Lamark Media, an innovative full-service digital marketing agency, partnered with After-School All-Stars as a premier sponsor and strategic partner for the 3rd Annual All-In for All-Stars private charity poker tournament.The tournament was held on January 22, 2017, from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Nobu Miami Beach, Florida.The charity event benefitted the local South Florida students enrolled in After School All-Stars (ASAS), Arnold Schwarzenegger’s foundation for at-risk youth that provides comprehensive after-school programs that keep children safe and help them succeed in school and life.Hosted by Wayne Boich, Mark Groussman and Sean Posner, and featuring celebrity comedian Tom Arnold, the event featured top prizes from HUBLOT. The tournament took place in a private space at Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s Nobu Miami, 4525 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Sushi and Japanese-Peruvian fare were served with hand-crafted cocktails in a pre-tournament reception. A premium open bar and hand-rolled cigars were available throughout, along with fine wine and liquor tastings. Premier Sponsors of the event included Nobu Miami, Hublot, Crystal Cruises, Hard Rock Hotels, Inspirato, Lamark Media, Miami Marlins, Miami Heat, Fox Sports Florida, Rose Magazine, XM Cigar Co., Chivas, Haute Living, Louis XIII, and Estrella Damm. Numerous athletes and celebrities were in attendance to support the cause and participated in the live auction, all in efforts to create awareness for the After-School All-Stars charity.“We are honored to sponsor this event and will continue to support this great organization as a strategic partner to increase awareness for an amazing cause. As a new father myself, I am even more aware of the importance and value in providing children with the tools that they need to achieve success throughout all stages of life.” – Bryan Shetsky, Founder and CEO of Lamark MediaASAS South Florida’s VP of External Affairs Natalia Sol thanks Lamark Media for their participation in the 2017 tournament.“We are tremendously grateful to the many incredible partners that supported this important fundraising effort to ensure that critical programs for our community’s most at-risk students can be provided every day from 3-6pm. Working with Lamark Media enables us to amplify our message and engage our greater community in this important work.” – Natalia Sol, Vice President of External Affairs of the South Florida chapter of After-School All-Stars.NFL Conference Championship games were broadcasted on large screen televisions during the tournament and silent auction, keeping the sports theme throughout, while philanthropists, celebrities, athletes and other supporters enjoyed a day of celebration and fundraising at Nobu on Miami Beach.Since its inception, the All-In for All-Stars event has raised over $1 million towards the charity fulfilling their mission to help middle school youth through the nation’s largest school-based, comprehensive after-school program.
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Marrakch- The number of German tourists arrivals in Marrakech over the first eight months of the year rose by 36.5% compared to last year. Nights spent in Marrakech by tourists rose by 34%.The Moroccan Tourist Office is designating Germany as a strategic market, noting that German tourists take 82 million trips per year, making it the largest market for tourism package flights. Germans are high-spending tourists who travel an average of 5 days. In Morocco, the total expenditure of German tourists increased by 13% between 2010 and 2011, from 1.46 to 1.65 billion dirhams, according to a survey conducted on behalf of the Observatory of Tourism, according to L’Economiste.Marrakech’s Menara airport recently added an airline route to Frankfurt, operated by Lufthansa. The Frankfurt link comes after the airport recently established a link to the German capital, Berlin. Marrakech now has 34 flights to six German cities: Berlin, Munich, Dusseldorf, Hahn, Cologne/Bonn, and Memmingen. Three additional routes are scheduled to open in 2014-15, including Düsseldorf (operated by Air Berlin) and Hamburg (operated by Germania) and Vienna (operated by Niki Air).Lahcen Haddad, the Minister of Tourism, reassured local authorities and tourism professionals in Marrakech that the tourism market was stable, after reported cancellations due to a French government tourist warning for 28 Muslim countries, including. Morocco.Abdessalam Bikrat, the Wali of Marrakech, stressed that there had been no evidence of tourist cancellations and no cancellation of any events in Marrakech’s busy calendar of conferences and shows.Hamid Bentahar, the Chairman of CRT Marrakech, also confirmed that the activities in the city remained unaffected and the general trend remained extremely positive.
Geneva- Morocco’s role in promoting south-south cooperation reflects the openness of the Moroccan economy as well as its dynamism and attachment to cultural roots, said Director General of the World Trade Organization (WTO) Roberto Azevêdo.In an interview with MAP prior to his visit to attending an African conference in Morocco on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the WTO, Azevêdo said that Morocco’s status as the second African investor in Africa reflects the growing trend of its economy.“Morocco recognizes the importance of the African market as a driver for future growth,” said Azevêdo. The WTO is closely following the development of the Moroccan economy which showed remarkable resilience in the wake of the economic crisis and the fluctuations it engendered in European markets, the WTO chief said, noting that growth prospects in Morocco for 2015 are estimated at 4.5%.While recognizing the work that remains ahead in terms of reducing unemployment, the WTO Director General highlighted the sound foundations of political stability in Morocco that enable the implementation of efficient economic and trade policies with promising results.“Since it joined the international multilateral trade system, the Moroccan economy successfully managed to transform and to diversify exports,” he said.Azevêdo recalled that Morocco remains the world largest phosphate exporter and a leading producer of citrus fruits, agri-food products and textile.In the same vein, he noted the growing exports of high added value goods such as cars, electronic devices and airplane parts.He also pointed out to the important infrastructure investments in Morocco, notably the Tanger-Med ports and its role in promoting large-scale investments in car making and aviation.Azevêdo will be visiting Morocco to attend the ministerial conference on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the WTO.The conference is held under the high patronage of King Mohammed VI with the participation of several African trade ministers.
