CMHC says pace of housing starts slowed in May after strong April showing AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by The Canadian Press Posted Jun 8, 2012 8:29 am MDT OTTAWA – Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp., says the pace of home construction cooled in May after a strong showing in April.It says the May figure of 19,264 estimated actual starts was more in line with the pace of the previous six months.On a seasonally adjusted annual basis, May starts hit 211,400 compared with 243,800 in April.The adjusted figure smooths out seasonal fluctuations and calculates an annual figure as if the monthly number held steady for a year.The seasonally adjusted annual rate of urban starts slipped by 15.8 per cent to 189,600 units in May, with urban single starts down 4.2 per cent and multiple starts off 20.7 per cent.On the same basis, urban starts decreased by 35.8 per cent in Quebec, by 18.3 per cent in Ontario and by 7.7 per cent in the Prairies.Urban starts were up 6.4 per cent in Atlantic Canada and 20.9 per cent in British Columbia.“As anticipated, the pace of housing starts observed in April was not sustained in May,” said Mathieu Laberge, deputy chief economist at CMHC’s market analysis centre. “In fact, the pace in May was more in line with the average over the last six months.“Although some ups and downs are likely to continue in the months ahead, the pace of housing starts should trend lower as the year progresses.”
IRISH INDIE BAND Little Green Cars have broken up. Formed in Dublin in 2008, the band announced in a statement posted on Twitter today that they had “come to the end of the road” and were disbanding.“There has been no terrible calamity, no heartless betrayal and no punches thrown,” the band have said. “Rather, this simply feels like the right things for us, both personally and artistically”. “From the bottom of our hearts, we thank you” pic.twitter.com/mkwEF9hOg3— Little Green Cars (@Littlegreencars) March 21, 2019 Image: Little Green Cars/Facebook.com Made up of members Steve Appleby, Faye O’Rourke, Adam O’Regan, Donagh Seaver O’Leary and Dylan Lynch, Little Green Cars released their debut album Absolute Zero in 2013 which was followed up with 2016′s Ephemera. The band’s final performance will be aired at 11.30pm tonight on RTÉ 2′s Other Voices. 51 Comments Image: Little Green Cars/Facebook.com Short URL Little Green Cars reach the ‘end of the road’ as band announce break-up “There has been no terrible calamity, no heartless betrayal and no punches thrown,” the band said. https://jrnl.ie/4554058 Thursday 21 Mar 2019, 1:51 PM By Cónal Thomas Mar 21st 2019, 1:51 PM 38,466 Views Share90 Tweet Email4 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
IS claims Sri Lanka bombings and releases photo of attackers More than 320 people were killed in the Easter blasts. By AFP 63 Comments Image: AP/PA Images THE ISLAMIC STATE group has claimed a series of bombings that killed more than 320 people in Sri Lanka, and released a photo of the men it said were responsible.The massive casualty toll would make the Easter attacks the deadliest overseas operation claimed by IS since the group proclaimed its worldwide caliphate in mid-2014.“Those that carried out the attack that targeted members of the US-led coalition and Christians in Sri Lanka the day before yesterday are Islamic State group fighters,” said a statement released by IS propaganda agency Amaq.In a later statement, the group gave the combat names of seven people who it said were behind the “blessed attack” that targeted Christians during their “blasphemous holiday,” referring to Easter.It also released a photo of eight men it said were behind the blasts.Seven of them had their faces covered and three of them held knives.The one man who displayed his bearded face also appeared to carry an assault rifle.The authenticity of the image could not be independently verified and the reason for the discrepancy in the reported number of attackers was not immediately clear.Sunday’s bombings targeting churches and high-end hotels are among the deadliest such attacks worldwide since the 2001 strikes on the United States.International terrorThe Sri Lankan government blamed the Islamist National Thowheeth Jama’ath (NTJ) group for the blasts, saying they were carried out in retaliation for last month’s attacks on two mosques in New Zealand.The presidency said there was intelligence that “international terror groups” were backing Sri Lankan extremists.Police sources told AFP Tuesday that two Muslim brothers — sons of a wealthy Colombo spice trader — were among the perpetrators of the attacks. Short URL 32,973 Views Share Tweet Email Footwear and personal belongs of victims kept close to the scene of a suicide bombing at St. Sebastian Church in Negombo, Sri Lanka. Image: AP/PA Images The Islamic State (#ISIS) has now released three statements claiming responsibility for the Easter attacks on Christians in Sri Lanka. The latest is an Amaq News Agency report with a photo allegedly showing the seven suicide bombers responsible. pic.twitter.com/8ZpgZAnpxS— Thomas Joscelyn (@thomasjoscelyn) April 23, 2019 Footwear and personal belongs of victims kept close to the scene of a suicide bombing at St. Sebastian Church in Negombo, Sri Lanka. Apr 23rd 2019, 5:37 PM They blew themselves up as guests queued for breakfast at the Shangri-La and Cinnamon Grand hotels in the capital, the source said.The pair were key members of the NTJ, which the government has previously blamed for defacing Buddhist statues, according to an investigation officer. The IS statement today said three fighters it named as Abu Obeidah, Abu Baraa and Abu Moukhtar were behind the attacks on the Shangri-La, Cinnamon Grand and Kingsbury hotels.Three other fighters it named as Abu Hamza, Abu Khalil and Abu Mohammad carried out attacks on three different churches in the cities of Colombo, Negombo, and Batticaloa, it said. The seventh fighter, Abu Abdallah, killed three police officers in an attack in a Colombo suburb, it said. – © AFP 2019 Source: Thomas Joscelyn/Twitter Tuesday 23 Apr 2019, 5:37 PM https://jrnl.ie/4603749 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Réchauffement climatique : la Nouvelle-Zélande s’apprête à signer l’accord de CopenhagueNouvelle-Zélande – Le gouvernement néo-zélandais a