first_img Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Published 7:09 pm Wednesday, June 4, 2014 Faith & Fun (PHOTO GALLERY) By Jaine Treadwell Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits By The Penny Hoarder Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Blood Sugar BlasterIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential HealthBet You’re Pretty Curious About Jaden’s Net Worth Right About Now, HuhBradofoThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancel Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies Are… Print Articlecenter_img Skip Southside Baptist Church in Troy is one of many churches of different denominations having Vacation Bible School this week. Nearly 100 children from kindergarten to fifth grade are attending the morning-long school to learn more about the Bible and God’s Word. Andrew Knick, church pastor, said the theme of this year’s VBS is Agency D-3, which is a study designed for children to investigate God’s Word through Bible study, music and arts and crafts while enjoying Christian fellowship. Time is set aside for cracker snacks and recreation. In each cracker treat was a mission statement for children. Peyton Stallings’ mission statement is Matthew 22:37 and Peyton said he’s up for his mission. Music has an important and popular place at most all VBS. K.C. Bradford found moving to music is fun. The children at VBS drew self-portraits and then found ways to disguise their portraits. Any successful investigator needs a good disguise. Book Nook to reopen Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Latest Stories Email the author You Might Like Holley wins district State Sen. Holley won his new district, which shall include Pike County in 2015. Above, he spoke to Pike County… read more Sponsored Contentlast_img read more

Utah State Men’s Basketball Announces Addition of Matthew Wickizer

first_imgJune 8, 2020 /Sports News – Local Utah State Men’s Basketball Announces Addition of Matthew Wickizer Tags: Matthew Wickizer FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLOGAN, Utah-Monday, Utah State men’s basketball head coach Craig Smith announced the addition of 6-9 forward Matthew Wickizer to his roster.Wickizer, who starred at Kearns High School, led the Cougars to a 20-4 record and a Region 2 title in 2017-18 and joins the Aggies’ program after serving a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Italy.Wickizer is the son of former Aggies standout Nate Wickizer, who averaged 9.1 points and 1.6 blocks per game at Utah State from 1992-1995.Nate Wickizer is still the Aggies’ all-time leader in blocked shots with 148 career swats.Smith lauded Matthew Wickizer for his size, skill and knack for shooting the ball well. Written by Brad Jameslast_img read more

The parenting divide

first_imgNew York Knicks basketball sensation Jeremy Lin was part of a teaching moment during Pei-Chia Lan’s recent talk at the Radcliffe Gymnasium. Only the image of the famous Harvard graduate was projected on the screen at the front of the hall, but Lin’s picture helped to underscore a point that Lan made about the attitude of middle-class Chinese and Taiwanese immigrant parents toward their children’s participation in team sports: They aren’t big fans.The parents find daily practices too time-consuming, with a schedule that often conflicts with Chinese language school, said Lan. Many parents also dread the “burden of socializing with American parents on the soccer field.”Author of “Global Cinderellas: Migrant Domestics and Newly Rich Employers in Taiwan,” a detailed ethnographic study of migrant domestic labor in Taiwan, Lan has brought the same rigor to her Harvard research for her next book project. As a fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, she is exploring how Taiwanese and Chinese immigrants negotiate cultural differences in child rearing and how they parent transnationally.Through extensive interviews in the United States and Taiwan, Lan has uncovered several telling trends that suggest how immigration, the changing nature of the global economy, and differences in class and social status affect attitudes toward parenting.In Taiwan, Lan found there has been a real shift in parenting styles, particularly in middle-class families, one that reflects the influence of Western models. Once more concerned with authority, discipline, and control, Taiwanese parents have adopted parenting strategies based on notions of cooperation, autonomy, and trust. They have also shifted from a strict focus on academic achievement, she said. Worried about their children’s well-being in “an overcompetitive education system, they put an increasing emphasis on linking learning and fun.”The reasons for the change include the industrial revolution in Taiwan, a time when children became “economically useless but emotionally priceless.” A reduced birth rate, the emergence of the nuclear family, democratic reforms of the 1990s, and rising Western influences also help “explain the changing notion of children in Taiwan.”Middle-class parents in Taiwan, Lan said, embrace Western parenting as “a superior cultural model to help them achieve cosmopolitanism in distinction from the lower class, with limited global exposure.”In the United States, middle-class immigrant parents interviewed by Lan revealed a strong interest in their child’s academic success. But that drive, she suggested, is often motivated by a sense that their child has to make up for a racial bias.While immigrant parents see their American neighbors as “loose parents,” they themselves “highlight the Chinese values of discipline and hard work as necessary tools for their children to survive in the context of racial inequality,” said Lan.She suggested that those parents have a dramatically different idea of assimilation. They make no effort to stop their children from speaking their native language, which was something that parents in the ’70s and ’80s discouraged in an effort to ensure their children were as American-sounding as possible. Today, middle-class parents encourage their children to speak Chinese, she said, in large part as a way to make them more marketable in a global economy where China is a rising force.Working-class immigrant parents, who see relocation to a new country as the ultimate move toward a better life, instead use a more “permissive” Western-based parenting model, said Lan, in the hope that “their children, living in an ethnic enclave, will achieve assimilation to a mainstream society.”last_img read more

