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first_img ‘Star Trek: Picard’ Teases Troubled Patrick StewartHow Designers Achieved the Sci-Fi Sound Magic of ‘The Orville’ Stay on target Something kind of amazing happened in the last year. They started making new Star Trek television. It was really good too, though it was a little short. That’s probably the biggest downside. It got us craving new Star Trek again, and we all have a while to wait until we get our fix. The other problem many people had with Star Trek: Discovery was its Klingon scenes. The Klingons spoke very slowly, partially to give the scenes a sense of gravitas, but also to make sure the subtitles didn’t lose anybody. You know what would make those Klingon scenes, no matter how slow they spoke? If you spoke Klingon. You’d be so busy appreciating the nuance of each Klingon’s speech; you wouldn’t even notice that the pace of the episode ground to a halt.Besides, with all the new Star Trek and Trek-like series coming out, chances are you’re falling deeper into the fandom. We all know where that road leads: Learning Klingon. It’s the ultimate Trekkie move, and if they keep putting out good Trek TV, we’re all going to at least dabble in the language anyway. Good news on that front, there’s now a Duolingo course that will teach you Klingon. Playing with language on Duolingo is a ton of fun, even if you don’t stick with it. If you do though, you’ll finally be able to hang out with the cool kids at the next Trek convention.The lesson itself looks like any other Duolingo lesson. It starts you off with some basic words, and once you’re comfortable with those, gets you into sentences. You’ll start out with simple ones like “tln Duj” (The ship is big). Soon, you’ll be able to say things like “nuqneH? yIjatlh!” (What do you want? Speak), and “Qapla’ batlh je!” (Success and Honor!). That last one is more useful than you’d think.via DuolingoWhen I heard they were doing this, as much fun as I have with the app, I was more interested in Klingon as a language. How it was created, and how it’s evolved and changed over the years. One of the creators of the course, Felix Malmenbeck, took the time to answer a few questions about Klingon. You probably already know that the Klingon language made its first appearance in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock. But at that point, it wasn’t much of a language. Screenwriter Marc Okrand wrote what he needed for the dialog, and that was it.“Although the general framework was there, words, morphemes and grammatical constructions that were not needed for the film were simply not created,” Malmenbeck said in an email. “This changed when he wrote The Klingon Dictionary, where he had to describe how the language worked in more detail. Along with the second edition of that book and other works such as Klingon for the Galactic Traveler, the basics of the language have been pretty much stable for the past couple of decades.”But the thing about living languages is they have to evolve. As people speak them, they naturally change, and that has happened with Klingon. Malmenbeck says, “However, as people have started using the language more and more, speakers have started picking out what works and what doesn’t, and asked Marc Okrand to fill in the blanks. Whether it’s through new vocabulary, idiomatic expressions or grammatical constructs, or just a clarification of how a particular word or suffix is used in a certain context. You can almost think of the speakers as beta testers, constantly rooting out bugs in the language.”What’s really cool is how the language has grown outside of Star Trek. It’s had to. Before Discovery, it wasn’t spoken in any of the series all that much. “This development has largely taken place outside of Star Trek, and as such the language’s development has been dictated by people’s various careers and interests, whether it’s computer programming, knitting or geometry,” Malmenbeck said. “Star Trek: Discovery marks a sort of reconnect between Star Trek and the Klingon language; after not seeing much use throughout TNG, DS9, VOY, and ENT, the producers of Discovery have put a lot of effort into getting the language right, to the point of hiring two translators and two dialect coaches.”He says its use in Discovery, and the