Monthly Archives: June 2022

How Web Assembly Can Ease the Software Supply Chain Crisis – The New Stack

Liam Randall Liam Randall, serial entrepreneur and venture capitalist, has worked at all levels of the enterprise IT startup ecosystem for the past 25 years. He has built and operated large networks and developed and maintained large e-commerce solutions of over 100 million ARR including the design and implementation of global network security monitoring sensor grids. Randall was the founder ...

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Dr. Michael Green and Kirsten Andrews Join USSC Board of Trustees

The United States Studies Center (USSC) at the University of Sydney is pleased to announce the appointment of the Centre’s new CEO, Dr. Michael Green, and the University’s Kirsten Andrews to its Board of Trustees. . USSC Chairman of the Board, Mark Baillie, welcomed new USSC CEO, Dr. Michael Green, who is considered one of the world’s most renowned Indo-Pacific ...

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Dallas ISD teachers set to get pay raise as state faces shortage – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

ISD Dallas teachers stand to get a pay raise, especially novice educators new to the district. DISD hopes more money will attract and retain more teachers as the state faces a shortage of educators. But the union representing Dallas educators said that may not be enough. Alliance/AFT, a Dallas-based union, encourages parents to call the board and attend Thursday night’s ...

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How I decided to take a stand for working women

My life was lived in a circle of women and it was they who, in my early youth, emphasized that all people were treated with dignity and respect. If those who ignited my passion did not always have the same faces or personalities, they were above all feminine. It started with an English mother who spent her early years in ...

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Her father prevented her from going abroad. So she built a platform for women in IT instead.

In 2012, Nila founded Women In Digital with the goal of “empowering women through technology”. She wanted to help women have a bigger footprint on digital platforms June 21, 2022, 09:30 Last modification: June 21, 2022, 09:53 Women in Digital is now in its ninth year of operation, since 2013, and Nila is still with the project. Photo: courtesy “> ...

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Who takes care of the caregiver?

June 20, 2022 A few years after his father was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, Carlos Olivas reached his breaking point. He returned home to Sacramento, California to live with his father and care for him full time. “Things got really rough between my dad and me, and I sort of lost my mind,” Olivas said. The ASU CARES ...

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How much for gas? All over the world the pain is felt at the pump

Cologne, Germany – At a gas station near Cologne Airport, Germany, Bernd Mueller watches the numbers climb rapidly at the pump: 22 euros ($23), 23 euros, 24 euros. The numbers indicating the amount of gasoline it consumes also increase. But much more slowly. Painfully slowly. “I get rid of my car in October, November,” said Mueller, 80. “I’m retired, and ...

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Analysis: the French left succeeds in the electoral bet, but unity is not so easy

French President Emmanuel Macron cheers on his supporters before casting his vote during the final round of the country’s legislative elections, in Le Touquet, France June 19, 2022 Michel Spingler/Pool via REUTERS Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register The left-wing alliance more than tripled seats from 2017 The Alliance has divisions on Europe and nuclear energy The ...

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Exclusive: Five Eyes alliance fabricates evidence, builds China infiltration rumors: source

The Five Eyes Alliance Photo: VCG The Five Eyes Alliance collects and fabricates evidence that intends to show that China is “politically infiltrating Western countries”, with the aim of tarnishing China’s image in the world, learned the Global Times from a source close to the case. Analysts said it was not the first time the Five Eyes had conspired to ...

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Obituary of Dr. George William Shannon, Jr.

obituary Dr. George William Shannon, 76, passed away peacefully in Columbus, Georgia, surrounded by immediate family members on June 11, 2022. A funeral mass will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, June 18, 2022 at Holy Family Church with Father Ben Dallas officiating. A rosary and wake prayer service will be held at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, June 17, ...

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Where to watch Juneteenth in Maine this Sunday

This Sunday marks the 156th anniversary of Juneteenth, a day that celebrates the release of the last black men, women and children held in slavery in the United States. On June 19, 1865, Union soldiers arrived in Galveston, Texas, where black men and women finally learned that slavery had been abolished – two years after President Abraham Lincoln signed the ...