OKLAHOMA CITY — A tribal business official says two Native American tribes in Oklahoma are planning to build a meat processing plant in an effort to take a more active role in bringing the nations’ bison herd to the marketplace.Nathan Hart, business director for the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes, says an eatery at the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum currently being developed in Oklahoma City could sell the meat plant’s first bison entrees.The Journal Record reports that Hart says the U.S. Department of Agriculture-inspected processing plant being built in El Reno will be chiefly for bison, but the planned 150-acre site will also take in cattle and wild game.The tribes’ farming program already has supply chains for bison meat to be retailed in dozens of the region’s stores.___Information from: The Journal Record, http://www.journalrecord.comThe Associated Press
The Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) today appointed new party organizers for several districts.President Maithripala Sirisena, as the chairman of the party, made the appointments at his official residence today.
by Martin Crutsinger, The Associated Press Posted Apr 12, 2017 6:49 am MDT Last Updated Apr 12, 2017 at 11:40 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IWF) chats with a member of the staff as she waits for the arrival of German Chancellor Angela Merkel for a meeting at the chancellery in Berlin, Germany, Monday, April 10, 2017. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn, pool) IMF leader Lagarde warns against trade protectionism WASHINGTON – The head of the International Monetary Fund said Wednesday that after six years of disappointing growth, the world economy is finally gaining momentum. But she warned of potential threats, from political uncertainty in Europe to protectionism that could hinder trade.Christine Lagarde, the IMF’s managing director, said there is a critical need for more international co-operation. Restricting trade flows would be a “self-inflicted wound” that would harm workers and consumers, she said in a speech previewing next week’s meetings in Washington of the 189-nation IMF and its sister lending organization, the World Bank.In the speech in Brussels, Lagarde did not single out any country for criticism on the issue of protectionism. In his campaign, President Donald Trump had vowed to impose punitive tariffs on goods from countries that he thinks harm American workers by flouting trade rules.Trump has threatened to slap tariffs as high as 45 per cent on goods from China and Mexico unless those nations stop practices that he says violate trade laws.Resorting to protectionism, Lagarde said, would disrupt supply chains for domestic companies and inflate prices that companies and consumers must pay. A better approach would be for countries — both those with trade surpluses and those with deficits — to co-operate in pursuing policies to address the imbalances.“Cooperation means working together to ensure that countries observe a level playing field,” Lagarde said.The Geneva-based World Trade Organization released a report Wednesday predicting that global trade will rebound this year and in 2018 after a lacklustre 2016. The WTO estimated that trade flows would increase 2.4 per cent this year, up from 1.3 per cent in 2016, which was the weakest figure since the height of the financial crisis in 2008.Next week’s finance meetings will likely be dominated by debate over how the global financial system should respond to trade and other economic proposals being pushed by the new Trump administration. The United States will be represented at the discussions by Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.In an interview with Bloomberg television, Lagarde cautioned against any move by the United States to target China as a currency manipulator in a report scheduled to be released in coming days by the Trump administration. She spoke in response to a question about the possibility that the administration could label China a manipulator, something Trump had pledged to do during the campaign but which most analysts say he is unlikely to do now.Lagarde said a better approach would be to conduct currency assessments in a “cohesive manner.” She noted that the IMF plans to issue a report on exchange rates in July.In her speech, Lagarde said next week’s meetings will occur at a time when prospects for the global economy are improving after struggling for six years to emerge from the severe downturn triggered by the worst financial crisis since the 1930s.“After six years of disappointing growth, the world economy is gaining momentum as a cyclical recovery holds out the promise of more jobs, higher incomes and greater prosperity going forward,” Lagarde said in her appearance at Bruegel, an economic research institute in Brussels.She pointed to stronger manufacturing activity in advanced economies and robust gains in emerging economies, which she said will provide more than three-fourths of expected global growth in 2017.One of the reasons for optimism is a rebound in the price of commodities which have brought relief to many low-income countries.“Putting all this together, we see a global economy that has a spring in its step,” Lagarde said, while cautioning that downside risks remain.She said that in addition to the threat to trade from rising protectionism and political uncertainty in Europe, persistently sluggish growth in productivity — the amount of output per hour of work — remains a problem for the global economy.Lagarde said that if productivity had grown since 2008 as it had been before the financial crisis, economic output in advanced economies would be 5 per cent higher today — the equivalent of adding a country with output larger than Germany to the global economy.Lagarde said that nations must find ways to reinvigorate productivity, such as investing more in education and infrastructure and providing tax incentives to foster research and development.