people they brought in to work on the Klingon scenes in that show, really demonstrate how much the language has grown since The Search for Spock. “What’s interesting is that in the meantime, Klingon has matured to the point that the language’s creator himself is not working directly with the series, but rather two students of the language. However, they have still been in touch with him to fill in a few gaps, such as making up words for ‘sarcophagus’ and ‘mummification glyph,’ he said. It’s cool to know the original creator of the language is still involved at that level, though.Whether or not you’ve learned a language before, learning Klingon could pose a bit of a challenge. When Okrand created the language, he designed it to sound as alien as possible, Malmenbeck said. He was influenced by what he knew about Earth languages, it would be impossible not to be, but he tried to steer away from any similarities to known languages whenever he noticed them cropping up. As a result, Malmenbeck says, people compare the Klingon language to a number of different Earth tongues, like Russian, Turkish, Dutch, Hebrew and Mutsun. “…which is rather odd, because those languages aren’t very similar to each other,” he said. “It’s agglutinating, like Finnish, but unlike Finnish it avoids vowel clusters like the plague. It has a strict syllabic structure, like Japanese or Korean, and yet it uses an alphabet, rather than a syllabary (or logograms). It has some sounds that occur almost exclusively in Native American languages, and others that are primarily found in the Middle East.”Put that way, and you can see why people have wanted to learn this language since it made its debut. It sounds really fun to speak!Learning it will be a challenge though, and it sounds like creating a course for the alien language was difficult as well. They had to make some tweaks to Duolingo itself just to support certain aspects of Klingon. “There are a few quirks of teaching Klingon that we had to accommodate. For example, Klingon uses apostrophes in the middle of words which is not something Duolingo’s system was able to handle at first (because no other language does it). Klingon also has case sensitivity which means that a word can take on different meanings if it’s capitalized or lowercased. Luckily Duolingo already had a solution because German is similar, so we just had to implement a tweak to support Klingon in the same way,” he said.They also had to change their approach to introducing the languages to new speakers. Think back to every foreign language class you’ve ever taken. What are the first words you learned? “Hello” and “Goodbye,” right? That’s because as humans, that’s what we do. All over the world, we greet each other and say a farewell when we part. Klingons don’t do that.“The cultural differences mean that we have had to set up the course a bit differently. Normally, when learning a new language, the first things you learn are words for “Hello”, “Goodbye” and “How are you?”. Since Klingons don’t really use those expressions, preferring to get straight to the point, we have had to set up the course in a similar fashion,” he said.Because it’s so alien, they also couldn’t model it after other Duolingo courses so easily. “When the target language and source language have similar grammars, the similarities and differences become easy to illustrate through example, allowing you quite a bit of freedom regarding what vocabulary you teach,” he said. “For Klingon, basic things such as the copula (“X is Y.”) or changing the subject or object of a sentence become a bit tricky, forcing you to tackle the language’s agglutinating nature and the noun-verb duality of pronouns head-on.”“As such, it’s sometimes been a challenge figuring out which vocabulary is most suitable to illustrating various points of grammar,” Malmenbeck said.They did it though, and what they ended up with is a language course, by necessity, unlike any other. Even if you don’t become fluent in the language, it’s easy to see how fun a few lessons can be. And hey, just think how much cooler your Klingon cosplay would look if you knew a few (preferably brutal) phrases. You can start learning Klingon by going to Duolingo’s course page here.center_img Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more