annoncé son intention de signer l’accord de Copenhague sur la lutte contre le changement climatique. Le pays devrait également maintenir son objectif de réduction des émissions de gaz à effet de serre.La Nouvelle-Zélande a décidé de rejoindre les pays signataires de l’accord de Copenhague qui, non contraignant, se contente de fixer un objectif de limitation du réchauffement climatique à 2°C. Toutefois, signer cet accord constitue selon le gouvernement néo-zélandais, une étape majeure dans le processus de lutte contre le réchauffement climatique.”S’associer à cet accord renforce l’engagement de la Nouvelle-Zélande à assumer sa juste part de la résolution de ce problème mondial” affirme dans un communiqué Nick Smith, le ministre néo-zélandais du Changement climatique.En août, le Nouvelle-Zélande s’est engagée à réduire ses émissions de gaz à effet de serre (GES) de 10 à 20% d’ici 2020 et par rapport à 1990, mais ce, à condition qu’un accord international ayant pour objectif de limiter à 2°C le réchauffement de la planète par rapport à l’ère industrielle soit conclu et que d’autres États s’engagent à leur tour. Ces conditions réunies, la Nouvelle-Zélande a donc décidé de maintenir son objectif.L’accord signé à Copenhague invitait les États signataires à présenter leur plan de réduction des émissions de GES d’ici le 31 janvier. Cinquante-cinq pays dont les 27 de l’Union européenne, les États-Unis, le Canada, le Brésil, le Japon ou encore l’Inde, ont respecté cette date butoir. Mais d’après les experts du climat, leurs engagements actuels ne sont pas suffisants pour limiter le réchauffement à 2°C.Le 3 février 2010 à 10:15 • Emmanuel Perrin
The Maryhill Winery tasting room is set to make its grand debut at The Waterfront Vancouver this weekend. Owners Craig and Vicki Leuthold kicked things off Thursday with a media and industry preview night.“It’s very rewarding to see it full of people,” said Vicki Leuthold.The 5,000-square-foot space has undergone a radical transformation in just a few months. A vintage-style bar dominates the main wall opposite the kitchen serving window and a stage for musical performances. Rows of shelves hold hundreds of bottles of wine in the center of the tasting room.“We had to make a few tweaks along the way, but everything was pretty much as we envisioned it,” said Craig Leuthold.On the riverfront side, dozens of tables have been installed both inside and on the outdoor patio, for a total guest capacity of 300, according to Craig Leuthold. The private wine club member lounge has opened, complete with its own bar and seating area and a wall-size image of the winery’s barrel room in the Columbia River Gorge.Most of the guests Thursday were distributors, partners and friends in the wine industry, and the space looked like it was quickly filling to capacity as guests made their way to the main bar counter. Light music on the tasting room speakers eventually gave way to a live performance from the room’s stage area.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Over 2000 unemployed, liquidators make them redundant Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, 24 Sept 2015 – Court-appointed Joint Provisional Liquidators for Baha Mar KRyS-Global (Bahamas) and UK-based AlixPartners today delivered good news to more than 2,000 Baha Mar employees – they have secured funding to pay salaries and employee benefits.The news came in the form of a letter addressed to staffers of several Baha Mar-related companies, including those working for Baha Mar Ltd., Baha Mar Land Holdings Ltd., Cable Beach Resorts Ltd., Baha Mar Enterprises Ltd., BMP Three Ltd., Baha Mar Properties Ltd. and BMP Golf Ltd.According to Edmund Rahming of KRyS-Global and Alastair Beveridge and Nick Cropper of AlixPartners, consistent efforts that began with their appointment on September 4 have resulted in funding that will cover all salaries and benefits from the time of that appointment.“This will mean that for the payroll due to be paid this week, employees who are paid on a monthly payroll cycle will receive payment for the period 4 September to 30 September 2015, a period of 27 days; and employees paid on a bi-weekly payroll cycle will receive payment due in respect of the two week period 7 September to 20 September 2015,” they said.The Joint Provisional Liquidators also assured employees that they intend to meet all employee benefits, including pension entitlements, accruing from the date of their appointment onwards and they will be taking steps to ensure that existing medical insurance coverage is maintained.Employee benefits which have accrued but are unpaid in relation to the period prior to 4 September 2015 will remain outstanding until additional funding can be secured.As previously advised, employees of Meliá Nassau Beach Hotel will continue to be paid their salary and benefits in the ordinary course of business.“The Provisional Liquidators appreciate that this is a difficult time for all employees,” the letter said. “Please be assured that the Provisional Liquidators are continuing their efforts to work with key stakeholders in order to identify the most appropriate way forward.” Related Items:baha mar, liquidator Recommended for you Statement On Baha Mar By The Bahamas Attorney General And Minister Of Legal Affairs Baha Mar liquidators dismiss over 2,000
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PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Police say a man is wounded after an officer-involved shooting in North Portland that occurred during an “active tactical incident.”The Oregonian reports gunfire broke out at about 9:30 p.m. Tuesday as the Washington County sheriff’s tactical negotiations team and the Portland Police Bureau’s gang enforcement team approached a house.Police Bureau spokesman Sgt. Pete Simpson says the teams intended to serve a search warrant involving an earlier gang-related shooting.The officers exchanged shots with a person in a nearby house. It wasn’t immediately clear who fired first.Simpson says no officers were injured, but a wounded man was taken to an area hospital. It was unclear if that man was the shooter.Simpson says officers expected to remain in the area of North Fiske Street and Woolsey Avenue into the night. But he says they’re not searching for a suspect and have deemed the area secure.
