After more than nine years of leadership, Pandora CEO, President and Chairman Joe Kennedy has resigned, making the announcement during Pandora’s quarterly earnings call on Thursday. The company’s board of directors has formed a search committee to find a suitable successor, and Kennedy will stay in his current role until the replacement is brought in.Kennedy and Pandora wished to wind down their relationship on a positive note, citing milestones like 67 million monthly active listeners and 70% market share. But most telling were the company’s revenue and income figures. In fiscal 2013, Pandora totaled $427.1 million in revenue and $255.9 million in mobile revenue, with $125.1 million in revenue for the quarter that ended on January 31.While those numbers beat Wall Street expectations and represent record revenue for the company, it still wasn’t enough to push Pandora into profitability – and Wall Street doesn’t like it when a post-IPO company is growing but still loses money. That likely translated into Kennedy’s decision to step down.On that $125 million in Q4 revenue, Pandora took a quarterly loss of $14.6 million (9 cents per share), which exceeds its year-ago quarterly loss of $8.5 million (5 cents per share) on revenue of $81 million. Given the long string of losses, Pandora has been aggressively seeking ways to wring more cash from its subscribers, including limits on free listening and a fierce lobbying effort against royalty fees.(See also Pandora Remixes Its Free Listening Limits.) The Oakland, Calif.-based music recommendation service has had an up-and-down ride on the market since its IPO in the summer of 2011. Initially, Pandora opened at $16 per share and jumped into the $20s, but has since hovered just into the double-digit mark as the company scrambles to find ways to turn a profit.(See also Could Music Licensing Costs Kill Pandora? Ask Lastfm.)Despite the tumultuous relationship with investors, Wall Street seems to be responding well to Kennedy’s decision: Pandora shares jumped almost 20%, to $13.96, in after-hours trading. 4 Keys to a Kid-Safe App 5 Outdoor Activities for Beating Office Burnout Tags:#internet radio#Pandora#streaming music Related Posts nick statt 9 Books That Make Perfect Gifts for Industry Ex… 12 Unique Gifts for the Hard-to-Shop-for People…
Incessant rains due and the subsequent deluge claimed five lives in Kolkata and adjoining districts on Tuesday. While two persons died when parts of an old dilapidated two storied building collapsed in the Taltala area in central Kolkata three others died in the districts of south Bengal.According to Kolkata Police at around 12.25 pm the old building collapsed. Three fire engines along with personnel of disaster management group were pressed into rescue operation, which went for several hours.“At around 4.25 pm the bodies of two persons-Himadri Pahar (38) and Hansa Shaw (20) were extricated from the debris and sent to Calcutta Medical College and Hospital for legal procedure,” a statement by Kolkata police said.Meanwhile, the situation remained grim in Birbhum, Purulia, Bankura, and Hooghly district of south Bengal. While two persons died in Purulia when a wall collapsed on them, one person died in Birbhum when he was washed away during the day.In Purulia two persons-Sikandar Mirza (30) and Siaz Khan (12)- died and five got injured in the Nanduara village in the district’s Raghunathpur sub-division when an earthen boundary wall of a house collapsed on them, District Magistrate of Purulia Alokesh Prasad Roy told The Hindu.He also said that so far waterlogging has not turned out to be severe in the district with only some areas of Jhalda I and Barabazr block witnessing some waterlogging.In Birbhum one person has died due to drowning in the afternoon in the Hatiea village of Labhpur block. While locals said that the situation in Labhpur has become “grim” with about 17 villages facing heavy waterlogging, the District Magistrate P.Mohangandhi claimed otherwise. “Labhpur being a low lying area, there is waterlogging in some areas. But so far it is not a cause of concern,” said Mr.Gandhi.As for Hooghly a senior district police official said that was a breach in an embankment on the Rupnarayan river at the Dhannobadi village under the Khanakul Assembly seat. “As a result nearly 16 villages in the area are facing severe waterlogging. The district administration is keeping an eye on the situation,” he said. One person Shyamal Sengupta (38) got washed away on Monday. However, Superintendent of Police Sukesh Jain said that “Mr.Sengupta’s body has not been found yet.” Areas such as Khanakul, Goghal, Arambagh in the district are facing severe waterlogging.In Bankura 1,000 people had to be to be shifted to relief camps due to severe waterlogging. “ There is severe waterlogging in Bankura II, Joypur, Kotalpur, Patrasayer, Mejhia and Onda blocks. We have set up six relief camps,” District Magistrate of Bankura Moumita Godara said.Meanwhile State’s Irrigation Minister Rajib Banerjee accused the Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) for releasing waters from dams “without consulting” the State government. “The situation has become a cause of concern for us. Despite our repeated letters the DV is releasing water without consulting us,” he said. According to the Indian Meteorological Department, Bengal is likely to receive heavy rain at isolated places on Wednesday.