NFL schedule 2020: Monday, Sunday, Thursday night football schedules, TV channels for prime time games

first_imgSept. 13 Los Angeles Rams vs. Dallas Cowboys Week 2Sept. 20Seattle Seahawks vs. New England PatriotsWeek 3Sept. 27New Orleans Saints vs. Green Bay PackersWeek 4Oct. 4San Francisco 49ers vs. Philadelphia EaglesWeek 5Oct. 11Seattle Seahawks vs. Minnesota VikingsWeek 6Oct. 18San Francisco 49ers vs. Los Angeles RamsWeek 7Oct. 25Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Las Vegas RaidersWeek 8Nov. 1Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas CowboysWeek 9Nov. 8Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. New Orleans SaintsWeek 10Nov. 15New England Patriots vs. Baltimore RavensWeek 11Nov. 22Las Vegas Raiders vs. Kansas City ChiefsWeek 12Nov. 29Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago BearsWeek 13Dec. 6Kansas City Chiefs vs. Denver BroncosWeek 14Dec. 13Buffalo Bills vs. Pittsburgh SteelersWeek 15Dec. 20Dallas Cowboys vs. San Francisco 49ersWeek 16Dec. 27Green Bay Packers vs. Tennessee TitansWeek 17Jan. 3TBD’Monday Night Football’ schedule 2020Start time : 8:15 p.m. ETTV channel : ESPNLive stream : ESPN appESPN is entering its 50th year as the home of Monday Night Football, but there have been a number of changes to the team in the booth throughout its history. There will be a new team on the call in 2020 after criticism of Joe Tessitore and Booger McFarland’s performance last year, but ESPN has yet to announce who it will be. Week 1 (7:15 p.m. ET)Sept. 14New York Giants vs. Pittsburgh SteelersWeek 1 (10:10 p.m. ET)Sept. 14Denver Broncos vs. Tennessee TitansWeek 2Sept. 21Las Vegas Raiders vs. New Orleans SaintsWeek 3Sept. 28Baltimore Ravens vs. Kansas City ChiefsWeek 4Oct. 5Green Bay Packers vs. Atlanta FalconsWeek 5Oct. 12New Orleans Saints vs. Los Angeles ChargersWeek 6Oct. 19Dallas Cowboys vs. Arizona CardinalsWeek 7Oct. 26Los Angeles Rams vs. Chicago BearsWeek 8Nov. 2New York Giants vs. Tampa Bay BuccaneersWeek 9Nov. 9New York Jets vs. New England PatriotsWeek 10Nov. 16Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota VikingsWeek 11Nov. 23Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Los Angeles RamsWeek 12Nov. 30Philadelphia Eagles vs. Seattle SeahawksWeek 13Dec. 7San Francisco 49ers vs. Buffalo BillsWeek 14Dec. 14Cleveland Browns vs. Baltimore RavensWeek 15Dec. 21Cincinnati Bengals vs. Pittsburgh SteelersWeek 16Dec. 28New England Patriots vs. Buffalo Bills ‘Thursday Night Football’ schedule 2020Start time: 8:20 p.m. ETTV channel: Fox, NFL NetworkLive stream: Amazon PrimeFox will once again carry Thursday night games throughout the season with its premier broadcast team of Joe Buck and Troy Aikman in the booth. Games can also be streamed on Amazon Prime with Andrea Kramer and Hannah Storm on the call.WeekDateMatchupTV channel2Sept. 17Cleveland Browns vs. Cincinnati BengalsNFL Network3Sept. 24Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Miami DolphinsNFL Network4Oct. 1New York Jets vs. Denver BroncosFox, NFLN, Prime5Oct. 8Chicago Bears vs. Tampa Bay BuccaneersFox, NFLN, Prime6Oct. 15Buffalo Bills vs. Kansas City ChiefsFox, NFLN, Prime7Oct. 22Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York GiantsFox, NFLN, Prime8Oct. 29Carolina Panthers vs. Atlanta FalconsFox, NFLN, Prime9Nov. 5San Francisco 49ers vs. Green Bay PackersFox, NFLN, Prime10Nov. 12Tennessee Titans vs. Indianapolis ColtsFox, NFLN, Prime11Nov. 19Seattle Seahawks vs. Arizona CardinalsFox, NFLN, Prime12Nov. 26Baltimore Ravens vs. Dallas CowboysFox, NFLN, Prime14Dec. 3Los Angeles Rams vs. New England PatriotsFox, NFLN, Prime15Dec. 10Las Vegas Raiders vs. Los Angeles ChargersFox, NFLN, Prime’Sunday Night Football’ schedule 2020Start time: 8:20 p.m. ETTV channel: NBCLive stream: NBC SportsFor the 14th year in a row, NBC will be broadcasting one of the most anticipated games of the week each Sunday night. As per usual, Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth will serve as commentators. Week 1Sept. 10 (Thur.)Kansas City Chiefs vs. Houston Texans The broadcasts will be carried by the usual networks once again this season, with Fox and NFL Network carrying Thursday night games, NBC holding onto its traditional Sunday night slot and ESPN airing the matchups on Monday night. The Patriots, Cowboys, Chiefs, Packers, 49ers, Rams and Buccaneers appear most often in prime time during the 2020 NFL season with five games apiece.Below is the complete prime time TV schedule for the 2020 NFL season, with start times and channels for every Thursday, Sunday and Monday night game.2020 NFL SCHEDULE RELEASE:Strength of schedule rankings | Best “revenge” gamescenter_img After an offseason that has been turbulent, to say the least, the 2020 NFL season is finally on the horizon.On Thursday, the league announced the schedule for the upcoming year, and it features a number of high-profile matchups in prime time TV slots. The games played on Thursday, Sunday and Monday nights are nationally televised and serve as appointment television for football fans across the country.last_img read more

