Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… In the war among Web-based dating sites, OKCupid has long been the nerdy, slightly neurotic destination compared with the stuffier Match.com and eHarmony. The younger crowd in particualr, swears by it. From an app design perspective, it is really nothing special – using the classic mobile layout of top and sidebar menus, messaging and photos, and the ability to find people near you. The kicker? Unlike basically every other app or service listed above OKCupid is totally free.Something For Everybody?The mobile dating apps listed above are only the beginning. There are plenty of alternatives, including Dating DNA: One of the first dating apps on iOS or Android – but few have heard of it.Skout: Similar to Tinder or even Banjo or Highlight. iLove: Dating app from Germany that recently went global.Lovoo: A “flirt radar” location-based meeting app. Singles Around Me: Another in the location-based “social discovery” genre. For iPhone, Android and even BlackBerry 10. Finally, if you have a very specific dating interest (looking for love with a sea captain or a farmer, for instance), check out this roundup of interest-specific dating sites from BuzzFeed. Be warned, however, some of these preferences are extremely specific.Are you looking for love through your mobile device? What apps are you using? Have any good, bad … weird experiences? Let us know in the comments. Top image courtesy of Shutterstock. Mobile-only dating apps are a little bit like the Wild West. You are not quite sure what you are going to get for your time and money. Services like Match.com are a little more trustworthy, a little more reliable. You are still going to pay, but there are more predictable expectation of what you are going to get and who you might meet. Tied closely to the Web version of the service, Match.com app is easy to use and understand. It does not connect to your Facebook profile.eHarmony: iOS/Android This “flirting” app connects to your Facebook profile and theoretically uses your astrological sign to help you make connections. In reality, it is just a way to connect your Facebook profile to a “dating” app and gives you a bunch of random, sortable lists of pictures and profiles. You can chat and share pictures, and get “stickers” for random “achievements.” Moonit is free but has an extensive in-app purchase system based on its Star Membership feature. To connect or flirt with a potential match, you have to use the Stars, a virtual currency. You can purchase more stars or become a Star Member for $9.99 a month with discounts for signing up for longer periods of time.Blendr: iPhone/Android Let’s face it: Dating is hard.Where do you meet people? How do you get them to know you might be interested? Which dating site works best? Single people know there are thousands of ways to meet a potential significant other. Whether that means trolling the bars and coffee shops of your city or reluctantly agreeing to let your friends hook you up on a blind date with their friend, dating has become a complicated mess of connections, potential and frustration. How to make sense of it all?Fortunately, there’s an app for that. Actually, there are thousands of apps for that.2012 saw an explosion of dating apps, helping the social apps category to pass gaming as the apps that people spend the most time with, according to a Flurry report.It makes sense. Dating apps are designed to get you to spend a lot of time with them, trolling through photos and profiles either out of genuine interest or morbid curiosity. Either way, from the serious platform to the creepy and stalker-ish, here are some of the most popular dating apps on iOS and Android to help smartphone users find love (or maybe just somebody to cuddle). The BuzzworthyThese are the mobile dating apps that everybody’s talking about.Tinder: iPhone This new iPhone app that is all the rage among the college crowd. Tinder is an anonymous, location-based app that allows you to look for singles in your vicinity. The app will look for people near you it thinks you may like. If you do, you can “Like” them. If they Like you back, you can chat right within the app. It is kind of like Highlight or Banjo for singles. Some people find it kind of creepy, but thousands of satisfied (no pun intended) college students may be on to something. Let’s Date: iPhone The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Yet another location-based flirting/dating app that uses location and your Facebook profile to help you connect. Blendr’s mix of location and profiles is more granular and specific than Moonit’s and does not tack on the silly astrology quotient. It has an “Encounters” setting that lets you cycle through nearby people but allows you to do so only with “Super Powers” – yet another expensive in-app purchase currency/subscription model. MeetMoi: iPhone/Android Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification dan rowinski Tags:#Android#App Economy#iOS#online dating#smartphones Calling itself, “the Instagram of dating,” Let’s Date tries to eliminate the creepy and awkward portions of the online dating world. Whether that is even possible, given the genre, is hard to tell. Let’s Date lets you to create a “dater card” through your Facebook profile and browse other people’s dating cards. When you see when you like, you hit “Let’s Date.” If the other person likes you too, you can chat through the app to set up the encounter. When the date is over you can leave feedback and earn badges. Yes, badges. Because we always wanted an app that gamifies dating. The Ones With PotentialThese apps have some buzz, but can’t the hype of Let’s Date or Tinder.Moonit: iPhone/iPad Related Posts Still another location-based dating app that connects to your Facebook profile. MeetMoi gives users more specific profiles than some of its competitors, but really isn’t all that different from Blendr or Moonit, except for a slightly slicker user interface. For TraditionalistsThese traditional Web-based dating sites have mobile apps associated with them. Match.com: iOS/Android From a pure platform perspective, there is really not that much difference between Match.com and eHarmony go about finding you a mate. But the eHarmony apps are much slicker and more enjoyable than Match.com’s. This is app design with thought and insight as opposed to just trying to copy the style and feel of a website onto a mobile device. Say what you want about the inherent charms of eHarmony vis-a-vis the competition, the app is certainly slick.OKCupid: iPhone/Android A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit
