A colorful LFL on Birch.In our prowls around NEJC, we stumbled onto two more Little Free Libraries to add to the growing list of reading opportunities while on your daily walk.These are both found in north Roeland Park. The first is in the 5100 block of Birch and the second, complete with a reading bench, can be found near Pawnee and 48th Street.Enjoy the selections.This one comes with a reading bench.
10.Iverson Walter-RobinsonRestaurant Service Sharing is caring! 126 Views one comment Tweet LocalNews Twelve Students of the Dominica State College Successful at the OAS/AHLEI Hospitality Training by: – November 8, 2019 8.Milano RemieRestaurant Service 3.Onealiah DavisRestaurant Service The Dominica State College Division of Tourism & Hospitality Studies is pleased to note that twelve students were successful in the just-concluded OAS/AHLEI Hospitality Training. The Hospitality Studies Majors ranging from Year I to Year III, registered with 100% pass in the areas of specialization such as:Front Desk Representative (2)Restaurant Service (8)Guest Room Attendant. (2)The Division and the Dominica State College are proud of the students for their remarkable scores in the final evaluations. Two students are to be highlighted for their exceptional performance – Jesslyn Nelson who scored 100 and Iverson Walter-Robinson who only received the training manual the first day of the specialized training, as opposed to the others who had 3 weeks of preparation, yet still scored 83% on the final evaluation.The President, Management and staff of the Division of Tourism & Hospitality Studies take this opportunity to wish all the students well in their future endeavors, with this added specialized skill, as these credentials are globally accepted. 1.Shanica CarbonFront Desk Representative 5.Roesha MichelRestaurant Service Share 4.Julina JamesRestaurant Service 7.Jesslyn NelsonRestaurant Service NO.NAMESPECIALIZATION Share Share 12.Joanne MorganGuest Room Attendant 6.Brenton MosesRestaurant Service 2.Whitney WilliamsFront Desk Representative 9.Frances SampsonRestaurant Service 11.Nisa DoddsGuest Room Attendant
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RALEIGH, N.C. – Environmental groups in North Carolina are figuring out their next move after the Trump Administration this week rolled back some Obama-era regulations regarding coal ash disposal.Acting EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler said the new rule will provide utilities and states more flexibility in how coal ash waste is managed, while ensuring human health and environmental protections. However, Earthjustice Senior Administrative Counsel Lisa Evans contends the industry will be able to operate coal ash ponds in dangerous areas that are known to be leaking.“It allows them to accept more toxic waste for a longer period of time instead of closing,” says Evans. “It allows them to lift monitoring requirements. It lessens the scrutiny that would be placed on technical certifications. All in all, this is a great step backwards for public health and the environment.”Evans says nearly 95 percent of all coal-ash dump sites have contaminated groundwater with toxins deemed by EPA unsafe to drink. Earthjustice and other organizations are examining the new rule and considering a court challenge.The new rule weakens drinking water protection standards for several hazardous chemicals, including lead, cobalt and lithium. And Evan notes it allows state officials to decide if sites are following regulations, instead of qualified engineers.“What this rule does, therefore, is politicize the science, allow those decisions to be made by a person now who can be influenced by the industry, who may be in programs that are under-staffed, may not have technical knowledge,” says Evans.She adds this is just part one of an extended effort to water down the coal-ash rule.“We will see – perhaps this fall, perhaps early next year,” says Evans, “additional rule makings by EPA that will erode the public health and environmental protections established by the Obama administration.”Here in North Carolina, Duke Energy still continues cleanup work related to the 2014 spill of 39,000 tons of coal ash into the Dan River. It was the third-largest coal ash disaster in U.S. history.