Financial rules at risk of being ‘scuppered’ if Man City overturn European ban

first_imgManchester City fortunes have been transformed by owner Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan’s takeover of the club in 2008London, United Kingdom | AFP |  European football’s financial fair play rules risk being “scuppered” if Manchester City overturn their two-season ban from continental competition, according to a soccer analyst.UEFA announced the punishment on Friday and also imposed a fine of 30 million euros ($32 million, £25 million) on the English champions for what it said were City’s serious breaches of its FFP regime.City, however, wasted little time in responding by saying they would appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in the hope of securing an “impartial judgment”.Since the Sheikh Mansour takeover in 2008, which put the financial might of Abu Dhabi behind them, City have won 10 major trophies — including four Premier League titles.Yet the prize that has eluded them is the one the Abu Dhabi project most desires — the UEFA Champions League.The Chinese government have provided City with additional backing, as has US private equity firm Silver Lake.They are all set to ensure City has a no expense spared legal team that will challenge the validity of UEFA’s ruling.Should City succeed, the entire FFP system could collapse, according to Professor Simon Chadwick, director at the Centre for the Eurasian Sport Industry.– ‘Transnational power’ –“In essence UEFA has to try to win this because, if it doesn’t win or is undermined in any way, then its position on Financial Fair Play begins to unravel…FFP is scuppered,” Chadwick told Britain’s Press Association news agency.“However, they are not taking on Wigan, they are taking on Asian governments, US tech investors and some of the smartest, most-talented people in football.“It is transnational power versus localised governance.”Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was just one of several leading football figures stunned by the severity of the UEFA punishment. “It was a shock,” said Klopp, whose Champions League title holders are on well on course to succeed City as champions of England.“What they have done on the football pitch is exceptional. The rest, I don’t know,” added Klopp, speaking after a 1-0 win at bottom-of-the-table Norwich on Saturdy saw leaders Liverpool extend their advantage over second-placed City at the top of the Premier League to 25 points.UEFA say City have breached FFP rules that place restrictions on how much money a club can lose.Over a three-year period, clubs are not permitted to lose more than 30 million euros with exceptions for costs such as youth development and women’s teams.UEFA’s Club Financial Control Body found City ensured they did not fall foul of those restrictions by overstating their sponsorship revenue between 2012 and 2016.If City’s appeal fails, manager Pep Guardiola and several star players could leave the club.Guardiola’s contract runs until the end of the 2020/21 season, but the only major task left for the Catalan in Manchester is to make City European champions for the first time.City play Real Madrid in the last 16 of this season’s edition and if the campaign ends with the club yet to lift the Champions League trophy, Guardiola may bow out rather than compete for domestic honours alone.Similarly, players of the calibre of Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling are unlikely to want to waste two of their peak years without the lure of Champions League football. Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