Qualcomm cofounder donates 30 million for new engineering building at UC San
Yes for a Better San Diego turns in over 114000 signatures in

first_img 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The “Yes For A Better San Diego” group turned in more than 114,000 signatures to the registrar this afternoon to get its convention center expansion initiative on the November ballot.The measure will have stiff competition on a crowded ballot. The November ballot will include two other high profile measures for developing the Mission Valley site, SoccerCity and SDSU West.KUSI’s Steve Bosh has the details. Categories: Local San Diego News, Politics FacebookTwitter Steve Bosh July 9, 2018 “Yes for a Better San Diego” turns in over 114,000 signatures in support of expanding the Convention Center Posted: July 9, 2018 Steve Bosh, last_img read more

OBITUARY Deirdre Dee Sullivan Doyle 65

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Deirdre M. Doyle “Dee” (Sullivan), age 65, of Wilmington, formerly of Cambridge, passed away on May 24, 2019, following a long and courageous battle with ovarian cancer.Dee was the beloved wife of Thomas F. Doyle, devoted mother of Thomas F. Doyle, Jr. both of Wilmington, cherished daughter of the late Timothy “Eddie” and Rosemary (Lothian) Sullivan, dear sister of Timothy Sullivan of Colorado, Michael J. Sullivan & his wife Janet, Therese Ouelette and John Sullivan all of Wilmington. Best friend of Frannie Burke, Margie Gaudette, Debbie Mason, Barbara Moura and Hazel Valentino. Dee is also survived by her beloved pets Rocky and Jazzy as well as many nieces, nephews and friends.Family and friends will gather for Visiting Hours at the Nichols Funeral Home, 187 Middlesex Ave. (Rte. 62), Wilmington, on Thursday, May 30th from 4:00-8:00 p.m.A Mass of Christian Burial will take place on Friday, May 31st at 10:00 in St. Thomas of Villanova Church, 126 Middlesex Ave., Wilmington. Interment will follow in Wildwood Cemetery, Wilmington.In lieu of flowers, donation in Dee’s memory may be made to Ovarian Cancer, c/o American Cancer Society, 30 Speen St., Framingham, MA 01701.(NOTE: The above obituary is from Nichols Funeral Home.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedOBITUARY: Maureen F. (McKenna) McHugh, 80In “Obituaries”OBITUARY: Lucille C. (Enos) Gilson, 77In “Obituaries”OBITUARY: Pauline F. (Lascelles) Capps, 86In “Obituaries”last_img read more