A BJP councillor was arrested for allegedly thrashing a police sub-inspector in the Kankar Khera area of Meerut in Uttar Pradesh, the police said on Saturday.The incident occurred on Friday evening when Mohiuddinpur police outpost in-charge Sukhpal Singh and his female friend, an advocate, visited a restaurant owned by councillor Manish Chaudhary.Circle Officer at Daurala Pankaj Kumar Singh said the trigger for the incident was the woman expressing displeasure over not getting their order on time. She allegedly threw away the food when it was finally served. Mr. Chaudhary protested against her action, which led to an altercation among the three. Mr. Chaudhary allegedly thrashed Mr. Singh and pushed the woman advocate, the Circle Officer said.The woman alleged that she was harassed and beaten up by the BJP councillor, following which he was booked under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code, the police said.Ruckus outside stationIn another complaint, the sub-inspector alleged that Mr. Chaudhary attacked him while he was on duty. Superintendent of Police (city) Ranvijay Singh said that after the arrest, Mr. Chaudhary’s supporters tried to free him and gherao the van carrying him. They created a ruckus outside the police station and raised slogans, hindering traffic, Mr. Singh said.A medical test on the sub-inspector and his friend showed alcohol in their blood.
Transfers ‘Am I ready for another crazy challenge? I’m not sure’ – Wenger drops retirement hint Robin Bairner 21:24 6/3/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Getty Images Transfers Arsène Wenger Arsenal The veteran coach has previously expressed his desire to feed his footballing addiction, but has now suggested that he will not necessarily go on Former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has admitted that he does not know what the future holds for him.The Frenchman stepped down from his role as Gunners boss at the end of the previous season after nearly 22 years in charge. While he has previously said that he is interested in a return to management, he has suggested for the first time that he may be willing to quit the game if he does not feel that he can give any future job the commitment he feels is necessary. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Goalkeeper crisis! Walker to the rescue but City sweating on Ederson injury ahead of Liverpool clash Out of his depth! Emery on borrowed time after another abysmal Arsenal display Diving, tactical fouls & the emerging war of words between Guardiola & Klopp Sorry, Cristiano! Pjanic is Juventus’ most important player right now “Do I still have the desire to be a coach? It’s the question I’m going to have to answer in the next two weeks,” he told TF1’s ‘Telefoot’ programme.“Do I still have the desire to be a coach? Yes. Do I have the desire to throw myself into another crazy challenge? I don’t know. It’s a job that requires total commitment. “I must give myself a little distance, which is something I’ve never done. I’ll have to see how much I miss it.”Wenger first moved into management in 1984 with Nancy, where he stayed three years before moving on to Monaco. A successful spell at Stade Louis II last seven seasons before he left the club. After a brief sojourn from the game, he made a surprise move to Japan with Nagoya Grampus Eight.He joined Arsenal in 1996 and would be at the club for over two decades. He led the Gunners to numerous trophies, including three Premier League titles and seven FA Cups. Moreover, he also guided them to the Champions League final of 2005-06.Since departing Arsenal, he has been associated with a potential switch to Real Madrid, where countryman Zinedine Zidane recently stepped down after winning three successive Champions League trophies, while he has also been touted as a potential replacement for Didier Deschamps at the head of the France national team should they flop at World Cup 2018.There have also been links to Paris Saint-Germain, where he could go as a sporting director to work with head coach Thomas Tuchel.
