Live preseason updates: Warriors vs. Lakers, Wednesday night

first_imgScroll down to get insights and news updates from the Warriors’ preseason rematch against the Lakers in Los Angeles, where Stephen Curry and Anthony Davis will be watching from the bench.GAME ESSENTIALS: Warriors (1-2) vs. Lakers (2-2) at Staples Center, Los Angeles, Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. (PT). TV: ESPN.ODDS: Warriors -1 (opened at Warriors -1).2019 SERIES: Third meeting. LAST MEETING: Lakers d. Warriors in preseason, 104-98 on Monday at Staples Center in L.A.WARRIORS …last_img

Social Network Users Reportedly Concerned About Privacy, but Behavior Says Otherwise

first_imgRelated Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… sarah perez Recently, new data from security solutions company Webroot revealed some interesting insights into the thoughts and behaviors of users on social networking sites like Facebook, LinkedIn, MySpace, Twitter, and others. According to their survey, a majority of users (78%) reported concerns about their social network profiles’ privacy, but when asked about specific behaviors it was apparent that “concern” didn’t translate into action. In fact, it didn’t even seem to translate into a basic understanding of how to use the privacy tools already in place on the networks today.Is Your Profile Public? Err…I Don’t KnowSeeing that a majority of social networking users expressed concerns about the information they shared in their profile, it’s somewhat surprising to find that 80 percent of those same users allow their profiles – or at least, part of them – to be indexed by public search engines like Google. And 66% of users don’t restrict any profile information from being publicly searchable. Those numbers are based on the realities of the situation as tracked by Webroot, but when asked directly about their profile’s publicity, a lot of respondents didn’t even know the answer. A whopping 59% of the 1100 surveyed said they weren’t sure who could see their profile. To top it off, 32% of users shared at least three pieces of identifiable information on their profile pages and 28% accepted friend requests from complete strangers. These sorts of behaviors show a distinct lack of understanding about the risks of sharing personal information with those you don’t know. It also certainly shows that being concerned about privacy hasn’t been enough of an incentive for users to take any action to change their behavior. The Younger You Are, the More You Share TrustWebroot also found that younger social networking users took more risks than any other demographic. Those users ages 18 to 29 tended to use the same password across multiple sites (51% versus 36% overall), accepted friend requests from strangers (40% versus 28% overall), and shared more personal information online. In this age group, 67% shared their birthday (vs. 52% overall), 62% shared their home town (vs. 50% overall), and 45% shared their employer (vs. 35% overall). Not surprisingly, this overly trusting group also reported more security attacks than others with nearly 40% having experienced an attack versus 30% overall. Are Privacy Settings Too Hard to Use?What’s surprising about these findings is that most of today’s modern social networks provide privacy settings that allow you to keep your personal information from being indexed or viewed by anyone except those you choose. Even simple social networks, like microblogging site Twitter, let you set your feed to private, if you so desire. Facebook, now the largest social network in the U.S., offers robust privacy settings and is working on making them even more reflective of our real-world relationships. But clearly, there’s a disconnect between what tools are out there and the users’ knowledge of what’s available or how to use them. What can social networks do, though? Is it enough to simply offer the tools then put the onus on the users to dig around until they find them? Or should there be more guides and wizards provided in order to make turning on privacy settings a chore that even the less technically-inclined can handle? As it stands today with so many mainstream users joining social networks, it may be time that social networks stopped hiding privacy options features deep within the settings (an area we’d wager the everyday user rarely accesses). Networks need to start highlighting your options or at least linking to the settings, somewhere a bit more obvious – like the profile page itself, for example. Of course, even if social networks did so, there would still be a subset of users who were simply uninterested in doing anything about it. We suppose they would still have to learn the hard way about the risks of over-sharing, but at the very least, a larger part of the online population would be able to protect themselves and their personal info. Tags:#Trends#web center_img 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hostinglast_img read more

