IMPRESSIVE ELAINE A new champion will be crowned in the men’s 400 metres hurdles on today’s second day of the JAAA National Championships. Defending champion Annsert Whyte of Racers Track Club failed to advance after finishing fourth in his heat in 50.23 seconds. Fastest qualifier was NCAA bronze medallist Kemar Mowatt, who won heat one in 49.43. Jaheel Hyde was second fastest after winning heat two in 49.46, while Shawn Rowe won heat three in 49.59 to be the third fastest qualifier. The other qualifiers for the final, which will be run at 6:20 p.m. today, are Ricardo Campbell (49.54), AndrÈ Clarke (49.50), Sheldon Williams (49.83) and Javarn Gallimore (50.05). Defending champion Ristananna Tracy topped the women after winning heat two in 54.56 ahead of Leah Nugent, second in 54.90. Favourite, Janieve Russell, won heat one in 54.91 ahead of Ronda Whyte, who was second in a personal best time of 54.93 seconds, with third going to Nikita Tracy in 55.01. Kaliese Spencer, who finished fourth in heat one in 55.38, along with Sashel Brown (56.69) and Rushell Clayton (56.61), all advanced. Olympic champion Elaine Thompson looked very impressive in the women’s 100m after winning her heat in an easy 11.29. Simon Facey, 11.22; Joneille Smith, 11.23; and Sashalee Forbes, 11.34, all won their heats. Julian Forte, 10.14, advanced to this evening’s 100m semi-finals with the fastest time. Odean Skeen won his heat comfortably in 10.17. Other heat winners were Yohan Blake, 10.21, and Asafa Powell, 10.22. There was disappointment for Kemar Bailey Cole, who pulled up close to the finish line in the heat won by Powell. In the triple jump, Clive Pullen retained his title after winning with 16.83 metres. Wilberforce Walker was second with 16.09m, with Clayton Brown third with 15.97m.
The fullback was making his first start since November 2015 1 Mathieu Debuchy must be cursing his luck.The fullback was named in the Arsenal starting lineup against Bournemouth for the first time since November 2015 due to Hector Bellerin’s injury.And everything was going swimmingly for the Frenchman as he watched his side take a 1-0 lead through Alexis Sanchez.But the outcast lasted a mere 15 minutes as he trudged off the Emirates pitch and down the tunnel with an injury.Could this be the last time we see the former French international in a Gunners shirt?talkSPORT takes a look at the best reactions from fans online…
Gedion Zelalem in action for Arsenal’s Under-23s this season upon his return from injury. BEST OF huge blow Former Arsenal starlet Gedion Zelalem is now looking to impress in the States and get himself back on track having signed for Sporting Kansas City.After an unfortunate injury derailed his time with the Gunners will first spend time with Swope Park Rangers.If he can impress he could join a host of other former Premier League players now plying their trade in MLS.But who are the men currently starring in America having left our shores? Find out below. LATEST FOOTBALL STORIES Nedum Onuoha (Real Salt Lake)Once a mainstay in the England Under-21, the former Manchester City and Queens Park Rangers defender is now a regular at centre-back this season over in MLS.Roger Espinoza (Sporting Kansas City)Prior to his three-campaign spell at Wigan, where the left wing-back won the FA Cup, Espinoza was in Kansas.It turned out there was no place like home so he returned there in 2015 and has forged a fine career as a central midfielder.Bastian Schweinsteiger (Chicago Fire)The Germany legend has already done more in his time in America than he did at Old Trafford, which is shame given his standing in the game.A regular for the Fire and sometimes captain, he even turned out a centre-back on a couple of occasions for the club last term. shining Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions no dice Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? 10 Maynor Figueroa (Houston Dynamo)Fondly remembered for his lengthy spell at Wigan, the Honduran ace once scored from the halfway line in the Premier League against Stoke City, while he was in the Latics’ FA Cup winning side in 2013.Following spells at Colorado Rapids and FC Dallas, he’s now a Dynamo.Zlatan Ibrahimovic (LA Galaxy)Who could forget the bombastic Swede! After conquering almost every European country, he’s now starring in the States.The former Manchester United man scored 22 MLS goals in his 27 appearances during his debut campaign, he’s one for one now but is recovering from an injury. 10 REVEALED Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won 10 Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Vela played for Mexico at the World Cup last summer. 