A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… richard macmanus Related Posts Tags:#CES 2008#conferences#web Yahoo! co-founder and CEO Jerry Yang was on stage today at CES and he showed a fascinating glimpse into the future of Yahoo. Yang outlined a product strategy that takes the simplicity and all-in-one portal approach that Yahoo! is famous for – and pushes it into the digital life arena by utilizing email, social networking, mobile and widgets. In Yang’s words, Yahoo! aims to be the “most essential starting point for your life”. The name for this new product suite will be Life!.Dan Farber has a great write-up of Yang’s speech on ZDNet, so in this post I’ll summarize that and give some analysis on Yahoo’s future.The crux of the new Life! strategy is to unite Yahoo Mail, MyYahoo, search and the Yahoo home page in a social networking context. This will be tied together using technologies like structured data, tagging and open standards like OpenID (see Marshall’s post this morning on Flickr adopting OpenID).Dan Farber reported:“Yahoo Mail (communication services) serves as the hub, but the interface also includes third-party applications and social context. Connections are contacts, and based on frequency and volume of communications email is reordered on the strength of the connections. The page also includes updates from connections, showing what is relevant rather than just relatively static inbox.”Interesting to note here that Google is also looking to use Web email as a hub for social networking. So both Yahoo! and Google are really targeting email to get users attention and integrate social web products.Image: Dan Farber, ZDNetZimbra IntegrationYahoo! will include Zimbra in the Life! strategy. Zimbra is an open source mail and messaging platform, which became famous in the web 2.0 world for its mashups ability. It was acquired last year by Yahoo; and so it’s exciting to know that Zimbra will be utilized more fully in Yahoo’s product range.Yahoo Go 3.0 – Widgets GaloreFinally, Yang showed off the new version of its Yahoo Go mobile platform. Labeled Yahoo Go 3.0, it will introduce widgets for things like email and Flickr, enabling those Y! products to be better utilized on mobile phones. Go will also become an open platform for third party widget developers – see our coverage of this last night. As Marshall wrote, unlike Google’s Android OS, the Yahoo! Go platform will work on more than 250 mobile devices that Go already works on.Yahoo has partnered with the likes of eBay, Viacom and News Corp on widgets for Go. Yahoo is also working with LG Electronics and other phone vendors to make widgets run natively on phones.From the user side, a new widgets gallery called MySnippets will give users feeds and services that can be embedded in Yahoo pages. A beta version of 3.0 will be available later today by directing your phones browser to http://beta.m.yahoo.comConclusionIt looks like Yahoo is finally beginning to tie together its many ‘best of breed’ web 2.0 products (Flickr, Zimbra, Mail, Go) into an integrated product offering. Mobile has been an area of development at Yahoo for some time – they appear to be doing more work than Google and Microsoft in the mobile portal / social networking arena, and with Go 3.0 it might crack the mainstream in a big way. Yahoo has also been a leader in terms of open standards – see our coverage of Ian Rogers about the Media Web for one example.Time will tell whether these moves by Yahoo will get them out of the funk they fell into during 2007, but Yang’s speech at CES had many encouraging signs. Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market
Hello and welcome to the LIVE coverage from day four of the fourth Test between Australia and India in Sydney.ScorecardAustralia (2nd innings):Stumps: India hoped of bundling Australia out soon when they got the wicket of David Warner early, however, fifties from Rogers, Smith and Burns have shut out the visitors. Australia at stumps were 251 for 6 leading by 348 runs.39.4 overs: Out. Burns destructive 39-ball 66 comes to an end as plays a Ashwin delivery to Umesh Yadav.35.5 overs: Burns hits another six off Ashwin to take Australia’s lead past 300. Runs coming thick and fast for Australia. 33.6 overs: 15 runs off Ashwin’s last over, which included a six and two boundaries. Burns going after the bowling as Australia nearing a lead of 300. 