first_imgA newly described dinosaur, whose fossils are some of the first to be unearthed in Venezuela, turns out to be the close, relatively small kin of creatures that later evolved into multiton meat eaters such as Allosaurus and Tyrannosaurus rex. The creature, and another dinosaur whose fossils were found nearby and reported just 2 months ago, are filling in gaps in the fossil record and revealing new insights into dinosaur evolution in the wake of a mass extinction that happened about 201 million years ago.The new species, dubbed Tachiraptor admirabilis, is a predator that gets part of its name from the Venezuelan state of Táchira, where the fossils were found. Only two bones of the ancient species have been unearthed, says Max Langer, a vertebrate paleontologist at the University of São Paulo in Brazil. Nevertheless, those bits (each from a different individual, and one of them not even a complete bone) tell scientists a lot, Langer notes.The bones, both from the creature’s lower leg, show the dinosaur likely measured about 1.5 meters from nose to tail, Langer says. Their general size and shape mark the creature as a theropod, a bipedal meat eater. 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By age dating zircons—tiny crystals that typically include uranium as a trace element—in the rocks, Langer and his colleagues estimate that the sediments were deposited about 200.7 million years ago. At that time, the region—a volcanically active rift valley where Gondwana, a remnant of the supercontinent Pangaea, was itself splitting apart—sat near Earth’s equator. The period was also less than 1 million years after the mass extinction that marked the end of the Triassic period and the beginning of the Jurassic—an event that, like the dino die-offs that occurred about 65 million years ago, may have been triggered by an extraterrestrial impact.“These survivors of the Triassic-Jurassic mass extinction were the ‘ground zero’ for later theropod evolution,” says Thomas Holtz Jr., a vertebrate paleontologist at the University of Maryland, College Park, who was not involved in the study. Plus, he notes, theropod fossils from this era from anywhere in the world aren’t common, so the new finds reveal what some theropods of that era looked like and will be particularly useful to researchers trying to flesh out the dinosaur family tree. The new study, he says, “shows that important discoveries don’t have to be of the biggest or the scariest [dinosaurs].”The first dinosaur reported from this region, which lived in the same area and at the same time as Tachiraptor, was unveiled in August. That creature, dubbed Laquintasaura, was slightly smaller than Tachiraptor but had the same general appearance despite being a member of a different group of dinosaurs called ornithischians, says Richard Butler, a vertebrate paleontologist at the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom and a member of the team that described Laquintasaura. “All the small dinosaurs of that era looked about the same,” he notes, but subtle skeletal differences help distinguish the carnivorous theropods from their herbivorous and omnivorous relatives.The last common ancestor of theropods and ornithischians, a creature as-yet undiscovered, probably looked a lot like Tachiraptor and Laquintasaura, Butler says. Only millions of years later did many species within these groups evolve great size and distinct appearances, he notes.More fossils from this region could help paleontologists refine the dinosaur family tree further, Langer says. But such work may be a long slog, he suggests, because rocks that might hold fossils aren’t readily accessible: The recent discoveries, which were unearthed at sites where highway excavations sliced through heavily vegetated hillsides, came only after 2 decades of looking for such fossils.last_img read more

first_imgNaturopathyNew Delhi, Mar 1 (PTI) The setting up of a Central Research Institute of Yoga and Naturopathy (CCRYN) in Odisha has been approved by the government and funds are released for initial construction work, the Rajya Sabha was informed today.”The central government has approved setting up of a CCRYN at Bhubaneswar in Odisha,” Minister of State for Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy (AYUSH) Shripad Yesso Naik said in a written reply.Land has been obtained from Odisha government and registered in the name of CCRYN, he said adding, the funds have been released to central public works department for construction of boundary wall and walking track etc. PTI TDS PVI PAL PVIlast_img read more

first_imgLigue 1 #MayMac and Neymar missing MSN – Ligue 1 goes social Goal Last updated 2 years ago 18:33 8/28/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Neymar PSG Paris Saint-Germain Getty Images Ligue 1 Neymar Mario Balotelli PSG Olympique Lyonnais The PSG star sent a message to his former colleagues while stars from across France turned attentions to Las Vegas for a classic bout Neymar may be settling in nicely at Paris Saint-Germain, but that does not mean there are things he misses about Barcelona.The €222 million signing was present as PSG continued their perfect start to the Ligue 1 season on Friday evening, recording a 3-0 victory over Saint-Etienne at Parc des Princes.It was the first time that Neymar had failed to gain a goal or an assist for his new club, though he was still one of the standout players on the field. Prior to the match, he had left a message on his Instagram account with the message: ‘Friends I miss’. Editors’ Picks Brazil, beware! Messi and Argentina out for revenge after Copa controversy Best player in MLS? Zlatan wasn’t even the best player in LA! ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Those friends were his old partners in crime, Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez, with whom he made up the great MSN strike trio.But it is not just old team-mates that the 25-year-old misses. Indeed, this week he spared a thought for Espanyol attacker Leo Baptistao, who celebrated his 24th birthday.The former Atletico Madrid man is a close friend of Neymar. “Today it’s my little brother’s birthday. We met a long time ago, but one of the best things that happened in Barcelona was getting to know him. Congratulations, brother, may God always enlighten you, and you know something? You deserve it. I love you @leobaptisteo,” Neymar posted.But it’s not been a week entirely about looking back for the superstar.On Friday, he crossed paths with basketball legend Stephen Curry, who arrived in Paris to watch Neymar in action.The Brazilian had taken in Game 2 of the NBA Finals in June, and now the Golden State Warriors star replicated the gesture. Neymar appreciated it greatly, posting “Idol” on his Instagram account with a picture of the future Hall of Famer. Neymar’s interest spreads further than just basketball and football, however, and like millions around the world he took in Floyd Mayweather’s fight with UFC star Conor McGregor in Las Vegas.He paid tribute to the boxer, who claimed his 50th professional victory without a single defeat by stopping the Irishman in the 10th round.Meanwhile, PSG team-mate Dani Alves has been getting philosophical on Instagram. “Life, life is the greatest gift we have in this world and we do not know how long it will last, so those who are healthy have the opportunity to live it intensely, do not waste time, you can’t get it back when the light of being is extinguished,” he said.“Do not accelerate vital processes, let life take care of it. Do not be slaves to a mediocre society, they will use weapons to destroy each other. Heal their minds and live in the peace that desperately seeks humanity.Patrice Evra has also sent out a message through social media this week following the terrorist attacks in Catalunya. His message was to spread peace and love.Nice star Mario Balotelli has also been soul searching. He was criticised by head coach Lucien Favre after his side’s exit from the Champions League, beaten 2-0 at home by Napoli in midweek and 4-0 on aggregate.However, he has vowed to come back stronger after missing the trip to Amiens at the weekend. “I will try my best to makes @ogcnice to come out of this dark period .. The last game I played I was still injured and I speeded up my comeback but I was still not even 50% .. I speeded up my comeback because I really wanted to help and, as you all know, I couldn’t,” he said.“Now I’m coming out of a flu, which I had for four days already – that’s why I wasn’t in Amiens.”“I know is always easy to attack me when things don’t go in the right way and it makes me sad and proud at the same time because it means you people still believe in me but all I can do is to prove to all of those that were whistling at me were wrong once again.“Kids fall, men stand up. We are men so let’s not stay angry and look forward.” If all that’s a bit heavy, Memphis Depay can have the final word. “Don’t forget to smile today my young kings and young queens,” the Lyon star told his followers.last_img read more

first_imgzoom The world’s largest cylindrical  floating production, storage and offloading vessel Goliat FPSO has left Hyundai Heavy Industries’ Ulsan shipyard in South Korea, and is headed to Norway on board the Dockwise Vanguard.The 64,000 ton cylindrical floater, measuring 112m in diameter and 75m in height, is designed to store one million barrels of crude oil per day.Eni Norge will install the FPSO in the Goliat field in the Barents Sea, 85 km northwest of Hammerfest, with start-up expected by mid-2015.Following some final preparations, the vessel departed on its 60-day journey around the southern tip of Africa, and should arrive in Hammerfest by the middle of April. The platform will make a brief stop-over before being towed out to the Goliat field location. Tie-in operations and preparations for production will take place during the summer.The platform will be supplied with electrical power from the mainland using the longest submarine cable of its type in the world. The field is planned to come onstream in the middle of this year.The design and manufacture of the project complied with the NORSOK standards. The FPSO features a cylindrical shape designed to withstand harsh sea conditions.Images: Eni Norgelast_img read more

