Rabat – Moroccan sports magazine Almountakhab has named Moroccan international football player Hakim Ziyech the “Golden Lion 2018.” Forty journalists, 20 technical executives, and thousands of internet users voted in the magazine’s survey ranking Morocco’s top 10 footballers.The Ajax Amsterdam forward collected 332 points, surpassing Borussia Dortmund’s Achraf Hakimi, who obtained 190 points. Read Also: Dutch Media Award Morocco’s Hakim Ziyech ‘Best Player’ in NetherlandsAl Nasr’s Nordin Amrabat finished third (80 points), ahead of Girona’s Yassine Bounou (58 points), Raja Athletic Club’s goalkeeper Anas Zniti (51 points), Juventus’ Mehdi Benatia (50 points), the CHAN 2018 top scorer Hebei China’s Ayoub El Kaabi (46 points), Al Ahly’s Walid Azaro (24 points), Wydad Athletic Club’s Mohamed Ounajem (17 points), and Al Raed FC’s Ahmed Hammoudan (10 points).Initiated in 2004, the Almountakhab award has for the first time focused on the best Moroccan player. Its previous awards were dedicated to the best players on the African continent.
The UNP leader recalled that his party was ready to work with the government before the vote in Geneva and sign an agreement on national issues. “The UNP must get ready for an election in 2014. The government has tarnished the good image of the country and on the other side they have hit the people in their stomach. This regime is not leaving on its own,” he said. However he says the government disregarded the invitation from the UNP and in the process failed to put the country first.He says the government, instead, focused on the Mattala airport and not on more key issues including the implementation of the Lessons Learned and Reconciliation Commission (LLRC) recommendations. UNP leader Ranil Wickremesinghe says his party will push for an election in 2014 to remove the government from power.He says the government has failed to protect the country and so the time has now come to remove the government. Wickremesinghe also noted that while on one had the government was criticizing the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay, on the other side they were inviting her to visit Sri Lanka.He says there is no point on criticizing the UN Human Rights Council when the government had failed to do its part. (Colombo Gazette)CLICK HERE FOR AUDIO
Ultimate should be fertile ground for analytics. The mostly amateur sport first blossomed at universities and remains popular with engineers, computer scientists, mathematicians and teachers — curious, creative nerds eager to break down the sport and share what they learn. Its profile is growing, too. This summer, the International Olympic Committee made the sport eligible to be included in a future Summer Olympics.When I attended the under-23 world tournament in England this summer, I saw hundreds of the sport’s future stars coached by some of its brightest minds, but I also saw a sport missing something vital: detailed data.It’s easy to take sports data for granted in an age when cameras track and quantify the movement of players and balls in baseball, basketball, tennis and soccer. The biggest challenges for analysts in those sports is how to wrangle and make sense of all that data and to get fans to look past traditional box-score numbers.But in ultimate, there are hardly any traditional box-score numbers. Other sports have digitized stat-keeping even at the college or high-school level. But for ultimate, even at a relatively organized and well-run event like the under-23 worlds, the sport’s best young players checked opponents’ scores on schedules filled in by hand. Coaches — including my FiveThirtyEight colleague Jody Avirgan, an assistant coach for the U.S. men’s team — carried clipboards to log who played each point, with paper flapping in the wind and ink blurring in the rain. Players got a glimpse of what wealth can bring to a sport every time they walked past one of Watford FC’s brand-new 500,000 pound ($750,000) fields, but rope fences made clear that the Premier League team’s training ground was off-limits — as were stats as advanced and sophisticated as the EPL’s.At best, ultimate box scores — such as those posted on the under-23 worlds website — contain just goals, assists and Ds (discs knocked down or intercepted). “That is Stone Age material to work with,” said Sean Childers, an ultimate player and co-author of a study on ultimate presented last year at the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference, in an email. “Imagine a baseball or basketball box score from 50 years ago, but worse.”Ultimate coaches dream of stats corresponding to some of their favorites from other sports. Several wished hockey assists — the pass that leads to the pass for the score — were tracked. Bob Krier, head coach of the U.S. men’s under-23 team, wants to see a shooting percentage for the most difficult passes into the end zone. Others want stats on “pulls,” ultimate’s version of kickoffs: Coaches suspect pulls matter a lot in helping a team set up its defense, both for how long they hang in the air and for where they land.A catch-all metric for player value such as wins above replacement would be nice, too. But Martin Aguilera, who coached the U.S. mixed team at the under-23 championships this year, said, “We’re so far away from that.”Many coaches said they look to basketball for stats they want to see for ultimate. On the surface, ultimate has more in common with football (passing toward a score in an end zone), soccer (a field sport with fluid positions and no play clock) and tennis (starting a point on offense is like serving, and scoring on a defensive point is called breaking). But ultimate has similar defensive principles to basketball, with players switching suddenly from offense to defense and both teams resetting after each score.Plus, basketball has lots of cool data. Ultimate nerds speak with envy and awe about SportVU, the system of cameras that ring NBA arenas and produce data about where the players and ball are at every moment of each game. And they cite the shooting charts of FiveThirtyEight’s Kirk Goldsberry as models for charts they’d love to see, ones that would map success rates for players’ shots at the end zone by field position.Other sports are also seeking better data than their traditional, limited