Tiger Woods Welcomes Kid Rock To Tiger Jam 2013

first_imgOn May 18, multi-platinum recording artist Kid Rock will bring his Rebel Soul Tour to Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas to headline the 15th annual Tiger Jam.The two-day charity event, May 17-18, hosted by Tiger Woods, combines world-class golf, high-stakes poker, gourmet cuisine and exclusive VIP experiences into an exciting, star-studded weekend benefitting the college-access programs of the Tiger Woods Foundation.“Kid Rock is a great performer. We welcomed him to the Tiger Jam stage a few years ago, and we’re excited he’ll be back to headline our 15th Tiger Jam,” Woods said. “This event is so important to my foundation, helping us grow our programs and provide even more young people with the chance to attend college.”Over the course of his career Kid Rock has sold more than 26 million albums and reached the highest levels of rock superstardom. The consummate showman, he has performed on the world’s biggest stages and at the most prestigious awards shows. He is an ardent supporter of the U.S. troops both home and abroad, and also supports causes close to his hometown of Detroit through his Kid Rock Foundation. His ninth studio album, “Rebel Soul,” was released last November. Kid Rock previously performed at Tiger Jam in 2001, making an appearance on stage with John Mellencamp.The 2013 Tiger Jam will kick off Friday, May 17, when poker legend Phil Hellmuth teams up with Woods to host Poker Night. For a $10,000 buy-in, participants will join Woods, Hellmuth, Poker Hall of Famer Doyle Brunson and other of the game’s greats for an exclusive night of poker followed by a Pre-Jam Party at Moorea Beach Club at Mandalay Bay. Tournament prizes include a package to attend the Masters, a round of golf with Tiger Woods, Pro-Am playing spots in premier PGA TOUR events and other unique items.Prior to Saturday evening’s live concert, guests can participate in a morning golf outing at Cascata Golf Course before starting the night with a VIP reception at Mandalay Bay. This exclusive pre-concert party will feature gourmet food and spirits as well as live and silent auctions filled with luxury items. Following a rocking performance from Kid Rock at the Events Center, the night will conclude with a post-concert party at House of Blues.A variety of VIP packages are available to attend this one-of-a-kind charity concert event and experience a fun weekend in Vegas. For more information on 2013 Tiger Jam opportunities or to attend the dinner and auction, call (949) 725-3003.Concert tickets starting at $60.75, not including applicable service charges, go on sale Saturday, March 30, at 10 a.m. To charge by phone with a major credit card, call Mandalay Bay at (877) 632-7400 or Ticketmaster at (800) 745-3000. For more info, click here.Tiger Jam has a tradition of featuring incredible performances by some of today’s best musical talents. GRAMMY Award-winning artists such as No Doubt, Sting, Stevie Wonder, Prince, Bon Jovi, The Goo Goo Dolls, The Eagles, John Mellencamp, Celine Dion, Train, LeAnn Rimes, Don Henley, Christina Aguilera, Seal, Babyface and Van Halen have all performed at past Jams. In addition to the concert, Tiger Jam highlights include top-notch epicurean fare and exclusive live and silent auctions featuring one-of-a-kind luxury items.last_img read more

Apple refreshes iPad lineup with larger entrylevel model

NEW YORK — Apple has unveiled a new iPad that’s thinner and slightly larger than its current entry-level tablet.The new iPad Air will cost $499 and sport a screen that measures 10.5 inches diagonally. That compares with the standard, 9.7-inch iPad at $329.Apple has a higher-end Pro model starting at $999. The new iPad Air has several features found in older Pro models, but not the latest. For instance, the iPad Air has a home button with a fingerprint sensor, while the latest Pro ditches that to make more room for the screen.Apple is also refreshing its 7.9-inch iPad Mini.The Associated Press read more

Iraj and TonyT release just one click

Iraj and Tony teamed up for ‘Your Love’ which also features Joe Flizzow. Iraj had also recently signed up with Tony.T to promote his digital content in Asia. Tony.T recently split from R.I.O after a successful run with the German band. Tony.T, was famous for the tracks ‘After the love’ ‘Shine on’ and ‘Like I love you’ while he was part of the band R.I.O.Meanwhile Iraj is also shooting a music video with Truth Hurts (Shari Watson), the American artiste and music producer behind the song ‘Addictive’ which was once popular in most dance clubs in Sri Lanka. (Colombo Gazette) This is the third track that Iraj and Tony.T have teamed up for since Tony left the European band R.I.O to focus on his solo career. Sri Lankan hip hop singer/producer Iraj has just released the video for the single titled ‘just one click’ which features international star Tony.T (formerly of R.I.O).The video for the single was shot in Sri Lanka while Tony.T shot his additions overseas, Iraj told the Colombo Gazette. The single also features Infaas, Markia and Indira Joshi. read more

New Mexico regulator declines to grant 6th racino license

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — New Mexico horse racing regulators have declined to grant a sixth horse track and casino license after months of uncertainty.The New Mexico Racing Commission announced Thursday it would not approve another license following months of debates and millions spent by applicants.Commission chair Beverly Bourguet says the decision was in “the best interest” of the state but the panel may reopen an application process in the future for another license.The decision follows appointments to the commission by Democratic Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham. A commission previously appointed by former Republican Gov. Susana Martinez called for applicants.Under the state’s compacts with casino-operating tribes, only six racinos are allowed in New Mexico. The five existing racinos are in Hobbs, Ruidoso, Farmington, Albuquerque, and Sunland Park.Russell Contreras, The Associated Press read more

