Albright arrested on multiple charges

first_imgLast Friday night, Campbell County Deputy Dakota Williams went to a home on Dilbeck Lane about a female who was later identified as Michelle Michael Albright, who was causing a problem at the home.  Prior to Williams arrival, he was notified by Sgt Mikey Owens that Albright had been trespassed from the home on June 20 by himself along with Deputy Cody Douglas and Deputy Raymond Surber. Williams arrived at the home and spoke with Surber who said Albright was refusing to leave the home and the homeowner had told her to leave several times that she wasn’t welcome at the home. Williams attempted to explain to her that she had previously been trespassed from the home. At this time, she became belligerent and started screaming. When Williams was attempting to put her in the patrol car, she refused to get in and pulled away.Albright, 44, 587 Park Road, Caryville is charged with disorderly conduct, resist stop frisk halt search and criminal trespassing.  This was her 29th time of being booked into the county jail.  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 08/10/2018-6AM)Share this:FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Porziņģis scores 23 points and contributes to the Mavericks’ convincing first…

first_imgLatvian basketball player Kristaps Porziņģis on Wednesday scored 23 points in the second round of the first round of the National Basketball Association (NBA) playoffs and helped the Dallas “Mavericks” win the first. Content will continue after the ad Advertising The Mavericks basketball players beat the Los Angeles Clippers with a score of 127: 114 (29:25, 32:31, 37:29, 29:29), leveling the score in the Western Conference quarter-finals series 1-1.After a short tussle with the defender, Porziņģis finally tucked the ball home. The Latvian scored 23 points in six of the eight free throws, four of the nine two-point throws and three of the four long throws. He also has seven rebounds, one blocked throw, four notes, two errors and a +/- factor of +11.Luka Dončič excelled in the Mavericks with 28 points, eight rebounds and seven passes, 17 points for Tim Harvard, 16 points for the Third Berk, and 15 and 13 points added by Seth Curry and Boban Marjanovich, respectively.In the Clippers, Kavai Lenard scored 35 points, who also won 10 rebounds, Lou Williams added 23 points, and Paul George (also 10 rebounds) and Marcus Morris, who was joined by Porziņģis in the first game, scored 14 points. The Mavericks laid a solid foundation for victory in the third quarter with a 14: 4 break, resulting in a score of 98:85, but in the fourth quarter, the advantage increased to 18 points. The Clippers failed to recoup this deficit.The Mavericks basketball players won their first NBA playoffs since 2016. Also, its Dallas team had its first victory over the Clippers in five matches this season.The Los Angeles team had to do without Patrick Beverley, the head of the match, who had an injured lower leg in this match.As you know, the decisive game of the NBA season will take place in Orlando, where basketball players are isolated from the rest of the world and live in their own “bubble” to avoid the risk of getting Covid-19.last_img read more