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MEN: DIN rail concept based on robust individual components

first_img Continue Reading Previous Octavo introduces complete 1GHz computer in a 27 mm packageNext Swirling down the rabbit hole DIN-Rail is a new modular concept from MEN. The system is based on robust individual components which can be combined in flexible built-to-order configurations. The DIN rail modules are suitable – thanks to medium CPU and low power dissipation – for a variety of applications in the mobile and industrial market.The DIN rail concept is designed for flexible configuration of module combinations and is suitable for embedded IoT applications in various markets. The range of individual modules includes a CPU module, a power supply unit and various expansion modules for wireless communication and storage. In the modular system, the data transfer between the individual modules as well as the power supply of the individual components takes place via the expansion connectors standardized by MEN. The concept specifications include housing dimensions, mounting, cooling and IP protection. In addition, expansion connectors and their pin assignments are defined.The MC50M is the current basic module of the DIN-Rail family and is based on Intel’s Atom E3900 series with low power dissipation and scalability in power and memory. The simple integration of ready-made expansion modules enables application-specific configurations to be created and delivered in a short time. The expansion modules have interfaces such as MVB, CAN, binary and analog I/Os as well as the wireless functions LTE Advanced, WLAN and GNSS. A removable shuttle with one or two 2.5” SATA hard disks can expand the DIN rail system for storage-intensive applications. A wide-range power supply can be integrated if a nominal power consumption of 24 V DC to 110 V DC is required (EN 50155). DIN rail mounting (35 mm) is standard. Wall and 19” rack mounting is possible with the aid of adaptation brackets.The CPU module is qualified for use onboard rail vehicles, for wayside applications and for road vehicles (ECE R10). Long-term availability of at least 15 years from product launch minimizes life cycle management. The components of the DIN-Rail family support the temperature range -40 to +70°C according to the railway standard EN 50155 (class OT4, ST1) with internal conduction cooling.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Boards & Modules last_img read more

Gap and Pendleton® Collaborate on Fall 2016 LimitedEdition Collection

first_imgAdvertisement The collection includes shirt dresses ($69.95), denim (jeans and jacket both $79.95), shirts ($59.95) and ponchos ($199) for women, a puffer vest ($98), shirt jackets ($199), baseball caps ($24.95) and scarves for men ($49.95), tote bags ($49.95-$64.95) and a full range of offerings for kids and babies ranging in price from $16.95 to $44.95. The collection is available in September at select global Gap stores and on GapGap is one of the world’s most iconic apparel and accessories brands and the authority on American casual style.  Founded in San Francisco in 1969, Gap’s collections are designed to build the foundation of modern wardrobes – all things denim, classic white shirts, khakis and must-have trends.  Beginning with the first international store in London in 1987, Gap continues to connect with customers online and across the brand’s about 1,700 company-operated and franchise retail locations around the world. Gap includes Women’s and Men’s apparel and accessories, GapKids, babyGap, GapMaternity, GapBody and GapFit collections.  The brand also serves value-conscious customers with exclusively-designed collections for Gap Outlet and Gap Factory Stores.  Gap is the namesake brand for leading global specialty retailer, Gap Inc. (NYSE: GPS) which includes Gap, Banana Republic, Old Navy, Athleta and Intermix. For more information, please visit PendletonSetting the standard for classic American style, Pendleton is a lifestyle brand recognized as a symbol of American heritage, authenticity and craftsmanship. With six generations of family ownership since 1863, the company recently celebrated 153 years of weaving fabrics in the Pacific Northwest. Known for fabric innovation, Pendleton owns and operates two of America’s remaining woolen mills, constantly updating them with state-of-the-art looms and eco-friendly technology. Inspired by its heritage, the company designs and produces apparel for men and women, blankets, home décor, and gifts. Pendleton is available through select retailers in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Japan, Korea and Australia; Pendleton stores; company catalogs; and direct-to-consumer channels including the Pendleton website, Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Login/Register With: Advertisement For fall 2016, Gap and Pendleton Woolen Mills will celebrate American style with the introduction of a limited-edition collection featuring clothes and accessories for men, women, kids and baby. The collection brings together two classic American brands, celebrating Gap’s beloved denim and Pendleton’s signature plaids specially curated from Pendleton’s rich archive of historic patterns.“We’re excited to bring a unique pairing of two American icons to our customers with this new collaboration combining the best of Gap and Pendleton’s signature styles,” said Jeff Kirwan, Global President, Gap. “Both brands have played an important role in shaping the American wardrobe and have won generations of fans along the way, making this the ideal collection to share with the whole family.”“Pendleton joins Gap in saluting American Style in a collection that is rich in heritage and authenticity,” said Pendleton President, Mort Bishop III.  “With our joined legacy of design and fabric, the Gap x Pendleton limited-edition collection celebrates this exceptional collaboration of classic fashion and iconic plaids.” Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