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9-year-old boy killed in jammer crash had ‘beautiful smile’

PACEMAKER BELFAST 06/17/2022. Charlie Joyce The boy, locally named Charlie Joyce, died following the collision in the Dunclug area on Thursday afternoon. Another 13-year-old boy involved in the crash was said to have been fighting for his life last night. People who were in the area at the time rushed to try to help the two children before help arrived. ...

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Draper is now a flagship member of the Sony AV Alliance partner network – rAVe [PUBS]

Draper has partnered with Sony Electronics as a flagship member of its AV Alliance partner network. Sony’s network of AV Alliance Partners is powered by strategic alliances across the industry, offering compatible software and hardware solutions that bring additional value, creative freedom and enhanced compatibility to their range of professional displays. This growing partner ecosystem, which launched last year, includes ...

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Brookings Registry | Karabon will lead SDSU’s School of Counseling and Human Development

BROOKINGS – The dean of the College of Education and Humanities at South Dakota State University, Paul Barnes, recently announced that Anne Karabon has accepted the position of director of the School of Education, counseling and human development. Karabon comes to SDSU from the University of Nebraska at Omaha, where she served as an associate professor in the College of ...

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Behind the Animation Guild’s drive to organize production workers

In January, The Animation Guild announced a double breakthrough: By syndicating Harriet the spy studio Titmouse New York, the home of IATSE had not only initiated an expansion outside of Los Angeles County, it had also organized the production staff for the first time in recent history. Since then, TAG has unveiled new campaigns to organize production workers at the ...

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NCLA Ginsburg-Scalia Scholarship for DC Summer

Washington, DC, June 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The New Civil Liberties Alliance, a nonpartisan, nonprofit civil rights group, is pleased to announce the launch of the Ginsburg-Scalia Fellowship, a program summer school for working law students in Washington DC NCLA launches the scholarship to honor the legendary friendship of former Supreme Court justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Antonin Scalia ...

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PPDS Launches Global Partner Alliance Affiliate Program – rAVe [PUBS]

PPDS (aka: Philips digital signage) has just launched its Global Partner Alliance (GPA) affiliate program. The invitation-only PPDS GPA is a mutually beneficial initiative and is designed to connect multinational companies to PPDS regional integration specialists, combining local expertise with Philips professional displays and proven display solutions from PPDS. Covering over 200 countries, the PPDS GPA is led by Simone ...

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3 lives to oversee public colleges

Three northern Nevadans are vying for a seat to oversee the state’s public colleges on the Nevada Board of Regents. They seek to occupy the seat of District 11, an area that includes Washoe, Humboldt and Pershing counties. The Reno Gazette Journal will update this story throughout the day as election results become available. Check back for updates. What there ...

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We stand in solidarity with those who refuse to engage in the war in Ukraine and in all other wars

Gathered in Paris for the annual meeting of the European branches of the International Fellowship of Reconciliation (IFOR), representatives from Austria, England, Scotland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands , Switzerland and Wales express their deep concern at the increase in armament and military spending in response to the cost of the ongoing war. History teaches that militaristic response leads to ...

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Importance of India’s relations with Gulf countries, writes Ajit Ranade

The ratio of Indians in other GCC countries is quite high. They are a great source of remittance income for the Indian economy. | Photo: PTI The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) secretariat has “condemned and denounced” statements made by two spokespersons for India’s ruling party, the Bharatiya Janata Party, for their comments on the Prophet Muhammad. The OIC statement ...

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How five countries have been spying on you for decades / Digital Information World

Monitoring everyday people online is usually associated with big tech companies because it’s the kind of thing that could eventually help them increase their profits dramatically. With all of that said and now dismissed, it is important to note that the highest level of surveillance is not carried out by social media companies or tech companies, but rather by a ...

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Patriot Front members charged with planning riot in Idaho, police say

Placeholder while loading article actions Idaho police arrested 31 people who were wearing face coverings, white supremacy insignia, shields and a “plan of operations” for rioting at a park hosting an LGBTQ pride parade on Saturday afternoon , police said. Many bore logos from the Patriot Front, a white supremacist group. The group’s founder was among those arrested. Authorities received ...