first_imgNew Delhi: Enforcement Directorate told a Delhi court on Thursday that Christian Michel, the alleged middleman arrested in the AgustaWestland VVIP Chopper scam, and other accused received 42 million euros as kickbacks in the deal.The probe agency, in its 3,000-page supplementary charge sheet also named David Syms, Michel’s alleged business partner, and two firms owned by them– Global Trade and Commerce Ltd and Global Services FZE — as accused. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’In its first charge sheet, filed against Michel in June 2016, ED had alleged that Michel and others received EUR 30 million (about Rs 225 crore) from AgustaWestland. Special Judge Arvind Kumar said he will decide on whether to take cognisance of the ED’s supplementary charge sheet and to summon the accused on April 6. ED’s special public prosecutors D P Singh and N K Matta told the court that British nationals Syms and Michel through their firms had received the money without undertaking any work against the receipt of such amount. Also Read – Farooq demands unconditional release of all detainees in J&KThe money was received by the firms to execute the 12 helicopters deal but no helicopters were bought, ED said. “The money was paid by Westland Group companies to these two firms. The money was then routed to different companies and individuals. This was done through these two firms in which both (Michel and Syms) of them are directors… Syms’ bank statement records showed that substantial amount has been credited to it,” ED said. The agency said that this money trail completed the missing link in the total EUR 70 million trail of the AgustaWestland deal which was being investigated by it. ED said that EUR 28 million was routed through the other channel by co-accused lawyer Gautam Khaitan, Rajeev Saxena and his wife Shivani and their firms. It had earlier alleged, in the charge sheet, that companies owned by Saxena and his wife — Interstellar Technologies, Mauritius, UHY Saxena, Dubai, Matrix — have received proceeds of crime from Global Services FZE. ED had claimed that Michel had entered into 12 contracts through two of his firms with Finmeccanica, AgustaWestland, Westland Helicopters, UK and so on. Michel, extradited from Dubai in December last year, was one of the three middlemen being probed in the case, besides Guido Haschke and Carlo Gerosa, by the ED and the CBI. On January 1, 2014, India scrapped the contract with Italy-based Finmeccanica’s British subsidiary AgustaWestland for supplying 12 AW-101 VVIP choppers to the IAF over alleged breach of contractual obligations and charges of paying kickbacks to the tune of Rs 423 crore by it for securing the deal. The CBI on September 1, 2017, had filed a charge sheet in the case in which Michel was named as one of the accused.last_img read more

Rabat – Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas has chosen Marrakech as his destination for the New Year holiday.Navas posted pictures to his Instagram story of himself in Marrakech with his wife Andrea Salas, his 4-year-old son, Mateo, and a group of people.Real Madrid Goalkeeper Keylor Navas taking a group picture in one of Marrakech historical sitesThe goalkeeper joined Real Madrid in 2014 for €10 million following a transfer from Levante. Read Also: Madonna Honors ‘Women Everywhere’ in Marrakech Birthday SpeechThe 32-year-old Costa Rican, previously an indispensable goalkeeper with three Champions League titles, now rarely plays.Real Madrid star Keylor Navas having dinner with his relatives in MarrakechThis season, Navas has become Thibaut Courtois’ replacement, playing only twice in La Liga’s 16 matches so far. read more

by Ross Marowits, The Canadian Press Posted Sep 18, 2015 3:17 pm MDT Last Updated Sep 18, 2015 at 4:00 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email MONTREAL – Molson Coors’ shares closed at an all-time high Friday on increased investor hope that the brewer will gain control of MillerCoors, its joint venture with SABMiller in the United States.The Montreal and Denver-based brewer’s (NYSE:TAP) shares closed at US$84.38, up 2.15 per cent in trading on the New York Stock Exchange after hitting US$84.52 earlier in the session.Investors were responding to reports that SABMiller’s largest shareholder — cigarette maker Altria which owns a 27 per cent stake in the world’s second-largest brewer — is open to considering a takeover proposal from Anheuser-Busch InBev, the maker of Budweiser, Corona and Labatt’s, that could be worth around US$90 billion.A successful takeover would immediately allow Molson Coors to increase its stake in MillerCoors to 50 per cent from 42 per cent, according to terms of its 2008 joint venture deal.Industry analysts expect U.S. anti-trust regulators would also require the world’s top two brewers to sell SABMiller’s stake in MillerCoors. Molson Coors has the right to a first and last offer to purchase the remaining 50 per cent interest.Getting control of MillerCoors would allow Molson Coors to gain more cost savings in the U.S. while continuing to sell Miller’s portfolio of brands along with their own, said Brittany Weissman of Edward Jones.“They’ve saved some money but not as much as they could if it were one entity,” she said in an interview.Weissman said there’s still lot’s of uncertainty about whether SABMiller will accept a takeover deal. It tried unsuccessfully to team up with Heineken to fend off previous acquisition efforts. Its two largest shareholders together control 41 per cent of the company, making a deal unlikely if they oppose. And then anti-trust concerns are expected from the U.S. and China.She said Molson Coors share would drop back to the high $60s or low $70s if a deal is scuttled.Molson Coors chairman Geoff Molson said the brewer isn’t ready to comment on a merger of its larger rivals or whether the company would try to buy SABMiller’s 58 per cent stake in Miller Coors.“We haven’t done the analysis on the situation because it is fresh news so we are going to wait to make a comment until after we’ve had a chance to talk about it,” he said in an interview Thursday.Weissman doesn’t expect Molson Coors will wait until SABMiller accepts InBev’s proposal.“There is a lot that has to go right for SABMiller to accept the deal and for that deal to go through.”Follow @RossMarowits on Twitter. Molson Coors shares close at all-time high on hope of an SABMiller takeover read more