Weekly Roundup of Web Design and Development Resources: November 25, 2016

first_imgCreate mockups for smartphones, tablets, and laptops easily with the free Mockuuups desktop app for Mac and Windows. Also available as a premium app ($48) with support for Sketch & Photoshop import. With this useful wireframe checklist from Edric Lapniramai, you’ll stay on top of your wireframe process. Good discussion in the comments.Cathy Pearl takes a closer look at voice user interfaces (VUI) in this excerpt from Chapter 2 of her book Designing Voice User Interfaces. Would you add anything to the list?These 4 problems I see in many designs I come across often #uxLow contrastOveruse of uppercaseLack of whitespaceInconsistent spacing— Jitendra Vyas (@jitendravyas) November 23, 2016 In this week’s web design and development resources roundup, you’ll find a useful wireframe guide, learn why JavaScript is not the enemy of accessibility, discover how to use CSS inheritance in your designs, and more. If you’re new to my blog, each Friday I publish a post highlighting my favorite user experience, accessibility, WordPress, CSS, and HTML posts I’ve read in the past week. Hope you find the resources helpful in your projects!Want more resources like these on a daily basis? Follow me @redcrew on Twitter. Tweet of the WeekFor what are we born if not to aid one another? – Ernest Hemingway #quote #ThankfulThursday pic.twitter.com/kOjOwWulkj— Antonio Vieira Santos #️⃣#YourExpert🦉 (@AkwyZ) November 24, 2016User ExperienceDelight and usability in the services/products you create are a delicate balance. Make sure your delightful details don’t get in the way of usability.Delight has a shelf life, and even the most delightful details can start feeling stale after a while. Did you know how a11y on Twitter came to stand for accessibility? It’s a numeronym, a word that can be partially represented by numbers.WordPressThe WordPress 4.7 release candidate is available. With an expected ship date of December 6, 2016, they could use your help to test it (non-production sites only!). Have you ever wanted to remove all comments from your WordPress blog? If you’re heading to WordCamp US 2017, check out ThemeIsle’s post for everything you need to know before attending. Learn how to price your WordPress services appropriately so you don’t undercharge for projects.CSS and HTMLHeydon Pickering’s post on CSS inheritance is a reminder of the power of CSS as he walks you through the cascade, inheritance, and scope. It’s a long read, but Pickering’s post is my favorite post of the week. Remember to create fallbacks:If you’re loading your site’s content via JavaScript, you need a fallback for that content. HTML comes to mind. You may have heard of it.— Ian Devlin (@iandevlin) November 23, 2016 AccessibilityLuiz Perez shares his first impressions of VoiceOver on a MacBook Pro with the Touch Bar as he explains the buttons, gestures, and keyboard shortcuts.JavaScript is not the enemy of accessibility, says Marco Zehe in response to Jeffrey Zeldman’s post about this year’s Blue Beanie Day.To the web professionals working on accessibility, but whose work we may not know of:My thanks to all the unsung heroes of #a11y, designers and developers whom we never hear of but bc of their work tech is so much more usable— Victor Tsaran (@vick08) November 24, 2016 Hard to believe it’s been ten years since the first Blue Beanie Day. Now it’s more important than ever says Jeffrey Zeldman, one of the leaders in web standards.One small thing designers and developers can do is to make accessibility and usability Job 1 on every project. What an easy tool to use! The SimpleCSS online tool allows you to generate media queries for specific devices. What I Found InterestingI’ve used all but six of LifeHacker’s list of 50 free apps they’re thankful for. How about you?In-depth review of Mac vs. Windows computers as Jonathan Mosen explains why he’s saying goodbye to the Mac. It’s not for one reason, rather a combination of reasons: hardware, productivity, and accessibility. Did the U.S. election get you fired up to take action on a topic important to you? This infographic from Cordelia Dillon guides you through calling your representatives in government. If you like what you’ve read today, share the post with your colleagues and friends.Want to make sure you don’t miss out on updates? Subscribe to get notified when new posts are published.Did I miss some resources you found this week? I’d love to see them! Post them in the comments below.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading…RelatedOctober 19, 2018 Weekly Roundup of Web Design and Development NewsIn this week’s web design and development news roundup, you’ll learn about the relationship between information architecture and content strategy, find pragmatic rules for web accessibility, discover how and why you would use negative grid lines in CSS Grid, and more. If you’re new to my blog, each Friday I…In “Web design & development links”Weekly Roundup of Web Design and Development News: June 16, 2017In this week’s web design and development resources roundup, you’ll learn what Alan Cooper has to say about conversational interfaces, find out how to navigate a website with a keyboard, discover how to use fr in CSS Grid, and more. If you’re new to my blog, each Friday I publish…In “Web design & development links”Weekly Roundup of Web Design and Development Resources: January 2, 2015Welcome to the new year! If this is your first time visiting my blog, each Friday I publish a weekly roundup of the latest web design and development resources for user experience, accessibility, WordPress, CSS, HTML, and responsive design. In this week’s roundup, you’ll learn four simple ways to improve…In “Web design & development links”last_img read more

