first_imgWashington: Indian-Americans, including a top American lawmaker, applauded the historic decision granted by the US Air Force to a Sikh-American servicemen to wear a turban, beard, and unshorn hair while on active-duty. Airman 1st Class (A1C) Harpreetinder Singh Bajwa an Airman near Lakewood, Washington State, was authorised to adhere to Sikh religious grooming and dress principles while serving his country. Indian-American Congressman Ami Bera applauded the decision of the US Air Force to the authorise the first active Airman to wear a turban, beard, and long beard in adherence to his religious beliefs. Also Read – ‘Hong Kong won’t rule out Chinese help over protests’ “Sikhs have long played an important role in protecting and defending our nation,” he said. “It is only right that these patriots be able to serve while in their religious attire or grooming. I urge the Department of Defence to expand these religious accommodations and make them more easily accessible,” Bera said. Previously, Sikhs were not permitted to adhere to certain Sikh beliefs due to grooming and dress guidelines. In 2017, the Army became the first military branch to allow Sikh Americans to receive career-long accommodations to wear articles of faith. Also Read – Pak Army chief accompanies Imran at key meetings in China Bera, in concert with the Sikh Coalition, advocated for a constituent from California’s 7th District, Private Shabaddeep Singh Jammu, to obtain long-term religious accommodation. As a first-generation American born to an immigrant family, A1C Bajwa enlisted in the Air Force in 2017, eager to give back by serving his country. At the time, he was not permitted to practice certain Sikh beliefs due to Air Force grooming and dress rules, Sikh American Legal Defence, and Education Fund (SALDEF) said. However, after learning about religious accommodations granted recently to Sikh service members in the US Army, as well as a religious accommodation allowing a Muslim Air Force JAG Corps officer, Cpt. Maysaa Ouza, to wear hijab, A1C Bajwa contacted Sikh American Veterans Alliance (SAVA) to determine whether he, too, would be eligible for an accommodation. The SAVA, through its pro bono counsel BakerHostetler, then connected Bajwa with the ACLU, which had successfully represented Cpt. Ouza and had won a groundbreaking lawsuit against the Army, requiring religious accommodation of a Sikh ROTC cadet. In response to a letter sent by the ACLU on Bajwa’s behalf, the Air Force approved his accommodation request. “As one of the first Sikh service members to receive a religious accommodation from the Army, I’m proud to see A1C Bajwa become the first active Airman allowed to wear his Sikh articles of faith while in uniform. Sikhs have a long history of serving in militaries around the world, and I’m confident that A1C Bajwa will represent that tradition honourably,” said Lieutenant Colonel Kamal Kalsi Singh, president of SAVA. “SALDEF is thrilled with the announcement that Airman 1st Class (A1C) Harpreetinder Singh Bajwa received accommodations from the Air Force to wear his turban and remain unshaven,” said Kiran Kaur Gill, SALDEF executive director. Heather L Weaver, senior staff attorney for the ACLU, applauded the Air Force’s decision. “No one should have to choose between following their faith or serving their country. We’re pleased that the Air Force granted our client’s request, and we hope that all branches of the military come to recognize the importance of religious inclusion and diversity,” Weaver said.last_img read more

Victoria Tasker wants to help put Niagara’s wine region on the map in a bigger and better way.“How amazing would it be if Niagara was as recognizable as Bordeaux or Champagne?” the MA candidate in Geography said.Tasker is working alongside her supervisor, Marilyne Jollineau, as part of a multi-disciplinary research team on a project entitled, “The Integration of Geomatic Technologies for Improved Vineyard Management in the Niagara wine region.” The project is funded by the Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE).Her research focuses on combining technologies such as Global Positioning Systems (GPS), Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and satellite imagery — the same technology used by Google Earth.“The OCE emphasizes ‘from mind to market’ research that bridges the gap between academic researchers and industry personnel. It is the dominant research-to-commercialization vehicle in Ontario,” says Tasker. “With our research we want to help grape growers make better decisions in managing their vineyards and give them as many advantages as possible to excel.”In the long run, she says, the research has value in bolstering Niagara’s reputation as a world-class wine destination.Tasker expects to complete her degree this year and has accepted a research fellowship position with Jollineau. Over the next year she also will consider her options for pursuing her doctoral degree.“I love what I do and I’m more motivated than ever to continue in this research area – it’s so fascinating and there’s so much to learn,” she says.Tasker is the recipient of two internal awards – the Harrison Thompson Bursary Trust Award and the W.D. Hatch Memorial Postgraduate Scholarship. She was one of four graduate students to share their Brock experiences during the recent student award and donor recognition celebration held by the Faculty of Graduate Studies. read more