10 Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ Reto Ziegler (FC Dallas)Tottenham and Wigan had the Swiss ace on their books in the Premier League but the left-sided player never fulfilled his potential, either at left-back or as a left winger.Now 33, he’s found a role in MLS as a centre-back and is even converting penalties for his current club. getty gameday cracker Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card ADVICE Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Howard will soon retire. Ziegler during his Tottenham days. 10 Wilson gets stuck in. 10 Major League Soccer is quickly becoming a great incubator for talent with Miguel Almiron the latest star to venture to Europe after making his name in America.There is though still a market for European-based talents travelling across the Atlantic to reignite their careers. Nani (Orlando City)It was always going to be hard for the winger to live up to comparisons with Cristiano Ronaldo.He made a fist of it at Old Trafford before spells at Fenerbahce, Valencia, Lazio, and Sporting Lisbon – but can he crack America? Kamara celebrates one of his many MLS goals. REPLY Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move Carlos Vela (Los Angeles FC)During his early career at Arsenal, the Mexican was known for his love of chipping the goalkeeper when through one-on-one.Now 30, the ex-Gunner is in fine form in his second season with LAFC, scoring three and assisting two in his first four matches. This comes after a debut campaign with 14 goal and 10 assists – not bad at all! 10 The lion continues to roar in the United States. Kei Kamara (Colorado Rapids)A Premier League spell with Norwich City saw Kamara net just one goal in 11 appearances.Stateside, though, the Sierra Leone ace has a formidable record. He’s now had prolific spells with Columbus Crew (31 goals in 46 appearances), New England Revolution (21 in 59), Vancouver Whitecaps (17 in 31), and is now with the Rapids and has already opened his account for the current campaign. Schweinsteiger gives supporters a thumbs up. Danny Wilson (Colorado Rapids)Signed by Liverpool from Rangers for £2million in 2010, Wilson only made two Premier League appearances for the Reds.The defender failed to make an impact out on loan in England but was signed on a free by Heart of Midlothian and then returned to Rangers.He then joined the Rapids in January 2018 and played 23 times, while he has made another two this campaign. Tim Howard (Colorado Rapids)The former Everton and Manchester United goalkeeper is now in the final season of his career as he prepares to retire at the end of the 2019 MLS campaign.He’s performed well for the Rapids and in 2016 saved two penalties to guide his side into to the Western Conference Championship. 10 RANKED REVEALED 10 Rooney celebrates with his DC United team-mates. Wayne Rooney (DC United)The England and Manchester United legend appears to be continuing his thrilling start to MLS life having netted three goals in three games this season, while also grabbing an assist.Rooney is now captain and striker in Washington having played in midfield last year – he still managed 12 goals in 20 games though, plus six assists. Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars 10 Wright-Phillips has been astonishing since moving to MLS Bacary Sagna (Montreal Impact)It looked like the French right-back’s career was all but over when he left Benevento after a short stay. Now, though, he’s doing well in Canada at 36-years-old.Michael Mancienne (New England Revolution)One of the most capped players in England Under-21 history, the ex-Chelsea academy man never made it as a Premier League player.He had spells with Queens Park Rangers, Wolves, Hamburg, and Nottingham Forest but is now captain of the Revolution, and playing at centre-back.Bradley Wright-Phillips (New York Red Bulls)A bonafide MLS legend. Wright-Phillips didn’t make the grade in the Premier League with Manchester City but after spells with Southampton, Plymouth and Charlton he opted for a switch to America.It turned out to be one of the best football decisions ever. The forward has 125 goals in 216 games for New York Red Bulls – a fine career.
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Share This!One of the delightful shops at Disney Springs is The Ganachery. Here you can find delicious chocolate treats made fresh in Disney Springs. Throughout the year The Ganachery offers seasonal treats, and their latest debuted this week. The Reindeer Pluto Chocolate Piñata is an adorable way to celebrate the season. You’ll be a hit if you bring this to your next holiday gathering. The pricetag of $28.00 is a bit high, but it is well decorated and looks delicious. It is made of white chocolate so if you prefer dark chocolate then look to the Santa Mickey Chocolate Piñata that debuted last year and has returned.Reindeer Pluto PinataReindeer Pluto PinataReindeer Pluto PinataReindeer Pluto PinataReindeer Pluto Pinata
In addition to confusion over charging that we covered yesterday, a number of other issues have come to light to mar the iPad’s debut. The most common, according to Apple’s iPad support forums, are weak and intermittent Wi-Fi signals and overheating.The heat issue might make the beach bums ReadWriteWeb mentioned earlier as early adopters default to other devices – or make the long move to Peter’s Sink, Utah.An additional issue is the apparent inability of the iPad to handle IMAP push email from Yahoo and others.Some of these and other problems may be the normal shaking out process of a hardware launch. Some may be genuine design issues. But some, like the “not charging” messages people were getting yesterday, may turn out to be a result of a multitude of expectations. Some expect it to behave like a phone, others like a laptop computer- and in some ways it does neither. It could be some time before expectations, and limitations, are established. These issues, again, are rooted in the responsibility of manufacturers in setting those expectations. Were these limitations noted prior to launch? If so, were they not communicated out of a fear of limiting sales? ReadWriteWeb has been evaluating the iPad extensively. How has your iPad experience been? Tags:#Apple#web curt hopkins Related Posts A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic…