Apple has changed its plans through the years, from the first iPhone to the 5S. On Tuesday, surprisingly, the smartphone market got two separate sizes on the same morning, and they’re accompanying a lot of different changes. Outwardly, the iPhone 6 is still extremely conspicuous as an Apple product. Now, the glass front melts into the bended all-metal sides on both models, and they’re more slender than past models, with a huge size knock-up for even the little model. The camera distends marginally from the back. Battery life on the littler iPhone 6 is seeing a moderate improvement, with 10 hours more talk time and an hour more Wi-Fi skimming time, and the 6 Plus will sport a bigger battery, getting twice the time as the iPhone 5S’ 40 hours and a few hours more of perusing the web. In any case, it’s still the distinctive dark rectangle with bended edges, a revert to Apple’s unique configuration – somewhat toned down at the edges.The iPhone 6 PlusApple entered the phablet market with the iPhone 6 Plus, its biggest ‘phone’ ever. The Plus has a 5.5-inch screen and a Retina HD screen showing visuals at 1920 by 1080 pixels, or 185 percent the pixels of the iPhone 5S, while being thinner than iPhone 5S, at 7.1 millimeters. The home screen can now be landscape-oriented; additionally, a few applications (as of now) utilize the larger screen to display extra info. The input keyboard now has devoted buttons for cut-copy-paste, marking another tick for Apple’s flair for customer centricity..The Plus has another accessibility feature for small-handed people (or those who just don’t want to stretch their hands: reachability, which is a two-tap on the home TouchID that brings down the top half of the current screen to reach the highest point of the screen without changing or losing your grip. It’s all fueled by a 64-bit A8 chip, which is 13 percent more diminutive than its antecedent, yet offers fundamentally enhanced processing, especially for gaming apps. The iPhone 6advertisementContrasted with the 4-inch iPhone 5S, the iPhone 6 is still a comparatively huge iPhone with its 4.7-inch Retina HD screen. Be that as it may, the screen size only places it in the middle range of most other Android phones available. The resolution is 1334 x 750 pixels, up from the 5S’ 1136 x 640 pixel density and an additional hard “ion strengthened” screen. The new body is 6.9mm rather than 7.6mm, with a slight projection for the camera. Battery life has been improved alongside speedier execution from the new A8 processor and new functionalities from iOS 8.The A8 chip meets expectations with an indicator for a wellness center as well as a barometer for measuring atmospheric pressure, allowing the iPhone 6 and 6+ to know the relative altitude of the user.The new iPhones brag enhanced cameras, however they begin with the same 8-megapixel back camera with a f/2.2 gap as the last model. Anyway the sensor has been redesigned, and the iSight sensor has “focus pixels.” Those pixels offer DSLR-like facial identification, self-adjust, and make taking photos twice as quick as the 5S. Both new iPhones can bring HDR shots with a solitary click of the screen. Apple has additionally brought back “True Tone Flash,” which, in the same way as the last model, utilizes two separate LEDs. Videos can be shot at 1080p at 30 or 60 fps, and slo-mo mode captures 240 fps. Panoramas can have upto 43 megapixels, and the iPhone 6 Plus has optical image stabilization. Apple’s new platform, iOS 8, will be accessible on September 17. Price The costs begin at $199, and the devices are accessible in grey, white, and gold. The iPhone 6 begins at $199 for 16GB and goes to $399 for 128GB. The 6 Plus begins at $299 for 16GB and goes up to $499 for 128GB. Apple PayTill now, Apple has stayed far from the most broadly acknowledged strategy, NFC installments. That has now changed with Apple Pay. The TouchID unique finger impression scanner in the home button gives an additional layer of security, especially in light of recent celeb nude photos hack and leak. You can either take a picture of a credit or debit card to utilize it or utilize a card that is documented with your iTunes account. Apple has built a strong ecosystem with collaborations with American Express, Visa, MasterCard, six major banks including Chase and Bank of America, and 22,000 retailers, including McDonald’s, Disney, Bloomingdale’s, Walgreens, Whole Foods, Staples, and Macy’s.Apple WatchIt’s not called the iWatch, but simply Watch. Apple is situating its first new significant item since 2010 as a device oozing style quotient, specialized sensors, a wellness tracker, and NFC, in addition to everything else. There are two 38mm and 42 mm sizes, and six separate straps made by Apple itself. There’s an active wear fluoroelastomer band, a cowhide circlet that uses magnets for securing, and a metal bracelet with removable links for fitting small wrists, among others.advertisementIt’s an exact, adjustable timepiece faultless to inside 50 milliseconds. It gives you a chance to keep accurate track of your wellbeing and fitness level, including steps taken and heart rate, and is intended to work flawlessly with the iPhone. It has a touchscreen that can differentiate between a tap and a long press, which get to relevant menus. What’s more, it charges inductively. Apple CEO Tim Cook says it has heaps of functions that weren’t covered in the launch event due to paucity of time; such functions include controlling your Apple TV, serving as a viewfinder for your iPhone camera, and going about as a walkie-talkie.
Indians had a great outing on Thursday with Leander Paes and Sania Mirza storming into US Open final. Paes pairing with another veteran Martina Hingis won their mixed doubles semifinal clash against Rohan Bopanna and Yung-Jan Chan. While Sania Mirza and Hingis downed top-seed pair of Sara Errani and Flavia Pennetta to enter women’s doubles final.The Indo-Swiss pair of Paes and Hingis didn’t not break much of sweat as they easily went past Bopanna and Yung-Jan Chan 6-2, 7-5. The duo are entering a grand slam final for the third time in this year. Paes and Hingis will now face Bethanie Mattek-Sands and Sam Querrey in the final.Earlier in the day, Hingis combined with Mirza and didn’t had much of trouble taking on the Italian duo of Errani and Pennetta 6-4, 6-1.Hingis and Sania took an hour and 17 minutes to battle past their Italian opponents in the semifinal match. The Wimbledon champions were tested in the first set, but they began to get in the groove in the second and went on to win the set in 28 minutes.Sania and Martina maximised spaces and kept hitting angles against their 11th-seeded opposition. The duo had a first serve winning percentage of 67.The Indo-Swiss pair took an hour and 17 minutes to battle past their Italian opponents in the semifinal match. The Wimbledon champions were tested in the first set, but they began to get in the groove in the second and went on to win the set in 28 minutes.advertisementThe top seeds made their way into the semis by beating Chinese Taipei ninth seeds Yung-Jan Chan and Hao-Ching Chan 7-6(5), 6-1 on Tuesday.Mirza and Hingis are a win away from winning their second grand slam title in two months. The duo won the Wimbledon title in July when they overpowered Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina 5-7, 7-6 (7/4), 7-5. They came from behind against the Russian duo in the final to clinch their first ever grand slam title.
