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Women’s Golf Leads After Day One of Loyola Invitational

first_img Day 1 Results Story Links The Drake University women’s golf team finished day one of the Loyola Invitational in sole possession of first place, Monday evening. Drake has a 36-hole total of 617 (310-307), which puts them two strokes ahead of South Dakota. The Bulldogs showed a total team effort through 36 holes, placing all five of their competing members, plus one golfer playing as an individual, in the top 20 of the 53-player field through the first day of competition. What has separated Drake from the rest of the pack was its top-to-bottom success so far, with just 11 strokes separating the top and bottom finishers through day one.”The team showed they can grind today,” said Drake head coach Rachael Pruett-Hornbaker. “It wasn’t our best day of golf and we still managed to pull together a couple of decent rounds as a team. The talent of this group is deep, and it’s showing with different players contributing to the team score each round.”Of Drake’s six players currently inside the top 20, three are in the top seven including sophomore and reigning MVC Golfer of the Week Haeri Lee. Lee posted rounds of 78 and 74 and is currently in fifth place overall. Kristen Giles and Sigurlaug Jonsdottir both shot 154 and are tied for 7th place.”Sigurlaug showed great mental toughness today,” Pruett-Hornbaker said. “After starting her day with several bogeys, we had a chat about what was happening and her demeanor completely changed after that. She was loose, confident, and having fun. In her second round, she didn’t let a late double bogey get to her and made a birdie a few holes later. I’m really proud of the way she carried herself today.”Aimee Gerschke posted a 159 (81-78) and is tied for 16th, and freshman Abby Marting is tied for 20th with a 36-hole total of 163 (84-79) in her first collegiate event as part of the main lineup. Sam Paulak, playing as an individual, also totaled a 163 (81-82) to finish the day tied for 20th.The Bulldogs will be back in action on Tuesday morning at 9 a.m.”I’m excited to have the team in contention and for the opportunity to gain experience of being in the lead,” Pruett-Hornbaker added.center_img Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

Latest: Bees 0 Sheffield Wednesday 0

first_imgBrentford had a goal disallowed for offside in a goalless first half against Sheffield Wednesday.With the Bees celebrating their 125th anniversary, Andre Gray side-footed in Jota’s incisive pass but immediately had it ruled out by the officials.Brentford had to ride out relentless pressure from the visitors just before the break, with Owls striker Stevie May hitting the post.Wednesday had a host of chances to take the lead, with David Button forced into a number of good saves.Defender Harlee Dean replaced the suspended James Tarkowski as Brentford’s only change and Dean also threatened with a header as he enjoyed a strong start to his return.Brentford (4-3-3): Button, McCormack, Dean, Craig, Bidwell; Judge, Douglas, Pritchard; Odubajo, Gray, JotaSubs not used: Bonham, Toral, Diagouraga, Betinho, Yennaris, Moore, Proschwitz Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Musonda tipped to join Marseille and Barton is linked with Watford move

first_imgA round-up of the latest transfer speculation involving Chelsea and QPR…Chelsea youngster Charly Musonda is being tipped to join Marseille on loan.There were reports this week that Arsenal could sign the 19-year-old midfielder, who is now said to be close to a move to France after rejecting Vitesse Arnhem.Meanwhile, the Northern Echo reports that speculation linking Chelsea’s Nathan Ake with a loan move to Middlesbrough are wide of the mark.Boro boss Aitor Karanka, who was Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho’s assistant at Real Madrid, signed Tomas Kalas, Patrick Bamford, Kenneth Omeruo and keeper Jamal Blackman on loan last season and is expected to bring in other Blues youngsters this time around.Related West London Sport stories: Boro expected to seal Kalas loan deal (10 June)Boro keen on Loftus Cheek loan deal (18 June)Ake was reportedly set to join Boro in a loan dealAbdul Baba Rahman has misgivings about joining Chelsea because he fears he will not play regularly, according to the Daily Mirror.The Mirror reported this week that Chelsea were pursuing a deal to sign the Ghana left-back, 20, from German club Augsburg and see him as a potential replacement for Filipe Luis.The newspaper now suggests that he has concerns because Filipe Luis – signed for £16m only 11 months ago – made just nine league starts last season, while Baba Rahman’s friend and international team-mate Christian Atsu has not broken in to the Blues first team.The Daily Telegraph say Chelsea’s Mohamed Salah wants his annual wages increased to more than £2m to return to Fiorentina on loan.The Italian media are reporting that Fiorentina are looking to put together a deal to sign Salah, 23, on a permanent basis, with Inter Milan also said to be keen.Paul Pogba, who has been constantly linked with Chelsea, could be on his way to Manchester City, according to The Sun. City boss Manuel Pellegrini is said to be confident of a deal to sign the former Manchester United midfielder from Juventus.The Sun also reports that Watford are favourites to sign Joey Barton following his release by QPR.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Utica FFA October/November 2019 Update

