Leading entertainment and lifestyle retailer HSN has partnered with Jessica Seinfeld and her organization GOOD+ Foundation for a second year to offer an exclusive accessories line, GOOD+.Appearing in late April, the collection supports fashion for a good cause.Jessica will appear on HSN on April 27th during “The List: HSN Cares Special Edition” (9-11pm ET) to launch the collection. In conjunction with the launch, HSN Cares will donate three days of diapers to a child in need for every GOOD+ item sold, to the GOOD+ Foundation. HSN customers will also be able to donate to GOOD+ Foundation online at HSN.com or over the phone from April 27th-30th and will receive $10 in HSN Kash for every donation of $10 or more.“A simple $10 donation provides 10 whole days’ worth of diapers to a family in need, which is an incredible respite for families trying to make ends meet. That donation helps provide a safe, healthy environment for the child and relieves stress for the parents, which builds a happier and more successful family,” said GOOD+ Foundation Founder and Board President Jessica Seinfeld.GOOD+ Foundation first partnered with HSN last year to design fashions and accessories designed from the heart. This year’s exclusive collection will help provide essential child gear, clothing and services to families in need. The GOOD+ collection consists of transitional and trendy scarves, pants, kimonos, handbags and vests that are perfect for women on-the-go who need a wardrobe that is fashionable and versatile enough to transition from day to night with ease.“After a successful launch of GOOD+ last year, we’re delighted to welcome back Jessica and her all new collection of apparel and accessories,” stated Carmen Bauza, Chief Merchandising Officer, HSN. “Not only do our customers adore Jessica, but they love to give back and value the charitable component of this versatile collection.”GOOD+ Foundation is a non-profit organization that partners with a national network of leading programs to break the cycle of family poverty through the power of donated child products and transformational family services.HSN Cares is dedicated to empowering women and helping families in times of need. The goal is to provide essential items to 500 families that GOOD+ serves and empower them to lift themselves out of poverty. For more information and to shop the collection, visit www.HSN.com (keyword: GOOD+).
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Angie Bird Twitter NEW YORK – Bicoastal Chelsea has signed director Angie Bird–a Young Director Award winner at Cannes in 2016–for her first ever U.S. representation. Bird earned the Young Director Award honor for “Mean Tweets,” a commercial depicting the genuine struggles of the homeless. The spot showcases her knack for grabbing powerful emotional moments with a true sense of craftsmanship, empathy and tact. She’s directed campaigns for Kellogg’s, Tim Horton’s, the Salvation Army and Gillette among others.Based in Toronto but born and bred in Melbourne, Australia, Bird is an agency art director turned director, writing and directing ads for multinational brands and honing her storytelling skills with a passion for beauty and honesty. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Facebook Advertisement Login/Register With: “My gut tells me Angie will become a future star in the U.S.,” assessed Chelsea president/owner Lisa Mehling.Bird’s first documentary short, You Won’t Regret That Tattoo, was featured in The Atlantic, UpWorthy, Huffington Post, and as a Vimeo Staff Pick. The film captures a perspective on modern culture and the tattoo phenomenon previously unexplored in the media–that of an older generation proud to sport the ink they wear. As well as being a beautiful study of human nature, the film uncovers the meaning and importance behind the social ritual of tattoos. The short screened at AFI Docs and a number of international film festivals.Most recently, Bird completed her first narrative short, The Day Grunge Died, which tells the story of a group of girls informing their friend of the death of Kurt Cobain. The film had its’ world premiere at the Beverly Hills International Film Festival.Bird said she has long followed and admired what Chelsea has accomplished and looks forward to working alongside Mehling, EPs Pat McGoldrick and Michel Waxman, and the shop’s roster of directors. “I can’t wait to break into the U.S. market with these guys by my side,” said Bird.Bird joins a Chelsea roster which includes David Gordon Green, Lauren Greenfield, Alex Gibney, Stacy Peralta, Bruce Hunt, Jack Cole, Nadav Kander, Amir Bar-Lev, Gregory Jacobs, and The Bear.Chelsea is represented by Denise Blate Roederer of RHODA on the East Coast, Doug Stephen & Partners in the Midwest, and Get Reehl/Get Davis on the West Coast. Advertisement Advertisement
“I would like to see my Office much more involved in the search for peaceful solutions and in peace negotiations, in practical terms,” Sergio Vieira de Mello, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, explained in Geneva at the signing, which also involved the Under-Secretary General for Peacekeeping Operations, Jean-Marie Guéhenno. “And we should also participate actively in the implementation of peace agreements.”In strengthening and expanding their cooperation, the agreement calls for the UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations and the High Commissioner’s Office to “seek to establish, institutionalize and maximize the mutual exchange of expertise, advice, information, training and support, drawing upon their respective capacities and mandates.”The signing of the agreement came as a one-week meeting of heads of human rights field presences closed. Also present was Danilo Türk, the Assistant Secretary-General for Political Affairs.