Calico The Clown Is Sticking Around, State Says

first_imgBy Joseph SapiaMIDDLETOWN – If the Shoppes at Middletown project comes to fruition, it appears the iconic Calico the Clown sign on Route 35 North will be saved.But the local landmark that has stood near the Kings Highway East since 1956 may have to move to a new home nearby.The slightly sinister-looking “Evil Clown” with the puzzling red-tipped finger has been working for years, advertising the Food Circus and Foodtown supermarkets, and today the Spirits Unlimited liquor store. At 30 feet tall, the steel sign once rotated, but now stands stationary.The state Department of Environmental Protection’s Historic Preservation Office and Division of Land Use Regulation are working with the developer on a plan to protect Calico on the development site, said DEP spokesman Larry Hajna.“The development company has stated verbally that they believe Calico is a New Jersey landmark and intend to keep it, but they need to move it to another location on the property,” said Hajna.The developer of the 118-acre proposed project – John Orrico/Village 35 LP of Purchase, New York – could not be reached for comment regarding Calico. But plans for the project on the site, posted by National Realty & Development Co., suggest Calico would be moved more toward Kanes Lane.The Shoppes is to be 338,455 square feet of commercial space on 52 acres of Route 35 between Kings Highway East, Carriage Drive and Kanes Lane. It is to include retail, restaurant and movie theater space.Orrico/Village 35 was to have made its second appearance before the township Planning Board Wednesday, June 15 – after this issue of the Two River Times went to press.On the remaining 66 acres, Toll Brothers of Horsham, Pennsylvania, wants to build the Oaks at Middletown, a 350-townhouse complex. The Oaks project, which would be built along the Carriage Drive end of the property, has not yet appeared before the Planning Board.The 118 acres is owned by Mountain Hill LLC, or the local Azzolina-Scaduto family. The family, which owns the Spirits Unlimited, along with Calico, could not be reached for comment.Leslie Worth Thomas of the Road Ad Sign Company designed Calico, according to Weird New Jersey magazine. Thomas also designed the Asbury Park icon, Tillie, the smiling face once gracing the city’s Palace arcade.To locals and non-locals, Calico is an icon.Margie Rafferty, 55, is a lifelong township resident, a wife, a mother of four, a technical writer – and perhaps Calico’s biggest preservation proponent.“When I was a little girl, sitting in back of the ’64 Chevy, going to the store, the thing (Calico) is revolving and I’m cowering in the backseat,” Rafferty said. “He’s been an affectionate symbol of the town I grew up in.“Most of us want to hold onto him for that idyllic sense,” said Rafferty, who lives in the Chapel Hill area. “Calico becomes symbolic of a simpler time.”A year ago, Rafferty filed paperwork with the state, starting a process to get Calico placed on the federal Register of Historic Places. She also created the “Save Calico, the ‘Evil Clown’ of Middletown, NJ” page on Facebook and the @calicoclown account on Twitter.“It’s kind of been an ongoing labor of love,” Rafferty said.Ana O’Connor, 44, who has lived in Middletown since her freshman year of high school, said she “absolutely” wants to see Calico preserved. But she is OK with moving it for preservation.