TORONTO – The CN Tower is closed for a fourth consecutive day due to the risk of ice falling from the Toronto landmark.The downtown attraction was first closed on Monday after chunks of ice fell onto streets and buildings below.“We are all working around the clock to monitor the situation,” officials with the CN Tower said in an email Thursday. “Based on this morning’s inspection, the majority of the ice has come off the tower and the situation has improved considerably.”However, officials said for safety reasons, the CN Tower will remain closed until “further notice.”“Our top priority is the safety of guests, employees and neighbours and we continue to collaborate with the authorities and our partners,” they said.The falling ice has affected traffic and neighbouring businesses, including Ripley’s Aquarium, which has also been closed since Monday.“If you’re wondering how our animals are doing through the closure — rest assured they’re safe,” Ripley’s Aquarium said in a tweet Thursday. “Our husbandry team has been hard at work to ensure they’re fed and thriving.”The tumbling ice also made a hole in the roof of the nearby Rogers Centre on Monday, forcing the cancellation of a baseball game between the Toronto Blue Jays and the Kansas City Royals.The stadium opened for games Tuesday, but certain entranced were blocked off.The closures come following a weekend ice storm that hit much of southern Ontario, causing widespread power outages, as well as hundreds of collisions and flight cancellations in the region.
Azerbaijan is a country of unmatched culture and exotic history. It hosts an array of customs, traditions and fine cuisines – a place which will satisfy expectations of the most sophisticated gastronomists – and finally, it is the country of Caucasian hospitality and amiability. Situated at the eastern side of Transcaucasia (or South Caucasus) on the shores of the Caspian Sea, Azerbaijan is the largest country of the South Caucasus. Baku is its capital and largest city. Also Read – Oman – Beauty with an addressAzerbaijan is often referred to as the ‘Land of Fire’. It is known that a majority of those residing in this territory before the Common Era were fire worshippers. Since then, the country has preserved the ancient evidence of that era: cave paintings, statues of gods and ancient temples. Two of the most vivid examples of this heritage are the temple of fire-worshippers (Ateshgah) at Surakhani near Baku and Yanardag, translated as the “burning mountain”. These lands were considered sacred for centuries and throughout history, they were worshipped by the followers of Zoroastrianism, Hinduism and Sikhism. Also Read – CANADA: A traveller’s delightHistorically a part of the Great Silk Road and situated at the crossroads of the geopolitical, economic and cultural interests of many nations and civilisations, Azerbaijan has, since ancient times, aroused the interests of great minds, scientists, travellers and historians. References to this amazing land, located on the western coast of the Caspian Sea and in the eastern part of the South Caucasus, can be found in the ancient writings of Herodotus, Strabo and Claudius Ptolemy. Azerbaijan has an amazing historical and cultural heritage with more than 7,500 natural, archeological, architectural and historical monuments. Cave drawings at Gobustan, Momine-Khatun and Garabaghlar mausoleums, the Palace of Sheki Khans, the Maiden Tower, the castles of Absheron, medieval manuscripts decorated with magnificent miniature paintings, antique rugs and works of literature, arts and sculpture – all of this is just a small part of the country’s rich and priceless heritage. Holidays are on the rise in Azerbaijan owing to its cosmopolitan culture and ease of connectivity. More importantly, Azerbaijani people are known for their warmth and hospitality; from hotel staff going above and beyond to help you locate excursions to sharing a hot meal and swapping stories. If you are looking to be pampered alongside exploring hidden gems in a secure and safe destination – Azerbaijan is the place. As Azerbaijan sits on the crossroads of Europe and Asia, this diamond in the rough appears rugged on the edges with miles of untouched natural beauty. Gabala is a perfect getaway retreat, far from the hustle and bustle of congested cities, where