box scores provide. In volleyball, “the official stat sheet is basically useless,” said Todd Dagenais, coach of the University of Central Florida women’s team. He’s seeking better stats to help his team but says there’s a dividend for spectators, too: A smarter sport is more fun to watch. “When an offense is run well, fans love that, which causes the defense to have to make more spectacular moves and more spectacular plays, which is also very entertaining,” he said.Ultimate’s stats are stuck in the Stone Age in part because it takes a lot of work to get not a lot of insight. To improve on the kind of time-consuming, manual stat-keeping process that some coaches at the world championships were using, ultimate players developed an app to track players moving around the field. The Ultiapps Stat Tracker can generate heat maps showing the best scoring spots. Childers and a fellow researcher used data from the app to figure out where those spots are and which players were best at getting the disc there. What they found mostly reinforced basic tenets of the sport, like the importance of keeping the disc in the middle of the field. The heat map above, which is from the paper by Childers and Jeremy Weiss, shows a team’s likelihood of scoring from different points on the field. As a team moves closer and closer to the end zone (at the top of the chart), its chances of scoring increase (the higher the number, the better). The large dip in the 40-percent zone — shown as 0.4 — suggests that a team is just as likely to score from about 50 yards outside the end zone (marked as 20 on the heat map) in the middle of the field as they are from 35 but stuck on the sideline.But data collected at one level of the sport with, say, little wind may not translate into a different level in windy conditions. Partly because of limitations like that one, teams mostly have stopped using the app to collect data.“Teams liked our analysis but found collecting and inputting the data was too onerous to justify the time investment,” Childers said.Part of would-be ultimate analysts’ challenge is that top ultimate players don’t play that many meaningful points1Each game of ultimate is played to a certain number of points, and each team must keep the same group of players on the field until the next point is scored. in a season. Players might play during only eight or 10 points of a game because top teams are deep, usually with more than twice the number of players on the sideline as are on the field at any time. And the roster is rarely the same from tournament to tournament.2Even in an age when ESPN is airing ultimate, no one makes a living playing the sport. Top players often skip tournaments because of personal or job conflicts.Even if everyone could agree on which new stats are needed in a sport like ultimate, a tough question remains: Whose job should it be to collect the stats? Tournaments are mostly run by volunteers focused on tasks such as ensuring players find the right field, have enough water and uphold the sport’s unique spirit of the game during play. That leaves coaches to keep any extra stats they’d want for analysis. But they’re also busy doing lots of other things during tournaments. It’s often easier to collect advanced stats during tryouts or practices instead.For the under-23 tournament, U.K. mixed coaches had to choose 26 players from 93 who showed up at trials. They divided them into six groups and filmed them, rating them in 24 categories. None was scores, assists or Ds. The categories were more subtle: essential but hard-to-measure ultimate and interpersonal skills. One, for example, was “nicehead,” which gauged how well someone played with others. “What we didn’t want to do is pick very skilled players who couldn’t interact with other human beings,” coach Megan Hurst said. She and her fellow coach Felix Shardlow entered all the stats into a big spreadsheet and looked for players whose low ratings came in categories they could easily improve, like catching. Aguilera thinks that more ultimate should be filmed and that more film should be watched. He filmed games at the under-23 worlds from atop a ladder he’d bought for 30 pounds ($45) just before the tournament. Many top college basketball players have seen hundreds of games by the time they get to campus. Incoming college ultimate players might have watched fewer than 20 ultimate games, Aguilera said.Absent data, coaches have to rely on scouting to get ahead. Film analysis has become a hallmark of the best college and club programs in the country. And it was on display at the tournament in England, too.Take, for example, the women’s final between the U.S. and Japan. Mike Whitaker, the head coach of the U.S. team who’d been scouting that Canada-Colombia game with his assistants near the start of the tournament, said that Japan used “advanced scouting more than any other team at the worlds.” The Japanese team brought personnel dedicated to the practice, which played a big role in the final’s outcome. He noticed Japan made adjustments to its defense after its group-stage game against the Americans (the U.S. won 17-13) and scouting other U.S. games.Eri Hirai, Japan’s head coach, said the team tracked which players on other tournament teams threw the most long passes and which ones ran the most. Harai said this kind of scouting is standard practice in Japan. “It’s very important because we knew nothing about other teams before the tournament,” she said in an email interview conducted through a translator. By the end of the tournament, the Japanese team knew enough about the Americans to win the final in a big upset, 17-15. It was the only game any U.S. team lost in the tournament. ST ALBANS, England — On a field 20 miles north of London, three people were camped on the edge of a field wearing USA Ultimate hoodies, notebooks open in front of them. They were the coaches of the U.S.’s under-23 women’s team, and they were scouting two of their biggest Ultimate Frisbee rivals, Canada and Colombia, who were about to play in a group-stage match of the 2015 world championships. The coaches barely even had any data on their own team — but there they were, scrounging for some on their future opponents. Read more: A Plea For More Frisbee Data From A U.S. Ultimate Coach Riley Erickson records video of future opponents for the U.S. mixed team. Carl Bialik Head coach Mike Whitaker and assistant coaches Carolyn Matthews and Lauren Boyle of the U.S. women’s team. Carl Bialik