OTTAWA — Canada’s national annual inflation rate was 1.9 per cent in August, Statistics Canada says. Here’s what happened in the provinces (previous month in brackets):— Newfoundland and Labrador: 0.7 per cent (2.0)— Prince Edward Island: 0.9 (0.7)— Nova Scotia: 1.6 (1.1)— New Brunswick: 2.0 (1.8)— Quebec: 2.2 (2.2)— Ontario: 1.9 (2.1)— Manitoba: 2.3 (2.2)— Saskatchewan: 1.9 (2.0)— Alberta: 1.3 (1.3)— British Columbia: 2.0 (2.1)The Canadian Press

Following months of sluggish crude exports under the United Nations humanitarian “oil-for-food” programme for Iraq, Baghdad last week sold 13.3 million barrels, the UN office running the effort announced today. This was the highest single weekly volume of exports registered since the 30 May start of the current phase of the programme, which allows Iraq to use a portion of its petroleum revenues to purchase humanitarian relief. Selling at an average price of €26.40 (euros) or $25.70 per barrel, the week’s exports netted an estimated €351 million or $344 million in revenue, the Office of the Iraq Programme said. Despite the increase in Iraqi oil exports during the week, approved contracts for the purchase of humanitarian supplies worth $2.32 billion still lack funds because of the programme’s cumulative revenue shortfall. read more

Junior midfielder David Planning (12) takes a shot during a game against Michigan April 12 at Ohio Stadium. OSU won, 15-6.Credit: Dan Hope / Lantern photographerIn a clash of the only remaining unbeaten teams left in ECAC play, the Ohio State men’s lacrosse team (5-6, 2-0) is scheduled to host the Air Force Falcons (8-3, 3-0) inside Ohio Stadium Saturday with first place on the line.Getting hot at the right time, the Buckeyes have won four of their last five after starting the season 1-5, including a convincing win over archrival Michigan in front of more than 17,000 fans last Saturday inside Ohio Stadium.However, OSU coach Nick Myers said the team has put the Michigan game behind them and they are now focused on taking an Air Force squad that is currently one of the hottest teams in the country.“For our men, it’s the next play, next game mentality,” Myers said. “We understand what’s on the line this weekend. You got an opportunity at a share of the conference championship, Air Force is looking at an opportunity to win it outright. Right now, it’s as close to a playoff mentality as you can get against a team that is red hot, very well coached, and has a lot of seniors.”Going into its last game against No. 17 Fairfield, Air Force had yet to record a victory over a team ranked in the top 20, but that didn’t stop them from handling the Stags for a 16-8 win.Now winners of six straight, Air Force sits atop the ECAC with the chance to win the regular season title for the first time under coach Eric Seremet.The Falcons are led by 14 seniors, who have the offense rolling right now after having scored 13 or more goals in five of their last six games.OSU senior goalie Scott Spencer said the team is just focused on themselves and playing the fundamentals well this weekend.“It’s not about any one guy. We just really want to hone in on supporting each other and focusing on the little things,” Spencer said. “These last two weeks, we’ve really been focused on fundamentals and the basics and not trying to get too fancy, but really knowing who we are and what we do best.”Spencer, who has started four games for the Buckeyes since fellow senior goalie Greg Dutton went down with an injury, is 3-1 on the season and is the reigning ECAC Defensive Player of the Week after holding Michigan to only six goals while making nine saves in the Showdown in the Shoe.Myers said Spencer, along with the rest of the Buckeye defense, will have to build on their momentum and confidence to slow down a potent Falcons offense led by senior attackman Mike Crampton (33 goals, 16 assists).“He’s been really steady. Scotty is a guy that brings a great deal of consistency to the lineup. He’s got a great work ethic,” Myers said. “Every day, Scotty is going to come to practice ready to go and I’m really happy to see him having success. I think his success is a product certainly of the defense as well. He’s doing his job in there and defensively, we are slowly starting to get more confidence as the year goes on together.”Offensively, junior midfielder Jesse King will hope to continue his stellar play, as he has 21 points in his last three games and 45 on the season. Junior attackman Reegan Comeault will also look to build on his scoring streak as the only Buckeye to tally a point in every game this season.Game time is set for Saturday at 1 p.m. and is slated to be Senior Day for 10 Buckeyes, including senior midfielder Jake Sharick, who won’t be able to play because of an ACL tear that has kept him sidelined all year. Despite the injury, Sharick said the game will be just as special as if he was playing.“We are all working for the same thing,” Sharick said. “Everyone’s trying to get one job done, so I feel just as part of the team as if I was on the field. We’re all gonna take that mindset in for this day, so it’ll be a fun day.” read more