Sophomore outside hitter Reese Devilbiss hits the ball over the net during the finalset of No. 3 Ohio State’s match against No. 8 Penn State on Jan. 28, 2018 in St. John Arena. The Buckeyes defeated the Nittany Lions in straight sets (25-19, 25-15, 25-17) to pick up their fifth win of the season. Credit: Aliyyah Jackson | Senior ReporterThe No. 5 Ohio State men’s volleyball team (11-2, 4-0 MIVA) added a fourth conference win  after defeating Quincy (8-6, 0-4 MIVA) in three sets (25-22, 25-15, 25-15).The first set began as a blowout for the Buckeyes, who started the set with a 10 point lead, 12-2. In the next 20 plays, however, the Hawks made a comeback through a series of kills by Quincy senior outside hitter Anthony Winter and sophomore outside hitter Omari Wheeler. The Hawks also capitalized on Ohio State’s errors and pulled within one point, trailing 18-17.“It was a little disappointing the way we came out and got a big lead in set one and then just kind of gave them some runs of points on our errors,” Ohio State head coach Pete Hanson said.The Buckeyes scored seven more points and kept the Hawks at bay to win the set 25-22. Ohio State senior outside hitter Maxime Hervoir hit a .556 and contributed six of the team’s 14 kills in the opening set. Redshirt junior middle blocker Blake Leeson came alive in the second set, helping out the team both in defense and offense with three blocks and two kills. Ohio State hit a .526 and won the second set 25-15.The third set of the match was another struggle for the Hawks, who hit .000 for the second-straight set. Quincy had a total of four kills compared to the Buckeyes’ 15 kills. Dominating the set, Ohio State spread out its offense with consistent attacks across the board, leading to another 25-15 win to seal the match.Hanson said he felt his team did well responding to the rough first set, bouncing back to dominate the final two sets of the match.“It was nice to see that the guys understood that’s not acceptable, and they played a much cleaner game in sets two and three and did what we’re capable of doing,” he said.Throughout the match, Hervoir and ’ sophomore outside hitter Reese Devilbiss stood out offensively. Hervoir led the team with 11 kills and Devilbiss had a team-high 13.5 points. Leeson topped the blocking leaderboard with four total blocks.The Buckeyes have not lost a conference game and Quincy has not won a conference game, so the Buckeyes had to deal with the threat of remaining focused despite the difference in the level of competition. “I knew it would be a team that if we fell asleep, it would be hard,” Hervoir said. “Like you have seen, in the first set, they came back. We were way ahead and they came back slowly just because we fell asleep. Because of that, I was ready to put energy on the court and help everybody to talk, talk, talk, talk.”Despite winning, Hervoir said Ohio State did not play as aggressively as he felt it should. read more

Ohio State then-freshman goalie Andrea Braendli (30) prepares for a shot in the game against Minnesota State on Oct. 11. Ohio State won 4-0. Credit: Wyatt Crosher | Assistant Sports EditorNo. 10 Ohio State (18-12-2, 12-10-2-2 WCHA) clinched home ice for the WCHA Tournament and cost No. 1 Wisconsin (28-4-2, 18-4-2-0, WCHA) the regular season conference title with back-to-back ties and shootout victories on the road.Game 1A career-high 52 saves from freshman goalie Andrea Braendli helped garner the Buckeyes two points with a tie and shootout win against the Badgers on Friday night.Braendli stopped three Wisconsin shots in the shootout to cap off her impressive performance, allowing sophomore forward Emma Maltais to seal the deal for the Buckeyes with the winning score.Wisconsin took the early lead on the first night of its senior weekend with a power-play goal from junior forward Abby Roque eight minutes into the first period.The goal, assisted by freshman forward Sophie Shirley and junior defenseman Mekenzie Steffen, was Roque’s ninth goal and 35th point of the season, which gives her the fifth most in the conference.Ohio State entered the game leading the WCHA with 7.5 penalty minutes per game, and it was a tripping call on senior forward Charly Dahlquist that allowed the high-powered Wisconsin offense to take advantage early.The Buckeyes would retaliate seven minutes into the third period when junior forward and Wisconsin native Tatum Skaggs scored her team-leading 15th goal of the season to tie the game 1-1 and send it into overtime.Maltais and redshirt junior Jincy Dunne both notched assists on the goal. At 1.26 points per game, Maltais is second in the WCHA and Dunne’s .86 average makes her the highest scoring defenseman in the conference.Wisconsin entered the series tied for second in the country with 122 season goals, but only mustered one score on Friday despite more than doubling Ohio State’s shot output at 53-24.It was Braendli’s first action for the Buckeyes since she earned NCAA No. 2 Star of the Week honors for back-to-back shutout performances against