1 Million Marijuana drug bust Jamaican Bahamians arrested

first_img Related Items:#1millionmariuanadrugbust, #hugedrugbustonGrandBahama, #magneticmedianews, #threemenarrestindrugbust Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, May 17, 2017 – Grand Bahama – On the same day, the Defense Force crew of the HMBS Rolly Gray was making a similar arrest but on the high seas where double the quantity of drugs found at the Container Port was uncovered on board a blue and white go fast boat.    The 18ft vessel was intercepted near Cay Lobos and in custody for the 1,000 pounds of suspected marijuana are one Jamaican man and two Bahamian men.  The value of the contraband is put at $1 Million.  The Defense Force is calling this a hefty dent in the illegal narcotics supply and resulting from their strategic intent to rid Bahamian waters of illicit transnational activities.#MagneticMediaNews#hugedrugbustonGrandBahama#1millionmariuanadrugbust#threemenarrestindrugbustlast_img read more

OBITUARY Beverly Gaudreau Silva 89

first_imgShare this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWilmington OBITUARIES (Week of July 21, 2019)In “Obituaries”OBITUARY: Lucille C. (Enos) Gilson, 77In “Obituaries”OBITUARY: Deborah A. Clark, 66In “Obituaries” BRIDGEWATER, MA — Beverly Silva (Gaudreau), 89, of Bridgewater died July 17, 2019 in the Beth Israel Hospital in Boston. Beverly was born in Medford daughter of the late Addie E. (Beard) and Louis N. Gaudreau. She was raised and educated during her younger years in Wilmington, MA. She moved to Bridgewater with her parents where she completed her education and graduated from the Bridgewater Academy. During her life Beverly was devoted to her family enjoying her friends and boating. Beverly loved her animal companions and was an avid supporter of the SPCA. Beverly developed a strong adoration for Angels as time passed and loved Christmas. In recent years she enjoyed time spent with her friends at local senior centers where she was greatly comforted by the love and relationships with which she was blessed.Wife of the late Edmund J. Silva. Mother of Louis Silva and his wife Janice of Raynham and Kevin Silva and his wife Rosemary of Bridgewater.Grandmother of Amy L.Gould of Carver, Adam B. and his wife Danielle of Bridgewater, Jonathan E. of Raynham, Ashley M. and Kyle B. Silva of Bridgewater, Great grandmother of Ryan and Sarah Gould and Braeden and Ella Silva. Beverly is also survived by many nieces and nephews.Visiting hours will begin at 11:00am Friday July 26th in the Prophett-Chapman, Cole, and Gleason Funeral Home, 98 Bedford St., Bridgewater and conclude with a Funeral Home Service at 12:30pm.Burial will follow in Scotland Cemetery, Bridgewater.(NOTE: The above obituary is from Prophett-Chapman, Cole and Gleason 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 read more

