first_imgBooking #:SCJAIL:2016-000872 Release Date:09-02-2016 – 8:32 am Booking #:SCJAIL:2016-000929 Inmates booked into the Detention Center within the last 24 hours. Booking #:SCJAIL:2016-000909 SMITH, JOHNNY Charges:35-48-4-6.1 ~ POSSESSION OF METHIC 35-48-4-11 ~ POSSESSION OF MARIJUANAIC 35-48-4-8.3 ~ POSSESSION OF PARAPHERNALIAIC 35-48-4-13 ~ MAINTAINING COMMON NUISANCE Booking Date:09-02-2016 – 9:37 am Charges:9-30-5-1 ~ OPERATING WHILE INTOXICATED Booking Date:08-28-2016 – 12:06 am Booking Date:08-28-2016 – 9:25 pm View Profile >>> Booking #:SCJAIL:2016-000927 Release Date:09-02-2016 – 7:31 am View Profile >>> LEEZER, ASHLEY Inmates released from the Detention Center within the last 24 hours. COOMER, RICKY Release Date:09-02-2016 – 6:31 pm Charges:FAILURE TO COMPLY ~ FAILURE TO COMPLY Booking Date:09-01-2016 – 10:42 am Charges:IC 35-46-1-15.1 ~ INVASION OF PRIVACY View Profile >>> WILLIAMS, CLARENCE Charges:IC 35-42-2-1 ~ BATTERY (B) MISDEMEANORIC 35-45-2-1 ~ INTIMIDATIONIC 35-42-2–1 ~ BATTERY (A) MISDEMEANOR BODILY INJURYIC 35-42-2-1.3 ~ DOMESTIC BATTERY Charges:IC 35-44.1-2-9 ~ FAILURE TO APPEAR Booking Date:07-13-2016 – 2:39 pm Release Date:09-02-2016 – 12:02 pm View Profile >>> COX, LEE Booking #:SCJAIL:2016-000904 Booking Date:09-02-2016 – 3:34 pm View Profile >>> Booking Date:09-02-2016 – 2:12 pm KEOWN, MICHAEL Charges:9-30-5-1 ~ OPERATING WHILE INTOXICATEDIC 9-24-19-2 ~ DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED (SUSP/PRIOR) Booking Date:08-18-2016 – 7:23 pm Release Date:09-02-2016 – 10:02 am View Profile >>> Charges:IC 35-43-4-2.1 ~ THEFT35-44.1-3-1 ~ RESISTING LAW ENFORCEMENT Booking Date:08-06-2016 – 11:23 pm LETT, BRANDON Booking #:SCJAIL:2016-000819 WHITE, JIMMY Booking #:SCJAIL:2016-000921 Booking #:SCJAIL:2016-000928 CISSELL, RYAN View Profile >>> Release Date:09-02-2016 – 12:02 pm View Profile >>> Charges:IC 35-43-4-2.1 ~ THEFT Booking #:SCJAIL:2016-000731 View Profile >>>last_img read more

first_imgDogs from all over Donegal (and their owners!) are invited to an exciting charity Dog Show at Castle Grove Country House Hotel this weekend. The expansive lawns of this Letterkenny hotel will be a dog’s paradise on Saturday 1st September as dogs of all breeds and sizes enjoy a fun day out in aid of Irish Guide Dogs and Animals In Need Donegal.Castle Grove Dog Show. Photo: Vanessa BradyThe top draw of this day out is the amazing array of prizes on offer for winning pooches. Category winners get their own trophies and their owners get fantastic vouchers to treat themselves too. With a BBQ, family fun activities and a raffle, this day promises to be a great Saturday afternoon for all.Castle Grove Dog Show. Photo: Vanessa BradyCompetition Categories include:SmallMediumLargeBest DressedBest Owner LookalikeBest Overall (judged from each category above)Do you think your dog has what it takes to win? There is still time to register by contacting Castle Grove on Tel: 0749151118 Email: or Message on Facebook @castlegrove1695The cost of entry is €10 per dog. All proceeds from this event will be donated to support the Irish Guide Dogs Association and Animals In Need Donegal. Beneficiaries of Castle Grove Dog ShowGuest judge on the day is Dog Groomer Noel Friel, with special guest Jennifer Doherty advocating the importance of Guide Dogs. Jennifer has recently worked on an awareness and fundraising campaign for Irish Guide Dogs in honour of her first guide dog O.J.Through charity events such as the Castle Grove Dog Show, funds can be raised to train a pup to become a Guide Dog or Assistance Dog and bring life-changing benefits to people with blindness or autism.Animals in Need are a voluntary, non profit animal charity who rescue stray and abandoned animals in Co. Donegal.Castle Grove Dog Show. Photo: Vanessa BradyAll are welcome to come along and take part in the Castle Grove Dog Show from 2pm-5pm on Saturday 1st September. Dogs must be pre-registered to compete and all dogs must be kept on leashes please.Don’t miss this family fun day – it will be pawsitively great! Check out the Facebook event for more information and updates: Castle Grove Dog ShowDonegal dogs invited to a barking brilliant day out was last modified: August 28th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:animals in needcastle grove country house hoteldog showeventsirish guide dogsThings to doweekendslast_img read more