by The Canadian Press Posted Aug 30, 2016 10:13 am MDT Last Updated Aug 30, 2016 at 2:20 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email WHYCOCOMAGH, N.S. – They’re offering free land and a job to anyone interested in working at the family roadside general store — and two Cape Breton businesswomen say they’ve been swamped with replies.Sandee MacLean is promising to give 0.8 hectares of woodland to anyone who commits to work at The Farmer’s Daughter Country Market for five years.MacLean, who owns about 80 hectares of land, said she was trying to come up with ways to attract employees to the quaint bakery and store in the small community of Whycocomagh, because conventional ads hadn’t worked.So after a walk along a mountaintop, she and her sister posted a note on Facebook offering parcels of woodland to anyone who will work at the store and might not mind living off the grid.“We think we need to think outside of the box to keep Cape Breton true to its roots — a place where people live year-round and celebrate the beauty that surrounds us in music and stories, and where being a neighbour truly means you talk to everyone in the local co-op,” the ad reads.Since posting the note on Sunday, MacLean said the response has been overwhelming, with more than 1,000 people calling or sending them messages from across Canada, including British Columbia and Newfoundland and Labrador.“The phone has been ringing off the hook,” she said in an interview on Tuesday. “There’s been a lot of interesting people. There’s one couple that said they do live off the grid — they have done that — and that they’re chefs.”On the market’s Facebook page, the post had been shared more than 800 times on Tuesday afternoon and had more than 200 comments, with many lamenting about leaving city life behind for good.“Incredibly tempting to leave this rat race of a city I have been living in for the past decade, though I have enjoyed other parts of the world. Please see my application, as I am interested,” said a person posting under the name Adriano Belmonte.“I’m getting fed up with all of the cement of Montreal, Quebec and I’m wanting to return back to back to my roots. My ancestors are from Lunenburg, Nova Scotia and I believe many of them were farmers,” wrote a person posting under the name Karen Snair.The 40-year-old MacLean, who recently took over the business from her parents, said she’s hoping they can hire about three more people to boost their year-round staff to 15 and to help keep up with demand — as the business also produces baked goods that are shipped out to local Sobeys stores.Employees make between $11 and $13 an hour — a typical wage for rural Cape Breton, she said.MacLean said the only requirement is that the person must work at the store for five years. After that, the two acres of land is theirs for free, as long as they cover the legal cost of roughly $2,000 to transfer it into their name.“We really want our community to be repopulated,” said MacLean. “We really are committed to keeping Cape Breton alive and vibrant and we’re not really interest in making a huge profit off people.” Cape Breton store offers up land to people who work for business for five years The Farmer’s Daughter store near Whycocomagh, N.S. is shown in this undated handout photo. A Cape Breton woman says more than a thousand people have responded to her latest help wanted ad. Sandee MacLean and her sister posted a note on Facebook offering parcels of land to anyone who will work at their family’s general store for five years.THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Sandee MacLean