30.6 overs: Out. Reverse swing from Shami as he traps Steve Smith lbw for 71. A dream series of Smith comes to an end. Ashwin getting big turns off the pitch, India definitely missed the bus by not playing an extra spinner. Australia lead by 260. 25.3 overs: Out. Ashwin picks up his third wicket by getting Shaun Marsh caught in the slips for 1. 22.6 overs: Out. Going for the big shot off Bhuvneshwar, Rogers (56) didn’t get the timing right and holes up to Raina at midwicket. Australia 132 for 3.21.3 overs: Six. Great shot from a man in top form in this series. Smith comes out and lofts Ashwin over the fence. Australia lead by 215 runs. Rogers and Smith have stitched together a 50-plus stand as Australia now lead by 202 runs. 12.6 overs: Poor bowling from Umesh Yadav, 17 runs give which included four boundaries. Australia extend their lead to 182. advertisement7.2 overs: Out. Ashwin strikes again by dismissing Shane Watson for 16. Watson looking to play the cut shot to a spinning ball chops on to the stumps. Australia 48 for 2. Tea: The last half of the session was pretty interesting and action-filled. Australia were 38 for 1 and lead by 135 runs with Chris Rogers batting on 21 and Shane Watson on 13. India could have had the wicket of Watson, if Wriddhiman Saha managed to gathered the ball and then taken the bails off. 4.6 overs: The problem still persists with India’s bowling as they keep leaking runs. Eight runs off Bhuvneshwar’s last over. 3.6 overs: All drama in Ashwin’s last over, three boundaries and a missed run out chance by Wriddhiman Saha. Watson was the batsmen struggling to make his ground. 1.3 overs: Out. The pitch helping spin as Ashwin strikes in his very first over as Warner (4) edges one to the slips. Australia 6 for 1. India (1st innings): 475 all out as Australia secure a 97-run lead. Kohli (147) and Rahul (110) got centuries with Ashwin down the order contributing with a crucial fifty. Australia in their first innings had declared on 572 for 7.Mohammad Shami decides to play the way he knows the best – going for the big hits. Shami scores 14 runs off Lyon’s over, which included a six and two boundaries. 158.6 overs: Out. Starc coming round the wicket creates that angle but does well to take the ball away as Aswin nicks to Haddin behind the stumps. India 456 for 9. 158.2 overs: Brilliant fifty from Ashwin off 110 balls, his fourth in Test cricket. India 456 for 8. 153.1 overs: Out. Surprise decision by the third umpire and Bhuvneshwar Kumar has to walk back for 30 caught in the slips by Watson off Lyon. In replays it looked like a bump catch. Bhuvneshwar had a stand of 65 runs with Ashwin, crucial one though. Lunch: India were 407 for 7 at lunch with Ashwin unbeaten on 33 and Bhuvneshwar on 3. Australia in the first session picked up two wickets by dismissing overnight batsmen Virat Kohli (147) and Wriddhiman Saha (35). Day 3 round-up: Virat Kohli marked his elevation to India’s captaincy by smashing his fourth century of the series on Thursday to lead the visitors to 342 for 5 after day three of the fourth Test, still trailing Australia’s total by 230 runs.Lokesh Rahul also scored his maiden century and Rohit Sharma made 53 as India moved to the brink of avoiding the follow-on. Kohli, who was appointed captain when Mahendra Singh Dhoni suddenly retired after the third Test, produced a sparkling 140 with 20 boundaries to go with his twin centuries in the first Test at Adelaide and his highest score of 169 in Melbourne’s third Test.The 26-year-old has 639 runs for the series and passed Rahul Dravid’s record of 617 runs in a series (2003-04) by an Indian batsman in Australia. Rahul, playing his second Test, earlier reached his milestone, having survived an incorrect bat-pad decision, a missed run out and a dropped catch which was partly caused by interference with a TV camera suspended above the field.advertisement
Clippers143433-49202412<1<1 Pelicans155545-37119731<1 EFFICIENCY RKCHANCE TO … Pistons148940-42191258<1<1 Warriors175163-1913>9961%49% Projections for the 2018-19 Western ConferenceEfficiency rankings and playoff probabilities for the 2018-19 Western Conference, according to FiveThirtyEight’s CARMELO model Hornets147438-44132346<1<1 As of Oct. 14, 2018 Bulls136727-5526265<1<1 EFFICIENCY RKCHANCE TO … Timberwolves155945-37521741<1 76ers161753-2912298195 The favorites: Obviously, the Warriors are big favorites to win the West for a fifth straight season, with a 61 percent chance of returning to the NBA Finals yet again. Sure, the Rockets pushed Golden State to the brink