On Tuesday, a coroner described the death as an “unintentional consequences of a deliberate act.”Paige was found by her mother on a bed in a caravan that they were renting at a holiday park in Fleetwood, near Blackpool, in Lancashire, the court heard.She was rushed to hospital where she died two hours later despite attempts to revive her. Police investigating the tragedy on July 18 last year found Paige’s can of deodorant lying on grass outside the en-suite bathroom, close to where she was found.Doctors said she had inhaled butane and isobutane from the tin but found no evidence of “chronic use”.Paige, a “bright and talented” girl who attended Royton and Crompton School in Oldham, Greater Manchester, had hopes for a career in music or art.She was staying at the Cala Gran holiday park at the start of the summer holidays with her parents Ann and Stuart and older sister Catherine.Mrs Daughtry, 36, told the Heywood hearing: “She would spend hours in the bedroom and would spray and spray as she didn’t want to smell. She used to spray it in small rooms and I used to tell her off. A 12-year-old girl died after being overcome by fumes from her deodorant as she sprayed it on inside her family’s seaside holiday caravan, a coroner heard. Paige Daughtry, had reportedly been so keen on ensuring her personal hygiene that she used the under-arm body spray as if “it was going out of fashion”.But it is feared she overused the deodorant so much that the fumes from the aerosol, which contained “volatile substances”, affected Paige as she inhaled them while listening to music. Cala Gran holiday park where Paige’s family were stayingCredit:Cavendish Press Paige Daughtry a schoolgirl aged 12 who died after she was overcome by fumes from her tin of deodorantCredit:Cavendish Forensic pathologist Dr Jonathan Metcalfe said Paige’s death had been caused by the “inhalation of volatile substances”.He added: “Analysis of brain samples revealed two substances present in aerosols – they are known as volatile substances. They are known to be present in deodorant which was present at the scene.”Their presence is consistent with inhalation. Death may result from the toxicological effects. The substances are butane and isobutane.”There was no natural disease that has contributed to her death. There was no evidence of heavy use and no direct evidence that there was chronic use.”Det Chief Insp Jason Richardson, from Lancashire Police, said: “A can of deodorant was found located on grass outside the caravan, outside the open window of the en-suite toilet attached to the bedroom Paige had been found – as if dropped out of the window.”It was found to be empty and was seized as evidence. Ann reported that she noticed Paige using a lot of deodorant.”A coroner’s officer said: “It was established Paige had previously used deodorant – a direct quote from Mrs Daughtry herself being ‘like they were going out of fashion’. An empty canister was found outside the caravan window.” Paige Daughtry a schoolgirl aged 12 who died after she was overcome by fumes from her tin of deodorantCredit:Cavendish Press “But there was never a point when we started to think there was an issue – not in the way we would have thought she was doing any sniffing or anything like that. There were no indications whatsoever, I would have noticed.”She was a strong character. My feeling is she was the way she was and there was no changing her no matter what we did she marched to her own beat, that was Paige.”She added: “Paige was looking forward to the holiday – we went every year. We did some swimming and went into Blackpool and came back. We were as a family together all day, she did have a bit of a strop that day – but that was her being a teenager.”Paige went into our bedroom and my husband went off to take some photographs on the beach. “From Paige going in her room and me shouting her, it was about 10 or 15 minutes. That room was a bit cooler and the window was open.”I think that’s why she decided to go in there and all the chargers were in there and she wanted to listen to music.”I shouted, there was no response, I went in and sought assistance. I was screaming at the top of my lungs, trying to pull her off her the bed and phone 999.” “It’s most likely that inhaling those fumes has most probably led to her heart rhythm being affected and led to her death.”It may have been in recent times she got into the habit of inhaling some fumes. I do find she was probably inhaling deodorant fumes for whatever reason during that day. Mr and Mrs Daughtry can I pass on the condolences of everyone here. “In a statement at the time of Paige’s death, her grandfather, John Delaney, described her as a “beautiful” and “happy-go-lucky” child.He said: “We can’t describe how we felt, our hearts have been broken, there is nothing more I can say, except a part of us has been ripped away from us.”Paige, our sweet baby girl, we will never forget you as long as we live and, every day we think of you, you will be alive in our hearts, night and God bless sweet, you will be up there teaching everyone to sing, so till we meet again, sleep tight.”A family statement said: “Paige was a bright and talented girl who still had her whole life ahead of her, she dreamed one day to do something with her singing or art.”Paige is sadly missed by friends and family. We are all still in shock and grieving for a loving, loyal friend, daughter, sister and granddaughter.” Recording a verdict of death by misadventure, coroner Alan Wilson said: “This is the unintentional consequences of a deliberate act. Paige was inhaling the fumes from the deodorant but what she didn’t intent is the consequences. Two holidaymakers, from neighbouring caravans, came to assist with CPR before paramedics arrived and took Paige to Blackpool Victoria Hospital. “I suppose that’s something every 12-year-old girl would do, spraying deodorant. But she was overusing deodorant – it was more than we would have expected any girl to put on. Cala Gran holiday park in Fleetwood, LancsCredit:Cavendish Press 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.