St. Cloud State on Feb. 1 and 2. She had missed the last two games for an international tournament with the Swiss National Team before Ohio State’s bye week.With 52 saves on Wisconsin’s 53 shots, Braendli came away with a .981 save percentage on the night, improving the WCHA second-best .934 mark she had for the season entering the series.The two points clinched the No. 3 seed and home ice for Ohio State in the WCHA Tournament that opens next Friday.Game 2The Buckeyes cost Wisconsin its fourth straight regular season conference title with a second straight shootout victory to spoil senior night for the Badgers Saturday.Ohio State sophomore forward Liz Schepers’ conversion in the shootout after a 2-2 tie allowed the Buckeyes to escape a sold out LaBahn Arena with four series points.Schepers’ goal in the second period, a point blank score off a cross from senior forward Madison Field, looked like it would yield a win for the Buckeyes, as it put them up 2-0 with less than a period and a half remaining.Wisconsin, needing three points in the standings to beat out Minnesota for the regular season WCHA title, finally scored on two of its 42 shots in the final five minutes of the game to send it to overtime.The first came on Shirley’s WCHA second-best 19th goal of the season, followed by a score from redshirt senior forward Emily Clark with less than two minutes remaining.Clark’s goal snuck in off Braendli’s skate after an initial save, which saw a gesture of disbelief from the Swiss netminder with her arm thrown in the air.Braendli made 40 saves on Saturday, giving her 92 on the series.Wisconsin redshirt junior goalie Kristen Campbell faced just 20 shots in a second straight night of the Badgers generating more than twice the shots of Ohio State. After scoring the winning goal in the shootout Friday night, Maltais picked up right where she left off for the Buckeyes with a goal 23 seconds into Saturday’s game that shell-shocked the home crowd in Madison, Wisconsin before the eventual comeback.Wisconsin risked an empty net in overtime to no avail, and with the lack of a score went its’ chance at a conference title.Both teams begin WCHA Tournament play next weekend, as Ohio State takes on Minnesota State in Columbus as the No. 3 seed in the conference, and the Badgers open with a home matchup against St. Cloud State. read more

Jesús Javier ‘Jota’ González Jesús Javier ‘Jota’ González extended deal with the Spanish vice-champions Naturhouse La Rioja. The coach who became a symbol of the Spanish team, now regular member of the VELUX EHF Champions League, began his work in Logrono in 2007!Since than a lot of good results and quality players were produced by his knowledge. Despite the fact that general sponsor Naturhouse will leave the club at the end of the season, Gonzalez will stay in the club, who can suffer financial problems….I said to ‘Jota’ that we need him. I can announce that he will continue with us, “said club president Ángel Rituerto. “We all know the importance of the coach for our sports project, ‘Jota’ has made a great effort and has rejected all the offers he had on the table to continue in Logroño and give us a hand. With another perspective.I do not worry if we are going to have a big project or not. They show me so much confidence, I have to take a step forward to help the club, said the coach.source: marca.com ← Previous Story Miloslav Chmeliar: TATRAN improved their credit in the EHF Champions League 2016/2017 Next Story → VIDEO: Magic wrist of Icelandic girl Sara Dögg Hjaltadóttir read more

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram New measures aimed at boosting investment and protecting jobs in the country’s ailing construction industry, including subsidizing mortgages and increasing tax benefits were announced by the Economy and Finance Ministry last week.Investment activity in the construction sector, which accounts for approximately seven percent of the country’s annual economic output, has fallen sharply as credit expansion slows and consumers put off buying new homes due to the international economic downturn.“These measures will contribute to boosting the sector and securing the incomes of these workers,” said Economy Minister Yiannis Papathanassiou in a statement.Some 400,000 people are employed in the sector, according to the ministry.The government will guarantee 25 percent of home loans issued by banks, which offer borrowers money for 75 percent of the acquisition.The measure will be applicable until the end of next year for residential and commercial property, the ministry added. Falling investment in the construction of residential property has weighed heavily on Greece’s slowing gross domestic product growth, which dipped to 2.4 percent in the last quarter of 2008 from 2.7 percent over the previous three-month period.Papathanassiou also said the tax breaks provided on interest amounts paid on mortgages will be increased and will be applicable for all homes purchased, not just those for first-home buyers.last_img read more