zoom Piedroba Consulting Group, a Miami, Florida based marine infrastructure consultancy firm announced that it has been contracted by Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) to perform professional services on the development of Harvest Caye, one of Norwegian’s new destinations in Belize.It will be Piedroba’s responsibility to provide strategic, contract administrative, and technical opinions on the deepening of the navigation channel, which is part of a $50 million eco-friendly development that will also include a floating pier, island village with raised-platform structures, a marina, a lagoon for water sports and a beach. Norwegian Cruise Line also plans a transportation hub to run shore excursions to the mainland. The dredge project, which will allow Norwegian’s cruise ships to enter and serve the two adjoining Harvest Caye Islands, consists of the dredging of 1.2 million cubic meters of material, deepening the channel to 11 meters. It is anticipated that the project will be completed by fall 2015.Piedroba’s president Luis Prieto y Munoz said: “We are thrilled to partner up with Norwegian on this project; we have taken notice of a trend where Cruise Lines, through their destination developments, have become more involved as stakeholders in marine infrastructure projects that include a dredging component. We feel that our expertise, combined with our geographical proximity to the Miami based Cruise Lines, offers a great opening to serve this emerging market segment. ”Press Release, June 23, 2014
Nine-11 hours of sleep and no more than two hours of recreational screen time a day is what can save your children from becoming impulsive and make poorer decisions in life, find researchers. Impulsive behaviour is greatly linked to sleep and screen time, found Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research Group (HALO) at the CHEO Research Institute in Ottawa. “Impulsive behaviour is associated with numerous mental health and addiction problems, including eating disorders, behavioural addictions and substance abuse,” said Dr Michelle Guerrero, lead author from CHEO Research Institute and University of Ottawa. Also Read – An income drop can harm brainThe paper, published in the journal Pediatrics, analysed data for 4,524 children from the first set of data of a large longitudinal population study. In addition to sleep and screen time, the study also captured data related to physical activity – at least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous exercise daily. The ABCD study allowed Guerrero and her team to look at the three pillars of the movement guidelines against eight measures of impulsivity, such as one’s tendency to seek out thrilling experiences, to set desired goals, to respond sensitively to rewarding or unpleasant stimuli, and to act rashly in negative and positive moods.
New Delhi: More than 90 million hectares of India’s degraded land area should be seen as a business opportunity by industries and it should be brought back to economic use, a senior official of the Environment Ministry said on Thursday. Speaking on ‘Role of Business and Industry in Land Restoration, Utilization of Degraded and Wasted Land’, ministry’s Special Secretary A K Jain urged industries to come up with business models for reclaiming the degraded land. Also Read – Thermal coal import may surpass 200 MT this fiscalThe event was organised by Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) in run-up to the 14th meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP-14) to the UN Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD), commencing here next week. “More than 90 million hectares of 320 million hectares of total area or about 30 per cent of India is wasteland. This should immediately be brought back into economic use. It is a big elephant in the room that all stakeholders including industries need to solve. The industry should see it as a business opportunity,” he said. Also Read – Food grain output seen at 140.57 mt in current fiscal on monsoon boostJain said the COP 14 offers a platform to all stakeholders to get together and have a dialogue to work towards monetising the degraded land both for environment and mutual benefit. “We are not here to take money. In fact, we are here to tell you that please make money. This is an offer to any corporate, industrial house or activity which relates to land. So, this offer is for infrastructure, food-based, biomass, energy companies and also those businesses that leave a lot of environmental footprints,” he added. Pradeep Monga, Deputy Executive Secretary, UNCCD said that FICCI’s event is the first in the run-up to COP-14 starting on September 2, where India is likely to take a very strong leadership role. “Investing in land restoration makes economic sense. We have done economic studies around the world and we feel if we invest $1 in land restoration, you can get $5-7 back, which makes a lot of business sense. Every 10 hectares can give you two direct jobs and there can be many indirect jobs,” Monga said.
