on Route 27 to Guachipelín de Escazú.According to a joint statement from several bus chambers, the protest will end at the Public  Services Regulatory Authority (ARESEP) offices, where they will present a number of petitions and complaints related to the current bus fare struture.“We are convinced that ARESEP needs to understand and improve this situation… a fare structure with this many structures will lead to more problems for the user,” movement spokesman Carlos López said.One group of protesters will head from Sabana Park to the ARESEP headquarters in Escazú, a second will stay outside that building, and a third will move around the surrounding roadways until a resolution is reached, the statement said.last_img read more

TEMPE Ariz — Cardinals quarterback Blaine Gabber

first_img TEMPE, Ariz. — Cardinals quarterback Blaine Gabbert is coming off two solid outings in his first starts for Arizona and he has his third Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams.Here, in this space, with help from the Cardinals’ media relations staff, we’ll highlight many of the key topics and personnel conversations he has with reporters following practice.On his performance against Jacksonville:“It was a good team we played. I think that defense lived up to their billing so far this year. They’re a stingy defense that didn’t let us get in the red zone. But, I will say that we capitalized on our opportunities. Looking back at that game, our defense did a tremendous job of shutting down their run game. “I’d say back and forth, but I’m pretty proud. I don’t really grow much facial hair, but this is like a month strong growing the ‘stache.”On whether he’s received a nickname because of his mustache:“No, not yet. It’s pretty gross though.” Top Stories (AP Photo/Eric Christian Smith, File) On how playing on scout team with Ricky Seals-Jones helped develop chemistry:“I think just the reps throughout the season when we were on scout team, going back to, really, training camp, getting reps with him, both trying to learn the system. Then being on scout team the first eight, nine weeks of the season, just doing our best to emulate our offense, use our verbiage when we were doing that. He’s always been a great football player. Just seeing him translate the last two weeks in big-time games, it has been a lot of fun to watch.”On Seals-Jones being a matchup nightmare for opposing defenses:“Yeah, he’s a great football player. He’s big; he’s athletic; he catches the ball, sticks his foot in the ground and creates separation. It’s what you want in a tight end, because most linebackers and safeties in the league don’t want to cover a guy like that.”On if he knew early on that Seals-Jones was going to be a special player:“Yeah, we had a pretty good idea that he was pretty special right when he got here, like I said, just the way he’s worked and prepared, learning our system. He was a college wide receiver, and then not only learning an NFL system, but learning a totally new position, as well. It’s just a testament to him and the coaching staff, how hard they’ve worked to pick up and get rolling on that new spot.” On if other teams were interested in him when the Cardinals signed him:“That was a long time ago. Yeah, there were some other calls, but I knew the best spot for me right when I came out here. That’s it.”On how much upside he thinks he has left:“I just try and get better each and every week. Being so new into this system, new to this team, it’s still a learning process. Early on in the week, there are new plays that we put in that I haven’t seen before. So, I’m just trying to learn on the run and do the extra work early on in the week on Mondays and Tuesdays, so when we get out here on a Wednesday, you’re not thinking.”You’re reacting to the different looks that the scout teams are giving us and just going from there. Upside is one thing, but it’s up to the player to realize that. I’m just trying to work hard to get there.”On why he felt like Arizona was the best spot for him:“Just the feel that I got when I came here. Really, coming to a spot where I knew Drew (Stanton). I knew Carson (Palmer). I knew what those guys were about. Then, seeing B.A. (Bruce Arians) and what he’s been able to do. Having Byron (Leftwich) as a quarterbacks coach, coach (Tom) Moore and the plethora of offensive talent. It was a spot where I just wanted to be. “(Leonard) Fournette had been going for a hundred-plus (yards) each and every game. They did a great job giving us great field position, and the opportunities we did have, we capitalized on. We had some big plays. I got to protect the football there at the end of the game. We all know that, but all in all, it was a great effort versus a good defense.”On the Rams stingy defense:“Like you said, they have a great defense. Everybody’s talented in the NFL. It’s a week-to-week thing. Everybody’s got great players. They have a great front seven. Their secondary is playing hard. They’re forcing turnovers, they’re playing fast. We’re going to have our hands full, but at the end of the day, we’re going to focus on what we can control: going out there and execute each and every play, not getting ahead of ourselves and just playing good football.”On the last few weeks and how things have changed for him since the Cardinals last played the Rams in London:“I would say the way things have changed, that’s just par for the course in the NFL. You never know what’s going to happen, and the unexpected happens all the time. Like I said last week, when these opportunities do arise, you just have to make the most of them, and just preparing the same way each and every week throughout a season will help anybody having to come into a situation where they’re expected to play and play at a high level and win games.” “I wanted to be in this kind of a system where it’s so quarterback-driven, conventional-style system I thought fit me. More than that, it was the way we run this organization, from the top down – from Mr. Bidwill to Steve Keim to B.A. to the coaching staff. It was really just a tremendous visit, and that’s it. I came here. I’m here now.”On the conversations he has with Coach Arians regarding scripted plays or plays he likes to use on game day:“I’m not going to delve in too much of what we talk about or what schemes we go against. He values the quarterback’s input, and that’s huge. Having the head coach and the play-caller trust the quarterback – what he likes on certain downs and distances, first and second down, third down, in the red zone – because, really, when you look at film on a Monday, you look at your third down conversion rate and your percentage of scoring in the red zone.“You get field goals or touchdowns and how long you stay on the field on third down. Just him trusting our input in those situations is huge, and we go back and forth. We all like certain plays, but the conversations are great.”On if reaction to his mustache has been positive over the last month:center_img 0 Comments   Share   Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Just having that routine set in stone, preparing like you’re the starter week-in and week-out, just helps ease that transition.”On if he can look back at the last time he played the Rams in 2016 to prepare for this week’s game:“Yeah, that was a long time ago. That’s a long time ago. The team has changed. That was Week 1 of last year. So, there have been a lot of games between now and then. You never really go back that far and look at things, especially at two polar opposites of systems. That’s a tough comparison.”On if anything about Chandler Jones jumped out at him when he was the 49ers quarterback:“He’s phenomenal. He was always a guy we watched on tape and were like, ‘Wow.’ He’s a special player, and just the things that he can do with his hands and swiveling his hips and making plays rushing the quarterback. But, what really stands out is how stout he is against the run and what he can do to pull in guards.”Being at the point of attack in the run game, he makes people look foolish. He did that on Sunday. I can’t remember how many tackles for loss he had, but I feel like every time I looked up, it was Chandler Jones TFL. He’s a great player, and he’s a great person. He works hard day-in and day-out, and he’s a great teammate.” Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