A Quiet Place Part 2 John Krasinski says hes started filming

first_img Comments Summer movie preview: Aladdin, Spider-Man, Tarantino and more Sequels in the news #PartII— John Krasinski (@johnkrasinski) July 15, 2019 21 Photos But he praised Paramount for not jumping on early sequel ideas from other writers that “felt a little more franchise-y.” Instead, Krasinski said his concept is a “tiny idea that fit that world and could be exciting.”At the time, Krasinksi said he would love to direct again “if I can crack the idea.” In the photo he tweeted, his name appears as director, so looks like fans can consider the idea cracked.Emily Blunt is returning for the sequel, as are the actors who played Krasinski and Blunt’s children, Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe. Actor Cillian Murphy has joined the cast, according to The Wrap, which notes that Brian Tyree Henry could also join the film.A Quiet Place Part II is scheduled for a March 2020 release. Tags 0 John Krasinski doesn’t want 400 machine guns in A Quiet Place sequel Maleficent: Mistress of Evil trailer pits Angelina Jolie against Michelle Pfeiffer Black Panther 2: Ryan Coogler working on it, Marvel’s Kevin Feige says The critically acclaimed horror-sci-fi film takes place in a future where terrifying creatures are attracted to noise. In the first film, Krasinski and real-life wife Emily Blunt head a family that must somehow live their lives without making a sound.Back in January, Krasinski admitted to The New York Times that at first, he didn’t want a sequel, saying, “I don’t want A Quiet Place to turn into an action movie where 400 people have machine guns.” Everybody, shhhhh! A Quiet Place Part II has started filming, according to a tweet sent Monday by director John Krasinski. Krasinski also co-wrote and starred in the first film, which came out in 2018. Share your voice TV and Movieslast_img read more

Evening wrap IT raid on Janardhana Reddys firm nonbailable warrant against Mallya

first_imgHere are some of the top stories from International Business Times, India, that have broken through the day so far:1. Income Tax Department raids mining firm office of Janardhana ReddyThe taxman has come calling to coal baron and former BJP leader G Janardhana Reddy, days after the lavish wedding of his daughter led to huge uproar across India, which is in the middle of a currency crisis. Read more…2. CBI obtains non-bailable warrant against Vijay Mallya; find out how it will proceed nextThe Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) said on Monday that it managed to obtain a non-bailable warrant (NBW) against former liquor baron Vijay Mallya, and was looking to pursue a path that would get him extradited back to India to face various charges concerning non-repayment of loans to various banks. Read more…3. Demonetisation: Cash-strapped Indians withdraw $15 billion in 9 daysPrime Minister Narendra Modi’s “surgical strike” on black money in the form of scrapping Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes on November 8 has given an indication of how cash-hungry Indians are, notwithstanding the push for plastic. In a span of nine days, (November 10 and 18), Indians withdrew Rs 1,03,316 crore, or approximately $15.2 billion. Read more…4. Selena Gomez sizzles in red gown; singer gives emotional AMAs acceptance speechSinger Selena Gomez, who took a break from the spotlight for self-recovery, made a stunning comeback at the American Music Awards 2016 on Sunday night. Gomez looked beautiful in a scarlet sleeveless Prada gown. Read more…5. BCCI vs Lodha Committee: Is it Anurag Thakur vs GK Pillai now?GK Pillai, the former home secretary of India, could be the one replacing Anurag Thakur as the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). In a statement submitted to the Supreme Court by the Lodha Committee on Monday, the top BCCI officials have been asked to step down. Read more…last_img read more