There were sports enthusiasts in bikini, who had their share of fun at the slopes of Russia’s Kemerovo Region.As many as 1,500 bikini-clad winter sports aficionados were on their boards enjoying a session of snowboarding.The good time boys and girls from Russia, the US, China, Italy, Germany and France together set a new record at the Grelka Fest at the famous Sheregesh ski resort, located in the heart of Siberia.Grelka Festte binlerce kayaksever bir araya geldi https://t.co/nWq9JwTaQq pic.twitter.com/uhcy6tqqfb- Sputnik Trkiye (@sputnik_TR) April 24, 2017″This year’s bikini ride had 1,498 skiers and snow boarders – this is 387 more than in 2014″, said Editor-in-chief of the Russian Book of Records Stanislav Konenko, as reported by Ruptly.The temperatures at Sheregesh are now about 12 Celcius which did not make it a smooth ride for the participants.A 21-year-old student was crowned as Miss Sheregesh at the event, winning a $10,000 (Rs 6.5 lakh approximately) prize, while the oldest person to take part was 73-year-old Eduard Nefedev.Watch:
After announcing the HTC U Ultra and U Play earlier this year, the Chinese smartphone maker is all set to launch the upcoming HTC U11 on May 16. The company itself confirmed the launch date on its official Twitter handle a few days ago. Ahead of the launch, HTC has been revealing specs details and releasing video teaser of the smartphone, giving little glimpses of the “squeezable” HTC U11. The smartphone has been spotted on a benchmarking site – GeekBench.The GeekBench listing reveals a few specifications that the smartphone is expected to come packed with. According to the listing, HTC U11 will be powered by the latest octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC clocked at 1.9Ghz. Further, the smartphone is expected to run on the latest Android 7.1.1 Nougat. GeekBench listing also shows that the upcoming HTC smartphone will pack 4GB of RAM with 64GB internal storage.Update: HTC U11 is expected to be launched in two variants, one with the above mentioned 4GB RAM, 64GB storage and the premium version of the smartphone will come with 6GB RAM with 128GB internal storage.Apart from the specs details, GeekBench also reveals the single-core and multi-core test of the upcoming HTC U11. It reveals that the smartphone managed to score around 1912 during the single-core test. While on the other hand during the multi-core test the upcoming HTC U11 scores 6137. The scores seem to be pretty much similar to that of the recently announced Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+.Also Read: HTC U11 official video teaser shows Edge Sense feature, launch set for May 16advertisementGalaxy S8 in single-core scored 1916 while during multi-core test scored 6011. On the other hand, the Samsung Galaxy S8+ during single-core and multi-core test scored 1929 and 6084 respectively. So, this proves that the upcoming HTC U11’s performance is going to be at par with the Samsung flagships. The HTC U11, if the benchmarking result is accurate, scores more than the Samsung devices. That being the case, the upcoming HTC phone is going to be a tough competition to the recently launched S8 and S8+.The previously released video teaser of the smartphone shows Edge sense feature on board. The teaser shows people squeezing several objects, which reminds us of the Twitter post by HTC which reads: “Squeeze for the Brilliant U”. This basically indicates to the unique gesture system that the device is tipped to come with. The video further shows the upcoming HTC U11 in shiny blue colour. However, the company may also add several other colour variants with time.The key highlight of the phone will be its touch sensitive outer frame. This allows users to open an app, launch the camera app, or even perform any other functions just by hand movements. Basically, the upcoming HTC U series phone will come with the ability to interpret gestures into actions.In terms specifications, the HTC U11 will reportedly come with a 5.5-inch Quad-HD display and will be powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 835 processor, similar to the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+. Further, the HTC U11 is expected to come packed with 4GB of RAM coupled with 64GB of internal storage and will be backed by a 3,000mAh battery. On the camera front, the HTC flagship smartphone is said to hone a 12-megapixel camera.The smartphone is expected to support Bluetooth 5.0, again, like the Galaxy S8 and S8+. If the previously leaked rumours are to be believed, the U11 will also allegedly come with a 3.5mm audio jack and water-resistance features onboard. Furthermore, speculations are also such that the HTC U11 might also sport the company’s very own virtual assistant, or better known as Sense Companion. The feature was previously seen on HTC U Ultra, launched back in January.
