first_imgBrentford could find out in the next 48 hours whether they will be able to bring Everton youngster Jake Bidwell back to Griffin Park.Bidwell impressed while on loan with the Bees last season and manager Uwe Rosler has waited patiently for Everton to decide whether the left-back will be allowed to return.Summer signing Tony Craig can play at left-back as well as in the centre of defence, but Rosler is keen to have Bidwell in his squad.The 19-year-old made 24 appearances for Brentford after arriving at the club last November.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img

first_imgcurt hopkins Related Posts 9 Books That Make Perfect Gifts for Industry Ex… 5 Outdoor Activities for Beating Office Burnout Saturday was the 395th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare. (Some believe it is also the 447th anniversary of his birth.) Shakespeare is, arguably, the world’s greatest playwright. He is certainly the most produced and most translated one. For those who think he’s overrated, fine. But some national literatures, like Poland’s, grew out of the effort of translating Shakespeare into the native language. Unsurprisingly, the fastest-growing technology, the social Web, has mostly kept pace with the playwright. So here is a short list of ways online to either discover Shakespeare, rediscover him or just compare and contrast. There is an aesthetic, after all, to the intersection of technology and art. Dig. The Complete Works of William Shakespeare. MIT’s online resource for all the texts of Shakespeare’s work for free. Open Source Shakespeare. Download and print any of Shakespeare’s work.The Folios. Facsimiles of the first four printed folios. Shakespeare Authorship. If you find working class people objectionable, or perhaps believe that 9/11 was an “inside job,” you’ll probably find the “authorship question” to your liking. You may not like this site, however, as it seems to demand scholarship from Antistratfordians that Antistratfordians do not demand of themselves.Shakespearean Insult Generator. Enjoy, thou surly dizzy-eyed puttock! You don’t like it? Then perhaps you’ll enjoy the Shakespearean Insulter, thou spongy brazen-faced scullian.Shakespearean Festivals and Theatres. See the plays in their original context, on the boards. Folger Podcasts. Podcasts from the American home of Shakespeare resources, the Folger Library in DC. Royal Shakespeare Company on YouTube. The RSC‘s main page would not open for us. (Come on, guys. Seriously?) But their YouTube channel shows a great deal of this world leader’s work. Stratford Festival. Canada’s Stratford Festival is one of the world’s largest and they have done better than average in using social media to connect with fans. (The average, to be clear, is unbelievably low.) Apps. Developers have created applications for both the Android and the iPhone. The problem is, most of the Android apps are just text-based and most of the iPhone offerings are just…trailers. One thing I’ve had some grief finding is a central source for MP3s of Shakespeare plays, poems and essays. If you have a source you like, as well as other resources, including podcasts and blogs, please drop them in the comments. Chandos portrait via Wikipediacenter_img 4 Keys to a Kid-Safe App Tags:#art#web 12 Unique Gifts for the Hard-to-Shop-for People…last_img read more

first_imgMinister of Health, Hon. Dr. Fenton Ferguson, says the Government is moving to widen dental care to rural areas and to the most vulnerable in the society, and is also ensuring that the sector receives significant upgrading, in order to protect the safety of the public. Delivering the opening address at the 49th Annual Convention of the Jamaica Dental Association (JDA), held on Thursday, May 2, at the Ritz Carlton Golf and Spa Resort, in Rose Hall, Montego Bay, the Minister said reform of the dental sector is on a priority list, and that the post of Director of Dental Services has been elevated to Chief Dental Officer. “Amendment of the Dental Act, and the Regulations (will be undertaken), as part of the modernization of dentistry in Jamaica, in order to protect the public’s safety, through the setting and enforcement of reliable and consistent standards. I will also ensure the establishment of a national dental examination Board, which will be responsible for ensuring high competent standards,” the Minister said. “The work is at an advanced stage; we have now received comments from the Attorney General’s Chambers, and we expect some early movement. I call on the leadership in the dental sector to make haste in doing the necessary submissions that should have come out of previous consultations,” Dr. Ferguson urged. The Minister explained that the reform process would achieve a relevant and modern framework to govern and regulate oral health service in Jamaica, and give it importance as other areas in the medical arena, while extending oral care to underserved sections of the island. “I am working to ensure that dental services will be a parallel system to that of medicine,” the Minister said. Dr. Ferguson noted that in line with the reform process, a new Dental Council, Dental Auxiliary Advisory Board and a Dental Appeals Tribunal were recently appointed. By Garfield Angus, JIS Reporterlast_img read more

first_imgNational City World Cup fans asked not to celebrate in streets Posted: June 26, 2018 June 26, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, KUSI Newsroom NATIONAL CITY (KUSI) – Police are asking soccer fans to avoid celebrating in National City’s roadways ahead of Wednesday’s World Cup match between Mexico and Sweden.Fans have congregated on Highland Avenue following recent games. Most celebrated peacefully, though some left the safety of sidewalks and parking lots and went into the street.“Those types of actions are not only dangerous for fans, but motorists who may have to maneuver around fans and other vehicles,” the National City Police Department said.Mexico will face off against Sweden on Wednesday at 7 a.m. after beating South Korea 2-1 and Germany 1-0.Related: National City fans flood the streets to celebrate Mexico victory in World Cup Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