For the senior athletes on the Ohio State men’s and women’s track teams, the 27th annual Jesse Owens Memorials Track Classic was a last opportunity to compete on their home track and leave their best efforts at the Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium where their collegiate careers began three seasons ago. All-American senior Christina Manning, who was named Big Ten Track Athlete of the Week for the ninth time in her career April 2, said the final home meet led to reminiscing upon her career at OSU. “It means a lot. It’s bittersweet actually,” Manning said. “I just get so many memories of when I was a freshman, to sophomore year, junior and right now. I just want to leave something here on this track. So hopefully I have.” Manning won the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 13.06, the ninth best in Division I this season. Manning, senior Madison McNary, sophomore Chesna Sykes and junior Christienne Linton also took home the victory in the 4×100-meter relay with a time of 44.55. Senior sprinter Shaniqua McGinnis said that since this was her last home meet, she was glad her relay team, which included McGinnis, freshman Aisha Cavin, freshman Alexandria Johnson and junior Nyjah Cousar, would win the 4×400-meter relay with a time of 3:45.12. “I just wanted to bring it home as a win,” McGinnis said. “This is my last time running on this track as a collegiate athlete at a meet, so I’m just glad I can bring this win in. It means a lot. To be able to win it like this with the race, it’s something I’ll always remember.” Senior Ashley Galbraith’s high jump of 1.70 meters claimed the win during her final day of competition in the Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. Senior Maggie Mullen was first in the hammer throw, with a personal record throw of 59.84 meters/196-04, the fifth-best in school history. The men’s team earned wins in six events, including the 4×100-meter and 4×400-meter relays. The Buckeyes competed in the 4×400-meter relay without senior All-American Thomas Murdaugh, and claimed a win with a time of 3:12.66. Interim coach Ed Beathea said redshirt junior Cory Leslie’s performance in the mile run was one of the standout performances for the Buckeyes. All-American Leslie finished first with a time of 4:01.99, the third-best in OSU outdoor history. Senior Dan White finished sixth for the Buckeyes in the 800-meter run with a time of 1:52.15. Adam Green, a redshirt senior who placed eighth in the men’s one mile run, said he hoped the Jesse Owens Classic will give him the push he needs for the rest of the season. “It’s a great meet, we love having it. We love competing here. Hopefully this will spring me forward for this season,” Green said. In his first meet of the year, All-American senior Michael Hartfield placed second in the long jump with a jump of 7.45 meters. Women’s coach Karen Dennis said seniors play an important leadership role on the team. “This is what I need our senior and our juniors to understand … there’s a significance in beginnings and endings,” Dennis said. “How you begin something is important, as well as how you end something. And that’s what I’ve been trying to impress upon our juniors and seniors. We need you to leave here leaving everything that you can on the track for the team, so that our freshmen and sophomores see how to leave and how to lead when they become juniors and seniors.” The women’s track and field team’s next competition is the Florida Invitational, set for April 20 in Gainesville, Fla. The men’s team will compete at the Mt. SAC Relays April 19-21 in Walnut, Calif., and at the All-Ohio championships in Oxford, Ohio, April 20-21.