Tags:#Facebook#Product Reviews#Social Web#twitter#web “Eighty-five percent of daily users check top of the day,” Berenguer tells ReadWriteWeb. In the world of digitalized relationships, this makes sense. Pixable discovers a user’s top photos of the day by determining the number of likes, comments and tags each photo has. So, the more sharing/liking/commenting each photo has, the more relevant it should be to you. As such, Pixable ends up being more about pre-existing signals than happenstance discovery of old friends or lost ties who a user might still be connected to on Facebook or Twitter. Pixable responds to your current digital identity.Pixable, like any other Internet tool, does not know the intricacies of that particular relationship – it only knows what data a user provides it online. Your online identity is based on what you share. In other words, you are what you share online. Another Useful Section: My Likes and CommentsFar too often, I hear people say that they jump on Facebook, comment and like a bunch of stuff, and then leave – yet later in the day, they do not remember what they even did on Facebook. There is so much content on this black hole of a social network that sometimes it is hard to remember what actually happened. Kind of like the digital version of a blackout. Pixable organizes all the photos that a user likes and comments on on Facebook under the “My Likes & Comments” section. This is a useful and passive way to quietly gather a visual repository of inspiring images, or just an easier way to keep track of what actually happened during that Facebook spree. alicia eler Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification Pixable integrates Twitter photos from eight different repositories, including TwitPic, YFrog, Instagram, YouTube and Vimeo. Depending on how visually oriented your social circle happens to be, they may not be as prevalent in the Pixable photo stream. “That is why our application is so addictive,” proclaims Berenguer. “You have a need to consume photos because they are photos from the people you care about.” That is, if you tell Facebook and Twitter who those people are. A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit Related Posts The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… Last night, Zuckerberg liked Friendsheet on his Facebook profile. But he said nothing about Pixable, a Web service and app that wants to become your new photo inbox. That’s probably because Pixable has plans that extend beyond just Facebook.“Pixable will be your mobile photo inbox,” says CEO Inaki Berenguer. “So people will check their Gmail accounts, then Facebook and then Pixable.” Essentially, Pixable wants to become Internet users’ photo inbox – a way to see the world “through your friends’ eyes.”Pixable gave ReadWriteWeb an exclusive sneak peak at today’s new updates, which live for now on new.pixable.com. Pixable made some big changes to the Web version of the site layout, making it more grid-like. Previously, the experience felt closer to clicking on Facebook photo albums. Now users choose feeds from the dropdown menus of Everyone’s Photos, Friends Photos and Hashtags. Pixable connects with users’ Facebook and Twitter accounts, and grabs photos from Twitter followers and the Facebook social graph. Interestingly, only 2% of tweets contain media such as photos or videos – so really, Pixable benefits the most from Facebook photos and Instagram images, many of which appear on Facebook.Photos are the future of communication,” says Berenguer, speaking as fast as any New Yorker normally would. “You don’t take photos for memories, but rather to communicate with your friends. People are in a restaurant eating a salad, they post it to Twitter. They go to a concert, and they post it to Facebook. It is not that they want to keep a memory for the rest of their life – they want to broadcast their life.”Why Using Pixable as a Photo Inbox Makes More SenseI decided to test drive the idea of Pixable as a mobile photo inbox. In doing so, I found myself most drawn to the sections “most recent photos,” “top of the day,” “top of the week” and “top of the month.” I had not seen all of these photos in the Facebook news feed, which I usually sort by “top stories” instead of “most recent.” One interesting aspect of the Pixable photo stream: Even if you hide a user from the news feed, their photos will still show up in these categories. So, if you hide some friends from the news feed because you are not interested in seeing lots of images from them, using Pixable to see those same visually oriented friends’ images actually makes more sense. In that way, the Facebook news feed could be more useful as a text and article-based feed – and Pixable is where you get a Pinterest-esque layout of only images that you can choose to share out to Facebook or Twitter proper. Unfortunately, if you decide to tweet an image, you will have to type in the Twitter users’ handle – Pixable only tells you that it’s “via @pixable.” Here’s an example of a tweet I tried to send out from artist @ellengreeneart.