WHO provides lowcost access to health journals for poor countries

These countries – all with a per capita gross national product (GNP) of between $1,000 and $1,500 – will pay just $1,000 a year for online access to 2,200 high-quality medical journals through the Health InterNetwork Access to Research Initiative (HINARI), according to WHO. The 28 participating publishers are contributing the fees collected to a fund to train librarians and researchers in ways to harness the benefits of the information revolution. The new countries join the 69 low-income countries with a GNP per capita below $1,000 whose hospitals, medical schools and research institutions are already participating at no cost. “The knowledge gap between rich and poor must be overcome if we are to reduce poverty,” said Dr. Gro Harlem Brundtland, WHO Director-General. “In HINARI lies the seed of a knowledge revolution.” The information made available through HINARI will help developing countries in improving skills, developing research, and by extension, to save lives, she added.HINARI has been developed by WHO and its publisher partners to support the health sector in developing countries by enabling access to high quality, timely, relevant scientific information at affordable prices. It builds on recent developments in academic publishing and library services, particularly the shift from print to electronic journal publishing. HINARI has evolved under the umbrella of the Health InterNetwork, a WHO-led public-private partnership initiated by UN Secretary General Kofi Annan as part of his Millennium Agenda to narrow the digital divide. read more

As DR Congo polls approach UN rights chief warns of threats to

While noting that important advances relating to impunity for sexual violence are in line with broader progress in the DRC since he had first visited the country, in another capacity, in 2004, he said that as crucial electoral deadlines approach, there is rising tension.“I receive reports of increasing violations of fundamental civil and political rights by State actors. These notably include violations of freedom of expression and of peaceful assembly – rights anchored in the binding international treaties to which the DRC is party, and enshrined in the Congolese constitution. The public space for the expression of dissent is now clearly under pressure,” Mr. Zeid continued.He said he is also very concerned about reports of increasing harassment of civil society representatives and journalists, as well as the repression of voices which oppose the Government,” Mr. Zeid told journalists in the Congolese capital, Kinshasa, at a press conference at the end of the mission. He also briefed the journalists that he noted a number of important commitments made by senior Government officials and stressed that it is vital that they are implemented. The High Commissioner underscored that his Office (OHCHR) is ready to support the Government in strengthening human rights in the country.During the visit, Mr. Zeid also travelled Panzi Hospital in Bukavu where he met with women survivors of sexual violence, and with Dr. Denis Mukwege, a Congolese doctor who has treated more than 40,000 victims.The visit coincided with the 20th anniversary of the OHCHR presence in the DRC, the largest OHCHR field presence in the world.Persisting challengesWhile Mr. Zeid noted a number of positive steps, he also spoke of challenges facing the central African country.On one of the pressing challenges, the forthcoming elections, he said that he supported President Joseph Kabila’s call for a national dialogue, which the High Commissioner said must be open and honest.“[The] dialogue simply cannot take place in an atmosphere which stifles discussion and the airing of all grievances and opinions [and] where independent media and respect for fundamental freedoms are being threatened,” he said, and urged that respect for the human rights of all is should be at its core.Criticism or dissent does not constitute subversionHe called for legal guarantees that would allow people to express their views and work together without fear of retribution by the security forces or judicial authorities.Emphasizing that there is no threat to the State from people who are simply voicing their opinions, he underscored: “Criticism or dissent does not constitute subversion.”He also called on the police forces to refrain from any use of lethal force during peaceful demonstrations and said that crowd control means should be based on the principles of necessity and proportionality.Mr. Zeid hailed the youth of the country as its greatest asset and urged that they must be encouraged to contribute to it. He said that those who speak out must not be oppressed for expressing their views.The High Commissioner further expressed appreciation for the country’s reception of over 25,000 refugees from Burundi in recent months.He said “[The act] is a lesson to many far richer countries who demonstrate less compassion.” “I see this as a pivotal moment,” the High Commissioner said of the coming polls, stressing that the DRC is a country with tremendous assets – including, not least, the legendary drive and creative ingenuity of its people. “If it can build a momentum in terms of human rights protection, democracy and rule of law for all, the DRC has the potential to shape a strong and cohesive society – one which truly benefits all its people. If it stumbles into increasing repression, mistrust and grievance, however, there is also the possibility the current political uncertainty could lead to serious crisis, which could undo many of the gains made by the Congolese people,” the High Commissioner warned. read more

UN migration agency reports surge in displacement from Mosul as fighting intensifies

“The stories of the survivors are heart-breaking,” said Thomas Lothar Weiss, Iraq Chief of Mission of the International Organization for Migration (IOM), in a press release.Since the start of Iraqi forces’ efforts to retake the city’s western section on 19 February, more than 10,000 people have been displaced in the zone, according to Iraq’s Ministry of Migration and Displacement (MoMD). “We are very worried about the fate of the tens of thousands of families still trapped inside of West Mosul,” said Mr. Weiss.IOM reported some 1,650 people arrived today at the Hamam al-Aleel facility, and nearly 2,800 arrived at Qayara air strip on Sunday night. Both these locations are in Nineweh Governorate southeast of Mosul.MoMD estimates another 3,000 individuals are already moving towards the checkpoints and are expected to arrive tomorrow.These numbers, among the largest in weeks, are just a fraction of the 250,000 or more people who could yet be displaced from western Mosul as fighting escalates, said IOM Iraq press officer Hala Jaber.“There is serious concern for the 750,000 trapped in the densely populated western sector, with conditions worsening daily, according to reports and testimonies from those who have managed to escape,” she said.RELATED: UN refugee agency focuses on sheltering displaced as Iraqi offensive moves to west MosulThose who arrived at the Qayara site yesterday, including children, spoke of seeing dead bodies on the streets as they escaped. Many corpses, they said, were ISIL fighters; others civilians killed by Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) laid by militants. Families escaping with children are reportedly taping their mouths with duct tape to ensure they don’t cry or make a sound that would alert ISIL. Other families are giving their children sleeping pills or Valium to keep them quiet during their escape. IOM’s Qayara site is currently providing shelter for 4,472 displaced families or 25,344 individuals, with a planned capacity to hold 10,000 families or 60,000 individuals. The Haj Ali emergency site is currently hosting 1,565 displaced families, or 6,994 individuals, with a planned capacity for 7,000 families, or 40,000 individuals. read more