Indian table tennis star Achanta Sharath Kamal posted a picture of his dinner after his matches at the Asian Games 2018 Village in Jakarta on a day when the men’s and women’s team began their campaign in Indonesia.Sharath Kamal and the men’s team began their Asian Games campaign in the Team event with a 3-0 win over UAE where, Sharath Kamal registered an 11-9, 11-6, 11-5 win over Abdulla Albalooshi. Sathiyan Gnanasekaran and Harmeet Desai also won their respective matches.On the same day, they played another tie against Chinese Taipei that they ended up losing despite a close fight. Sharath Kamal played two matches in the tie and won one while he lost the other. Harmeet won his match while Sathiyan lost both his matches as India went down.After a gruelling couple of matches, Sharath Kamal posted an Instagram story on his dinner.Sharath Kamal shared the story and captioned it, “After a gruelling 3 hr long match, this is what we get to eat for dinner at the #AsianGames2018. Bread, Nutella and Museli.” Ahead of the Asian Games 2018, there were reports in the media that Indian athletes were not happy with their rooms and had complained about the food.”Rooms are on the smaller side. It has three beds each and a single bathroom. It would have been better if they had more space. You feel a bit cramped but it is okay. It is the same for everyone,” an Indian athlete had told news agency PTI on conditions of anonymity.advertisementHowever, two days before the start of the multi-sport event, India’s chef de mission Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh said that athletes were happy with the arrange and they were especially delighted with the food because it was very similar to Indian food.WATCH – Paneer, chicken and dal on the menu at Asian Games”Feeling very good, in fact it’s our athletes who are feeling the best. And the reason for that is because the food they are getting here is quite similar to the food they get in India. So all the athletes and all the visitors here are happy. And we are just waiting for the Games to start,” Singh said.When he was questioned about the reports of discontent, he gave an opposite account.”No, no complaints. No one has any. We are getting such good food, there is Dal (lentil), then there is South Indian food, there is paneer (cottage cheese), chicken. Everything is there. Well, if one gets good food and a place to sleep, what else do you need? So it’s all good.”Sharath Kamal by the end of Day 8 in Jakarta and Palembang, even complained about the table tennis scheduling where the Indian women’s team had to play three matches in a day.He said that two matches were alright but three was too much and that he had never before seen a scheduling like that at the Games.The women’s team played matches against Qatar, China and Iran. While they defeated Qatar 3-0, they lost 0-3 to China and then beat Iran 3-1.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN – MARCH 02: Wide receiver D.K. Metcalf of Ole Miss runs the 40-yard dash during day three of the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on March 2, 2019 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)On Saturday afternoon, wide receivers, quarterbacks and tight end took the field at the NFL combine. The best college football players from the around the country displayed their skills in front of NFL scouts in Indianapolis.During Saturday’s action, there were a few impressive performances. Ohio State wide receiver Parris Campbell set the mark to beat with a 4.31 in the 40-yard dash – the fastest of the weekend so far.However, while Campbell’s blazing speed was impressive, there was one wide receiver who stole the show. Ole Miss wide receiver D.K. Metcalf put together one of the best combine performances in recent memory.Metcalf, who stands 6-foot-3 and weighs 228 pounds, made headlines earlier this week when he was measured to have 1.9-percent body fat.After that, he displayed his athleticism with a 40-inch vertical and a 4.33 40-yard dash.Check out his 40-yard dash here.D.K. Metcalf just ran a 4.33u 40-yard dash! 🔥🔥🔥 @dkmetcalf14 @OleMissFB📺: #NFLCombine on @nflnetwork pic.twitter.com/1mDnh8VjcG— NFL (@NFL) March 2, 2019Those watching at home couldn’t believe a wide receiver with Metcalf’s size could run as fast as he did.Oh, and he also put up 27 repetitions of 225 pounds – tying him for most among wide receivers.He’s solidifying his spot in the first round of the 2019 NFL draft. A few NFL scouts even mentioned his name as a potential top-10 pick.
Next Depleted India hope for substantial medals at Asian Athletics Championships 2019India had finished on top of the table with a record-breaking haul of 29 medals (12 gold, 5 silver, 12 bronze) in the 2017 Championships held in Bhubaneswar. The Asian Athletics Championships offers automatic qualification berths for the World Championships.advertisement Press Trust of India DohaApril 20, 2019UPDATED: April 20, 2019 18:42 IST Hima Das will be in action on Day 1 of Asian Athletics Championships 2019 in Doha (AFI Photo)HIGHLIGHTSIndia will be missing some of their key stars, including javelin thrower Neeraj ChopraNational record holders Dharun Ayyasamy (men’s 400m Hurdles), M Sreeshankar are not named in the India teamHima Das will be in action in the 400m event as early as the first day — SundayA severely depleted Indian contingent is unlikely to repeat its unprecedented top-of-the-table finish in the last edition but is still expected to win a substantial number of medals when the Asian Athletics Championships begins here on Sunday.India had finished on top of the table with a record-breaking haul of 29 medals (12 gold, 5 silver, 12 bronze) in the 2017 Championships held in Bhubaneswar. China had finished second with 20 medals.But this time, the 42-member Indian team is not expected to achieve that kind of success with several athletes, including star javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra, missing out of the continental flagship event due to various reasons, including injuries.The biggest name in Indian athletics, Neeraj has suffered an elbow sprain during practice in Patiala and he is not defending the title he had won in 2017. National record holders Dharun Ayyasamy (men’s 400m Hurdles), M Sreeshankar (men’s long jump) and Asian Games 800m gold medallist Manjit Singh were also not named in the team due to injuries.Triple jumper Arpinder Singh, training in the USA, did just 16.34m in the Federation Cup (against qualification standard of 16.50m) and later said he’s focusing on the World Championships to be held at the same venue in September-October.Veteran Sudha Singh, who won a gold in the women’s 3000m steeplechase in 2017, was named in the team despite missing the Federation Cup — which served as the qualifying event — as well as the confirmatory trials, but the Sports Ministry has refused to clear her name.Her tickets to Doha were booked and the Athletics Federation of India made a request to clear her name but the Sports Ministry did not budge.advertisement”The Sports Ministry has refused to clear her name despite the AFI making another request,” a well-placed source told PTI on condition of anonymity.G Lakshmanan fails to make the cutAnother athlete who won two gold in 2017, Govindan Lakshman (men’s 5000m and 1000m) was not picked as he could not finish on the podium in the Federation Cup.The number of medals, as well as gold count, is certain to come down from the last edition. This will also be a climb down from the high at the Jakarta Asian Games last year, when the country won 19 medals including seven gold.Hima Das in action in 400m race on SundayThe first day on Sunday will decide eight gold medals and from the Indian perspective, the women’s 400m final will be the most anticipated one. Sprint sensation Hima Das will be running in the preliminary round in the morning while the final will be held in the evening.Bahrain’s Salwa Naser will start as the overwhelming favourite to take the gold in the women’s quarter-mile event. She had beaten Hima comfortably in the Asian Games 400m final. She was second in world lists last year (49.08s).This Asian Championships is crucial as the gold medallist gets the automatic qualification for the World Championships. This competition is also an ideal platform to accumulate ranking points if an athlete fails to achieve the stiff entry standards prescribed by the international federation.Jinson Johnson (1500m), Tejinder Pal Singh Toor (men’s shot put) and women’s 4x400m relay team could be considered as gold medal contenders. National record holder quartermiler Muhammed Anas and his women’s counterpart Hima Das are not expected to win gold but can bag a medal.Anas was not at his best during the Federation Cup last month as he was running a few months after suffering a leg injury in an accident. Hima has not been at her best after she took a break to prepare for her exams before coming back to win the Federation Cup with a 52.88 seconds.No one has crossed 20.0m in the shot put in Asia this season except Tejinder. That makes the Asian Games champion the favourite to take the gold.Dutee, a double silver winner at the Jakarta Asian Games, is also a medal contender in women’s 100m. She will be up against the likes of Wei Yongli of China and Kazakhstan’s Olga Saffronikova, who had won a silver in 2017. Dutee had won a bronze in 2017.Also See:For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAkshay Ramesh Tags :Follow Dutee ChandFollow Hima DasFollow Asian Athletics Championships 2019Follow Doha Asian Championships