you can rejuvenate yourself. Waterfalls, large forests and the magnificent Caucasian mountains make Gabala an ideal place for the brave heart. You can also take part in various outdoor activities – quad biking, hiking, skating, horse rides etc. ARCHITECTURAL DELIGHTSThe buildings of Azerbaijan are a glorious mixture of styles, reflecting the cultural shifts and changing trends of hundreds of years. From minarets to mosaics, medieval to modern, every corner reveals something different and distinct. Momine Khatun Mausoleum The dramatic, semi-desert mountain landscapes of the Nahkchivan Autonomous Republic stretch from brooding Mt Aghri to the historic town of Ordubad. This stunning 25-meter high decagon of red brick and turquoise enameled tiles is the finest example of the Nakhchivan architectural tradition. Palace of the Shirvanshahs Located in Baku, The Palace of the Shirvanshahs is a 15th century palace built by the Shirvanshahs and described by UNESCO as “one of the pearls of Azerbaijan’s architecture”.The complex was built gradually, over the course of centuries. Haydar Aliyev Centre World-famous architect Zaha Hadid designed the crown jewel of Azerbaijan’s architecture in central Baku. It flows seamlessly from the plaza around it, joining the exterior and the interior to represent the inclusion of everyone in a place of shared ideas. A museum, exhibition halls and an auditorium are housed together in this single eternally flowing shape. Ganja Bottle House This astonishing two-storey house in Azerbaijan’s second city was completed in 1967 by Ibrahim Jafarov, and is made of 48,000 glass bottles of different colours and sizes – making it one of the greatest architectural marvels. Sheki Khan Palace The country’s craftsmen are famed for their shebeke – a mosaic of coloured glass set in a wooden latticework and assembled without nails or glue. The round-form shebeke of Sheki Khan Palace is unique, making it a real visual feast! Heydar Aliyev Centre This astonishing structure was also designed by Zaha Hadid, the first woman to ever receive the Pritzker award, architecture’s highest honor. It’s unique wave-like design earns the title as Central Baku’s crown jewel of architecture. The centre boasts of the incredible diversity and energy visible in Azerbaijani art. FEAST FOR THE SENSES Azerbaijan’s unique geography and location have resulted in a cuisine influenced not just by its own varied ingredients, but by the tastes of many people travelling along the Silk Road – making it full of surprising flavours and combinations! Plov A local favourite, plov is rice served with meat, fish or fruit. The saffron-flavoured rice is cooked with lots of fresh herbs, vegetables, dried fruits and more. Some cooking books offer over 40 different versions of plov. The dish is so highly regarded that there is even an International Plov Festival to celebrate this hearty meal. In every Azerbaijani holiday, whether it is the celebration of springtime (Novruz Bayram), or a special occasion such as a birthday or any other important family event, plov remains an integral part. Pakhlava Pakhlava is a festive dish made for Novruz – the traditional celebration of the coming of spring. The classic pakhlava is cut into diamonds and is sure to be relished by gourmands. Caviar and Fish Caspian fish has its own special taste and is best served with narsherab (pomegranate sauce). The most famous fish in Azerbaijan is the Beluga sturgeon. Known as one of the world’s most expensive delicacies, the Beluga sturgeon doesn’t reach its reproductive age till it is about 20 years old. Drinks There is extensive archeological information suggesting that the people inhabiting the territory of present-day Azerbaijan had developed viticulture. Some relevant artefacts related to the ancient wine production in modern Azerbaijan (as bowls, recipients etc.) have been excavated from the ruins of medieval towns and cities. Azerbaijan’s viticulturists developed many valuable varieties each of which were adapted to the soil and climate conditions in different parts of the country. The varied terrain of its fast-improving wineries across the country results in myriad of flavours and bouquets. The most famous is the Caspian Coast, Fireland Vineyards, Yarimada, Hacihetemli, Savalan, Hillside, and Agsu pomegranate wine.
