On demande aux Néo-Écossais de faire preuve de prudence, aujourd’hui 6 décembre, alors que les vents forts, les pluies abondantes et les ondes de tempête continuent d’entraîner des conditions dangereuses le long des côtes ainsi que des inondations dans certaines régions. « Cet automne, les Néo-Écossais ont vu de près les dangers que les tempêtes peuvent entraîner, a dit Ramona Jennex, ministre de la Gestion des urgences. Restez loin des côtes et prenez les précautions nécessaires pour assurer la sécurité de votre famille sur les routes aujourd’hui. » Des vents forts et un front de basse pression entraînent une augmentation du niveau de l’eau, particulièrement le long des côtes. La combinaison des ondes de tempête et des grandes vagues pourrait causer des inondations et des dommages dans certaines régions. On prévoit que les rafales diminueront en début d’après-midi. On demande aux Néo-Écossais de rester loin des côtes exposées où les vagues et les ondes imprévisibles constituent un danger important. Les automobilistes doivent faire preuve de prudence, particulièrement dans les régions côtières et de faible élévation, et porter attention aux routes qui sont fermées en raison de lignes d’électricité brisées et d’inondations, afin d’éviter ces routes. Les automobilistes doivent également réduire leur vitesse dans les régions où la visibilité est mauvaise et où l’eau s’est accumulée sur la route afin de prévenir l’aquaplanage. On demande aux Néo-Écossais d’être très prudents avec des flammes nues et autres sources de chaleur qu’ils pourraient utiliser en cas de panne d’électricité. Les gens doivent également bien attacher les objets près de leur maison et garder leurs animaux de compagnie à l’intérieur, s’il y a lieu. En cas d’inondation, écoutez la radio. Les autorités locales émettront des directives à l’intention des personnes qui habitent dans les régions touchées. Des conseils à suivre en cas d’urgence sont disponibles (en anglais seulement) à l’adresse http://emo.gov.ns.ca/content/know-risks. Des rafales de 90 kilomètres à l’heure ou plus ont été enregistrées à Halifax, et les traversiers qui font la navette entre Halifax et Dartmouth ont été mis hors service pendant l’heure de pointe ce matin. Les traversiers qui se rendent à Terre-Neuve sont hors service. Le Bureau de gestion des urgences continue de recevoir des mises à jour d’Environnement Canada et de surveiller la tempête de près. Les représentants du gouvernement sont en contact avec les municipalités et les services publics. Des équipes de Nova Scotia Power rétablissent l’électricité dans les régions où des pannes sont signalées. Comme toujours, composez le 911 en cas d’urgence.
MONTREAL — A Canadian is among a group of LGBTQ content creators who have launched a class action lawsuit against YouTube in the United States, alleging the popular video-sharing website is censoring their content.The group of eight, which includes several prominent U.S. creators and Montreal-based transgender YouTuber Chase Ross, announced it is taking a stand against the video publisher and its parent company, Google, in a suit filed in California on Wednesday.In a statement, YouTube said it doesn’t target LGBTQ content. But Ross, the lone Canadian plaintiff for now, said the mere mention in videos of such words as “transgender,” “gay” and “lesbian” — or the use of those words in titles and tags — can get a video flagged as sensitive, restricting their views and curtailing advertising.“We are a group of LGBTQ creators that have had enough,” Ross said. “It has been affecting us for years and I’m so glad we’re going to be doing something about it, because after doing videos and talking with YouTube, nothing happened.”Ross recounted in an interview being particularly affected last year when an anniversary video about his surgery was flagged.“I’d had surgery five years ago. It’s a big moment in my transition. I was really excited, and the moment I added the word ‘transgender’ in the title, it was demonetized,” Ross explained. Demonetization renders a video unsuitable for advertisers.“I did two tests and it still happened the same way so I made a big deal about it online, I made a big fuss because people needed to know.”Ross said an algorithm makes the determination, and LGBTQ videos often find themselves flagged, even if there’s nothing inherently offensive or inappropriate in them.