Hiring Someone Without Experience May Turn Out To Be Your Best Hiring Move

first_imgAs HR and talent acquisition leaders, we are always looking for cost effective and creative ways to make your recruiting dollars go the extra mile. The market for best in class experienced candidates will remain extremely competitive as unemployment rates continue to drop, which leaves many companies looking to new options to fill their hiring needs. Because of this an increasing number of companies are adjusting their work environments in order to attract and train professionals, especially those who have recently graduated from colleges and universities, in an effort to develop raw talent. Inexperienced recent grads can provide a clean slate that a savvy employer can mold into a fantastic employee over time. If you’re serious about looking to recent graduates to fill your hiring needs, consider these four tips to raise the odds of finding long term success with your hire.Leverage Inexperience to Your AdvantageRecent grads are hungry to gain experience, and they also know that their lack of it is their biggest downside. Find tasks or areas of a job that don’t require the new hire to have a wealth of previous experience, but do require that they learn and adapt quickly. Based off how the new hire tackles these tasks you can gain insight into how they would likely learn and perform over time. What’s more, jobs that don’t demand a lot of experience can easily start as low-cost internships and turn into full time opportunities, giving the company the benefit of screening future job candidates on-the-job to get a feel for how they work.Get the Right Culture Fit FirstWhen recruiting recent grads remember you aren’t hiring solely for experience. Focus instead on interviewing and assessing the right personality to fit into your company culture with the end goal of interns becoming permanent full time employees. By looking for a good culture fit, you get to train the candidate exactly how you’d like so they can learn about the business from the ground up. You will build a candidate pipeline and peace of mind knowing you have a candidate who has already proven him/herself and is familiar with your company culture and team, and the candidate will be trained exactly as needed to make sure they thrive in their role. By matching the goals and personality first, you also have a better chance of retaining people longer, simply because they like the organization and know they are supported as a professional.Give a project to them and see how they receive feedback.If you’re still wary of hiring someone with little experience, don’t be afraid to test them with a small project. This can be sent to them via email or hand delivered after an interview. Provide them with a time constraint that would be similar to a current employee (but not too strict, they are likely full time applying and won’t have all day to work on it, a two hour turn around isn’t enough) and see how their work comes in. Does it seemed rushed and sloppy? Is it incomplete and without critical thought? It’s up to you to determine what the most important factors you’re looking for are and how you want to score the project. Just remember that you’re not always looking for the candidate who does it perfectly, but for the candidate that holds the most raw- potential and ability to bring the most long term value to the table.Schedule Your Feedback.Schedule a focused time on engaging and sitting down with recent grads and those you are most interested in hiring, recruiting, promoting and developing especially when it comes to transitioning those interns to permanent positions with your company.While it can be a scary proposition to hire a college graduate with little experience, the upside can be tremendous if you need to scale your team quickly and on a budget. Be sure to give your recruiting efforts real thought ahead of time so you know exactly what type of person you are looking for, and most importantly, what type of company you are. Use this information to formulate a profile of the type of person you’re looking for, the candidate “must haves”, and what type of exercises you think would best convey if the potential hire has the skills you need. It’s not a perfect science, but by keeping these three tips in mind when looking for a new, recent graduate hire, you’ll significantly up the odds of finding someone great that’s ready to join and make an immediate and noticeable impact.last_img read more

