APTN National NewsThe RCMP confirmed what APTN National News first revealed last week that the alleged killer of a six year-old boy on a Saskatchewan First Nation is a child himself.Officers told media Tuesday in Regina they are working with social welfare officials to figure out the next steps.APTN’s Larissa Burnouf has been covering this story.
SEATTLE — Prospective home buyers in Seattle as late as last year faced the prospect of entering bidding wars or getting edged out by competitors with cash. That’s not the case anymore.At one point in 2017, 92 per cent of homes sold in the city featured multiple bidders, the Seattle Times reported . Since then, there’s been a cooling of the market.Just 21 per cent of homes sold in Seattle in November had multiple bidders, according to the Redfin real estate brokerage firm. It’s the lowest rate since the firm began tracking in 2011.Seattle now has the lowest rate of bidding wars among cities tracked by Redfin, the company said.Across the broader Seattle metro area, 79 per cent of homes had multiple offers in 2017. That has fallen to 25 per cent, also the lowest on record.For buyers, finding a home in the overheated market could be depressing. Some made offers and were immediately outbid, sometimes by $100,000 or more, or lost out to competitors offering cash.Home buyers sometimes had so sign away rights, such as backing out of a sale if the home was damaged.As late as February, Seattle led the nation in home sales with more than one bidder, but the change has been rapid.The number of buyers continues to fall and more sellers are seeing homes stay unsold for weeks, prompting them to cut list prices.The new scenario gives prospective buyers several advantages. With homes selling on average in three to four weeks, up from one week a year ago, buyers have more time to think over one of the biggest purchases of their lives.Sellers largely no longer “offer review dates,” a deadline for buyers to submit their bids, usually a week after the listing goes live, said Peng Tea, a broker for John L. Scott. Instead, they take bids on a first-come, first-served basis.Buyers also are getting a break on terms. Fewer are being asked for nonrefundable earnest money and sellers have been more willing to fix things such as defective plumbing.“You’ll have a much higher likelihood of keeping some protections for yourself as a buyer,” Tea said. “It’s a much more favourable market for a buyer today, especially as you go toward the higher price points. You have more power to negotiate.”Several reasons are behind the cooling market. Interest rates rose, which cut into buyers’ earnings power. Rents in the past year stayed flat, lessening pressure on people to buy. Prices grew more than twice as fast as incomes for half a decade, making it harder to purchase homes.Brokers also report reported less investment money from Chinese buyers more likely to make all-cash offers.Seattle reflects a national trend. Markets are cooling in other areas, especially in pricey West Coast cities.The national rate of multiple bids was 22 per cent in November, the lowest in at least seven years, and down from 59 per cent at the start of the spring, according to Redfin.___Information from: The Seattle Times, http://www.seattletimes.comThe Associated Press
JAMMU: A teenager was killed and 32 others were injured Thursday in a grenade attack by suspected terrorists in the crowded general bus stand area in the heart of the city, officials said. This is the third grenade attack by terrorists in Jammu bus stand since May last year, viewed by security agencies as an attempt to disturb communal harmony and peace in the city. Mohammad Sharik, 17, a resident of Haridwar in Uttarakhand, who was among 33 people brought to the hospital, succumbed to splinter injuries in the chest, the officials said. Also Read – IAF Day: Tributes paid to soldiers killed in line of duty in JammuThe condition of four more injured persons was “critical” and two of them were operated upon by the doctors to save their lives, they said. The injured included 11 residents of Kashmir, two from Bihar and one each from Chhattisgarh and Haryana, the officials said. The person who threw the grenade has been arrested, police said, adding he is a Hizbul Mujahideen operative and had reached Jammu from Kulgam this morning. Police say they identified him using CCTV footage. Also Read – Shashi Tharoor writes to PM Modi: Don’t let your ‘mann ki baat’ become ‘maun ki baat'”Camera footage was examined and based on oral testimony of witnesses we were able to identify a suspect. He was wearing jeans and a red rucksack. We were on the lookout for anyone matching the description. The accused was arrested and he confessed to his crime. Hizbul commander from Kulgam had tasked him with the grenade attack,” said Jammu and Kashmir Police’s Manish K Sinha. The police said the grenade was under a bus at a bus stand in the heart of the city. Most of the injured, an officer said, are bus drivers and conductors. It is unclear if there were people inside the bus. Police parties along with sniffer dogs and forensic experts rushed to the spot and launched a search operation to catch the attacker, officials said. The attack comes a week after the Indian Air Force carried out air strikes on the biggest terror camp of Jaish-e Mohammad in Pakistan’s Balakot. Jaish has taken responsibility for the February 14 attack, surprising security forces who said the group’s top order in the state has been wiped out.