Downloadcom P2P infringement case dropped

first_imgFor years, Download.com has been one of the most popular sites on the web for finding and (as the name suggests) downloading all kinds of software. And like any good download site would, Download.com features a leaderboard on its main page showing which programs people are downloading the most.Two types of programs typically top that chart: free antivirus software and filesharing applications. A permanent fixture on that list was the uber-popular Limewire, the Gnutella client that ultimately found itself sued into oblivion by the RIAA. The Limewire story didn’t stop with the bill for $105 million in damages handed down in May of this year: Download.com found itself caught in the crossfire.AdChoices广告A group of musicians led by Nigerian-born digital media entrepreneur Alki David filed a lawsuit against Cnet’s parent company, CBS Interactive, claiming that it was complicit in Limewire’s infringement. The suit further stated that CBS-I, Cnet, and Download.com maintained a “business model that sought to profit directly” from the demand for Limewire, serving more than 220 million total copies to visitors since 2008. While that claim might be technically true, Download.com monetizes all the software it mirrors in the same way.Today, perhaps after some much-needed reflection time and a prevailing wind of common sense, plaintiffs have finally decided to drop the case. Zeal for the suit seemed to be waning last month after plaintiffs presented claims for only half a dozen protected works.As Wired points out, prosecuting attorney Adam Wolfson has left the door open for a second case that could be much nastier than the original. The idea that a media industry lawyer would lodge a second complaint with more dollars at stake is, well… as surprising as the idea that people used Limewire to illegally download music.More at Wiredlast_img read more

Floormopping robots and a kitchen that cleans itself The future of your

first_img Using the Laundrie app to organise a pickup. Source: Facebook/LaundrieEstablished three years ago, Laundrie allows customers to book in a load of washing on the website or through their app, and choose a times and place for pickup and dropoff. Evan says his app is often used as just one element of a customer’s automated schedule:Our customers may be using us for cleaning their clothes, and then they may be using someone from Helpling for their house cleaning, and outsourcing all the stuff they just don’t have the time, energy or inclination to do.Laundrie is well established in Dublin, but Amazon and Facebook are taking similar ideas and running with them on a broader scale. Amazon is trialling its Amazon Home Assistants programme in Seattle to take care of chores you don’t have time to do yourself, while Facebook is adding cleaning and contracting services to Facebook Marketplace.While cleaners were previously only available to the Emily Gilmores of this world, soon there’ll be options for all of us. But who needs human cleaners when you have robots to do it for you?As AI and machine learning goes from strength to strength, it’s only a matter of time until robots are taking care of most of the day-to-day cleaning at home. The world’s first robotic kitchen has been created by Moley and it doesn’t just cook home meals at a pro level, but cleans up after itself.Moley comes with a library of recipes ready to go, but it can also learn new ones, and its robotic hands reproduce the cooking skills of Tim Anderson, former winner of BBC Master Chef. A Moley prototype in action Source: Facebook/Moley RoboticsDue for launch later this year, the robotic kitchen is made up of appliances, robotic hands, cabinets – anything you could need to sit back and relax while dinner is taken care of. Rubber gloves and a sink full of dishes and Fairy Liquid could very well be a thing of the past.While Moley takes care of the kitchen, Effie can look after the ironing; that is, if you haven’t already outsourced it. Effie is a robotic appliance that ‘pulls’ the wrinkles out of clothes, and can get through a stack of 20 shirts in an hour. Never again will you have to cope with a burn mark on a white shirt. Source: Effie/YouTubeEffie won’t be on the market until 2019, but in the meantime there are plenty of other robots to keep the place clean. The Neato Botvac Connected robot vacuum cleaners let you clean through the Neato mobile app, even when you’re not at home.You can control the robot through Alexa and Google Home, and if you’re a bit of a neat freak, the app gives you a cleaning summary of the last 20 cleaning runs and can show exactly where the robot has vacuumed. Self-cleaning toilets like ActiClean, the lawn-mowing robot Robomow RS622, the iRobot 380t floor mopping robot, and the laundry-folding Laundroid, are either on the market now in the US or coming soon, which means it’s only a matter of time before Ireland follows suit.Even more impressive from the robotic perspective is the Aeolus Robotics prototype for a general household helper, which was previewed at CES this year. While it hasn’t been fully perfected yet, Aeolus will be able to recognise thousands of items and put them back where they belong in your home.It can grip and use a floor brush or a hoover too. While reviews of the robot at CES highlight how far Aeolus still has to go before a fully reliable working model is complete, it’s a taste of what could be around the corner for our chores.Gray believes that robots will only get bigger and better, but for now at least, they won’t negate humans entirely – but we might be more likely to get a cleaner in rather than spend a weekend cleaning out the gutters ourselves:We’ll continue to rely on apps for now but there’ll be more and more voice activated services, where you say ‘Hey Alexa, can you book a laundry collection?’ or something like that.“There might be a move away from apps to do these things, but there’ll still be a service at the end of a line to do them. It’s so much more efficient than what has been done before.”Have you listened to TheJournal.ie’s new podcast, Future Stories, produced in partnership with Volkswagen? Listen to the latest episode here, all about virtual reality and the future of your Friday night TV.More: Long-dead singers playing ‘live’ in concert: The future of the music you love>More: Live to 120 years old and never forget your pills again: The future of not getting sick> By Gráinne Loughran Tuesday 19 Jun 2018, 7:30 PM The way we live is changing fast. Every fortnight in our Future Focus series, supported by Volkswagen, we’ll look at how one aspect of everyday life could change in the coming years. This week: housework.“PEOPLE ARE SO busy, they don’t want to have their weekends sabotaged by things like cleaning. We just provide a helping hand, a tool. By the time they get home they don’t have time for housework.”Evan Gray believes our busy lives might no longer have space for our chores. He’s the founder of Laundrie, an Irish Hailo-style app for laundry, which picks up your clothes from wherever you choose, washes them and drops them back to you.A recent study of more than 35,000 adults in Europe and the US found that women did an average of five hours of chores per day, while men did just three. But this could all change in the near future as housework becomes robotic, app-driven and mobile.It’s been predicted that 2050 will see the end of housework as we know it, but some futurologists have also cited 2030 as being the real turning point.Already chores are changing as our priorities and lifestyles undergo a change of pace. Evan has already seen this among his customers:A big user base of ours is families, maybe where a partner is working late and they have a kid in creche. Floor-mopping robots and a kitchen that cleans itself: The future of your household chores Hey Alexa, can you fold the laundry? 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Dozer Day big fun for little excavators