Smith’s fourth-quarter score gave the Buckeyes (3-0) their third lead of the game. Miller, who finished the game 16-of-30 for 239 yards, four touchdowns and one interception, opened the game’s scoring with a 55-yard highlight-reel touchdown run. The Buckeyes eventually took a 20-7 lead into halftime, but fell behind, 21-20, after a 1-yard quarterback keeper touchdown run by Maynard to help put his team on top. Prior to that, it was Cal sophomore running back Brendan Bigelow’s historic, 81-yard touchdown run in the third quarter that tightened the gap at 20-14 with 9:34 to play in the third. It was the third-longest rushing play ever against the Buckeyes. OSU fired back immediately following Maynard’s go-ahead score when Miller threw a jump-pass two yards to redshirt senior receiver Jake Stoneburner to retake the lead. Miller also dove headlong for a successful two-point conversion to extend the lead to 28-21 with 8:31 to play in the game. “That was a jump pass,” Meyer said. “Really good execution by Jake Stoneburner – blocking and releasing to the back of the end zone.” Stoneburner agreed. “We’ve been working on that play since coach Meyer got here and he said he was going to use it this week,” Stoneburner said. “It’s obviously a great play and it came at the perfect time.” Bigelow tore through OSU’s defense on a 51-yard run to tie the game on Cal’s next possession. The game, as it had been for most of the second half, remained in doubt. Both teams might have been looking at a different situation were it not for Cal junior kicker Vincenzo D’Amato, who left nine points on the field as he was 0-3 on field goal tries, missing one from 40 yards out and two 42-yard attempts. The last of D’Amato’s misses would have put Cal ahead late in the game. OSU took advantage of the miss and, on the very next possession, Miller found Smith for the vital score. That late touchdown was a return to an efficient OSU attack that existed in the first half. OSU and Cal combined for 57 total yards with less than 5:30 to play in the first quarter, but that didn’t last long. Miller broke the defensive stalemate at the 5:11 mark of the first quarter with a 55-yard touchdown run to put OSU up, 6-0. The Ohio Stadium crowd gasped as Miller juked his way to the hash marks on the west side of the field. Junior kick Drew Basil’s extra point attempt was unsuccessful. By the end of Cal’s next drive, the defense seemed to have gone out the window for both teams. The Buckeyes’ defense cracked on Cal’s third possession of the game, a six-play, 75-yard drive that ended with a 19-yard touchdown reception by Golden Bears’ freshman receiver Chris Harper. The Buckeyes went back on the offensive on their next possession, which lasted just 1:25 and ended in a 25-yard touchdown catch by Smith, who outmuscled his defender for position and hauled in the catch in the front, left-hand corner of the north end zone to restore OSU’s lead at 13-7. Now, OSU’s offense was in business. Ninety seconds into the second quarter, Miller completed a touchdown pass to Stoneburner that put OSU up, 20-7. Stoneburner’s 1-yard reception was set up by a 35-yard completion from Miller to a diving Smith. Stoneburner finished the game with 3 catches for 44 yards to go along with the two scores. First-year OSU coach Urban Meyer has repeatedly said he wants his team to “play angry” and the Buckeyes did so – angry to the tune of seven first half penalties a week after committing 10 against Central Florida. Some penalties were nullified but three on a single Cal drive helped move the Golden Bears into scoring position. OSU’s defense held, though, as D’Amato missed a 40-yard field goal attempt with 5:21 to play in the first half. The 20-7 score line held until half. OSU outgained Cal 234-181 in the first half. The Silver Bullets’ defense, which was slow to pressure UCF one week earlier, tallied four sacks and six tackles for loss in total in the opening 30 minutes. Redshirt sophomore defensive back Bradley Roby, sophomore linebacker Ryan Shazier, senior nose tackle Garrett Goebel and Sabino each tallied a sack in the half. By game’s end, OSU had tallied two additional sacks and and nine tackles for loss. Offensively, Miller was 10-of-14 in the half for 129 yards, and three of the four incompletions were drops. Buckeyes senior running back Jordan Hall made his 2012 debut after missing OSU’s first two games recovering from surgery on a torn ligament. Hall