“The people of Tajikistan enjoy fundamental protections under their Constitution and human rights law, but those protections are eroding as the Government punishes dissent, limits access to alternative voices in the media and online, and shrinks the space for civil society,” David Kaye, Special Rapporteur on the right to freedom of opinion and expression, said at the end of a week-long official visit to the Central Asian country.The expert voiced particular concern over the recent ban of the Islamic Renaissance Party of Tajikistan (IRPT) and the prosecution of at least 13 of its leaders in secret trials.“The Government accuses the IRPT and its members of serious crimes, but it has refused to give public access to the trial and evidence,” Mr. Kaye said, urging the Government to release all persons detained on political grounds and ensure due process and a fair trial.He also drew attention to the attacks on members of Group 24 and other independent politicians. Criminal cases have also been brought against lawyers defending opposition leaders, and other critical voices also reported harassment.During his visit, the expert received numerous reports from journalists of pressure to refrain from covering issues of public interest, especially those related to the political environment. The Government raised its national security concerns, which are grounds of concern for any government, he said.“Yet banning peaceful political opposition forces and harassing lawyers, journalists and activists undermine security and generate tensions and long-term instability,” he pointed out.Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have also reported a deterioration of the space for their work. “New amendments to the Law on Public Association pertaining to foreign funds place a burden on many NGOs,” Mr. Kaye said.On the blocking of websites and networks, including mobile services, the Special Rapporteur underscored that these measures are disproportionate and incompatible with international standards, urging Parliament to consider adopting legislation that would impose restrictions on the Government’s ability to block the Internet and mobile communications.“Tajikistan maintains a very good and open dialogue with various human rights mechanisms,” he said, underlining his intention to work further with the Tajik Government to improve the legal and political environment for fundamental rights.Independent experts or special rapporteurs are appointed by the Human Rights Council to examine and report back on a country situation or a specific human rights theme. The positions are honorary and the experts are not UN staff, nor are they paid for their work.
THE JUSTICE MINISTER Alan Shatter has confirmed that the first payments to survivors of the Magdalene Laundries will be made in the next four to six weeks.Speaking in the Dáil this evening, Shatter said that over 600 applications have been made for lump-sum payments from the redress scheme established by his Department in the wake of the McAleese report.Of these, Shatter said that over 200 applications have been processed to an advanced stage and the final details of the scheme were agreed at Cabinet this morning.He said he expects his Department to be in a position to make its first offers of payments to survivors of the laundries in the next four to six weeks.He also said that the provision of other benefits, including weekly payments from the Department of Social Protection and medical services from the Department of Health, will be dependent on the introduction of administrative and legislative measures and said work has already begun on this.Shatter said these payments will be backdated to 1 August 2013.He also said that woman who receive payments should ascertain independent legal advice before signing a waiver not to take proceedings against the State.He said up to €500 will be made available to these women towards the cost of obtaining this legal advice.Read: ‘Shatter needs to make a public statement on redress delay for Magdalene women’Shatter: I can’t go in a tank and force Magdalene orders to pay compensation
Le site de Charlie Hebdo piratéEn plus de l’incendie qui a ravagé les locaux de l’hebdomadaire satirique Charlie Hebdo, son site internet a été piraté et est depuis cette nuit inaccessible.En correlation avec l’attaque ayant eu lieu cette nuit dans le local parisien du journal satirique, le site internet de Charlie Hebdo a été piraté. À lire aussiLes Anonymous ciblent le Stock ExchangeLa page d’accueil a été remplacée, selon le site L’informaticien, par une photo de la Mecque, accompagnée de versets du Coran et de l’inscription “Pas d’autre dieu qu’Allah”. L’attaque proviendrait d’un “cyber-combattant” de l’Islam, en réaction aux “dessins dégoûtants” de l’hebdomadaire. Pour l”heure, le site reste toujours inaccessible, bien que cette fausse page d’accueil ait été remplacée. Mais à la connexion, seule une page blanche apparaît avec l’inscription “it works”, “ça fonctionne” en français. Charlie Hebdo avait déjà publié des caricatures du prophète Mahomet, ce qui lui avait valu de se retrouver devant le tribunal correctionnel de Paris en 2007, poursuivi par diverses associations et la Mosquée de Paris, avant d’être relaxé l’année suivante.Le 2 novembre 2011 à 12:24 • Maxime Lambert