← Previous Story Struga 2013 intro to another fantastic season: Vardar, Metalurg, Constanta, Ivry, Meshkov… Next Story → Handball madness in BiH – Denmark, Croatia, Germany, Slovenia and Sweden to TOP 16! Giuseppe Colasuonnohandball transfersUS Creteil One of the most promising young Italian players, Giuseppe Colasuonno, has signed a two years’ contract with the French D2 team US Creteil.Infact he will start his French pro adventure at the end of July.Colasuonno, a line player born in 1995, is 1.97 m tall with a weight of 105 kgs.He has been a regular in the Italian Under 20 and Under 18 national teams.When Giuseppe was only 15 years old, in order to play handball, he left his hometown of Andria to move to Fasano.He played for one of the best-known Italian teams, Conversano, from 2011 to 2013.Last March during a try-out at US Creteil, both coach Pavoni and the team manager Gueric Kervadec were impressed by Colasuonno’s promising playing and physical skills, which ended with signing the two years deal.Hopefully, after Giuseppe, other young Italian players will try to land a contract abroad, as at a time where Italian men’s handball is sinking gripped with an endemic crisis, the only way to promote the growth of young players will be to get noticed in more competitive and financially stable European leagues.Good luck to Giuseppe!Useful links:www.uschb.fr@USCreteilHBLUCA  DEL BIANCO read more

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram When Peter Clements, mayor of Australia’s second largest island, Kangaroo Island, visited Mytilene last summer for the 14th Islands of the World International Conference, he was taken aback by the hospitality and the genuine way in which he was welcomed by the Greeks. “The conference held at Mytilene last year, although organised under challenging conditions both economically and politically, was a remarkable experience. It’s no wonder Australia has always got on well with our friends from Greece. They are so affable and easy to get along with,” says KI’s mayor, who during his stay on the picturesque island had the opportunity to meet with Mayor Spiros Galinos, as well as a plethora of academics and islanders. “Over a million refugees have poured through Mytilene from Turkey in the past years, many of whom were still on the island being looked after by the Greeks. I don’t mean to be political, but Australia needs to take a lesson from Greece in humanity. The Greeks, even during their country’s worst economic downturn in history, still have time to assist refugees in finding a home and look after their welfare. “I take my hat off to these wonderful islanders, because although it was pretty obvious that the state of the economy was not good during our visit, such a thing was not reflected in people’s attitude,” says Clements in an interview with Neos Kosmos. Unsurprisingly, the refugee crisis was one of the discussion points during his meeting with the mayor of Mytilene, together with the global economy and the tourism industry.“I met with him and I must admit that he made my work here on Kangaroo Island look like a walk in the park. I was very encouraged by his strength of character and purpose.”Peter ClementsAccording to Clements, the 15th Islands of the World International Conference (International Small Islands Studies Association, ISISA) will be held on Kangaroo Island in South Australia between 2 and 7 July 2017. The theme for next year’s conference will be ‘Small Island Communities, Models for Global Survival’. “It is a multi-disciplinary conference that will explore how small island communities can contribute to global survival through empowering communities for peace and productivity, preparing people for the world of tomorrow, nurturing the human spirit, protecting nature, feeding the world and developing solutions for self-sufficiency. “It will be a conference of academic excellence that offers participants the opportunity to be connected with and be immersed in an island community and its environment, and we are sincerely hoping that other people from the Greek islands will join us as academic providers of information and as observers.”Clements says that during last year’s conference, which was hosted by the academic staff of the Mytilene campus of the University of the Aegean, it became most obvious to all attendees that the Greek professionals’ and academic’s knowledge, history and experience could be extremely vital and quintessential for what it can offer to the rest of the world. Therefore, he is desperately trying to raise funds for scholarships to bring people to Australia, and he is aiming to get two professors, Ioannis Spilanis and Thanasis Kizos, from Mytilene to attend, as well as two postgraduate students.“Although it is difficult in these times to raise sufficient funds, it would be great if some of our well-known Adelaide Greek businessmen could assist us with some funding, therefore we are now appealing to the Greek community in Australia to come to the rescue,” says the mayor.“Australia has a long way to go in its humanitarian approach to the rest of the world and I would like to think that Kangaroo Island could open its arms to people who are less fortunate in these global circumstances. We have a very healthy and growing economy on the island, with possibly one of the world’s most liveable communities, but we already have accommodation and labour shortages which are expected to increase significantly over the next few years as we deal with hundreds of millions of dollars worth of new projects,” he said.“The island needs more people.” For more information please contact Kangaroo Island Council on (08) 8553 4500 or visit the council’s website at www.kangarooisland.sa.gov.aulast_img read more

