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Bumgarner remains elite at home, Yastrzemski matches a Cepeda feat in Giants win

first_imgSAN FRANCISCO — Madison Bumgarner has heard he’s past his prime. He’s been told he’s regressing. At 30, his best years are supposed to be behind him.Inside the Giants’ waterfront ballpark along the shores of McCovey Cove, you’d never know Bumgarner is anything other than elite.The Giants ace continued an extended run of impressive starts with another dazzling outing at home in a 8-3 win over the San Diego Padres on Friday.With seven innings of one-run ball, Bumgarner earned his 60th career …last_img read more

Wiwigs AMAZING Face Frame Soft Medium BoB Jet Ladies Wig skin top Hair UK – Fairly good dress up wig!

first_imgFairly good dress up wig! Very good quality wig, a bit on the shiny side but perfect for a fancy dress party. It is a pretty good wig – feels nice and looks fine but i did find that it shed a lot. I bought it for a one off occassion so i didn’t mind too much. Just as described, is very good quality.Here are the specifications for the Wiwigs AMAZING Face Frame Soft Medium BoB Jet Ladies Wig skin top Hair UK:Brand New, authentic Wiwigs® product; You will be amazed by the quality. Wearing it can bring you more confidence and attraction. Wiwigs Stylish Hair Store is the only authorised seller of Wiwigs® products in the UK.Colour: JET BLACK; Length: 12 inchesMaterial: Top Quality Synthetic Hair. Feel like real hair. 100% originated from Japan. It is both natural looking and soft touch. Best in wigs and hair extensions.Head size: Adjustable size to fit head circumference approx. 20 – 23 inches. Most head sizes are within this range. Customers can adjust the hook inside the wig to get the right size for yourself.Very quick dispatch from London with next day delivery option. Estimated delivery: 1-2 working days within the UK; 1-2 weeks to European countries. 1-3 weeks to the rest of the world. I purchased this wig for a life size mannequin of selene (death dealer) from underworld. The length is slightly long for what i needed but with a little customization and frizzing it up a little this will be perfect. Would highly recommend this item and seller. Reviews from purchasers :Five Stars Posted on April 7, 2019Author Nathalie DuboisCategories WigsTags Wiwigs SummaryReviewer Nathalie DuboisReview Date2019-04-07 10:59:57Reviewed Item AMAZING Face Frame Soft Medium BoB Jet Black Ladies Wig skin top Hair WIWIGS UKRating 5.0 / 5  stars, based on  5  reviewslast_img read more

Brown elected to Ohio Farm Bureau board of trustees

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Nathan Brown of Hillsboro has been elected District 20 Trustee for the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation. He will help govern the state’s largest and most inclusive farm and food organization and represent Farm Bureau members from Adams, Brown, Clermont and Highland counties.He was elected in a special election to fill the unexpired term of Craig Adams, who recently retired to accept a position on the board of directors for Nationwide.Brown is a first-generation farmer. He and his wife, Jennifer, grow corn and soybeans and operate a cow/calf herd. They are the parents of three young children.Brown is a member of Highland County Farm Bureau and has served as its president. He also was on Farm Bureau’s state Young Ag Professionals committee and was its chairman and served on the state policy development committee. Brown was OFBF’s Outstanding Young Farmer award recipient in 2013.He is a township trustee and is a member of Ohio Corn and Wheat Growers, Ohio Soybean Association, Ohio Cattlemen’s Association and Ohio Township Trustees Association. The Browns attend Rainsboro United Methodist Church.last_img read more