“’The evil clown,’ everybody calls it,” O’Connor said. “It’s a symbol, it represents Middletown.”Lifelong township resident Gina Gizzi, 48, wants to see Calico preserved somewhere in Middletown.“I remember growing up and seeing it here,” Gizzi said. “It’s sort of, kind of known throughout the state. It’s like the Tillie of Middletown, at least for somebody who grew up here.”John Krilla, 64, remembers passing Calico as a child on his way to the Jersey Shore from his home in Perth Amboy. Seeing Calico was a gauge as to how far he had traveled.Krilla, who now lives in the township, would like to see Calico preserved.“Just the history of it,” Krilla said. “It’s just a landmark, a familiar site.”Luigi Fardini, 55, of Fort Lee was visiting the Shore recently. It was the first time he saw Calico, he said, but he was won over for preservation.“It’s a good idea,” Fardini said. “It’s a big clown, everybody notices.”The township Landmarks Commission has been involved with the matter.“The question was whether it was Register-eligible, for the state and national Registers,” said Mayor Gerard P. Scharfenberger. “It’s not a matter of support or not, that was the question out there.”The state said it appears to be eligible, Scharfenberger said.Scharfenberger said he did not want to comment extensively on a project before the Planning Board, so as not to have a conflict of interest. Iconic Sign May Be Moved Nearbylast_img read more

Deep pockets eye Valley for loans, advice to business

first_img [email protected] 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! A deep-pocketed backer has its eyes on the San Fernando Valley, aiming to bring money and jobs along with its interest. Genesis LA Economic Growth Corp., a private, nonprofit group based downtown, announced Thursday that it will partner with the Economic Alliance of the San Fernando Valley and the Valley Economic Development Corp. Genesis brings with it access to tens of millions of dollars in funds, with an aim to distribute at least $5 million within the next two years. Targeting developers planning difficult-to-finance projects, the partnership will look to provide loans, offer business counseling and connect interested parties. “It’s harder in the Valley,” said Brad Rosenberg, president and chief executive officer of Genesis. “The infrastructure hasn’t been set up here, because people have always focused on the denser areas of poverty like South L.A. But there’s a lot of businesses that need help here, lots of businesses moving out. We hope we can change that.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant With job cuts or relocations announced at Washington Mutual, Ronco Corp. and Superior Industries International Inc. in the Valley just in recent weeks, the groups will have plenty of issues to deal with. Genesis already has some experience in the area, providing loans for an industrial park in Van Nuys and the SunQuest Business Park in Arleta. Though Rosenberg said the group does not keep figures on the percentage of loan requests that it ultimately approves, he said he aspires to offer some service to each business that approaches Genesis, whether it’s in the form of money, advice or referrals. Bruce Ackerman, president and CEO of the Economic Alliance, welcomed the partnership, saying it would help bring employment to under-represented areas. “Our focus is jobs, jobs, jobs,” he said. “Whatever it takes to keep businesses here, we want to do it.” Brent Hopkins, (818) 713-3738 last_img read more