first_imgOrange et le couac de son logiciel de protection de téléchargement P2PFrance – Afin d’aider les internautes à surveiller leur ordinateur, Orange a proposé un logiciel visant à empêcher les téléchargements en P2P. Problème : les adresses IP des utilisateurs se sont retrouvées sur Internet.Les parents abonnés d’Orange voulant empêcher leurs enfants de télécharger en P2P ont eu la désagréable surprise de retrouver leur adresse IP sur Internet. Le logiciel du FAI a été victime d’une faille dans son système de sécurité, et le programme communique avec un serveur distant qui affiche tout simplement toutes les adresses IP des clients qui utilisent le logiciel de protection. Le risque de piratage est ainsi renforcé, si une personne mal intentionnée entre en possession de ces données. L’éditeur Nordnet a fermé pour le moment le serveur et essaie de remédier au problème.Le 14 juin 2010 à 11:50 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

first_imgAmputée, la queue des geckos léopards continue de vivreA l’instar de plusieurs autres espèces animales, les geckos léopards peuvent volontairement s’amputer d’une partie de leurs corps pour détourner l’attention de leurs prédateurs. Le reptile abandonne ainsi parfois sa queue qui… continue de vivre quelques minutes après son amputation.Les geckos léopards, comme nombre d’autres espèces de lézards, de serpents, de poulpes, d’araignées et même certains mammifères comme les rats épineux de Cuvier, se séparent parfois de leurs appendices non vitaux pour échapper à leurs prédateurs ou détourner leur attention.Le reptile, baptisé léopard pour sa peau beige ou jaune marquée de taches sombres, peut ainsi abandonner volontairement sa queue. Et si généralement les organes amputés meurent très rapidement, ce n’est pas le cas de la queue de ces geckos, qui peut rester active pendant trente minutes après que leur propriétaire l’a abandonnée. Timothy Higham, de l’Université de Californie, et son confrère Anthony Russell, de l’Université canadienne de Calgary, ont découvert que les appendices étaient capables de réaliser deux mouvements différents après l’amputation. La queue peut en effet sautiller et s’élever à trois centimètres du sol pendant plusieurs minutes. Elle est aussi capable de se balancer de gauche à droite, et ce pendant plusieurs dizaines de minutes. Des récepteurs tactiles situés sur la queueÀ lire aussiObservez ces incroyables fourmis faire disparaître le corps d’un geckoPour comprendre ce phénomène, les chercheurs dont les travaux sont publiés par The Journal of Experimental, ont implanté quatre électrodes dans la queue de quatre geckos léopards endormis. Ils ont ensuite réveillé les lézards et pincé la base de leur queue pour les contraindre à s’en débarrasser. Timothy Higham et Anthony Russell ont alors enregistré l’activité électrique des queues aussi longtemps qu’elles sont restées en mouvement, et ont découvert que deux circuits neuronaux distincts, mais pouvant agir simultanément, étaient liés à ces mouvements.Si le balancement très régulier semble être contrôlé par un processus automatique, les sauts sont plus erratiques et le circuit qui les contrôle pourrait être lié à des récepteurs tactiles de la queue. Les sauts constitueraient alors une réponse à des stimuli externes, offrant aux geckos léopards une parade des plus efficaces pour leurrer leurs prédateurs.Le 25 janvier 2012 à 11:30 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

first_img“Face-to-Face Networking: It’s All About Communication” by Kathy Condon, Vancouver networking and executive coach, will be released Wednesday, June 29. It’s available in Vancouver for $15.95 at Beacock’s Music, 1420 S.E. 163rd Ave.; and Java House, 210 W. Evergreen Blvd. On the Web: Amazon.com and kathy@kathycondon.info.These days, we use our hands often to tap out electronic messages. But Kathy Condon says our hands can play a much more powerful role in communication. Combining a firm handshake with direct eye contact and a winning smile makes each recipient of the gesture feel like the most important person on earth.“At that moment, he or she is the only person that matters to you,” said Condon, a Vancouver networking coach who has just finished writing her second self-published book on the topic.Condon’s 166-page “Face-to-Face Networking: It’s All About Communication” is filled with tips — for the novice or the old hand — on the art of meeting and forming relationships with potential clients, colleagues and friends. Written “how-to” style, the book tells readers everything about networking, from where to find an event to the best way to position your name tag. Condon’s chapter on hand shaking talks about the importance of executing a good handshake (the “Vs” of each hand meet, grip firmly, pump twice) and the social nuances of a poorly carried-out greeting.last_img read more