first_imgThousands of children, with their parents in tow, descended upon the Clark County Event Center at the Fairgrounds over the weekend for the biggest sandbox and toy truck playground in the county: Dozer Day.Kids took turns at the controls of excavators large and small, bulldozers and cranes. Others climbed the machinery, or in a great sand pit stacked with oversized tires.Among the new attractions was a tennis ball-launching compressed air cannon built by RDO Equipment.The company brought a commercial vacuum, the kind used to suck up rocks and dirt on construction sites, to supply the compressed air for their custom-made tennis ball launcher.(The vacuum was a bit loud, so they eventually just hooked it to a different compressed-air source.)After several tries, 7-year-old Henry Ezatpanah was able to maneuver the compressed-air cannon, which was about as long as he is tall, into position to fire a ball through the target.He’s been coming to Dozer Day for four years, said his mother, Stephanie Ezatpanah.His favorite this year? He pointed to the cannon.“It was so hard!”They had been there since the event opened at 11 a.m. His plastic toy hard hat was covered with stickers from the different booths and attractions.last_img read more

ICE London gaming expo kicks off today

first_img Load More SJM’s Daisy Ho to deliver keynote address as G2E Asia gets underway today RelatedPosts Inaugural Phil-Asian Gaming Expo to be held in Philippines in July Inside Asian Gaming named Lead Media Partner of G2E Asia @ the Philippines The world’s biggest gaming industry trade exhibition, ICE London, gets underway today.Celebrating seven years since moving from its former home at Earl’s Court to the cavernous expanses of the ExCeL center, ICE London will this year welcome 612 exhibitors from 66 nations, occupying a record 44,500 square meters in floor space. Around 35,000 visitors are expected to attend the event over the course of the next three days from 5 to 7 February.Inside Asian Gaming will again be present on the showroom floor, with Managing Editor Ben Blaschke and Director of Business Development and Sales Jadeson Ho on site for the duration. If you’re in town, be sure to stop by Booth ND9-D and say hello.In an interview in the lead-up to this year’s show, Kate Chambers, Managing Director of ICE London organizer Clarion Gaming, told IAG that ICE stood out from other globally recognized gaming trade events due to its unique ability to bring together the land-based and online sectors as one.“The narrative is now about the creation and delivery of compelling content that meets the gaming entertainment needs of consumers in the digital age. Hence, we have exhibitors developing content for bricks-and-mortar gaming who also deploy those games online. It’s all about the content,” Chambers said.last_img read more

UK wants fair elections so does PM Hasina

first_imgPrime minister Sheikh Hasina holds a bilateral meeting with UK secretary of state for foreign and commonwealth affairs Jeremy Hunt at the UN headquarters in New York on Monday morning. Photo: BSSPrime minister Sheikh Hasina has said the government wants the next general elections to be held in a free and fair manner and all political parties to join it.The prime minister made the remarks when UK secretary of state for foreign and commonwealth affairs Jeremy Hunt called on her in the bilateral meeting room at the UN headquarters in New York on Monday morning.After the meeting, foreign secretary Md Shahidul Haque briefed reporters.Jeremy Hunt said the UK is looking forward to free, fair and participatory elections in Bangladesh.In response, the premier said: “We also want the next election to be free and fair and all (political) parties to join it.”While talking about the Rohingya issue, the UK secretary of foreign affairs wanted to know from the prime minister about the repatriation process of the forcibly displaced Rohingya people.In reply, the premier said Bangladesh has signed an agreement with Myanmar to this end. “Myanmar has agreed to take back their nationals from Bangladesh, but they don’t act accordingly,” she said.Sheikh Hasina said the Rohingyas will return back to their homeland “if we can create a conducive environment and give assurance to them of their safe and dignified repatriation to their homeland. But that is not happening.”In this connection, the prime minister sought support of all to shift the Rohingyas to an island called Bhashan Char.Jeremy Hunt expressed his desire to visit Bangladesh soon.Foreign minister AH Mahmood Ali and PM’s principal secretary Md Najibur Rahman were present on the occasion.Earlier, the prime minister attended a high-level event on Global Call to Action on World Drug Problem organised by the permanent mission of the United States.US president Donald Trump was present on the occasion, among other world leaders, the foreign secretary said.last_img read more