first_imgMcGuirl, who has overseen the production launch of O, The Oprah Magazine, and the print processes and quality control of all Hearst titles including Food Network Magazine, has been integral in further testing for fully compliant PDFX4 files, which improves system and process times. Another initiative he finds important is to ”raise the awareness among the ad community about the importance of including the ISO 12647-7 Digital Control Strip on their supplied proofs for better print predictability.”VITAL STATS: Hearst Magazines’ manufacturing and production efficiencies have seen $1 million in realized savings from 2005-2006; since then, McGuirl says they have continued to see “significant savings” in their advancement of workflow technologies. In the early part of the decade, Hearst Magazines recognized the necessity of rebuilding its workflow.These new workflow implementations included assigning each magazine a digital imaging specialist, creating a color-managed environment, providing basic color-theory training for all of its art and production departments and analyzing each department’s workflow, along with other changes.William McGuirl, who has been with Hearst Magazines for more than 15 years, was key in implementing these upgrades, which ultimately resulted in a realized savings of $1 million within a year from when the 2005 efficiencies were put in place. When in 2006 McGuirl took over the role as director of quality assurance, he cites continued “significant savings” from these processes.Hearst Magazines was one of the forerunners to use a completely virtual K4 workflow for all of its titles to create post-production, press-ready digital files, has eliminated pre-media proofing. “Hearst is currently involved with virtual proofing and we are testing the waters with three printers: Quebecor World, Brown and Quad,” says McGuirl. The publisher hasn’t incurred huge costs by implementing the technology, he says.last_img read more

first_img Facebook Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan Blocks Ticket Bots ticketmasters-verified-fan-successfully-blocks-ticket-bots Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan Successfully Blocks Ticket Bots Twitter Email News NETWORK ERRORCannot Contact ServerRELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO May 15, 2017 – 1:50 am Watch: Adele wins Album Of The Year for ’25’ The program to block ticket bots and brokers from buying tickets shows a 90 percent success rateRenée FabianGRAMMYs Sep 8, 2017 – 6:12 pm The battle against ticket bots has plagued the ticket sales industry, and especially the live music business. But Live Nation’s Ticketmaster seems to be making strides with their Verified Fan program. Verified Fan separates actual music fans from bots and scalpers by allowing fans to pre-register to order tickets. Once the system verifies an actual human is looking to purchase tickets as opposed to a bot, the fan receives a pre-registration code that “unlocks the opportunity to purchase tickets.”According to Live Nation CEO Michael Rapino, they’ve had a 90 percent success rate so far, which is crucial for fans who want to land a ticket to see their favorite artists. The demand is always higher than the number of tickets available. For example, more than 10 million Adele fans attempted to buy tickets for her 2016 tour, but only 400,000 seats were available.As demand for live shows continues to increase, blocking bots is good for both fans and business alike.”There’s probably not been an industry with compounded growth as consistent as the live music business,” Rapino said. “Live concerts continually ranked in the top three things that a consumer wants to attend every year as their escape.”Apple Secures Deal With Warner Music Grouplast_img read more

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — The Wilmington Farmers Market will be open this Sunday, March 10, 2019, from 2pm to 4pm, in the Wilmington United Methodist Church (87 Church Street).March 10 Farmers Market Lineup:Vendors:Arrowhead FarmFrom Sea To You Sea Glass PicturesGrateful TastesGrazing Platter BoardsHannah’s HerbalsKC Styles Jewelry & AccessoriesMa & Pa’s PicklesPolish Prince PierogisPurple Carrot BreadSeafood ExpressSusan Anton LMTSweet Lydia’sAdditional Attractions:Kids Craft (Squishies) at the Kids TableBillerica Cat Care Coalition at Community TableLike Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWhat To Expect At The Wilmington Farmers Market On Sunday, September 8In “Community”What To Expect At The Wilmington Farmers Market On August 11In “Community”What To Expect At The Wilmington Farmers Market On August 18In “Community”last_img read more