Chris MacIntyreAPTN NewsA government-run emergency shelter in Whitehorse is drawing the ire of nearby residents and business owners.The former Salvation Army Centre of Hope was taken over by the Yukon government earlier this year with promises of improving service quality to meet residents’ needs.But locals say it’s common to see public intoxication and fights– and they’re not happy with the City of Whitehorse’s plan to address the situation.At a recent Whitehorse council meeting the city voted to spend $150,000 on benches, planting beds and trees around the building as part of a beautification project.Neighbours of the shelter say that money could be put to better use, such as in programming for shelter clients.Christine Tapp, the territorial government’s director for the social supports branch of its department of social services, says they are working to provide more programming in all areas of wellness for the centre’s residents.“I think we’ve taken a bit more of an active approach to our programming in the past month or so and we have plans to expand that further into the fall, including reassigning a couple of staff members to focus just on programming and to actually work with our guests to develop and to lead some of that programming,” she email@example.com
TORONTO – Technology experts warn a “really, really serious” security vulnerability could affect the majority of computers made in the last decade, but a fix being rushed to users has a downside: it may slow down your machine.Tech news website the Register reported a glitch has been identified with Intel processing chips — found in most computers, including Apple’s Macs — that could cause data to become vulnerable to hackers.While software developers have been covertly working since late last year to address the widespread issue, news of the problem began spreading beyond the development community late Tuesday. Intel’s stock dropped about four per cent on Wednesday while the company’s main competitor AMD saw its stock surge by more than five per cent.“This is a really, really serious problem,” said Vlado Keselj, a professor of computer science at Dalhousie University.“The good news is I think it’s really hard to exploit this vulnerability. But it could just be a matter of time before someone manages to do that.”In a statement released Wednesday, Intel attempted to downplay worries about the hardware issue, saying it believes hackers “do not have the potential to corrupt, modify or delete data.” The company also said a performance hit from a future software update “should not be significant and will be mitigated over time.”Many details about the technical issue and possible solutions are still unknown. Intel said it had originally planned to disclose more information next week, once software updates were ready, but was compelled to release the statement after the issue began making headlines.An update for the Linux operating system has already been released and has provided some clues to the extent of the problem. But Keselj noted that care was taken to strip developers’ notes and comments out of the update, which typically give some context around the changes that are found in a new software release.“These patches are visible, anyone can open them and see what’s changed but developers removed comments. Without knowing exactly what the vulnerability is, it’s probably hard to exploit it, so it’s happening under the veil of secrecy which is probably good,” Keselj said.“We don’t want somebody to be able to exploit this before updates are made.”Keselj speculated the average user might not notice a dramatic drop in their computer’s performance and even gamers may not suffer a significant slowdown. But businesses that use enterprise software for running database servers could see an appreciable change in performance, which would put pressure on Intel, Keselj said.Prof. Raphael Khoury of the Universite du Quebec a Chicoutimi said it’s not unusual for major software or hardware vulnerabilities to go undetected for a long time but it’s good Intel is releasing its fix before damage could be done.“Maybe the initial patch will have a substantial slowdown and then in the coming weeks they can take their time to produce a better fix,” Khoury said.“It’s better to initially suffer through this slowdown, at least we’re secure.”Beyond just computers, there are many consumer devices nowadays that run off sophisticated hardware that could be open to similar vulnerabilities, said Prof. Sebastian Fischmeister of the University of Waterloo, adding that connected cars and high-tech medical devices are also susceptible.“If you don’t upgrade them then you have a lingering potential security problem,” said Fischmeister. “If you upgrade them then you have potential performance degradation that wasn’t anticipated during testing, so suddenly your (technology) might no longer work.”
“Cancun will be a success, if parties compromise,” said the Executive Secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), Christiana Figueres, at a press briefing in Bonn, Germany, today. “They have to balance their expectations so that every one can carry home a positive achievement while allowing others to do the same – that’s how multilateral agreements are made elsewhere and it is how it has to happen in climate, too.”The upcoming conference of parties to the UNFCCC – known as the UN Climate Change Conference – takes place in Cancun between 29 November and 10 December. The UNFCCC is an international treaty which considers what can be done to reduce global warming and to cope with whatever temperature increases are inevitable. Some countries have approved an addition to the treaty, the Kyoto Protocol, which has more powerful and legally binding measures.Figueres acknowledged that there will still be “political gaps” which need bridging among countries attending the conference. These centre on how to move forward with emission reductions, deciding what to do about the Kyoto Protocol and how to anchor the many national targets and actions governments have put forward, in particular the targets of industrialized countries.While expectations for agreements on how best to tackle climate change at the conference are realistic, Ms. Figueres noted, “there’s still a lot at stake if the world is going to stay below a two degree temperature rise.”In response to a question, Ms. Figueres said that the conference needs to conclude with a balanced set of decisions, including on the issues of adaptation, forestry and technological cooperation. However, she said, in order to be a balanced package, any “agreement must also address the mitigation efforts by both industrialized countries as well as those developing countries that have already put mitigation intents on the table,” as well as provide some resolution about what the continuation of the Kyoto Protocol is going to be and the next steps to be taken by countries in relation to long-term financing of climate change measures.The climate change chief said that any agreement on tackling climate change in Cancun is not going solve the whole problem. “But it can set a new pace for negotiations, where governments lock in better agreements every year, never ruling out new possibilities or ignoring existing needs for the future,” she said, adding that if climate change is humanity’s biggest long-term challenge, it is also its greatest opportunity.“It is the sustained and increasingly ambitious long-term response to climate change that will allow a successful adjustment to the other great political, economic and social changes which all countries face,” Ms. Figueres said. 15 November 2010With just two weeks until the start in Mexico of a major global conference on climate change, the top United Nations official on the issue has emphasized the need for compromise in international efforts to reach a solution to the climate challenge.