Beards, Booze, and Bacon hit its one-year anniversary in October. For 12 months (and counting!), The Manual podcast crew — host Greg Nibler, managing editor Nicole Raney, and food and drink editor Sam Slaughter with regular pop-ins from Associate Editor of Lifestyle Chase McPeak and Live Content Producer Jake Rossman — has been bringing you the best interviews, thoughtful discussions, and awful puns about topics ranging from barbecue to men’s style to camping and, of course, drinking.(Left to right) Chase McPeak, Sam Slaughter, and Greg Nibler.Portland Podcast FestivalLandmark SaloonFriday, November 9Tickets: $10What’s a redneck sous-vide? How does one become an IndyCar driver? What are the latest fashion trends right now? How do I read a wine menu? We’ve answered all of those questions and more with the help of amazing guests like chefs Hugh Acheson and Angie Mar; booze experts like the CEO of Harpoon Brewery, Dan Kenary, and wine guru Katherine Cole; and many, many more.Which is why we are so very proud, excited, and humbled to announce that Beards, Booze, and Bacon is a part of the 2018 lineup for the Portland Podcast Festival.What’s that? Never heard of the Portland Podcast Festival? Get in the know, my friend. So pleased to announce that the 'Beards, Booze, and Bacon' podcast from The Manual has joined the 2018 Portland Podcast…Posted by Portland Podcast Festival on Thursday, September 20, 2018The Portland Podcast Festival was founded in 2017 by Jason Lamb (Minority Retort), Sarah X. Dylan (Funemployment Radio), and Greg Nibler (also of Funemployment Radio). If that name sounds familiar, that’s because it’s the very same Greg who hosts of Beards, Booze, and Bacon (and Trends with Benefits and Between the Streams, if you’re fans of The Manual’s tech-focused brother site, Digital Trends). The idea of the fest was to bring together the city’s podcast community to celebrate some of the best shows, hilarious chats, and real discussion you can find anywhere on this planet. The lineup includes live performances from Beards, Booze, and Bacon, as well as other stellar podcasts in the Portland area.The two-day fest will take over Landmark Saloon and Hawthorne Theatre on Friday, November 9 and Saturday, November 10, respectively. The Manual crew will be on stage at 6:20 p.m. on Friday at Landmark Saloon. If you’re in Portland, we seriously encourage you to come out — we’d love to see you! Tickets are just $10. And we may or may not be talking about these.You can catch up on all of our back episodes on iTunes or your preferred podcast platform. If you have a question for The Manual podcast crew, give us a shout at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter and keep an eye out for our regular podcast polls so you can join the discussion.Article originally published September 21, 2018. Last updated November 6, 2018, to include the schedule info. The Manual Podcast Throwbacks: Revisiting our 50th Episode and Portland, Oregon The Manual Podcast Celebrates 100 Episodes With a New Name The Ultimate Road Trip Prep Guide from The Manual Podcast Crew Editors’ Recommendations The Best Podcasts to Listen to On Your Commute The Best Podcasts to Listen to at Work
zoom China’s Zhejiang Zhenghe Shipbuilding has filed for restructuring at a district court due to financial difficulties, the shipbuilder said in a statement.Zheijang Zhenghe had filed an application for restructuring at the Zhoushan District Court on March 31.The shipbuilder also announced that throughout the restructuring process it expects help from a risk management working group esatiblished by the Government of the Zhoushan District.The complete restructuring plan is expected to be presented in the next three to five months. Zheijang Zhenghe said the company will work with its stakeholders and all the relevant parties to make sure that the restructuring plan protects their interests.The shipyard is gradually re-starting its operations, resuming production and bringing back its management and working staff, the statement said.World Maritime News Staff
zoom Dalian Port (PDA) Company Limited revealed that its subsidiary Dalian Container Terminal Company inked deals to acquire the total assets, liabilities, interests, and businesses of two container terminal subsidiaries, Dalian Port Container Terminal (DPCT) and Dalian International Container Terminal (DICT).With this move, PDA intends to further integrate resources, reduce management costs and improve operational efficiency, what is in line with the company’s strategy.As informed, the transaction will include equity transfer and swap agreements with DPCT’s and DICT’s shareholders which include Dalian Port, APM Terminals, PSA China, Cosco, NYK and China Shipping.The agreements are subject to relevant conditions. Once the transaction is approved, DPCT and DICT will be dissolved, according to Dalian Port.Dalian Port Container entered into the equity transfer deal with the vendor, APM Terminals Dalian, according to which APM will sell shares for USD 18 million. The shares represent 20% of the total equity interest in DPCT.The remaining shareholders will receive new stakes in the merged company.World Maritime News Staff
Residents of eight communities in Kings County and Shubenacadie in Hants County will soon have improved water and wastewater systems thanks to investments from the Canada-Nova Scotia Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund. Federal and provincial funding of almost $4 million was announced today, June 28, by the governments of Canada and Nova Scotia. The municipalities will fund an additional $2 million towards the balance of the project costs. As a result of these projects, almost 2,700 households will have improved drinking water. Many residents will also have improved fire protection and water-treatment quality. The projects in Shubenacadie, New Minas, Canning and Port Williams will help those communities meet the new provincial drinking water standards. Most of the work centres on improving the quality of drinking water, and specific projects include a new reservoir, watermains and water-quality monitoring equipment. Wolfville, Kentville and Hantsport are also focused on improving the quality of drinking water. The projects include replacing watermains and sanitary sewers, as well as installing or replacing storm sewers. The Kingsport project will connect 100 households to the municipal water system, and includes a new well and the installation of watermains. “Community infrastructure, such as improving our drinking water and wastewater systems, is a priority for government,” said Jamie Muir, Minister of Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations. “These projects will help communities meet new water regulations and contribute to their quality of life, as well as protecting the environment.” “The federal government is getting things done for the residents of Kings and Hants counties by investing almost $2 million in important infrastructure projects,” said Senator Donald Oliver, on behalf of Peter MacKay, Minister of the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency. “We know that by joining forces with provincial and municipal governments, we can find creative solutions to help communities build the infrastructure they need to support a high quality of life.” The Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund supports community infrastructure improvements, such as water, wastewater and solid-waste management. “Nova Scotia municipalities have substantial infrastructure needs, and we’re pleased the federal and provincial governments are contributing,” said Russell Walker, president of the Union of Nova Scotia Municipalities. “These projects help protect our citizens and the environment, and they’re important to the future of our communities.” Today’s investment is part of the $133-million, six-year Canada-Nova Scotia Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund, which is administered by the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency and Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations. Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation and the Union of Nova Scotia Municipalities are members of the program management committee.
