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  • Canada starts Canadian Surface Combatant program realization

    first_imgBack to overview,Home naval-today Canada launches design competition for Canadian Surface Combatant fleet Authorities Canada launches design competition for Canadian Surface Combatant fleet View post tag: CSC The Canadian government has started one of the country’s largest and most complex procurement projects by announcing the start of a design competition for the Canadian Surface Combatant (CSC) fleet.Irving Shipbuilding, the prime contractor for the project, released a Request for Proposal (RFP) for pre-qualified companies.As it was announced earlier in the year, the future combatants will be based on an existing warship design which will result in an accelerated completion of the program.The selected design team will work with the Canadian government and Irving Shipbuilding Inc. to design and construct the CSC ships.According to the government, the design is expected to be selected by summer 2017.“The Canadian Surface Combatant is the largest and most complex procurement project in recent history. This Request for Proposal was carefully developed in consultation with industry and highlights how our government is implementing innovative and proven procurement approaches to simplify the competitive process, increase job stability, and deliver the ships we need, sooner,” Canadian Minister of Public Services and Procurement Judy M. Foote said.The Canadian Surface Combatant project will replace Canada’s aging Iroquois-class destroyers and Halifax-class frigates. Up to 15 ships are scheduled to be built after the Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ships are complete in the early 2020s.The first CSC ship is anticipated to be delivered in the mid-2020s. View post tag: Irving Shipbuilding View post tag: Royal Canadian Navy October 28, 2016 Share this articlelast_img read more

  • The Record LH Roll Plant supplied by Brook Food PROCESSING

    first_imghas a PLC touch-screen panel capable of storing six pre-set programmes and servo adjustment for dough size, moulding time and rounding height. It also has a star-feed anti-stress device to ensure delicate dough processing.Manufactured in stainless steel it has an adjustable second moulding station for producing a very bold (golf ball) product, says Brook and comes with sets of cups for optimum moulding, which can be changed rapidly.last_img

  • Lerner Theatre box office to reopen to walk-in ticket sales in June

    first_img Facebook Previous articleGasBuddy: As virus recovery continues, gas prices will riseNext articleGov. Holcomb unsure whether suspension will disqualify Hill from remaining as A.G. 95.3 MNCNews/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel is your breaking news and weather station for northern Indiana and southwestern Michigan. Pinterest Lerner Theatre box office to reopen to walk-in ticket sales in June By 95.3 MNC – May 12, 2020 0 220 Facebook Google+ WhatsApp (Photo supplied/Elkhart Truth) The Lerner Theatre Box Office will remain closed to the public for walk-in ticket purchases through May. For your convenience, tickets for upcoming shows can be purchased by calling The Lerner Box Office at 574-293-4469, beginning on May 11th at 11 a.m. You can also purchase tickets 24/7 on The Lerner’s website.*Web fees will apply beginning May 11th.The Lerner Theatre Box Office will be available for walk-in ticket purchases beginning June2020. At that time, The Lerner Theatre will implement new Box Office procedures that allwalk-in patrons and Lerner employees must follow.The Lerner Box Office will be implementing new hours and procedures to keep our patronsand Box Office staff safe. They are being issued in accordance with social distancing andpreventative guidelines for COVID -19. The new hours and procedures are part of an overall, comprehensive plan to help control the spread of COVID-19 and eliminate the possibility of cross-contamination.New Operating Days and Times:Monday-Friday: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.Saturday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.Exceptions: pre-sale and on-sale days: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. / show days: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.New Box Office Procedures to Control COVD-19:Limit of 1 customer in the Box Office vestibule at a timePatrons must wear masks in all City of Elkhart facilities, including The LernerBox Office will disinfect the Box Office after each customerDue to the impact of COVID-19 and the Governor’s executive orders to limit groups andgatherings, the City of Elkhart has decided to postpone or cancel all events in the cityscheduled for April, May, & June. Pinterest WhatsApp CoronavirusIndianaLocalNews Twitter Google+ Twitterlast_img read more