The monk said that he had had to return a house at Kalapaluwawa he had on rent and as a result the children there were stranded. Disappointed over the move the monk attempted to stage a protest outside the Bodu Bala Sena headquarters but was prevented from doing so by the BBS general secretary, ven. Galagoda Aththe Gnanasara thero.The venerable Malawwe Kalyana Dhamma thero claimed that he was verbally abused by the venerable Galagoda Aththe Gnanasara thero and also later assaulted.The thero claimed that eyewitnesses had said that he was unconscious for approximately 10 minutes following the assault. He had then made a request from the Bodu Bala Sena for a place and the Bodu Bala Sena had initially given a positive response.The venerable Malawwe Kalyana Dhamma thero however said that the Bodu Bala Sena had then reneged on its commitment. A Buddhist monk has accused the Bodu Bala Sena (BBS) of violating his right to freedom of expression and assaulting him.The venerable Malawwe Kalyana Dhamma thero said that members of the Bodu Bala Sena verbally abused and then assaulted him when he attempted to stage a peaceful protest outside the Bodu Bala Sena headquarters at Thunmulla last Wednesday. He said that the protest was over a request he had made to the BBS for a house to keep several orphans under his care. He was then taken away by the police and he later lodged a complaint with the police over the assault. The venerable Malawwe Kalyana Dhamma thero said that he had every right to stage a peaceful demonstration and that right was violated.
“Just over a quarter-century ago, the world united to reverse the rapid depletion of the atmospheric ozone layer, which protects Earth from harmful radiation from space. Today, the ozone layer is well on track to recovery within the next few decades,” Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in his message for the International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer.The Day is observed annually on 16 September, the date of the signing of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer, which entered into force in 1989. The Protocol establishes legally binding controls on the national production and consumption of ozone-depleting substances, and enjoys universal ratification by 197 parties.Recent scientific findings reveal the importance of the Montreal Protocol, said the Secretary-General, noting that without this treaty and associated agreements, atmospheric levels of ozone-depleting substances could have increased ten-fold by 2050. The Protocol has also significantly contributed to the fight against climate change, as many ozone-depleting substances are powerful greenhouse gases, he added. “Let us take inspiration from our efforts to preserve the ozone layer. The Montreal Protocol has shown that decisive action by the international community, including the private sector, can achieve transformative results for the common good. Let us learn from this example and apply its lesson to the urgent task of addressing the climate challenge,” Mr. Ban stated.The ozone layer, a fragile shield of gas, protects the Earth from the harmful portion of the sun’s ultraviolet rays, thus helping to preserve life on the planet. A report released last week by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and the UN World Meteorological Organization (WMO) found that the ozone layer is on track to recover by the middle of the century.The assessment by 300 scientists noted that the recovery is attributed to the collective action through the Montreal Protocol, which has led countries to carry out policies to reduce and then phase out their use of ozone-depleting chemicals. At the same time, the report called for the same level of urgency and unity to tackle the challenge of climate change. Among those celebrating the International Day, whose theme this year is “Ozone Layer Protection: The Mission Goes on,” is the UN Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and the other implementing agencies of the Montreal Protocol. “Today is a great opportunity for us to reflect on the remarkable progress that has been achieved in reducing the damage to the ozone layer. UNIDO is very pleased that our major contribution to the implementation of the Montreal Protocol over the years is now bearing fruit,” said Stephan Sicars, Director of UNIDO’s Montreal Protocol Branch. Through the promotion of clean production, UNIDO has supported industries to eliminate the use of ozone-depleting substances in manufacturing processes. The agency helps industries to either replace these substances with ozone- and climate-friendly substances, or to redesign their products entirely. UNIDO’s projects and programmes have helped a number of countries introduce new technologies that no longer use the harmful substances. “The Montreal Protocol has significantly reduced the atmospheric abundance of gases, such as chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) and halons that were once used in products such as refrigerators, spray cans, insulation foam and fire extinguishers,” said Mr. Sicars.“With full compliance with the Montreal Protocol, the ozone layer is expected to recover to 1980 benchmark levels – the time before significant ozone layer depletion – around the middle of the century. This is great news.”