finished the game with 87 yards on 17 carries. OSU linebacker Storm Klein also made his 2012 debut in the first half. Klein was arrested late on July 6 after allegedly striking the mother of his child. A day later, Meyer dismissed the linebacker from the team and said in a released statement that the charges against Klein “violate the core values of the Ohio State football program.” The player was then reinstated Aug. 24 after charges against him were dropped. Cal came out of half and announced it wasn’t done yet – a Bigelow touchdown run of historic proportions served as the rallying cry. Bigelow spun, and spun again, to elude OSU tacklers before escaping to the hash marks in front of the Golden Bears bench and raced to an 81-yard score in the south end zone at 9:34 in the third quarter. “I initially took the handoff and thought don’t slow down. I spun off a few people and just tried to stay on my feet, keep pumping and keep running,” Bigelow said. “My eyes got big when I turned the corner. I just try to take what I learn in practice and apply it to the game.” Bigelow’s run, in addition to being the third-longest rushing play any team had ever made against the Buckeyes defense, was a career long and brought Cal to within six points at 20-14. Bigelow would, of course, be heard from again as Cal fans began to make noise, perhaps sensing an impending upset. The Cal rally was delayed temporarily by D’Amato, who pulled his third-quarter, 42-yard attempt field goal try left of the goal posts as time would down in the third quarter. Cal kept coming, though, entering the red zone early in the fourth quarter and finally taking a lead OSU could no longer hold back. The Golden Bears drove 46 yards on eight plays and scored on Maynard’s quarterback keeper from a 1-yard line. D’Amato made good on the extra point attempt to put Cal up, 21-20, with 12:26 to play. Then came Miller’s second touchdown pass of the game to Stoneburner, which gave the quarterback his first three-touchdown game of his career. Bigelow had a response to OSU’s response – the 51 yard touchdown scamper that allowed the Golden Bears to pull even with the Buckeyes. Bigelow finished the game with two scores and 160 yards rushing on just four carries. With the teams back on level terms, Miller threw an interception to Cal junior corner Steve Williams, which gave the Golden Bears the ball in OSU territory. All the ensuing Cal drive held for the Golden Bears fans in attendance was D’Amato’s third field goal miss of the game, this one coming from 42 yards out. Two plays later, Miller found Smith for the eventual game-winning score. Bryant’s interception polished off the victory. “The best part about 3-0 is the chance to go 4-0,” Meyer said after the game, “and that’s about it. We’ve enjoyed a win against a very quality opponent.” OSU will continue the non-conference portion of its schedule next Saturday at noon in the Horseshoe against the University of Alabama-Birmingham. California threatened to make Ohio State football the Pac-12 Conference’s latest Big Ten Conference victim, but the Buckeyes wouldn’t allow it. It was wild one, a true shootout, but one week after Pac-12 teams posted three wins against Big Ten opposition, the No. 12-ranked Buckeyes denied the unranked Cal Golden Bears, 35-28, Saturday at Ohio Stadium. OSU won despite being outgained in total yardage by Cal, 512-412. With the score tied at 28, OSU sophomore quarterback Braxton Miller found sophomore receiver Devin Smith with 3:26 remaining in the game and wide-open space in front of him. Smith scampered into Ohio Stadium’s raucous south end zone for a 72-yard touchdown to put his team up, 35-28. It was his second touchdown of the game. Driving to attempt to pull level with OSU again, Cal senior quarterback Zach Maynard was intercepted by OSU junior safety Christian Bryant. Maynard had thrown for 280 yards on 26-of-37 passing with a touchdown, and OSU’s defense, which allowed but the pick by Bryant put the game out of reach. Fans began to head for the exits after Bryant’s interception and OSU lined up in the victory formation. You could almost hear the collective exhale from Buckeye Nation. “Cal is a good team. They came in here and really gave us their best shot,” OSU redshirt senior Etienne Sabino said after the game. “They know how to fight. We have to get better at tackling. At the same time you need to give Cal credit, they are a good football team.”