Gold prices helped lift the Toronto stock market into positive territory on Thursday, as Wall Street weakened on disappointing earnings and a weak outlook for the Chinese economy.The S&P/TSX composite index initially opened down but was soon up 11.10 points to 13,999.30, propped up mainly by the gold sector.The Canadian dollar is trading below 90 cents US for the first time since mid-2009. The loonie dropped to 89.91 cents U.S in early trading, down 0.28 of a cent from the previous close. The dollar fell nearly a cent on Wednesday following the Bank of Canada’s latest interest rate announcement.In commodities, the February gold bullion contract rose $18.40 to US$1,257 an ounce. The TSX gold sector rose 3.4 per cent.The energy sector was flat as the March crude oil contract on the New York Mercantile Exchange gained 43 cents to US$97.16 a barrel.On Wall Street, stocks moved sharply lower after several companies reported disappointing results and as signs emerged that manufacturing in China was set to contract.The Dow Jones industrials dropped 158.68 points to 16,214.66, the Nasdaq was 34.94 points lower at 4,208.06 and the S&P 500 index was off 15.63 points to 1,829.50.A preliminary reading of HSBC’s purchasing managers’ index for China dipped this month to the lowest level since July.Several U.S. companies were lower after reporting quarterly results, including KeyCorp, Johnson Controls and Jacobs Engineering.In economic data, Statistics Canada says retail sales rose 0.6 per cent in November to $41 billion, the fourth increase in five months.Separately, it reported that 512,300 people were getting regular employment insurance benefits in November, a number virtually unchanged from October.Dorel Industries Inc. (TSX:DII.B) is closing an assembly and testing facility in Pennsylvania and moving a research and development unit in Connecticut in a cost-reduction effort at its Recreational and Leisure segment, which makes bicycles. Dorel says about 100 employees will be affected globally. Dorel shares were down 30 cents to $40.91.Canadian cheesemaker Saputo Inc. (TSX:SAP) has emerged victorious in a bidding war for Warrnambool Cheese and Butter after Australia’s largest dairy producer called off the battle. The Murray Goulburn Co-Operative will sell its shares to Saputo, and expects to receive at least AU$92.8 million cash in return. Saputo shares rose 24 cents to $52.93.McDonald’s Corp. earned $1.4 billion, or $1.40 per share, in the fourth quarter, which is a penny more than Wall Street expected. The world’s biggest hamburger chain also reported that global sales slipped 0.1 per cent at established locations. In the U.S., where it recently revamped its Dollar Menu, the figure fell 1.4 per cent. McDonald’s shares rained 23 cents to US$95.11.Target Corp. (NYSE:TGT) says it’s laying off 475 employees worldwide, adding to the 700 positions it has eliminated over the past six months. The decision comes nearly two weeks after the retailer lowered its fourth-quarter profit outlook as it grapples with the fallout of a massive security breach. Shares of the retailer fell 37 cents to $58.61.In Europe, Germany’s DAX slipped 0.6 per cent to 9,662 and the FTSE 100 index of leading British companies lost 0.3 per cent to 6,804. But France’s CAC 40 was up 0.3 per cent to 4,312.Japan’s Nikkei 225 dropped 0.8 per cent to close at 15,695.89 and Hong Kong’s Hang Seng sank 1.5 per cent to 22,733.90. South Korea’s Kospi lost 1.2 per cent to 1,947.59.The Shanghai Composite Index in mainland China retreated 0.5 per cent to 2,042.18. Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 fell 1.1 per cent to 5,263.00.