RICHMOND COUNTY: West Bay Highway West Bay Highway, from 100 metres east of Black River Bridge for about six kilometres, will be reduced to one lane for maintenance until Sunday, Sept. 30. Traffic control people and a pilot vehicle are on site. CAPE BRETON REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Highway 125 Highway 125, from Ball’s Creek overpass, for about 11 kilometres west, will be reduced to one lane for paving until Sunday, Sept. 30. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. COLCHESTER COUNTY: Coldstream Road Coldstream Road, from Alton Road south for about six kilometres, will be reduced to one lane for paving until Sunday, Sept. 30. Work takes place from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. VICTORIA COUNTY: Red Bridge, Big Baddeck The Red Bridge on the Old Margaree Road in Big Baddeck is closed to traffic. A detour is in place. The bridge will be replaced this construction season. GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY: Route 316 Traffic on sections of Route 316, west of the intersection of Whitehead Road, is reduced to one lane for repaving until Wednesday, Oct. 31. Traffic control people are on site and a pilot vehicle will guide drivers safely through the construction area. Drivers should travel with extra care. GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY: Melford Brook Bridge The Melford Brook Bridge on Route 344 at Middle Melford is closed. A two-lane detour bridge is in place until a permanent bridge is built. The speed limit is reduced to 60 km/h and warning signs are in place. GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY: Route 316 Route 316, Country Harbour Mines, will have alternating one lane closures for ditching, installation of pipes, asphalt patching and repaving until Thursday, Nov. 15. Traffic control people and pilot vehicle are on site. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. DIGBY COUNTY: Route 340 Traffic on sections of Route 340, from the intersection of Townshipline Road, near Ohio, south for about seven kilometres, will be reduced to one lane for repaving from Monday, Oct. 1 until Thursday, Nov. 15. Work takes place from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. HANTS COUNTY: Highway 101 Highway 101 from Exit 5A, west for six kilometres to the start of the twinned highway section, will be reduced to one lane for repairs until Sunday, Sept. 30. Traffic control people are on site and delays are possible. HALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: West Ship Harbour Road West Ship Harbour Road will be reduced to one lane for paving until Wednesday, Oct. 31. Work takes place from dawn to dusk. DIGBY COUNTY: Route 303 Traffic on sections of Route 303, from the Digby Town Line to the Saint John Ferry Terminal, will be reduced to one lane for repaving from Monday, Oct. 1 until Thursday, Nov. 15. Work takes place from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. CAPE BRETON COUNTY: Grand Lake Road Grand Lake Road at Victoria Junction, east for about three kilometres, will be reduced to one lane for crack filling and seal coating until Sunday, Sept. 30. Traffic control people are on site. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. INVERNESS COUNTY: Riverside Road Riverside Road will have two bridges, Morrison’s Siding and MacDonald’s Gulch, reduced to one lane for repairs until Saturday, Oct. 13. Traffic control signals are in place. PICTOU COUNTY: Highway 104 Highway 104, Exit 23 east bound off Westville Road and MacGregor Avenue’s ramp and intersection, will have periodic lane closures for the installation of traffic signals, patching and paving until Wednesday, Oct. 31. Traffic control people are on site. Please take alternate route if possible. Work takes place from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. PICTOU COUNTY: Weirs Bridge Closed Weirs Bridge on Shore Road in the Waterside-Caribou Island area of Pictou County is closed to traffic. Two paved detour routes are available on R. Grant Road and Shore Road, and there is a gravel road detour on Otter Road. Drivers should use extra caution and allow for extra time when travelling in this area. CAPE BRETON REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Highway 125 Traffic on Highway 125, between Exit 6 and Grand Lake Road, will be slowed by twinning construction until Monday, Dec. 3. Drivers should expect slow moving traffic and be aware of trucks turning during construction. Work takes place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. PICTOU COUNTY: River John Road River John Road, from Trunk 6 for about one kilometre east of Hamilton Road, will be reduced to one lane for paving until Sunday, Sept. 30. Traffic control people are on site. Work takes place from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. INVERNESS COUNTY: Riverside Road Riverside Road, from Trunk 4 north to Cenotaph Road, will be reduced to one lane for paving and road repairs until Wednesday, Oct. 31. Traffic control people are on site. Work takes place from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. KINGS COUNTY: Trunk 1 Trunk 1, from the Annapolis-Kings county line, east to Greenwood Road, will be reduced to one lane for repairs until Wednesday, Oct. 31. There will be periodic lane closures. Expect delays. Traffic control people are on site. INVERNESS COUNTY: Trunk 19 Trunk 19, from about two kilometres north of Creignish Mountain Road, north for about seven kilometres will be reduced to one lane for repaving until Wednesday, Oct. 31. Traffic control people and a pilot vehicle are on site. Work takes place from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. DIBGY COUNTY: Bangor Road Bangor Road will be closed until Monday, Oct. 15 for the rebuilding of Moises Mill Bridge. A detour is in place. ANNAPOLIS COUNTY: Trunk 1 Traffic on sections of Highway 1, from about one kilometre east of Annapolis Royal to about six kilometres west of Annapolis Royal, will be reduced to one lane for repaving from Monday, Oct. 1 until Thursday, Nov. 15. Work takes place from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. HALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Mooseland Road Mooseland Road near Jacket Lake will be reduced to one lane for about six kilometres for paving until Wednesday, Oct. 31. Work takes place from dawn to dusk. ANTIGONISH COUNTY: Highway 104, Lower South River Bridge Lower South River Bridge on Highway 104, east of Antigonish, is closed to replace the bridge and approaches. A detour bridge is in place until the project is completed Sunday, Sept. 30. Traffic control people are on site. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. INVERNESS COUNTY: Crowdis Bridge Crowdis Bridge will be closed until further notice. A detour will be available via Crowdis Cross Road, West Big Interval Road, and Hatchery Road. CAPE BRETON REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Eskasoni Highway Eskasoni Highway, Route 216, about seven kilometres west of Trunk 4, for about seven kilometres, will be reduced to one lane for paving until Wednesday, Oct. 31. Work takes place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. ANNAPOLIS COUNTY: Trunk 10 Sections of Trunk 10, from West Dalhousie Road north to Trout Lake Road, will be reduced to one lane until Sunday, Sept. 30, for road improvement work. Traffic control people are on site. Work takes place from 5:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. CAPE BRETON REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Hillside Road Hillside Road, from Trunk 22 south for about seven kilometres, will be reduced to one lane for paving until Sunday, Sept. 30. Traffic control people are on site. Work takes place from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. CUMBERLAND COUNTY: Malagash Road Malagash Road will be closed for culvert replacement until Friday, Oct. 12. A detour is in place. The road is closed 24 hours a day. HANTS COUNTY: Trunk 2 Trunk 2, from Route 214 north to Barney’s Brook, will be reduced to one lane for patching and repaving until Sunday, Sept. 30. Traffic control people are on site. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. ANNAPOLIS COUNTY: Clementsvale Road Clementsvale Road, from Princedale Branch Road to Clementsport Road, will be reduced to one lane for repaving from Monday, Oct. 1 until Thursday, Nov. 15. Work takes place from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. ANNAPOLIS COUNTY: Highway 1 Traffic on sections of Highway 1 near Brickton, from about one kilometre west of Mount Hanley Road for about five kilometres, will be reduced to one lane for ditching and culvert replacement until Wednesday, Oct. 31. Work takes place from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. YARMOUTH COUNTY: Raynardton Bridge Closed The Raynardton Bridge on Raynardton Road west of Gavelton in Yarmouth County is closed until further notice for bridge replacement. Drivers should use alternate routes. VICTORIA COUNTY: MacLeod Angus Bridge Traffic on the MacLeod Angus Bridge in South Harbour is reduced to one lane until further notice. Traffic signals are in place. NEW WORK CAPE BRETON REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: TRUNK 4 Trunk 4, from about three kilometres west of Church Road in East Bay, for about 14 kilometres, will be reduced to one lane for paving until Sunday, Sept. 30. Work takes place form sunrise to sunset. HALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Trunk 7 Trunk 7, Tangier to Spry Harbour, will be reduced to one lane for paving until Wednesday, Oct. 31. Work takes place from dawn to dusk. Some night work may be required. CONTINUING WORK CUMBERLAND COUNTY: Road Closure The Allen Hill Road is closed from Route 209 to South Branch Road to allow for the replacement of two bridges. The road will be closed until Monday, Oct. 1. Drivers should travel with extra care in the area. DIGBY COUNTY: Back Road Traffic on sections of Back Road, from the intersection of Landsdowne Road to Highway 101, will be reduced to one lane for repaving from Monday, Oct. 1 until Thursday, Nov. 15. Work takes place from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. LUNENBURG COUNTY: Trunk 3 The intersection of Fletcher Hebb Bridge and Trunk 3 will have 24 hour alternating lane closures until Friday, Nov. 30 for bridge construction and upgrading. Traffic lights have been installed at Fletcher Hebb Bridge and Trunk 3 with an expected removal date of Sunday, Oct. 14. -30- ANNAPOLIS COUNTY: Trunk 10 Traffic on sections of Highway 10, from the Lunenburg County Line north to Ridge Road, will be reduced to one lane for repaving from Monday, Oct. 1 until Thursday, Nov. 15. Work takes place from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Trina Roache APTN National NewsAn activist who was badly injured during a skirmish between water protectors and security forces in North Dakota is in Nova Scotia.Sophia Wilansky is talking to protestors at the site of a gas storage facility along the shores of the Shubenacadie River.email@example.com
Brittany HobsonAPTN NewsA new exhibit chronicling a tragic and historic time in Metis history has opened at the Manitoba Museum in Winnipeg. Ni Kishkishin, meaning I Remember, retells the story of Ste. Madeleine, a former Metis settlement located along the Manitoba, Saskatchewan border.In 1939, nearly 300 people living in the community were displaced when provincial and municipal governments designated the land for community pastures as part of what was called the Prairie farm rehabilitation administration.During the unveiling of the exhibit Metis Elder George Fleury shared stories of his childhood.He recalled the tragic moment his family returned home from working various jobs.“Our house had been burned down while we were gone,” said Fleury. “I was only four-years-old but I remember seeing my mother crying and my father’s shoulders heaving up and down.“He was crying too.”Government came into Ste. Madeleine and burned down the homes as well as their dogs were shot dead.Fleury says he was too young to understand the full impact of what this meant for his parents.“I didn’t sense what the loss was but in their hearts they knew what had been lost,” he said.“They lost their homes, their livelihood, their dignity.”The exhibit is displayed in Michif, French and English. It includes artifacts and stories from Elders, including Fleury.All that’s left of the settlement today is a cemetery.“Ste. Madeleine is a piece of history that needs to be corrected,” said John Fleury, son of George and a minister with the Manitoba Metis Federation.The organization continues to fight with governments to have the land returned.“When you talk about reconciliation, well come on Manitoba step up to the plate and let’s do some reconciling,” said the younger Fleury.firstname.lastname@example.org@bhobs22
UPDATENiagara Regional Police Service has made two arrests following a rash of break and enters in the region.Back in July, Niagara Falls Street Unit launched an investigation after eight storage units were broken into.“Items stolen range from clothing and jewelry to electronics,” said Niagara police. “The value of all the stolen goods is estimated at over $10000.”Police arrested and charged 33-year-old Michael Strychar, of Niagara Falls, with eight counts of break and enter commit thefts. Officers made an arrest in another series of break and enters that happened during the overnight hours on Oct. 23 in the Village of Chippawa.Police say a vehicle, commercial property and a shed all within a five block radius were broken into. They say a credit card was taken from the vehicle and used at a local business. Jesse Jonathan, 39, was arrested on Monday at a home in the area of Mundare Cres. and Lamont Ave. in Niagara FallsHe has been charged with break and enter to commit theft, possession of a stolen vehicle valued over $5000 and use of a stolen credit card.