“The ads were for Ben & Jerrys Light ice cream variants, which were HFSS products, and the ads were therefore HFSS product ads for the purposes of the Code.”The ads were located within 100 metres of schools.”We considered that the proximity of the posters to the schools was likely to mean that the audience of the ads were significantly skewed towards under-16s and because of that they were directed at children through the context in which they appeared.”We therefore concluded that the placement of both ads breached the Code.” Ben & Jerry’s ice cream adverts have been removed after they were placed on billboards within 100m of a primary school.Posters for the firm’s Moophoria Light range – showing a tub of salted caramel brownie flavour and another of chocolate cookies and cream – were put up near two London schools.Bosses at Children’s Food Campaign complained to the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), saying the ads were for a product which was high in fat, salt or sugar (HFSS) and were “directed at children”.The posters included photos of tubs of the ice cream – which contains just under 130 calories in an 100ml serving – along with the text ‘New Moophoria Light never tasted so right’.Chiefs at Unilever, which bought the brand in 2000, said the ‘Ben and Jerry’s audience’ was 18-35 year olds and that it was its policy not to advertise to children – whether it be online, TV or in outdoor ads.It said it was “disappointed” that the billboards had been “mistakenly placed near schools” and said they were removed immediately.The ASA has told Unilever not to display the ads close to school again. It stated: “HFSS product ads must not be directed at children through the selection of media or the context in which they appeared, and that no medium should be used to advertise HFSS products if more than 25 per cent of its audience was under the age of 16. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
In this report, JEGI broke out Marketing & Interactive Services by sub-sectors. For the first half, Marketing Technology accounted for most of the deal value, at 37 percent. Ad agencies, however, scored the most deals—46. Digital agencies weren’t far behind at 43 deals for the half. Other highlights for the half include a 164 percent jump in number of transactions for exhibitions and conferences versus the same period last year. Deal value for events increased 165 percent, topping out at $437 million for the half. The number of consumer magazine deals jumped from 16 in the first half of 2011 to 27 this year, but these were smaller deals. Value for the category actually dropped significantly—94 percent—from $2 billion in 1H 2011 to $122 million in this year’s first half. B-to-b media deals were quiet with 14 deals worth a total of $82 million for the half. A first-half 2012 media M&A report was released today by investment bankers The Jordan, Edmiston Group Inc. and sales activity and values jumped significantly over the same period last year. Overall, the number of deals was up 52 percent to 652 while value rose 49 percent to $32 billion for the period. Marketing services-related transactions continue to drive the market. This growth in M&A comes in the midst of very challenging macro economic issues, JEGI points out. Unemployment is still high in the U.S., Europe is challenged and big IPOs are lackluster. Nevertheless, market forces are proceeding at a rapid pace with digital engagement, social media and, especially, mobile having a huge impact on media. Consequently, companies are scrambling to get up to speed to build out and/or acquire marketing services operations to keep up with the consumer transition to digital and mobile.All of this is to say the Marketing Services category has once again led the way in both number of transactions and overall value, according to JEGI. By itself, Marketing and Interactive Services accounted for 40 percent of the first-half transactions and 27 percent of the value. Combine that with three other related categories—B-to-B and B-to-C Online Media and Technology and Mobile Media and Technology—and you have 79 percent of the deals and 75 percent of the value. JEGI’s full report is available here. More on this topic Media M&A ‘Heats Up’ Through First Half M&A Soars For Digital and Marketing Services, While B-to-B Deals Plummet First Half Media Deal Values Plummet 65 Percent M&A Soars for Digital and Marketing Services While B-to-B Media Deals Plummet M&A Transactions Up by $10 Billion for First Half of 2006 ‘Moribund’ Q2 Ready for M&A Bounce-BackJust In BabyCenter Sold to Ziff Davis Parent J2 Media | News & Notes Editor & Publisher Magazine Sold to Digital Media Consultant Meredith Corp. Makes Digital-Side Promotions | People on the Move Bonnier Corp. Terminates Editor-in-Chief for Ethics Breach This Just In: Magazines Are Not TV Networks Four More Execs Depart SourceMedia in Latest RestructuringPowered by