Gallery: Limpopo, gateway to the north

first_imgHome to the growing city of Polokwane, Limpopo is known as the “gateway to the great north”. It is the perfect stepping stone to the wonders of the Kruger National Park. A notable Limpopo attraction is the Mapungubwe Unesco World Heritage site, where the remains of a thriving African kingdom offer insights into a rich cultural heritage that has stood the test of time.The giant baobab tree at Mapungubwe. (Image: South African Tourism, CC BY 2.0, via Flickr)It’s September. It’s spring in South Africa – and Tourism Month, celebrated this year with the theme “Tourism for All”.To inspire your next road trip we bring you nine galleries, one for each province, showcasing our country’s remarkable beauty and diversity.A thriving tourism industry means South Africa is closer to achieving its National Development Plan goals of skills development and creating decent employment through inclusive economic growth.Limpopo, South Africa’s northernmost province, is best known for its rich tribal cultures and wild territories where the Big Five roam. Mapungubwe – “place of the stone of wisdom” – was South Africa’s first kingdom, the subcontinent’s largest realm for 400 years before it was abandoned in the 14th century. Its highly sophisticated people traded gold and ivory with China, India and Egypt. Today it is a Unesco World Heritage site. (Image: South African Tourism, CC BY 2.0, via Flickr) The visitor’s centre at the Mapungubwe World Heritage site. The site lies on the open savannah of the Mapungubwe National Park, at the confluence of the Limpopo and Shashe Rivers. (Image: South African Tourism, CC BY 2.0, via Flickr) The famous gold rhino unearthed by archaeologists at Mapungubwe. (Image: South African Tourism, CC BY 2.0, via Flickr) Inside the state-of-the-art visitors’ centre at Mapungubwe you get to see the ancient civilization’s artefacts up close. (Image: South African Tourism, CC BY 2.0, via Flickr) An aerial view of the Legend Golf and Safari Resort in Limpopo. (Image: South African Tourism, CC BY 2.0, via Flickr) White lion cubs at the Legend Wildlife and Cultural Centre in Limpopo. (Image: South African Tourism, CC BY 2.0, via Flickr) A waterfall and lush subtropical landscape near the city of Tzaneen in the north of Limpopo. (Image: South African Tourism, CC BY 2.0, via Flickr) A traditional Venda homestead in Limpopo. (Image: South African Tourism, CC BY 2.0, via Flickr) The dam at Serenity Forest Lodge. (Image: South African Tourism, CC BY 2.0, via Flickr) Textile artist Solomon Mohati at work at the Kaross Textile Factory in Limpopo. (Image: South African Tourism, CC BY 2.0, via Flickr) Colourful handcrafted textiles on display at the Kaross Textile Factory in Limpopo. (Image: South African Tourism, CC BY 2.0, via Flickr) Mashovhela Bush Lodge near the town of Louis Trichardt. (Image: South African Tourism, CC BY 2.0, via Flickr) The Mall of the North in the city of Polokwane. (Image: South African Tourism, CC BY 2.0, via Flickr) Polokwane, the capital city of Limpopo. (Image: South African Tourism, CC BY 2.0, via Flickr) A herd of elephants get relief from the Limpopo heat in the Kruger National Park. (Image: South African Tourism, CC BY 2.0, via Flickr)Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa materiallast_img read more

Deine neuen Kontoeinstellungen: Häufig gestellte Fragen.