Haiden Suarez Noa confessed to killing his girlfriend in March, 2013. A Hamilton jury saw and heard what he told police the day after 36-year-old Tania Cowell was killed in her Stoney Creek apartment. 38-year-old Haiden Suarez Noa sat hunched over, rubbing his face in his hands many times as that confession video played. He described to a Hamilton detective basically what happened the night Tania Cowell was stabbed to death, but not why. On March 9, 2013, Tania Cowell was at home with their then five-month old son. The couple had been arguing over text message since the previous day. Cowell wanted Suarez Noa to do more housework, but she eventually allowed him to come home. He had been in Guelph, working and then eating with friends. He arrived at the apartment around 8:00 pm. A few hours later, the couple fought, and Cowell was attacked. Suarez Noa wouldn’t tell detectives why he grabbed a knife from the kitchen and stabbed Cowell eleven times in the face, chest and back. We heard audio in a second police interview in which Suarez Noa complained of Cowell’s nagging. The crown has now rested her case and the judge confirmed with Haiden Suarez Noa’s lawyers that they will take the weekend to decide whether to present a defense case. The defense doesn’t have to present any evidence, but it could, for example, put Haiden Suarez Noa on the stand. The case resumes Monday November 16.
TO DESCRIBE THE life of second level education as hectic is an understatement. Teaching was once said to be a vocation, I like to think of teaching as a profession of great importance. I struggle to think of any other profession which has a greater impact upon the lives of children. As a colleague recently said to me, we are in the business of educating children and unfortunately that business has increasingly come under threat in recent years.The average teacher (and I use that term very loosely here) at second level works 22 hours a week, 167 days a year spread over three terms. To clarify, this is what second level teachers are paid for and to further shatter the myth, the pay for 167 days contact time at 22 hours per week is paid over a 12 month period. Now that that chestnut has been thoroughly roasted let’s discuss an average teacher’s working day and week and the challenges that entails.Fantasy and realityAn average teacher will have roughly 33 contact class periods per week in which they are expected to deliver the curriculum of their chosen subject. These curricula are laid down by the Department of Education and Science and there are detailed learning outcomes, teaching strategies, aims, objectives and many other wonderful aspirations which are designed to help the children of the nation obtain the best possible future. The reality is far removed from the fantasy.Teachers are paid to deliver curricula that are cumbersome, ill defined and often do not serve the needs of the students. The delivery and implementation of the recent Project Maths scheme is just one example of the unplanned and haphazard approach to education in Ireland today. The discussions and plans for the proposed Junior Cycle reform are also frightening and I shudder to consider what will emerge from the mind of the minister next. Thirty-three class periods is the basic minimum of a teachers working life.The challenges associated with teaching a class in any of Ireland’s second level schools deserves a dissertation all of its own. A class teacher is expected to manage, monitor and control the behaviour of increasingly larger class sizes due to budgetary cuts. While managing a class of 30 adolescents is do-able it is difficult, especially considering the challenges of delivering the curriculum, dealing with differentiation in the classroom, learning difficulties of some students, embedding key skills, co-operative learning (group work), sharing learning outcomes and aims, assessment for learning and homework. All in 40 minutes. Nine times a day. Five days a week. On average.Extra-curricular activitiesNone of this includes the hours, upon hours of preparation time. Detailing schemes of work and preparing handouts, notes and basic educational material that every student not only needs but deserves. Simple things like organising a class room to make it a comfortable and accessible learning environment and to promote teaching and learning takes more than a few hours a week, it takes months or years to get right.The correction and assessment of homework, which is probably the most important part of the job, takes hours a week. Children and young adults only learn through their mistakes and rely on the feedback from their teachers.Then there are the extra-curricular activities that many teachers engage in, in their own free time. This may often entail washing jerseys for a team or travelling great distances with a debate or quiz team, staying after hours to prepare for a music event or organise field trips. This is all happening right now in Ireland. This work goes on the length and breadth of the country – largely unnoticed – just like the challenges that the teaching profession are now enduring.Arguably the most pressing challenges facing the Irish education system at the moment are the erosion of the status of the profession and the lack of finance.Firstly, teaching is no longer an attractive profession for young Irish students. The illusion of all the holidays and the ‘handy’ life has been thoroughly shattered. The inept nature of the teacher unions and the complete lack of understanding of successive ministers and governments in terms of the basic needs and provisions of Irish education are staggering.Secondly, increased class sizes, a freeze on recruitment and the lack of adequate professional oversight has, I fear, irreparably damaged the morale of many within education. A professional body was formed to regulate and run the teaching profession, financed by teachers, many of whom have yet to see the benefits of this organisation.The public’s perception of teachingThe biggest problem is the public perception of the teaching profession. The “excessive” holidays that teachers “enjoy” is a contentious issue for many people and is a complex issue all of its own and requires a far greater discussion. The other target is the ‘job for life’ argument. This is absolutely ludicrous. There are thousands of teachers working in Ireland today with little or no security of tenure in their employment and no prospects of this changing in the near future. Education is the backbone of any economy and sadly the lack of adequate investment in the futures of Irish children is both short-sighted and irresponsible.With all this in mind, I hear you ask, why do you teach? The simple answer is I, like many of my colleagues, know nothing else but the need and the desire to help.From my own perspective there, is nothing better than being there in the moment when a child of 15 or 18 opens their Junior or Leaving Certificate results. To see that unconstrained and pure joy, in that moment, makes everything worthwhile. It’s not the student who gets the A, because you maybe always hoped he/she would, it’s the lad who got the C, the lad who worked so hard and struggled through every lesson, assignment and exam and drank in your every recommendation and when there was nothing left to give achieved the seemingly impossible.That is job satisfaction. That is why I teach. That is what gives me hope.Gerry Sutton has been a teacher at second level for 11 years with a Master’s and PhD in History.