Saharanpur (Uttar Radesh): Congress President Rahul Gandhi and party General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi’s rally in Saharanpur on Monday was cancelled due to bad weather. Both leaders were to address a gathering at the Gandhi Park here to seek support for Congress candidate Imran Masood, who has been fielded from the Saharanpur Lok Sabha seat. Congress office-bearers made the announcement after hours of waiting. The official reason given for the cancellation was bad weather. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’ The rally was scheduled to start around 11.30 a.m. Campaigning in Saharanpur constituency is being considered significant because of its 42 per cent Muslim population. The Congress has repeated its candidate Masood, who had put up a strong fight in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections but had lost. The SP-BSP-RLD coalition has fielded Bahujan Samaj Party’s Fazlur Rahman from Saharanpur, which includes five Assembly segments — Behat, Saharanpur, Saharanpur Dehat, Rampur Maniharan and Deoband. Voting will take place in Saharanpur on April 11, in the first of the seven phase polling.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Yuras Karmanau And Peter Leonard, The Associated Press Posted Jul 19, 2014 8:10 am MDT Bodies from downed jetliner piled in boxcars in Ukraine; West condemns crash site tampering TOREZ, Ukraine – Pro-Moscow rebels piled nearly 200 bodies from the downed Malaysian jetliner into four refrigerated boxcars Sunday in eastern Ukraine, and cranes at the crash scene moved big chunks of the Boeing 777, drawing condemnation from Western leaders that the rebels were tampering with the site.The United States, meanwhile, presented what it called “powerful” evidence that the rebels shot down the plane with a Russian surface-to-air missile and training. Although other governments have stopped short of accusing Russia of actually causing the crash, the U.S. was ahead of most in pointing blame on Moscow for the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 that killed all 298 people aboard.“Russia is supporting these separatists. Russia is arming these separatists. Russia is training these separatists,” Secretary of State John Kerry said on CNN’s “State of the Union.”Leaders of Britain, France, Germany and Australia spoke to Russian President Vladimir Putin by phone late Sunday, urging him to use his influence on the separatists to ensure the victims could be repatriated and international investigators could have full access to collect evidence. They said European foreign ministers will be meeting in Brussels Tuesday to consider further sanctions on Russia.More than three days after the jetliner crashed, international investigators still had only limited access to the sprawling fields where the plane fell.U.N. Security Council diplomats tweeted Sunday that the council would vote Monday afternoon on a draft resolution co-sponsored by Australia, France and Lithuania that would call for full access to the crash site and an independent investigation.“Investigators must have immediate full access to MH17 crash site, & bodies treated with dignity,” British Ambassador Mark Lyall Grant tweeted.British Prime Minister David Cameron, in a blistering opinion piece for the Sunday Times, said “the growing weight of evidence” suggests the rebels shot down the plane, and if that is so, “this is a direct result of Russia destabilizing a sovereign state, violating its territorial integrity, backing thuggish militias and training and arming them.”Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, whose country lost 28 citizens in the tragedy, said Putin “said all the right things” during their telephone conversation about ensuring an international investigation into the disaster.“I’m now going to try to ensure that as far as Australia humanly can, we insist upon these things happening,” Abbott told Sydney Radio 2GB on Monday. “The site is being treated more like a garden clean-up than a forensic investigation, and this is completely unacceptable.”Russian officials have blamed Ukraine’s government for creating the situation and atmosphere in which the plane was downed, but has yet to directly address the allegations that the separatists were responsible or were operating with technical assistance from Moscow.The 109-square-kilometre (42-square-mile) crash site, spread out on farmland and villages, looked dramatically different Sunday, a day after armed rebels had stood guard while dozens of bodies lay in the summer heat. The rebels were gone, and 192 bodies were loaded into the refrigerated train cars in the rebel-held town of Torez, 15 kilometres (nine miles) away.The Ukrainian government said in a statement on its website that a second train with four refrigerator cars had arrived at Torez station.Emergency workers, who the rebels have allowed to operate under their control, were searching the sprawling fields. Cranes moved pieces of the plane around, apparently to look for more bodies underneath.By Sunday night, Ukraine’s emergency services agency said the total number of bodies found was 251, with dozens of body parts.Kerry expressed outrage at the “grotesque” behaviour of the rebels at the crash scene.