According to the Florida Highway Patrol, Norton was behind the wheel of a black 2017 Ford F-250 when he made an improper lane change along the westbound lanes near the Palmetto Expressway, July 4.As a result, officials said, Norton crashed into a car and a concrete barrier wall.His injuries were so severe that his left arm had to be amputated. He underwent several surgeries during the two weeks he spent at the hospital.Norton said he looks forward to being fitted with a prosthetic arm and moving on with his life.A spokesperson with the Dolphins said the team and the NFL are covering all medical expenses for Norton’s injuries.Now that his NFL career has come to an end, it remains unknown what Norton’s source of income will be going forward.His agent has set up a GoFundMe page for anyone who would like to help. As of Thursday evening, the site has raised more than $22,000. MIAMI (WSVN) – Miami Dolphins player Kendrick Norton has been released from the hospital two weeks after a crash on the Dolphin Expressway caused his left arm to be amputated.7News cameras captured the 22-year-old walking out of the Clark Diagnostic Treatment Center at Jackson Memorial Hospital, Thursday afternoon.“I just want to give a big thank you, first of all to God for still being here,” he said.Norton took the opportunity to commend the Dolphins and the staff at JMH.“Jackson Medical Center, they did a great job, and next I want to thank the Miami Dolphins family. It’s crazy how much help they’ve been willing to give,” he said.The defensive tackle had reached out to friends and fans on social media, Wednesday.“Y’all stay tuned, stay tuned, I’ll be keeping y’all updated,” he said in a video posted to Instagram. “Everyone has been showing so much love, and I really appreciate it, and I just want to thank everyone and let everyone know how much I appreciate it,” said Norton. “They are a big part of why I am out this early, and I just wanted to give a big thank you to everyone.”Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
WILMINGTON, MA — Louise M. (Wehler) Smith, age 91, of Tewksbury, formerly a long-time resident of Wilmington, passed away peacefully on December 17th, 2018, surrounded by her loving family.Daughter of the late Frank and Dorothy (Doyle) Wehler, loving mother of Kathleen Breen & her husband Thomas of Billerica, Norma Duggan & her husband Robert of Kingston, NH and the late Valerie Smith, cherished “Nana” of Lisa Moran & her husband Richard, Thomas Breen III, Wesley Breen & Mary Getchell, Jill Duggan & Matthew Kirchoff, Jamie Duggan & Glenn Preston and the late Robert Duggan, Jr, cherished “GG” of Kaiylee, Allyson, Julien, Kyleigh, Boston and Jaylynn, dear sister of Martha McLaughlin of Melrose, Richard Wehler of San Diego and the late Doris Burns. Louise is also survived by many nieces, nephews and friends.Family and friends will gather for a Funeral Service at the Nichols Funeral Home, 187 Middlesex Ave., (Rt 62), Wilmington, on Thursday, December 27th, at 11:00 a.m. Interment to follow in Wildwood Cemetery. Visiting hours will be held on Wednesday, December 26th, from 4-8 p.m. at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Louise’s name can be made to the American Heart Association, 300 5th Avenue, Suite 6, Waltham, MA 02451.Louise M. (Wehler) Smith(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 email@example.com.Thank You To Our Sponsor: WOW Factor Auto Detailing Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedOBITUARY: Marie J. (Ciampa) Cummings, 81In “Obituaries”OBITUARY: Lucille C. (Enos) Gilson, 77In “Obituaries”OBITUARY: Maureen F. (McKenna) McHugh, 80In “Obituaries”
Amitabh Bachchan, Taapsee Pannu and Sujoy Ghosh on sets of BadlaPR HandoutSujoy Ghosh’s Badla has been faring extremely well at the box office adding to the list of successful content-driven films this year. Hailed by the critics for its gripping narrative, the edge of the seat thriller has left the audience engaged through its interesting twists and turns.After the stupendous run of URI: The Surgical Strike and Gully Boy, Amitabh Bachchan and Taapsee Pannu starrer Badla has taken over the box office successfully.The crime thriller has been touted as one of the best gripping thrillers of Bollywood owing to its tight and clear narrative with no beating around the bush and the remarkable performances.Expressing his joy, Sujoy Ghosh said, “I am exhilarated by the phenomenal love showered on the film. It has been an enticing journey and I am glad that the audience has not just acknowledged the effort but also showcased immense love for the film.”The acceptance of the audience to the film has the trade pandits as well as distributors in awe.Ashish Saksena, COO – Cinemas, BookMyShow said, “With supremely talented actors, a gripping story, Badla has opened to a great start and an even more impressive word of mouth which has sustained the film even on the weekdays. BookMyShow has seen a phenomenal response for the film in its opening weekend and we are pleased to have contributed 48% to Badla’s overall box-office collections. Badla is yet another winner from Red Chillies’ stable and we anticipate the film to pick further pace in the coming week.”Leading multiplex directors have also hailed the response to Badla, touting it as a catalyst to the ongoing box office success.”Badla is a big boost for the movie business. Its been a fairly robust year at the box office so far and Badla’s success has continued the momentum forward. The industry is slowly but surely moving in the direction of strong female character led films and audiences are loving it!”, said Kamal Gianchadani, CEO – PVR Pictures and chief of strategy, PVR LTD.The Chief Programming Officer of INOX Leisure, Rajender Singh said, “Badla is performing very well at across INOX multiplexes. The film received positive reviews from critics as well as audiences and it picked up from Friday evening because of strong word-of-mouth. The audience is appreciating the stellar performances of Amitabh Bachchan, Taapsee and Amrita Singh. The box office