British sailors trial adjourned after Crown decides against calling witness

first_imgHALIFAX – The trial of a British sailor accused of sexually assaulting a young woman in the barracks of a Halifax-area military base was adjourned Friday until next week.The Crown told Justice Patrick Duncan it had intended to call a toxicologist to the stand at Darren Smalley’s trial, but decided against calling the witness.Crown lawyer Eric Taylor indicated that military police Sgt. Tyler Bruce-Hayes, who testified earlier in the trial, is expected to take the stand again when the trial resumes on Tuesday in Nova Scotia Supreme Court.Bruce-Hayes has yet to be cross-examined by the defence because of delays at the outset of the trial due to the hospitalization of a co-accused, British sailor Simon Radford, for a serious infection. The Crown has stayed charges against Radford, but they can be reinstituted within a year.The 38-year-old Smalley is charged with sexual assault causing bodily harm and participating in a sexual assault involving one or more people in the barracks of 12 Wing Shearwater in April 2015.The case once involved a total of four accused, but charges against two other sailors were dropped.The complainant has testified that she was gang raped by at least three men.On Thursday, the sexual assault nurse who examined the complainant after the alleged incident testified she found a number of bruises and injuries on the woman.Paula Nickerson testified there were certain injuries on the woman’s genitals that surprised her because they were not injuries she had commonly found on sexual assault complainants.She said the amount and variety of the injuries made it one of the more “significant” cases she handled during her eight years as a sexual assault nurse.The trial also heard from a forensic DNA specialist from an RCMP lab in Ottawa on Thursday.Florence Celestin said human semen was discovered on the complainant’s underwear, and two DNA profiles were discovered on the underwear: the complainant’s and a male.She testified the DNA profile of the male matched a DNA profile taken from the one of the four suspects originally charged in the case.She did not name the suspect, but defence lawyer Ian Hutchison noted that it was his client’s DNA profile.Celestin conceded to Hutchinson that the DNA could have been transferred from elsewhere, such as sheets, a blanket or chair.The British sailors were in the Halifax area participating in a naval hockey tournament.The complainant was at the barracks on the night in question because her friend had invited her on a double date after meeting a British sailor on Tinder.Follow (at)AlyThomson on Twitter.last_img read more

Video shows Tamil girl shot in UK

British police have released the CCTV video of a shooting incident at a British store last year in which a Tamil girl was shot and is now paralyzed for life.Thusha Kamaleswaran was left paralysed by a bullet fired by 21-year-old Nathaniel Grant as she danced in a grocery store aisle in front of her parents. Grant and his accomplices Anthony McCalla, 20, and Kazeem Kolawole, 19, this week faced long jail sentences after a jury at the Old Bailey unanimously convicted them of causing grievous bodily harm. Roshan Selvakumar, 35, who lived upstairs and was buying groceries, was hit in the face by the second shot, but miraculously escaped serious injury – though he still has part of the bullet lodged in his skull.Mrs Kamaleswaran said her daughter’s dreams of becoming a singer and dancer had been shattered. Senior barristers said the graphic CCTV footage of the moment she was shot contained some of the most heart-breaking evidence ever seen in a British courtroom. Thusha’s mother Sharmila Kamaleswaran broke down in tears and was comforted by her husband as she saw it for the first time at the start of the Old Bailey trial.But she bravely told police the footage should be released to reveal the full horror of the crime. CCTV video and full story: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2120557/Thusha-Kamaleswaran-shooting-Why-gunmen-bars.html read more