It emerged last week that Peter Molyneux is set to step down from his role at Lionhead Studios and leave Microsoft. His destination is a new start-up called 22 Cans where he will join another former Lionhead employee named Tim Rance. Molyneux will be retained by Microsoft as a creative consultant, and won’t formerly leave until Kinect title Fable: The Journey has shipped.The departure has left Microsoft with a hole in its structure as Molyneux was Creative Director of Microsoft Games Studios. However, it hasn’t taken them long to fill that role, although the person stepping into Molyneux’s shoes may surprise a few people.It hasn’t been officially confirmed yet, but Gamesindustry.biz have it on good authority from several sources that Phil Harrison is set to become the new Creative Director for Microsoft’s studios. Why may that surprise some? Because Harrison used to be president of Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios.Harrison left his Sony role in 2008 and has since worked at Infogrames (now Atari) and is currently a part of London Venture Partners, which specializes in investment for the games industry. This latest move, if true, certainly works for Microsoft. Harrison has a lot of experience, certainly knows how the games industry and key rival Sony works, and will no doubt make an impact the moment he arrives at Microsoft.Where as Peter Molyneux was a creative first and foremost, Harrison left game design early in his career to become a management figure within the industry, and has seen great success ever since. The contrasting style is sure to be noticed within Microsoft’s ranks, and I’d say he’s a better fit for Microsoft’s way of doing things.Read more at Gamesindustry.biz
MIAMI (WSVN) – A teen with autism who is dedicated to helping others through art has received the keys to the city of Miami.Monday afternoon, Bryan Fernandez-Cornejo became the first autistic teen to receive the keys.The 16-year-old was diagnosed with autism at the age of 4, and through his art, he has been able to express himself and inspire others despite his nonverbal condition.His work impressed Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado, whose granddaughter is also on the autism spectrum.“Now, we know that Bryan is going to the United Nations, so we go,” said Regalado. “We know that he’s an international figure, and that’s important because he is sending the message to my granddaughter and most autistic [people] that will see in Bryan a person they can look up to and do what he’s doing.”Bryan’s paintings are hanging in city halls across South Florida. He even received a letter in January from then-President Barack Obama thanking him for sending the artwork.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
SOUTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – Rescue crews have recovered a body after a truck ended up in a Southwest Miami-Dade canal.Miami-Dade Fire Rescue crews responded to the area of Southwest 264th Street and 107th Avenue just after 9 a.m., Wednesday.Rescue divers went into the water to search for victims of the crash and retrieved a body.7SkyForce HD flew over the scene where a white pickup truck could be seen at the bottom of the canal.The cause of the crash is currently under investigation.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
X 00:00 /00:00 Share Listen To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: PexelsTexas is the state with the highest number of privately managed federal prisons that the Department of Justice will reduce and eventually eliminate.There are 242 people on death row in Texas. The crimes they were convicted of are deemed to be the most serious a person can commit. But are all of them guilty?KERA’s Christopher Connelly introduces us to one man who Anthony Graves says no. He spent more than 18 years incarcerated – 12 of them on death row – for a crime he didn’t commit. As part of our look at capital punishment in Texas that we’re calling State of Executions, we have this look at what exonerations mean for the death penalty debate.TSCThese days, Anthony Graves says he has a good life. He lives in a large house on a tree-lined street in a nice neighborhood in Houston, with his dog named Papi.“It is a Chihuahua mixed with a pitt – don’t ask me how that happened. I saw him on Doggy Oodles, and I felt like I needed to rescue him,” Graves explained.A decade ago Graves was on death row. In 1992, Graves was wrongfully convicted as an accomplice to murder in the tiny town of Somerville. The murderer told police Graves helped him kill six people and burn down their house. The murderer later recanted, but Graves was still convicted, and sentenced to death by the state of Texas. “It was just mind boggling to me that this man was sitting across from me telling me that they’re going to kill me for something I know absolutely nothing about. And how am I supposed to process this and then continue to carry on?” Graves said. Graves saw his execution postponed twice before his conviction was finally overturned. After 18-and-a-half years behind bars, Graves was exonerated and released in 2010. He now runs a foundation that re-examines questionable convictions and sentences.Mike Ware leads the Innocence Project of Texas and he says Graves is not an isolated case.“What my experience has taught me is that there are many undetected wrongful convictions in Texas prisons. And I know that because I know when we look for them we find them,” Ware said.More than three hundred people have been exonerated in Texas since 1989. Together, they spent more than 1,700 years behind bars. Most exonerees weren’t on death row, but thirteen of them – including Graves – were.Exonerations have skyrocketed in recent years. Part of that is science – more use of DNA evidence and changes in forensics. Many prosecutors’ offices now have units that re-examine possible wrongful convictions. And there are groups like the Innocence ProjectThe exonerations have spurred legislation. Nicole Casarez is the lawyer who helped free Anthony Graves.