Rio+20 : des désaccords qui ralentissent la préparation du sommetHier, à la préparation du Sommet sur le développement durable Rio+20, les différents intervenants ont tenté de faire progresser le projet de document final qui patauge. De nombreuses questions restent en suspend et de nombreux désaccords entre les pays apparaissent.Le dernier cycle des négociations préliminaires, entamé mercredi à Rio, devrait s’achever aujourd’hui. Toutefois elles pourraient bien se prolonger jusqu’au sommet proprement dit dans la mesure où elles ne débouchent sur rien de solide. Dans ce cas, “le Brésil, qui préside la conférence, assumera la coordination de la suite des négociations”, a indiqué à la presse Luiz Alberto Figueiredo, le chef de la délégation brésilienne.Nikhil Seth, directeur de la division du développement durable à l’ONU, indiquait hier au cours du point de presse quotidien que “des progrès ont été faits” et que l’état d’esprit des négociateurs est “extrêmement positif”. Il soulignait cependant que le secrétaire général de la conférence, Sha Zukang, avait demandé aux délégués d'”accélérer” la cadence, et de “dépasser les intérêts étroits et à court terme”.M. Seth a toutefois admis que, si les délégués étaient d’accord sur 21 % du texte la semaine dernière avant d’arriver à Rio, on en était seulement aujourd’hui à “25 à 26 %”. Se voulant rassurant, il a affirmé que, dans une négociation, les positions sont toujours “extrêmes”, et qu’”on va trouver au bout du compte une voie médiane”.”Nous voulons un document final fort et ambitieux”, insiste pour sa part M. Figueiredo.Des pistes d’action sur des thèmes précis À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Pas moins de 81 pages comprenant 97 articles sont étudiées. Parmi eux se trouvent les principaux sujets définis par les Nations unies : la gouvernance qui manque d’autonomie et d’autorité, le projet d'”économie verte” et la fixation d’objectifs du développement durable, “le joyau de la couronne du document”, selon M. Seth. Une cinquantaine de pages sont également consacrées à des pistes d’action sur des angles thématiques : éradication de la pauvreté, eau, énergie, réchauffement climatique, santé, océans, etc.A 40 kilomètres de là, l’organisation du Sommet des peuples, qui ouvre ses portes aujourd’hui en parallèle du Sommet onusien, est prêt. Le chef indien brésilien Raoni, qui combat la construction de l’énorme barrage de Belo Monte, en Amazonie y participera. “Je vais demander qu’on nous respecte, nous les indigènes, qu’on respecte nos droits”, a déclaré l’homme de 82 ans. “Je vais demander qu’on ne fasse pas ce barrage pour que l’eau puisse continuer de couler normalement et que les poissons puissent vivre dans les rivières, pour que nous et nos enfants et petits-enfants puissions manger”, a-t-il ajouté.Le 15 juin 2012 à 13:31 • Maxime Lambert
Découverte d’un bas-relief de l’empereur Claude en tenue de pharaonC’est sur un temple d’Isis situé à une vingtaine de kilomètres de Louxor que le bas-relief a été découvert. Une telle représentation d’un empereur romain faisait partie de tout un processus pour légitimer la domination étrangère sur l’Égypte.À Rome, fais comme les Romains. Mais les Romains appliquaient-t-ils eux même cet adage quand ils régnaient encore sur un immense empire ? Des travaux récents ont annoncé la découverte de bas-reliefs sur lesquels l’empereur Claude était représenté en costume de pharaon. L’étude, citée le Scientific American, a été publiée dans l’édition 2013 du Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde. Le bas-relief a été découvert sur un mur extérieur du temple d’Isis à Shanhur, situé à une vingtaine de kilomètres au nord de Louxor. Claude, qui régna de 41 à 54, y érige un long poteau couronné d’un croissant de lune. Les hiéroglyphes le présentent comme “fils de Ra, seigneur des couronnes, roi de la Haute et de la Basse Egypte, seigneur des deux terres”. Ce type de poteaux sert de structure à une chapelle pour le dieu de la fertilité Min. Des souverains étrangers L’épisode décrit n’a pas existé puisque que Claude ne s’est jamais rendu dans cette province, qui a rejoint l’empire romain à partir de l’an 30 avant Jésus-Christ. Il est néanmoins représenté avec une couronne complexe, formée de trois plants de jonc disposés sur des cornes de bélier et surplombés par trois faucons. Ce couvre-chef est utilisé dans la représentation des souverains égyptiens à partir de -332, ce qui correspond à la conquête de la région par Alexandre le Grand.Le fait de représenter un étranger avec des attributs de pharaon n’est pas étonnant dans une Égypte antique qui a perdu son indépendance depuis longtemps. Le dernier pharaon réellement égyptien fut Nectanébo II, renversé en -342 par les Achéménides d’Artaxerxès. Ces représentations permettaient de renforcer la légitimité de cette domination étrangère.”Même si nous savons que Claude, comme la plupart des empereurs romains, n’a jamais visité l’Égypte, son règne sur les terres du Nil et les régions désertique était légitimé par des moyens cultuels, détaillent les chercheurs dans leur article. En décorant le mur extérieur du temple avec ce rituel, Claude recevait en théorie les caractéristiques de Min et donc sa capacité à diriger l’Égypte.”Le 28 mars 2014 à 18:45 • Maxime Lambert
The Celtic goalkeeper broke his arm while battling for the ball with Jermain Defoe and he was out for three monthsExactly nine years ago, Craig Gordon was Sunderland’s goalkeeper and he got his arm broken after a collision with Tottenham Hotspur Jermain Defoe.“I got to the ball first and he got their second and broke my arm. That was a bad break and I had to get a metal plate inserted in my arm,” Gordon told The Chronicle Live.“I was out for another three months and came back and played the rest of the season with the metal plate.”“That summer I got the metal taken out of my arm and very soon into pre-season the arm broke again and that was another three months when it got put back in again,” he added.Johnston is disappointed after being injured Manuel R. Medina – September 11, 2019 Celtic winger Mikey Johnston was disappointed to miss Scotland Under 21 national team’s victories over San Marino and Croatia, and he hopes he can return to play soon.“That was the third operation on my arm and that was frustrating. The metal plate is still in there today so I have not had any more trouble with it.”“Every time I felt like I was getting to a point where I was putting in good, consistent performances, something else would come up,” he commented.“I was starting to play in games where I probably wasn’t fit and I was starting to think whether this would ever be fixed.”“This was a very long-term thing and perhaps it was something I wouldn’t come back from,” he added.“There had been so many things that had gone wrong I felt I had to leave.”
