Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next On the other hand, Thompson—who almost got finished in two separate occasions during the bout—acknowledged his previous shortcomings and vowed to finally achieve his dream of becoming UFC champion.“I know for a fact I wasn’t at my best. He was at his best. He hit me with two big shots that put dudes to sleep and he couldn’t do it with me,” he was quoted as saying in a Fox Sports report.“He tried to finish me with the guillotine and couldn’t do it. In the fifth round, I felt great. I felt like I could have gone another three rounds but I wasn’t at my best. I didn’t let my hands go the way I should have,” the former kickboxing star added.After the UFC confirmed the rematch, the lively pair did not waste any time taking jabs at each other on Twitter.Screen Grab from TwitterUFC 209 is scheduled on March 4, 2017 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Other bouts for the main card include a rematch between heavyweights Alistair Overeem and Mark Hunt and a featherweight clash between Darren Elkins and Mirsad Bektic. Khristian IbarrolaADVERTISEMENT Smart hosts first 5G-powered esports exhibition match in PH EDITORS’ PICK Brighter future as Maroons acquire services of Akhuetie Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments Smart’s Siklab Saya: A multi-city approach to esports Ginebra teammates show love for Slaughter The two highly touted combatants fought tooth-and-nail for 25 minutes, but two judges could not determine the winner and scored it a draw, while the other one gave the nod to the champion.Both fighters received ‘Fight of the Night’ bonuses and sparked debates between MMA pundits as to who really won the bout. Even UFC president Dana White said that a rematch is in order after the match was done.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra teammates show love for SlaughterSPORTSFreddie Roach: Manny Pacquiao is my Muhammad AliSPORTSWe are youngWoodley, meanwhile, spoke on his podcast ’The Morning Wood’ on Monday (Tuesday in Manila) and immediately went off on the challenger.“He got under my skin so much that I’m just going to go ahead and fight this dude,” the Roufusport fighter said. “Like straight up. He got under my skin that bad where I don’t even care about the ration and the money and what fight makes the most sense. You need to be careful what you ask for. ‘Wonderboy’ you want it — come get it. You want a fight, you want to get done worse than you did the first time?” Chinese-manned vessel unsettles Bohol town Senators to proceed with review of VFA PH among economies most vulnerable to virus MOST READ We are young Chinese-manned vessel unsettles Bohol town Where did they go? Millions left Wuhan before quarantine UFC welterweight champion Tyron ‘The Chose One’ Woodley would once again look to defend his title against Stephen ‘Wonderboy’ Thompson at UGC 209 in May. Image: UFC.comLooks like ‘Wonderboy’ will have a second crack against the ‘Chosen One’ after all.After their gruelling five-round war ended in a majority draw at UFC 205 in November last year, UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley (16-3-1) would once again face off against the division’s number one contender Stephen Thompson (13-1-1), in the main event of UFC 209 in Las Vegas.ADVERTISEMENT Shanghai officials reveal novel coronavirus transmission modes Eduard Folayang: Discipline leads to longevity PLAY LIST 02:58Eduard Folayang: Discipline leads to longevity00:50Trending Articles02:18Alvarez ready to take risk vs Folayang, looks to end clash by ‘knockout or submission’01:31Taiwan minister boards cruise ship turned away by Japan01:33WHO: ‘Global stocks of masks and respirators are now insufficient’01:01WHO: now 31,211 virus cases in China 102:02Vitamin C prevents but doesn’t cure diseases like coronavirus—medic03:07’HINDI PANG-SPORTS LANG!’03:03SILIP SA INTEL FUND
The expanding circle of distrust fueled by the Internet of Things (IoT)I whip out my device to make a payment at the checkout counter of our local hardware store. And I pause. Should I let the point-of-sale system extract all my data? Can I trust this device? Do I have any control over who gets access to the data captured? We may get what we pay for — but, adversaries can get what we pay with! We don’t usually encounter adversaries face-to-face and our primary interface remains these point-of-sale systems, web clicks and other devices that are part of the Internet of Things. Thanks to recent hacks with the customer’s data at various retail chains, I am beginning to develop a sense of distrust in these very “things” and devices. Complementing the Circle of Trust I have developed over the years with close family and friends, IoT is injecting itself into a rapidly expanding Circle of Distrust.And I pay with cash instead — because You may get what you pay for but They can get what you pay with!Daniel Miessler introduces the concepts of “personal daemons” and “universal daemonization” in this article on Future of the Internet and the Internet of Things. The word “daemon” in concept, takes me back many years when I used to foray into the guts of