Lankan fishermen in Myanmar set free

The Government of Sri Lanka has secured the release of 17 Sri Lankan fishermen, as well as their 03 boats which had been detained by the Myanmar authorities for allegedly poaching in the territorial waters of Myanmar in October 2014, the Foreign Ministry said today.The cases filed at the Kyauk Phyu Township Criminal Court of Myanmar against the 17 Sri Lankans were withdrawn by the Departments of Fisheries and Immigration on the directive of President Thein Sein of Myanmar, upon the request of the Government of Sri Lanka. Foreign Minister Mangala Samaraweera had given a special directive to the Sri Lanka Embassy in Myanmar to intervene with the authorities concerned, in order to take speedy action to secure the release of the crew members who had been detained in Myanmar for a prolonged period. A delegation comprising the Director General of Consular Affairs of the Ministry and the Deputy Director (Technical) of the Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources visited Myanmar recently on the instructions of Deputy Foreign Minister, Ajith P. Perera and held wide ranging meetings with the relevant political authorities and officials including, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Director General of the Union Attorney General’s Department of Myanmar. The Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Myanmar informed the visiting delegation that President Thein Sein had given a special Presidential directive to the relevant Union Ministers to release the Sri Lankan fishermen and vessels, taking into consideration, the longstanding historical and friendly relations between Sri Lanka and Myanmar.The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in collaboration with the Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources and the Sri Lankan Embassy in Myanmar are expediting the immigration formalities to repatriate the released Sri Lankan fishermen at the earliest. read more

Staff member uses Special Collections and Archives to find War of 1812

Pat Miller investigated the Miller family genealogy and found a War of 1812 veteran.Pat Miller is related to someone who fought in the War of 1812, and she has two years worth of detective work to prove it.The executive assistant to the Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics and Science has spent countless hours in museums and libraries to show that her husband, Edmund Miller, is related to Hippolyte Brissette, a “voltigeur” from Quebec who fought for the British in the war against the U.S. Her search even included a resource close to home – Brock’s Special Collections and Archives.The result has been a fascinating journey through history. Miller began the project for her husband, who was adopted by a relative as a child and felt the need to know more about his history, Miller said.“I wanted to help him understand his heritage.”Miller’s interest was piqued about 10 years ago when her mother-in-law talked in broad terms about her family history in a kitchen table conversation. Miller grabbed a piece of paper and sketched out a rough family tree. It was further piqued during a vacation to Port Severn when they visited the welcome centre, which was called the Brissette House after her husband’s family. That led to travels through cemeteries museums and libraries in Penetenguishene, Midland and Victoria Harbour.Hippolyte Brissette is Miller’s husband’s great-great-grandfather. He was born in Varennes, Quebec in 1796, making him 16 at the start of the War of 1812. After the war, he spent 20 years working for the Hudson’s Bay company as a carpenter and “middleman” in the canoe. Miller speculates that he worked as an interpreter in the canoe. He married an Aboriginal woman (possibly Cree) named Archange L’Hirondelle. Miller has found 10 children on record, but has seen hints that it could be more like 13 to 15.Records show that Brissette lived to be 89, dying in Victoria Harbour in 1885. He lived a hearty life. When he was 80, a photographer saw him carrying sacks of potatoes and carrots through town and took a portrait of him, which became known as “The Old Voyageur.” The final link connecting Brissette to the War of 1812 came from Special Collections and Archives. Miller found the document “Canadian Veterans of War in 1812,” which showed that Brissette was finally paid – in his eighties – $20 by the Canadian government for his work in the war.Brock’s library is a great starting point for any kind of War of 1812 research, said David Sharron, head of Special Collections and Archives. There are a number of primary and secondary resources.“With some work and a bit of luck, one may find reference to an ancestor who participated in the War of 1812 among the correspondence, lists, newspapers, transcripts, notes and books we have.”Miller submitted her findings to the Ontario Genealogical Society to get the certificate showing her husband’s relation to the War of 1812 veteran. More work remains, including finding Brissette’s grave site in Penetenguishene and official documentation of Hippolyte’s parents through great grandparents believed to have settled in Quebec from France in the 1600s,.Successful or not, Miller has been bitten by the genealogy bug. “Now I think I’ll work on my side of the family.”She suspects there are many others in the Brock community with ties to the War of 1812. The investigation is fun and rewarding, she said.“I would encourage anyone to do this. It’s like a giant puzzle. You get stumped in one corner and then when you approach it from a different angle it somehow comes together.”The 1812 materials in Special Collections and Archives are available to everyone, Sharron said. The search can begin online by looking at the Library catalogue. read more