Metro Denies Offering White Supremacists Special Treatment But it Seems Like They

first_imgBy Hamil R. Harris, Special to the AFROThe majority of the people who use Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority (WMATA) as a primary means of transportation usually don’t have police escorts and go through a separate gate to enter into the train station, yet the White supremacists part of the the Unite the Right 2 protest last Sunday in Lafayette Square, were said to have all the above luxuries.  Despite several people confirming Metro’s modifications for the White nationalists, Metro denies the supremacists were given a rail to get to and from the White Civil Rights rally- a site that ultimately resulted in their message and existence being eclipsed by thousands protesting their presence.Last year hundreds of far-right activist clashed with counter protestors who came out to stand up against the event in Charlottesville which resulted in the deaths of three, one counter protestor Heather Heyer and two state troopers.(Courtesy Image/Logo)Jason Kessler, who organized the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville last year, obtained a permit to hold a “White Civil Rights rally,” last Sunday on the one year anniversary of Charlottesville.  In effort to keep people safe Metro officials initially proposed a plan to have the White nationalist ride on separate cars but that plan was scrapped after the union representing Metro workers objected.Yet on August 12, the day of the rally, multiple sources confirmed that a portion of the Vienna Metro station was closed off for the White supremacist group to board a train car with security and head down to Lafayette Square.“JUST IN – [WMATA] CLOSES Vienna station north gates to the public. A guard says Fairfax police will ONLY open these gates for #UniteTheRight2 protesters,” WUSA9 reporter Mike Valerio wrote on Twitter.Julie Carey of NBC said, “Police with helmets moving into position at the south entrance of the Vienna metro. This seems to be the entrance where they now expect the Unite the Right rally.”Despite these reports and photos, Metro denied any special treatment in a statement.“The Kessler group traveled from the Vienna Metro Station to Foggy Bottom on a regular train together with other passengers media and law enforcement,” said Metro spokesman Sherri Ly in a statement. “They were escorted by the police to the rear of the train and the police road in that rail car and others to protect the safety of everyone in the train.”Yet even Kessler himself implied that the reason why there was such a low turnout is because of confusion at the train, thus proving there were some accommodations for him and his group.“I think a lot of my people got left behind at the train station,” Kessler said.Lafayette Square was packed with protesters and outrage as thousands of many races came out to protest Kessler and his supporters who came to the grounds of the Square, spoke to each other and the media at 5 pm and then left 30 minutes later in white vans escorted by the U.S. Park Police.Even though he was standing in the front of the barricade that was reinforced by the Metropolitan and U.S. Park Police, Everette Turner, 60, a resident of Northeast D.C., said he couldn’t see the supremacists.“Where are they,“ he asked with a laugh.One of the reasons why Kessler was hard to spot is because he was dressed in a blue suit, waved an American flag and never ventured close to the park filled with vocal protesters.While he chuckled about the supremacists’ low turnout, Turner said the reason why he came was no laughing matter.“It’s 2018 and we don’t need this. There are better things that we can be doing than watching racist people.”The crowd pushed to the Southwest corner of Lafayette Park, which had been reserved for Kessler’s group and they chanted, “Hey Hey, Ho Ho, Neo Nazis got to go,” and when they left without any audible message the protesters chanted “Cowards, Cowards, Cowards.”In a tweet Sunday, Local 689 of the Amalgamated Transit Union said the White supremacists were treated better than their workers who put themselves on the line every day.“There are dozens of transit police protecting the racist marchers but drivers on Metrobus never see police protection on their buses.”last_img read more