first_img SharePrint RelatedDirekt aus dem Geocaching-Hauptquartier: Eine Führung durch das neue Nachrichten-CenterJuly 6, 2015In “Deutsch”Eine neue Log-Erfahrung kommt auf Geocaching.comApril 24, 2017In “Deutsch”Nie alleine cachen: Geocaching-Gruppen und -OrganisationenAugust 20, 2019In “Deutsch” Wie finde ich meine Kontoeinstellungen?Siehst Du das Zahnrad oben rechts in der Ecke? Wenn Du darauf klickst, kommst Du schnell und einfach zu den neuen Kontoeinstellungen.Was ist mit meinem Avatar/Profilfoto passiert?Um alles ein bisschen einfacher zu gestalten, haben wir die zwei verschiedenen Geocaching-Bilder (Avatar- und Profilfoto) auf ein Foto reduziert. Das jetzige Avatarfoto ist von nun an das einzige Profilfoto, das allgemein auf Deinem benutzt wird. In Zukunft werden zuvor hochgeladene Fotos nicht mehr gespeichert. Das heißt, wenn Du ein neues Foto als Profilfoto speicherst, wird das alte Foto nicht gespeichert.Wo sind meine zuvor gespeicherten Avatar/Profilfotos jetzt?Avatar/Profilfotos, die vor der Neugestaltung gespeichert wurden, kann man jetzt über den Link unter dem aktuellen Profilfoto finden. Wir raten Dir, dass du diese Avatar/Profilfotos von herunterlädst, da wir sie in Zukunft möglicherweise nicht mehr speichern werden.Wie kann ich größere Fotos auf meinem Benutzerkonto zeigen, wenn das Profilbild nur kleine Fotos akzeptiert?Du kannst größere Fotos in Deine Profil-Beschreibung einfügen. Deine Profil-Beschreibung findest du unter dem Profilinformation-Reiter. Verwende hier zum Einfügen der Fotos folgende HTML  Tags benutzen müssen, zum Beispiel: !Wo sind Profildaten wie Name, Addresse, und Beruf gelistet, wenn nicht in den neuen Kontoeinstellungen?Wir haben die neuen Kontoeinstellungen einfacher gestaltet und diese Profildaten sind nicht mehr enthalten. Wer mag, kann die Daten aber weiterhin in der Profil-Beschreibung angeben.Wo kann ich meine Sprache oder meinen Heimatort auf einstellen?Unter Einstellungen kannst Du Deine bevorzugte Sprache, Zeitzone, und Einheiten wählen. Wir haben weitere Zeitzonen und Datumsformate hinzugefügt, damit Du Dein Geocaching-Erlebnis überall auf der Welt anpassen kannst.Wie kann ich meine öffentlich angezeigte Statistik bearbeiten?Die Statistik kann direkt vom öffentlichen Profil aus unter bearbeitet werden.Was ist mit “Neuste in [Land] anzeigen” passiert?Diese Feature gibt es nicht mehr auf der Kontoeinstellungen Seite. Wir sind dabei andere Funktionalitäten auf dieser Webseite zu entwickeln, damit wir diese Information einfacher anbieten können. Bis dahin kannst Du die “Erweiterte Suche” verwenden. Wähle den Geocache-Typ, “Staat/Land” und dann das Land und Staat/Bundesland/Kanton/Provinz, die Dich interessieren. Du kannst diese Suche als Lesezeichen speichern, um das nächste mal schneller an die Resultate zu gelangen. Link zur Erweiterten Suche: ist “Mein GPS-Gerät” nicht mehr gelistet?Wir haben die GPS-Information seit längerer Zeit nicht mehr aktualisiert. Besprechungen für GPS-Geräte oder Smartphones kannst Du auf vielen anderen Webseiten finden.Wie kann ich Freunde auf hinzufügen?Unter “Deine Freundliste anzeigen” auf und “Deine Freundliste” unter Überblick kannst du Freunde hinzufügen, entfernen oder anschauen.Kann ich meine Kontoeinstellungen von einem Mobilgerät aus aktualisieren?Gute Frage! Die neuen Kontoeinstellungen wurden so entwickelt, dass sie auch in mobilen Browsern gut funktionieren.Ich möchte die Profilfotos von anderen Geocachern nicht in den Logs sehen. Wie kann ich diese Funktion abstellen?Unter Einstellungen kannst Du die Funktion “Show other geocachers’ profile images in logs”, deaktivieren.Andere nennenswerte Änderungen:Basis-Mitglieder können jetzt ihren Forum-Titel bearbeiten.“Online Presence” und “Instant Messenger” wurden entfernt.“Forum Signature” und “Profile Previews” wurden entfernt.Man kann “Recently Viewed Caches” nicht mehr ausschalten.View in English. Share with your Friends:Morelast_img read more