“Drunken separatists are stacking bodies into the back of trucks, removing materials from the site,” he told ABC’s “This Week.” ”On Friday, we had 75 minutes of access to the site; on Saturday, three hours of access. This is an insult to everybody.Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, whose country lost 192 citizens on the plane, told a news conference that repatriating the bodies was his “No. 1 priority.”He said all efforts were aimed at getting the train with the bodies to “territory controlled by Ukraine,” adding that a Dutch military plane was being sent to Kharkiv to set up a co-ordinationcentre.Michael Bociurkiw, a spokesman for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, said reports from the group’s investigators in Ukraine suggest some bodies were incinerated without a trace.“We’re looking at the field where the engines have come down. This was the area which was exposed to the most intense heat. We do not see any bodies here. It appears that some have been vaporized,” he said from the crash site.Rebel leader Alexander Borodai denied the rebels were trying to tamper with evidence, saying the bodies would be turned over to a team of Malaysian experts he was expecting.A group of investigators that included Malaysian officials was in Kyiv, but said they wouldn’t go into rebel-held areas until they get better assurances about security. The Ukrainian government, which has responsibility for the investigation, has also asked for help from the International Civil Aviation Organization — a U.N. body — and Eurocontrol, a European air traffic safety organization.Borodai insisted the rebels have not interfered with the investigation, and said he would turn over the plane’s flight data and cockpit voice recorders, or “black boxes,” as well.“The bodies will go nowhere until experts arrive,” Borodai said in the rebel-held city of Donetsk.But it was clear that the rebels were interfering in the investigation.Lyubov Kudryavets, a worker at the Torez morgue, said that on the evening the plane went down, a resident brought in the bloodied body of a child, about 7 or 8 years old. On Saturday, militiamen came to take away the body away, she said.“They began to question me: ‘Where are the fragments of rocket? Where are the fragments from the plane?’” Kudryavets said. “But I didn’t have any wreckage. … I swear.”Experts said that even if investigators are granted access now, it might be too late.“Even without any deliberate attempt at a coverup, the crash site is already compromised in forensic terms,” said Keir Giles, an associate fellow at the Chatham House think-tank . “A reconstruction of the aircraft fuselage and wings would give a picture on how the missile struck and what kind it was. If any aircraft parts have already been removed … this compromises the objectivity of the investigation.”On the diplomatic front, Western leaders stepped up the pressure on Putin. The leaders of France, Germany and Britain issued a joint statement demanding that he force the separatists to “finally allow rescuers and investigators to have free and total access to the zone.”Rutte said the Dutch foreign minister was headed to the U.N. to lobby “to further expand the international coalition pushing for quick recovery of the bodies and getting to the bottom of the terrible events on MH17.”In the Netherlands, worshippers at church services prayed for the victims, as anger grew over the rebels’ hindering of the investigation.Silene Fredriksz-Hoogzand, whose son, Bryce, and his girlfriend, Daisy Oehlers, were among those killed, said she was appalled their bodies weren’t being handed over.“Mr. Putin, send my children home,” she said, speaking on Sky TV from Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport. “Send them home. Please.”___Peter Leonard in Kyiv; Nataliya Vasilyeva in Moscow; Nicholas Garriga in Hrabove, Ukraine; Lucian Kim in Kharkiv, Ukraine; Michael Corder in The Hague, Netherlands; Danica Kirka in London, Lolita C. Baldor in Washington and Rod McGuirk in Canberra, Australia, contributed to this report.
Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. “It’s been completely insane and the whole feeling is overwhelming,” she said. “I was at The Cake and Bake Show in Manchester last weekend and it really was a ‘stop and wow’ moment.”People are so lovely and I love it but, at the same time, sometimes it can really take me by surprise. Every so often, I get hit with this wave of overwhelming emotion and I get quite emotional when I think that this is really happening to me.”If it hadn’t been for the school being so supportive at the beginning and letting me go and film Bake Off, I wouldn’t be here now.”Brown said that children at her school were surprised to see her back after viewers saw her win the series in October – the last before the show moves to Channel 4 – because they thought that she was now a millionaire.”They asked me why I was back after the final as I was now a millionaire. I explained to them that I hadn’t won a million but, in fact, a cake stand!”Leaving on Friday was emotional but I am excited about the future now, scared, too, and I am a bit of a worrier. But I cannot thank everybody enough for giving me this amazing opportunity and for my school letting me grab it with both hands and running with it.”I am a very lucky person.” Brown added: “It was so incredibly lovely of him to say this.”She said that it was very emotional saying a fond farewell to her pupils and fellow staff at the end