Share At least 21 first responders suffered from exposure to toxic fumes and were taken to a nearby hospital. According to the CSB’s report, police officers were found vomiting at the scene.The company is facing multiple lawsuits from some of those first responders, nearby residents and local counties. Harris County prosecutors are also looking into criminal charges against the company or its employees.Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg said Thursday the county will present evidence to a grand jury in the coming weeks.CSB Safety Video about the 2017 Fire at the Arkema Chemical Plant in Crosby, Texas, following Hurricane Harvey:In a statement, Arkema said it was pleased with the CSB’s report, which the company said “accurately depicts the unforeseeable nature of the situation” from the six feet of water that flooded the plant. In Harvey’s immediate aftermath, Arkema CEO Rich Rowe apologized to nearby residents, saying that despite the company’s preparations for the storm, “no one anticipated we’d be looking at a site with six feet of water on it.”The company said its employees, some of whom moved increasingly-unstable chemicals by hand during the storm in an effort to keep them cooled, went to “extraordinary lengths, under difficult conditions” to keep the facility safe.Still, the investigation report noted the company could have done more to address flooding risks before the storm.“None of Arkema’s safeguards used to address electrical power failure met company or industry standards for analyzing independent protection layers for Harvey-level flooding,” the report read.The CSB, which has no regulatory authority, said the Environmental Protection Agency should require companies to prevent hazards from self-combusting chemicals. It also called on industry to step up its own standards for emergency planning.“More robust industry guidance is needed to help hazardous chemical facilities better prepare for extreme weather events, such as flooding, hurricanes, snowstorms, tornadoes, or droughts,” the report said. 00:00 /00:42 Listen X To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Courtesy U.S. Chemical Safety BoardBurned-out trailers sit at the Arkema chemical plant in Crosby, Texas, after Harvey flooded the plant and caused organic peroxides stored in the trailers to catch fire.Federal investigators say chemical plants across the country need tougher safeguards against hurricanes and flooding.The recommendation comes as part of a final report on fires that broke out at a Houston-area plant that was flooded by Hurricane Harvey’s unprecedented rainfall.In the report, the U.S. Chemical Safety Board said the insurer for the Arkema, Inc. plant in Crosby had warned about flood risks a year before the storm, noting the facility sits in a floodplain. But the report found employees there were never given that information.“I think the failure here was that people, not just Arkema, but industry in general, didn’t evaluate sufficiently the risk of this extreme flooding,” said CSB Investigator in Charge Mark Wingard.Organic peroxides that were stored at the Arkema plant needed to be cooled below a certain temperature to avoid catching fire. The chemicals burst into flames after the plant lost power and the refrigerators failed.
This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Play Image rotation filmed for a light beam propagating through a 10cm length of ruby rod, spinning the rod first clockwise and then anti-clockwise (as viewed from the camera position). Video: Science, DOI: 10.1126/science.1203984 To test this theory, the team created a square beam of green light, which they then directed at a spinning cylinder made entirely of ruby. The light was sufficiently strong enough to shine all the way through the cylinder, creating a square image on the other side. To see if the image was being rotated as the cylinder spun, the exact location of the projected image was noted, then the cylinder was spun in the opposite direction, to see if it would then be in a different position; which of course, it was. With the cylinder spinning at 30 revolutions per second, they found that the projected image was rotated about a third of a degree. They also found that increasing the amount of light tended to increase the amount of rotation of the projected image, in some cases, by as much as ten degrees.The research team note in their paper that they believe one application of this phenomenon could be its use in image encoding, just as current methods now include an image’s intensity. Scientists drag light by slowing it to speed of sound (PhysOrg.com) — In what might at first seem obvious, but isn’t after further thinking, a group of physicists from the United States and Canada have demonstrated, for the first time, that images generated by light, can be rotated via a rotating medium. In a paper published in Science, physicists Sonja Franke-Arnold, Graham Gibson, Robert W. Boyd and Miles J. Padgett describe how they were able to replicate the effects of light shifting via a moving medium, in a spinning medium, opening the door to a possible new way of encoding transmitted images. Explore further Scientists have long known that when a light is shone through certain moving material, that the light itself can be shifted along with it, due to the photons being absorbed and then released by the atoms in the medium. The effect has been demonstrated over the years and can be seen in the simplest of venues, such as light shining through a waterfall. Until now however, no one has shown that a similar effect might apply to a rotating medium.The idea is that if a beam of light, projected in a certain shape, such as a square for example, were to be shone through a spinning medium, such as a round block of glass, the image would emerge on the other side, but not exactly