New EBRD head for Cyprus and Greece

first_imgThe European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has appointed Andreea Moraru to lead its operations in Greece and Cyprus.She will take up her new post in November following the retirement of the current holder of the role, Sabina Dziurman, after more than 15 years with the bank.Moraru, who will be based in Athens, said: “I am really looking forward to taking on this new role and working with the EBRD’s great team on the ground. Working to support the private sector in Greece and Cyprus, improve competitiveness and strengthen the regional integration of the local economies with investments and policy engagement will be an exciting opportunity.”The EBRD has been working in Greece since 2015 and in Cyprus since 2014 to support their economic recovery, and has invested over €3 billion in the two countries so far.Moraru is a Romanian national and is currently a Senior Banker within the EBRD’s Financial Institutions team.  She joined the Bank in 2001 and since then she has been instrumental in leading and structuring of a wide range of debt and equity projects, as well as developing leasing, covered bonds and NPL business in the EBRD’s countries of operation, the bank said.Prior to joining the EBRD, Moraru led the Capital Market Department within the ministry of finance of Romania.You May LikeCalifornia Earthquake AuthorityWe protect our home with earthquake insuranceCalifornia Earthquake AuthorityUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndo Three arrested in connection with hotel theftsUndoOur View: Argaka mukhtar should not act as if he owns the beachUndoRape suspects look set to go through police line-upUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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