More Protection for Consumers

first_imgJamaicans can look forward to more satisfactory redress for breaches of their consumer rights, when the Consumer Protection Tribunal comes into being in July.Minister of Industry, Investment and Commerce, Hon. Anthony Hylton, says the tribunal has become necessary, as when complaints are made to the Consumer Affairs Commission (CAC), investigations are carried out, but the agency’s ability to impose a remedy is limited.“This has proven to be frustrating for the consumer, who having had his or her rights breached, found that there was very little in the way of remedy, unless it rose to a level of significance that would attract the attention of the Fair Trading Commission, and of course that involved, in many instances, litigation. It was important to find a balance between the outright legal system and the purely advocacy role that the CAC plays,” he explained.In light of this, the Minister said changes were made to the Consumer Protection Act to establish a tribunal, which provides the possibility of remedies for breaches of consumer rights.The Minister was speaking on Wednesday, May 15, at a Jamaica House press briefing, which was hosted at the Office of the Prime Minister, by Information Minister, Senator the Hon. Sandrea Falconer.Mr. Hylton said that as a quasi judicial body, the tribunal will provide outcomes, and decisions will be made in a more formal setting.“So, it will have the look and feel of a judicial proceeding, but the rules will be different – more in the nature of an administrative hearing,” he elaborated.Meanwhile, the CAC is to be relocated from Old Hope Road to the Half-Way Tree area, which the Minister said will be more easily accessible for citizens.There will also be structural changes, such as expansion of the role of consumer advocates, allowing for information to be gleaned on a wider scale. “One way to achieve that in this period of constraint, is to look at a role for the citizen advocate,” he said. Currently, this activity is carried out by CAC staff.Contact: Alphea Saunderslast_img read more

IDG Enterprise Launches Ad Exchange

first_imgBidding starts at a $15 floor price and none of IDG Enterprise owned and operated site inventory will be part of the exchange.By using the Exchange, customers can layer IDG Enterprise first-party data on its 8 million visitors with third-party data. Indeed, it’s the data that’s the key to driving successful programmatic campaigns. IDGEx closes the loop for IDG Enterprise’s digital advertising capabilities. The company also has premium or custom advertising and marketing services—in a recent addition to those services the company just partnered with LinkedIn to create custom sponsored groups aligned with specific technology market verticals.”That’s where you see media companies moving aggressively toward,” says Friedenberg, “coupling premium data services with programmatic.” IDG Communications’ Enterprise group, which includes Computerworld, InfoWorld, CIO and a number of other brands targeting the enterprise tech and IT market, has launched a private ad exchange, joining the ranks of other publishers, such as Hearst and Condé Nast, in an effort to tap into the growing programmatic buying market.”If you look at the research in the marketplace, it’s predicting close to 30 percent of digital dollars will be programmatic,” Michael Friedenberg, president and CEO of IDG Enterprise, tells FOLIO:. “More customers are putting more dollars to the programmatic side.”Called IDG Enterprise Exchange (IDGEx), and still in beta, the platform is invite-only and clients are vetted on a case-by-case basis, says Friedenberg. last_img read more

This is how Kareena Kapoor reacted when Parineeti expressed her crush on

first_imgKareena Kapoor and Parineeti ChopraTwitterActress Parineeti Chopra, who appeared on The Kapil Sharma Show, said that Kareena Kapoor has no issues with her liking for Saif Ali Khan and she would make a Jabariya Jodi, if she gets a chance.Jabariya Jodi is slated to hit the screens on August 2 and the makers are busy with its publicity activities. Sidharth Malhotra and Parineeti Chopra will be seen promoting the upcoming movie on SET’s popular comedy show The Kapil Sharma Show. The duo had a fun banter with the host. They were caught teasing each other and sharing fun tales during their shoot for Jabariyan Jodi.Accompanying her will be charming actor Sidharth Malhotra and together, they will be seen promoting their upcoming movie Jabariya Jodi. The duo had a fun banter with the host Kapil Sharma and was caught teasing each other and sharing fun tales during their shoot for Jabariyan Jodi.Talking to Kapil Sharma, Parineeti Chopra opened to about her crush on Saif Ali Khan. Kapil asked her if she gets a chance to find her Jabariya Jodi from Bollywood, who she would choose. She replied, “If I get a chance, I would definitely kidnap Saif Ali Khan to make my Jabariya Jodi. I have always admired him. I have even mentioned the same to Kareena and she is very okay with the fact that I admire him.”She said that she is highly inspired from SRK’S dialogue in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai where he says pyaar dosti hai. She religiously follows the rule and makes everyone her best friend.Kapil will be seen taking fitness tips from Sidharth and take tips from him on getting rid of the side belly fat. Siddharth said, “I do it by not eating ice cream and maintaining a sea food diet where see food means just seeing the junk food and not eating it.”last_img read more

