With his beloved sitcom slated to end next month, Neil Patrick Harris, star of the long-running CBS television show “How I Met Your Mother,” will have to console himself with his crowning Friday as Hasty Pudding Man of the Year.Patrick, who was also the teenage star of the television series “Doogie Howser, M.D.,” a host of the Emmy and the Tony award shows, and a regular guest star on the television series “Glee,” visited Harvard to receive his Pudding Pot from the Hasty Pudding Theatricals.Handsomely dressed in a brown suit, Patrick arrived at the Hasty Pudding Institute of 1770 to hear all about the theatrical troupe’s origins before his evening roast in Farkas Hall.Patrick is currently in rehearsals for his Broadway turn as Hedwig in “Hedwig and the Angry Inch.”For more on the Hasty Pudding Theatricals, visit its website.
House Financial Services Chairman Jeb Hensarling, R-Texas, has joined the growing list of speakers for NAFCU’s Congressional Caucus, which takes place Sept. 14-17 in Washington.Hensarling has been leading House efforts to roll back the Dodd-Frank Act – including NAFCU-backed measures to create a five-person commission to lead CFPB – with emphasis on the need for regulatory relief for community-based financial institutions. He is scheduled to speak to Caucus participants the morning of Sept. 17.Also joining the Sept. 17 speaker slate are Rep. Brad Sherman, D-Calif., a member of House Financial Services and the lead Democrat on H.R. 989, the “Capital Access for Small Businesses and Jobs Act.” This NAFCU-backed measure would authorize NCUA to allow credit unions more access to supplemental capital.Jennifer Shasky-Calvery, director of the Treasury Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, is slated to speak to Caucus attendees Sept. 15. Shasky-Calvery leads the federal government’s enforcement of Bank Secrecy Act anti-money laundering rules, including requirements on currency transaction and suspicious activity reporting. continue reading » 11SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
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Image Courtesy: Instagram(@zareennikhat)/IANSAdvertisement r2NBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsj2rlweWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Eoxirk( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) swuWould you ever consider trying this?😱982Can your students do this? 🌚4tmRoller skating! Powered by Firework Nikhat Zareen, the flyweight boxer from Nizamabad took it to the platform of Twitter to request a trial for the 2020 AFC Women’s Olympic Qualifying Tournament, in the form of an official letter to Kiren Rijiju , the Minister of Sports and Youth Affairs, who now has has finally prompted a reply to her petition.aAdvertisement Image Courtesy: Instagram(@zareennikhat)/IANSNikhat, the 23 year old who is currently pursuing a degree in Bachelor of Arts at AV College, wrote a formal tweet along with the official letter to the sports minister, requesting a trial in the 51 kg category against the country’s superstar pugilist MC Mary Kom to have a chance to perform at the Olympic qualifier in Wuhan, China in February 2020.The 2nd India Open International Boxing Tournament silver medalist tweeted yesterday: “All I want is a fair chance. If I’m not given the opporunity to compete what am I training for. Sports is about Fair Play & I dont want to loose faith in my country. Jai Hind.”Advertisement Her post got massive social media attention and support, including the likes of former professional shooter and Olympic champion Abhinav Bindra and Olympian Shiva Keshavan, and soon came into Rijiju’s attention.The Saffron party minister replied to Nikhat’s plea today, stating “I’ll surely convey to Boxing Federation to take the best decision keeping in mind the best interest of the NATION, SPORTS & ATHLETES. Although, Minister should not be involved in the selection of the players by the Sports Federations which are autonomous as per OLYMPIC CHARTER”Advertisement Previously, the Boxing Federation of India decided that all male World Championship medalists, but only the gold and silver female medalists will get direct entry into Olympic qualifiers, as according to them, some women boxing categories in the World Championships were not as competitive as their male counterparts. Nikhat was a victim of this policy, as her qualifier event in August was cancelled. Advertisement