The latest edition of its Tourism Highlights, published on Monday, shows international arrivals reached 1.323 million last year.The figure represents an 84 million increase over 2016, and a new record, with the sector also recording “uninterrupted growth” in arrivals for eight consecutive years.Europe and Africa led the regions with increases in arrivals, with growth of eight per cent and nine per cent, respectively.WTO added that tourism is the world’s third largest export category, earning $1.3 trillion in receipts in 2017: an increase of five per cent.Meanwhile, total exports from international tourism stood at $1.6 trillion, or an average of $4 billion a day: that is, seven per cent of the world’s exports.“These strong 2017 results were driven by sustained travel demand for destinations across all world regions, including a firm recovery by those that have suffered from security challenges in recent years,” WTO said in a press release.“Strong outbound demand from virtually all source markets, including rebounds from major emerging economies Brazil and the Russian Federation, benefited both advanced and emerging destinations.”Seven of the 10 top tourism destinations are also leaders worldwide in both international tourist arrivals and international tourism receipts: China, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States.China also was responsible for generating nearly one-fifth of the world’s total tourism spending in 2017. Citizens of the world’s most populous country spent $258 billion on international travel last year.WTO added that so far, 2018 shows international tourism continues to grow, “with a year-on-year increase of 6% in arrivals between January and April.”
← Previous Story Dragan Djukic (Great Britain): “Olympic tournament – Best handball event ever” Next Story → Anton Rúnarsson is on test in MKB Veszprem For the second time in club’s history, Gorenje Velenje wins the Slovenian championship. Five matches before the end of the Championship race, Gorenje has 10 points more than second team, Celje Pivovarna Lasko. In the tonight’s battle, Gorenje celebrates clear win over Celje PL 33:25. That was the third win over neighbourgh this season.From the next season, Slovenia will have two teams in the EHF Champions League. Battle for the second place between Celje PL and Gorenje will be interesting until the last Round.RK Celje Pivovarna Laško – RK Gorenje Velenje 25:33 (15:19)RK CPL: Perič 6/3 saves, Skok 3/1 saves; Potočnik, Mlakar 1, Marguč 2/1, Žuran 1, Razgor 2, Toskič 4, Ranevski, Poklar 2, Poteko, Metličič 3, Zelenovič 2, Žabič, Mačkovšek 1, Žvižej 7/5; trener Vladan MatičRK GV: Gajič 12 saves, Taletovič; Melič 5/1, Medved 1, Bezjak 2, Pucelj, Manojlovič 3, Dolenec 7/2, Cehte 3, Miklavčič 2, Gaber 9, Golčar, Gams, Bajram, Šimič 1, Dujmovič; trener: Branko Tamše1. Gorenje Velenje 25 – 492. Celje PL 25 – 393. Cimos Koper 24 – 354. Trimo Trebnje 24 – 245. Maribor Branik 24 – 196. Krško 24 – 17photo: RK Gorenje Gorenje VelenjeHandball championSlovenia handballSlovenian handball
22. You count The Polo Grounds as a pilgrimage destinationSee more pics at TerraceTalk.com21. In fact, you’d have happily paid over $4 for a ticketCredit: NYPD Gaelic Football 20. And, this was the only video you were allowed watch until your sixth birthdayYouTube credit: Bryansford Gael19. You know for a fact that there’s only one Andy Murray©INPHO/PRESSEYE/Russell Pritchard18. And you’ve never heard of ‘the other Stephen King’© Billy Stickland/INPHO17. You know Cavan have won 5 All Irelands. But more importantly, you know that Monaghan have noneNo male All Irelands anyway.Monaghan? Hiss, booooo! ©INPHO/Morgan Treacy16. You read that in The CeltAlong with other important stuff.Credit: Alan O’Mara on Twitter15. Still, you’ve happily called Clones homeEven though it’s the only place you’ve ever contracted sunburn©INPHO/Morgan Treacy14. On Saturdays, you find yourself wondering “how many points did Cillian Sheridan get for Kilmarnock today?”©INPHO/Dan Sheridan13. While we’re on the subject of ‘The Saw-ker’, what ever happened to Terry Dixon?