first_imgNew Delhi: A Delhi court on Thursday sentenced Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA Somdutt to six months imprisonment for physically assaulting a man, leaving him grievously injured during the 2015 Assembly election campaign. Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Samar Vishal pronounced the quantum of sentence on the MLA from Sadar Bazar constituency. Also Read – National Herald case: Officer bearers of Congress were cheats, Subramanian Swamy tells court Advertise With Us The court also fined him Rs 2 lakh, of which Rs 1 lakh is to be paid to the victim, Pandit Sanjiv Rana. Somdutt had been convicted on June 29. During the run up to the 2015 elections in Delhi, Somdutt along with 50 men went to Gulabi Bagh and continuously rang the doorbell of Rana’s house. When Rana objected to it, he was allegedly attacked by Somdutt’s supporters mercilessly.last_img read more

first_img More information: Natural gas: The fracking fallacy, Nature 516, 28–30 (04 December 2014) www.nature.com/news/natural-ga … king-fallacy-1.16430 Journal information: Nature Just half a decade ago geological experts with the government and in private industry were bemoaning the sad state of U.S. energy production. Gas prices were high causing the government to invest funds in renewable resources, but then, suddenly, hydraulic fracturing, now known the world over as fracking took off, offering industry and consumers a seemingly unending energy source. President Obama boasted that fracking would provide the U.S. and other countries with natural gas for a hundred years. That boast was slightly tempered when the EIA suggested that peak production would likely last up till 2040, and then taper off after that. Now, the Texas team is suggesting that even that estimate is too optimistic—they suggest the peak will likely come in 2020, and after that production will fall off dramatically.The estimates differ, Inman says, because of differing approaches used to arrive at estimates. The Texas team used finer resolution he says, which offers a more realistic view of where we stand. As an example, he notes that the EIA made estimates based on county wide production in a given area, whereas the Texas team divided areas into one square mile units. Basing estimates on counties, he says, isn’t fine enough because county size varies so much, with some as large as a thousand square kilometers. He and his team believe that the EIA also erred by overlooking human nature in the equation. Mining companies tend to look for the sweet spots, which is where production will be highest, he notes—once the sweet spots are depleted, production drops dramatically because there is less gas to be found, which means adding more costs to retrieve it.Inman also claims that several other smaller university based studies have found the EIA’s estimates to be overly optimistic as well. He notes that it’s critical that true estimates be made, as the future U.S. economy is being based on investments in natural gas—not getting it right could very well spell disaster. Explore further This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Citation: New study suggests US fracking boom may not last as long as predicted (2014, December 4) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2014-12-fracking-boom.htmlcenter_img (Phys.org)—A team of researchers with the University of Texas has conducted an analysis of the fracking business in the United States and has found that the estimates made by other groups, most specifically the Energy Information Administration (EIA) regarding the amount of natural gas that can be extracted, is much too high. In a Nature News Feature, team lead Mason Inman suggests that the boom may last just half as long as predicted. Credit: EIA/Univ. Texas/Goldman Sachs/Wood Mackenzie/Navigant, via Nature, doi:10.1038/516028a Water use for fracking oil resembles use for conventional production © 2014 Phys.orglast_img read more

first_img by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeKelley Blue BookYou Won’t Believe How Affordable These Ford Car Models AreKelley Blue BookUndoGrepolis – Free Online GameGamers Around the World Have Been Waiting for this GameGrepolis – Free Online GameUndoTODAYPolice Identify Girl Licking Ice Cream Tub In Viral VideoTODAYUndoForbesAmerica’s Richest Self-Made WomenForbesUndoVerizon WirelessThis new phone will blow your mind.Verizon WirelessUndoMy Food and FamilyHealthy, Homemade Drunken Thai Noodles In Just 20 MinutesMy Food and FamilyUndoAdvertisement If you follow gaming hardware company Corsair, you may have seen an extremely entertaining video on what Google Chrome does to your computer’s RAM. I had a good laugh along with everyone else — and then, a few days later, I noticed Chrome going to town on my RAM while I was trying to have a videoconference for work. Was it time to go back to Firefox? Could Microsoft’s exhortations to use Edge actually have some merit? Before I deleted Chrome in a fit of pique, I figured I should at least investigate the alternatives first.I ran a few casual tests to see just how hungry each Internet browser was for RAM, and the data bore out a surprising conclusion. While