the UNIX kernel where daemons represented programs that run continuously as a background process – e.g. a printing daemon. Interestingly enough, the word “daemon” semantically means a spirit, a supernatural being, a demi-god.Miessler does refer to the IoT having its own daemons that perpetually interact with each other.However, bugs like Shellshock have the ability to take over control of the command script that can transform computing “daemons” into mythological “demons”. Happy Halloween! The fact that such bugs can continue to penetrate the landscape of devices only accentuates my circle of distrust.And then, checkout devices that look and act like – of all creatures – like a snake! The last thing that comes to mind when I think of a serpentine creature is trust!I finish my purchases and come home. My neighbor’s dog (Poodle you say?) comes running up to me furiously wagging its fluffy tail. Now, here is a being that I trust — a lifelong member of my Circle of Trust. But, do I trust the device around its neck that sends out signals to control the dog’s movements? I am not so sure. Yet another member of the Circle of Distrust.How about you? How do you contrast your level of trust in humans versus machines? What is growing faster – your Circle of Trust or your Circle of Distrust?I trust you will let me know. Or can I?Twitter: @NadhanEG
Columbus attorney Christopher T. Cicero, a former OSU walk-on linebacker, was the man who informed Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel that members of his team were committing NCAA rules violations, according to The Columbus Dispatch. Cicero, 54, was a member of the Buckeyes in 1983, the first year in which Tressel was an assistant at OSU under coach Earle Bruce. OSU performed an internal investigation that uncovered that Cicero e-mailed Tressel in April 2010 to inform him that multiple OSU football players were selling memorabilia and receiving improper benefits from Eddie Rife, the owner of a Columbus tattoo shop who was under a federal investigation for drug trafficking charges. Cicero and Tressel exchanged eight e-mails between April 2, 2010, and June 6, 2010, regarding the matter. OSU released the e-mails between Cicero and Tressel on Tuesday with Cicero’s name and other content redacted. OSU’s internal investigation found that Tressel had failed to properly report the potential violations to the university and recommended on Tuesday that he be suspended for the first two games of the 2011 season and be fined $250,000. In December, six OSU players — Terrelle Pryor, Dan Herron, Mike Adams, DeVier Posey, Solomon Thomas and Jordan Whiting — were suspended for the start of the 2011 season for selling memorabilia and receiving improper benefits. In Cicero’s e-mails, he expressed concern about the players selling their keepsakes. “These kids are selling these items for not that much and I cant (sic) understand how they could give something so precious away like their trophy’s and rings that they worked so hard for,” Cicero said in an e-mail to Tressel on April 16. In that e-mail, Cicero went on to explain how his father worked two jobs to provide for his family before dying in 2001 at the age of 67. His father, Carmello Cicero, of Lyndhurst, Ohio, worked as a police officer, steel mill worker and volunteer firefighter at various points in his life. In a press conference to announce the violations, Tressel said he did not report the potential violations because Cicero had requested in his second e-mail that the information be kept confidential. “I needed to keep sight of the fact that confidentiality was requested by the attorney,” Tressel said. “I’ve learned that I probably needed to go to the top legal council person at the university.” Cicero could not be reached for comment. OSU director of media relations Jim Lynch did not immediately return comment.
Portuguese international star Cristiano Ronaldo has confirmed that it was an ‘easy’ decision to leave Real Madrid and join Juventus last month, stating that he had always wanted to play for the Italian giants.In a stunning transfer deal, Ronaldo ended nine years of goals and trophies with Madrid to make a €112m move to Juve.“I feel great. Everything is good, the test was good, people around the stadium, the fans, the people in the training ground are very nice with me. I’m glad, I’m happy,” Ronaldo said, as quoted in Football Espana.“[Juve are a] great club, first of all it is a great club. Since I was a kid, I looked at this team and said I hope to play there one day.Maurizio Sarri satisfied despite Juventus’ draw at Fiorentina Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Maurizio Sarri was satisfied with Juventus’ performance on Saturday afternoon after finishing a tough game at Fiorentina 0-0.“Now I will play for a fantastic club, one of the biggest clubs in the world. I’m happy.“I don’t have a precise moment when I decided. During the years, we played a few times against Juve and I had a special feeling that the Italian supporters like Cristiano.“It’s the biggest club in Italy, one of the best in the world, so it was an easy decision, as Juve are an unbelievable club.”