Applications open to determine patronage of four new primary schools

first_imgPATRON BODIES CAN apply for the patronage of four new primary schools from today.The four schools that are due to be established in September 2014 will be located in Midleton, Co Cork; Swords, Dublin Fingal; Sandymount/Ringsend, Dublin south; and Galway city west (Knocknacarra).The new school in Galway city west had previously been announced as an Irish language school which was due to open this September. Due to its patronage remaining undecided, however, the selection process for the school will now be re-run.The four primary schools are part of the 20 primary and 20 post-primary schools that are set to be established between now and 2017.Announcing today’s invite for applications, Minister for Education Ruairí Quinn said that parental demand would be in a key issue in determining who would be awarded patronage.Criteria for patronageThe criteria to be considered in deciding on patronage includes the following:The patronage of the already established schools in a particular area and their potential for future growth.The extent or range of diversity of patronage offered across existing schools in the identified area, having regard to the views of parents.The proximity of schools of a similar ethos to those proposed by the applicant patrons.The way in which the proposed school would aim to extend or strengthen diversity within each area, having regard to the views of parents.Parental demand for the school that a patron is willing to establish.The extent to which schools of similar patronage in the area have already been expanded.In areas to be served by a single school, the extent to which the needs of all pupils in the area can be met by the school.Read: Primary schools in 23 towns to change patronage following survey >last_img read more

Intels Ivy Bridge chipset in 2012 will support both Thunderbolt and USB

first_imgYesterday, Intel confirmed that despite their fancy new Thunderbolt standard, which is capable of pumping out up to 10Gbps of bi-directional data through a single port, their future chipsets would also natively support USB 3.0. This will start in 2012.Obviously, it’s not like Intel machines didn’t support USB 3.0 before now. It’s a simple enough matter to find an Intel machine packing a USB 3.0 port or two, however USB 3.0 has generally been enabled by third-party motherboard manufacturers. Throughout the majority of 2010 and 2011, Intel focused on the development of the Light Peak standard that eventually became Thunderbolt, ignoring USB 3.0 almost entirely except for desktop motherboards powered by an NEC chip.Now that Thunderbolt is out the door, though, Intel seems ready to embrace USB 3.0 at a native level. In fact, Intel is telling hardware makers that the USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt standards are complementary and advising that they support both standards according to the needs of the device.Although USB 3.0 doesn’t have the same sheer throughput as Thunderbolt’s 10Gbps, the spec still supports speeds of up to 4.8Gbps, which is ten times faster than USB 2.0.The first Intel chipset that will support USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt natively will be called Ivy Bridge, and these chipsets will be available in the first quarter of 2012.That’s interesting timing, as an early year debut of Ivy Bridge hovers right around the time that people expect the next MacBook Pro refresh. The 2011 MacBook Pro was the first machine to support Thunderbolt, but came with no USB 3.0 ports, as Apple has stated publicly that they are waiting for Intel to support the standard. It looks like 2012’s Macs will be the first Macs to support USB 3.0 out of the box. About time.via CNetlast_img read more