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Abby Paxton, Utica FFA 2019-2020 ReporterFFA CDE, Job InterviewBefore traveling to the Sub District Job Interview, the participating members had to prepare by creating a resume and a cover letter. On November 7, the participates went to the competition at Johnstown High school. The members were Hadley Ramirez-George, Lindsey Gray, and Rachel Dickson. At the competition they created on application for the desired job, they were interviewed by a judge for the job, and had a follow up call after that. At Sub Districts, Hadley placed 1st, Lindsey 1st, and Rachel 2nd in their age groups. After that they members had a moment to edit the resume and cover letter, then on the 18th of November they traveled to Districts at Licking Valley High School and competed. The participated in the same parts and were scored. A few days later the placing were announced, Hadley placed 2nd, Lindsey 4th, and Rachel 4th. All our participating members had an awesome time and we are proud of their amazing work!National ConventionL-R Josh Dickson and Courtney SmithAmanda Annett, Abby Paxton, Lindsay Gray, Shelby Thompson, Emily Hill, Kathryn Ramseyer, and Autumn DrummOn November 29th, 8 Utica FFA members loaded up to head to Indianapolis, Indiana for the 92nd National FFA Convention. Before we headed out, Utica High School Students and Staff sent off Abby Paxton, as one of our two competitors in the National FFA Agriscience Fair. Our other competitor was graduate Trina Orr.  To compete at Nationals you have to win first place at your state convention, which they both did. Then, they get a couple of months to critic their report and then submit it to Nationals. Twelve students are chosen to compete at nationals, from all across the nation. Both Abby and Trina were chosen in their age group to compete. The trip started out with traveling to Cincinnati to tour Jungle Jim’s International Grocery store. On Wednesday, both girls participated in an interview. During the interview, the girls had to talk to three judges and explain everything about their project in 20mins. After the judging, everyone got to spend time exploring the convention center and attending session. On Thursday, Abby and Trina attended a luncheon for all Agriscience Fair Finalists and found out if they were top three in their age group and category. We found out that Trina and Abby were not top 3 but learned later that Abby placed 8th with a silver rating and Trina Orr placed 8th with a gold rating. While at convention, we also attended the World’s Toughest Rodeo. Our convention trip ended with watching Utica’s graduates, Josh Dickson and Courtney Smith earn the highest degree in FFA, the American Degree.  The members that went had an amazing time at the National Convention and we are so happy for Abby and Trina for being in the top 10 in our Nation!OSU Hockey Game Trip2019 Hockey Game. There are too many to list!On October 18th, members from the Utica FFA Chapter, both middle school and high school traveled to Value City Arena in Columbus. There they watched the OSU Men’s Hockey team play Omaha. This was a special night that OSU set up for Ohio FFA members to attend the hockey game, so lots of other FFA members were in attendance.  The OSU team won 3-2! Everyone had a great time at the game and enjoyed all of the experiences that an OSU Hockey Game has to offer. State Soils Article2019 State Soils. L-R, Kenneth Davenport, Abby Paxton, Amanda Annett, and Emily HilThe Utica FFA Soil Team was beyond excited when they got placed high enough in the  district 7 soils CDE to compete at State Soils. On Saturday October 12th, four members of the Utica FFA Soils Team traveled to State Soils to compete. The four students that went were Amanda Annett, Emily Hill, Kenneth Davenport, and Abby Paxton. They competed in several competitions including pit judging; where they look at landforms, texture, and structure of the soil. The competition also included a general soil knowledge test and a land survey test. They were very anxious and nervous to find out the results after the competition. When the results were posted the team placed 30th out of 50. The individual scores were Amanda Annett 63rd, Kenneth Davenport 95th, Emily Hill 131st, and Abby Paxton 140th. This was the first time in a long time that our team made it to state.last_img read more

The Timeline Index in FCPX

first_imgAs stated in the video, the Timeline Index is incredibly helpful for anyone who does client review edits. Having the ability to quickly turn certain footage on and off gives the editor the ability to focus on certain clips in the timeline, which will make you and your client happy. This can minimize distractions and make editing much easier.This video was first shared by Mac Break Studio. Thanks for sharing guys!Have any other uses for the Timeline Index? Share in the comments below. Sort through your tagged footage with the Timeline Index in FCPX.The Timeline Index in Final Cut Pro X is more than simply a search feature. Users who know how to properly use the Timeline Index can save a ton of valuable time when editing, especially once a rough cut has been done.Not sure what the Timeline Index is? It’s one of the most underutilized tools in FCPX. To open up the Timeline Index simply hit Command+Shift+2 and you’re ready to start sorting through your tagged footage.In the following video by Mac Break Studio we take a look at the Timeline Index and examine what is possible when you tag your footage correctly. The video covers:Jumping to transitionsReplacing transitionsListing and changing titlesFinding tagged footageLocating and editing markersUsing the rolls tablast_img read more