The Arsenal coach needed help and Cazorla spoke to him after Arsene Wenger left the Gunners in the second semester of 2018After Arsene Wenger left Arsenal, ending a 22-year spell with the club, there were many coaches named to be the Gunners’ new manager.But to the surprise of many, it was Unai Emery who was chosen as the new boss for the club.Emery needed help and former Arsenal star Santi Cazorla was able to provide it.Virgil van Dijk praises Roberto Firmino after Liverpool’s win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Virgil van Dijk hailed team-mate Roberto Firmino after coming off the bench to inspire Liverpool to a 3-1 comeback win against Newcastle United.“I gave him all the information I could to try and help him out during his period of settling in and I think he’s very happy and I think he’s a great manager for Arsenal,” Cazorla was quoted by Football London.“But everyone really does have to be patient, when you think you’ve had the same manager for 23 years, a manager who became a real symbol for the club on a worldwide scale and the fans have to show a little patience with Unai, and the team because there has been a lot of changes.”“I believe that if they do things in the right manner, Arsenal have everything required to be a massive club,” he added.“I’m sure that in the coming seasons Arsenal will be making that step up in quality which will hopefully enable them to be on a level playing field and able to fight for the title and other big trophies.”
Drivers should be prepared for winter driving, Do not pass, drive with headlights on. Also, expect ice on Bridges/Overpasses. Drivers should reduce their speed and expect slippery road surface, and snow removal equipment on roadway. Stay back 200 feet from snowplows. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Department of Transportation issued a ‘very difficult driving conditions’ advisory on Sunday for the Seward Highway from MP 56 to Ingram Creek. At this time travel is not advised. Blizzard like conditions are expected with heavy snow, overcast, poor visibility, rain and snow mixed, visibility reduced, wind, blowing snow, deep snow, drifting snow, packed snow, plowed snow, slush, snow on roadway.
Walters: “We will have guest speakers from the office for children services, the District Attorney’s office, and also our staff will be doing different parts of the workshop all week long.” Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Roughly 50 people came out to walk in the Choose Respect March with the LeeShore Center and other volunteers on Wednesday, March 27. Following the march a luncheon was held at the Kenai Visitors Center, and speakers, including volunteers from the LeeShore Center spoke on domestic violence and sexual assault. The LeeShore Center will be hosting its annual Spring Community Awareness Workshop: On Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, on April 1-5. The Kenai, Soldotna City Councils have issued a proclamation designating April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Barbara Walters, Training and Education Coordinator at the LeeShore Center: “We’re holding the community awareness workshop, and that is a 40 hour workshop here at the LeeShore Center. It is open to the community and we will be discussing domestic violence, sexual assault, and the effects of domestic violence on children.” The march began at noon at the Leif Hanson Memorial Park gazebo and ended at the Kenai Visitors Center. The Community Awareness Workshop on Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault is a 5- day workshop held each April and October. Community members gathered together to march and bring awareness to the prevention of domestic violence and sexual assault in Alaska. Among the marchers that took part in the event Wednesday were representatives from local law enforcement, including Kenai and Soldotna police officers and Alaska State Troopers. The ‘Choose Respect’ initiative began in December of 2009, when Governor Sean Parnell pledged that Alaska would take every step necessary to stop the epidemic of domestic violence, sexual assault, and child sexual abuse in Alaska.
By Mark F. Gray, Special to the AFRO, email@example.comNational respect for the Bowie State football program has been a long time coming, but it has finally arrived. The defending CIAA champions, who won their first postseason game ever last season, find themselves ranked in the top 25 nationally heading toward the kickoff of the 2019 season.Bowie State University (BSU) is ranked 25th amongst the nation’s Top 30 Division II programs by College Football America. The Bulldogs find themselves under the national microscope after their most successful season in school history. The Bulldogs finished last season with a 10-3 overall record, 6-1 in league play and captured Bowie State’s first-ever CIAA crown in 2018. Bowie State was ranked No. 25 amongst the nation’s Top 30 Division II programs by College Football America. (Courtesy Photo)Coach Damon Wilson and his staff are excited about the start of camp and look forward to the upcoming season. The returnees, transfers and incoming freshmen report to campus on August 15. Wilson has been serving as an intern this summer with the New York Jets as part of the Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship program. The Walsh Fellowship is an annual program operated by the NFL’s Management Council and NFL Player Engagement.“I look forward to the opportunity of working alongside some of the best coaches in the country as I continue to sharpen my skills to continue to prepare our student athletes,” Wilson said in a statement released by the university’s sports information department after earning the fellowship. “I believe opportunities like this is a win for all parties involved and I look forward to being able to implement some of the things that I will learn from Coach [Adam] Gase and his staff.” The program’s objective is to use NFL training camps and offseason workout programs to give talented minority coaches opportunities to observe, participate and gain experience that may ultimately help them gain a full-time NFL coaching position.“Another positive in an internship like this is establishing relationships and confirming that as a college coach you can justify what the NFL teams are looking for from our college student-athletes,” said Wilson.Bowie State University opens preseason practice for the 2019 season on Friday, August 16 in Bulldogs Stadium in preparation for the regular season opener September 7 at American International College in Springfield, Mass. Wilson will be forced to put what he learned with the Jets staff to use immediately as the Bulldogs try to fortify a team that moves ahead without the greatest player in the history of the program. BSU’s biggest void to fill will be find a replacement for two time HBCU Player of the Year Amir Hall who graduated after rewriting the school’s all time records.After being a veteran team for the last two years this year’s they will rely heavily on a group of understudies who will finally get their chance to contribute.