of Badla at INOX on Sunday was more than double from Friday. The film is holding very strong on weekdays and is expected to do well in the 2nd weekend as well”.Devang Sampat, director of strategic initiatives of Cinepolis said, “Badla has proven to be a classic example of the shift in content consumption of the Indian audience. One more feather in the hat for Bollywood’s blockbuster year of 2019.”The crime thriller revolves around Taapsee Pannu’s character Naina Sethi, a high profile business person, who gets stuck in a murder trial. After her extramarital affair is exposed, things go haywire in her life as her lover gets murdered.Playing Badal Gupta, a lawyer to Naina, Amitabh Bachchan has recreated the magic of Pink.Also starring Amrita Singh, Tony Luke and Manav Kaul in supporting roles, Badla has been gauging appreciation for the remarkable performances.Badla is presented by Red Chillies Entertainment in association with Azure Entertainment, Co-produced by Gaurav Verma and produced by Gauri Khan, Sunir Kheterpal and Akshai Puri, the crime thriller is directed by Sujoy Ghosh, starring Amitabh Bachchan and Taapsee Pannu in the lead roles is running successfully in theatres.
Einsteinian relativity seemed to be a modern breakthrough: he had derived his theories from ideas and mathematics that were new at the time. The Lorentz transformations had just been discovered in 1895, and he derived a new velocity addition law using calculus (both of these concepts describe how observers in different reference frames perceive each other). Further, Einstein based his theories on the assumption that the speed of light, c, is constant, and used gedanken (“thought”) experiments involving light rays to reach his conclusions. Now Joel Gannett, a Senior Scientist in the Applied Research Area of Telcordia Technologies in Red Bank, New Jersey, has found that Einstein didn’t have to do the work the hard way. A researcher in optical networking technologies, Gannett has shown that the Lorentz transformations and velocity addition law can be derived without assuming the constancy of the speed of light, without thought experiments, and without calculus. In this case, Einsteinian relativity could have been discovered several centuries before Einstein.“Einsteinian Relativity is difficult to wrap your mind around,” Gannett told PhysOrg.com. “It does not help that Einstein’s seminal 1905 paper, and many discussions of the topic since, start off with the wildly counterintuitive assumption that the speed of light is constant in all inertial frames. “My work shows that the essential strangeness of Einsteinian Relativity falls out of simple, intuitive assumptions using simple math. A pre-calculus high school student could have derived Einsteinian Relativity. Admittedly, some of the math in my paper might seem beyond the high school level, but that was because I was proving continuity from a boundedness assumption. One could bypass this math by simply assuming continuity, a logical step that would probably feel comfortable to most any high schooler or 17th century scientist.”Gannett is not the first person to suggest that a simpler path to modern relativity might exist. In 2003, Palash Pal of the Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics in Calcutta, India showed that the Lorentz transformations could be derived without assuming the constancy of c and without thought experiments; in fact, scientists had noted this possibility as far back as 1910. After Einstein developed his theories of special and general relativity, in 1905 and 1916, respectively, the world of physics changed dramatically. The theories, with their groundbreaking ideas on space and time, helped lead 20th century scientists to unlock the secrets of the atom and unleash the power of nuclear energy. Galileo discovered “Galilean relativity.” He had the tools to allow him—in theory—to discover Einsteinian relativity, as well. (Original portrait of Galileo painted by Justus Sustermans in 1636.) Explore further Citation: Relativity Derived Without Calculus — Possibly Centuries Ago (2007, October 8) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2007-10-relativity-derived-calculus-possibly.html To reach his derivation, Pal invoked the ideas that spacetime is homogeneous and isotropic. Pal titled his paper “Nothing but relativity”; after reading it, Gannett has called his paper “Nothing but relativity, redux,” which is published in a recent issue of the European Journal of Physics. However, Gannett explains that his derivation actually bypasses the principle of relativity altogether—instead, he assumes the simpler idea of reciprocity. “The current paper might have been titled ‘Nothing but relativity, and not that either,’ or perhaps ‘Nothing but reciprocity,” he writes, emphasizing the point.“One of the issues I raise in my paper is, why make a heavyweight assumption such as relativity when in fact all you need for the derivation is reciprocity?” he explains. “I don’t need the fact that the laws of physics are the same for you on the speeding train and me on the platform (i.e., relativity). All I need is reciprocity.”Gannett uses the common analogy of the train to explain reciprocity: “Suppose you are on a train and I am on the platform waving goodbye. Suppose I measure your speed relative to me as 30 mph. Looking back at me, you would judge that I am moving away from you at 30 mph as well. If we both had police radar guns to measure our relative speeds with great accuracy, we would both come up with the same number (say, 29.6 mph). That’s reciprocity. In the presence of isotropy, which is one of my other key assumptions, relativity implies reciprocity.”Instead of using calculus to derive the spacetime transformations, Gannett uses two basic concepts from mathematical topology: density and continuity. Using these concepts, he demonstrates how the spacetime coordinates of one reference frame (e.g. the train) can be mapped to the spacetime coordinates of a second reference frame (e.g. the platform), accounting for the distorted lengths and times that occur at high speeds.The density concept means that any irrational number (such as the number π) can be approximated to arbitrary closeness by a rational number (those with a finite number of digits or digits that repeat). The second concept, continuity, means that a function maps “close-by” points to “close-by” points. From these concepts he derives a linear homogeneous function, or a matrix, to connect the coordinates of the two reference frames. Gannett explains that proving that spacetime is linear is a vital point to make before reaching Pal’s derivation. He also notes that Einstein had glossed over this important point in his paper on special relativity.