Read: It just got easier to get home from the Christmas party> THE MINISTER FOR Public and Commuter Transport Alan Kelly took to castigating the small minded plebeians of the nation this week, telling us in an Irish Times interview that ‘middle- class snobbishness’ is curtailing public transport use in the country.“Some people believe public transport is something that other social classes use and do not see it as the ‘middle class’ thing to do. This is especially true for bus transport,” said the TD for the Middle Class Guilt Party.“People’s negative impressions can be very strong and deeply ingrained, but they have to be tackled and ultimately changed,” we were told, a wet day after this publication carried a story about a man dropping his trousers to inject heroin into his testicles on a Luas. On a related note, Gardaí on Monday announced that they will have a presence on public transport over the holiday period.There are many things reducing the market for public transport in Ireland. The now very regular fare increases that, at several times the rate of inflation, narrow the cost gap for many people between driving and taking public transport is a major feature. People place a non-monetary value on convenience and comfort, and if the monetary difference between driving themselves and taking public transport narrows too much then they’ll take their cars.Poor serviceGenerally poor service and a lack of faith in management to address shortcomings also runs through the feedback seen on this publication and elsewhere from regular and occasional commuters alike. For example, one interesting thread running through comments is the very simple matter of speedy Dublin Bus drivers having great difficulty with the concept of gradual braking in their ten ton standing room only machines that are, in any event, sans seatbelts.Complaints about punctuality, reliability, cleanliness and other areas of operation are widespread. I don’t think it’s particularly snobbish to not want to put up with crap service at a high price compared to just a few years ago, when most of the rest of the economy has been reducing its cost base and prices.Cost and service aside, another major problem with particular modes of public transport is the abundance of antisocial behaviour that generally goes unmolested by any authorities. I believe that revulsion at witnessing something like a junkie dropping his trousers to inject himself with heroin is a classless indulgence.There exists a very narrow slice of society that regularly succeeds in making life, at best, disagreeable for the duration of their forays into the midsts of the rest of us. Sometimes this slice expands itself from the archetypical junkie or delinquent youths that probably spring to mind, to include the likes of drunken office Christmas party hooligans that the Gardaí likely have in mind to police over the coming weeks. The slice of unpleasantness can be quite classless, and depend a lot on the time of day and day of the week.Antisocial elementsBut that it exists is no secret to anyone who uses public transport even irregularly. My own observation of public transport in Dublin, which I used daily for years and only irregularly in the past year; is that outside of the early morning commute it’s an open ended gamble as to where and when you’ll meet antisocial elements and what they’ll get up to.In my time, I’ve seen fights. I’ve seen windows broken. I’ve seen quiet commuters threatened and attacked unprovoked. On one memorable trip a torrent of urine came gushing through a bus, much to the delight of all. It’s a very regular occurrence to see drugs being prepared and get a whiff that brings you right back to the cultured canals of Amsterdam; but I have to admit to being quite amazed the day a couple decided to make up and smoke a joint of heroin. Myself and about a dozen others weighed up the advice on passive smoking of normal cigarettes, and decided to get off.That most users of public transport have some sort of similar story tells its own tale. If there is an attitude problem in relation to using public transport, it ties very firmly back onto the class of the experience than the class of the user.Private security Attempts are made to police antisocial behaviour by the likes of Irish Rail and the operators of the Luas, by hiring private security guards to roam the network. Some bus drivers take initiative and pull up at Garda stations on their routes, but this is a risky tactic given that they are likely to be rostered on the same route and meet the same scumbags when they are inevitably re-circulated into society.These efforts are ad hoc and not entirely successful. Private security guards have very limited powers compared to police officers, and their use is patchy.There are none for Dublin Bus, for example.What we could do with in Ireland is a dedicated transport police, an innovation in common use around the world. Not a