opposite; it would be off, just a little bit, in the direction of the spin. The amount of shifting would of course depend on both the speed of revolution of the cylinder and on the medium used, as some, such as rubies are able to cause more of a drag, per se, on the light as it moves through, than others. More information: Rotary Photon Drag Enhanced by a Slow-Light Medium, Science 1 July 2011: Vol. 333 no. 6038 pp. 65-67 DOI: 10.1126/science.1203984ABSTRACTTransmission through a spinning window slightly rotates the polarization of the light, typically by a microradian. It has been predicted that the same mechanism should also rotate an image. Because this rotary photon drag has a contribution that is inversely proportional to the group velocity, the image rotation is expected to increase in a slow-light medium. Using a ruby window under conditions for coherent population oscillations, we induced an effective group index of about 1 million. The resulting rotation angle was large enough to be observed by the eye. This result shows that rotary photon drag applies to images as well as polarization. The possibility of switching between different rotation states may offer new opportunities for controlled image coding.via PhysicsWorld Citation: Physicists demonstrate rotated light images (2011, July 6) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2011-07-physicists-rotated-images.html © 2010 PhysOrg.com PausePlay% buffered00:0000:00UnmuteMuteDisable captionsEnable captionsSettingsCaptionsDisabledQuality0SpeedNormalCaptionsGo back to previous menuQualityGo back to previous menuSpeedGo back to previous menu0.5×0.75×Normal1.25×1.5×1.75×2×Exit fullscreenEnter fullscreen
This story originally appeared on Reuters Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now 6 min read Enroll Now for Free This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. After two years of popping up at high-profile events sporting Google Glass, the gadget that transforms eyeglasses into spy-movie worthy technology, Google co-founder Sergey Brin sauntered bare-faced into a Silicon Valley red-carpet event on Sunday.He’d left his pair in the car, Brin told a reporter. The Googler, who heads up the top-secret lab which developed Glass, has hardly given up on the product — he recently wore his pair to the beach.But Brin’s timing is not propitious, coming as many developers and early Glass users are losing interest in the much-hyped, $1,500 test version of the product: a camera, processor and stamp-sized computer screen mounted to the edge of eyeglass frames. Google Inc itself has pushed back the Glass roll out to the mass market.While Glass may find some specialized, even lucrative, uses in the workplace, its prospects of becoming a consumer hit in the near future are slim, many developers say.Of 16 Glass app makers contacted by Reuters, nine said that they had stopped work on their projects or abandoned them, mostly because of the lack of customers or limitations of the device. Three more have switched to developing for business, leaving behind consumer projects.Plenty of larger developers remain with Glass. The nearly 100 apps on the official web site include Facebook and OpenTable, although one major player recently defected: Twitter.”If there was 200 million Google Glasses sold, it would be a different perspective. There’s no market at this point,” said Tom Frencel, the Chief Executive of Little Guy Games, which put development of a Glass game on hold this year and is looking at other platforms, including the Facebook Inc-owned virtual-reality goggles Oculus Rift.Several key Google employees instrumental to developing Glass have left the company in the last six months, including lead developer Babak Parviz, electrical engineering chief Adrian Wong, and Ossama Alami, director of developer relations.And a Glass funding consortium created by Google Ventures and two of Silicon Valley’s biggest venture capitalists, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and Andreessen Horowitz, quietly deleted its website, routing users to the main Glass site.Google insists it is committed to Glass, with hundreds of engineers and executives working on it, as well as new fashionista boss Ivy Ross, a former Calvin Klein executive. Tens of thousands use Glass in the pilot consumer program.“We are completely energized and as energized as ever about the opportunity that wearables and Glass in particular represent,” said Glass Head of Business Operations Chris O’Neill.Glass was the first project to emerge from Google’s X division, the secretive group tasked with developing “moonshot” products such as self-driving cars. Glass and wearable devices overall amount to a new technology, as smartphones once were, that will likely take time to evolve into a product that clicks with consumers.“We are as committed as ever to a consumer launch. That is going to take time and we are not going to launch this product until it’s absolutely ready,” O’Neill said.Brin had predicted a launch this year, but 2015 is now the most likely date, a person familiar with the matter said.Glass is Selling … On eBayAfter an initial burst of enthusiasm, signs that consumers are giving up on Glass have been building.Google dubbed the first set of several thousand Glass users as “Explorers.” But as the Explorers hit the streets, they drew stares and jokes. Some people viewed the device, capable of surreptitious video recording, as an obnoxious privacy intrusion, deriding the once-proud Explorers as “Glassholes.”