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The new Apple was on full display at WWDC 2022 – the one that gives people what they want

“Some people say, ‘Give customers what they want,'” the late Apple founder Steve Jobs said many years ago. “But that’s not my approach. Our job is to figure out what they will want before they do. Even after Jobs passed away, Apple followed this strategy religiously. Almost too religiously – phasing out convenient MacBook features like function keys, MagSafe charging, ...

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It’s time for the legislator to go | News, Sports, Jobs

Pat Finken President, Brighter Future Alliance Bismarck Bob Paulson’s recent defense of Rep. Jeff Hoverson was less than honest. Here is the truth. Supposedly, Hoverson voted against the ND National Guard funding (HB1016) because it contained $10 million for a military museum. According to Paulson, Hoverson questioned “Is this a good use of taxpayer funds?” But the appropriations ...

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Clovis syndicate dollars were used to pay for escorts and rent, DOJ says

published on June 10, 2022 – 13:50Written by the staff of The Business Journal A Fresno business owner has been indicted on tax evasion and Social Security charges. According to a press release issued Friday by the United States Department of Justice, a federal grand jury has indicted Marcus Assay, 66, for making false tax returns and concealing a case ...

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Proponents of a capital gains tax to help tenants facing eviction pursue their initiative after a court ruling

Supporters of a capital gains tax proposal that would provide lawyers to tenants facing eviction are mounting a signature-gathering effort in hopes of securing the initiative in the November ballot after a Multnomah County Judge ruled last month that the proposal could go forward with modified language. The decision follows a challenge filed by the Portland Business Alliance in March, ...

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SJCOE plans to turn the State Hotel into the headquarters of Stockton’s downtown tech hub

Just a few years after its deal to purchase Stockton’s Kendall Building fell through, the San Joaquin County Office of Education bought the former state hotel as part of a new effort to install a downtown headquarters for its software engineering department, CodeStack. “But the result, they are there. And they will be downtown,” said Michael Huber, executive director of ...

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Sri Lankan Prime Minister declares policy of class war against workers and rural workers

Addressing Parliament on Tuesday, Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe reiterated his demands that the working class and rural workers bear the full burden of the unprecedented economic collapse that has been intensified in every country by the COVID-19 and the US-NATO proxy war against Russia. Ranil Wickremesinghe (Image: Ranil Wickremesinghe Facebook) President Gotabhaya Rajapakse appointed Wickremesinghe Prime Minister after ...

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Anritsu Company and AeroGT Labs Form Business Alliance to Provide Test Platforms for 5G MIMO OTA Test and Measurement

Anritsu Company and AeroGT Labs have partnered to provide the best 5G Multiple-In Multiple-Out (MIMO) Over-the-Air (OTA) test platforms to characterize, test and optimize antennas. The platforms perform performance and reliability testing of single- or multiple-use antennas on products, such as vehicles, mobile devices, and similar designs, in a simulated environment prior to release. Vehicle antenna performance is critical in ...

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How far is Joe Biden really doing?

Inflation, and in particular gas prices, seems to be driving President Joe Biden’s unpopularity right now. This is how it goes for presidents: Policy outcomes, especially on the economy, are what matter to voters — whether or not the administration has much short-term influence on them. If we want to examine how well the president is actually doing, sometimes a ...

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Mass shootings intensify local reform efforts

With protests scheduled for Saturday following mass shootings in Uvalde, Texas, Tulsa, Oklahoma and Buffalo, New York, gun control advocates hope to ramp up pressure on Congress to pass laws and additional funding for research to help curb growing violence. And they say they are prepared to use philanthropic money and their own fundraising to sustain their advocacy until public ...

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Nana’s Secret Black Sauce Recipe Wins Gold for a Gore Woman

They’re made with herbs grown in her own garden, her grandmother’s well-kept recipes – and lots of love. Josie Robinson was very nervous about presenting her homemade products at the Outstanding New Zealand Food Producers Awards – and she was even more nervous about opening the results when they were emailed to her. “I was really scared to step outside ...