first_imgThe country’s development prospects will be bleak if the projected growth of population is not controlled immediately, a Prothom Alo roundtable was told on Monday.Already, experts said, Bangladesh is facing a variety of challenges, including employment and shortage of land due to the huge size of population on a small landmass.They added, Bangladesh’s earlier success in population growth control has been stagnated in recent times, and emphasised the urgent need for revitalising the past family planning programmes, resuming visits to door to door by field workers.”Our dream to become a middle income country will be jeoparadised if the population is not managed,” Hossain Zullur, executive chairman of Power and Participation Research Centre (PPRC), said presenting the keynote at the workshop.”The success we have achieved has become stagnant as we have relaxed our past strategy to visit door to door for campaign to create awareness about the family planning,” added the economist, also a former caretaker government adviser.The roundtable titled ‘family planning: empowerment of people and development of nation’, was organised at the Prothom Alo office with support from the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). The discussion was moderated by Prothom Alo associate editor Abdul Qayyum.According to the 2011 population census, the country’s recent population is more than 160.30 million and it is projected to be 280 million by 2061, it was mentioned in the keynote. Technical officer of family planning of UNFPA Abu Sayed Hasan authored it.On the current situation, Hossain Zillur Rahman said the country is facing the crisis of employment opportunity.Around 2.2 million people are adding to the workforce, but 700,000 people are being provided with jobs domestically and another 500,000 people abroad, he pointed out.Hossain Zillur said the land cannot be found for implementing the projects.In 20 years between 1994 and 2014, the proportion of women visited by family planning field workers has been almost halved.However, director general of family planning Kazi Mustafa Sarwar said over 400 physicians have been appointed to strengthen the family planning activities in the field level.Speaking as the chief guest, health minister Mohammad Naism said the population growth in Sylhet and Chittagong is very high as being conservative, the people there do not want to receive family planning methods.He urged Prothom Alo authorities to arrange seminars and discussions at slum and rural areas and he will attend those, rather arranging it in drawing rooms and conference halls.Law maker Fazilatunnesa Bappy said family planning activities are very urgently needed to implement sustainable development goals (SDG).She said men also have to be included in the programmes.Chairman of Population Science Department at Dhaka University professor Aminul Haque said the family planning is not possible only by controlling birth. Overall matters including health and education have to be included in the planning.Actress Peya Jannatul said the people have to be made aware through drama.Youth representative Tasneem Jara said women have to be empowered by providing them with knowledge about contraception.Youths have to be utilised as they want to work on population issues, she added.While moderating, Abdul Qayyum said the additional population is number one problem.”We have not achieved progress to our desired level. We have to increase investment,” he said.Line director at the directorate of family planning Moinuddin Ahmed, chief of party USAID-DFID NGO Health Service Delivery Project Halida Hanum Akhtar, Associate of Population Council Sharif Mohammed Ismail Hossain, Ipas country manager Sayed Rubayet, Islamic Foundation Director Khijir Hayat Khan and genereral manager of SMC Toslim Uddin Khan, among others, also spoke.last_img read more

first_imgA group of BNP leaders placing wreaths at party founder Ziaur Rahman`s grave in the city. Photo: Prothom AloThe Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) fears prime minister Sheikh Hasina’s comment alleging compalicity of its chairperson Khaleda Zia and her son Tarique Rahman with 21 August 21 grenade attack may influence the verdict of the case.A day after the prime minister had brought fresh allegations naming Khaleda Zia, BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Wednesday expressed his party’s concern about fair judgement in such a context.Premier Hasina on Tuesday said there is no doubt that BNP, its chief Khaleda Zia and her son Tarique Rahman were involved in the brutal grenade attack on an Awami League rally on 21 August 2004.The BNP secretary general came up with his party reaction while talking to reporters after placing wreaths at party founder Ziaur Rahman’s grave in the city, marking the Eid-ul-Azha, reports UNB.”The prime minister’s comment has exposed that the government wants to completely control the judiciary. They also want to detect who are involved and who is not in advance,” he said.Protesting at the prime minister’s comment, Mirza Fakhrul said it will be impossible for the investigators and judges to work neutrally and independently to deal with the 21 August case when the prime minister, who is also the chief executive, makes such comments.”Our chairperson has already been in jail. They (govt) are again plotting to convict her in the name of so-called trial,” he claimed.Fakhrul said they are spending Eid days with ‘broken heart’ since the BNP chief is in jail.The BNP leader also alleged that the judiciary cannot work independently now due to government’s interference as “they (govt) have completely politicised the judiciary and are now trying to politicise the verdict as well.”Earlier, Fakrul along with party senior leaders and activists went to Zia’s grave around 11 am and offered Fateha there.They also off.ered a munajat seeking eternal peace of Zia’s departed soul.last_img

first_imgKolkata: The Maulana Azad College authorities have decided to postpone the Annual Inter-College Students’ Fest in the wake of unrest between two groups of students. Trouble brewed during organising the event.A clash had broken out in the college on March 7 and four students were injured. The annual event of the college was scheduled to be held on March 22 and 23. The college principal’s office issued a notification in this regard on Saturday night. “The situation in the college has been tense since Thursday and there have been sporadic instances of clashes. This has prompted us to postpone the event,” a senior college official said. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseA source in the college said the clash broke out between two student groups with each one intending to have control of the funds for the two-day event. The situation turned so violent that forces from two police stations —Taltala and New Market — had to intervene to bring situation under control. The practical examination of third-year students was going on at the college at the time of the clash and tension on the college premises created panic among the examinees. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataIt may be mentioned that local MP Sudip Bandopadhyay had attended a programme in the college in the morning and had announced some funds from his MPLAD for construction of the ladies hostel at the college. Soon after Bandyopadhay left, the two groups of students picked up a fight with each other. The Trinamool Chatra Parishad unit in the college however attributed the violence to outsiders who were against organising the annual college event. The event was scheduled to be held after a gap of five years.last_img read more