©INPHO/Andrew Paton12. You adhere to the (un)official boycott of Co. Kildare ©INPHO/Donall Farmer11. No question, Ireland’s greatest ever track athlete is Catherina McKiernan©INPHO/Donall Farmer10. Didn’t she win the London Marathon and everything!©INPHO/Allsport9. She ran past you one Sunday. You stayed with her no bother, but then let her on…Can’t remember if you’re on the left or the right. ©INPHO/Morgan Treacy8. Of course, Cavan is a hot-bed of international successHow many world handball titles is it now, Paul? ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne7. You don’t have to be from Cavan to know Federer v Nadal has nothing on Paul Brady’s rivalry with Luis MorenoBut it helps.©INPHO/Ryan Byrne6. John Joe Nevin, he’s practically from Cavan too©INPHO/James CrombieHaving said that..5. The only thing you’ve ever needed a hurl for is baitin’ cattle into field.©INPHO/Cathal Noonan4. Your holiday plans are revealed when you hear the Qualifier draw on Northern SoundRoad trippin’ with Northern Sound.3. If you’re going further afield, your flights are booked for July because The Championship will be over by then©INPHO/Andrew Paton2. At some stage you’ve vowed to name your first-born, ‘Gallant John Joe’YouTube credit: bedoboy1. ’97: What. A. Year.©Billy Stickland/INPHOSpecial thanks to those true blue-blooded Breffni boys who contributed. You should follow at least one of them on Twitter (it doesn’t cost anything).21 signs you’re a sports fan from Waterford16 signs you’re a sports fan from Cork19 signs you’re a sports fan from Kerry
Lumia 800 : Nokia corrige les problèmes de batterieNokia vient de publier une mise à jour, censée régler définitivement le problème d’autonomie dont souffrent certains Lumia 800, le premier Windows Phone de la firme finlandaise. Un premier correctif avait déjà été publié en décembre.Les problèmes de batterie qui touchent certains Lumia 800 devraient être définitivement réglés avec la nouvelle mise à jour que vient de publier Nokia. Après avoir pris connaissance et reconnu ce défaut qui empêchait les smartphones de recharger leur batterie à 100%, la firme finlandaise avait publié un premier correctif en décembre dernier, et annonçait qu’une seconde mise à jour allait suivre.À lire aussiBientôt des batteries au lithium trois fois plus autonomes ?Pour savoir s’ils sont ou non concernés par ce bug, les possesseurs du premier Windows Phone de Nokia sont appelés à charger leur mobile puis à taper ##634#. Ils accéderont alors au menu Service et à la section état de la batterie dont la capacité doit être égale ou supérieure à 1000 mAh. Si une capacité inférieure est affichée, cela signifie que le téléphone est affecté par le bug.Les autres utilisateurs sont eux aussi invités à télécharger la nouvelle mise à jour publiée par Nokia puisqu’en plus de régler ce problème, elle apporte également une amélioration des performances de la connexion WiFi du smartphone et la correction de plusieurs autres bugs.Le 23 janvier 2012 à 09:06 • Emmanuel Perrin
Les 8 actus sciences que vous devez connaître ce 2 avrilLes plus vieilles traces de pas humains, du papier pour nourrir les abeilles et un robot expressif. Voici votre concentré d’actualités scientifiques pour ce 2 avril.- La 209ème sortie spatiale depuis l’ISS s’est bien déroulée. Ce jeudi, les astronautes Ricky Arnold et Drew Feustel ont passé 6 heures et 10 minutes hors de la Station Spatiale Internationale afin d’effectuer différentes tâches sur cette gigantesque structure, et même de préparer des travaux futurs d’après la NASA.- Une incroyable découverte en Amérique du Nord. Remontant à près de 13.000 ans, durant l’ère glaciaire, pas moins de 29 marques de pas humains ont été mises à jour sur l’île Calvert, au Canada. Ces empreintes renforcent la théorie selon laquelle les hommes seraient arrivés en Amérique du Nord depuis l’Asie en passant par le détroit de Béring, anciennement émergé.- Un papier pour nourrir les abeilles. Voilà l’étonnante innovation proposée par une organisation dédiée à la sauvegarde des hyménoptères. Constitué de glucose et de graines provenant de fleurs pollinisées par les abeilles, ce papier est recouvert d’une peinture UV biodégradable, destinée à attirer les insectes.