Reason number three, Trevor Linden and the NHL Players’ Association.Trevor Linden is regarded as a Vancouver Canucks hero. In 2008, his jersey was retired as a symbol of how meaningful his career as a Vancouver Canuck has been to the fans and franchise. Linden not only led the Canucks to game seven in the Stanley Cup Finals with a work ethic that legends are made of, he also worked on behalf of all players in the NHL Players’ Association.In the two countries where NHL teams are located, the U.S. (24 teams) and Canada (6 teams), the disparity between the rich and poor is growing considerably. Right now in the U.S., the top one-hundredth of one percent make an average of $27 million per household, while the average income for the bottom 90 percent is $31,244 (6). Similarly, within the past 12 years in Canada, there’s been a 444 per cent salary increase for the country’s top CEOs. The top 10 earners collected $330.3 million in 2007 from $60.7 million in 1995 (7).Hockey players go on the ice every night and give 100% for their teammates, their communities, and the millions of fans that look up to and draw inspiration from them. Just like working class women and men, hockey players deserve a fair wage. Trevor Linden’s work on behalf of NHL players in the NHL Players’ Association is tantamount to his work on-ice as the Canuck’s captain. During the 2004-05 NHL lockout, Linden worked tirelessly to ensure a fair deal between players and the owners was reached. As the disparity between the rich and poor continues to grow, we can look to the hard work of the Vancouver Canuck hero Trevor Linden as an inspiration to work towards a more egalitarian society, where wealth is more evenly distributed. The work of these players off the ice, compounded with their hard work, skills and determination demonstrated on the ice, gives us even more reason to celebrate the Vancouver Canucks. For their work with international solidarity, sick children, collective bargaining, positioning, passing, hitting, saving, and scoring, we have many reasons to love the Vancouver Canucks.Michael Scott is an activist and blogger from Robson, BC. This article originally appeared in his blog.References:1. http://yvesengler.com/2010/10/20/un-vote-reveals-what-world-thinks-of-ca…2. http://www.thehockeynews.com/articles/34464-THNcom-Blog-Hamhuis-hopes-people-dont-forget-about-Haiti.html3.http://www.theprovince.com/business/shamed+global+stage+legislated+poverty/3921119/story.html4. http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/ph-sp/determinants/determinants-eng.php#income5. http://www.theprovince.com/sports/sedins+donate+million+toward+children+…6. http://motherjones.com/politics/2011/02/income-inequality-in-america-chart-graph7. http://www2.macleans.ca/2009/05/01/the-rising-salaries-of-canadas-top-50…8. http://bcchf.wordpress.com/2010/03/11/bc-childrens-scores-a-goal-with-the-help-of-the-sedins/9. http://canucks.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=453227 As I write this, the Vancouver Canucks are in the number one spot in the National Hockey League (NHL). Canucks forward Daniel Sedin currently has the most points in the league, and his twin brother Henrik has the third most points (Henrik won the Hart Trophy for most points in the NHL last season). The Sedins are not the only reason why many feel the Canucks have a great shot at the coveted Stanley Cup this season, the Canucks goalie Roberto Luongo is fresh off leading Team Canada to a gold medal in Vancouver last year, and continues to have an extraordinary winning record. With the additions of Keith Ballard and Dan Hamhuis, the depth of the Canucks defense is impressive. Also, the Sedin brothers are not the only forwards finding the back of the net: many forwards, including Ryan Kesler, are having an outstanding season.There is no question about it, the Vancouver Canucks are an exciting team to watch this season based solely on their on-ice achievements. However, I am going to give fans of hockey and social justice three more reasons to love the Vancouver Canucks.Reason number one, Dan Hamhuis and Haiti.In 2004, Canada helped back a coup against Haiti’s democratically elected President, Jean-Bertrand Aristide. This was an unfortunate decision, as it helped to further destabilize Haiti politically, instead of allowing Haiti to address the country’s immense poverty (Haiti is the second poorest country in the western hemisphere). Thus, on January 12, 2010, when a massive earthquake struck Haiti, the country suffered greatly due to the magnitude of the natural earthquake, as well as the country’s political turmoil and extensive poverty.Again, Canadian