Amazon Payments May Integrate NFC (Report)

first_imgAmazon may integrate the emerging technology known as NFC (near field communication) into its mobile applications, allowing customers to pay for items at point-of-sale using only their mobile phone. The technology is currently being explored by the company’s Amazon Payments unit, BusinessWeek recently reported, citing unnamed sources familiar with the project.NFC is a wireless communication technology that allows for data exchanges between short distances and is the backbone of many upcoming mobile wallet initiatives. There are three ways NFC can be implemented on phones: either fully integrated into the handset, such as is the case with new phones like Google’s flagship device, the Nexus S; it can also exist on the SIM card or on a microSD card inserted into a card slot.Note: You can learn more about NFC on ReadWriteMobile, where we’re running a series of articles exploring the technology and its uses. The first of those articles is here. Amazon Thinking About NFCIf the BusinessWeek report is accurate, this news means Amazon is throwing its hat into the ring as yet another company moving into the NFC space. Last week, we reported how Google was ditching barcodes for NFC in its business listings service Places. The company is also reportedly working on its own mobile wallet service in conjunction with Citigroup and MasterCard.Apple, RIM and Isis, a coalition of U.S. operators, are also working on mobile wallet programs, the former two only reportedly, but the latter very publicly via www.paywithisis.com.The benefit of a mobile wallet service, such as the one Amazon may be building, is that it not only replaces plastic credit cards with a mobile phone, but it also allows retailers to immediately transfer rewards in the form of coupons, discounts, loyalty points and more to the handset used during the payment transaction.Using NFC for Price ComparisonsAmazon’s program, the report says, may also introduce a price-comparison feature which allows consumers to tap their phone on an item’s NFC-enabled retail tag in the store in order to locate the item on Amazon.com. This is essentially how Amazon’s mobile application works today, except that it allows users to snap photos and scan barcodes, not use NFC.More news about the project, which is being researched by the Amazon Payments unit, will be revealed in the next three to five months. Tags:#Amazon#mobile#news#NYT#web Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement Related Posts The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technologycenter_img Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … sarah perezlast_img read more

NAB 2017: The Future of iPhone Gimbals with FeiyuTech

first_imgiPhone gimbals are a hot commodity at NAB 2017. Check out some of the latest and forthcoming offerings from FeiyuTech.All images via FeiyuTech.We are living in a brave new world of video streaming apps and smartphone filmmaking. At NAB 2017, innovators are showcasing advances in technology that turn your iPhone into a versatile piece of video equipment.According to a recent interview with Apple Insider, the technonauts at FeiyuTech have unveiled a new line of iPhone and smartphone gimbals to complement their current products. Forward-looking cinematographers need to seriously consider this equipment.SPG Stabilized Handheld Gimbal for iPhoneAs FeiyuTech’s basic model (for lack of a better term), the SPG Stabilized Handheld Gimbal incorporates all the functionality its name implies. In addition to handheld stabilization, this gimbal includes many built-in perks that filmmakers will appreciate.“Smart portrait mode” for live streaming on Facebook, Periscope, etc.Adaptable slide bar balance system for different phones or GoProsFace targeting and tracking technologyUp to 8 hours’ runtime from a single 22650 li-ion batteryPrice: $279.00SPG PLUS 3-Axis Gimbal Rig for iPhoneAs you can see in FeiyuTech’s demo with Apple Insider, the SPG PLUS gimbal rig is much more filmmaker-oriented with its traditional 3-axis approach. The two-hand operation is surprisingly intuitive for those looking to film all types of movement. Plus, the ability to pan 360-degrees with finger-tip control is quite impressive.5 built-in 1/4 inch screw points for mounting lights, mics, etc.Adaptable slide bar balance system for different phones or GoProsFace targeting and tracking technologyUp to 8 hours’ runtime from a single 22650 li-ion batteryPrice: $299.00Forthcoming: VimbleFeiyuTech will also soon offer a consumer-friendly smartphone gimbal called the “Vimble.” This model offers onboard zoom control, the same 3-axis gimbal technology, and a shorter 4-5 hour battery life — while coming in at a more consumer-minded price point.Reported Price: $139Forthcoming: S1000FeiyuTech also unveiled a prototype of their S1000 gimbal, designed not only for smartphones but also small cameras and GoPros up to 1.4 pounds. The handle, which is slightly larger, should enable longer battery life (upwards of 8-10 hours) per charge, along with the same joystick and start/stop functionality.Reported Price: TBAIf you’re interested in iPhone filmmaking, you can check out some of the additional resources below. And, as always, stay tuned for more announcements and updates from NAB 2017.How the iPhone is Changing Modern VideographyThe 11 Best Filmmaking Apps for iPhoneHow to Capture Exceptional Video Footage with Just an iPhonelast_img read more