division of An Garda Síochána, though that is a possibility; but its own standing force tasked with the maintenance of public order and upholding the law on all forms of public transport.The Gardaí clearly recognise the need of their services on public transport over the busy period of Christmas, but this high-profile time of year just sees an increase in antisocial activity from an already elevated baseline. As is, your typical Dublin Bus or Luas is a law-free zone most of the time; with their thresholds rarely darkened by uniformed officers.PatrolIt is unacceptable that mass public transport should be a place where a majority of honest, decent people are cooped up alongside regularly antisocial elements with very little chance of reprieve before their journey ends. Much as Gardaí patrol the streets, we should have police patrolling on public transport; or patrolling by car and dedicated to respond to calls from drivers in a prompt fashion.Until we see antisocial behaviour curbed in a major way on public transport, Alan Kelly and his like cannot simply cry ‘classism!’ at anyone who would rather take the car.Related: Minister called on to retract ‘insensitive’ comments about middle-class snobbishness> Read: Man injects himself in the groin on the Luas>
28 Comments Image: Shutterstock/Africa Studio Tuesday 3 Sep 2019, 8:32 AM Image: Shutterstock/Africa Studio Five new gaelscoileanna to be opened in Dublin over next three years “I want to help address the imbalance in the availability of Irish-medium education,” Education Minister Joe McHugh said. By Hayley Halpin https://jrnl.ie/4793298 Short URL FIVE NEW GAELSCOILEANNA are to be opened in Dublin over the next three years. The five new schools will serve areas of growing populations where there is no existing Irish-medium primary school or where there is more than one new school to be established by 2022. Minister for Education Joe McHugh made the decision following an analysis of the availability of gaelscoileanna in a number of areas of Greater Dublin. New gaelscoileanna will open next year in Donabate and in the Newcastle/Rathcoole/Saggart area, according to the Department of Education. Two more will open in the Donaghmede/Howth/Dublin 13 and the Dublin 2/4 areas in 2021. The last of the five new gaelscoileanna will open in the Sallynoggin/Killiney/Cherrywood area either next year or in 2022. The Minister took the decision to designate the language of these five schools after amending criteria which are considered in determining the ethos and language of instruction of new primary schools as part of the patronage process for new schools.Under the changes, if there is no existing Irish-medium provision in a school planning area, and a new primary school is being established to meet demographic demand, the new school will be designated as a gaelscoil.Furthermore, when a number of new primary schools are due to be established in the same school planning area during the period of 2019 to 2022, at least one of these schools in the area must be a gaelscoil.This will happen “unless there are particular local circumstances where this would not be appropriate”, the Department said. “I want to help address the imbalance in the availability of Irish-medium education, so I have changed the criteria as part of patronage processes that will allow some schools to be designated as gaelscoileanna,” McHugh said.“This will provide more choice for parents and children and it will give them better certainty about the availability of Irish medium education for their children,” he said. In total, 13 new primary schools are to be established between 2020 and 2022. Sep 3rd 2019, 8:32 AM 12,797 Views Share5 Tweet Email2 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Après le tactile, Apple veut passer à la gestuelleLa marque à la pomme a breveté un clavier où serait intégré un capteur de mouvements, d’après le site MacRumors.com.A peine la révolution des claviers tactiles est-elle entamée qu’Apple pense déjà au futur. Le futur, c’est le clavier à reconnaissance gestuelle, que la firme de Cupertino aurait d’ores et déjà breveté. Cela consiste en un clavier manuel normal muni de quatre “Slot Cameras”, qui feraient office de capteurs de mouvements. Le mouvement des doigts de l’utilisateur seraient capturés et retranscrits sur l’ordinateur, permettant ainsi de concentrer les périphériques de pointage et de saisie dans le clavier. Le site spécialisé MacRumors s’est intéressé à ce système et en a dévoilé les grandes lignes : “La surface de capture de mouvement est directement incorporée au design du clavier avec 4 ‘slot cameras’ disposées sur le périmètre du clavier. Ces caméras sont capables de capturer le déplacement des doigts directement au-dessus des touches pour fournir l’équivalent d’une souris ou d’un trackpad ainsi qu’un mode de défilement”. Reste à tester l’engin afin de vérifier que tout cela ne relève pas en réalité du gadget… Le 25 janvier 2011 à 11:08 • Emmanuel Perrin