politicians were offside in responding to Haiti’s plight. Instead of sending emergency rescue teams trained to deal with disasters like earthquakes, Canada militarized its aid to Haiti. If I was ever trapped under a building, I would want an expert in search and rescue, backed by acute health care professionals sent to help me, not experts in hand to hand combat and the use of firearms (1). Thus, when the Vancouver Canucks’ Dan Hamhuis visited Haiti in June 2010, half a year after the earthquake, the country was still in ruins (2). Unlike the armed soldiers Canada sent to Haiti, Dan Hamhuis went to Haiti armed with sports equipment donated by local stores from his home town of Smithers, BC; Hamhuis went down with an open mind and a good heart to show solidarity with the Haitian peoples and to raise awareness to their ongoing struggle. Canadian politicians can learn a lot from the Vancouver Canucks blue liner, Dan Hamhuis.Reason number two, the Sedin brothers and Vancouver Children’s Hospital.Vancouver is world-renowned. It consistently gets voted one of the world’s most livable cities. Nevertheless, Vancouver has its problems. It is the largest city in the province of British Columbia and BC has the country’s highest child poverty rate (one out of every ten children live in poverty) and the lowest minimum wage in the country: $8 and it hasn’t increased in ten years (3).Health Canada states that income is the number one determinant of health (4), as such, one out of every ten children in BC have the odds stacked against them for maintaining good health status; however, where the politicians and policy makers of British Columbia have failed the children of BC, good people like the Sedin brothers have helped.In March 2010, Daniel and Henrik donated $1.5 million dollars towards the new B.C. Children’s Hospital (5). This money was donated quietly, with not too many people knowing about it (there was no “Sedin action plan” sign plastered for all to see following the donation).The Sedins came to Vancouver ten years ago, and they have ignited the province on and off the ice. On the other hand, the province’s politicians have stagnated the minimum wage for ten years, compromising the health of the province’s people, including children. BC politicians and employers can learn a lot from the compassion of the Vancouver Canucks elite forwards, Daniel and Henrik Sedin.
THREE-TIME ECLIPSE CHAMP BEHOLDER AND RIVAL STELLAR WIND HEAD ZENYATTA NOMS; VICTORY IN EACH RACE GIVES THE WINNER A FEES-PAID BERTH IN CORRESPONDING BC EVENT ARCADIA, Calif. (Sept. 23, 2016)–Nominations for five Breeders’ Cup “Win and You’re In” Challenge races to be run on Oct. 1 closed on Thursday at Santa Anita, with superstar California Chrome heading a list of 20 three year olds and up considering the $300,000 Awesome Again Stakes at 1 1/8 miles, final prep for the $6 million Breeders’ Cup Classic at The Great Race Place on Nov. 5.Three-time Eclipse Champion Beholder heads a list of 13 fillies and mares nominated to the $300,000 mile and one sixteenth Zenyatta Stakes, final prep for the $2 million Breeders’ Cup Distaff Nov. 4. In search of a record fourth Zenyatta win, Beholder is expected to face rival Eclipse winner Stellar Wind, as the two have traded punches twice this year–with six year old Beholder winning the Grade I Vanity Mile at Santa Anita on June 4, and Stellar Wind, last year’s Eclipse Award winning 3-year-old filly, upsetting Beholder in the Grade I Clement Hirsch at Del Mar July 30.North America’s all-time leading money earner with $13,252,650, 5-year-old California Chrome, a winner of the 2014 Santa Anita and Kentucky Derbies, comes off a smashing score in the Grade I Pacific Classic Aug. 20 and has now won five races in a row, including the $10 million Dubai World Cup on March 26. Trained by Art Sherman and owned by California Chrome, LLC, the California-bred horse by Lucky Pulpit is tentatively scheduled to begin stud duty at Taylor Made Farm in Kentucky following the inaugural $12,000,000 Pegasus World Cup at Gulfstream Park on Jan. 28.Other notable nominees for Santa Anita’s Breeders’ Cup “Win and You’re In” Challenge Day Oct. 1 include:FrontRunner Stakes, for 2-year-olds at 1 1/16 miles, 43 nominations –Recent Grade I Del Mar Futurity winner Klimt heads this group. Trained by Baffert and owned by Kaleem Shah, Inc., the Kentucky-bred colt by Quality Road has won three out of his four starts and will try two turns for the first time.