UofL kept the offense rolling in the fifth with Tyler Fitzgerald singling home Trey Leonard before the weather set in and forced a delay of 54 minutes. LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The Louisville offense exploded for double digit runs, but the Cardinals couldn’t beat the rain as their Saturday contest against Boston College was suspended in the bottom of the sixth inning at Jim Patterson Stadium. Game two will resume on Sunday at 10:30 a.m., ET with the series finale to follow immediately after. The two teams were scoreless through the first three innings on Saturday before the Cardinals exploded in the fourth and fifth. Danny Oriente opened the scoring for the second straight day with a single through the left side, but it was Zach Britton that blew the game open. With the bases loaded, Britton lined a ball past the diving right fielder that rolled to the wall and allowed all three runs to score. Zeke Pinkham then brought him home with a sacrifice fly to cap the five-run inning. Story Links Louisville starting pitcher Nick Bennett is in line for the win should the Cardinals hold on for the victory. The junior tossed five shutout innings before exiting after the first weather delay. The Cardinal offense picked right up where it left off when play resumed, with Fitzgerald coming around to score on another hit from Oriente. Jared Poland then tacked on two more with a double into the left field corner, and later scored on a wild pitch. Garrett Schmeltz worked a scoreless top of the sixth and the game was stopped after Fitzgerald’s one-out walk in the bottom of the frame. Print Friendly Version
It will mark the first step into VR for Birkin as well as Seydoux and Exarchopoulos, the Palme d’Or winning actresses of “Blue Is the Warmest Color.” Speaking to Variety, McNitt said the trio “represented three generations of women who embody the universe” and “help elevate this experience to become a piece of cinema.” “Each actress embodies the power and grace of the characters, and each has her own interpretation of the character they’re stepping into,” added McNitt, who is currently developing her first feature film.McNitt said she has always been inspired by “The Little Prince” and had the desire, through “Spheres,” to “connect art and science with poetry.”Arnaud Colinart, Altas V’s co-founder and producer, said the high-profile French voice cast underscored Atlas V’s strategy to deliver local versions in select territories in order lure broad audiences.The same strategy is being developed in Asia by City Lights, which represents “Spheres” in international markets. Atlas V has picked up French distribution rights to the French version, in collaboration with the Phi Center, and will aim at staging premium immersive events for “Spheres” in art centers and museums, such as the Rockfeller Center Exhibition, as well as upscale location-based venues.In France, Altas V is partnering with the well-established French producer Anne-Dominique Toussaint (“Capernaum”) to host a private premiere of “Spheres” at Toussaint’s Gallerie Cinema, a Parisian art and photography gallery where many filmmakers, including James Franco, have hosted exhibits of their works. The premiere of the first two episodes of “Spheres” will inaugurate the Gallerie Cinema’s new VR space, along with several artists who will exhibit their space-themed creations. Toussaint said he was looking to build bridges between art, cinema and science through this new VR venue.McNitt, who is currently in Paris for the inauguration, said she was particularly happy to have “Spheres” premiere at Toussaint’s gallery because it positions “Spheres” as a work of art, rather than a video game-type experience. Léa Seydoux, Adèle Exarchopoulos and Jane Birkin are set to narrate Eliza McNitt’s science-themed VR series “Spheres,” which is executive produced by Darren Aronofsky.The English version of “Spheres,” an interactive journey inspired by the iconic “Pale Blue Dot” image of planet Earth, was narrated by Jessica Chastain, Patti Smith and Millie Bobby Brown. An episode of “Spheres” world premiered at Sundance – where the series was snapped up in a seven-figure deal – and a second one premiered at Tribeca, and all three episodes played in competition at the Venice Film Festival.The French version of “Spheres” is being produced by Darren Aronofsky and Ari Handel’s banner Protozoa and Paris-based Atlas V, with the support of France’s international tax rebate for international productions, and the region Auvergne Rhone-Alpes Cinéma. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 Popular on Variety