of last week.”I will miss them so much,” she said. “I work in special needs and you are fighting the children’s corner so much. But I have had long conversations with my parents and my boyfriend, Liam, and I know it is the right decision.”I can’t thank the school enough, especially my head of department, Elly, who has been amazing, and I feel so grateful for the fact they have been so supportive. I keep thanking them all the time! It’s such a great new chapter for me.”She plans to take her time to map her future but Brown, who has signed up with a team of TV agents, says that she keeps pinching herself since winning the BBC1 show. “At first, I kept telling the school I would stay until December but they were so incredible and told me I had to grab everything whilst I could.”Brown said her school suggested she leave now, rather than at the end of this year, and that doing so would inspire the school’s pupils to follow their dreams.The Bake Off winner said: “My headteacher told me: ‘You’ve got to do this, you can’t do it half-heartedly. I wouldn’t forgive myself if you missed out.”It’s not that we don’t want you here but you have to give it 100%. If we can’t encourage our staff to follow their dreams and inspire, then we are not doing our job properly. You are showing the kids that anything is possible.”‘ Credit:Ken McKay /ITV / Rex / Shutterstock Candice Brown triumphed in this year’s final Credit:Mark Bourdillon/BBC / Love Productions Brown said she had discovered over the past few weeks that trying to juggle her day job – which involves working with children with special needs – with new commitments was too difficult.But Brown, who also teaches PE, said she could not have made the jump had it not been for the support of staff at Ashlyns School in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire. Her last day at the secondary school was on Friday.She said: “This has been such an agonising decision to make. Never in a million years did I ever go into the show thinking this would happen. That is why I have been back at school teaching since I won the final. “I have been teaching for about eight years now and I love it. But since winning the final, I have also been completely bowled over by the amazing opportunities that I have been offered. The winner of The Great British Bake Off Candice Brown has quit her job as a PE teacher to pursue the “amazing opportunities” she has been offered since the series.The 31-year-old, who beat Jane Beedle and Andrew Smyth in the final, shocked pupils when she returned to her post.But she has now made the “agonising” decision to put her job as a teacher on hold to pursue a career in baking.
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedTraffic disruptions expected along East Bank roadway tomorrow morningMay 19, 2016In “latest news”Part of Sheriff Street to be closed on Sunday- MPIOctober 11, 2018In “Business”East Coast arch installation leaves motorists peeved in hours long traffic jamMay 11, 2017In “latest news” The Ministry of Public Infrastructure, in a public traffic advisory issued earlier today (Tuesday, May 30), sought to inform the general general public that traffic on the East Bank Demerara Public Road (eastern/Timehri south-bound lane), at the Demerara Harbour Bridge intersection, will be disrupted from Wednesday, May 31, 2017 until Sunday, June 4, 2017, between the hours of 06:00 hrs to 19:30 hrs. This closure is to facilitate a pile-driving exercise.“Motorists and pedestrians are asked to exercise caution and note all caution and directional signs in the area”, the advisory noted.
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Related$8.4B owed in taxes to City HallMay 21, 2019In “Business”No tax amnesty for Billions owed by GSL – GRAApril 25, 2018In “Business”Giftland Mall owes $25M in taxes- CoI hearsOctober 3, 2018In “Business” …also failed to disburse pension payments for 19 monthsCity HallThe Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) has been awaiting payments from the Mayor and City Council (M&CC) for taxes dating back to 2016, while there has also been examination of pension payments to a broker insurance company that has not been paid for the past 19 months.Officials from the GRA submitted their evidences earlier today (Friday), at the Commission of Inquiry (CoI), where Justice Cecil Kennard (retired) continued to probe the matter with support from the legal assistant, Sherwin Benjamin.Deputy Commissioner of Internal Revenue, Ron Simbhu indicated to the Commission that City Hall is guilty of outstanding taxes, which have been owed for 2016 to 2018.While he was unable to divulge the exact amount as part of its agreements with the client, Simbhu positively stated that these payments were not made.Instances of outstanding payments continued throughout the hearing as the Deputy Managing Director of Insurance Brokers Limited, Ewart Adams was called to the stand to testify.It was related that for the past 19 months, the M&CC has not made any monetary payments to the company under the pension plan. It is understood that the Council was required to disburse the monies to the broker after which it would be distributed to the subject insurance company so that the pensioners can uplift their benefits.It is estimated that over $14.5M is unpaid for the pension plan with an additional $9M for the fire and motor insurance payments.