Analysis A Good Day To Be A Texas Incumbent

first_imgLaura Skelding for The Texas TribuneTexas Flag and signs across street from Waxahachie parks and recreation voting place on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 — primary voting day in Texas.Incumbents of almost every stripe did well in Tuesday’s elections for state office.Only seven of them lost, and only two more were forced into runoffs.A great line from Republican political consultant Wayne Hamilton nicely summed up this election: “So much money, so little change.”The fallen include:State Sen. Craig Estes of Wichita Falls has literally watched his district grow away from his home base and into the northern clutches of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and whose opponent, state Rep. Pat Fallon of Prosper, was endorsed by Republican Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick.State Rep. Wayne Faircloth of Galveston was one of three Republicans on Republican Gov. Greg Abbott’s hit list — and the only one to fall on Tuesday. He was in trouble anyway, running against wealthy Chambers County candidate Mayes Middleton. They ended close to a draw in Faircloth’s home county, but Middleton won big in his.State Rep. Jason Villalba of Dallas is one of two Hispanic Republicans in the Texas House and a regular target of arch-conservatives in his primary elections and of Democrats in his general elections. He lost the primary to Lisa Luby Ryan, who now has to best that significant second obstacle in November.State Rep. Diana Arévalo, D-San Antonio, fell victim to a time-worn electoral hazard: a predecessor who wants the seat back. She won office when Trey Martinez Fischer gave it up for an unsuccessful Senate bid. The key word there was “unsuccessful.” He saw his old perch as the best way back to Austin, and he won it by 115 votes out of 9,369 cast.Tomas Uresti’s first bid for re-election to the Texas House was undone, in part, by an unrelenting barrage of awful headlines featuring his last name. His brother, state Sen. Carlos Uresti, was convicted — right in the middle of early voting — on 11 federal felony charges including counts of money laundering and fraud. The trial was lurid, the headlines gruesome, and the House Uresti’s loss on Tuesday probably preordained.Roberto Alonzo of Dallas, a 10-term state representative, was convincingly defeated by Jessica Gonzalez, a young attorney in this strongly Democratic district.State Rep. Dawnna Dukes of Austin received a meager 10.16 percent of the vote in a Democratic primary that served as a referendum on the incumbent. That’s not a good thing, even for a legislator who had become a fixture on the budget-writing House Appropriations Committee and had been re-elected every two years since 1995. She suffered medical setbacks after a traffic accident, was charged with violating ethics laws that embarrassed prosecutors later said were based on bad evidence. And she said, at one point, that she wouldn’t run this time, a move that prompted several candidates to jump into her race. She came back, but they didn’t leave. Two of them —Chito Vela and Sheryl Cole — will be in a May runoff. Dukes will be at home.Two more state representatives, Democrats René Oliveira of Brownsville and Scott Cosper of Killeen, were pushed into runoffs in May. Oliveira will face Alex Dominguez. Cosper’s remaining opponent is Brad Buckley. Runoff elections are not the preferred forum of incumbents, but they’re still alive.Various factions declared victory after the votes were counted; that’s what factions do. But the results were evidence of good defense more than good offense. Most of the incumbents under fire in this year’s primaries survived to the next round. Scads of money were spent, including a fair amount against incumbents.People targeted by education candidates — Patrick, state Sen. Joan Huffman, state Rep. Mike Lang, to name three — came out fine. Some of the biggest targets of conservative activists — state Reps. Sarah Davis, Lyle Larson, Charlie Geren, Dan Flynn, Hugh Shine, J.D. Sheffield, Giovanni Capriglione and several more — lived to tell their electoral war stories.Sometimes money mattered. Sometimes it made no difference at all. Kathaleen Wall spent millions and missed the CD-2 runoff by 145 votes. Jim Hogan spent almost nothing but a filing fee and finished ahead of Trey Blocker, a lobbyist who spent hundreds of thousands of dollars trying to beat Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller. Miller finished first.The marquee race — the one that got most of the attention to this point, and probably the one that will be in the spotlight going forward — produced an unexpected result. Sema Hernandez and Edward Kimbrough combined to get 38.2 percent of the vote in the Democratic primary for U.S. Senate.That’s the race dominated by the presence of U.S. Rep Beto O’Rourke of El Paso, who is trying to do for Texas Democrats what John Tower did for Texas Republicans all the way back in 1961 — and to avoid the fate of the party’s last would-be savior, Wendy Davis, who ran for governor in 2014. Tower, a Republican, rocked the political world by winning the special election to replace Lyndon Johnson in the U.S. Senate.O’Rourke’s first foray into statewide politics was strongish — 60+ percent is a solid win. But it wasn’t a powerful showing, especially against unknown opponents. Davis got just 38.9 percent of the vote in the 2014 general election against Abbott. Republicans were quick to try to make a parallel narrative of O’Rourke’s first step.That brings us to turnout. Democrats improved their turnout, from a terrible, awful number — only 560,033 people showed up for the party’s 2014 primary — to a lousy one this year: 1, 036,942. That’s an 85.2 percent increase, but it’s not enough to scare anybody.Republican turnout topped 1.5 million, up 13.5 percent from 1.35 million four years ago. They improved less, but they started bigger. And they’re still outrunning the other big party by a 3-to-2 margin in turnout. Sharelast_img read more