  • Elkhart woman gets 30 year sentence for first drug conviction

    first_img WhatsApp Previous articlePotawatomi Zoo will host Zoo Boo in OctoberNext articleMichigan health insurers to provide COVID-19 testing, treatment at no cost through end of 2020 Carl Stutsman IndianaLocalNationalNews An Elkhart woman arrested with a large amount and variety of drugs was been given a multi decade sentence. 38 year old Jennifer Jennings reached a plea deal with prosecutors, following her arrest in April of last year.When she was arrested police found 53 grams of meth, 37 grams of cocaine, 75 grams of marijuana, and (as described by prosecutors) “a cornucopia” of prescription drugs. The Elkhart Truth reports that since her arrest Jennings has told police she is grateful for her incarceration and hopes her time in jail can help her rehab and get sober.Prosecutors are allowing her to serve out her sentence through an Indiana Department of Corrections drug rehab program. By Carl Stutsman – September 18, 2020 0 748 Google+ Pinterest Elkhart woman gets 30 year sentence for first drug conviction Facebook Twitter Facebook Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Twitterlast_img read more

  • Southern Co-op reveals Starbucks expansion plans

    first_imgThe Southern Co-operative is looking to open additional Starbucks stores this year.A spokesperson for the Southern Co-operative said that at present, further stores are currently being piloted, but that there was no commitment on numbers yet.The group opened its first Starbucks store as a franchisee partner in July last year, located on London Road in Southampton. In November 2013, The Southern Co-operative opened its second Starbucks store on Avon Street in Bath.According to the coffee chain, Starbucks adds to The Southern Co-operative’s portfolio of over 180 stores in the south of England.Jane Coleman, franchising director, Starbucks UK, said: “Our franchise offer gives local companies throughout the UK the opportunity to bring their own expertise and experience to our business. We are proud to partner with The Southern Co-operative, which shares our values and commitment to our customers and the community.”last_img read more

  • Pretty Lights Releases USB Containing Sixteen Rare And Unheard Tracks [Listen]

    first_imgLast weekend, music fans gathered at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the final day of 400 Festival on July 22nd. Making an appearance at this festival was the one and only Derek Vincent Smith, better known by his musical alias, Pretty Lights. 400 Fest was different from Smith’s other sets this year, as it marked his first solo set of 2017 as well as since the first night of Pretty Lights’ two-day Telluride, Colorado, event back in 2016.During his 400 Fest performance, Smith explored his large and always-expanding discography, playing crowd favorites such as “Finally Moving,” “Hot Like Sauce,” “More Important Than Michal Jordan,” “High School Art Class,” and “I Know The Truth.” On top of these crowd pleasers, Smith blessed long time Pretty Lights fans with a number of remixes that rarely make it into live performances, such as “Fly Like An Eagle (Steve Miller Band Remix),” “Time (Pink Floyd Remix),” and the Pretty Lights vs Led Zeppelin mix. Smith also played his newest single “The Sun Spreads In Our Minds” showing that even as Derek plays an old school Pretty Lights set, he is still pushing forward in his musical endeavors. However, this is only where this story begins.EXCLUSIVE: Pretty Lights Details The Vision Behind NOLA Pop-Up Parade, Shares Insight On New AlbumPretty Lights fan can recall that earlier this summer, Smith sent out USB drives containing unreleased “Flips” from season one of his Episodic Festivals, using the USBs to simultaneously announce his Red Rocks (August 11 & 12) and Chicago (August 18 & 19) dates for 2017. As Pretty Lights Live gears up for the second season of their highly-anticipated Episodic Festivals, Smith pushed the envelope even further with the announcement of the “Pretty Lights Movement”—a movement that aims to incorporate fans into Smith’s long-standing and supportive creative community through the sharing of art, friendship, and inspiration. Following his set at 400 Fest, Smith entrusted some of his fans with the ultimate gift, yet another USB stick.Pretty Lights’ Island Of Light Adds More Rooms, Luxury Casitas, And ExcursionsThe USB drive from 400 Fest contained sixteen tracks, straight from the Pretty Lights’ archive. To say these tracks are rare would be an understatement. The first two tracks on the USB were played at Pretty Lights’ infamous 2014 Red Rocks shows: the first is a remix of The Root’s “The Seed 2.0″ entitled “Don’t Ask” followed by a remix of Pretty Lights’ original “Wrong Platform.” Featuring the Colorado Symphony Orchestra taking Pretty Lights’ music to the next level,”Don’t Cost You Nothing” is sure to send chills through listeners’ bodies. The USB also contains “So Gangsta,” the ultimate summer jam that was also performed at Pretty Lights’ 2014 Red Rocks show, and “It’s All Because Of You” from Red Rocks 2015. When Derek Vincent Smith began the hashtag #plflix on his Instagram, he teased a track that fans had never heard before and haven’t heard since. The full version of this track, “Make It To The Top,” makes its debut on the USB. The last known track on the USB is a quick-minute mix of the iconic “No Rain” by Blind Melon.Pretty Lights Announces Episodic Festivals In New Hampshire And TexasFor those of you doing the math, there are seven songs listed above that made it onto the USB. The remaining nine tracks are never-before-heard tracks. These tracks vary in mood and tempo but all share the signature Pretty Lights sound that Smith has maintained over his eleven-year career. In the spirit of community, sharing, and furthering the Pretty Lights Movement, all sixteen of these tracks are available to listen to on the “Rarities” page via Soundcloud and at prettylightslive.com. Go ahead, listen to the past, while we prepare ourselves for the future of Pretty Lights! [Photo via Jeremy Scott]last_img read more