“Exonerations tell us what the causes of wrongful convictions are. If we study them, they’re like the black boxes on an airplane. They can tell us what goes wrong. And Texas has made some changes to address some of those issues,” she said.More reforms are being proposed in Austin this session. But Casarez says there is a bigger, systemic disparity that the death penalty illuminates.“There aren’t any rich people on death row. If you are poor, if you are unable to hire good counsel, you’re much more likely to end up with the death penalty. And that’s something I think we need to be concerned about,” she said.John Whitmire leads the criminal justice committee in the Texas Senate – and he says there are a number of ways the justice system still needs fixing. Still, he says we shouldn’t look past the vast majority of people on death row who have conclusively committed terrible crimes.“I take it very serious every time someone is executed. I reflect, I pause. Obviously we have a responsibility to do it right. But personally, I support the death penalty,” he said.Like Whitmire, 75 percent of Texans support the death penalty. That’s according to a 2015 poll from the Texas Tribune and UT Austin. That poll found 59 percent said they believe people are occasionally, or often wrongfully convicted in death penalty cases. Graves says exonerations make it clear that the justice system sometimes fails. “We still don’t want to acknowledge that we have a badly flawed justice system, from top to bottom. And it starts with the way we think, and the way we see other people, those who don’t look like us,” he said.So Graves says reform efforts are good – but they will always be too small, too weak, and too late until people are ready to grapple with the reality of capital punishment in Texas.
Kolkata: The propaganda of an attack on journalists during the nomination process of the Panchayat polls was proved baseless after withdrawal of the complaint of a victim who went missing from Alipore on Monday.Allegations of attack on journalists at Alipore was raised along with allegations of journalists being detained started circulating with some comparing the office at Alipore with the “Bermuda Triangle”. Senior officials and top brass of the city police were informed about it.Interestingly, the journalist was later rescued and taken to Bhowanipore police station. Some colleagues of the journalist had reached the police station and clearly stated in writing that the scribe was missing for some time. But she returned after a few hours and there was no allegation against anyone in this connection.There was also an allegation that a scribe was manhandled at the same place on Monday and some of his valuables taken away. Similar allegations had cropped in a few districts as well. But, the interesting part was that they all returned safely. It may be mentioned that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, on Tuesday, came down heavily on Anandabazar Patrika saying that the newspaper has been circulating false news for ages and it is its policy to spread canards. There were also allegations of harassing a photojournalist a few days ago at the same place. The incident had also led to a lot of hue and cry in the city. But people came to know the exact reason behind the incident when a day later the Chief Minister stated that there was an allegation of taking money after assuring jobs against the person which was the main reason.
Having visited India five times in the last three years for a total of 26 weeks, Italian-Canadian chef David Rocco feels that the country is his “second home”. He says it’s interesting how the cultural influences of the country shine through its cuisine.Rocco has explored India as part of a TV show for channel FOX Life. For the second season of the Italian-Indian culinary adventure “David Rocco Dolce India”, he returned to the nation and visited lesser-known locales to uncover some hidden gems. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’“It was really cool discovering these unique and diverse communities throughout India and seeing how their cultural influences are reflected in the cuisine,” said Rocco in an email interview from Toronto. Through his show, which airs in over 150 countries including India, he introduces viewers to the Portuguese influence in Goa, the Chinese community in Kolkata and the holiest of Punjabi traditions in Amritsar, while sampling plenty of culinary delights along the way. “I was first introduced to Indian food many years ago, but having Indian food in India is a totally different experience than outside of India. And of course making my first Indian dish was a little intimidating, but I’ve learnt a lot since then in terms of ingredients and technique. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with Netflix“In season two of my show, I’m much more comfortable with the process and I really start to play around with certain dishes, combining flavours that north and south Indians might never have even thought to work with,” said Rocco, whose first attempt at Indian food was a ‘dal’ (lentil) and he found it “pretty straightforward” in making.The author of three cookbooks, Rocco has travelled the world over. But he said: “I’m attracted to India for its diversity and the warmth of its people”. He is also fascinated with the importance given to food and family in the Indian culture, which he finds “so diverse, from region to region”. In his show, he says he fuses his own style of cooking with Indian ingredients as “inspiration”.“You could call it the easy Indian approach. I’m really being an ambassador to the people outside of India, helping them see how accessible Indian cooking can be,” he added, stressing that localisation of global cuisine is “an incredibly common thing around the world”.“For instance, McDonalds is different everywhere you go! If you look at Italian food, you can get it pretty much everywhere in the world: lasagne, pizza and pasta are probably some of the most universally liked dishes that you can get in any major city across the globe. Is it authentic? Most likely not.