Updated 5.23 PMTHE IRISH ASSOCIATION of Funeral Directors (IAFD) has branded as “disgusting” today’s scrapping of the bereavement grant for families to cover funeral costs.The Bereavement Grant is a one-off payment of €850 made available on the death of a family member. Eligibility is not related to an ability to pay for the funeral but is based on PRSI contributions, meaning it is payable to the vast majority of citizens.Graham Gleasure of the IAFD has said that they will be talking to the Government with the hope of persuading them to reverse their decision to scrap the payment.Gleasure told TheJournal.ie that the Government’s decision is particular galling because the payment “is not a grant, it should never have been called a grant”. It is, he said, an entitlement earned as a result of PRSI contributions.The payment will be discontinued from 1 January with the Government saying it will be available for people in exceptional circumstances. Gleasure says however that this provision may put some civil servants in a “very difficult position” in deciding whether a recently bereaved familiarity is entitled to the payment.Families who are recently bereaved also will not want to be “pleading their case” for the payment either, he added.When news of the scrapping of the payment was leaked before today’s Budget speech the reaction on Twitter was wholly negative, particularly from people who have had to avail of the assistance in recent times.John Keohane of Keohane Funeral Directors in Cork city said the cut will have an impact on families, particularly given the current economic conditions.“It helps pay the bills, certainly,” he told TheJournal.ie. “Assuming people already have a grave, the average, standard funeral can cost about €4,500.“Obviously, every family situation is different but this payment does make a difference. A lot of people do not know it exists when they are first bereaved but, generally, they ask what help they are entitled to.”Keohane also says that cremations have become more popular in the city since the establishment of a local crematoria.“There are a couple of reasons, as well as the availability,” he added. “One is that some people don’t have a plot in a cemetery and they can cost up about €1,700 – and more in Dublin. Cremation halves the cost, really.”While the Bereavement Grant is based on PRSI contributions, the Exceptional Needs Payment, available under the Supplementary Welfare Allowance Scheme can help families which cannot afford a the cost of a funeral.It is a single payment to help with once-off expenditure which a person “could not reasonably be expected to meet out of their weekly income”.Although the payments were stopped this year for communions and confirmations, they are still payable for funerals where a person’s income is low.Each case is decided on the merits by the Department of Social Protection.August figures from the Department of Social Protection show more than €5 million is being paid out every year to help cover funeral and burial expenses. The average payout is around €1,300, having dropped slightly on previous years.There has been no signals in any Budget leaks if this grant will remain untouched. Earlier this year, the government stopped the Exceptional Needs Payment for communions, confirmations and other religious ceremonies.More Twitter reaction: – Additional reporting by Rónán DuffyLIVEBLOG: Budget 2014 as it happensREAD: Government doesn’t expect to lose any TDs over the BudgetPLAY: Budget Bingo 2014
Did you jump into the early adopting fray, and snag an iPhone 4S before any of your friends? While the experience of using the new iPhone is greatly improved, there is the small matter that it looks exactly like the iPhone 4. If you’re into flaunting your gear, this could prove problematic. Thankfully, all it takes is a little initiative to let everyone know that your iPhone isn’t last year’s model.SiriThe most obvious new feature in the iPhone 4S is Siri. While you may have grown accustomed to having a voice-controlled A.I. assistant by now, others will be blown away.A simple task like asking Siri about the weather is sure to create some buzz. In fact, don’t just check your weather, check the weather for someplace on the other side of the world. “What will the weather be like in Zimbabwe on Tuesday?” would be a good start. When Siri replies “Okay, here’s the weather for Harare, Zimbabwe for this Tuesday,” and you see the high of 93° splashed on your screen, you just might help Apple sell a few more iPhones.TranscriptionWith all of the hullaballoo about Siri’s abilities, it’s easy to forget about the fact it can also transcribe your voice anywhere that the keyboard pops up. While this feature has been on Android for ages, iOS users can finally say they have it too (plus, only cell phone geeks will know that).Why not open the Pages app and dictate a business letter? You can voice punctuation, and include bonuses like “end stop,” “all caps on,” and “no space on,” to really knock their socks off. To top it all off, you can then open Pages on your iPad, and let them