–Third to Klimt in the Del Mar Futurity, Midnight Pleasure, who is trained by Shelbe Ruis, will make his third start in the FrontRunner.–Trained by Simon Callaghan, Plum Dandy has the advantage of breaking his maiden at one mile on Aug. 25. Owned by Spendthrift Farm, LLC, the Kentucky-bred by Medaglia d’Oro will be making his third start.Chandelier Stakes, for 2-year-old fillies at 1 1/16 miles, 44 nominations –A full sister to 2015 Triple Crown winner American Pharoah, Zayat Stables’ homebred American Cleopatra disappointed when second as the favorite in the Grade I Del Mar Debutante Sept. 3, but looms the horse to beat in the Chandelier.–A Grade II winner two starts back, trainer Peter Eurton’s Champagne Room was third in the DM Debutante and will be making her third start.–Undefeated in two one mile starts on turf, LNJ Foxwoods’ homebred With Honors will take her unblemished resume to the main track for trainer Keith Desormeaux.–A Kentucky-bred filly by Ghostzapper, Zapperkat was an impressive first out maiden winner at odds of 12-1 going six furlongs on Aug. 20. Trained by Richard Baltas, she lends considerable depth to a competitive group of prospective entrants. Rodeo Drive Stakes, for fillies and mares three and up at 1 ¼ miles on turf –Trained by Richard Mandella, Avenge, a 4-year-old daughter of War Front comes off a solid win in the Grade II John C. Mabee Stakes. A winner of five of 11 starts, she’ll try 1 ¼ miles for the first time.–An English-bred 4-year-old filly, Frenzified comes off a minor stakes win at 1 3/8 miles on turf Aug. 19 and seeks her first graded score for trainer Jim Cassidy and owner D P Racing.–Mandella will also be represented by streaking California-bred Majestic Heat, who comes off a one mile turf win versus state-breds Aug. 14 and seeks her third consecutive win.–A Grade III winner at 1 3/8 miles on turf two starts back on July 9, Real Smart is a proven stayer for trainer H. Graham Motion.–A close third in the prestigious, Grade I Beverly D Stakes going 1 3/16 miles on turf at Arlington Park Aug. 13, Zipessa has solid credentials and is trained by Michael Stidham.Entries will be taken for Santa Anita’s Breeders’ Cup “Win and You’re In” Challenge Day on Wednesday, Sept. 28. Victory in each Challenge Day event gives the winner a fees-paid berth in its corresponding Breeders’ Cup race. First post time on Saturday, Oct. 1 will be at 12:30 p.m. For more information on the 23-day Autumn Meet, please visit santaanita.com.
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Tags:#cloud#Products audrey watters A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market The launch of Amazon’s Cloud Drive may not have seemed like an innovative move as more consumers are opting to stream rather than download their music. But it was a disruption enough to cause some record labels to bark back at Amazon and chastise the company for not getting their permission to launch a cloud-based storage and music player. Their permission, and of course, their licensing.But Billboard reports that Amazon has responded to some of these music industry complaints with a letter contending that since the launch of Cloud Drive two weeks ago, that MP3 sales are up.Infamous for not ever releasing the sales figures to back up these sorts of claims (the same goes for claims about sales of Kindles and e-books, for example), Amazon doesn’t say how much sales are up. But it insists that the new cloud-based storage will help, not hurt the industry.Amazon also reiterated its stance that, since the Cloud Drive is akin to an external hard-drive or an online back-up service, there is no requirement for it to obtain licensing agreements with music labels.“Cloud Player is a media management and play-back application not unlike Windows Media Player and any number of other media management applications that let customers manage and play their music. It requires a license from content owners no more than those applications do. It really is that simple.”The letter does indicate that as Amazon adds features to the Cloud Drive and associated MP3 player, that it may seek licenses. The letter ends with, “expect to hear more from us on potential licensing in the near future.”As both Google and Apple are reportedly working on their own versions of cloud music storage, it’s not surprising that Amazon wants to be firm in its argument that it doesn’t need the record industry’s approval on these efforts. To have to negotiate deals would set it back as these major players all move to provide customers with some sort of storage and streaming cloud-based service.