4 Tips for Comparing and Evaluating Equipment Before Purchase

first_imgRelated Posts Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now IT + Project Management: A Love Affair Frank is a freelance journalist who has worked in various editorial capacities for over 10 years. He covers trends in technology as they relate to business. center_img How OKR’s Completely Transformed Our Culture Purchasing a new piece of equipment for your business can be a difficult process filled with lots of different steps and friction. However, this isn’t the time to sit back and let someone else take charge. A correct purchase will push your business forward, while an incorrect one could hold you back for years to come.4 Equipment Buying Tips to ConsiderGood execution is the difference between having a good idea and experiencing positive results. In business terms, the right piece of equipment — as well as the correct processes — typically plays a major role in good execution. The only problem is that most businesses don’t think about the significance equipment plays until it’s too late to make a change.If you’re currently considering buying a new piece of equipment — whether as an upgrade or replacement — it’s imperative that you understand the significance of your decision. A thorough buying process in which you meticulously vet every aspect and detail will reward you with better results on the back end.Here are a few specific tips and suggestions:1. Compare Multiple OptionsThis first suggestion is sort of common sense, but it’s one many businesses fail to heed when they get thrown into situations where they need a new piece of equipment right away.At a very minimum, you should consider two different options. Preferably, your list should include at least three. When you compare three options, this gives you a better idea of what exists in the market, what the going rate is and what you can expect with your purchase.2. Look at the VendorIt’s vital that you carefully consider the vendor when purchasing a piece of equipment. Even if the equipment is the same from vendor to vendor, there are a number of pros and cons associated with working with different companies.Take industrial manipulators (the kind used in material handling) as an example. You can purchase industrial manipulators from a variety of vendors, but they don’t all have the same processes and requirements in place. Certain vendors — like Dalmec — must adhere to strict safety standards, while vendors from other nations lack regulations and standards. Working with a company in the former category could save you a lot of trouble and heartache.3. Consider Financing OptionsHow you purchase a piece of equipment for your business is sometimes just as important as what you buy. There are a different financing options, including:Purchasing (cash). When you buy a piece of equipment outright, you don’t have to spend additional money on interest payments. Plus, you get to amortize the cost over the lifespan of the equipment.Financing (loan). Financing is great because it allows you to own a piece of equipment without having to fork over all of the money at once. Certain packages even let you finance the cost of installation, training and transportation.Leasing. Need the equipment, but don’t want to make a long-term investment? Leasing allows you to gain access to the equipment and then reconsider your options at the end of the agreement.Renting. Only need a piece of equipment for an isolated period of time? Renting is a nice option for businesses that have a one-off project or short-term need.4. Look at Long-Term Cost AnalysisAn equipment purchase might make sense right now, but what are the long-term effects? Before making a significant investment or purchase, always conduct a long-term cost analysis. (You may need to hire a consultant to help with this.)Adding It All UpIt’s important to point out that there isn’t always one piece of equipment that’s perfect for your company. In many cases, there are two or three different options that could potentially work. The key is to do your due diligence and avoid getting mixed up with the ones that are clearly wrong.In the end, a detailed vetting process will give you the best chance of succeeding in the execution phase of your business. It won’t guarantee results — but it will pave the way for opportunity. Frank Landmanlast_img read more