see the magic of iCloud as your dictated letter is there waiting for you.CameraIf you have a 4S, then you know that the camera kicks some serious booty. Why not get into a photo contest with your friend’s point-and-shoot camera? Heck, if you know someone with a DSLR, why not compare your shots with theirs? Even if theirs look better, people will be blown away that your smartphone is in the same ballpark. And then ask them if their clunky DSLR check their email or make calls. You can’t lose.A5The iPhone 4S got a big speed boost over its predecessor, thanks to its dual-core A5 chip. This creates another great opportunity to remind everyone that you have the newest iPhone.When someone is watching, open and close a bunch of apps as quickly as you can. If you can actually be doing something productive in the process, all the better. Then open one of the games that has been optimized for the A5, like Real Racing 2, and play it for a while. Even better, wait until Grand Theft Auto III is released and get into a high-speed cop chase through Liberty City. Your audience’s jaws are sure to drop.AntennaThe whole Antennagate thing may have been blown out of proportion last year, but it was prevalent enough to peeve some iPhone 4 buyers. This year, Apple tweaked the antenna design in the 4S so that you’d have to hold your phone like some kind of over-protective gorilla in order to make those signal bars drop.This one will really impress your iPhone 4 owning friends. Go ahead and give your phone a good death grip, and ask them to do the same with theirs. Refer to old videos from 2010 for proper form (using the YouTube app on your phone, of course). Now watch as their bars slowly drop, and yours stay right where they were. Pwned!Don’t forget running shoesAfter boasting for several minutes, you may notice that some individuals aren’t so impressed. In fact, some of them (particularly those carrying a Droid Bionic running Cyanogenmod 7) may actually try to physically confront you.That’s OK, because you came prepared with the best running shoes money can buy. Make sure your laces are tight, and that you ate a breakfast with plenty of carbohydrates. Before doing anything else, remember to place your iPhone securely in your pocket. If you lose or break your precious baby here, all of your work was in vain. If you have time, enable a GPS app to track your pace and distance. The iPhone 4S works with GLONASS satellites in addition to the standard GPS system so your data will be more accurate and your location acquisition much quicker than most competing devices.Taking the most direct escape route (preferable into a crowd), run as fast as your legs will carry you. Knocking over trash cans can help throw your pursuer off course. After escaping, double check that your follower is gone, and rest as long as you need to before repeating the process from step one.If they do happen to catch you, you can use this as an opportunity to show off your iPhone again. Limp (crawl, if needed) to the closest group of people, and ask Siri how to stop bleeding or snap a bone back into place. For your grand finale, ask Siri to call you a cab to take you to the nearest Intensive Care Unit.They’ll be blown away.
Un parasite de mouche capable de rendre les abeilles zombiesSelon une recherche publiée mardi, la disparition d’un grand nombre d’abeilles aux Etats-Unis pourrait être due à un parasite de mouche. En infectant les abeilles, ce parasite les oblige à quitter leur ruche avant de mourir, complètement désorientées et agissant comme de véritables zombies.Des entomologistes américains de l’Université d’Etat de San Francisco ont étudié un parasite qui pourrait potentiellement expliquer la disparition massive des abeilles, appelé en anglais “colony collapse disorder ou CCD”. En effet, depuis 2006, les populations d’abeilles domestiques aux Etats-Unis ont chuté. Or, ces insectes jouent un rôle essentiel pour préserver les récoltes (les fruits et certains légumes notamment) qui en dépendent pour leur pollinisation.À lire aussiQuand 30 frelons japonais s’en prennent à un essaim de 30.000 abeilles (Vidéo)Le parasite en question, provient de la mouche Apocephalus borealis, indique John Hafernik, professeur de biologie et co-auteur de cette communication parue mardi dans la revue PLoS ONE. L’infestation d’une ruche commence quand une mouche dépose ses œufs dans l’abdomen d’une abeille. Une fois infectées par ces parasites, les insectes abandonnent leurs ruches puis “tournent en rond, sans aucun sens de l’orientation”, explique Andrew Core, principal auteur de l’article cité par l’AFP. Le plus souvent les abeilles meurent normalement à un endroit où elle se sont arrêtées, parfois elles se recroquevillent avant de mourir, précise-t-il.”Mais chez celles infectées avec ce parasite de la mouche Apocephalus borealis, elles ne peuvent pas tenir sur leurs pattes qu’elles ne cessent d’étendre pour les dégourdir avant de tomber…. agissant comme des zombies”, poursuit Andrew Core. Si seuls quelques Etats étaient touchés jusque là, le risque qu’il s’agisse d’un parasite en pleine émergence “pourrait menacer des ruches sur l’ensemble de l’Amérique du Nord surtout en raison du grand nombre d’Etats que traversent les apiculteurs professionnels avec leur ruches pour aller polliniser les récoltes”.Au vu de leur découverte, les auteurs de l’étude estiment que le CCD pourrait être, du moins en partie, dû à ce parasite et qu’il convient de déterminer exactement comment la larve de cette mouche affecte le comportement des abeilles.Le 4 janvier 2012 à 11:59 • Maxime Lambert