during last year’s playoffs, and they added one-time superstar Carmelo Anthony over the summer, but the Warriors still have a sizable talent edge — even after accounting for the injury time likely to be missed by prized free-agent pickup DeMarcus Cousins. Houston does headline the next tier of Western challengers, though — a group that also includes the surprising Jazz and the steady Thunder (who could be better after ditching Anthony2A classic case of addition by subtraction. and trading for Dennis Schroder). But who are we kidding? It’s the Warriors’ title to win. Again.Moving up? After improving to 46 wins last year from 40 the previous season, the Nuggets could still be on the rise in 2019 — our model calls for 50 wins in Denver. Likewise, the Lakers should be the league’s biggest gainer this year after signing some guy from Ohio over the summer. LeBron James’s new team is a strange mishmash of spare veteran parts that may not fully mesh together, but it still has an 84 percent chance of getting the franchise back to the playoffs for the first time since 2013. And despite losing Cousins, the Pelicans could end up vying for 50 wins again after snagging Julius Randle from the Lakers (particularly if Anthony Davis keeps playing like an MVP).Moving down? The West’s middle class has a few contenders to be the conference’s least-improved team: First, the Blazers appear to be headed for a regression after playing over their heads last season, flaming out in the playoffs and doing little to improve over the summer. Also, the Spurs will test Gregg Popovich’s legendary coaching acumen with a threadbare roster that was made even worse by recent injuries such as guard Dejounte Murray’s preseason ACL tear. Every year, Popovich seems to defy the doomsayers, but there are limits. And the Clippers could take a step back in a full season spent without both DeAndre Jordan and Blake Griffin. Plus we have to provisionally place the Timberwolves in this category, given the drama involving Jimmy Butler. We still project them to win 45 games after incorporating some probability3Specifically, the admittedly nebulous guess of a 50-50 chance. that Butler won’t take the floor for them, but that number would drop to 40 wins if Butler does actually leave.Lottery watch: With Mike Conley back in the lineup and a few new faces on board, the Grizzlies could be one of the most improved teams in the league — but that still probably won’t be enough to pull them into the playoff picture. (We give them a 12 percent postseason probability.) The rest of the West’s bottom-feeders are even further out of contention: The Mavericks, Suns and Kings each have less than a 4 percent chance of making the playoffs. That might change slightly if Dallas rookie Luka Doncic outplays CARMELO’s bearish projection, but most likely all three teams will be vying for the first pick in the draft, with the Kings having an edge in the race to the bottom. Grizzlies143633-49281012<1<1 Cavaliers139630-52212711<1<1 Pacers152043-391613772<1 Kings133023-592429<1<1<1 The NBA is back in action this week, which means it’s time to fire up our NBA predictions again and see what the league’s future might hold. You may be surprised to learn that the 2018-19 Golden State Warriors and Houston Rockets look good on paper, while the New York Knicks and Sacramento Kings … don’t.OK, so that’s not really surprising at all. But in the vast space between the favorites and bottom-feeders, there are still some interesting storylines and players to watch. And we’ll be bringing you a new way to follow those developments all season long after a tweak to the way we make predictions this year. Scroll down to the bottom if you want the full details, but in a nutshell, our interactive page now contains two projection options: pure Elo and CARMELO.1Better known as the Career-Arc Regression Model Estimator with Local Optimization. The former is well-known to FiveThirtyEight readers — it’s the simple version that appears on our franchise history pages — but the latter is more complex, using team depth charts and constantly updating player ratings to track just how much talent is on each team (after accounting for trades, injuries and disgruntled teammates).Let’s tip things off with a look at our preseason CARMELO projections for each conference, starting with the dominant West: Hawks137328-5430176<1<1 Jazz163655-271419884 Trail Blazers150139-43151834<1<1 Projections for the 2018-19 Eastern ConferenceEfficiency