  • What is an M.2 Card and Why Should I Care?

    first_imgThe M.2 connector, formerly known as Next Generation Form Factor (NGFF), isn’t as hard to pronounce as a symbol for a name, but it’s faster in performance than its predecessors.And we’ve seen a lot of interest this week in learning more about what an M.2 add-in card is actually.“The M.2 format is designed for manufacturers to replace a variety of specific devices, do it in a tiny space, and require very little power,” How-to Geek explains. “But actually upgrading to an M.2 drive or accessory requires a little forethought.”That’s why we have created a Dell Knowledge Base article that describes what the M.2 card is and some of the intended supported applications.Direct2Dell is designed to bring you news and stories about Dell people, products, services, partners and customers. Often those customers need support for their Dell products. For that, our Dell Support team continuously updates a library of articles called the Knowledge Base.In an effort to make that information even easier to find when you need it, each Friday I will bring you a list of the most highly reviewed articles with appropriate responses to the latest trends we are seeing in our customer inquiries.With these publications you can stay informed about the latest troubleshooting guides and resolutions across various client system lines.Questions about these issues should be left in our Support Forums where trained staff are available to assist, rather than commenting here on Direct2Dell.You can also contact Dell Customer Service or Dell Technical Support for assistance. And, as always, our @DellCares and @DellCaresPro teams are just a tweet away for help.This week we’ve seen a lot of interest in these topics:Dell Encryption Enterprise or Personal Displays “No boot Device Found” at BIOS POSTTroubleshooting System Lock Ups or FreezesNo Power – No signs of lifeDell computers tested for Windows 10 Fall Creators Update and previous versions of Windows 10What is AMD Eyefinity Technology?What is an M.2 add-in card?Installing Linux on Laptops with mSATA Cache drives or Hybrid DrivesHow to install Windows onto a system with mSATABIOS – What it is and How to Download or Update your BIOSIdentifying and installing drivers for Windows 10 on your XPS 13 (9343) portable systemlast_img read more