“It looks super nerdy,” said Shevetank Shah, a Washington, DC-based consultant, whose Google Glass now gathers dust in a drawer. “I’m a card carrying nerd, but this was one card too many.”Glass now sells on eBay for as little as half list price.Some developers recently have felt unsupported by investors and, at times, Google itself.The Glass Collective, the funding consortium co-run by Google Ventures, invested in only three or four small start-ups by the beginning of this year, a person familiar with the statistics said.A Google Ventures spokeswoman declined to comment on the number of investments and said the Web site was closed for simplicity. “We just found it’s easier for entrepreneurs to come to us directly,” she said.The lack of a launch date has given some developers the impression that Google still treats Glass as an experiment.“It’s not a big enough platform to play on seriously,” said Matthew Milan, founder of Toronto-based software firm Normative Design, which put on hold a Glass app for logging exercise and biking.Mobile game company Glu Mobile, known for its popular “Kim Kardashian: Hollywood” title, was one of the first to launch a game on Glass. Spellista, a puzzler released a year ago, is still available, but Glu has discontinued work on it, a spokesman for the company said.Another developer, Sean McCracken, won $10,000 in a contest last year for creating an aliens-themed video game for Glass, Psyclops, but Google never put it on the official hub for Glass apps, making it tougher to find. He has quit working on updates.Still, there are some enthusiastic developers. Cycling and running app Strava finds Glass well-suited for its users, who want real-time data on their workouts, said David Lorsch, vice president of business development. And entrepreneur Jake Steinerman said it is ideal for his company, DriveSafe, which detects if people are falling asleep at the wheel.Pivoting AwayIn April, Google launched the Glass at Work program to help make the device useful for specific industries, such as healthcare and manufacturing. So far the effort has resulted in apps that are being tested or used at companies such as Boeing and Yum Brands’ Taco Bell.Google is selling Glass in bulk to some businesses, offering two-for-one discounts.CrowdOptic, which uses Glass as portable computers for surgeons and other people out of offices, is currently in use at 19 U.S. hospitals and expects that to grow to 100 hospitals early next year, said Chief Executive Jon Fisher.Alex Foster began See Through, a Glass advertising analytics firm for business, after a venture firm earlier this year withdrew its offer to back his consumer-oriented Glass fitness company when it became clear no big consumer Glass release was imminent.”It was devastating,” he said. “All of the consumer glass startups are either completely dead or have pivoted,” to enterprise products or rival wearables.(editing by Edwin Chan and Peter Henderson) November 14, 2014
Ports (excluding USB) Headphone/Mic 875 DVD /- RW Specifications Secondary Hard Drive Type Secondary Hard Drive Size 15.6 3 758 Wi-Fi 1018.75 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 4.5 x 2.0-inch Operating System 1 TB AMD Radeon Vega 8 USB 2.0 HDD Hard Drive Size 1663 Hard Drive Speed 3DMark Fire Strike1 of 11Tests notebook graphics performance.HP 15 Laptop (DB0069WM)Acer Aspire E 15 (Core i3 – 2018)Acer Spin 3Lenovo IdeaPad 320Category Average (as of 05/31/19) 1366×768 Touchpad Size AMD Ryzen 5 2500U Bluetooth Hard Drive Type The HP 15 Laptop, or the 15-DB0069WM, only costs $436, but for that relatively low price you have to deal with a washed out 15.6-inch, low-resolution panel and poor battery life packed in a dull design. While the HP 15 offers decent performance and features a comfortable keyboard, that isn’t enough for us to fully recommend it.article continued below HP 15 Laptop Price and Configuration Options The configuration of the HP 15 Laptop we tested costs $436 and comes with an AMD Ryzen 5 2500U processor with AMD Radeon Vega 8 graphics, 8GB of RAM and a 1TB HDD. HP has a version on its site that starts at $519 and is packed with an AMD A9-9425 processor with an AMD Radeon R5 GPU, 8GB of RAM, a 1TB HDD and a 1366 x 768 display. HP’s website sells another version of the laptop that starts at $1,239 and comes with a Core i7-7500U processor, 8GB of RAM, a 1TB HDD and a 1366 x 768 display, which is a complete rip off. You might as well spring for a Spectre x360, which is on sale for $1,099 (starting at $1,369) and is outfitted with a Core i7-8550U, 8GB of RAM, a 256GB SSD and a 4K display. Not to mention that its design leaps over the HP 15 Laptop. Design Like the HP 15’s namesake, the laptop’s design is devoid of personality. The Jet Black design over engraved stitching on the lid is home to nothing but an HP logo, so it just looks empty. I’ve seen cheap Chromebooks that look classier than this. The interior of the HP 15 is a carbon copy of the exterior, and with thick bezels to boot. I could barely even catch the speaker vent just above the keyboard because it blended in with the chassis so well. I’ve seen cheap Chromebooks that look classier than this. At 4.4 pounds and 14.8 x 9.69 x 0.89 inches, the HP 15 Laptop is actually the lightest and thinnest among its 15-inch competitors. The Acer Aspire E 15 comes in at 5 pounds and 15 x 10.2 x 1.2 inches, while the Lenovo IdeaPad 320 measures 4.51 pounds and 14.9 x 10.2 x 0.9 inches. The 14-inch Acer Spin 3 weighs 3.79 pounds and measures 13.2 x 9.1 x 0.8 inches. Ports The HP 15 Laptop has a decent amount of ports, but has no USB Type-C port. On the left, the chassis features the power jack, an RJ45 Ethernet port, an HDMI port, two USB 3.1 ports and a headphone jack, while the right side has a security lock slot, a R/W DVD drive, one USB 2.0 port and an SD card reader. Display It’s hard to look past the HP 15 Laptop’s dull and dim 15.6-inch display when its resolution is only 1366 x 768. We’re willing to get over poor displays on budget and mainstream laptops, but it’s most disappointing when a notebook can’t manage 1920 x 1080. I watched the trailer for Rambo: Last Blood, and the establishing shot