If you are running out of ideas for your New Year’s resolution, consider running. Researchers have found that runners show greater functional connectivity in brain regions important for tasks such as planning and decision-making.“These activities (such as running) that people consider repetitive actually involve many complex cognitive functions – like planning and decision-making – that may have effects on the brain,” said one of the researchers David Raichlen, Associate Professor at University of Arizona, at Tucson in the United States. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfFor the study, the researchers compared brain scans of young adults engaged in cross-country running to young adults who do not engage in regular physical activity. Participants were roughly the same age – 18 to 25 – with comparable body mass index and educational levels.The runners, overall, showed greater functional connectivity within several areas of the brain, including the frontal cortex, which is important for cognitive functions such as planning, decision-making and the ability to switch attention between tasks. The findings, suggest that running may affect the structure and function of the brain in ways similar to complex tasks like playing a musical instrument.
Modern jewellery nowadays is not just limited to new or contemporary styles but has also been extended to the next level in the form of light- weight jewellery for parties as celebrations are high in the air. Experts list some options that will help you pick and decide the right kind of modern jewellery with your outfits: -Choker: Choker or choker necklaces are strongly in trend this season. The jewellery goes well with both Indian and western look. People have seen preferring the most for parties and weddings. It looks perfect to wear on off shoulder or deep neck top/dresses. Also, the jewellery is available in vast variety of designs to make a style statement. Also Read – Add new books to your shelf-Bracelet : A fancy accessory around the wrist gives very feminine vibe and well goes with gown and dress for parties. Diamond bracelets looks classic with party attire and never go out of fashion. Delicate or dainty Bracelets are ‘go to accessories’ and confortable to wear on daily routine and bring your boring outfit into glamour ensemble. -Stackable rings: One jewellery trend that has never gone out of fashion is Stackable rings. Light-weight and fascinating rings are an ideal choice to set the tone for every occasion. Elegant stackable rings allow the wearer to express their personality or match their mood thanks to the infinite varieties of colours. Rings that can be worn in many different ways become the ultimate dream for woman who loves experimenting their jewellery. It will be perfect accessory for any party occasion. They can be teamed up with both western and ethnic looks. -Ear jackets: The most and all-time favourite is ear jackets. A New Age trendy pair of ear jackets can turn your otherwise boring outfits into an ultra-modern look. Diamond ear jackets add a surreal charm to your look. The jewellery is available in vast variety of designs like Trillion Mountain, Marquise leafy green emerald earjackets to make a style statement.
Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now Enroll Now for Free July 9, 2009 Immaturity of business models and metrics and ROI questions surrounding social media are making Twitter cumbersome to use for many small businesses, but change is coming as more startups are building Twitter into their business models; meanwhile, Twitter metrics and tracking have also been rapidly evolving. New metric tools such as Twitoaster and ViralHeat are constantly being released to track Twitter’s effect on sales and marketing.Twitter is the easiest form of social media to track, due to its open interface and data. Any kind of actionable data is worth tracking. For example, business owners can start by tracking how many followers they have at any one time, how many times their posts were shared and how many replies they got. They can also track more complex calculations such as how much their Twitter followers are worth. For example, Hillstrom’s Twitter Quality Score is calculated by dividing the number of followers by the number following, and a score of 1.5 or above demonstrates that a Twitter account is worth following and has quality information and offers for its followers.Next, track your sales or word-of-mouth mentions back to your Twitter account. Use a URL shortener, to track how often your content appears on Twitter, and tie it back to sales. For example, you can establish a shortened link to a specific promotion and track how many times it has been clicked on and shared, which is important in social media.Finally, to demonstrate the value of your Social Media campaigns to investors and the media, a business owner should track, at a minimum, the average number of weekly or monthly mentions of your business in social media of your business, the sentiment of business or brand mentions in social media and the percentage of your business or brand mentions by influentials within your industry. All three metrics work for any business, and are easy to track using buzz monitoring tools such as SM2 Techrigy .During a recession, budgets are slim and purchasing decisions are based on relationships and connections, right along with price. Now is the time to jump in and use Twitter and measure its effectiveness for your business. More Twitter Tips and Trends Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Can Twitter Really Help Your Small Business? Create a Twitter Following Your Twitter Toolbox The news is slowly sinking in that Twitter can help small businesses succeed beyond answering customers’ questions, networking and providing education. Within a fairly short period of time, Twitter could permanently change how small businesses operate to include hyper-local marketing, advertising, financial information, customer service, data mining, product and service alerts and micropayments. 3 min read This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. Take Advantage of Twitter