  • Facebook breaks wall between digital, real life

    first_imgTake a photo. Photoshop. Upload to Facebook. The steps sound simple, but Notre Dame professors said more thought goes into the process than most people realize.  Jessica Collett, assistant professor of sociology, said we are much more “intentional” in our online interactions with others. “It’s not that we want to put up an image of ourselves that is untrue or inaccurate,” Collett said. “[But people] are going to look for clues about who you are. Because we only have that split second, that first impression … we’re going to choose pieces of information to put up there that we think reflect who we really are.” As a result, the effects of Facebook can extend far beyond online profiles and into people’s lives and relationships.  She said others will often treat us according to the image of ourselves we present on Facebook. In turn, we act according to how we are treated. “If we have a preconceived notion about somebody, then we’ll interpret any kind of information in ways that support that [notion],” she said. Collett said Facebook also prompts us to define and categorize ourselves based on our interests.  “Facebook is really about us putting forth our identities,” she said. “That when we say that we like a particular [TV] show, we’re not just trying to say that ‘This is what I watch,’ we’re saying something about … the kind of person we are.”  Susan Blum, a professor of anthropology who has studied the effects of new media on the “self” for the past decade, said Facebook can function to prove or validate occurrences in our lives.  “People are very aware of the way they’re being seen,” she said. “I’ve heard people say, ‘Oh, wait until I post this on Facebook.’ So as they’re acting, they’re simultaneously conscious of the fact that their real-life action will become almost ‘realer’ when it’s posted.”  Dangers to identity Blum said one of the potential downsides to using Facebook, or any similar social media site, is that it causes people to perform an exaggerated identity that may or may not be real.  “I think there’s plenty of motivation to do that in our lives anyway, and so Facebook increases that tendency,” she said. Collett said these exaggerations of identity can trigger anxiety as relationships transition from the digital world to the real world.  “Sometimes you can believe that what you’re presenting isn’t accurate … maybe you choose your most flattering picture, and then you meet people who maybe you haven’t even met in person yet, and then there’s just this stress [of] living up to expectations,” she said. Facebook use also becomes risky, Collett said, when digital identities are too calculated. “I think it can be dangerous … if people get too caught up in the way that they’re presenting themselves, and don’t have a space where they feel like they can be their authentic selves,” she said.  Blum said she questions whether online interaction makes face-to-face interaction even more “scary” than it already is.  “Facebook, you can control because you do it at your own pace. You can almost post something, and change your mind,” she said. “In speaking, there’s all this sort of uncontrollable stuff that happens, which is why human speech is so powerful.” But Blum said interactions on social networking sites can actually augment real life interactions.  “There’s been what sociologists call ‘moral panic’ about social media, [concern about] the fact that people are more comfortable interacting digitally than they are face to face,” she said. “But there was a recent study from the Pew [Research] Center [that shows] the more active people are in social media, the more real life interactions they have as well.”  Public sphere Anita Kelly, a professor of psychology who has researched the effects of public versus private self-representation, said what we choose to say publicly has a much greater impact on our identity than what we say privately. She said the public nature of Facebook is what makes it so influential.  “To the extent that Facebook is more public, it has great potential to help or harm that identity,” she said. “Once you think others have this view of yourself, you feel you have to behave in a way that [confirms] those views.” Collett said that on Facebook, we must live up to a multitude of identities because different “types” of friends see us in different ways. “You have this clash of worlds … and it can incite drama,” Collett said. “So, it’s not just your Notre Dame friends, but it’s your high school friends … and it’s your friends from back home and it’s your grandmother and your aunt.” The question is, who will see that wall post or status update? Blum said college students usually think of their intended audience as their peers despite having a wide range of Facebook friends. “You’re creating a persona, as we do all the time in our real life, but you have time to create it and you’re aware of all the eyes that will be seeing it,” Blum said. “Although if you have 1,000 friends, that’s a lot of eyes.” Kelly said people should be more aware of just how much Facebook profiles impact the way others view us. “People should be more careful,” Kelly said. “There’s a mentality of ‘it doesn’t matter what people think,’ but no one [really] believes that,” she said.  She said negative images posted on Facebook can be forgotten, but not if they are vivid. “People remember things that are prototypes of a broader category, [for example] dancing on a tabletop without clothes, that fits the prototype of wildness,” she said. “It’s hard to undo that.”  Past, present and future  Blum said the extent of the cyber footprint we leave on Facebook is striking.  “There’s a sort of a digital self that’s out there, and even though Facebook only started seven or eight years ago, it’s going to predate itself [for example] by finding our baby pictures that people have posted, so pretty soon our whole life and biography will be digitally mapped,” she said. She said psychologists and sociologists have conducted extensive research on the way Facebook affects identity, but the enormous amount of data Facebook houses is used in other settings as well.  “It’s an interesting idea that there is all this data out there … which is somewhat terrifying,” Blum said. “And Facebook, like Google, can analyze it and organize it with no volition on our part, no intention on our part.” Collett said the new Facebook Timeline profile, which offers users the opportunity to sort and highlight life events chronologically, also makes it easier for users to look back on the past. And sometimes, looking back on the past lies outside our comfort zones. “We like to be selective about what it is that we remember, in the same way that we like to be selective about what it is we put forth [on Facebook],” Collett said. “I do think the Timeline is about people suddenly feeling, ‘Oh my goodness, am I defined by this page?’”  But regardless of how Facebook is formatted, Collett said the site still reflects our identity in much the same way.   “[People] are reacting against the fact that [Timeline] feels like it’s defining your life for you, but ultimately actually that’s what we’ve been doing for a long time,” she said. “I would argue that for a long time Facebook has been representing who we are, as far as our identities go.”last_img read more