“There are a lot of videos that talk about LGBT content — there’s nothing sexual in the video — and it’s demonetized,” Ross said.In a statement, YouTube spokesperson Alex Joseph said the company is proud that “so many LGBTQ creators have chosen YouTube as a place to share their stories and build community.”Joseph said all content on the site is subject to the same policies.“Our policies have no notion of sexual orientation or gender identity and our systems do not restrict or demonetize videos based on these factors or the inclusion of terms like ‘gay’ or ‘transgender,’ ” Joseph said. “In addition, we have strong policies prohibiting hate speech, and we quickly remove content that violates our policies and terminate accounts that do so repeatedly.”Ross, who began using the platform when he was 15, said YouTube was a revolutionary in his own experience.“YouTube is where I found myself — it’s where I found out what trans people were. It’s where I found out that you can be trans and can live, and it’s okay to be trans,” said Ross, now 28.“It really saved my life so when I started making content. I started making content for the younger me, the content that didn’t exist, the information that I never had when I was younger.”He now has 164,000 subscribers and his videos can get 10,000 views or more.Ultimately, Ross doesn’t want to be censored, nor does he want to have to censor himself to get published.“YouTube really changes lives and it helps people that live in places where a queer or trans community doesn’t exist, so they’re not so alone,” Ross said. “When content gets demonetized or is deemed as inappropriate, people see that and they associate the LGBT community with things that aren’t appropriate.”What Ross is looking for is accountability from Google/YouTube.“More than anything, I want systemic change, I want there to be change in the platform, I want people to be treated equally on the platform,” Ross said.The lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court seeks an injunction requiring YouTube to “cease and desist from capriciously restricting, demonetizing, or otherwise censoring any content of videos uploaded to the YouTube site.” It is also seeking unspecified damages to be determined at trial.While the LGBTQ community is pushing the lawsuit, Ross said others like family bloggers and disabled people also face similar problems.“We are hoping that this is a stepping-stone to changing the system for everyone,” he said.Sidhartha Banerjee, The Canadian Press
Rabat- Morocco’s current account deficit will narrow over the next quarters, owing to the “booming autos and phosphates exports.”In a report by Fitch Solutions Macro Research, Morocco’s account deficit is set to shrink to 3.3 percent of GDP in 2018 and 2.2 percent in 2019, down from 3.6 percent in 2017.The lowered deficit is thanks to rising export growth, expected to continue in 2019. The main drivers behind booming exports are vehicles, phosphates, aeronautics, and agricultural products. The report also anticipates rapidly increasing growth in Morocco’s vehicle production. Production will grow by 18.2 percent in 2019, up from 16.8 percent in 2018, in line with the government’s 2014-2020 Industrial Acceleration Plan.The plan has two major goals. The first goal is to create 500,000 jobs, half of which are to be generated by Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and half from the restored industry. Second, the plan aims to increase industrial production’s share in GDP from 14 percent in 2018 to 23 percent in 2020.“FDI has performed poorly over 2018, with liabilities (investments by foreign residents) contracting by 1.9% quarter-on-quarter in Q218. That said, this still represents a 3.9% increase on a year-on-year basis.”The report keeps an optimistic tone over Morocco’s ability to attract more FDI over the coming years.The US and Brazilian markets’ demand for fertilisers, “the primary end-product of Moroccan phosphates,” is also expected to increase, the report states.Moreover, the projected slower rise of global energy prices compared to the rapid rise in 2018, will support Morocco’s current account by moderating imports.Read Also: Report: Military Service Spending to Disrupt Morocco’s Debt ReductionRapid rise of oil prices pressured Moroccan imports The rapid rise in oil price “has put immense upward pressure on Moroccan imports,” states the report, explaining that Brent crude