Study: China investment in Europe triples in 2011, could total $500 billion by 2020 by News Staff Posted Jun 6, 2012 11:25 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email BEIJING, China – A new study says China’s annual investment in Europe tripled last year to $10 billion as Chinese companies sought new markets and technology.The report Thursday by the New York City-based Rhodium Group said total Chinese investment in Europe could reach $500 billion by 2020.The report’s authors said most Chinese investment appeared to be driven by commercial motives, rather than government directives.
THE PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY of Ireland (PSI) have these 10 tips on how to best help someone diagnosed with cancer.There are over 200 different types of cancer and one in three of us will be affected during our lifetime.“Perhaps the two most important things to remember are that emotions will not follow in neat stages and that over emphasising being positive can actually be an additional burden to the person diagnosed with cancer,” advises PSI Registered Member, Dr Paul D’Alton, Head and Clinical Lead of the Department of Psycho-oncology at St. Vincent’s University Hospital.Here are the 10 tips to help cope with and respond to the diagnosis:Being ‘positive’ doesn’t always help. Trying too hard to be positive can end up making people miserable! Facing up to uncertainty and insecurity takes courage and may be painful, however can be a much more helpful way to manage the ups and down of a cancer diagnosis.Don’t be afraid to say ‘I don’t know what to say’. Learn to tolerate your own emotional discomfort. Learn to just listen. Everyone’s response to a cancer diagnosis is unique. Try to understand what it might be like to be in their shoes by simply listening and allowing them to express what they’re feeling, even if it doesn’t always make sense or seem logical.Don’t expect emotions to progress along in neat stages. This experience will unfold as a process and there will be many ups and downs where their needs change on a day-to-day (or sometimes hour-to-hour) basis.Avoid advice giving. This can be unhelpful and make people feel they should be ‘doing a better job’ at coping than they are. Advising people to keep positive and battle on is not helpful for everyone.Try not to personalise. If you’re experiencing conflict, try and remember that your partner or friend or family member may be angry at the situation and not at you personally. We tend to take our frustration out on our nearest and dearest.6. Eat well, exercise and get enough sleep. Take care of yourself. You might not have cancer, but this is difficult for you. Stress can disrupt our usual routines at a time when it is more important than ever to maintain the basics of eating well, exercising and sleep. By taking care of yourself you are in a much better position to care for others.Don’t be afraid to ask for help, and say ‘no’ when you need to. If you are supporting a loved one with cancer it’s important to know your own limits. Now is a good time to call in your favours so letting others help you and acknowledging what you can’t do will take the pressure off. Remember that resources like the Irish Cancer Society (ICS) and local support groups are there to help not only the patient but those who support him or her.Be practical. Avoid vague offers like ‘let me know if I can do anything’, and instead be specific and practical about how you might be able to help. ‘I can collect the kids on Tuesdays and Thursdays’ or ‘I can bring you to the hospital on Fridays’ are clear, solid offers that you’re more likely to be taken up on.One of the surprising ways to manage stress is by trying to stop wanting things to be different from how they are right now. We tend to cause ourselves additional suffering simply by wanting things to be different. Allowing yourself permission to be who you are in this moment is likely to be more helpful in the long term.Try to focus on today, this moment not yesterday or the future. A diagnosis like cancer propels our minds into the future or back to the past. Simply bringing attention to your breath can help. Just take one mindful breath.The tips coincide with the Irish Cancer Society’s Daffodil Day, which takes place on Friday, 22 March.For more information on these services, or for advice on any other aspect of cancer, call the National Cancer Helpline on Freefone 1800 200 700 or go to the Society’s website, www.cancer.ie.Read: New research shows brain tumours can be killed with anti-nausea drug > More: Terminal cancer patient runs marathon and wins… while pushing his daughter in a buggy >
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MIAMI (WSVN) – Two armed robbers held a couple at gunpoint in Little Havana and remain on the run.Surveillance video showed the two robbers and their getaway driver as they robbed the couple on May 19, just after 1 a.m. The robbery happened at 185 N.W. 13th Ave.In the video, the victim could be see parking his car before walking around to wake up his girlfriend, who police said was sleeping in the passenger seat.A red, newer model Chevy Camaro then made a U-turn. Detectives said three subjects were inside the Camaro.Two of the armed robbers jumped out of the car and pointed guns at the victims. Police said the robbers demanded money.Investigators said the armed robbers got away with electronics and some money. They remain at large.If you have any information on this armed robbery, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $1,000 reward. Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.