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first_img News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 07, 2019 Qfix kVue One Proton Couch Top Validated by Mevion Medical Systems Qfix and Mevion Medical Systems announced that a special version of the kVue One Proton couch top is now both validated… read more The top piece of content in July was a video interview explaining how Princess Margaret Cancer Center is using machine learning to create automated treatment plans. This was a hot topic at the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) 2019 meeting in July.  News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 Mevion and C-RAD Release Integration for Improved Proton Therapy Treatment Quality Mevion Medical Systems and C-RAD announced the integration between the C-RAD Catalyst PT and the Mevion S250i proton… read more News | Proton Therapy | August 06, 2019 IBA Signs Contract to Install Proton Therapy Center in Kansas IBA (Ion Beam Applications S.A.) recently signed a contract and received the first payment for a Proteus One solution… read more News | Radiation Therapy | August 16, 2019 Drug Accelerates Blood System’s Recovery After Radiation, Chemotherapy A drug developed by UCLA physician-scientists and chemists speeds up the regeneration of mouse and human blood stem… read more Technology | November 05, 2012 Accuray Launches System for 3-D Image-Guided Radiation Therapy News | Radiation Therapy | August 02, 2019 Varian Showcases Cancer Care Systems and Software at AAPM 2019 Varian showcased systems and software from its cancer care portfolio, including the Identify Guidance System, at the… read more News | Radiation Oncology | July 31, 2019 Laura Dawson, M.D., FASTRO, Chosen as ASTRO President-elect The members of the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) elected four new officers to ASTRO’s Board of… read more The MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center expansion is expected to be completed in 2023. Rendering courtesy of Stantec. Feature | August 05, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Most Popular Radiology and Radiotherapy Topics in July 2019 August 5, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Imaging Technology New (ITN) magazine website fr read more News | Proton Therapy | August 08, 2019 MD Anderson to Expand Proton Therapy Center The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center unveiled plans to expand its Proton Therapy Center during a… read more Related Content News | Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 First Patient Enrolled in World’s Largest Brain Cancer Clinical Trial Henry Ford Cancer Institute is first-in-the-world to enroll a glioblastoma patient in the GBM AGILE Trial (Adaptive… read more Following radiation, the bone marrow shows nearly complete loss of blood cells in mice (left). Mice treated with the PTP-sigma inhibitor displayed rapid recovery of blood cells (purple, right). Credit: UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center/Nature Communications News | Brachytherapy Systems | August 14, 2019 Efficacy of Isoray’s Cesium Blu Showcased in Recent Studies August 14, 2019 — Isoray announced a trio of studies recently reported at scientific meetings and published in medica read more Catalyst PT image courtesy of C-RAD November 5, 2012 — Accuray launched its new TomoTherapy H Series, featuring the TomoHDA system, with faster planning, faster delivery and increased quality. The TomoHDA system was unveiled at the 2012 American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) annual meeting in Boston. Key features of the TomoHDA system include:Accuray’s new TomoEdge dynamic jaws technology, which provides users with added flexibility in treatment delivery by sharpening dose fall-off and accuracy. In many cases the use of TomoEdge for head and neck tumors and prostate cancer treatments has resulted in the reduction of beam-on time by half. With the TomoHDA system this new technology is standard and can be applied to both TomoHelical and TomoDirect treatment modes for 3-D CRT (cardiac resynchronization therapy) and IMRT (intensity modulated radiation therapy) deliveries.The high-performance VoLO Technology — an enhancement to the TomoTherapy treatment planning system — leverages the new dose calculation algorithm and advanced graphics processing technology to increase clinical efficiency, throughput and flexibility in developing both simple and the most complex radiation therapy plans.”We are committed to our TomoTherapy customers and continue to innovate to provide the most advanced treatments in radiation oncology with the goal of improving patient care,” said Joshua H. Levine, president and CEO of Accuray. “The new TomoTherapy H Series offers treatment solutions for the entire spectrum of radiation therapy. It will enable unprecedented speed and efficiency ensuring the highest quality of care from the routine to the most complex cases.”The TomoHDA system is a fully-integrated 3-D image-guided, full spectrum radiation therapy system and builds upon the proven TomoTherapy Hi-Art and TomoHD technologies. The TomoHDA system offers multiple new benefits including performance enhancements, unrivaled dose distributions and faster treatments.The system is part of the new TomoTherapy H Series. Included in the series is the new TomoH system, providing streamlined 3-D CT (computed tomography) daily image guidance and ultrafast MLC (multileaf collimator) modulation, enabling the delivery of the dose to achieve excellent target homogeneity while sparing surrounding healthy tissue. Also included in the series is the TomoHD system — including TomoDirect — a full spectrum solution that provides high quality treatments to every patient for any clinical indication requiring radiotherapy.The new TomoEdge dynamic jaws are capable of sharpening the dose and allow customers to treat more patients with the TomoTherapy system. The jaws are optimized to sweep across the target, minimizing dose to healthy tissue and critical structures adjacent to the target and opening to the desired maximum size to reduce treatment time. The result is a balanced treatment delivery that is as unique as each patient.Using the high-performance VoLO Technology, the TomoHDA system allows ultra fast creation of highly conformal treatment plans with the flexibility to design a personalized treatment plan specific to the individual needs of each patient. For example, the application of VoLO technology on breast cancer treatment plans has been shown to reduce dose calculation and treatment planning optimization time to as few as three minutes. TomoHDA also includes a fan-beam CT system capable of producing images 50 percent faster, facilitating improved patient repositioning time and therefore less overall time for the patient to be on the treatment couch.”Having been involved in the creation of and [the] research collaboration for the new TomoEdge, we have seen firsthand that this is one of the most versatile radiation therapy treatment options available,” said Florian Sterzing, M.D., consultant radiation oncologist at University Clinic of Heidelberg, Germany. “The new functionality enables improved quality of radiotherapy application and allows us to treat even more cancer patients.”The TomoHDA System also includes Citrix-based remote planning with Web-based review capabilities, providing the ultimate flexibility for clinicians to develop and approve treatment plans from virtual workstations.”TomoTherapy’s ability to treat the full range of disease sites, including even the most complex tumors, makes it an invaluable resource for cancer patients,” said Wade Gebara, M.D., chief of radiation oncology at Berkshire Medical Center, Pittsfield, Mass. “With increased speed and reliability, the new TomoTherapy System will provide the opportunity for more patients to benefit from this personalized technology.”Also on display in Accuray’s ASTRO booth was the CyberKnife M6 FIM Sytem — part of the CyberKnife M6 Series — which is pending U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k) clearance and not yet available for commercial distribution in the United States. The new CyberKnife M6 FIM and FM Systems feature the InCise MLC, which combines the benefits of beam shaping with the flexibility of non-isocentric, non-coplanar delivery. The new InCise MLC was designed specifically for stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) and stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) treatments, giving the system the capability to extend its radiosurgical precision into a broader field of applications. The system is intended to treat large and irregular tumors more efficiently with excellent dose gradients, to expand the number of patients eligible for treatment.Researchers at Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia — who compared treatment plans created with a theoretical MLC on the CyberKnife system to those created originally with the CyberKnife Iris collimator and conventional IMRT plans — found that an MLC mounted on a robotic arm could potentially offer numerous clinical benefits, including faster treatment delivery, better target coverage and a sharper dose fall-off could be achieved than a typical gantry-based IMRT plan or previous CyberKnife treatments. The Fox Chase researchers demonstrated the potential to create treatment plans that would spare critical structures around tumors better with a robotically mounted MLC, providing the ability to treat tumors using a higher dose without increasing the normal tissue toxicity.For more information: www.accuray.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享last_img read more