first_imgGeneral Excellence:New YorkAdam Moss, editor-in-chiefBen Williams, editorial directorNymag.com Design:WIREDChris Anderson, editor-in-chiefBrandon Kavulla, creative directorUnderworld Issue, February 2011, iPad appVideo:The New York Times MagazineHugo Lindgren, editor-in-chief“My Family’s Experiment in Extreme Schooling,”by Julie Dressner, Shayla Harris and Clifford J. LevyTablet Edition:National GeographicChris Johns, editor-in-chiefBill Marr, creative directorMelissa Wiley, e-publishing directorAugust 2011, September 2011 and November 2011 iPad apps New York magazine took home two Ellies: one for the esteemed General Excellence category, as well as for best website. Editor-in-chief Adam Moss and editorial director Ben Williams accepted the awards for the publication. WIRED also took home two Ellies: one for reporting, honoring “FBI Teaches Agents: ‘Mainstream’ Muslims are ‘Violent, Radical,’” written by senior writer Spencer Ackerman; and the other for design on its iPad app for its February 2011 Underworld Issue. See below for the full list of winners. Reporting:WIREDChris Anderson, editor-in-chiefNoah Shachtman, digital editor“FBI Teaches Agents: ‘Mainstream’ Muslims are ‘Violent, Radical’”by Spencer Ackerman, senior writercenter_img Personal Service:Menshealth.comDavid Zinczenko, senior vice president, editor-in-chiefWilliam G. Phillips, editor“The Skin Cancer Center”by Adam Campbell, executive editorand Amy Rushlow, senior editorWebsite Department:The Daily BeastTina Brown, editor-in-chief, Newsweek and The Daily Beast“Book Beast”Website:New YorkAdam Moss, editor-in-chiefBen Williams, editorial directorNymag.comCommentary:The American ScholarRobert Wilson, editor“Zinsser on Friday,” by William ZinsserUtility App:TIMERichard Stengel, managing editor“PopuList” for iPadMultimedia:Foreign PolicySusan B. Glasser, editor-in-chief“The Qaddafi Files: An FP Special Report” NEW YORK – Today’s MPA Digital: Swipe Conference closed with the National Magazine Awards for Digital Media 2012, presented by the American Society of Magazine Editors [ASME]. People managing editor and ASME president Larry Hackett and Lucy Danziger, editor-in-chief of SELF and ASME secretary, were on hand to present the copper Ellies to the winners.last_img read more

first_imgJW Marriott Venice Resort & Spa celebrates with grand openingJW Marriott Hotels & Resorts, the distinctive and sophisticated brand of Marriott International, hosted a spectacular two day event to mark the official grand opening of the JW Marriott Venice Resort & Spa, the first JW Marriott resort in Europe.The celebrations saw 300 guests including local Venetians, influencers and media immersed in the treasured traditions of some of Venice’s most famous islands while exploring Isola delle Rose (Rose Island), the private island in the Venetian lagoon that the new resort calls home.Guests were invited to savour fragrant cocktails from Isola delle Rose; hand pick culinary treats from Sant’erasmo, the lagoon’s famed vegetable island; learn about the delicate art of Burano lacemaking and admire the colours of the world famous glass from Murano.With music curated by renowned DJ, Rob da Bank, and a deconstructed orchestra featuring the premiere violinist Lizzie Ball and the Classical Kicks, the Gala event not only enticed all the senses but brought the traditions of Venice to life.Each immersive and culinary experience told the stories of the Venetian lagoon whilst showcasing the 40 acre island, which includes beautifully landscaped gardens and olive groves as well as four restaurants, five bars, a cooking school and wine academy, a rooftop pool overlooking St Mark’s Square, a restored 19th century church and the largest spa in Venice. Stay at the hotelSource = JW Marriottlast_img read more

first_imgGLENDALE — Asked if this was a make-or-break year for third-year running back Ryan Williams, Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians was blunt.“I would think so,” he said.Williams, though, doesn’t think so. He knows so.After each of his first two seasons were cut short because of season-ending injuries, Williams, 23, realizes how important this season is to remain healthy.“It’s the most important thing right now because if I can’t prove that I can stay healthy, then I might not be here,” he said Monday. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling A day earlier, Williams was forced to leave practice early after he suffered what he called irritation in his right knee, a knee he had scoped back in January and the one he sustained a ruptured patella tendon in during a preseason game in Green Bay his rookie year.An MRI on the knee came back clean, according to Arians, but the team will seek a second opinion.“Just to make sure,” Williams said. “But, I’m pretty sure nothing is wrong with it; just to make sure because I’ve been through this once and I don’t want to go through it again.”The former Virginia Tech star, drafted in the second round with the 38th overall pick in 2011, thought he had moved past issues with his knee.“It’s pretty tough because I went through the whole spring without anything and having this happen, it’s not scary but it just sucks,” he said. “I’ve worked so hard. I’ve worked hard to get to the point where I don’t have incidents like this, but that’s part of the game when you have certain injuries like I do.”Williams, who played five games last year before hurting his shoulder Week 5 in St. Louis, had looked good through the first two days of training camp. He wowed the crowd Saturday with a cutback move that froze a couple of defenders. Comments   Share   Top Stories Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact “When he has been on the field, he’s Flash,” quarterback Carson Palmer said. “He’s made plays, so hopefully he’ll be back soon.”Said Williams about the play, “That’s what I’m here to do. I’m here to make plays,” he said. “I turned a play that could’ve easily been for a loss of three or four (yards) and I turned it into about a 10-to-15-yard gain. That’s what I’m here to do, and I’m happy that I can do that again.”Williams didn’t practice Monday and is unsure how much time he’ll miss.“Having things like this isn’t a setback mentally,” Williams said, “it’s only physically until that thing is taken care of.” – / 25 Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelolast_img read more