first_imgGov. Mike Dunleavy speaks at the Alaska Miners Association convention on Nov. 8, 2018. (Photo: Wesley Early/Alaska Public Media)One of the most controversial issues Alaska’s leaders have ever had to wrestle with is the proposed Pebble Mine. The new governor is no exception.Officially, Gov. Mike Dunleavy is not taking a position on the mine, unlike his predecessor, Gov. Bill Walker, who opposed it.“So the Pebble Mine project, just like any other natural resource development project, will be subject to an established permitting process,” Gov. Dunleavy said in an emailed statement. “The outcome of this process will determine if the project meets the standards set forth in law and regulation.”But the new governor is already making moves that have encouraged the mine’s backers and worried its opponents.One of those statements was made during Dunleavy’s first major public appearance after being elected governor. He was speaking a mining conference in Anchorage, where he proclaimed that “Alaska is open for business.”The governor gave a shout out to the Red Dog mine, where all three of his daughters work. He spoke about his roots in the mining community of Scranton, Pa., which he called the “anthracite coal capital of the world.”Gov. Dunleavy also mentioned nearly every other mine or planned mine in the state by name: Donlin, Pogo, Kensington. But the name of the biggest political hot-potato of a mine ever proposed in Alaska — the Pebble Mine — didn’t leave the governor’s lips.But Pebble-watchers took note of another name Dunleavy specifically took the time to praise.“I want to recognize somebody else who is sitting here somewhere, I think. Is John here? John Shively? John Shively!” Dunleavy said, to applause.Shively is former chief executive and current chairman of the board for the Pebble Limited Partnership.Dunleavy’s call-out to Shively at the miner’s conference is one of several signals he has sent that have caught the attention of people on both sides of the Pebble debate.Take the newly appointed commissioner of the state’s department of environmental conservation, Jason Brune, who now has the power to issue key permits to the mine. From 2011 to 2014, Brune worked for Anglo American, the mining company that had partnered with Pebble until 2013.Brune has a history cheering for the controversial mine on social media. Last year, he joked in a tweet that Santa had answered his Christmas wishes when Pebble began the federal permitting process. And when the late Pebble foe Bob Gillam was rumored to be a candidate for the Trump administration’s Secretary of Interior, Brune tweeted, “God help us @realDonaldTrump, I thought we wanted to make America great again?’”In an emailed statement, Dunleavy chief of staff Tuckerman Babcock says the governor considers Brune’s time at Anglo American “a valuable asset.”“When and if such projects move to the permitting stage, his insights will greatly assist the department in determining if the Pebble Project, or any other, meets Alaska’s stringent environmental standards and protects all resources,” Babcock said.Babcock also noted Brune “has no financial interest in the Pebble Project.”Brune’s tweets remain a concern for Mark Niver with Commercial Fishermen for Bristol Bay, a group that opposes Pebble.“That’s a definite sign that the Dunleavy administration is pointing towards wanting to push that project forward,” Niver said.In the past, Dunleavy himself has aired opinions that worry Pebble’s opponents. When Anglo American exited the project in 2013, then-state senator Dunleavy wrote an op-ed lamenting the mining company’s departure and noting the thousands of jobs Pebble is projected to create.“If I am asked to make an important policy decision such as Pebble, I would base that decision on science and facts rather than rely on innuendo, mass-media advertising or political posturing,” he wrote.Dunleavy may not say he’s pro-Pebble, but Pebble is definitely pro-Dunleavy. A number of Pebble employees, including Shively and CEO Tom Collier donated to his gubernatorial campaign. The governor’s statements, then and now, are in line with what the mine’s developers want to hear.In an interview shortly after Dunleavy’s election, Collier pushed back when asked if the political winds were now blowing in Pebble’s favor.“I think the way you asked the question assumes a premise that I think is an incorrect one, and that is that this process is primarily a political process, and I don’t think it is,” Collier said.Collier’s long-held public position is that he wants the permitting process to go forward without what he sees as political interference. And because Dunleavy is echoing that message, Collier is happy.“We’re pleased to see Mike be the next governor, and we think that he will clearly let projects like ours into the permitting process and make sure that process is rigorous and thorough. And then the results will speak for themselves,” Collier said.Pebble opponents are watching the new governor and his appointees closely. But for now, some key voices against large-scale mining in Bristol Bay are reserving judgement.“I think we’re still kind of collecting our thoughts,” said Norman Van Vactor, president and CEO of the Bristol Bay Economic Development Corporation, which vehemently opposes Pebble.While Van Vactor and many other regional leaders have expressed strong criticism of the state and federal permitting process, developing a constructive relationship with Dunleavy and his staff is a priority.“I don’t want to be too judgmental because we haven’t had that opportunity to meet them in person, and I’d like to give them the benefit of the doubt,” Van Vactor said. “But, again, based upon what we’ve read and what we’ve heard, we definitely have some concerns.”Pebble will need dozens of state permits if it wants to build the mine. It hasn’t submitted for them yet. It’s not saying when it’s planning on doing that, either. But when it does, state agencies will need to make some important decisions.For example, Brune, the environmental conservation commissioner who used to work for Anglo American, could be asked to review Pebble’s application for a permit to dispose of the mine’s waste.But even if Pebble submits for state permits, the process moves quickly and the mining company gets everything it wants from the Dunleavy administration, that’s not the end of the story. Forces beyond the governor’s office will significantly influence whether the Pebble mine gets built.In addition to state and federal permits, mining within the Bristol Bay Fisheries Reserve requires legislative approval because of a public initiative that voters approved in 2014. And Pebble will need to secure permits and agreements with the Lake and Peninsula Borough and private landowners to build roads and a transportation corridor.Another key factor is that the Pebble Limited Partnership is still in need of a financial partner.Analyst Chris Mancini with Gabelli Gold Fund, which is invested in Pebble, said he views Dunleavy’s election as a positive sign for the mine’s future.But Mancini added there’s a big caveat.“What’s more important is who is going to be president when the record of decision is made, and who is going to be leading the EPA,” Mancini said.Perhaps the most significant player looming over the whole process is the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. That’s the federal agency that proposed placing restrictions on the mine under the Obama administration — restrictions Pebble says would have made the mine impossible to build.While the Trump administration reached a settlement with Pebble, allowing them to start the permitting process, the EPA will still have to decide whether or not to finalize those restrictions.The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is expected to release its final environmental impact statement for the project late next year. If the process continues as scheduled, that’s when EPA can make its decision about finalizing the restrictions.So whether Dunleavy turns out to be a Pebble ally or not, it is leaders in Washington, D.C. who could decide the fate of the most controversial mine in Alaska.last_img read more