Corruption cripples Mongla Burimari ports TIB

first_imgCorruption is widespread in the country’s Mongla sea port and Burimari land port, according to a study of Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB).The findings of the study titled ‘Burimari Land Port & Customs Station and Mongla Port & Custom House: Governance Challenges in Import-Export and Way Out’ were presented at a programme at TIB’s Dhanmondi office on Sunday.Presenting the report, TIB officials Manzur-e Khoda and Md Khorshed Alam said rampant corruption have crippled the two ports.In Mongla port, car importers have to give bribes of Tk 4,000 for tax clearance in six departments of customs house and Tk 1715 more in 10 places of the port to unload a car.Customs house takes Tk 35,700 as bribe for tax clearance of every imported bill of entry in the port. Unloading the imported goods within 5:00pm requires bribe of Tk 6,000 while it is Tk 1200 for unloading at a later time.Moreover, for entry and exit to the port, every ship pays Tk 8350 as bribe to the customs house and Tk 21,000 to the port officials.In Lalmonirhat’s Burimari Land Port and Customs Station, exporters and importers need to pay bribe at different places. Exporters pay Tk 1750 against every bill of entry to the port while the amount is Tk 1500 for importers.TIB executive director Iftekharuzzaman said corruption has been institutionalised in these two ports.Around 60 per cent of the cars imported are done at the Mongla port. Clinker, coal, fertiliser and LP gas are also imported through this port.In the 2016-17 fiscal year, Mongla port earned Tk 2.27 billion and while the customs department earned more than Tk 30 billion.Burimari port earned over Tk 70 million during this period.last_img read more

Watch RWJ Foundation video shares healthy living and how to prevent childhood

first_imgRobert Wood Johnson FoundationOver twenty percent of Black children ages 2 to 19 are obese compared to just fourteen percent of white children. Healthy Kids, Healthy Communities, a national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, works directly with residents and youth to create healthy spaces to play and access fresh and healthy food.last_img

Jeff Bezos Enigmatic Aerospace Company Scores Knockout Contract

first_img 2 min read September 18, 2014 As celebrated entrepreneurs like Richard Branson and Elon Musk continue to make highly-publicized bids for space travel, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos just scored a knockout contract of his own.Bezos, who founded the notoriously tight-lipped aerospace company Blue Origin in 2000, has announced a new partnership with the United Launch Alliance (ULA) — a joint venture between Lockheed Martin and Boeing that provides spacecraft to the U.S. government.As part of the four-year contract, Blue Origin will produce a special engine, the BE-4 — which has spent three years in development, according to CNET — for the ULA’s Alta and Delta rocket lines. The ULA then supplies these rockets to the U.S. Department of Defense and NASA.The partnership marks a brand new day for the ULA, which previously relied on Russian-made engines — a relationship that has become strained as the U.S. has heightened Russian sanctions given political unrest in Ukraine, according to CNET.Related: A Poor, Sleepy Border Town Just Won Billionaire Entrepreneur Elon Musk’s BusinessAnd Bezos’ contract is not the only move the U.S. space industry has made to cut ties with Russia. Yesterday, NASA announced a combined $6.8 billion worth of contracts to Boeing and Musk’s SpaceX outfit — both of whom will now shuttle astronauts to and from the International Space Station, located in low earth orbit. These services were formerly provided exclusively by Russian rockets.NASA aims to end partnerships with Russia by the end of 2017, according to CNET.While Blue Origin’s new deal brings Bezos’ aerospace efforts to the forefront — he is rumored to have spent roughly $500 million of his own money on the initiative, which has no affiliation with Amazon, according to Space News — the announcement is likely to heat up competition in a rapidly evolving field.In vying for the lease of a newly available launchpad last year, for instance, Musk famously snapped that Blue Origin was so incapable of developing a “reliable suborbital spacecraft” that “we are more likely to discover unicorns dancing in the flame duct.”Related: Buzz Aldrin on the Future of Space Travel: ‘Get Your Ass to Mars!’ Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Globalcenter_img Register Now » Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box.last_img read more