first_img Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Adrian Wilson enters the Arizona Cardinals’ Ring of Honor on Sunday, when the San Francisco 49ers visit University of Phoenix Stadium. To be sure, there will be much reflecting on the legacy of a man who had so much to do with the franchise’s fortunes — and image — change for the better.Wilson’s style reminds of watching an NFL Blitz game in the flesh. The safety was a battering ram, a freak athlete with a rare combination of physicality and speed. That helped him become one of six players with at least 25 interceptions and 25 sacks in their NFL career. He also became a franchise face, not only because of his production for the Cardinals in 12 years with them, but because of the loyalty Wilson displayed as his career and the team around him evolved.Here are some of the most memorable moments of Wilson’s career. Warning: The following content may be rated R for its violent nature.Wilson’s patience pays off in NFC title winThe culmination of patience, belief and loyalty to the franchise that drafted him in the third round of the 2001 draft came for Wilson in the 2008 NFC Championship game, against the Philadelphia Eagles.On the Eagles’ first possession of the second half, Wilson sacked Philadelphia quarterback Donovan McNabb on 3rd-and-8, forcing a fumble that was recovered by Cardinal Bertrand Berry. At first glance, the play didn’t look critical with the Cardinals holding a 24-6 lead, but in hindsight it was key.Philadelphia would rally to take a 25-24 lead. But Arizona scored on an eight-minute long drive, then held the Eagles to two final scoreless possessions to earn its way to the Super Bowl.Wilson finished the 32-25 NFC Championship victory with a team-leading seven tackles, two sacks and a pass deflection. Top Stories The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires 0 Comments   Share   center_img For perspective, that’s a 230 pound Wilson getting high enough to put both legs over a 5’6 human being.It’s evidence of the incredible physical tools Wilson was working with for his successful NFL career that will be honored Sunday at halftime. – / 11 “This being my eighth year, and to be in this organization at this time with these players and these coaches, it’s a great moment,” Wilson said after the game.Tight ends in troubleArizona Cardinals safety Adrian Wilson, left, hits Baltimore Ravens tight end Todd Heap in the fourth quarter of their game Sunday, Sept. 23, 2007, in Baltimore. The Ravens won, 26-23. (AP Photo/ Steve Ruark)Since we can’t cover every big hit in Adrian Wilson’s career, we’ll focus on two of the most thrilling.The assumption that defensive backs struggle to cover tight ends because of their size didn’t apply to the 6’3, 230 pound Wilson.Two of his most memorable hits came against some big dudes.One in 2007 saw Wilson, looking like he shot out of a cannon, shoulder Baltimore Ravens tight end Todd Heap to the ground, though Heap somehow held onto the ball.Later, Wilson earned a $10,000 fine for hitting a defenseless Vernon Davis when the Cardinals played the 49ers in September of 2009. There was a bit of Twitter drama — surprisingly, Twitter existed in 2010 — leading into this. Davis and Wilson’s Cardinal teammate, Darnell Dockett, had exchanged words over the social media platform before the game. Laying the wood on EdwardsBuffalo Bills quarterback Trent Edwards lies on the ground after suffering a concussion against the Arizona Cardinals during the first the quarter of an NFL football game Sunday, Oct. 5, 2008 in Glendale, Ariz. At right is Cardinals’ Adrian Wilson. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)There’s been a significant discussion about concussion protocol even since Wilson’s recent retirement.This hit on Buffalo Bills quarterback Trent Edwards in 2008 earned Wilson a $25,000 fine. While it didn’t appear to be helmet-to-helmet, the viciousness of the impact caused Edwards to suffer a concussion, likely when his head hit the ground.The NFL said Wilson violated the rule that “a defensive player must not unnecessarily or violently throw (the player being tackled) down and land on top of him with all or most of the defender’s weight.”Cardinals fans, rather, probably remember the play as a reminder of how exciting Wilson was to watch.Going viralBefore Wilson began building a YouTube library of vicious hits — which arguably could fill this list of top moments — he was proving just how athletic he was by filming this footage of him clearing a 66-inch bar during an individual workout. @ddockett last time I checked I was standing over top of #24 with a football stuck to my glove and believe we were in the endzone— Vernon Davis (@VernonDavis85) May 11, 2010The beef dated back a year prior. When asked about defending Davis specifically leading into a game against San Francisco in 2009, Wilson refused to acknowledge Davis by name when a reporter asked about the 49ers tight end.