Chrome is, indeed, a resource hog, the other two major browsers are even worse. If you want to preserve some RAM for other applications, there are more effective ways than consigning Chrome to the Recycle Bin.Why does Chrome use so much RAM?Before we dive into the testing, it’s important to understand a few things about RAM, and why Chrome uses so much of it. First off, to hash out a very basic point, RAM stands for random-access memory. It’s a form of data storage that programs use in real-time.MacBook Air vs MacBook Pro: Which 13-inch MacBook Is Right For You?Apple’s entry-level MacBook Air and Pro look pretty similar, but our testing proved they differ in crucial ways.Your Recommended PlaylistVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9接下来播放Which Cheap Tablet Is Best? Amazon Fire 7 vs Walmart Onn02:45关闭选项Automated Captions – en-USAutomated Captions – en-USAutomated Captions – en-US facebook twitter 发邮件 reddit 链接https://www.laptopmag.com/articles/google-chrome-resource-hog?jwsource=cl已复制直播00:0003:4603:46 To oversimplify things a bit, just as you store files on your hard drive permanently, programs store data in RAM temporarily. The more RAM you have, the more programs you can run simultaneously. Likewise, very complex programs (like video games) require a lot of RAM to run by themselves. If you run out of RAM, your computer will start juggling applications and apportioning RAM based on (perceived) priority.As you can imagine, an Internet browser like Chrome can eat up a ton of RAM, depending on what you’re doing. Reading a static document probably won’t take up much memory, but editing a Google Document, watching a movie on Netflix, playing a browser game or streaming music can demand quite a lot of your computer’s attention.MORE: How to Remove Extensions from ChromeIf you’re using Chrome as a multimedia powerhouse, it’s going to use up a lot of RAM. There’s no way around that. However, the browser can take up a lot of memory, even if you’re just checking e-mail or browsing through search results. This has less to do with Chrome itself and more with what you have installed on it.Remember, Chrome isn’t just one entity: it’s a collection of tabs and extensions, and each one takes up a different amount of RAM. To determine exactly where your RAM is going, you can open up task manager on Windows (Ctrl + Alt + Del) or utility monitor on Mac (search “utility monitor” in the Finder). You should be able to drop down Chrome into multiple processes, then determine which process is tied to which extension or tab. It’s a bit tedious, but at least you’ll know where all of your memory is going.If you find that one extension is eating up an inordinate amount of RAM, you can disable or delete it in Chrome’s Extensions menu (Settings, More Tools). You can also keep an eye on which tabs are RAM-intensive, but remember: If something like Netflix is taking up a lot of memory, that’s just the program working as intended.Putting Chrome, Firefox and Edge to the TestIt wasn’t until I ran a few tests that I realized that Chrome — as bloated and resource-intensive as it is — may actually be the best option of the three.My experiment was as follows: I loaded fresh installations of Chrome, Firefox and Edge on my computer, then loaded up ten tabs that I might run in an everyday situation. (It’s not likely that I’d have all ten of them open at once, but I’m also not perfect about closing my tabs when they’re not in use, and neither is the average user.) These tabs included Google Drive, Netflix, YouTube, Amazon and the Tom’s Guide homepage. Some were very demanding; others were lightweight.RAM usage is also dynamic, so it changes as you use websites. But even once I let all the pages settle, the results were clear: Chrome was less than half as demanding as its Mozilla and Microsoft counterparts. My 10 tabs took up 725 MB of RAM on Chrome, while they demanded 2.6 GB on Firefox and 3.1 GB on Edge.Matters didn’t change much when I increased the stress on the browsers. At the recommendation of my editor, I added 10 more tabs to the test, including demanding sites like Spotify, Shutterstock, Dropbox and Rotten Tomatoes. Chrome still consumed the last RAM, hovering around 1.2 GB. Strangely, Firefox acquitted itself better in this round, consuming only 1.5 GB of memory. (If I had to guess, I would assume this is due to better optimization; Firefox can the data in certain tabs and deprioritize others.) Edge came in a distant third place: 2.0 GB after the Universal Windows Platform memory limiter kicked in, but about 4.2 GB before that happened.I should stress at this point that my test wasn’t highly scientific; it was just an everyday usage scenario, and this could vary tremendously depending on your computer’s makeup and your online habits. It could also change a lot depending on what kind of plugins you install on each browser. But, at least the way I use the Internet, Chrome is the least greedy of the three major Web browsers. And believe me, considering how much memory Chrome can eat up, that conclusion doesn’t exactly fill me with joy.Bottom LineAt least anecdotally, Chrome uses a lot of RAM, and the other two use even more. But savvy computer users may point out that this isn’t really a bad thing — at least depending on