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Alex Zhavoronkov adds robotics lab to his AI drug discovery game as Insilico unveils $60M raise – Endpoints News

For Alex Zhavoronkov, the recent downturn in the biotech market is actually a good thing. Insilico’s CEO – in his characteristic confident exuberance – said the crisis is weeding out “small players” from the AI ​​space that can’t stand the test of fire. Moreover, in such volatile conditions, the $60 million Series D he just raised stands as a “heroic ...

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NATO organizes naval exercises in the Baltic Sea with Finland and Sweden | Seattle Times

HELSINKI (AP) — NATO on Sunday kicked off a nearly two-week U.S.-led naval exercise on the Baltic Sea with more than 7,000 sailors, airmen and marines from 16 nations, including two aspiring to join the military alliance, Finland and Sweden. The annual BALTOPS naval exercise, launched in 1972, is not organized in response to a specific threat. But the military ...

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Washougal Group spearheads Highway 14 trash cleanup

Melanie Wilson has lived in many places across the United States and thinks the Pacific Northwest is, “by far,” the most beautiful place in the country. However, since moving to Washougal three years ago, Wilson says she has become increasingly frustrated with what she sees as an unacceptable amount of litter piling up on local roadsides, spoiling the natural beauty ...

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Mitek Systems (NASDAQ:MITK) reduced to “buy” on StockNews.com

Mitek Systems (NASDAQ: MITK – Get an Assessment) was downgraded by StockNews.com from a “strong buy” rating to a “buy” rating in a research note released Saturday to investors. Several other analysts have also recently released reports on the company. HC Wainwright reduced its target price on Mitek Systems from $27.00 to $22.00 in a Friday, April 29 research note. ...

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Teenage employment rate highest in over a decade

KANSAS CITY, Mo — With school out for the summer, millions of high school and college students are looking for work and many businesses are looking for employees. In fact, the employment rate for teens is the highest in over a decade. But experts say that doesn’t always mean teens get the jobs they want. Johari Primose is a sophomore ...

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Alliance Air launches flight services on Dibrugarh-Tezu route, check ticket prices here | Aviation news

A Dornier 228 jet operated by Alliance Air has landed at Tezu airstrip in Lohit region of Arunachal Pradesh, marking the start of commercial operations, officials said. According to them, the 17-seater Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) plane took around 20 minutes to reach Tezu from Dibrugarh in Assam. The ticket will cost you Rs 1,600. “We express our deep appreciation ...

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The San Francisco Pride Parade will allow some uniformed police

A week after San Francisco first responders and the city’s mayor said they would skip this year’s Pride Parade due to organizers’ new ban on uniformed officers, the London Mayor’s Office Breed said Thursday that a compromise would allow a small group of police officers to walk. in uniform. Members of the Officers Pride alliance, including LGBTQ members of the ...

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In full: All recipients from Edinburgh and Lothians on the Queen’s Birthday Honors List

In full: All recipients from Edinburgh and Lothians on the Queen’s Birthday Honors List Register to our daily newsletter Britain’s curling gold medalist Eve Muirhead (L) received an OBE while teammates Vicky Wright, Jennifer Dodds, Hailey Duff and Mili Smith were all awarded MBEs Pic: Steve Welsh Ian Rankin OBE DL. Author. For services to Literature and Charity. (Edinburgh, Edinburgh) ...

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The United States and Germany will provide missile systems

Germany announced on Wednesday it would send anti-aircraft missiles and radar systems to Ukraine and the United States was set to unveil details of its own security program as Ukraine struggled to push back a fierce Russian offensive. Russian troops in recent days have seized most of the eastern city of Sievierodonetsk, one of the last major cities under Ukrainian ...

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Alliance takes gold

Alliance Group’s Pure South Lamb and Pure South Handpicked Beef 55 Day Aged received gold medals at New Zealand’s Outstanding Food Producers Awards. The awards celebrate the Kiwis who harvest, grow and produce New Zealand’s exceptional food and drink. Entries are judged on a series of criteria including aroma, visual appearance, flavor, consistency, quality, durability, brand story and packaging. Shane ...

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