The silt-workshop is always a popular activity. [Photo & Text: sa] The Ecosa group helps to plant grape vines in a prepared field. They also help to plant some corn with the Agriculture department crew. [Photo & Text: Yuki Y] April 25, 2005The The One lunch during this visit is a FRUGAL MEAL. The group sits in a circle with simple soup and bread to remember people less fortunate. After some minutes of silence, people share thoughts about hunger and related issues. [Photo Yuki Y & Text: sa]
Satellite operator SES has announced the certification of what it claims to be the world’s first SAT-IP converter by Inverto Digital Labs, a developer of consumer and professional broadcast reception products.SAT-IP is a new standard and trademark developed and supported by SES. With SAT-IP, satellite-delivered programmes are converted into the IP standard at the point of reception in the home. Households can therefore receive, via their wired or wireless in-home internet distribution system, the full satellite line-up on TVs and various IP-devices including smartphones, tablets, and smart TVs, with different programmes on different devices at the same time.“SAT-IP is a quantum leap in satellite reception and will make it even more competitive with other reception modes,” said Thomas Wrede, vice-president reception systems at SES. “With SAT-IP, we can fulfill the consumer need to serve a multitude of platforms at home with an excellent satellite signal quality and a variety of content. Satellite TV anywhere in the home, on tablet devices, smartphones, PCs or smart TVs: that is the revolution of SAT-IP.”
The downloading of illicit content from the internet in France is decreasing, while the consumption of legal content is growing, according to the latest survey by the Hadopi, the authority charged with implementing France’s antipiracy law.According to the survey, 78% of users now download legal content exclusively, , up from 71% in December 2011, while 15% use illegitimate sites, a lower proportion than previously. In total, 87% use legitimate sites. However, while the illicit consumption of music, images, video games and books has been decreasing, the consumption of TV shows and films is still giving cause for concern, with 21% admitting to accessing TV series from illicit sites and 24% accessing films and videos illicitly.
ShareTweet A5 dual roadELISHA MCCALLIONFoyle MPMake your voice heard on A5 upgrade consultation – McCallionNorth West regionSinn Fein “This essential infrastructure project will also boost connectivity, cut journey times and improve road safety. “This is the latest stage towards work beginning on this important project and I am looking forward to seeing progress being made.” Make your voice heard on A5 upgrade consultation – McCallion was last modified: May 14th, 2019 by John2John2 Tags: SINN Féin’s Elisha McCallion has encouraged people to have their say on the A5 redevelopment before a public consultation closes on Friday. The Foyle MP said: “The public consultation on the A5 road upgrade project is set to close on Friday and I would encourage everyone to have their say. “The A5 upgrade is vital for stimulating the economy of the entire north west region it passes through.