Dropbox security glitch meant any password worked yesterday

first_imgIt looks as though yesterday Dropbox performed a bit of a security snafu by allowing anyone to login to any account using any password they liked.A thread detailing what happened has appeared saved on Pastebin as posted by Christopher Soghoian, a Ph.D Candidate in the School of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University. He was contacted by a friend who noticed while updating his Dropbox password that he could indeed use any password.AdChoices广告Finding this security issue seems to have been a complete fluke. Soghoian’s friend updated his password and then “fat-fingered an extra character” but it still logged him in. After further confirming the issue on his own account, he proceeded to test it on two of his friend’s accounts using one character passwords. They both worked and allowed him access to the accounts.Being more than a little concerned about what he’d just achieved, Soghoian’s friend contacted Dropbox support and detailed the problem he had encountered. Sure enough he got a response from Arash Ferdowsi, Dropbox Founder and CTO. First Arash asked him to try and login again using any password. When it was confirmed he could not, Arash sent another response that may surprise anyone with a Dropbox account:There was a very brief glitch and this should never happen/be possible again. Thanks for the email.Based on the timestamps listed in the email thread this brief glitch was available to take advantage of from 5:10pm to 5:59pm (PDT) at the very least. It was definitely fixed by 6:06pm when Soghoian’s friend confirmed he couldn’t login with any password anymore. What we don’t know is how long it was active before this guy discovered it.What we’d like to know is how a glitch can remove the password checking system for Dropbox? Also, how is it a user was left to notice such a “feature” had been turned on?Luckily for Dropbox, it doesn’t seem to have caused any major issues mainly because no one noticed and the person who found it contacted Dropbox support immediately.via Pastebinlast_img read more

How one of Irelands most southerly towns has fought back against the

first_imgHow one of Ireland’s most southerly towns has fought back against the city brain drain After years of seeing many of its brightest leave in their droves, Skibbereen is bouncing back. By Fora Staff 32,195 Views Read: The boss of Aer Lingus warns Reykjavik could steal transatlantic traffic from DublinRead: ‘When I started out, everyone said “no, you’ll be getting married” or “we don’t have ladies toilets”‘ Sunday 15 Jan 2017, 8:00 PM 14 Comments Get Fora’s NEW daily digest of the morning’s key business news: Share777 Tweet Email10 http://jrnl.ie/3188233 Jan 15th 2017, 8:00 PM Short URL “Skibbereen was overlooked in terms of investment. The nearest towns would be Clonakilty or Bantry, which both had significantly more investment in terms of innovation parks and research centres.”However in recent years, a new arts centre has been opened, flood relief work has started and a secondary school has been added in the area, while several export-oriented businesses based in the town are on hiring drives. Source: Emma JervisWest Cork allureWord has even spread internationally about the Skibbereen story, with the town attracting overseas entrepreneurs keen to run their businesses from the semi-rural setting.One man moved to the area after he saw a newspaper article about the town’s rejuvenation effort, while others have come from countries like the US and South Africa to set up shop in the Ludgate Hub.Chris Mason relocated from Los Angeles to Skibbereen to run his online ad agency, and he says one of the main draws was having a social working environment where he could be among other entrepreneurs.“I could get that in LA, but we want to be in west Cork. In order for me to still work, I need a certain kind of work environment, and the Ludgate Hub is perfect. The startup scene is definitely happening in LA, but this is a place where I would rather be.”The town’s low cost-of-living, compared to that in Dublin or other major cities, is also a significant attraction for people looking to expand a business.“West Cork isn’t the cheapest place to live, but compared to LA it costs quite a bit less,” Mason adds.“It’s also got a much more laid-back atmosphere. People look at LA as a laid-back surfer town, but it is very much all go.”According to Kevin Buckley, the head of Spearline Labs, the way of life isn’t the only thing attracting talent to the area.His tech company has been in the town since 2003, working with several Fortune 500 companies, including Google, and he has found many people choosing Skibbereen for their careers, rather than just to put their feet up.“It’s the calibre of companies down here that is attracting people. Our last three hires have come from Cork city because of the work we’re doing. One has an MBA and another has a PhD,” he says.“That isn’t for a simpler life, those are people with strong careers who want to keep going.” Kevin Buckley, CEO of Spearline LabsAchieve the same However, it’s not just tech companies that are driving the mini-jobs boom in Skibbereen. West Cork Distillers recently opened a new €2.5 million facility outside the town and has been busy recruiting new staff.John O’Connell, the distillery’s co-founder, says the town previously suffered from the ‘brain drain’ effect, but it has plenty of local talent to fill new roles.“Having a lot of people with strong agricultural backgrounds around us has been very good. A good farmer is also a good welder, a good plumber, a good carpenter – generally a farmer has to do a bit of everything,” he says.“So we’ve brought in people that may not be trained distillers, but they have embraced the work very well.”O’Connell, whose business has already applied for planning permission to extend the Skibbereen facility, says people called him “crazy” when he moved there in 2013 from another small town – but that location isn’t a major obstacle in his eyes.Buckley is of the same mind. Even when broadband was poor or non-existent, he saw the town as being as good a place as any to set up a tech company.But he says that since Siro, a joint venture between the ESB and Vodafone, rolled out high-speed broadband for homes and businesses in the area, it has become even more attractive for new companies.“Technology can always be done from anywhere. Maybe it was a little bit trickier back in 2003, but since we’re a 1 gigabyte town now, we’re the same as Tokyo, Singapore and Silicon Valley.” The Ludgate Hub Source: Emma JervisTown-wide effectWith the town’s main street fully occupied, locals have started converting other, previously unused spaces – like lots above shopfronts – for use as apartments and amenities like gyms.There’s now a palpable buzz in the town each morning, according to Dwyer, with coffee shops opening early for tech workers to grab a caffeine hit on the way to the office.By her count, 26 towns have been in touch about attracting businesses and investment after hearing about Skibbereen’s success.She says towns need to get creative with empty buildings; in the case of Skibbereen, the Ludgate Hub was only affordable to develop because the disused complex was donated by local supermarket owner John Fields. Gráinne Dwyer, CEO of The Ludgate Hub Source: Emma Jervis“I also say to all the towns and the villages that each area has a notable CEO from somewhere, whether they’re in Ireland or internationally. Everybody has their roots in their hometown and they will always help to develop it if they can.”In the case of the Ludgate Hub, several business leaders, including Glen Dimplex head Sean O’Driscoll and Vodafone Ireland chief executive Anne O’Leary, lent their support to the project. A second co-working space for the town is now being considered.“What you need is one or two strong leaders in the community to create a bit of momentum,” Dwyer says.“Once you have those people on board, the rest of the business partners will form a line.”Written by Killian Woods and posted on Fora.ie Take me to Fora WHILE IRELAND’S CITIES jostle for foreign investment and to claim bragging rights as startup hubs, one of the country’s most southerly towns is quietly carving itself a slice of the pie.Over the past two years, Skibbereen, population around 2,000, has been forging a reputation as the ‘tech capital of rural Ireland’ with a scheme to bring 500 jobs to the west Cork town.Last year, the opening of the Ludgate Hub co-working space was a significant step in that development, which has been fuelled with around €1 million in investment from business people with local connections, and other interested parties.“We were always seen as the underdog as the most southerly town,” says Gráinne Dwyer, the hub’s chief executive. 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Tower Plaza shifts from mall to offices to services