David Beckham and Liam Payne dragged for Pride messages in newspaper

first_imgDavid Beckham and Liam Payne, along with the British newspaper the London Evening Standard, have been criticized for an article in which straight celebrities’ Pride messages are elevated over those of LGBTI participants. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… They added: ‘It’s about equality you have. Check your privilege @LiamPayne and please do some research on #Pride.’Caspar Salmon furthermore tweeted: ‘When’s straight Pride?’ Don’t worry, it’s now, it’s literally now! Enjoy!’Lewis Swain added: ‘Can someone tell me why anyone even went near Liam Payne and David Beckham for a story supposedly about Pride’.‘What makes me proud in 2018 is the world that we live in’Payne is quoted in the story as saying: ‘I think since I’ve had a little boy, everything changes in life. I’m aiming more for him to be prouder of me, and already he’s making me a better man, which I think is incredible.’Meanwhile Beckham said: ‘What makes me proud in 2018 is the world that we live in – the diversity, the quality, the creativity…’He furthermore added: ‘I have a young family and I want them to grow up in a world where they are given a chance, where they are part of that diversity and equality. I think we’re in a really positive place and it can only get better.’DJ Fat Tony, who curated the campaign, told Gay Star News: ‘The articles that have appeared around people’s involvement in the Prouder campaign are misleading – Prouder is a concept I have developed that adidas are supporting.’He moreover added: ‘There are a whole host of contributors including prominent LGBT community members. The focus of this activity is to raise funds for the vital work of the Albert Kennedy Trust and as part of that to gain the biggest noise I wanted to include allies who could take this message of unity and equality to the biggest audience.’‘It’s a celebration of being proud of who you are’Fashion mogul Marc Jacobs also took part in the Prouder campaign. Speaking about his involvement in the campaign, he said: ‘As a long standing member of the LGBTQIA community I feel it is important to use my voice to raise awareness, to fight for acceptance and equality, and to be and show my true self so that others might have the courage and strength to be their true selves.He furthermore added: ‘I wanted to be involved in the adidas ‘Prouder’ campaign because to me, it’s a celebration of being proud of who you are, uniqueness and individuality.’Spokespeople for David Beckham and Liam Payne have been approached for comment.Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . GAYSTARNEWS- eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us)center_img David Beckham and Liam Payne | Photo: Wiki/Strip That Down artwork The UK newspaper ran the piece yesterday, headlined: ‘Becks and Payne reveal what makes them glow with Pride in honour of annual parade’.The article – which leads with a picture of Beckham – precedes the Pride in London parade on Saturday 7 July.In its first paragraph, it lists several straight stars speaking out ‘in support of Pride in London’.Among them are former One Direction member Liam, football icon David, Happy singer Pharrell Williams and supermodels Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell.The second paragraph quotes Payne, while the third quotes Beckham.LGBTI stars such as former Radio 1 presenter Nick Grimshaw and music icon Elton John are quoted further into the article.Elton’s husband David Furnish also shared a Pride-related message as part of DJ Fat Tony’s ‘Prouder’ campaign, in conjunction with sports brand adidas.Each participant has re-imagined the adidas Samba trainer through the theme of ‘Prouder’, according to organizers.The shoes will go on display in an exhibition at the HENI Gallery in Soho from 4-10 July. They will then be auctioned on eBay to support LGBTI youth homelessness charity Albert Kennedy Trust.‘When’s straight Pride?’ Don’t worry, it’s now!’Really— Chris Mandle (@chris_mandle) June 25, 2018Reader Chris Mandle tweeted a picture of the article along with the word ‘really’.He furthermore added: ‘Worth pointing out this campaign is raising money for the Albert Kennedy Trust, which is a brilliant cause helping tackle LGBTQ+ homelessness. But come onnnnnnn. The quotes alone tell you Liam Payne has nothing significant to say about the LGBTQ community.’Twitter user Jurassic JP said: ‘I’m all for allies vocalising their support but understand what you’re supporting. It’s not about making your children proud of you. It’s about rights you will never understand.’ David Beckham and Elton John are vacationing in France and it’s too adorableI wore rainbows to see Liam Payne in Dubai despite the risk of arrestYou could win thousands to have your own Pride float design come to lifeRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  : read more

Catholic Archdiocese stops priest from burning Pride flag in Chicago

first_imgBut when the Chicago Archdiocese caught wind of his plans, it quickly shut them down.‘We can confirm that the pastor has agreed not to move forward with these activities,’ Archdiocese of Chicago communications and marketing director, ‘Anne Mascelli, told Windy City Times.Grateful to the Catholic ArchdioceseLocal LGBTI groups thanked the Chicago Archdiocese for its swift action.‘We are grateful that the Chicago Archdiocese quickly and firmly rejects the words of this pastor and his intended ‘ritual’ which are inconsistent with Catholic values and beliefs,’ DignityUSA President and Dignity/Chicago member told WCT.‘National polling over the past number of years consistently shows that a majority of Catholics support LBGTQ people and our issues.‘While we continue to challenge the institutional Church to reject its harmful and incorrect teachings about homosexuality, we are glad to see this decisive action on behalf of all LGBTQ Catholics.’Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . GAYSTARNEWS- eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Father Paul Kalchik wanted to burn the LGBTI rainbow flag in front of the Resurrection Catholic Church on 29 September. Earlier this moth Kalchik announced his plans to burn the flag along with pledge cards from parishioners.Kalchik made the announcement in a Homily. He wrote the flag burning was part of his wider mission to restore the Orthodox Roman Catholic Church.‘On Saturday, Sept. 29, the Feast of Ss. Michael, Gabriel and Raphael, we will burn, in front of church, the rainbow flag that was unfortunately hanging in our sanctuary during the ceremonial first Mass as Resurrection parish,’ Kalchik wrote in a postscript on the Homily.‘We cannot let the current troubles keep us from our mission to go make more disciples for the Lord, nor should modern day distractions like global warming, LGBT “rights” or even immigration issues ever take precedence over that mission,’ A vintage shot of the rainbow flag that hangs in a Catholic church in Chicago that it’s current priest wanted to burn. | Photo: Resurrection Churchcenter_img The Catholic Archdiocese in Chicago has barred one of its priests from burning the Pride flag. Catholic priest defies Cardinal’s orders and burns Pride flag in ChicagoCatholic priest who burned rainbow flag outside of church is stood downNYC ‘dancing priest’ removed after ‘boundary violations’ with male parishionerRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  : Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading…last_img read more