rankings and playoff probabilities for the 2018-19 Eastern Conference, according to FiveThirtyEight’s CARMELO model Spurs147237-45171925<1<1 TEAMCARMELOPROJ. RECORDOFF.DEF.MAKE PLAYOFFSMake finalsWIN TITLE Mavericks138928-5429203<1<1 Celtics163354-286599269 Thunder162553-29479574 Wizards156948-3410119292 MethodologyFor those seeking more details on our new model, welcome! We haven’t changed much as it pertains to these preseason forecasts — they’re still based on our CARMELO projections for each player, combined with depth charts for every team, and we still factor in playoff experience in our simulations for the postseason. The real change will come once the season begins, at which time we will begin updating player talent ratings on the fly during the campaign.Those ratings will be based on 2018-19 Box Plus/Minus and Real Plus-Minus numbers as they are released by Basketball-Reference.com and ESPN, respectively. Starting with a given weight assigned to our preseason CARMELO offensive and defensive plus-minus ratings,4Based on how much of a sample size went into the ratings — so rookies get less weight on their prior ratings. we mix in current-season performance in proportion with a player’s 2018-19 playing time to generate new ratings that balance between our preseason projections and a player’s in-season performance.Those numbers will feed into our depth charts to fuel each team’s CARMELO rating, a best guess at the amount of talent on the roster at a given moment. At first, these will use preseason playing-time estimates except in the cases of major injuries and trades; we’re still tinkering with how to handle smaller transactions and changes in expected minutes during the season. (Stay tuned for updates about subsequent versions of this new model!) Then we use those ratings within an Elo-like framework to simulate out the rest of the season and playoffs.5Like we do in our other models, we run these simulations “hot,” meaning the ratings change with each simulated game going forward to reflect the variance in how a team’s season could potentially play out.All of this means that we are retiring our old friend the “CARM-Elo” rating, which was always an uneasy compromise between basic Elo and a more complicated depth chart-based system. You might be wondering why we’re making this change; the rationale lies with how our in-season projections have handled dominant superteams like the Warriors, who have effectively rendered the regular season meaningless.6Or, at least, even more meaningless than usual. It’s not as though the NBA regular season was ever the most consequential affair. While our preseason forecasts usually perform quite well in various prediction contests,7Except for that one year when we didn’t use Real Plus-Minus in CARMELO — but we don’t talk about that. ;) our in-season updating process was flawed for a number of reasons: We accounted for injuries and trades only indirectly (through game results), and those game results could also be highly misleading, particularly down the stretch as powerhouse teams rested players — or simply coasted to reserve energy for the playoffs. Our new CARMELO system, then, will update in an almost opposite way: It will pick up on team performance indirectly (as players’ individual numbers rise or fall) but will be grounded in who is on each team — and how good our algorithm thinks they are.As for our pure Elo forecast, it’s based on a two-track Elo system, in which each team simultaneously maintains a faster-moving “regular-season Elo” and a slower-moving “playoff Elo.” A team’s playoff Elo tends to reduce the effect of late-season wins and losses, and we’ve found it to be a bit more predictive of playoff success historically.You can find both systems on our 2018-19 NBA predictions page, with CARMELO as the default. (But you can toggle between the two.) Because it addresses many of the old method’s shortcomings, we think our new CARMELO system will improve predictions and give you a better glimpse into what’s going on in the NBA. If you’ve made it this far, thanks for reading, and we look forward to spending another basketball season with you. TEAMCARMELOPROJ. RECORDOFF.DEF.MAKE PLAYOFFSMake finalsWIN TITLE Magic142232-50251519<1<1 Suns136126-5622301<1<1 Heat150341-41236652<1 Nets145536-46182234<1<1 Nuggets158750-323259131 Bucks155547-35916886<1 Knicks132623-5927281<1<1 Raptors165556-2674>9934%12% Lakers158248-348148431 As of Oct. 14, 2018 The favorites: A season after