first_imgTown Plaza, formerly known as Tower Mall, has undergone an evolution since its time as a retail center in the 1970s. Today, the largest tenant at 5411 E. Mill Plain Blvd. is Bethesda church.Built in 1970, Tower Mall was touted as Clark County’s first enclosed, air-conditioned shopping center. It was anchored by Safeway. Other retailers such as Cecil’s Barber Shop opened in 1971. Tower Mall for many years boasted an old-fashioned steakhouse and cocktail lounge, Diamond Jim’s.“But within five years, construction of the $50 million Vancouver Mall as a giant regional shopping center near Interstate 205 had the 29 merchants at the smaller mall worried. And they were right to be concerned,” retired Columbian Business Editor Julia Anderson wrote in a story published Feb. 25, 2002.The mall was too small and didn’t quite have the right location to attract larger retail tenants. Overbuilding in the 1980s, poor locations and changing shopping habits were blamed for the demise of shopping malls. Over the years many older properties around the country, such as Tower Mall, were converted to other uses.When government agencies started occupying spaces at 5411 E. Mill Plain Blvd., the building attracted fewer walk-in customers.A $6 million renovation completed in 2003 transformed the building from retail to office space, or a “professional business center,” as the sign says outside.Many of the public agencies have since moved out. The state Department of Licensing office was at the plaza for roughly three decades before it closed, reopening on Northeast 136th Avenue next to the state’s vehicle emissions testing station. In 2002, Clark County’s two welfare offices merged and opened in the newly refurbished Town Plaza. However, the state Department of Social and Health Services then had a new office building constructed in 2014 on Northeast 136th Avenue and moved out of Town Plaza.last_img read more