  • Long Beach International Film Festival Returns This Weekend

    first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York The 4th annual Long Beach International Film Festival will screen dozens of independent and studio movies as well as cinematic shorts this weekend in a four-day event starting Thursday, Sept. 24.Cinephiles can view more than 50 films, both big and small, but the festival also features musical performances, Q&As with filmmakers, celebrity appearances, wine and craft beer tastings and more festivities that will be “celebrating the art of storytelling through cinema.”“The Long Beach International Film Festival has become an incredible Long Beach summer staple,” said Long Beach City Councilman Anthony Eramo. “It just gets better every year.”The film festival screenings will primarily be held at the Long Beach Hotel Theatre and the Long Beach Cinemas, which recently reopened after Sandy had left them devastated, as well as the Madison Theatre at Molloy College in Rockville Centre. The proceedings conclude Sunday, Sept. 27.Over the course of its four-day run, the festival will include red carpet premieres, gala celebrations, filmmaker receptions, international spotlights and industry seminars. The festival continues to expand, benefiting audience members and filmmakers alike with the inclusion of three new film venues, as well as filmmakers’ lounges and after-parties held at local hotels and restaurants.The festival’s “Taste on the Beach” and “Shorts on the Beach” presented last month offered a preview of films and cuisine expected for the festival. More than 4,000 audience members attended, a glimpse of the turnout expected this weekend.“Events like the LBIFF really utilize the beauty of the Long Beach boardwalk,” said Talya Barrett, a Long Beach resident and supporter of the festival. “It really encourages a strong sense of community.”Not only will former Long Beach resident and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Joan Jett be in attendance, she’ll also be honored with a musical film series and scholarship in her name. It will be awarded to young and struggling artists, who are trying to bring their ideas to life. Jett has supported the festival since its inception in 2012, when it was a simple free screening on the beach, and she continues to inspire musicians and filmmakers alike.A half dozen jurors will choose winners in each screening category at the festival’s conclusion. The six judges include movie distributor Kate McEdwards, Producers Guild program director Patrick Gerety, publicist Maureen Masters, writer/director Chris Kenneally, writer/stuntman David Paterson and talent agent Kristina Cergol.“The Long Beach International Film Festival continues to provide an opportunity for filmmakers to come and see the types of filming locations Nassau County has to offer,” said Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano in a press statement. “Whether it’s our beaches, mansions, suburban areas and, of course, Gold Coast Studios and Grumman Studios, Nassau County is becoming the Hollywood East of the film and television production industry.”And the screens of Long Beach will take center stage.For scheduling, ticketing and other details, visit longbeachfilm.comlast_img read more

  • Defending your ATM

    first_imgCrimes occurring at ATMs have been on the rise over the past few years.  And the types of crimes are growing. From basic vandalism to skimming and shimming and even pulling the ATM from its base with a forklift.  If you can think it, criminals have tried it. And there are still thousands of ATMs that have not been updated with EMV technology. So, what’s a financial institution to do?  There are a number of things you can do to better defend your ATMs and better protect your investment. First, make sure you have all the latest security patches available for the machine.  It sounds simple. And it should be. But, you would be surprised what doesn’t get done if you don’t ask.  Criminals poke new holes in software every day. Patches and updates are created once these weaknesses are recognized. So, patches are not a one-time event.  They will be ongoing. Next, take a look at the ATMs physical structure.  Are there weaknesses in the physical structure that need repair?  Do you have barriers surrounding your island ATMs to prevent physical theft? Are your lobby-style ATMs bolted to the floor?  Is the lighting surrounding your ATM up to code?What security do you have in place?  Do you have active cameras in and outside your ATM?  What about alarms? Does your ATM alert you if someone has gained access without permission? Do you have anti-skimming devices installed?  These devices aren’t fool proof but make it very difficult if not impossible for a criminal to place their skimming device on the machine. Many of you have ATMs that need to be replaced due to the coming Windows 10 upgrade.  This is the perfect time to assess the location of your ATM. Is your ATM in public view or around the back or side of the branch?  Could it be moved to a better location? Drive to your ATMs at night and see how safe you feel using it. If you feel a little uncomfortable using your ATM at night, your members probably do as well.  When you purchase a new ATM, what are you buying? Do you know?  There are many types of ATMs. Some may not be suitable for placement at a financial institution.  The proper ATM will typically cost more money due to its vault, size and weight. Of course, all of this requires more time and effort from your staff.  Not only that, but you need staff that is knowledgeable. We all know that knowledge comes with experience. And unfortunately, experience comes at a cost.  But, these ATMs are part of your member reach and your brand. These ATMs have your name and logo on them. So, it is critical that they be in good condition for your members to access.  And to keep your fleet (no matter the number of ATMs) operating at optimal levels, you need dedicated staff with the experience and resources to get the job done. 14SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Joe Woods Joe Woods, CUDE is a 15-year credit union veteran.  He has spent time with Corporate One FCU, Liberty Enterprises, co-founded Legacy Member Services and was part of the senior management … Web: www.dolphindebit.com Detailslast_img read more