Frustrated at the Mamata Banerjee government’s reluctance to accord Special Economic Zone (SEZ) status to its proposed software development centre in the state, Infosys has asked the goverment to either expedite it or return the ₹75 crore advance paid by the company for acquiring the land at Rajarghat.”We have told the state government that it should either give us the SEZ status or pay back the money which was advanced to get the land,” PTI quoted a senior Infosys official as saying. In 2008, the Bengaluru-based IT software services company had paid the money for a 50-acre plot at Rajarhat to build a development centre when the Left Front government was in power. The then government had agreed to give SEZ status to the first Infosys centre in the state, as it was estimated to generate 15,000 jobs.But it could not take off due to opposition from Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress, which came to power in 2011 and has remained firm in its decision.The Infosys official said that the new government cannot renege on a committment given by a previous government. “Even if governments change, the continuity in policies should not. We have immense faith in West Bengal”, he added.When asked if his company has decided to withdraw its project in West Bengal, he said, “We hope the government will change its mind.””What the state government would have to do is just forward our proposal to the Centre with a recommendation and nothing else. We have presence in 11 states across the country and all of them have done that,” Infosys spokesperson said.
Share Lynne Sladky/APChildren hold signs at a November news conference in Miami in support of renewing temporary protected status for immigrants from Central America and Haiti.The NAACP is suing the Department of Homeland Security over the Trump administration’s decision to terminate the temporary protected status, or TPS, of tens of thousands of Haitians living in the U.S.At least 46,000 Haitians are living in the U.S. with protection from deportation and the ability to work under the TPS program, which is meant to help immigrants from countries affected by natural disasters or wars.In January 2010, the Obama administration announced that it would give TPS protections to Haitians already in the U.S. after a devastating earthquake flattened hundreds of thousands of buildings and killed more than 100,000 people in Haiti.But the Trump administration announced plans to cancel the status for Haitians in November, saying conditions have improved since then. Former Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Elaine Duke said the “extraordinary but temporary conditions caused by the 2010 earthquake no longer exist” in the country.The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund filed a lawsuit on Wednesday in the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland, seeking a court injunction of that decision, arguing it was “an egregious departure from the TPS statute’s requirements and an intent to discriminate on the basis of race and/or ethnicity.”The complaint says Haiti is “ill-prepared to receive” the tens of thousands of Haitians living in the U.S. after a cholera outbreak in 2010 and a hurricane in 2016 impeded Haiti’s recovery from the earthquake.The group argues that Duke and current DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen “took irrational and discriminatory government action, denying Haitian immigrants their right to due process and equal protection under the Fifth Amendment.”The legal defense fund and the NAACP say the suit has been filed on behalf of Haitian members of the organizations who are protected under the TPS program.The lawsuit cites a May 2017 report by The Associated Press that a top official from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services requested data on crimes committed by Haitians in the TPS program, a step the AP calls “unorthodox.”The group also quotes a New York Times report that President Trump said 15,000 of the Haitians who came to the U.S. in 2017 “all have AIDS” as evidence of what it calls President Trump’s “racialized goals concerning immigration.” Earlier this month Trump also reportedly asked why the U.S. needs “more Haitians” and immigrants from countries he allegedly described with a vulgar slur.The end of the TPS program for Haitians does not take effect until July 2019 to allow time for what the DHS called an “orderly transition.”The administration has also announced the end of TPS status for the roughly 200,000 Salvadorans now in the U.S. who have been protected since large earthquakes in El Salvador in 2001; that is scheduled to end in September 2019. About 57,000 Hondurans make up the other major group protected under TPS; the DHS says it will determine whether to extend or end their status by early May of this year.Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.