Callum Wilson is definitely worth £50m and would make Chelsea better

first_imgEx England footballer Dion Dublin claims Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson is “definitely worth” £50m and would make Chelsea a better side if signed.The 26-year-old Wilson has netted nine league goals this season for his club but with several reports linking him for transfer to Stamford Bridge, football pundit believes he is good enough to play for Chelsea.Speaking to BBC radio, Dublin, when asked if Wilson’s rumoured move to The Blues is good, said:“Yes, he is.”Premier LeaguePremier 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…On the other hand, Blues striker Alvaro Morata wants to leave Chelsea as he has nodded for a switch to Sevilla, according to Guillem Balague as quoted by BBC.“Morata wants to leave Chelsea, it has not been the right club for him.“The style does not suit him and he will go back. He has said yes to Sevilla but 24 hours later Atletico Madrid said they are interested as well. Nothing has been signed.“Chelsea will let him go on loan because that is the only situation in which both Sevilla and Atletico will have him, and they will have to pay at least half of his 9m euro (£8.12m) wages until the end of the season.”last_img read more

UPDATE 400 Inmates Are Now Quarantined At Harris County Jail Because Of

first_img Share Florian Martin/Houston Public MediaThe Harris County jail, in downtown Houston.The number of quarantined inmates at the Harris County jail has increased in one week because of a mumps outbreak, a spokesman for the Houston Health Department told News 88.7 on Friday. Currently, there are approximately 400 quarantined inmates, while the number was 300 as of Thursday, June 13.Porfirio Villarreal said the number of confirmed mumps cases is still seven, six inmates and one jail staffer were diagnosed. Another eight people are being monitored for potential infection. That’s one more than what Dr. David Persse, Houston’s EMS medical director, reported last week.Jail medical staff first recognized an inmate with mumps symptoms in mid-May.Last week, Persse said his department is concerned about the outbreak because there can be serious complications in a small percentage of patients, including swelling and damage of reproductive organs, as well as inflammation of the brain. Mumps can also be dangerous for pregnant women.Mumps symptoms include fever, headache, muscle aches, loss of appetite and swollen glands under the ears or jaw. An infected person can spread mumps by coughing or sneezing.The MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine offers safe and long-lasting protection against mumps. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends children receive two dose of MMR vaccine, the first dose at 12 through 15 months of age and the second dose at 4 through 6 years of age.EDITOR’s NOTE: Based on information provided by the Houston Health Department on Friday, June 21, the original version of this story reported there were 600 inmates under quarantine. A spokesman for the department told News 88.7 on Monday, June 24, the current number of quarantined inmates is 414, but jail staffers have made plans for housing 600 inmates that could be placed under quarantine.last_img read more