“Who?” Wilson said at the time.“Vernon Davis,” the reporter answered.“Who?” Wilson repeated?This was eventually settled, because there’s also this 2011 video of Davis explaining why Adrian Wilson was one of the best in the game.He earned that type of respect.Ripping the RamsOn Sept. 12, 2010, against the St. Louis Rams, Wilson recorded perhaps the most productive game of his career.By the end of the evening, he’d totaled two interceptions, a blocked field goal attempt and a sack. He was the first player to record a pick, block a field goal and tally a sack — a violent one on quarterback Sam Bradford in his pro debut — in a single game since Julius Peppers did so in 2004.Wilson’s second pick, which came in the end zone, ended the game for a 17-13 Arizona victory. 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first_imgBy Kyriaki ChristodoulouSociety is increasingly digital and because new technology is adopted rapidly, the cybersecurity threat landscape changes constantly making cybersecurity a challenging area, ENISA Executive Director Dr. Udo Helmbrecht told the Cyprus News Agency in an interview.He also pointed out that in cybersecurity, information sharing is key to success, although he admitted that in practice it is often difficult to define exactly what information needs to be shared, with whom and for what purpose.Helmbrecht has been the Head of ENISA, the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security, since 2009. ENISA’s mission is to improve cybersecurity across the EU. The Agency support Member States’ governments and industry in the EU in their efforts to understand and respond to the rapidly changing cyber-threat environment.ENISA publishes a cybersecurity threat landscape annually that highlights the changes year after year.“Cyber-crime is one part of the problem. Security vulnerabilities in ICT (Information and Communications Technology), for example, can leave the door open for fraud and other crime. ENISA collaborates with all the relevant actors to address issues arising out of this changing threat environment,” he told CNA.“IoT (the Internet of Things) is a very challenging development, from a security perspective. Predictions are that in 2020, 20 billion devices will be connected to the Internet. It is important to understand how these connected devices can be secured and to implement adequate security from the start. Insecure IoT devices opens the door to abuse by criminals,” he explained.Since ENISA does not interact directly with the public, its efforts are to reach the citizen through a dialogue with ‘multiplier organisations’ who themselves undertake this role. In this capacity, ENISA raises awareness about cyber security by organising the European Cyber Security Month (ECSM), every year in October.“This is a month long programme of activities and events, each one organised jointly by public and private sector and targeting a wide variety of stakeholders. The events take place all over Europe and the underlying idea is to exploit synergies between campaigns and to encourage the member States and the private sector to share awareness raising material and experience,” he said. For more information visit cybersecuritymonth.eu/.ENISA also runs the EU Cybersecurity Challenge (ECSC), which builds upon national initiatives by inviting teams of young people (school and/or university level) to compete in a ‘capture the flag’ initiative at EU level. “This encourages young people to consider a career in cybersecurity and provides government and industry with a pool of potential talent,” he said.ENISA also organises Cyber Europe, which is a bi-annual pan-European cybersecurity exercise and one of the largest exercises in the world, involving hundreds of organisations from across the EU. Cyber Europe 2018 was the fifth exercise, which focused on Aviation, involving more than 1,000 participants, from organizations such as civil aviation authorities, airport companies, air carriers, etc.“ENISA has a long history of working together with industry to ensure that lessons learned and good practice are shared in an efficient manner across the EU and across different industry segments,” he said.Hembrecht said SMEs are a very important part of the EU economy and the digital market. “ENISA believes that cybersecurity can be an enabler for European SMEs and even be an important business opportunity. ENISA actively supports SMEs with dedicated whitepapers and guidelines, such as for example the guideline for SMEs on how to adopt cloud securely. In addition, the Agency hosts the ENISA Industry Group twice a year – this is a group composed almost exclusively of SMEs in cybersecurity. The issues discussed in this group are selected to offer support to the EU SME cybersecurity community and the response from the community to date has been enthusiastic,” he told CNA.You May LikeHonest To Paws25 Canine Facts That Even The Biggest Dog Lovers Don’t KnowHonest To PawsUndoThePhotoStickIf You Save Photos on Your Computer, You Need ThisThePhotoStickUndoFood PreventThis Is What Might Happen if You Eat 3 Eggs Every DayFood PreventUndo State Legal Service condemns attack on attorney-generalUndoTwo of serial killer’s victims buried in PhilippinesUndoCompanies must use buying power to root out slavery, says UK officialUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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