“Einstein merely stated that homogeneity (i.e., the uniformity of space and time) clearly implied linearity,” he says. “With the level of mathematics I was applying in my paper, I could fairly easily get to the point where one could assert linearity in a mythical universe where coordinates exist only as rational numbers, and we consider only rational scalings. But since the days of Pythagoras this would not be considered adequate. Because rational numbers can approximate irrational numbers to any desired degree of accuracy, continuity provides the final logical link that lets you assert linearity of the spacetime mapping.”Finally, invoking the ideas of the cosmological principle that the universe is isotropic and reciprocal, Gannett demonstrates that four basic properties of the mapping functions directly follow. From that point, Pal’s equations finish deriving the Lorentz transformation and velocity addition law using only algebra and basic physical considerations.What if Galileo, back in the 17th century, had derived the principles of Einstein’s relativity? Would the history of science progress been different? Gannett doesn’t think so.“If Galileo had derived it, Occam’s razor [‘the law of simplicity’] would have impelled him to discard Einsteinian relativity as a needlessly complex mathematical curiosity that was not required to resolve any outstanding issues known to 17th century science,” he predicts.In Einstein’s time, things were different. Newton’s classical mechanics clashed with Maxwell’s equations of electromagnetism, which date from 1861. With the ideas in special relativity, which showed that electrodynamics obeyed relativity, Einstein replaced the old spacetime model from Newtonian mechanics and solved a major challenge of the early 20th century.Citation: Gannett, Joel W. “Nothing but relativity, redux.” European Journal of Physics, 28 (2007) 1145-1150.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. 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Why aren’t there more Microsoft Edge extensions? by Martin Brinkmann on September 23, 2016 in Internet Explorer – Last Update: July 05, 2017 – 46 commentsOne of the big new features of the Anniversary Update was extension support in Windows 10’s default system browser Microsoft Edge.Microsoft showcased several of the extensions during development of the Anniversary Update for Windows 10, and got at least some users excited about the prospect of running ad blockers, password managers and other useful tools in Edge directly.The update launched with about ten extensions for Edge that were listed in Windows Store.Two months later, you will notice that the situation has not changed, at all. The same extensions are offered in Windows Store, and not a single new one has been added to the list in the meantime.Additionally, it is quite difficult to open the extensions page when browsing the Store. The most reliable way of getting there is to open Edge, select Menu > Extensions > Get Extensions from the Store.Why are not there more Microsoft Edge extensions?If you check the existing extensions, you will notice that they are either created directly by Microsoft, or created by partners that Microsoft worked with during development.The main reason why not a single new extension has been added to the list since the release of the Anniversary Update is that the process of publishing extensions to Windows Store is not ready yet.Microsoft did not reveal information on when it is going to allow extension developers to push their extensions to Store.While that is the main reason why there are not more extensions for Edge available, other factors may play a role as well.We don’t know how many developers have started to develop extensions for Edge. It seems likely that the bulk plans to port existing extensions to Edge, but there is no data on that at all.It makes sense for developers to publish their extensions for Edge. Assuming that Edge got a market share of 5% or so, it is the third largest browser user-wise that supports extensions (after Google Chrome and Firefox).At least some extensions are listed in Store but not yet available. This is true for Turn Off the Lights for Microsoft Edge for instance, which has a store listing but is not yet available for download. It is likely that those extensions are created by partners as well.Closing WordsThe gates are not open yet for all developers. It seems likely that extensions will see a big increase if Microsoft will open up the Store for all extension developers.It won’t come anywhere near the numbers of Firefox or Chrome though, and it seems unlikely that these levels will be reached.What is likely going to happen though is that the most popular extensions will become available for Edge eventually (either as a direct port, or a third-party extension that mimics the functionality).Now You: Are you using extensions in Microsoft Edge?SummaryArticle NameWhy are not there more Microsoft Edge extensions?DescriptionThe article discusses why there are not more extensions available for Microsoft Edge currently in the Windows 10 Windows Store.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisement
The statement quoted fund Chairman Sir Franklin Berman of Britain as saying the fund recognized claims amounting to about $1.5 billion (nearly 1.2 billion euros). Because it was able to pay out only a fraction of that due to its limited finances, he said the compensation could thus only be seen as a “late gesture of reconciliation.”(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths VIENNA (AP) – An Austrian fund to compensate victims of Nazi persecution is shutting down after paying out $210 million (nearly 168 million euros) _ for just a fraction of the claims it recognized over its 11 years of existence.A statement from the Reparation Fund for the Victims of National Socialism said Tuesday that it is ending its work after dealing with the last of 20,702 applications since starting work in 2001. Top Stories Comments Share 5 things to look for when selecting an ophthalmologist Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family Natural spring cleaning tips and tricks for your home Sponsored Stories Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates The difference between men and women when it comes to pain More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements
Adapting to Change in Daily Dose, Featured, News, Servicing May 29, 2017 960 Views Kickstart Program Mat Ishbia Mortgage Brokers Mortgage Lenders Wholesale Mortgage Industry Wholesale Mortgages 2017-05-29 Rachel Williams Share Mat Ishbia, President and CEO of United Wholesale Mortgage, spoke with MReport on how mortgage lenders and brokers can adapt to the changing climate. According to Ishbia, the industry is not in the same place it was just five years ago, and drastic changes are sure to continue into the coming years. How has wholesale mortgages changed, and what can we expect in the future?What challenges will mortgage professionals face this year?Obviously the easy answer to tell you is that rates went up since post-election. And so one challenge will be adapting in the purchase environment.But the biggest challenge I would talk about is two-fold—the first part is mortgage professionals adapting to the new technologies in the market, and the second pertains to how mortgage professionals acclimate to the market dynamics.As part of this, it is important to understand that the way business was done in the past is not the way it’s going to be done in the future. Adaption is key. A lot of times, loan officers are set in their ways. I think what we’ve seen is a lot of them have evolved and have been thriving in the new technology and sometimes, they have not.Wholesale lending is becoming a bigger channel and so a lot of the retail people—retail loan officers and people that work at banks—are converting over to brokers because wholesale is starting to really thrive, and people are seeing that there’s more options as a loan officer. Over in the broker world, there’s better pricing, better products, better everything. That’s the other one.What will make a loan officer successful in the face of these challenges?The biggest thing is that loan officers need to be open to change. Are retail loan officers open to working in a mortgage broker shop? There is a lot of opportunity for career growth in the wholesale channel, as they can work with more lenders and have access to more loan options to attract a greater number of clients. Are entrepreneurial-minded loan officers interested in going out on their own and opening their own broker shop? The KickStart program that we gave NAMB [National Association of Mortgage Brokers] $500,000 to help launch grants individual loan officers with up to $10,000 in seed money to start their own independent mortgage business. Another thing is, are loan officers willing and capable of adapting to technology? Change is the biggest challenge for mortgage professionals this year and I’d even say in 2018, as well.Speaking of change, in what ways has wholesale lending changed over time?It’s changed so much. About five years ago, it was probably in its biggest dip of all time, from post-crisis to where it was at in 2011 and 2012. It’s really been on the upswing since, and it’s going to be continuing to thrive.Post-crisis, there was a lot of uncertainty in the industry. There were new regulations introduced that people thought were going to hurt mortgage brokers. So everyone went running for cover to originate loans for banks and retail lenders. Wholesale lending has changed over the last five years or so, from people not knowing what was going to happen to mortgage brokers to, all of a sudden, those loan officers who switched to retail are looking around and seeing that brokers are still thriving.Today, lenders in the wholesale space are taking on more of a leadership approach to helping brokers grow their business – things like marketing, compliance and technology. Wholesale lenders are essentially doing everything that retail branches do, but loan officers at broker shops aren’t captive to just one. They have the ability to shop around and find lenders with the best pricing and service for each client.How do you predict 2017 will stack up compared to last year?At UWM, we did $23 billion last year. We’re going to do more business in 2017 than we did in 2016, and that’s not going to be the common trend. The credit for that doesn’t just go to us, but also to our brokers, who are doing a great job and are also going to do more business.A lot of lenders that will see less business in 2017 than they did last year are the ones that were focused exclusively on the refi, or focused on servicer-to-servicer refinances. Those loans are a lot less likely to be refinanced because people have a lower rate on their loan than they can actually get today. I think you’ll also see a lot of mortgage brokers do more business in 2017. The purchase market will be a huge percentage of the business and, if lenders didn’t adapt and change with the market, they’ll get left behind.What about looking five years ahead? What can we expect from the wholesale mortgage industry at that point?The next five years are going to see even more change, where I think the broker market won’t get back to the 50 percent it used to be, but it’ll go back up to 20 percent or higher in 2020, 2022, based on all these changes.