oil prices rose to $86.3 per barrel in early October 2018 from $57.2 per barrel a year earlier. Fitch expects Brent crude to remain $82 per barrel on average in 2019, calling the trend “more tepid oil price gains ahead.”As Morocco’s energy imports are expected to remain more steady, the current account deficit will gradually narrow. In its previous report, Fitch group argued that the Moroccan government is no longer considering capping fuel prices, taking back its earlier argument which stated that the “political pressure brought about by rising inflation on the back of higher oil prices, would push the government to cap fuel prices.”Read Also: Morocco to Spend MAD 2.35 Billion to Restore Old MedinasFor now, Morocco’s fuel prices cap scheme has “fizzled out,” since inflation is on the back foot again. “Given that we expected subsidies to account for nearly a third of new spending in 2018, the avoidance of this measure will be positive for consolidation efforts,” it states.The government had reportedly finalized a plan to cap fuel prices in July and was awaiting approval by Head of Government Saad Eddine El Othmani.The fuel price cap plan came amid growing anger and demonstrations against rising living costs that have fueled a boycott against three companies: Sidi Ali, Afriquia gas, and Centrale Danone.Morocco lifted fuel subsidies in 2015, deregulating the fuel distribution market. Now prices have reached a five year high as oil prices worldwide have increased.The public became angrier when a parliamentary report was leaked revealing fuel distributors had increased their profits. As prices increased, distributors’ profit margins widened, but they did not expand Morocco’s storage capacity to the extent they pledged.
President Maithripala Sirisena, who is also the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, has promoted the Commander of the Sri Lanka Navy, Vice Admiral Jayantha Perera to the rank of Admiral with effect from 09th July 2015, the Navy media unit said.Admiral Jayantha Perera has been decorated with Rana Wickrama Padakkama for gallantry and awarded with many other medals that include Vishista Seva Vibhushanaya and Utthama Seva Padakkama. Successive Commanders of the Navy have issued him with ‘Letters of Commendation’ for his exceptional execution of duties and achievements in numerous fields. He assumed duties as the 19th Commander of the Navy on 01st July 2014. (Colombo Gazette)
Share Tweet Email2 47,120 Views Apr 5th 2017, 9:33 AM Costing the city over $100k a day, New Yorkers are desperate to get Melania Trump to move out More than half a million people have signed a petition urging Melania to move to Washington. By AFP Short URL Wednesday 5 Apr 2017, 9:33 AM 84 Comments Image: Anthony Behar SIPA USA/PA Images Image: Anthony Behar SIPA USA/PA Images http://jrnl.ie/3324759 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article MORE THAN HALF a million people have signed a petition demanding that First Lady Melania Trump move into the White House or foot the expense of living in New York herself.The Slovenian-born former model and mother of one has continued to live at her Manhattan penthouse apartment more than two months after husband Donald Trump was sworn in as 45th president of the United States.The first lady has said that she and 11-year-old son Barron will move to Washington after the current school year ends in the summer.New York expects to spend an average of $127,000-$146,000 a day for the police and $4.5 million annually for the fire department to protect the first lady and her child while they live in Trump Tower, city police chief James O’Neill wrote in a letter to local members of Congress in February.Police spent $24 million on protecting the family from election day on 8 November 2016 to inauguration day on 20 January, on the eve of which the New York real estate tycoon moved to Washington.“The US taxpayer is paying an exorbitant amount of money to protect the First Lady in Trump Tower,” said the petition set up on Change.Org.“As to help relieve the national debt, this expense yields no positive results for the nation and should be cut from being funded,” it added.The petition, which was started two weeks ago, has already been signed by more than 514,200 people. It has a goal of reaching one million supporters.The petition is to be delivered to Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, both prominent Trump opponents on the left of US politics.The president has not returned to New York since moving to Washington but has spent multiple weekends at his estate in Palm Beach, Florida to the frustration of some residents there.Signatories to the petition have left less than savory words for the first family’s living arrangements.