D-League: Gamboa-St. Clare burns Mila’s Lechon for back-to-back wins

first_img2 ‘newbie’ drug pushers fall in Lucena sting Fil-Am guard Trevis Jackson sustained his standout performance, this time finishing with 19 points and five rebounds, while Aris Dionisio got 15 markers, four boards, and three blocks.Raymond Rubio chimed in 10 points off the bench, along with five rebounds, while Malian big man Mohammed Pare kept things afloat in the paint as he wound up with eight markers, 18 boards, three steals, and two rejections.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutThe Coffee Lovers are now at to 2-1.Dominant as the victory may seem, coach Jinino Manansala wasn’t happy with how Gamboa-St. Clare finished the game as it saw the lead dwindle down to as low as 11 late in the game. Gorayeb rues Lady Stags’ ‘lack of urgency, responsibility’ in doomed season “The boys underestimated our opponents and that’s why our lead was cut down,” he said. “I know they can take 30-point leads. This is a lesson for us that every game, we need to give our best.”Axel Iñigo was the lone bright spot for cellar-dweller Mila’s Lechon (0-3) with 23 points, seven rebounds, and seven assists.The Scores:GAMBOA COFFEE MIX-ST. CLARE 70 — Jackson 19, Dionisio 15, Rubio 10, Pare 8, Rebugio 8, Bitoon 4, Ambuludto 3, Hallare 2, Acuno 1, Catura 0.MILA’S LECHON 58 — Iñigo 23, Montuano 12, Ng 9, Delfinado 5, Acibar 2, Derige 2, Parala 2, Sarangay 2, Padilla 1, Bellosillo 0, Crisostomo 0, Deles 0, Herradura 0.ADVERTISEMENT Read Next PBA IMAGESGamboa Coffee Mix-St. Clare used a strong second quarter surge to dump Mila’s Lechon, 70-58, and cruise to its second win in the 2018 PBA D-League Aspirants’ Cup Thursday at Ynares Sports Arena in Pasig.Tied at 17 with 4:27 to play in the second frame, the Coffee Lovers staged a 16-0 burst to take a 33-17 halftime lead and grab a lead as high as 30, 59-29, early in the fourth quarter.ADVERTISEMENT Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City Globe Business launches leading cloud-enabled and hardware-agnostic conferencing platform in PH NEXT BLOCK ASIA 2.0 introduces GURUS AWARDS to recognize and reward industry influencers AFP official booed out of forum John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC MOST READ Slow and steady hope for near-extinct Bangladesh tortoises Quarters: 17-10, 33-17, 57-29, 70-58. LATEST STORIES Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View commentslast_img read more

Public private procurement a must for MSME Alapan

first_imgKolkata: Additional Chief Secretary of the state Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) department Alapan Bandopadhyay stated that public and private procurement is very much necessary for MSME to survive.On Wednesday, during a conclave organised by the Bengal Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCC&I), Bandopadhyay said: “Public and private procurement is extremely critical for the survival of the MSME.” He also launched the centre of excellence web-portal www.msmesupports.com. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeDuring the conclave, Bandopadhyay acknowledged the role of BCC&I and stated that the state government is actively associated with their endeavours. During the annual general meeting of BCC&I held in September, a MoU was signed between them and the Indo German Chamber of Commerce (IGCC), about starting a centre of excellence for MSME, which would help the sector in Bengal to identify suitable technology partners from Germany. Bandopadhyay further said, “The Bengal Chamber is indeed taking a lead and pivotal role in the MSME sector. Its core strength, particularly in the MSME sector, is extremely well recognised. The manufacturing subcommittee is working very hard. IGCC has done us all very proud in associating itself with BCC&I. The government of Bengal has been actively associated with all endeavours of BCCI. We look forward to further such great lead.”last_img read more