About a year ago, we started the “Ask An Expert” Forum and the response from the community was overwhelming. We get questions ranging from general product awareness to product selection guidance to technical support questions. The Server Learning Center complements “Ask and Expert” and is designed to help streamline the community’s ability to find answers to questions more quickly and help us serve you better. We hope you find both the information included as the layout both informative and easy to use.We have started this forum with a focus on Nehalem (Intel Xeon 5500). However, if we are missing something (either on Nehalem or something else), you can let us know and we will work to fill the gaps. If this is a popular forum within the community, we can work to list the items that are most popular within the community first so that the most relevant content that your peers find useful rises to the top.Click around. Check out the content. Provide your point of view. Share your experiences. Invite others to join the conversation. And most importantly, let us know how we can make this a more valuable forum for you.Give us feedback and by the way … Welcome to classProfessor Chris Peters (and the rest of the Intel Experts)Find the Server Learning Center hereTalk to the ProfessorFollow the Professor’s tweets (http://twitter.com/chris_p_intel )
There are common concerns between the three delivery mechanisms, which we are putting guidance in place for. Where the challenge lies is placing discreet, focused guidance for those areas that are different.As an example, it’s relatively easy to convey the need to respect the form factor and avoid shoving a full desktop sized screen onto a device with 1/3 the screen property. To do this you realize that different devices have different screen resolution and that people are to leverage the types of input and output to support device form factor. Although easy to convey, this is one of our biggest challenges in documenting and delivery.What is harder to communicate, is the need to break down tasks to those that would benefit from execution on a mobile device, and then deliver that task in a manner that leverages device capabilities, while respecting the form it is delivered on. The bottom line is that you do not wholly distribute applications to mobile devices without a task-breakdown-analysis, showing why it is needed. And you should always take the form into account.We recognize that it’s a challenge to deliver legacy enterprise applications onto mobile devices. To do so without any guidance, or at a minimum a community, wastes resources and does not make you more effective as a supporting organization.As we continue this work I will be commenting and providing some learning’s here. VirtualizedEither virtualized client or steaming application ran on an encapsulated operating system (full or partial), streamed to the target device. Browser BasedApplications hosted in a browser-controlled environment or coded in a browser-supported language and reliant upon that browser to render and deliver the application executable. As an IT shop, we are often challenged with big and important tasks. Even though we have made great strides to show the industry how to truly use our products for great value, in the end, we understand that we are secondary to Intel’s product manufacturing capability. So we strive to keep costs low, be responsive, provide innovative methods to improve productivity and do everything we can to keep the business running as smoothly as possible. We also help to grow our business by being there before the business knows they need something.One new area we are developing guidance in is our ability to deliver enterprise applications to mobile devices. Application mobility is something we have been doing in pockets of excellence for our sales teams and some manufacturing support groups, but without an all-encompassing understanding, and not with our enterprise applications.After having an event to discover all the activities around mobile devices that were planned or in-flight, we then formed a smaller core team of nine people covering Architecture, Engineering and Operations. This smaller Application Mobilization Working Group is tasked with the creation of policy and roadmap for the implementation of our architectural artifacts, communication approaches as well as guidance and governance methods.Why do we care about creating a larger initiative in this area? We are really trying to fill a gap that developers and architects are clamoring for today as well as avoid wasted effort, while providing methods to prioritize problems that need solved. Whether we want to open our eyes or not, the world is where we have pushed it — into the mobile space. Employees are bringing their own devices and being able to leverage those capabilities within pre-set guard rails will lend to a tremendous increase to productivity and employee satisfaction.Part of our approach is realizing the different mechanisms that our current inventory could be delivered to mobile devices.NativeThese are instructions and data executed directly by a computer’s CPU or on top of the target devices operating system. As an example, an application inside the app-store available for download and install.
The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences will discontinue a submission option for members that, at its best, repeatedly put prestigious scientists in awkward situations and, at its worst, critics alleged, allowed scientists to ease their way through the peer-review process.The submission option, called Track One, allowed Academy members to “communicate” papers written by non-members and help usher their colleagues’ work through the editorial process. In contrast to traditional peer review, members had the autonomy to select the reviewing editors for the work, which increased the chance of a favorable reception. Some recent papers “communicated” to PNAS include work on the effect of testosterone on financial decisions by men and women; on the proper DNA “barcode” for identifying plants; and a cover story on the separation and divergence of different lineages of the coast horned lizard. Of the 3133 papers published by PNAS in 2009, around 390 came in via Track One submissions.But as of 1 July next year, PNAS will force all non-members to submit to the journal directly for blind peer review. 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This put many members in a tight spot, since they say they often were asked to push substandard work by friends. The changes will not affect the privilege of Academy members to submit their own work to PNAS via a different process. Randy Schekman, a biologist and editor-in-chief of PNAS, told ScienceInsider that most editorial board members strongly favored the change. So did Academy members, over 80% of whom voted to eliminate Track One this summer. Schekman adds that a “determined minority” opposed the move because they felt the option offered a publication route for innovative and idiosyncratic papers. Schekman argues that another mechanism—the ability of authors, when they submit, to suggest who should review their paper as editors—ensures that such work will be judged fairly.