GE Highlights Expanding Revolution CT Family at RSNA 2015

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Medical imaging plays an increasing role in the accurate… read more Technology | Computed Tomography (CT) | December 15, 2015 GE Highlights Expanding Revolution CT Family at RSNA 2015 Company’s newest CT scanners focus on high image quality, advanced applications and low-dose protocols Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a Siemens Go.Top Dedicated Cardiac Scanner This is a quick walk around of the new Siemens Somatom cardiovascular edition compact computed tomography (CT) read more Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEOS | EP LAB | JULY 26, 2019 VIDEO: What Electrophysiologists Need From CT Imaging Prior to AF and VT Ablations Mark Ibrahim, M.D., F read more Videos | AAPM | July 29, 2019 VIDEO: Trends in Medical Physics at the AAPM 2019 meeting … read more News | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 06, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Improves Heart Attack Risk Assessment When used with a common heart scan, machine learning, a type of artificial intelligence (AI), does better than… read more Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: The History of CT Calcium Scoring Arthur Agatston, M.D., clinical pro read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 05, 2019 Montefiore Nyack Hospital Uses Aidoc AI to Spot Urgent Conditions Faster Montefiore Nyack Hospital, an acute care hospital in Rockland County, N.Y., announced it is utilizing artificial… read more Video Player is loading.Cynthia McCollough explains new advances in CT technologyPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 13:56Loaded: 1.17%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -13:56 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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first_imgSource = e-Travel Blackboard: P.T Tiger Airways will fly out of AvalonLow-cost carrier, Tiger Airways, has linked with low-cost Victorian airport, Avalon, to introduce new domestic routes and flights.Avalon Airport recently underwent a multimillion dollar redevelopment and will play host to Tiger Airways third Australian base.The expansion and new flight routes to Canberra and Brisbane is testament to Tiger Airways plan for domestic growth.“Our new base at Avalon Airport means more aircraft, more jobs, more low fares and further cements our commitment to the State of Victoria,” said Crawford Rix, Tiger Airways Managing Director.Tiger Airways is a subsidiary of Singapore-based Tiger Airways.According to Mr. Rix, Tiger Airways budget airfares encourage Australians to see more of their own country.“Commencing with seven new flights from Avalon Airport, this is further proof that Tiger Airways is well positioned to continue our successful expansion in Australia as planned” said Mr. Rix.Looking forward to a successful business relationship, Avalon Airport Chief Executive Justin Giddings welcomed Tiger Airways services.“We are pleased that Tiger Airways is commencing operations at the lowest cost airport in Australia” said Mr. Giddings.Combining Tiger’s cheap fares and Avalon’s budget transport and parking services, Mr. Giddings believes Avalon Airport is the perfect option for holiday makers and business people looking to save money.As of January this year, Tiger Airways had carried 3 million passengers, and their fleet has expanded to nine Airbuses, servicing 14 domestic ports.last_img read more