March 10, 2009 – Swissray International Inc. said today that they have been awarded a new contract by the Department of Veterans Affairs to sell their complete line of digital radiography (DR) systems. This contract allows any branch of the Department of Defense, VA Medical Centers or Government Agencies to purchase directly from Swissray. With exercisable option years the contract could be effective until December 2016.Prior to being awarded this contract Swissray held a contract with the Defense Supply Center of Philadelphia. Swissray has installed their film-less direct DR systems into many Veterans Administration Hospitals and Department of Defense Base Hospitals over the past nine years.For more information: www.swissray.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Advanced Visualization | February 25, 2019 Philips and Microsoft Showcase Augmented Reality for Image-Guided Minimally Invasive Therapies Philips will unveil a new mixed reality concept developed together with Microsoft that the company says is designed for… read more News | March 10, 2009 Swissray Awarded U.S. Government Contract News | Computed Tomography (CT) | March 04, 2019 Aidoc Announces CE Mark for AI-based Pulmonary Embolism Workflow Tool Artificial intelligence (AI) radiology solution provider Aidoc announced the commercial release of its CE-marked… read more Philips and Microsoft have partnered to develop an augmented reality system to help imporve workflow and procedural navigation in the cath lab. Physicians wearing visors can view and interact with true 3-D holograms above the patient on the table and manipulate the image with voice and hand motion commands to avoid breaking the sterile field. Technology | Interventional Radiology | June 24, 2019 Mentice and Siemens Healthineers Integrate VIST Virtual Patient With Artis Icono Angiography System Siemens Healthineers and Mentice AB announced the collaboration to fully integrate Mentice’s VIST Virtual Patient into… read more Technology | Radiation Dose Management | April 04, 2019 Omega Medical Imaging Launches AI-enabled FluoroShield for Radiation Reduction The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted Omega Medical Imaging 510(k) clearance to offer their artificial… read more 360 Photos | Angiography | May 17, 2019 360 View Inside a Cath/EP Lab at Baylor Heart Hospital This is a view inside one of the 11 cath labs at … read more Technology | Mobile C-Arms | February 18, 2019 Philips Launches Zenition Mobile C-arm Platform Philips announced the launch of Philips Zenition, its new mobile C-arm imaging platform. Mobile C-arms are X-ray… read more Related Content Technology | Radiation Dose Management | May 23, 2019 ControlRad Announces FDA Clearance and Launch of ControlRad Trace ControlRad Inc. announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted 510(k) clearance for its ControlRad… read more Technology | Angiography | March 01, 2019 iSchemaView Launches RAPID Angio iSchemaView announced the release of RAPID Angio, a complete neuroimaging solution for the angiography suite that… read more News | CT Angiography (CTA) | July 24, 2019 WVU Medicine Installs First Alphenix 4D CT in the U.S. The West Virginia University (WVU) Heart and Vascular Institute is the first hospital in the country to acquire the… read more News | CT Angiography (CTA) | July 11, 2019 Mednax National Cardiac Centers of Excellence Program Highlighted at SCCT 2019 Mednax Inc. and Mednax Radiology Solutions announced that Chief Medical Officer Ricardo C. Cury, M.D., FSCCT, will… read more
Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact An open letter from Carson Palmer.Carson calls it a career » https://t.co/3tkaqIqQaD#CheersToCarson pic.twitter.com/9m8Qs5yWpQ— Arizona Cardinals (@AZCardinals) January 2, 2018The announcement comes a day after head coach Bruce Arians announced his on Monday.Like Arians, Palmer is calling it a career after five years with the Cardinals. Top Stories Palmer was acquired from the Oakland Raiders on April 2, 2013, for a 2013 sixth-round pick and a conditional pick in the 2014 NFL Draft.In his first season, Palmer led the Cardinals to a 10-6 record. His 4,274 yards passing that season made him the first player in NFL history to throw for at least 4,000 yards for three different teams.The 2014 season would be the first haunted by injuries. Two days after he received a three-year $50 million extension, he re-tore his ACL against the St. Louis Rams and would miss the rest of the season. Even without Palmer, the Cardinals would reach the playoffs with a record of 11-5, falling to the Carolina Panthers in the Wild Card round.Palmer would have the best season of his career in 2015. His 4,671 yards and 35 touchdowns were a franchise record. He went 13-3 as a starter, making his third Pro Bowl.For his success, he received one vote for the NFL’s MVP award, with one other vote going to Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and the other 48 going to the award winner, Panthers quarterback Cam Newton.He helped lead the Cardinals to a 26-20 overtime win over the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Divisional Round, him and Arians’ lone playoff win in the Valley. In that game, Palmer went 25-of-41 for 349 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions. His 75-yard pass to Larry Fitzgerald opened overtime and a five-yard touchdown pass to Fitzgerald two plays later won the game. Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer announced his retirement Tuesday.The Cardinals tweeted out an open letter from Palmer. Palmer’s 2016 saw him regress down to 4,233 yards with 26 touchdowns and 14 interceptions. The team went 7-8-1.This season, Palmer played in seven games, throwing for 1,978 yards, nine touchdowns and seven interceptions. He sat out the rest of the season after breaking his arm against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 7.The 38-year-old threw for more than 46,000 yards and 294 touchdowns in his 15-year career.Some of his many Cardinals records include the most seasons with 4,000 or more passing yards (three) and most games with 400 or more passing yards (three).Palmer signed a one-year extension in 2016 that would have had him play through the 2018 season.Cardinals quarterbacks Drew Stanton, Blaine Gabbert and Matt Barkley are not all under contract for next season. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer (3) leaves the field injured during the first half of an NFL football game against Los Angeles Rams at Twickenham Stadium in London, Sunday Oct. 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham) 78 Comments Share