how much RAM you have. RAM isn’t like hard drive space; there’s no real reason to conserve it. RAM prioritizes and resets every time you open a new program. Unused RAM isn’t doing anything useful; in theory, the most efficient computer is one that uses every available byte of memory.The trouble, of course, is that humans don’t really think about how much memory a given process will consume, and a computer can only prioritize as well as it’s programmed. Leaving some RAM open may not be efficient, but it’s prudent. You never know how demanding that next website you open will be, or whether you’ll need to open up a Word processor to take a few notes, or if you’ll suddenly have to jump onto a video call. Having some RAM at your disposal makes computing easier and more efficient.In the end, if you want to save RAM, switching away from Chrome isn’t the way to go. Disabling extensions you don’t use, closing tabs when you’re done and limiting access to demanding sites (at least when you need the memory for other things) will serve you much better.Credit: Google; ShutterstockHow to Enable Do Not Track in ChromeHow to Use Chrome Extensions in Incognito ModeHow to Use Chrome Browserlast_img read more

first_imgThe ‘Neural Information Processing Systems’, or ‘NIPS’, a well-known machine learning and computational neuroscience conference adopted ‘NeurIPS’ as an alternative acronym for the conference, last week. The acronym ‘NIPS’ had been under the spotlight worldwide over the past few years as some members of the community thought of the acronym as “sexist” and pointed out that it is offensive towards women. “Something remarkable has happened in our community. The name NeurIPS has sprung up organically as an alternative acronym, and we’re delighted to see it being adopted”, mentioned the NeurIPS team. NIPS team also added that they have taken a couple of measures to support the new acronym. This is why all signage and the program booklet for the 2018 meeting will have either the full conference name or NeurIPS mentioned to refer to the conference. Sponsors have also been asked to make sure that they make the required changes within their document materials. A branding company has also been hired to get a new logo designed for the conference. Moreover, the conference site has been moved to neurips.cc. “one forward-thinking member of the community purchased neurips.com and described the site’s purpose as ‘host[ing] the conference content under a different acronym… until the board catches up,” as mentioned on NeurIPS news page. NIPS organizers had conducted a  poll, back in August, on the NIPS website asking people if they agree or disagree with the name change. Around 30% of the respondents had answered that they support the name change (28% males and about 44% females) while 31% ‘strongly disagreed’ with the name change proposal (31% male and 25% female). This had led to NIPS keeping the name as it is. However, many people were upset by the board’s decision, and when the emphasis on a name change within the community became evident, the name got revised. One such person who was greatly dissatisfied with the decision was Anima Anandkumar, director of Machine Learning at Nvidia, who had started a petition on change.org last month. The petition managed to gather 1500 supporters as of today. “The acronym of the conference is prone to unwelcome puns, such as the perhaps subversively named pre-conference “TITS” event and juvenile t-shirts such as “my NIPS are NP-hard”, that add to the hostile environment that many ML researchers have unfortunately been experiencing” reads the petition. Anima pointed out that some of these incidents trigger uncomfortable memories for many researchers who have faced harassing behavior in the past. Moreover, Anandkumar tweeted out with #ProtestNIPS in support of the conference changing its name, which received over 300 retweets. After the board’s decision to rebrand the name, Anandkumar tweeted out thanking everyone for their support for #protestNIPS. “ I wish we could have started with a clean slate and done away with problematic legacy, but this is a compromise. I hope we can all continue to work towards better inclusion in #ml”. Other than Anandkumar, many other people had been equally active in amplifying the support for #protestNIPS. People in support of #protestNIPS Jeff Dean, head of Google AI Dean had tweeted in support of Anandkumar, saying that NIPS should take the issue of name change seriously: Dr. Elana J Fertig, Associate Professor of Applied Mathematics, Johns Hopkins Elana had also tweeted in support of #protestNIPS. “These type of attitudes cannot be allowed to prevail in ML. Women need to be welcome to these communities. #WomenInSTEM” Daniela Witten, professor of (bio)statistics, University of Washington Witten tweeted saying: “I am so disappointed in @NipsConference for missing the opportunity to join the 21st century and change the name of this conference. But maybe the worst part is that their purported justification is based on a shoddy analysis of their survey results”. “Thanks to everyone who has taken the time to share thoughts and concerns regarding this important issue. We were considering alternative acronyms when the community support for NeurIPS became apparent. We ask all attendees this year to respect this solution from the community and to use the new acronym in order that the conference focus can be on science and ideas”, mentioned the NeurIPS team. Read Next NIPS 2017 Special: Decoding the Human Brain for Artificial Intelligence to make smarter decisions NIPS 2017 Special: A deep dive into Deep Bayesian and Bayesian Deep Learning with Yee Whye Teh NIPS 2017 Special: How machine learning for genomics is bridging the gap between research and clinical trial success by Brendan Freylast_img read more