We’re almost halfway through 2019, which means we have seen a number of new smartphones hit the Indian market ranging from entry-level to high-end premium. Almost all mainstream brands have launched new phones to replace last year’s models, which means you can expect to find updated designs, hardware and software across the segments.Companies like Xiaomi, Realme and Samsung are among the notable brands to check out in the affordable segment. OnePlus still holds the fort in the premium mid-range sector and is closely being followed by Google, while the ultra premium segment sees new flagships like the Huawei P30 Pro and Galaxy S10+. Here is a look at some of the best phones you can buy in May.Cheapest phone money can buyRedmi Go: Rs 4,499The Redmi Go is probably the defacto choice for anyone who is entering the smartphone game on a budget. It is Xiaomi’s first Android Go device and it comes at a low cost for first-time smartphone users. It comes with bare-boned specs that includes a 5-inch HD display, a Snapdragon 425 chipset, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of inbuilt storage. As an Android Go phone, the Redmi Go runs on Android Oreo (Go edition) with preloaded Google Go apps like Gmail Go, YouTube Go, Maps Go and so on.Best phones under Rs 10,000Redmi Note 7: Rs 9,999The Redmi Note 7 offers excellent value for a budget phone. At just under Rs 10,000, you get a premium glass design coupled with a powerful mid-range Snapdragon 660 chipset, which is a combination you won’t find on any other smartphone. You also get a 6.3-inch FHD+ waterdrop display, a solid 4,000mAh battery that charges over a Type-C port. This is topped with a 12MP + 2MP dual camera system and a 13MP selfie camera.advertisementBest phones under Rs 15,000Realme 3 Pro: Rs 13,999The Realme 3 Pro is perhaps the biggest challenger to the Redmi Note 7 Pro in the sub-Rs 15,000 segment. In some ways, this is the best phone you’ll find in this segment. It works on pretty much all levels – an attractive gradient glasstic design, 6.3-inch FHD+ waterdrop display, a fast and powerful Snapdragon 710 chipset, 16MP dual camera setup and VOOC 3.0 fast charging on top of a long-lasting battery life. Redmi Note 7 Pro: Rs 13,999Like the Redmi Note 7, the Redmi Note 7 Pro is yet another disruptive smartphone from Xiaomi. The Redmi Note 7 Pro sports a premium Gorilla Glass design, gradient colours, 6.3-inch FHD+ waterdrop display and a large 4,000mAh battery. Two features in particular make the Redmi Note 7 Pro a no-brainer in this segment – the Snapdragon 675 chipset and a 48MP dual camera setup.Samsung Galaxy M30: Rs 14,990Samsung has launched three impressive phones in the new Galaxy M-series with the Galaxy M30 being the top of the lot right now. The Exynos 7904 chipset may not be able to compete against the Redmi Note 7 Pro’s Snapdragon 675 and Realme 3 Pro’s Snapdragon 710, but the phone delivers the goods in the display and battery departments. The Galaxy M30 offers a striking 6.4-inch FHD+ (2340×1080) Super AMOLED display, gradient design and a massive 5,000mAh battery, which is perhaps the best in this segment. The cameras on the Galaxy M30 are decent, but underwhelming in low-light. The phone also ships with Android Oreo with Experience UI 9.5 on top, which may disappoint some.Best phones under Rs 20,000Samsung Galaxy A50: Rs 19.990The Galaxy A50 is one of Samsung’s best phones under Rs 20,000 right now. There is a lot to love about the mid-range device. It offers a stunning glasstic design combined with a bright and vivid 6.4-inch FHD+ (2340×1080) Super AMOLED Infinity-U display and a powerful 2.3GHz octa-core Exynos 9610 chipset. It also comes with an in-display fingerprint sensor, a long-lasting 4,000mAh battery and a 25MP triple camera setup that captures some great pictures in daylight. Poco F1: Rs 19,999No phone has been able to come close to the kind of value for money that the Poco F1 delivers even now. At Rs 19,999, the Poco F1 is still the cheapest phone with a flagship Snapdragon 845 chipset. In addition to a powerful chipset, you also