of Rambo confronting a bunch of baddies atop a graffiti-ridden rooftop looked washed out; the panel overcompensated the low brightness with high contrast. And when a bunch of explosions kicked off over the barren landscape, the orange and yellow balls of fire looked tame and unthreatening. I also noticed that Sylvester Stallone’s wrinkles weren’t as sharp as they could’ve been. MORE: Laptops with the Best Display Brightness According to our colorimeter, the HP 15 Laptop’s display covered only 67% of the sRGB color gamut, falling below the 78% mainstream laptop average. To be fair, the Aspire E 15 (62%), IdeaPad 320 (67%) and Spin 3 (70%) didn’t make the average either. But at the very least, the Aspire E 15 and Spin 3 have 1920 x 1080 panels. At 222 nits, the HP 15 was so dim that the display compensates with unpleasantly high contrast. Regardless, the device didn’t make the category average (243 nits) and it couldn’t get past the Aspire E 15 (227 nits) or the Spin 3 (226 nits), either. The laptop did, however, beat the IdeaPad 320 (194 nits). Keyboard and Touchpad While the HP 15’s keyboard feels a little mushy, the combination of its textured palm rest and deep travel make it relatively comfortable to type on. However, it’s incredibly frustrating that the NumLock key does not have an LED to indicate whether it’s turned on or not. I hit 70 words per minute on the 10FastFingers.com typing test, which is right at my current average speed. The HP 15’s keys travel at 1.5 millimeters and require 66 grams of force to actuate, which is in line with our 1.5 to 2.0 mm comfort zone and minimum 60 g of force. The 4.5 x 2.0-inch touchpad is soft, but frustrating to use due to how stiff the discrete left and right clickers are. On top of that, the HP 15 Laptop doesn’t use Windows 10 precision drivers, so you can’t disable certain gestures. Windows 10 gestures like two-finger scrolling and three-finger tabbing work, but occasionally lag or stutter. Performance and Graphics The HP 15 Laptop is powered by an AMD Ryzen 5 2500U processor with 8GB of RAM, which is surprising because many sub-$500 laptops typically have just 6GB or less of RAM. The device handled 10 Google Chrome tabs and one 1080p YouTube video easily. However, after doubling the tabs and videos, I noticed a slight slowdown, and after booting up 30 Chrome tabs and 4 YouTube videos, the HP 15 Laptop took quite awhile to start loading images. On the Geekbench 4.1 overall performance test, the HP 15 scored 9,131, which actually surpasses the 9,088 mainstream laptop average. The laptop even got past the Aspire E 15’s 7,871 (Core i3-8130U), the IdeaPad 320’s 5,314 (Core i3-7100U) and the Acer Spin 3’s 8,543 (Core i3-8130U). The HP 15 Laptop took 25 minutes and 53 seconds to convert a 4K video to 1080p on our HandBrake benchmark, and while that may seem long, it was faster than the category average (33:12) as well as the Aspire E 15 (31:40) and Acer Spin 3 (34:59). The HP’s 1TB HDD took 1 minute and 30 seconds to copy 4.97GB of data, which translates to 57 megabytes per second. While that fell below the average mainstream laptop (110 MBps), it surpassed the 1TB HDD in the Aspire E 15 (34 MBps) and the Acer Spin 3 (29 MBps). MORE: Best Graphics Performance On the 3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited synthetic graphics benchmark, the HP 15 Laptop’s AMD Radeon Vega 8 scored 68,225, which flies over the category average (60,658). The Aspire E 15’s Intel UHD 620 GPU (63,817) and the IdeaPad 320’s Intel HD 620 GPU (51,856) fell behind, while the Spin 3’s Intel UHD 620 GPU (70,127) did slightly better. In real world testing, the HP 15 averaged 52 frames per second on the Dirt 3 benchmark, and while that climbs over the 43 fps category average, it does so at an unimpressive 1366 x 768. The Aspire E 15 scored a better 56 fps at a higher 1920 x 1080, and the Spin3 hit 38 fps at 1080p. Meanwhile, the IdeaPad 320 ran the test at 30 fps on 1366 x 768. Battery Life Even for a laptop with a low-resolution display, the HP 15 Laptop has disappointingly short battery life. After it continuously surfed the web over Wi-Fi at 150 nits of brightness, the battery lasted only 4 hours and 57 minutes, which falls below the mainstream laptop average (6:38). Even for a laptop with a low-resolution display, the HP 15 Laptop has disappointingly short battery life. The device couldn’t get past the Aspire E 15 (8:48) or the Spin 3 (6:00), which have higher resolution displays. However, the HP 15 did beat the IdeaPad 320 (4:24), which also has a 1366 x 768 panel. Webcam The 720p shooter on the HP 15 Laptop produced low-res images that blended shades of purple, gray and black in my flannel shirt, making it somewhat difficult to determine the dividing lines. I could literally see the pixels around my hairline and eyebrows. As far as the contrast goes, half of the ceiling was white due to the ceiling lights. Heat The HP 15 Laptop was cool throughout our heat test. After it streamed a 15-minute, 1080p video, the underside reached 91 degrees Fahrenheit, which is neatly below our 95-degree comfort threshold. The center of the keyboard and touchpad measured 83 and 76 degrees, respectively. The hottest the machine got was 92 degrees, on the front right underside. Bottom Line For $436, you shouldn’t have to suffer through the HP 15 Laptop’s short battery life, low resolution display and bland design. Sure, it has a decent amount of power and a comfortable keyboard, but there’s a better option out there. For a cheaper $329, you can get the Acer Aspire E 15, which features performance on par with the HP 15 plus longer battery life, a 1920 x 1080 display and a USB Type-C port. Between the HP 15 Laptop’s lack of features and its price, it’s difficult to recommend this laptop. You can do better. 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