February 12, 2018 Ed Lenderman, Live at City Hall previewing hearing on selection for new Police Chief pic.twitter.com/tPr7XmVUWJ— Ed Lenderman (@EdLendermanKUSI) February 12, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Posted: February 12, 2018 Ed Lenderman Updated: 10:49 AM 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsThe public hearings are scheduled for Feb. 12 at 1 p.m.Residents will be able to offer feedback on the appointment of David Nisleit as the city’s next top cop during two City Council meetings later this month, council President Myrtle Cole announced Friday.Mayor Kevin Faulconer on Thursday named Nisleit, a current assistant San Diego police chief, as the successor to Chief Shelley Zimmerman following a nationwide search.Nisleit’s appointment must be confirmed by a majority council vote.feb. 26 at 2 p.m. in the Council Chambers at 202 C St. However, on Friday Faulconer sent Cole a memo requesting the Feb. 12 meeting be moved to 6 p.m. On Twitter, the mayor’s office said he asked for the change “so more San Diegans can attend and have their voices heard.”The council will take a vote on the matter on Feb. 26. KUSI’s Ed Lenderman has the details. Public Hearings for Police Chief David Nisleit
County commissioners were given an update Wednesday on a proposed biomass-fueled power plant in downtown Vancouver.Mark McCauley, the county’s general services manager, said a number of large, well-financed companies are interested in forming a partnership with the county to build and operate the plant.He said the county would pay about $210,000 per year for renewable energy, comparable to what it currently pays for natural gas. He said the county would save approximately $100,000 a year by cutting back its use of massive chiller units, which are part of the air conditioning system. In addition the county would charge $75,000 a year to the company to lease the land. Last summer, commissioners agreed to spend $225,000 from a federal energy block grant on studying the feasibility of a biomass boiler system (fueled by tree tops, limbs and the detritus of producing lumber) that would provide central heating, cooling and domestic hot water for five county buildings: the Public Service Center, courthouse, jail, 911 center and juvenile courthouse.No final decision has been made on whether to go ahead with the four- or five-story plant, but McCauley will ask the board on April 20 to decide whether the county should put out a formal request for a business partner. Commissioners plan to discuss the topic during a meeting with the Vancouver City Council on April 11.The city would have to approve a zone change and permits for the plant, which the county would like to put on the corner of West 13th and Harney streets, west of the Clark County Jail.
As smartphone successors are introduced for as long as we can remember, it presents a golden opportunity for the previous-generation flagships to be sold at a much lower price. After the Galaxy Note7 battery scandal, Samsung managed to improve its Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus significantly to present one of the best flagships for 2017 to you. The great news today is that both devices are being sold for ludicrously low prices; much lower than the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus that’s for sure.Lots of customers just want excellent value for what they are buying and if they feel that at the time when the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus were a bit too expensive for their taste, they will find the current pricing to be more in line with what they are looking for. The Galaxy S8 is being sold for $500 while the larger brother is being sold for $565. Both smartphones are being sold at this price because both of them belong to the ‘Certified Refurbished’ category.We recommend that before you purchase any one of these devices, it is important that you read up on what a certified refurbished smartphone is. While there is no harm in purchasing a device that belongs to this category, it is important that you know the differences between a brand new handset, a used one, and a certified refurbished one.Just to refresh your memory, the refurbished smartphone is growing and Apple is the center of it all by having the biggest share in it. There is no dual-camera on the Galaxy S8 Plus and the fingerprint reader placement is quite difficult to reach, but for the price, we honestly cannot complain.Buy the Galaxy S8 from AmazonBuy the Galaxy S8 Plus from Amazon Share Tweet Submit
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