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first_imgMatt Moran Andrew McEvoy Andrew McEvoy addressing guests Industry members gathered at Aria Restaurant in Sydney last night to celebrate renowned chef Matt Moran as he embarks on the T-QUAL Tick Tour, which will take him on a journey around Australia visiting some of the country’s best tourism experiences in an Australian Government initiative for the new national symbol of tourism quality.Launched earlier in the year, T-QUAL will help travellers and travel agents to make more informed choices based on the accreditation of Australia’s best tourism products and services, giving them the confidence in booking with the knowledge that they will be taken care of.Matt will sample some of the already 3,000 operators in the industry that carry the tick of approval, with 13,000 potential operators in the waiting for approval.An ambassador to travel in Australia, Matt Moran expressed his excitement in experiencing more of Australia’s quality offerings, saying “as co-owner of ARIA, I understand the importance of promoting quality in the industry. I can’t wait to discover the best that Australia has to offer and to experience the high-quality products that are available right on our doorstep.” Guests were treated to some of Matt’s celebrated culinary dishes while hearing all about the details of the upcoming T-QUAL Tick Tour, which will kick off today with an overnight experience at Taronga Zoo’s Roar and Snore.  From there, Matt will journey through destinations such as Hobart, Darwin, Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Broome while visiting some quality tourism experiences.Managing director of Tourism Australia, Andrew McEvoy joined the evening and was please to announce Matt’s tour, saying “it will give people all over the country an insight into exactly why they can trust the T-QUAL Tick when booking their next holiday, allowing them to relax safe in the knowledge that they will enjoy value for money and a quality experience.” Everyone can join Matt on his journey of the T-QUAL Tick Tour by following his regular blog posts, video logs, tweets and Facebook updates.  The T-QUAL Tick Tour will feature on Matt’s blog (, Matt’s Twitter account (@chefmattmoran), Matt’s Facebook page (, and YouTube ( Source = e-Travel Blackboard: K.W Matt Moran addressing guestslast_img read more

first_imgGo back to the e-newsletter >ILTM –  the final event of 2015 in the ILTM Portfolio – will take place in Cannes, 30 November – 3 December.  This year’s ILTM Global Forum will bring storytelling to the centre of the stage, highlighting its relevance to both luxury travel brands and agents as they convey their stories to their diverse high net worth clients.Alison Gilmore, Senior Exhibition Director, ILTM Portfolio comments, “ILTM is a week which will see thousands of stories created for would be luxury travellers around the world. At this year’s Global Forum, we challenge you to consider ILTM as the opening chapter of these stories, learn the art before you start the week and even create a few of your own to share.’Chapter One:  Where are we going?                                                                       The scene will be set by Claire Bennett Vice President, Strategic Partnerships, American Express Consumer Travel. Claire will draw on her strategic role at AMEX to talk through the luxury of tomorrow. She will focus on three key trends and what that means for the luxury travel industry. Claire will highlight the need to “breakthrough” in order to deliver what customers have come to expect from brands.Chapter Two:  How do we persuade you?Claiming that “Traditional marketing doesn’t work anymore”, Thomas Trautmann, Partner, Sales Brain will debate the question – is there a buy button in the brain?  SalesBrain is the first neuromarketing agency with a scientific persuasion model that helps companies capture, convince and close more customers.Thomas will explore the topic of behavioural economics and how we should use stimulus to provide the response we want.  He will also focus on some luxury brands to identify if we can learn about the actual behaviour that is taking place.Chapter three: Inspiring action through story tellingRenown international screenwriting lecturer, Robert McKee will conclude by advising the luxury travel audience how to tell their story to generate action.  Believing that ‘the story’ is an evolutionary adaption for the human mind, he will illustrate his keynote with real-life successes and end with a vision of business leaders as authors of the world’s economic future.McKee has dedicated the last 30 years to educating and mentoring screenwriters, novelists, playwrights, poets, documentary makers, producers, and directors internationally. His former students include over 60 Academy Award Winners, 200 Emmy Award Winners, 100 Writers Guild of America Winners and 50 Directors Guild of America Winners.The business of ILTM will take place over the following 3 days. One of the largest ILTMs ever, up to 1500 buyers from 77 countries will attend to meet with up to 77 suppliers in packed individual diaries of pre-scheduled appointments as well as social networking opportunities.Go back to the e-newsletter >last_img read more