Alienware will be the official competition PC and display partner for some time, as it was announced that this partnership with Riot is a “multi-year” deal.“For the pros competing in the LCS and LEC, this [partnership] introduces not only a major improvement in the overall performance and responsiveness of the new 2019 PC league hardware but also helps to elevate the competitive experience by ensuring that the hardware used by teams climbing to the top throughout the regular season are the same that will support them in international play as well as throughout the 2019 ‘League of Legends’ World Championship,” the press release stated.Alienware and Riot also teased that a “variety of exciting broadcast innovations” surrounding the “League of Legends” esports scene are coming, though it’s unclear if we will hear more at CES 2019 or sometime in the future. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 Riot Games partnered with Alienware for exclusive use of its hardware during official esports competitions, the companies announced Tuesday at CES 2019, in Las Vegas.Alienware will power the esports competitions of “League of Legends” as official display partner in major events, including the “League of Legends” Championship Series and the League of Legends European Championship. Alienware will also power four international competitions: NA vs EU Rift Rivals, the Mid-Season Invitational, the World Championship, and the All-Star Event, according to a press release.Competitors will use Alienware Aurora R8 desktops, along with AW2518H 240Hz G-sync gaming monitors. The universality of hardware used should make for a more even competition. Plus, the PCs will all run Dell’s SupportAssist, meaning any potential technical issues can be diagnosed proactively, “before they have a chance to critically impact a match,” according to the press release. Popular on Variety
2 min read Register Now » Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. International Business Machine Corp on Tuesday launched a new e-mail application for businesses that integrates social media, file sharing and analytics to learn a user’s behavior and predict interactions with coworkers.The application is part of IBM’s attempt to shift its focus to cloud computing and data analytics from the hardware services that had long been the company’s bread and butter.The new e-mail service, known as IBM Verse, includes a built-in personal assistant that can learn from a user’s behavior and draft responses to e-mails based on similar previous interactions.It also allows users to transform e-mail content into threads for blogs and social media, view the relationships between different employees in an e-mail, mute a chain and search through attachments.The e-mail’ s interface pins a user’s most frequent contacts, schedule and lists of assignments to a dashboard for easy access.”We came at this from the perspective that this is about changing the game, not just incremental improvements in e-mail,” Jeff Schick, IBM’s general manager of social solutions, told Reuters.IBM’s enterprise mail service, known as Notes, is used by 25,000 companies worldwide and more than 50,000 use IBM’s social platform for businesses, IBM Connections. The company hopes IBM Verse will eventually replace Window’s popular Outlook.The free initial model will include limited mailbox sizes and file sharing. A paid version with additional features and data allowance will be available in January 2015.IBM is not the only company trying to give e-mail a makeover. In October, Google Inc launched an e-mail service called “Inbox” that will better organize e-mails and display information such as appointments, flight bookings and package deliveries in a more user-friendly way.But unlike Google, IBM Verse will not sell the data it gathers about users to advertisers, a selling point critical for businesses concerned about privacy and security.The service is delivered through cloud computing and will be available in IBM’s Cloud Marketplace.(Reporting by Marina Lopes; Editing by Dan Grebler) This story originally appeared on Reuters November 18, 2014 Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals
November 25, 2013 — Intelerad Medical Systems announced the release of Intelerad Analytics and unveiled new features in IntelePACS 4.8.1, which include an updated Image Fusion module, new workflows in Multi-Method Reporting and new technologist tools. IntelePACS 4.8.1IntelePACS 4.8.1 will include an updated Image Fusion module capable of simultaneous comparison of up to four positron emission tomography (PET)/computed tomography (CT) or PET/magnetic resonance (MR) datasets; storage and retrieval of prior measurements; PET auto-segmentation for rapid determination of lesion volumes; and lesion tracking using RECIST and PERCIST criteria. Intelerad will feature its products at the Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting (RSNA 2013). Demonstrations of Intelerad’s solutions can be found on its RSNA 2013 microsite. News | Enterprise Imaging | July 29, 2019 Philips Announces 10-year Enterprise Informatics Agreement With Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire de Nancy Philips and Centre Hospitalier Régional Universitaire (CHRU) de Nancy, a leading academic hospital in the Grand Est… read more News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more IntelePACS’ new technologist tools include a customizable worklist; alerts to view patient check-in times and assign technologists; patient history information; a single-view validation list; and a notes function to increase communications between technologists and radiologists. News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | July 02, 2019 Konica Minolta Healthcare Partners With DiA Imaging Analysis for AI-based Cardiac Ultrasound Analysis DiA Imaging Analysis has partnered with Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas Inc. to expand analysis