Browse digital media by flipping through a book

first_imgBook browser prototype: (a) Front cover. (b) Pages. (c) Electronics hidden in back cover. (d) Close-up of electronics. Credit: Watanabe. ©2007 IEEE. Explore further “I first started thinking about ‘future radio,’ and the possibility of mapping every radio station to the pages of a book,” Watanabe told PhysOrg.com. “Listening to radio like reading a book was the initial idea or concept.”With Watanabe’s book, users can search and access content such as TV channels, digital radio stations, bookmarked Web sites, as well as photo, audio or movie files stored on a hard drive. While current search methods—such as multiple clicking or pressing buttons, graphical user interfaces, and excessive scrolling—can handle smaller amounts of data, they become more complex and time-consuming as the data increases. Books, on the other hand, are interactive, can contain large amounts of information—and don’t crash.“The main audience for this type of device is people who aren’t into technology,” Watanabe said. “I wanted to develop a UI [user interface] which does not change people’s natural, traditional behavior, like turning over the pages.”In this design, 0.8-mm-thick light dependant resistors (LDRs), which measure brightness, are attached to each page and the front and back covers. A peripheral interface controller (PIC) hidden in the back cover senses what page the book is open to (or if it’s closed) from the LDRs, and uses Bluetooth to wirelessly send the state of the book to the target device (e.g. TV or PC). The different states of the book have straightforward meanings: opening the book turns the device on, closing the book turns it off; turning the pages switches pre-set content (such as TV channels); and turning the book upside down mutes the device. Users can operate the book anywhere within about 15 feet from the target device.Watanabe has already used the device for several applications, including a TV remote control. To connect the remote control to the book, Watanabe “hacked” the remote using a PIC and relays, allowing him to switch the buttons on the remote by operating the book. He did the same thing with a digital radio control, digital photo viewer, and bookmarked Web sites.In the future, Watanabe plans to research how electronic paper might be used in the book. Electronic paper could enable even more options, while providing color images and flexible pages. For example, Watanabe hopes to prototype functions such as play, pause, rewind, etc. Also, the content is currently manually pre-set, and Watanabe plans to develop software to make this work easier.As simple and straightforward as the book browser is, the device also extends to the deeper modern concept of bridging the gap between the paper and electronic worlds.“I think paper gives a new interface to the digital world,” Watanabe said. “This bridging will fill the gap between people who aren’t into technology and the digital world.”Citation: Watanabe, Jun-ichiro. “A Device for Easily Browsing Various Content Using the Metaphor of Reading Poetry.” IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics, Vol. 53, No. 1, February 2007.Copyright 2007 PhysOrg.com. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or part without the express written permission of PhysOrg.com. Japan rapid scanning system can digitise book in one minute (w/ Video) As the amount of information on the Internet, TV and radio continues to increase, one of the challenges users face is how to quickly find what they’re looking for. As Jun-ichiro Watanabe of Hitachi Ltd. researched this question, he thought what could be a simpler, large-capacity, and more intuitive browser than an old-fashioned book? Citation: Browse digital media by flipping through a book (2007, April 25) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2007-04-browse-digital-media-flipping.html 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.last_img read more

Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires

first_img Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Arizona Cardinals’ defensive back Tyrann Mathieu entered the offseason hoping for two things: full recovery from his torn ACL and a new contract.It seems Mathieu may be closer to suiting up than inking a new deal.“Mathieu says ‘sure I’m one of the top defensive players in the league and I want to be paid accordingly‘, so to be paid as one of the top defensive back he’s probably asking for about $13 or $14 million,” ESPN NFL Insider John Clayton told Doug and Wolf on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM Friday. “I’m sure the team will go over $10 million. Harrison Smith ended up getting $10.25 million and that’s only $250,000, as a safety, over what Earl Thomas got. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Your browser does not support the audio element. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Tyrann Mathieu during Arizona Cardinals minicamp. LISTEN: John Clayton, ESPN NFL insider 0 Comments   Share   “My guess is, I have no doubt the Cardinals will offer more than $10 million, but I don’t think they’re close to the number Mathieu is asking for.”Rumors started circulating on May 16 regarding Mathieu’s possible contract extension when NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported that Mathieu and the Cardinals were deep in negotiations. ‘The Honey Badger’ himself stated he felt they were close on reaching a deal.Nearly a month later, no new developments have surfaced.“I get the feeling its kind of went into a later state with what happened with Earl Thomas in Seattle,” Clayton added. “Thomas was doing the same thing. They put a deadline on him in May of that year in 2013 and he ended up being the highest-paid safety.”Mathieu is on the final year of his four-year, $3.05 million rookie contract. Top Stories Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

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