NSA researchers present security improvements for Zephyr and Fucshia at Linux Security

first_imgLast week, James Carter and Stephen Smalley presented the architecture and security mechanisms of two operating systems, Zephyr and Fuchsia at the Linux Security Summit 2018. James and Stephen are computer security researchers in the Information Assurance Research organization of the US National Security Agency (NSA). They discussed the current concerns in the operating systems and their contribution and others to further advance security of these emerging open source operating systems. They also compared the security features of Zephyr and Fucshia to Linux and Linux-based systems such as Android. Zephyr Zephyr is a scalable real-time operating system (RTOS) for IoT devices, supporting cross-architecture with security as the main focus. It targets devices that are resource constrained seeking to be a new “Linux” for little devices. Protection mechanisms in Zephyr Zephyr introduced basic hardware-enforced memory protections in the v1.8 release and these were officially supported in the v1.9 releases. The microcontrollers should either have a memory protection unit (MPU) or a memory management unit (MMU) to support these protection mechanisms. These mechanisms provide protection by the following ways: They enforce Read Only/No Execute (RO/NX) restrictions to protect the read-only data from tampering. Provides runtime support for stack depth overflow protections. The researchers’ contribution was to review the basic memory protections and also develop a set of kernel memory protection tests that were modeled after subset of lkdtm tests in Linux from KSPP. These tests were able to detect bugs and regression in Zephyr MPU drivers and are now a part of the standard regression testing that Zephyr performs on all future changes. Userspace support in Zephyr In previous versions, everything ran in a supervisor mode, so Zephyr introduced a userspace support in v1.10 and v1.11. This requires the basic memory protection support and MPU/MMU. It provides basic support for user mode threads with isolated memory. The researchers contribution, here, was to develop userspace tests to verify some of the security-relevant properties for user mode threads, confirm the correctness of x86 implementation, and validate initial ARM and ARC userspace implementations. App shared memory: A new feature contributed by the researchers Originally, Zephyr provided an access to all the user threads to the global variables of all applications. This imposed high burden on application developers to, Manually organize application global variable memory layout to meet (MPU-specific) size/alignment restrictions. Manually define and assign memory partitions and domains. To solve this problem, the researchers developed a new feature which will come out in v1.13 release, known as App Shared Memory, having features: It is a more developer-friendly way of grouping application globals based on desired protections. It automatically generates linker script, section markings, memory partition/domain structures. Provides helpers to ease application coding. Fucshia Fucshia is an open source microkernel-based operating system, primarily developed by Google. It is based on a new microkernel called Zircon and targets modern hardware such as phones and laptops. Security mechanisms in Fucshia Microkernel security primitives Regular handles: Through handles, userspace can access kernel objects. They can identify both the object and a set of access rights to the object. With proper rights, one can duplicate objects, pass them across IPC, and obtain handles to child objects. Some of the concerns pointed out in regular handles are: If you have a handle to a job, you can get handle to anything in the job using object_get_child() Leak of root job handle Refining default rights down to least privilege Not all operations check access rights Some rights are unimplemented, currently Resource handles: These are a variant of handles for platform resources such as, memory mapped I/O, I/O port, IRQ, and hypervisor guests. Some of the concerns pointed out in resource handles are: Coarse granularity of root resource checks Leak of root resource handle Refining root resource down to least privilege Job policy: In Fucshia, every process is a part of a job and these jobs can further have child jobs. Job policy is applied to all processes within the job. These policies include error handling behavior, object creation, and mapping of WX memory. Some of the concerns pointed out in job policies are: Write execute (WX) is not yet implemented Inflexible mechanism Refining job policies down to least privilege vDSO (virtual dynamic shared object) enforcement: This is the only way to invoke system calls and is fully read-only. Some of the concerns pointed out in vDSO enforcement are: Potential for tampering with or bypassing the vDSO, for example, processs_writes_memory() allows you to overwrite the vDSO Limited flexibility, for example,  as compared to seccomp Userspace mechanisms Namespaces: It is a collection of objects that you can enumerate and access. Sandboxing: Sandbox is the configuration of a process’s namespace created based on its manifest. Some of the concerns pointed out in namespaces and sandboxing are: Sandbox only for application packages (and not system services) Namespace and sandbox granularity No independent validation of sandbox configuration Currently uses global /data and /tmp To address the aforementioned concerns the researchers suggested a MAC framework. It could help in the following ways: Support finer-grained resource checks Validate namespace/sandbox It could help control propagation, support revocation, apply least privilege Just like in Android, it could provide a unified framework for defining, enforcing, and validating security goals for Fuchsia. This was a sneak peek from the talk. To know more about the architecture, hardware limitations, security features of Zephyr and Fucshia in detail, watch the presentation on YouTube: Security in Zephyr and Fucshia – Stephen Smalley & James Carter, National Security Agency. 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Battle over Tortuguero Road heats up again