capabilities of… read more Feature | Information Technology | June 27, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr Smart Algorithm Extracts Data from Radiology Reports Radiology reports may contain information essential to figuring out a patient’s condition. read more News | PACS | August 08, 2019 NetDirector Launches Cloud-based PDF to DICOM Conversion Service NetDirector, a cloud-based data exchange and integration platform, has diversified their radiology automation options… read more News | PACS | July 02, 2019 Laurel Bridge and 3M M*Modal Partner to Improve DICOM Structured Reporting July 2, 2019 — Laurel Bridge Software announced an expanded relationship with 3M M*Modal, a provider of clinical docu read more Technology | November 25, 2013 Intelerad Releases Analytics Solution, Announces IntelePACS 4.8.1 New version of IntelePACS features multiple upgrades Technology | Cybersecurity | August 07, 2019 ScImage Introduces PICOM ModalityGuard for Cybersecurity ScImage Inc. is bridging the gap between security and functionality with the introduction of the PICOM ModalityGuard…. read more Related Content Technology | Enterprise Imaging | July 05, 2019 Hyland Healthcare Adds ImageNext Imaging Workflow Optimizer to Enterprise Imaging Suite Hyland Healthcare is launching ImageNext, a vendor-neutral imaging workflow optimizer that combines intelligent imaging… read more For more information: www.intelerad.com, rsna.intelerad.com, www.rsna.org FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 IntelePACS’ updated Multi-Method Reporting (MMR) module will offer a new dictation mode with flexible template creation, allowing users to create and personalize dictation templates, self-edit and sign reports; a transcriptionist worklist with filters, parking options and quick text with keyword shortcuts; and enhanced “send-to-editor” and “send-to-transcriptionist” workflows. Intelerad AnalyticsIntelerad Analytics provides radiology practices with a comprehensive view of operations through real-time performance metrics. The solution provides business managers, chief radiologists and support staff with instant access to relevant information through tailored dashboards and reports, eliminating the need to manually compile and cross-analyze large quantities of data. Available from any location, the module allows operational performance to be monitored at any time and as a result, allows for sound decisions to be made and processes to be adjusted in timely fashion. “By providing comprehensive data in regards to their business operations, radiology practices are more agile and can foster productivity and quality as well as make sure that they comply with their service level agreements,” said Rick Rubin, chief engineering officer, Intelerad. “With better control over their performance, practices are better positioned to win new business.” News | PACS | June 26, 2019 Mini-PACS Solution for Image Management and Workflow Optimization ImageGrid Mini is a feature-rich, reliable and cost-effective image management and workflow optimization solution, pr read more News | Enterprise Imaging | June 27, 2019 Ambra Health Announces Integration With Box Ambra Health announced an integration with Box to enable the sharing of medical imaging directly from within Box’s… read more
On Thursday, Australia passed a rushed assistance and access bill which will allow Australian police and government the powers to issue technical notices. The Labor party had planned to amend the legislation. However, even after calling the bill flawed, Labor pulled its amendments in the Senate and the bill was passed. “Let’s just make Australians safer over Christmas,” Bill Shorten, leader of the Opposition and Labor Party said on Thursday evening. “It’s all about putting people first.“ The assistance and access bill provides vague answers on the potential power that it could give government and law enforcement over digital privacy. The government claims that encrypted communications are “increasingly being used by terrorist groups and organized criminals to avoid detection and disruption,” and so this bill will ask tech companies to provide assistance to them in accessing electronic data. Per Zdnet, under the new assistance and access bill, Australian government agencies can issue three notices to companies and websites: Technical Assistance Notices (TAN), which are compulsory notices for a communication provider to use an interception capability they already have. Technical Capability Notices (TCN), which are compulsory notices for a communication provider to build a new interception capability, so that it can meet subsequent Technical Assistance Notices. Technical Assistance Requests (TAR), which have been described by experts as the most dangerous of all. Basically, the Australian government can hack, implant malware, undermine encryption or insert backdoors across companies and websites. If companies refuse, they may face financial penalties.Although the government has said this bill will target criminals in the likes of sex offenders, terrorists, homicide and drug offenses, critics think otherwise. According to communications alliance, the bill contains dangerous loopholes and technical backdoors that could be exploited by hackers. Another issue of debate was the lack of a clear definition of the term, “systemic weakness.” Labor has asked for a more concrete definition of it in the amendments made on the law next year. Several lawmakers, as well as the general public, condemned the bill on Twitter pointing out it’s rushed release. Read Next The State of Mozilla 2017 report focuses on internet health and user privacy. Privacy experts urge the Senate Commerce Committee for a strong federal privacy bill “that sets a floor, not a ceiling” Consumer protection organizations submit a new data protection framework to the Senate Commerce Committee
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