UK Engineers Have Developed a Prosthetic Hand That Can See

first_img Biomedical engineers at Newcastle University in the U.K. have developed a prosthetic hand with an incredible new skill: the ability to “see.”The bionic hand is fitted with a camera that “instantaneously takes a picture of the object in front of it, assesses its shape and size and triggers a series of movements in the hand,” according to a news release from the school.The team hopes this ushers in a new era of prosthetic hands that work better than anything available today, allowing the wearer to reach for objects automatically, without thinking. Prosthetic hands today require the wearer to physically stimulate the muscles of the arm to initiative movement — a process that takes concentration and practice.The new bionic hand bypasses this process: it “‘sees’ and reacts in one fluid movement,” the school said. “The hand ‘sees’ an object, picks the most appropriate grasp and sends a signal … all within a matter of milliseconds and 10 times faster than any other limb currently on the market.”The developers have already trialed this new technology with a small number of amputees. Now, they’re working with Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to offer the innovation to patients. A report on their work was published this week in the Journal of Neural Engineering. In the future, they’re hoping to develop a bionic hand that can sense pressure and temperature and transmit this information to the wearer’s brain.In a statement, co-author of the study Dr. Kianoush Nazarpour, a senior lecturer of biomedical engineering at Newcastle University, said prosthetic limbs haven’t changed much in the past century.”The design is much better and the materials are lighter weight and more durable but they still work in the same way,” Nazarpour said. “Using computer vision, we have developed a bionic hand which can respond automatically — in fact, just like a real hand, the user can reach out and pick up a cup or a biscuit with nothing more than a quick glance in the right direction.” 2 min read Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global This story originally appeared on PCMag Register Now » May 8, 2017last_img read more

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RedHat shares what to expect from next weeks firstever DNSSEC root key

first_imgOn Thursday, October 11, 2018, at 16:00 UTC, ICANN will change the cryptographic key that is at the center of the DNS security system- what is called DNSSEC. The current key has been in place since July 15, 2010. This switching of the central security key for DNS is called the “Root Key Signing Key (KSK) Rollover”. The above replacement was originally planned a year back. The procedure was previously postponed because of data that suggested that a significant number of resolvers where not ready for the rollover. However, the question is ‘Are your systems prepared so that DNS will keep functioning for your networks?’ DNSSEC is a system of digital signatures to prevent DNS spoofing. Maintaining an up-to-date KSK is essential to ensuring DNSSEC-validating DNS resolvers continue to function following the rollover. If the KSK isn’t up to date, the DNSSEC-validating DNS resolvers will be unable to resolve any DNS queries. If the switch happens smoothly, users will not notice any visible changes and their systems will work as usual. However, if their DNS resolvers are not ready to use the new key, users may not be able to reach many websites! That being said, there’s good news for those who have been keeping up with recent DNS updates. Since this rollover was delayed for almost a year, most of the DNS resolver software has been shipping for quite some time with the new key. Users who have been up to date with this news will have their systems all set for this change. If not, we’ve got you covered! But first, let’s do a quick background check. As of today, the root zone is still signed by the old KSK with the ID 19036 also called KSK-2010. The new KSK with the ID 20326 was published in the DNS in July 2017 and is called KSK-2017. The KSK-2010 is currently used to sign itself, to sign the Root Zone Signing Key (ZSK) and to sign the new KSK-2017. The rollover only affects the KSK. The ZSK gets updated and replaced more frequently without the need to update the trust anchor inside the resolver. Source: Suse.com You can go ahead and watch ICANN’s short video to understand all about the switch Now that you have understood all about the switch, let’s go through all the checks you need to perform #1 Check if you have the new DNSSEC Root Key installed Users need to ensure they have the new DNSSEC Root key ( KSK-2017) has Key ID 20326. To check this, perform the following: – bind – see /etc/named.root.key- unbound / libunbound – see /var/lib/unbound/root.key- dnsmasq – see /usr/share/dnsmasq/trust-anchors.conf- knot-resolver – see /etc/knot-resolver/root.keys There is no need for them to restart their DNS service unless the server has been running for more than a year and does not support RFC 5011. #2 A Backup plan in case of unexpected problems The RedHat team assures users that there is very less probability of occurrence of DNS issues. Incase they do encounter a problem, they have been advised to restart their DNS server. They can try to use the dig +dnssec dnskey. If all else fails, they should temporarily switch to a public DNS operator. #3 Check for an incomplete RFC 5011 process When the switch happens, containers or virtual machines that have old configuration files and new software would only have the soon to be removed DNSSEC Root Key. This is logged via RFC 8145 to the root name servers which provides ICANN with the above statistics. The server then updates the key via RFC 5011. But there are possibilities that it shuts down before the 30 day hold timer has been reached. It can also happen that the hold timer is reached and the configuration file cannot be written to or the file could be written to, but the image is destroyed on shutdown/reboot and a restart of the container that does not contain the new key. RedHat believes the switch of this cryptographic key will lead to an improved level of security and trust that users can have online! To know more about this rollover, head to RedHat’s official Blog. Read Next What Google, RedHat, Oracle, and others announced at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2018 Google, IBM, RedHat and others launch Istio 1.0 service mesh for microservices Red Hat infrastructure migration solution for proprietary and siloed infrastructurelast_img read more