first_imgThe on-and-off battle over the proposed road through the Atlantic Coast Tortuguero National Park is heating up again after the National System of Conservation Areas (SINAC) stopped an effort to open the road through the park led by the municipality of Pococí, which has jurisdiction over Tortuguero.A court motion allowed the municipality to authorize construction, but then on March 14, SINAC halted construction based on three different Supreme Court rulings protecting the parkland.According to the SINAC executive secretary, the municipality of Pococí authorized construction and provided diesel and machinery to the Road Committee of Caño Chiquero. The Caño Chiquero committee then started restoring a section of the construction site that was initially shut down by authorities in 1997.SINAC detailed evidence of construction they found in a press release: “This was corroborated by a visit of March 7, 2018, at 3:45 p.m. by officials from SINAC… and Tortuguero National Park, Cuatro Esquinas sector, where they detected traces of machinery (apparently a dragline), removal of vegetation along the trail on both banks and the existence of a rustic wooden bridge using a log of almond tree, cut longitudinally, on the Chiquero Caño, which is used as a bridge to make way for the Barra de Tortuguero community.” According to business owners in the area, virtually all of the town’s citizens oppose the road, which would bisect 1.9 kilometers of the famed national park and an adjacent protected area.“Of the people who live here, 100 percent are against the road,” said Modesto Watson, owner of the Riverboat Franchesca, a tour agency that explores the national park’s winding canals. “The people who want the road are people who own land along the route and want to sell the land for a profit, and people who want to see Pizza Huts and Burger Kings built in the area.”Darryl Loth, a Canadian citizen who runs the Marbella Lodge, said that any support for the road dried up after the government ceded to town demands for services.“They put in a boat ambulance, built a high school and a daycare center and health clinic run by the [Social Security system] seven days a week, they brought in firefighters,” said Loth. “The reasons for wanting the road have basically disappeared.”Loth said that a road bringing more people into the area would completely change the character of Tortuguero.“Right now what we have is petty crime,” said Loth. “What happens when a road is put in here and we get real drug trafficking and everything else that comes along with it?” The canals of Tortuguero: Monkeys, toucans and caimans, diay Loth helped organize a protest in the village against the road last month.Watson said that the road would allow local development that would completely change the attraction of businesses like his.“It doesn’t serve me at all. We have people who come here to see the wildlife, not to enjoy ‘sun and fun,’” said Watson. “We would have people come here for weekend jaunts and they would leave a lot of trash like they do in places like Puerto Viejo [to the south].”The road got its biggest boost in 1997 when the municipality of Pococí tore down trees and began opening a way through the national park.The National Park Service took the issue to court to have the municipality stop construction.“The opening of this road would favor the illegal transfer of turtles… It would be encouraging a real illegal trade,” said SINAC. “In addition, this area is part of the RAMSAR wetland; therefore, the environmental reputation that this country has internationally is jeopardized. In the same way, it was determined that the Mesoamerican Biological Corridor, which was created in order to allow the movement of the species, would be affected.” A rocket landing in Tortuguero?center_img Loth said that illegal hunting, fishing, and lumbering currently takes place on a small scale, but opening the area with a road would mean a quantum leap in those activities.Municipality spokeswoman Grace Maria Hernández Miranda said that the municipality allowed construction to resume based on an administrative court ruling in favor of a resident of Tortuguero demanding the road be completed.The route was established by law in the 1970s, and the municipality acted to begin work on the rustic currently unpassable “ditch” based on that planning document and the fact that an appeal was made before an administrative court, according to municipality lawyer Mayra Montes Arce.“Thus, it is clear that the actions taken both by this legal unit and by the mayor’s office have been taken responsibly, with legal knowledge and respecting our legal system,” said Montes Arce.Hernández said the municipality stopped work on the road because they want to wait for the legal process to be completed.SINAC spokeswoman Virgita Molina Sánchez, however, said that construction was halted at the demand of SINAC. 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Jetset Travelworld scares up a shonky

first_imgThe Jetset Travelworld Group has gleaned an infamous CHOICE shonky award for “sending consumer rights packing” in the 2012 Shonky Awards.CHOICE claimed their “shonky radar bleeped into overdrive” when it realised that “buried in its terms and conditions” the Jetset Travelworld Group including Travelworld, Harvey World Travel and Best Flights, required customers to waive chargeback rights.Chargeback is a service that allows you to apply to your credit card company to get your money back if goods or services you’ve paid for with your credit card aren’t provided.“These travel agents are shirking their duty to take responsibility for the actions or conditions of merchants with whom they do business and have a commercial relationship,” CHOICE said.In an update from the CHOICE website, NSW Fair Trading has asked the Jetset Travelworld Group to explain their contract terms and conditions regarding the clause demanding consumers waive their chargeback rights provided through credit and debit cards.CHOICE, the people’s watchdog, revealed the recipients of its annual awards for the shonkiest products and shoddiest services in Australia last month, naming brands such as Samsung, Cabcharge, Toblerone and Ticketek. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: P.Tlast_img read more

BOCs Ackermann says balance sheet derisking provides optionality flexibility

first_imgThe chairman of Bank of Cyprus’s board of directors Josef Ackermann said that the lender is expected to resume normal provisioning next year and so return to profitability after announcing last week a €500m increase in provisions for loan impairments.“The rationale and the motivation for the change in the balance sheet de-risking strategy is to provide the bank more optionality and flexibility in exploring innovative strategic solutions for accelerating the reduction of non-performing exposures for the benefit of its shareholders, while also facilitating a more focused dialogue with the regulator,” Ackermann told shareholders at the bank’s annual general meeting on Tuesday.Ackermann, who joined Bank of Cyprus following the capital increase of 2014, also referred to the reduction of the bank’s delinquent portfolio, which fell in the second quarter of 2017 to €9.7bn or 50 per cent of its loan portfolio from €10.4bn in March or 52 per cent.“A steeper reduction and eventual elimination of non-performing exposures depend not only on the bank’s actions but also on the engagement of bank borrowers and more broadly the whole Cypriot society,” he said. “To achieve accelerated progress in reducing non-performing loans, we need first and foremost a stronger commitment by individual borrowers, both large and small, to cooperate with the bank and to adhere to the principle that borrowers should respect and honour their financial obligations. Bank shareholders, many of whom are actually bank depositors, have already made major sacrifices in addressing the challenge of high non-performing loans”.“They cannot and should not do it alone,” he said, adding that he encouraged the bank’s customers not servicing their loans to cooperate with the Bank of Cyprus and “find innovative and practical solutions”.The Swiss national and former Deutsche Bank chief executive officer said that Bank of Cyprus’s strategy continues to remain focused on helping in the recovery of the Cypriot economy, which returned to growth in 2015 after a prolonged recession and is projected to expand this year 2.9 per cent after growing 2.8 per cent last year. “The bank and the Cypriot economy are in the same boat and we need to work together with the whole Cypriot society,” he said.You May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoYahoo SearchResearch Compact SUVs. New SUVs May Make You Want To Trade Yours In Today – See For Yourself!Yahoo SearchUndohear.comThese Bluetooth Hearing Aids Are Saving Liveshear.comUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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