battling for the East’s top record — then promptly being demolished by the Cavs in the playoffs — the Raptors are back atop the conference’s projected pecking order. Who knows whether Kawhi Leonard will stay in Toronto beyond 2019, but for now, he makes the Raps (who, by the way, won’t have LeBron around in the conference playoffs to torment them anymore) favorites to advance to their first-ever NBA Final. Of course, the Celtics will have something to say about that with Gordon Hayward and Kyrie Irving returning from injury, and they’ve had a tendency to outperform these kinds of projections under coach Brad Stevens anyway. And the Sixers are hoping to put a chaotic offseason behind them, building on last year’s breakout with more stellar play from Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid. Our model doesn’t expect much from former No. 1 pick Markelle Fultz, so anything he provides could give Philly extra upside.Moving up? The Bucks are a perennial pick to make “The Leap” behind MVP candidate Giannis Antetokounmpo, though they haven’t quite put it all together yet. Our model still has faith; it calls for an improved record in Milwaukee — and an outside chance at an NBA Finals berth. Similarly, the Wizards always tantalize with potential before finding ways to disappoint, but better health from John Wall and, yes, the upgrade from Marcin Gortat to Dwight Howard (who still brings defensive value) has our model optimistic about Washington’s chances. Finally, the Hornets are looking to bounce back from two straight nightmarish 36-win campaigns, and they have the talent to at least challenge for a .500 record and a playoff berth in 2019.Moving down? No team will fall harder in 2019 than the Cavaliers, who may belong in the lottery conversation below after losing LeBron James again via free agency. Despite what Tristan Thompson thinks, don’t expect a fifth-straight Finals appearance for the Cavs, or anything close to it. The Pacers and Heat, two feel-good surprise teams from a season ago, could also see a drop-off: Miami mostly stood pat with a roster that was scarcely better than league average, while Indiana’s acquisition of FiveThirtyEight favorite Tyreke Evans might not be enough to offset the regression due for a team that probably overachieved last year. Lastly, the Pistons aren’t projected to get any better, and that alone is bad news for a team that missed the playoffs last year despite going all-in on a midseason trade for Griffin. We give Detroit a bit above a coin-flip’s shot at the postseason but little chance to do any damage once there.Lottery watch: The bottom of the East is a disaster zone. A couple of bad teams from 2018 (the Nets and Magic) are slowly moving more toward respectability — if not playoff contention — but the Hawks, Bulls and Knicks figure to be among the league’s worst yet again. New York in particular has the worst CARMELO rating in the NBA, after accounting for the fact that Kristaps Porzingis might play only minimally this season (if at all). After potentially missing the playoffs for a sixth straight season, the best the Knicks can hope for might be a return to the days of frozen envelopes in the draft lottery. Rockets166256-262898159
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, November 16, 2016 – This morning at the PDM Headquarters, Leader Sharlene Robinson speaks to the PDM plan to create jobs and improve infrastructure called ‘our Stimulus Package’ and reiterated some ideas on a 12 point plan to fend off incidents of crime.Says the PDM will push for an investigation of the health care system and will review the medical care referral plan and will fix the issues at NHIP. Satellite TCICC campuses, technical and vocational school plus an office on each family island to deal locally with labour issues. A ‘spine link highway’ to connect North Caicos to Provo was announced.Flanked by Deputy Leader, Sean Astwood and Party Chairman, Douglas Parnell, Mrs. Robinson said the ideas for Public Sector will come next week and assured that this Friday a full 15 will be nominated for the PDM. Nearly 30 Haitians caught following illegal landing in Nassau, says Defence Force Recommended for you TCI Premier blasts Opposition side for “slop” information, sets it straight in HOA Related Items:#itstimeforachange, #MagneticNewsMedia, #PDMonthemove Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Bahamas Police Commissioner Greenslade gone to UK, appointed as High Commissioner