“Melania not living in the White House is not only expensive but an insult to Americans,” wrote Gary Strauss from Madison, Wisconsin on Tuesday.“This exposes one of the many hypocrisies of this administration,” added Roderick Grant of Huntington Station, New York.- © AFP, 2017Read: Melania Trump makes rare public speech calling for women’s empowermentRead: Melania Trump caught plagiarising again, but this time she’s gone for one of her husband’s ex-wives
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Columbia Springs’ mission is environmental education. One of its youngest volunteers, Ciara Downey, stuck to that mission Saturday during Family Nature Day as she regaled visitors with facts about the humble crayfish.“One fact: They pinch. Also, he can swim backwards with his tail,” said Ciara, 7, as she held a crayfish in a small plastic box.“Wanna see a baby sculpin?” Ciara asked, referring to a small fish.Her mom, Annemarie Downey, said their family volunteers at Columbia Springs often and participates in salmon releases. On Saturday, they were among a cadre of volunteers who had scooped up aquatic macro invertebrates and placed them in plastic bins filled with water so people could observe them up close.Andrew Flath, 8, was using a large pipette to suck up water and invertebrates.“He’s interested in all these little creatures,” said his dad, Christopher Flath.Andrew’s mom, Jennifer Flath, meanwhile, was a bit unnerved by the caddisfly larvae, which make ornate protective cases out of rocks, wood and whatever they find in the stream — in some cases making them look like a living piece of bark.The Flath family visits the Water Resources Education Center and Columbia Springs in Vancouver often. They heard about Family Nature Day online. It’s a good place to take kids, Christopher Flath said.
Sean Dyche has urged his players to wake up from slumber after accusing them of being trapped in a fog following Burnley’s loss at Wolves.The Clarets are experiencing their worst start to a league campaign in 90 years.Dyche’s men have managed to secure one point from their opening five games this term, and the manager has called on his team to step up their game.“No complaints, Wolves played well,” he told Sky Sports. “They are a good side, and we knew we would have to defend resolutely, which to be fair I thought we did – our ‘keeper played well.Premier League Betting: Match-day 5 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Going into the Premier League’s match-day five with a gap already beginning to form at the top of the league. We will take a…“We were a bit more like ourselves defensively. It was a poor goal but other than that we got blocks in, were resolute and stayed in the game where we could have got something.“But attacking wise it was nowhere near enough, not enough quality, guile and energy really. That’s got to change.“We’re in a bit of fog at the moment; we collectively have to get our way out of that. We’ve been here before, we know it changes quickly, but we’ve got to work to make it change.”
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KUSI Newsroom, Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Storm impact across the county: rainbows, flooding, shelters open Posted: January 31, 2019 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsDEL MAR (KUSI)- The rainy weather hit North County first before heading down to the Pacific Beach and Downtown. KUSI’s Dan Plante has more on the weather in North County KUSI Newsroom January 31, 2019 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI)- The rain is affecting the homeless residents. Father Joe’s is opening more room in an emergency shelter so that homeless can sleep in a dry environment. KUSI’s Sasha Foo has more on this story in Downtown. 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsPACIFIC BEACH (KUSI)- The storm moved it’s way to Pacific Beach and La Jolla where San Diego Lifeguard Swiftwater Rescue teams are ready to help any people trapped by flooding. KUSI’s John Soderman has more on that story.