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businesses in downtown Devils Lake She pointed to the Old Main Street Cafe Quilt Essential LaMotte’s Paint & Glass Leevers Foods and The Liquid Bean a coffee shop that has been in downtown for more than 20 years"Obviously the downtown is not going to be like it was before" said Dan Johnson who co-owns The Liquid Bean with his son Paul "Downtown has changed; everything has"He said there isn’t one "magic" answer to growing downtown but he suggested marketing open spaces as opportunities advertising and having people who care about the health of the city He said he has thought about taking his employees on a tour of the city so they can point customers to other stores if they ask where they can buy a certain item"We need to let them know what we have" he said "As a business community we have to educate each other on what we do have"Sander pointed to local attractions such as Devils Lake’s recreational culture as reasons why people come to the area but it’s important to have other things to do to add to the experience"Our mission has been to have some fun events create a fun community and support each other so businesses want to be in our downtown area" she said adding the events help create "community spirit"Paula Vistad executive director of the Devils Lake Chamber of Commerce said she is optimistic about downtown and that it is a vibrant area with several historic buildings Downtown just needs to add some specialty stores such as a bakery or an arts store"I feel downtown is beautiful" she said adding efforts to revitalize the area should be successful "It is a key part to Devils Lake I don’t think it is doom and gloom at all"She and others noted it’s important for all parts of the city to complement each other and that no one wants to take business away from different areas of the city"I don’t think you can have one without the other They draw off each other" she said "If we are going to pull people or draw from other cities we need to have our Highway 2 and downtown"There is a lot of passion for downtown Devils Lake Langton said That includes beautification holding events finding new niches and renovating space for future businesses"The people who are downtown love downtown" she saidThe report provided by the university system and first reported by Rob Port of SayAnythingBlogcom came at the request of Kathleen Neset then the chairwoman of the North Dakota State Board of Higher Education Dated June 26 2016 it was authored by Karol Riedman a university system compliance officer Riedman’s report paints an unflattering picture of Hagerott’s leadership style with descriptions ranging from “absent-minded professor” to a “bull in a china shop” or simply that there is no leadership “Most comments suggested that the chancellor tends to interrupt and talk over staff which makes some employees feel that he does not respect them is not listening or does not value their input” Riedman wrote While there were no concerns raised over sexual harassment “all employees” Riedman said “felt there was a difference in treatment between men and women and that the men in the office were treated with more respect and valued than the women”Riedman interviewed 15 of the 21 university system staff — two men and 13 women — while excluding herself one staff member out on annual leave and four employees who have little contact with the chancellor The report surfaced a week after Hagerott fired Vice Chancellor Lisa Feldner “without cause” Feldner said this week she was “bewildered” by her dismissalIn response to an interview request university system spokeswoman Billie Jo Lorius said Hagerott “has not spoken with any reporter thus far and we would like to remain consistent” In a statement provided by Lorius Neset said the chancellor denied many of the allegations in the report “Chancellor Hagerott has not only taken steps to address this feedback he has openly accepted and requested input on his work” Neset said “I have found Chancellor Hagerott to be very receptive to and responsive to the work that was done towards professional development and organizational unity” Positive reviewHagerott began his stint as chancellor in July 2015 with an annual salary of $372000 He succeeded interim Chancellor Larry Skogen whose tenure followed the ouster of Hamid Shirvani in 2013 Hagerott came to the North Dakota University System after working as deputy director of the Naval Academy’s Center for Cyber Security Studies in Annapolis Md He often cites his time in the Navy but his prior experience has apparently led to some friction in the university system office with one employee remarking that “it feels like we are in the service” Still Neset’s August 2016 evaluation of Hagerott largely praised the chancellor’s performance in his first year on the job It points to communication planning and management as areas for improvement “Your overall performance during this year as chancellor of the North Dakota University System is to be commended” she wrote adding that board members generally said he has the “talent credentials desire and skills to do this job of chancellor very well” Reached by phone Thursday Neset deferred comment to current Board Chairman Don Morton who said board leadership is “very supportive” of Hagerott He said Riedman’s report was an “informal survey” but was still helpful in pointing out some issues “We’ve been addressing it for the last year in individual meetings with members with groups meetings with the chancellor with the staff” Morton said Riedman’s report also details a June 2016 incident in which Hagerott was reportedly “excessively upset” over an open records request that stemmed from former Gov Ed Schafer’s endorsement of Doug Burgum in the Republican primary for governor Schafer was the interim president of the University of North Dakota at the time A Grand Forks Herald reporter asked for university system staff emails regarding Burgum and Schafer a “fairly routine request” that Hagerott 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"The government welcomes the view of the Supreme Court,s watch, Hence swipe your face, sharing our history and our culture and most of all, now that the limits of the “Modi factor” have been revealed.

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