by The Associated Press Posted Jan 25, 2019 10:20 am PDT MEXICO CITY — The U.S. State Department has confirmed that American comedian Kevin Barnett has died in the Mexican border city of Tijuana.The department did not give any cause of death and declined to make any further comment out of respect for the family.On Sunday, Barnett posted an Instagram photo of himself standing on a street in Mexico wearing a poncho he said bought to keep warm.The entertainment news site E! News reported Barnett died of a hemorrhage due to pancreatitis.Barnett starred in the Fox sitcom “Rel.”The Associated Press AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email US comedian Kevin Barnett died in Mexican city of Tijuana
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she has a quick breakfast with coffee and changes into a tank top and capris from Old Navy before taking a 45-minute cycling class Weiner a 40-year-old writer and attorney who lives in Florida had a particularly memorable ride on a Friday morning this past January The instructor blared Weiner’s favorite songs and offered strong motivational cues to the entire class Weiner watched the calorie count on her stationary bike skyrocket and found her name rising on the leaderboard that tracks participants’ performances As she stepped off the bike drenched in sweat the “incredible” sense of pride she felt set the tone for the rest of her day That arc of accomplishment is precisely why many people pay hefty fees at boutique studios instead of exercising at traditional gyms But Weiner wasn’t at SoulCycle or Flywheel two popular indoor-cycling studios with locations around the country She was at home in her dining room cranking away on Peloton’s high-end high-tech stationary bike equipped with a massive 22-in touchscreen positioned between the handlebars The device streams live and on-demand classes to hundreds of thousands of cyclists at home After some debate she purchased the bike last Thanksgiving weekend mostly for convenience’s sake “It’s not the standard piece of gym equipment that [becomes] a clothes hanger and collects dust” Weiner says “You feel like you’re actually in the studio” Becoming a “member” as Peloton’s CEO John Foley refers to customers isn’t cheap Bikes cost $1995 and if you want to ride along to classes you have to pay a $39 monthly fee But that hasn’t stopped the company which was founded in 2012 from building a fervent following that includes ordinary folks like Weiner as well as celebrities like Leslie Jones and Kate Hudson In fact Peloton has been so successful that it’s joined the unicorn club–a moniker given to startups valued at $1 billion or higher–and in the fall it will release a $3995 treadmill with an even larger touchscreen called the Tread Peloton is just one albeit very popular example of the latest revamp of the home gym so crowded with the evidence of previous trends and the best intentions: old-school stationary bikes treadmills and heavy bags The bet this time is that the famously permeable interface between technology and human will goad fitness enthusiasts to forgo studios for workouts they can follow online Fitness companies and exercise gurus have launched a wide range of at-home options and most don’t require large up-front costs A business called FORTË films classes and streams them to smartphones laptops and TVs for $39 per month or $288 per year Training apps such as Booya Fitness and Beachbody have cultlike followings and studios across the country from Nicole Winhoffer’s NW Method in New York and Los Angeles to Mary Helen Bowers’ New York-based Ballet Beautiful offer streaming and on-demand classes too Even large apparel companies like Nike and gym chains like Gold’s Gym have launched workout routines that play in the palm of your hand Peloton’s production technicians Samantha Pirrello left and Joe Palagonia edit a live stream of Arzon’s cycling class in New York City for riders at home Bryan Derballa for TIME Some 82% of health-club clients also work out at home and 63% of them do so using apps or other digital platforms according to the International Health Racquet and Sportsclub Association (IHRSA) citing data from workout provider Les Mills The American College of Sports Medicine doesn’t have exact figures on this rising movement yet but its president Walter Thompson says “Because the popularity of these programs has increased we can only assume that more people are actually using them” As anyone who’s ever owned a Tae Bo VHS knows exercise fads can fade quickly But if streaming workouts are in their infancy they seem to have one thing going for them: ubiquity For every glitzy option like Peloton there’s a dozen free or low-cost apps trying to do the same thing And if the true believers are to be believed that could mean a revolution in the way we exercise First among those true believers: the fitness trainers who have become social-media stars thanks to the boom in at-home workouts Part of the reason Weiner says she was able to push herself so hard during that workout in January was Robin Arzon a popular Peloton trainer and the company’s vice president of fitness programming Arzon has more than 135000 followers on Instagram and receives thousands of messages from fans each week “Whether it’s a weight-loss journey recovering from an illness or dealing with a divorce the most impactful stories are when people