Two-thirds (66%) of respondents have no knowledge of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) legislation, or have any plans in place to prepare to comply with the upcoming legislation, according to research by DocsCorp.Its survey of 200 UK small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) employers also found that 30% of respondents did not have an awareness of metadata, which is a set of data that describes and gives information about other data sets. Under GDPR legislation, employers will have increased responsibility for handling metadata.The research also found:47% of respondents handle sensitive information, such as names, addresses and bank details, that might be transferred between computers using metadata and would therefore need to comply with the new data handling legislation.67% of respondents working in the finance sector do not have an awareness of metadata.100% of respondents who work in the legal sector know what metadata is and already have systems in place to manage it. This compares to 50% of respondents from the public and government sector, and 43% of respondents based at life sciences organisations.58% of respondents provide their employees with remote-working opportunities, which may mean they are under increased pressure to ensure the safe transfer of data.Ben Mitchell, vice president at DocsCorp Europe, Middle East and Africa, said: “There are a number of important steps that businesses should take before the May 2018 deadline. Firstly, evaluate all internal operations that involve the handling of secure data. Identify any areas that might present the risk of a data breach, and design processes to minimise that risk. Train employees where necessary, and implement smart systems and software to ensure security.“Finally, understand the processes for reporting any breach to the proper [European Union] authorities, because failure to report may escalate sanctions, penalties and fines, which can be up to €20,000,000, or 4% of [the] organisation’s global turnover, whichever is higher.”
If the old adage that 10 percent of your staff does 90 percent of the work rings true, the same could be said for your Web site traffic. Scout Analytics, a specialist in digital revenue optimization (including calculating revenue-per-visitor for publisher sites), has released new research offering publishers four new ways to categorize Web site traffic-and assign value to them. According to Scout Analytics, audience breakdown includes:Fly-by: Someone who visits once. Occasional: Visitor to the site two to three times per month. An occasional visitor has an average revenue potential of 5:1 compared to fly-bys. Regular: Visitor to the site one to two times per week. A regular has an average revenue potential of 10:1 compared to fly-bys.Fan: Visitor to the site more than two times per week. A fan has an average revenue potential of 50:1 compared to fly-bys. According to Scout Analytics, fly-bys make up 70 percent to 80 percent of the average publisher’s audience, but deliver less than 30 percent of page views. One site the company works with had 400,000 monthly uniques, but discovered just 15,000 core users. “They had been assuming they had loyal readership of 400,000.” says Scout Analytics vice president of strategy Matt Shanahan. “A loyal reader is recurring revenue. Everyone wants to optimize SEO but I would say for most publishers, the SEO is working fine. What you’re not doing is converting fly-bys into loyal readers.”
WILMINGTON, MA — According to Wilmington Police Logs, Wilmington Police issued the following arrests and summonses between September 13, 2018 and September 19, 2018:Thursday, September 13NoneFriday, September 14Guerby A. Centatus (30, Haverhill) was issued a summons for Operating A Motor Vehicle With A Suspended License and Speeding. (1:49am)Saturday, September 15NoneSunday, September 16John Amaro Gearty (31, Wilmington) was arrested on a probation warrant. (8:34am)Robert A. Newton, Jr. (43, North Reading) was arrested on Operating A Motor Vehicle With A Suspended Or Revoked License; Marked Lanes Violation; and Motor Vehicle Operator’s Refusal To Identity Self Or Give False Name. Newton was pulled over on Chestnut Street. (3:31pm)Monday, September 17Christopher John Wiese (33, North Reading) was arrested with Assault & Battery with a Dangerous Weapon. (4:40pm)Tuesday, September 18NoneWednesday, September 19Malia K. Melendez (19, Wilmington) was arrested on a warrant. (8:35am)Mia V. Curtatone (24, Wilmington) was arrested on a warrant for use a motor vehicle without authority. (11:00am)(DISCLAIMER: This information is public information. An arrest does not constitute a conviction. Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedARREST LOG: Wilmington Police Make 3 Arrests & Issue 4 SummonsesIn “Police Log”ARREST LOG: Wilmington Police Make 1 Arrest & Issue 2 SummonsesIn “Police Log”ARREST LOG: Wilmington Police Make 5 Arrests & Issue 4 SummonsesIn “Police Log”