- Une nouvelle avancée face à la maladie d’Alzheimer. Les chercheurs ont découvert des anticorps capables d’éradiquer la protéine produite par la maladie, mais également les plaques qu’elle forme dans le cerveau. Même si aucun traitement sûr ne peut pour l’instant être proposé grâce à eux, ils offrent tout de même une nouvelle direction dans laquelle avancer.- Un appareil pour détecter ce que vous mangez. Mesurant à peine 2 millimètres de côté, ce petit capteur, une fois collé sur vos dents, analyse en temps réel la consommation de glucose, de sel et d’alcool d’une personne. Cette technologie pourrait devenir un outil capital dans divers cas de suivis médicaux ou lors d’études cliniques.À lire aussiCerveau, Alzheimer et nucléaire, les actus sciences que vous devez connaître ce 26 août- La Terre se porte mal. D’après un nouveau rapport, ce sont pas moins de 75% des zones terrestres de la planète qui souffrent de dégradation. Un triste constat dont les répercussions menacent la vie de 3,2 milliards de personnes. Face à la pollution, la désertification ou la déforestation, le besoin d’action se fait toujours plus urgent.- Une nouvelle génération de « robots émotifs » est en marche. Si vous n’avez pas encore vu Charles le robot, alors… estimez-vous peut-être heureux. Cet étrange androïde dont seul la tête a été construite est capable d’exprimer un large panel d’émotions en réponse à vos propres expressions. Même si la technologie est impressionnante, elle demeure quelque peu effrayante.- Manger au restaurant pourrait être dangereux pour la santé. C’est du moins ce que suggère une nouvelle étude américaine. Ces travaux ont découvert que des sujets qui avaient récemment mangé au restaurant présentaient un taux 35% plus élevés de phtalates. Des substances identifiées comme des perturbateurs endocriniens et associées à divers troubles tels que le diabète de type II.Le 2 avril 2018 à 00:15 • Emmanuel Perrin
Cagliari have confirmed the signing of Liverpool’s Estonian defender Ragnar Klavan on a two-year deal.The Italian club released a statement on their official website which reads: “Cagliari Calcio announces that it has acquired from Liverpool FC the right to the sports performances of the player Ragnar Klavan who arrives in rossoblù outright by signing a contract until 2020.”“Left-footed, a powerful physique, strong in aerial play, can also be used as a left side. A player of considerable reliability, accustomed to pressure, Klavan will bring his personality, charisma and leadership skills into rossoblù.”Cagliari also confirmed the move on Twitter.Ragnar #Klavan è rossoblù ??Welcome to Sardinia!➡️ https://t.co/H43DnCtSS1#benvenutoKlavan pic.twitter.com/B1TkvUKYjtVirgil van Dijk praises Roberto Firmino after Liverpool’s win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Virgil van Dijk hailed team-mate Roberto Firmino after coming off the bench to inspire Liverpool to a 3-1 comeback win against Newcastle United.— Cagliari Calcio (@CagliariCalcio) August 17, 2018The 32-year-old captains the Estonia national side and has completed his move to Cagliari, according to Football Italia.The former Liverpool defender was in the final year of his contract at Anfield and Cagliari are understand to have paid £2m for his services.Klavan never established himself as a first-choice in the Liverpool defence but made more than 50 appearances since joining from Augsburg in 2016.
Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Homer Electric Crews responded to a large power outage the affected 1,192 members from Kasilof heading south toward Homer, around 12:12 a.m., this morning. Currently the number of members without power has now been reduced to 192, according to Shelley it would be a couple of more hours till power is fully restored. According to Bruce Shelley with HEA, at 2:39 a.m., power had been restored to 645 members. The cause of the outage is a faulted insulator in Kasilof, and a cross arm was also damaged by this fault. HEA crews are still on scene working to restore power to the 192 members. Updates will be posted as they are made available.