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com. and re-emphasized his commitment to following the scientific community’s so-called decadal surveys reports prepared every 10 years that are meant to guide NASA’s investments The most recent earth science survey out earlier this year endorsed NASA’s existing plans including the endangered missions And although Bridenstine cannot comment on what next year’s budget proposal will look like he’s aware of this endorsement he said citing CLARREO and PACE by name "It seems to me that those will be projects that need to be considered in the president’s budget request to fund" Bridenstine said By the start of the next budget cycle in early 2019 he added the OCO-3 should be launched into space for mounting onto the International Space Station "It’s going to be off the table" He was less committed to the Earth-facing instruments of the Deep Space Climate Observatory which has long been an object of derision among Republicans given that it was born from an idea of former Vice President Al Gore But he noted the mission’s operating budget is small a few million dollars a year "I would imagine that we can cover that by other ways" he said without noting an exact plan "I think they all could end up in good shape" Bridenstine’s embrace of these missions goes hand-in-hand with his evolution on climate change turning from an occasional critic of the scientific consensus to a supporter of the realities of human-driven global warming "I want to be clear" he said "I do believe that carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas—over 400 parts per million at this point which is greater volumes than we’ve seen before And that’s because of human activity" Although CMS has ended other climate-related missions under development are continuing he noted such as the Global Ecosystem Dynamics Investigation a laser ranger to study forests and GeoCarb which will make geostationary measures of carbon flows in the Western Hemisphere next decade "We spend over $100 million dollars annually … on carbon monitoring at NASA" Bridenstine said "We’re committed to that And I’m committed to that" One concern for Bridenstine since taking NASA’s helm has been the agency’s beleaguered astrophysics division with news that its troubled flagship the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) would once again be delayed until 2020 and could possibly blow through a congressionally set $8 billion budget cap The agency’s independent review is not ready to say if that threshold will be exceeded Bridenstine said However even if it is he will work with Congress to get the telescope reauthorized—"no small task" he added "I’m committed to the mission … And when I testify to Congress I’m going to encourage them to be committed to this mission We’ve gone a very long way now and at this point the science that we’re going to get back from the James Webb is sufficiently important that we need to finish the project" Such flagship missions as the JWST and its successor the Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST) do take a toll when they get delayed and chew up budgets a factor that’s on his mind "What science are we not doing because we’re continuing to deliver on the James Webb Space Telescope And that’s going be a significant cost" The administration has proposed cutting the WFIRST a development Congress opposed And although NASA will follow Congress’s direction on the WFIRST it needs to think about how decisions about such large projects are made in the future Bridenstine said "There is hesitation going forward with another massive flagship mission like that when you could in many ways have smaller missions that are distributed or disaggregated if you will that can in some cases produce different types of science—but still groundbreaking science civilization-changing science … Then if one them or even a number of them go over cost or have schedule delays it doesn’t break the bank for all of the other missions" Bridenstine has also endorsed the administration’s focus on going back to the moon He says the advent of reusable rockets and the miniaturization of electronics among other advances will make this pivot sustainable unlike similar programs in the past while not derailing the goal of landing humans on Mars The lunar plan not yet financed by Congress would twin NASA’s science and exploration directorates and envisions a small fleet of "commercial" landers returning to the moon soon How soon "Aggressively next year" Bridenstine said "Definitely by 2020" Larger more capable rovers and landers would follow and ultimately astronauts Mars is still the end goal he added "I’ve heard people say that every dollar you spend going to the moon is a dollar you’re not spending going to Mars We do not want to go to Mars and have our astronauts be marshmallows on the surface of Mars That is not the goal We want them to survive We want them to thrive We want them to do science And the way to do that is to use the moon as a proving ground so that when we are landing on Mars we’re capable of doing those things" In 2020 NASA will launch its next SUV-size rover to the Red Planet to collect some 30 rock cores that will be cached on the surface Last year the agency’s associate administrator for science Thomas Zurbuchen proposed a nimble framework for returning these samples to Earth dubbed "skinny sample return" Bridenstine admitted he had not yet looked at the details of that plan but said "we’re committed to Mars sample return "I can tell you I put a lot of trust into Thomas Zurbuchen If he thinks it’s a good idea I probably think it’s a good idea too" Beyond NASA’s science portfolio Bridenstine reiterated the need to think about what to do with the International Space Station after 2025 (He has proposed some sort of commercialization) And he echoed support for the Space Launch System designed to put humans in space at least until there’s an acceptable viable commercial alternative that can deliver all its same capabilities It’s a lot of decisions for any one person to 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