Share Twitter via @SpannForecasters have downgraded Alberto to a subtropical depression but say a flood threat persists as the huge system continues to dump heavy rains.The National Hurricane Center in Miami says Alberto, formerly a subtropical storm, weakened Monday evening just hours after making landfall in the Florida Panhandle. As of the 11 p.m. EDT advisory, Alberto was located about 50 miles (80 kilometers) west-northwest of Dothan, Alabama. Its top sustained winds are now down to about 35 mph (55 kph).Forecasters say the center of the depression is moving to the north near 12 mph (19 kph). The storm is expected to pick up speed in coming hours and move over Alabama later in the night and early Tuesday as it spreads storms around the South.Forecasters say rains from the far-flung system could produce flash flooding in the hours ahead.Authorities so far haven’t attributed any deaths or injuries directly to Subtropical Storm Alberto. But in North Carolina, a television news anchor and a photojournalist have died when a tree fell on their vehicle as they reported on severe weather on the fringes of the huge system.The North Carolina Highway Patrol says a large tree toppled Monday on the TV news vehicle near Tryon, North Carolina. Station WYFF-TV of Greenville, South Carolina, says one of its news anchors, Mike McCormick, and photojournalist, Aaron Smeltzer, were killed.McCormick and Smeltzer had just interviewed Tryon Fire Chief Geoffrey Tennant as they reported on fringe storms in North Carolina, hundreds of miles (kilometers) from the center of Alberto. Tennant says minutes later he got a call “and it was them.”Tennant didn’t directly blame Alberto for the deaths, noting the tree became loose in ground already saturated by a week rain.
Fiscal deficit rose to Rs 5.68 lakh crore in April-January period, breaching the budget estimate by 107 per cent which may call for harder measures by the government to meet the target of 4.1 per cent of the GDP for full 2014-15 financial year.As per the data released by Controller General of Accounts (CGA) on Monday, fiscal deficit during April-January period was Rs 5.68 lakh crore or 107 per cent of the 2014-15 budget estimate of Rs 5.31 lakh crore by January-end.The overshooting of fiscal deficit is mainly attributed to subdued revenue realisation. The fiscal deficit, the difference between government expenditure and revenue, during April-January period of 2013-14 stood at 98.2 per cent.In the Budget speech on Saturday, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had said government would achieve the 4.1 per cent fiscal deficit target in 2014-15.
Nvidia reveals GeForce Now game streaming service by Martin Brinkmann on January 05, 2017 in Games – Last Update: May 22, 2018 – 11 commentsNvidia revealed the game streaming service GeForce Now for Mac and PC yesterday at the company’s CES 2017 keynote event.GeForce Now is a game streaming service that works similar to the service that Nvidia Shield users can use already.The core idea behind the service is to move the computing power to the cloud so that PCs and Macs without dedicated video card can play the latest and most demanding games.Now you can transform your Mac or PC into a powerful NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1080 gaming machine with easy access to the latest PC games. Connect to top digital stores like Steam, Uplay, GOG, Battle.net, and Origin to play your games. It’s that easy.A relatively fast Internet connection is required however to take advantage of GeForce Now. Nvidia states that GeForce Now requires an Internet connection with at least 25 Mbps.Another limitation, at least for the time being, is that only residents of the United States may apply for early access to the service.How it worksGeForce Now uses a different system than traditional game streaming services. The service is more a high powered gaming rig in the cloud than an all-in-one service.It does not ship with any games that you get when you become a member, but lets you access the catalogs of gaming platforms such as Steam or Origin.This means that you need to purchase the games on these platforms, or alreadyown them, to stream them using GeForce Now.GeForce Now is more flexible than existing game streaming services because of this. Users have more games they can choose from thanks to support for several gaming platforms. It is unclear right now whether gamers will be able to play games they already purchased on one of the supported platforms, but it seems likely that this will be the case.One benefit of this approach is that games may be played that are not yet available on a platform. Nvidia showcased the latest Tomb Raider game on a Mac for instance during the event; the game is not yet available for Macs.While that is mostly beneficial for Mac users, as they may play games only released for Windows on their devices, it may also be beneficial to Windows users who run older operating systems that games may no longer support officially.The main downside to GeForce Now is price. Nvidia wants $25 for 20 hours of play. Considering that games need to be purchased on top of this, it is a rather expensive affair.You need to add latency to this, as input is delayed due to the streaming nature of the service.Depending on how often you use the service, you could be better off buying a gaming PC or a video console instead.Now You: What’s your opinion on GeForce Now?SummaryArticle NameNvidia reveals GeForce Now game streaming serviceDescriptionNvidia revealed the game streaming service GeForce Now for Mac and PC yesterday at the company’s CES 2017 keynote event.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisement
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News | Radiology Business | August 01, 2019 Philips Completes Acquisition of Carestream Health’s HCIS Business … read more Feature | Radiology Imaging | July 29, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr Imaging Market in U.S. Could Rise In Coming Years The coming years may be good for the medical imaging community in the United States. But they will not be easy. read more Demand for ultrasound scans at U.S. outpatient centers could grow by double digits over the next five years, according to a speaker at AHRA 2019. A variety of factors, however, could cause projections for this and other modalities to change. 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Technology | Radiographic Fluoroscopy (RF) | August 09, 2019 Shimadzu Medical Systems Receives FDA 510(k) for FluoroSpeed X1 RF System Shimadzu Medical Systems USA, a subsidiary of Shimadzu Corp., announced they have received U.S. Food and Drug… read more Scranton Gillette Communications’ Imaging Technology News (ITN) was recently named a 2017 Azbee Award winner in two Upper Midwest Regional categories. The annual Azbee Awards are hosted by the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE) to recognize editorial and design excellence in the business, trade and specialty press.ITN received an Azbee Bronze Regional Award in the Online Enterprise News Story category for “The Coming Push for DR/Technology Report: Digital Radiography,” and in the Print Regular Contributed Column category for its “How Intelligent Machines Could Make a Difference in Radiology/How Radiology Can Put the Patient First” column. 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New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Comments Share Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall WASHINGTON (AP) — A panel that advises Congress on Medicare policy says the government should make it easier for seniors to get covered for rehab after a short hospital stay.MedPAC said in a report Monday that Congress should revamp a rule that says to qualify for rehabilitation at a nursing facility, beneficiaries first must be hospitalized for three days as inpatients.The panel recommended that Medicare count up to two hospital “observation days” toward the three-day requirement. Top holiday drink recipes Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Top Stories Sponsored Stories 5 ways to recognize low testosterone Hospitals routinely admit patients for observation, but that has Medicare billing implications. It can mean higher out of pocket costs for certain services.Hospitals should be required to clearly explain the billing consequences to patients, MedPAC said. Another recommendation would reduce medication costs for patients on observation.Medicare is reviewing its policy on observation stays.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Quick workouts for men
State Rep. Klint Kesto today announced he will conduct coffee hours on a regular basis in the district, as well as a monthly legislative update at a local community center.Kesto, R-Commerce Township, said coffee hours will take place on the third Friday of each month at the following locations:Dunkin’ Donuts located at the Commerce Towne Center, 3050 Union Lake Road, from 9 to 10 a.m.; andMiracle Coffee, located at 40200 W. 14 Mile Road, from 1 to 2 p.m.Kesto also will host legislative updates for the community from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. every third Friday of the month at the Ralph C. Richardson Community Center, 1485 Oakley Park Road in Commerce Township. Kesto, his staff or a special speaker will deliver information to community members during the event.“It is very important that I receive valuable feedback and ideas from residents of the community regarding state and local government at these events,” Kesto said. “Equally important is letting community members know what is transpiring in Lansing and how it will affect their quality of life. I always look forward to meeting with hard-working taxpayers in the 39th District.”No appointments are necessary. Those unable to attend may contact Kesto at 517-373-1799 or via email at KlintKesto@house.mi.gov.##### Categories: Kesto News,News 13Jan Kesto sets regular coffee hours, legislative updates in district