get some a 6.18-inch FHD+ display, some good quality dual cameras and a large 4,000mAh battery. The Poco F1 has already been updated to Android Pie and is due to get Android Q in the future as well.Best phones under Rs 30,000Nokia 8.1: Rs 26,999We are well into 2019 now and we are yet to see the Nokia 9 PureView in India. HMD is taking its time to launch the flagship, but if you want the next best thing in Nokia’s lineup it would be the Nokia 8.1. The Nokia 8.1 is one of the company’s most premium offerings right now. It sports an elegant and attractive glass and metal design coupled with a snappy Snapdragon 710 chipset and stock Android Pie.advertisementBest phones under Rs 50,000OnePlus 6T: Rs 32,999In just a few days, OnePlus will announce the OnePlus 7 series in India. To make way for the OnePlus 7, the OnePlus 6T is currently selling at its lowest ever pricing of Rs 32,999, making it an excellent time to buy the outgoing flagship before stocks clear. The OnePlus 6T is still one of the fastest phones you can get right now, offering a powerful Snapdragon 845 chipset with 8GB of RAM, near stock Android Pie software, 3,700mAh battery with Dash Charge and a waterdrop FHD+ display.Honor View 20: Rs 37,999The Honor View 20 was the first flagship to launch this year, and it set a pretty high standard as far as a flagship phone goes. For its price, the View 20 offers an edge-to-edge punch-hole display and chevron glass design coupled with a powerful Kirin 980 chipset, a terrific 48MP camera and a long-lasting 4,000mAh battery.Pixel 3a: Rs 39,999Google’s first attempt to enter the mid-range segment in India. The Pixel 3a was launched just a few days ago as a stripped down version of the Pixel 3 that retains the same great cameras. By offering a similar 12MP IMX363 main camera with Google’s software chops, and a stock Android interface, you’re getting the two best qualities about the premium Pixels at a more affordable price. The Pixel 3a is powered by a Snapdragon 670 chipset, sports a 5.6-inch display and houses a 3,000mAh battery. Best phones that money can buyHuawei P30 Pro: Rs 71,990Arguably the most feature-packed flagship right now. The Huawei P30 Pro is one of the best camera phones you can buy right now. It highlights a quad-camera setup that includes a 40MP primary Huawei SuperSpectrum sensor that offers stunning detail and some of the best low-light photos you can find on a phone. It also gets a Periscope zoom lens that’s capable of delivering 10x lossless zoom.Cameras aside, the Huawei P30 Pro also gets a gorgeous curved glass design with a 6.47-inch FHD+ (2340×1080) OLED display on the front and attractive Aurora and Breathing Crystal gradient colours on the back. It is powered by a powerful Kirin 980 chipset, runs on Android Pie and offers a terrific 4,200mAh battery with 40W fast charging support. Samsung Galaxy S10+: Rs 73,900At Rs 70,000, the Galaxy S10+ offers a complete premium package. It is one of the best looking phones thanks to its gorgeous curved Infinity-O display and glass back. As stunning as it is on the outside, it is equally stunning on the inside as it gets an Exynos 9820 processor coupled with a smooth and improved One UI software. You also get an impressive triple camera setup as well as a full-day battery life.iPhone XR: Rs 59,900The iPhone XR was launched at Rs 76,999, but Apple has since made it a little more affordable by dropping the price to Rs 59,999. During sales and offers, you can even buy the iPhone XR for as low as Rs 53,999. The iPhone XR is easily Apple’s best iPhone for most people. In our long-term review, we said that the phone ages extremely well, continuing to offer terrific performance with its A12 Bionic chipset, smooth iOS 12 user experience and a fantastic battery life.advertisementALSO READ: | OnePlus 6T, Honor View 20 and iPhone 7: Best premium smartphones to buy under Rs 50,000ALSO READ: | ZenFone Max Pro M2, Redmi Note 6 Pro, Galaxy M20: Best smartphones under Rs 15,000ALSO READ: | Samsung Galaxy M10, Realme C1 and other top smartphones under Rs 10,000 you can buy now