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The three Luxury Collection properties are the doyen, 217-room Pine Cliffs Hotel, and, slightly younger, 155-unit Pine Cliffs Residences and the 2016-vintage top-end 150-unit Pine Cliffs Ocean Suites. I stayed in suite 401 at the far end of the Suites and it was totally gorgeous, almost Beverly Hills with no need for opulence because of the all-wall windows over big terraces to pines below, and blue ocean beyond.Hugo, the charming head concierge, came in especially on a Sunday morning to drive me around the whole estate in a buggy, and we then went on to a tile tour. Yes, a TILE tour! Pine Cliffs Hotel is literally a gallery of Portugal’s gorgeous tiles, which apparently were copied from pictures made up of smaller tiles, in Spain. The Portuguese tile industry, sadly, is in decline – here, every one of the hotel’s bedrooms has a tile bedhead and there are 40 tile pictures, on corridor walls, showing regional dress around Portugal. All the tilework here came from C. Constancia, which has now gone out of business. At least the pieces that are here will not go out of use: the colours are baked in, forever, and being fixed to walls means they are not likely to get broken.The facilities here are really outstanding, with a nine-hole golf course, an Annabel Croft tennis academy, a soccer field that sometimes hosts pop-up conference tents, lots of swimming pools, indoor and out, and masses of eating and drinking venues, plus a minimart for those who want to self-cater. My room – sorry, suite – had a Siemens kitchenette leading off the eight-seat dining end of the massive living room. Like all the units in this particular luxury hotel, and those in the Residences, it is owned, which means that the clever investor who bought suite 401 has 25 weeks a year of its use, for free. Go cruising for the other half of the year and you would not need a home anywhere else… and, when you are here, you have THE BEACH.There are over 150 beautiful beaches to choose from in the region and Jassim Al-Bahar fell in love with one of the most breathtaking of the lot. An elevator can take you between beach and cliff top, but it is still 112 boardwalk steps from elevator base to the actual sand – if you forgo the elevator, as I did, and you have another 80 steps up to clifftop level. Down on the beach it is lazing-or-activity, all day long. There is also a beach-set café, run by Olivier, from LisbonOther Pine Cliff habitués spend all day up at the top of the cliffs, enjoying everything from activities to hours of sunbathing. There is also an impressive Serenity, The Art Of Well Being Spa, where I had an 80-minute Senses of the Algarve experience. First, Catarina did a hearty scrub, using Fleur-de-Sel from Ria Formosa National Park blended, here at the spa, with Falésia Beach sand and orange oil. After a shower, I was wrapped in chocolate-smelling (and looking) carob, which apparently is rich in selenium, and good for antioxidisation and fighting bacteria. Another shower, and I was massaged with local orange oil, and I finished with lemongrass tea. Then it was time for lunch, outside under a Zest umbrella.I was really impressed by the eating opportunities throughout the entire complex. I particularly loved Zest, which is open from 9 am all day long, offering food for Mind, Body & Soul. I had a tray of dips and vegetables, with crudites set vertically in an ice-filled glass bowl (loved the eggplant spread!). My main course was superb, a bowl of toasted quinoa topped with harissa chicken, grilled halloumi and just-right avocado, all of which, according to the menu, offered 250 calories, 150mg sodium and nine grams of carb. Zest has a small to-go counter, too, which supplements what you can also buy at the resort’s minimart. Sadly, in my short stay there were many restaurants I never had time to visit.My evening started with cocktails at Mirador Champagne Bar, outside at the clifftop, which sensibly starts its sundowner offerings at four o’clock, extremely civilized for anyone still on, say, a Perth time zone. There was a gin-and-tonic promotion, which proved to be an introduction to a Portuguese gin, Big Boss, from the long-established Nato Costa distillery: Big Boss uses 11 botanicals and, certainly, it is a distinctly dry gin, which some say highlights angelica and cardamom. It was served in a big tulip glass, with lots of ice and that now-universal tonic, by Fever-Tree.As the light faded, we walked across to O Pescador, choosing our enormous seabass, to be shared, from a display outside, by the cooking station. Inside, the fish was later presented, grilled with marvellous local vegetables. 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