first_img12 March 2010The staff at Durban/eThekwini Municipality’s Revenue Call Centre have launched their own version of Football Fridays, wearing different football jerseys each week to represent the different countries that will be participating at the 2010 Fifa World Cup.Click arrow to play slideshow.Then click bottom right button for fullscreen (ESC to exit).To view captions in fullscreen, click “show info”.They are also planning to have their meals coordinate with whatever country they are supporting that week.“We will be representing each country with food, arts and culture”, says eThekwini Municipality’s Jade Estelle Chetty.Football Fridays News Desklast_img read more

first_imgThe Internet of Things (IoT) envisions a world scattered with devices and sensors that collect and transmit data about almost anything. But a bottleneck to the vision is being able to keep these devices powered for long periods of time.  Batteries lose charge quickly and the maintenance costs of battery replacement in the field for many devices is too expensive.Increasingly some of the larger devices, meters and sensors in the field are being powered by solar.  For smaller devices, new techniques are being investigated. This area of research is being called “energy harvesting“.  Scientists look at many different alternative external sources of energy, including solar, thermal, wind, and kinetic energy. The global market for energy harvesting devices is expected to be $4.2 billion by 2019.As an example of mechanical energy harvesting, some scientists are researching how energy from human movement can be used to power smartphones and wearable devices. The army, for example, is investigating devices that strap to a soldier’s leg that captures mechanical energy as the soldier walks. Noel Soto, a project engineer at the Army Natick Soldier Research Center, said that “we are converting the movement of the knees when you walk into useful power. We have found out through studies that soldiers are carrying a heavy load and a lot of that weight, 16 to 20 pounds for a 72-hour mission, is due to batteries.”Just the movements of tapping and scrolling on your smartphone might be able to produce enough energy that can feed back into the phone to power it.  Nelson Sepulveda, associate professor at Michigan State University, said that “what I foresee, relatively soon, is the capability of not having to charge your cell phone for an entire week, for example, because that energy will be produced by your movement.”last_img read more

first_imgA Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit Related Posts Tags:#Algorithm#Facebook#Facebook News Feed#News Feed#social media#social networks david nield The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videoscenter_img Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… Another Facebook News Feed tweak has been attracting attention this week, not for the first (or last) time. In addition to three significant changes, it brings yet another reminder that we’re all at the mercy of its algorithms. Whether you’re a million-dollar publishing empire or a mother with some baby pictures, it’s largely up to Facebook just how many other people are going to get to see your post.The New New News FeedAbout those News Feed changes. First, if yours happens to be a little on the sparse side (did all your friends leave for Snapchat?), Facebook will now show you more posts from the contacts you do have rather than let you reach the “end” of your feed.Second, Facebook will now favor updates “posted directly by the friends you care about” in your News Feed. If there are certain people you interact with more often, you’ll see more posts by them. If you spend a lot of time clicking and commenting on links from the New York Times, you’ll see more material from that page, too.Third and last, you won’t see as many posts and comments from your friends on pages you’re not connected with. Uncle Ed might love Coca-Cola’s Facebook presence, but unless you’ve also liked the Coca-Cola page, you won’t see Uncle Ed’s love-in with the sugary soda drink quite as much as you did before.With online publishers relying so heavily on Facebook for traffic, tweaks like this merit close study, since they can send referral traffic soaring or plummeting. The third part of this latest reconfiguration has been widely seen as a blow for sites and brands looking for as many eyeballs as possible, though it’s going to be a while before we know the full effects of the changes.Whose Feed Is It Anyway?Social is diversifying, and so is Facebook.No sooner has the virtual ink dried on an analysis of one News Feed update than the next one comes along to replace it. Last August, Facebook went to war against spammy, clickbait-style articles, a move that would have pleased pretty much everyone except those who make their living from such pieces.Facebook’s also exploring the possibility of hosting content from key publishers itself rather than linking out to it. When you attract the attention of more than 1.4 billion users, then you get to call the shots on what gets priority and what doesn’t.With each of us having so many connections on Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg and his band of engineers have to take some editorial control over what pops up in the News Feed—a flat stream of everything that was happening in sequential order wouldn’t be much fun at all.But it’s interesting to weigh the question of exactly what users want to see. Why do we log into Facebook in 2015? Is it more for updates from friends or links of interest? Facebook is always keen to emphasize that its tweaks are based on user feedback, and our tastes are always changing—hence the re-emergence of instant messenger-style apps.News Feed algorithm updates will always generate plenty of comment and discussion from publishers, but they say as much about social networking and our virtual relationships with our friends as they do about the future of news.Lead image courtesy of Facebook; photo of Mark Zuckerberg by Owen Thomas for ReadWritelast_img read more

first_imgNagpur, Dec 16 (PTI) The State Assembly today congratulated Maharashtra Kesari Vijay Choudhary for his hat-trick in the state wrestling championship.Moving the congratulatory resolution in the Lower House, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said, “Choudhary who hails from Jalgaon belongs to a family of wrestlers and he will soon be absorbed in the state government services.”Choudhary who won the coveted title in the year 2014, 2015 in Nagpur and recently in Pune, was offered the job last year but due to some formalities, his appointment was delayed.Fadnavis said his appointment is almost final.Opposition Leader in lower House Radhakrishna Vikhe- Patil also joined Fadnavis in congratulating the wrestler and informed the House that his father Natthu Choudhary was also a wrestler and encouraged his son to take up the sport. PTI JOE RMTlast_img read more