rise above” Arzon says of her interactions with her followers “And they use the bike and our instructors as tools for that” Already famous health-and-wellness gurus have benefited too Tracy Anderson renowned for training celebrities has established a particularly loyal following online thanks to her streaming program TA Online Studio Searching Instagram for #TArealtime results in tens of thousands of posts from devotees sharing their workouts Although Anderson who has over 350000 followers on Instagram may be best known for her high-end clubs in New York and California that cost $900 to $1000 per month to join she says her streaming services are the “most profitable revenue stream” of her business “It’s me doing the work that I do every day with a camera filming” Social community is a large part of the reason Rachael Lawton a 38-year-old finance director based in Columbus Ohio has been taking Anderson’s classes virtually for almost a year With two children and a full-time job Lawton found that streaming made maintaining a regular fitness routine feasible She started sharing her workout experiences online to help other parents in similar situations “They need to know that there is another mom out there that gets everything done and makes time to work out” she says “It is possible” Kayla Itsines of the SWEAT app has more than 9 million followers on Instagram Like Peloton’s founders she was one of the first to realize the potential of offering at-home workouts built around an online community Her wildly popular Bikini Body Guide program which costs $1999 per month has catapulted Itsines to superstar status; she sold out a stadium with her live boot-camp workout session in 2016 and has released books based on her program Knocked Up star Katherine Heigl praised the BBG program on Instagram for helping her get back into shape after giving birth in 2016 “I found a fantastic app called #sweat that features several different #bbg programs you can choose from and makes it incredibly easy to do anywhere which for me means in my bedroom” Heigl wrote Camille MacFadyen works out in her living room to Tracy Anderson’s weekly streaming fitness class Since having her daughter MacFadyen has been doing more exercise at her home in the SoHo neighborhood of New York City CREDIT: Bryan Derballa for TIME Bryan Derballa for TIME That working out at home is cheaper than signing up for a studio membership may be the most obvious benefit of streaming besides convenience On average the monthly fees for fitness studios range between $7641 and $11813 according to the IHRSA That’s why Foley doesn’t see his equipment as being unreasonably priced especially if you’re splitting the costs with a spouse Financing the Tread for $150 per month or $110 if you already own a bike plus the $39 subscription fee for classes breaks down to either $7450 or $9450 per person when split between two people A single class at SoulCycle for example costs $28 to $40 depending on where you live If you attend more than a few classes a week the costs quickly surpass the monthly expense of owning a Peloton bike But those savings may come at a different cost according to Josh Leve founder and CEO of the Association of Fitness Studios who says some aspects of studio classes simply can’t be replicated digitally “You lose that ability to really engage and speak with the [studio] owners and feel that sense of ‘Together we can accomplish anything’” says Leve “For some people [streaming classes] works incredibly well but for so many others who crave that attention it’s not a market for them” Lauren Kleban the founder of LEKfit a dance-inspired fitness method based in Los Angeles started streaming classes in 2017 to reach more clients Her studio counts I Feel Pretty’s Busy Philipps and Shameless star Emmy Rossum as fans and scouring social media for #getlekfit returns sweaty selfies from users at home Kleban’s $1999-per-month service is so important to her business that her new flagship studio is being built with streaming in mind “Everything will be designed around camera placement client placement and of course sound and lighting are playing an even bigger role than they would have normally” she says Still Kleban takes pains to make sure that she properly connects with her streamers by holding weekly Instagram chats and attempting to learn as many of their names as possible “As an instructor I was always taught that people want to be acknowledged for what they’re doing” she says There are also safety concerns to consider when taking classes at home since participants risk incurring injuries without a professional present to coach them on their form Thompson warns To avoid this he suggests being cautious when choosing home workout programs “Pick a class that’s appropriate for you and make the changes as you go along” he says “Monitor yourself and make sure you’re physically capable of doing it” Those hoping to stay in shape on a budget also have an increasing number of options due to the rise of budget gyms like the $10-per-month Planet Fitness or Blink Fitness which offers access to dozens of gyms for $26 a month depending on the location More than two-thirds of health-club members reported paying less than $50 per month for memberships according to the IHRSA’s most recent trend report Whether streaming becomes one 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