Top News of 2018 – Editors Picks

Privacy czar blames RCMP after woman denied entry to US over suicide

first_imgOTTAWA – A Canadian woman was turned back at the U.S. border after information about her suicide attempt was inappropriately shared with American officials through an RCMP-administered database, the federal privacy watchdog says.The incident is just one illustration of how government agencies and private businesses must do a better job of safeguarding personal data in the digital era, privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien said Thursday.Reforms are needed to strengthen the federal privacy law that covers government agencies as well as the companion law for private-sector organizations, said Therrien, who wants new order-making powers and the ability to levy fines, bringing Canada in line with many provincial and international counterparts.“It is not enough for the government to say that privacy is important while taking no systemic measures to protect it,” the commissioner said in his annual report tabled in Parliament.“An overwhelming majority of Canadians are concerned about how the digital revolution is infringing on their right to privacy. They do not feel protected by laws that have no teeth and organizations that are held to no more than non-binding recommendations.”Therrien said he won’t wait for legislative changes, and will begin to improve privacy protections by:— Initiating more investigations on his own, rather than waiting for public complaints, given that his office is often better placed to identify emerging problems;— Specifying four key elements that must be highlighted in privacy notices, which are now often incomprehensible: the information being collected, who it is being shared with, the reasons for collection, use and sharing, and the risk of harm to people;— Spelling out information collection and handling practices that should be prohibited because they’re likely to cause significant harm to people.Therrien’s latest report comes amid almost daily headlines about digital breaches of personal information due to lax practices by companies and government agencies.in it, the commissioner describes lapses involving the information-sharing provisions of controversial anti-terrorism legislation, a federal web tool intended to stimulate discussion of electoral reform and the dysfunctional Phoenix payroll system.In the attempted suicide case, Therrien’s investigation found the sensitive information was uploaded to the national police database known as CPIC by the Toronto police service, which had responded when the woman called 911.Certain information in CPIC is shared with American law-enforcement agencies under an agreement between the RCMP and the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation. The privacy commissioner therefore concluded the Mounties are responsible for ensuring this sharing complies with the Privacy Act.The information about the attempted suicide was recorded by Toronto police to help officers should they encounter the woman in future. But U.S. Customs and Border Protection used the information for an entirely different purpose — a violation of Canada’s privacy law, the commissioner found.“We concluded that information about an attempted suicide can only be shared with U.S. border officials where the individual can reasonably be considered to present a risk to others,” the watchdog said.In other investigations, Therrien found:— There were significant record-keeping deficiencies related to the Security of Canada Information Sharing Act, a key element of 2015 omnibus anti-terrorism legislation that expanded information-sharing between key federal agencies.— The Privy Council Office’s MyDemocracy.ca website, part of a national dialogue on electoral reform, allowed disclosure of personal information of participants to third parties such as Facebook without their consent. However, there was no evidence PCO was using measures to identify participants or to track responses to the survey questions.— Inadequate testing, coding errors and poor monitoring of the beleaguered Phoenix federal pay system resulted in exposure of personal information of public servants. At least 11 breaches occurred and the information included employee names and salary information.In some cases, the commissioner found, information in the Phoenix system could be changed and transactions could be conducted. In addition, Therrien determined there may be lingering vulnerabilities that could lead to future breaches.When the previous Conservative government adopted Phoenix, the goal was to streamline the pay system — and save taxpayers about $70-million a year. But that plan quickly unravelled as more than 80,000 civil servants reported being underpaid, overpaid or not paid at all.Ottawa has since earmarked around $400 million over two years to address lingering problems related to the program.— Follow @JimBronskill on Twitterlast_img read more