0 Tags A rendering of a binary asteroid system European Space Agency A “potentially hazardous” asteroid and its smaller sidekick are zipping by Earth Saturday, and both amateur and professional astronomers are checking out the rare sight.The unnamed space rock designated as Asteroid (66391) 1999 KW4 is a binary system, meaning it’s composed of one large asteroid orbited by a smaller moon. The larger half of the duo is nearly a mile (1.5 kilometers) wide, while its smaller satellite is about a third of a mile wide (0.5 kilometers). The asteroid was first discovered 20 years ago, and its latest close approach comes May 25 at 4:05 p.m. PT.Two ninety-second exposures of asteroid 1999 KW4 on its way to a close approach. CNRS / ESA NEOCC / IRAP / Observatoire des Makes The European Space Agency released a brief animation of the approaching system captured from an observatory on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean on May 9.If you have access to a telescope at least 8 inches in diameter, you might be able to catch it as it passes us and starts to make its way back out to deep space. EarthSky has charts and tips for backyard observers, and TheSkyLive is tracking the system’s movements in near real time.While its serious size has earned 1999 KW4 the title “potentially hazardous,” it’ll clear Earth this year at a very safe distance of 3,219,955 miles (5,182,015 kilometers). This will be the second closest approach it’s made in the past two decades, and the nearest it’ll come to our planet until 2036. It’ll also be by far the largest object to come within about 20 lunar distances (4,647,790 miles or 7,479,894 kilometers) of us this year.The Las Cumbres Observatory describes the main asteroid in the system as “slightly squashed at the poles and with a mountain ridge around the equator, which runs all the way around the asteroid. This ridge gives the primary an appearance similar to a walnut or a spinning top.”Some of the world’s largest telescopes, including the massive Arecibo radio observatory on Puerto Rico, will observe 1999 KW4 to get more data on both rocks and the separation between them.The system is moving fast, at 48,123 miles per hour (77,446 kilometers per hour), which may make it easier for amateur observers to get a look at it. Post a comment Sci-Tech Originally published April 23.Update, May 21: Adds details about Friday’s flyby. Update, May 24: Adds details about how to spot the asteroid fly by. Space Share your voice
chandpurA Chandpur court on Tuesday sentenced five men to death for killing a young man in 2008, reports UNB.The convicts are Md Yamin Bepari, 24, son of Abdul Rahim Bepari of Dakkhin Lodhua village of Matlab Uttar upazila, Md Selim Majhi, 22, son of Abdul Kashem Majhi of the same village, Md Abdul Khalek Mollah, 32, son of Noyab Ali of Paschim Ladhua village, Md Faruk alias Nabi, 25, son of Barek Bepari and Md Ali Munshi, 28, son of late Mokhlesur Rahman Munshi of the same village.Additional district and sessions judge Mamunur Rashid handed down the verdict after examine the all witnesses and records of the murder case, said lawyer Shayedul Islam Babu public prosecutor of the case.According to the case statement, the convicts killed Md Masud Rana, 23, son of Md Rabiul Islam of Dakkhin Rari village of the upazila, by strangulated him on 5 October 2008, over previous enmity.Later the victim’s father filed a murder case with Matlab Uttar police station accusing eight people.Police submitted charge sheet to the court on 30 May 2009.After examining the 15 witnesses among 34 and all records the additional district and sessions judge handed down the verdict.The court also acquitted three other accused from the charge.
In the mid-1960s, a brave young Italian woman, Franca Viola, was abducted and violated for a week, then fought a centuries-old tradition that would have her marry her abuser to “restore” her honor. “I do not love you,” she proclaimed in court. “I will not marry you.” Amazingly, she won. Franca Viola was the oldest child of farmers in the rural Sicilian town of Alcamo, Italy. In 1963, when she was just 15, she became engaged to a local boy eight years her senior, Filippo Melodia, the nephew of a local mafioso. When Melodia was arrested for theft, Viola broke off the engagement. The young mobster left the country.Melodia returned to Alcamo in 1965 and tried to re-enter the life of beautiful Franca Viola, who by then become involved with another young man, Giuseppe Ruisi. Melodia begged and pleaded, he stalked and threatened her. Nevertheless, she resisted.The spurned and enraged Melodia, together with more than a dozen compatriots, stormed into the Viola family farmhouse early on the morning after Christmas, badly beating Franca’s mother, and dragging the young woman away, along with her 8-year-old brother, who refused to let go of her leg.Franca Viola in the 60sThe marauding young men soon released the boy, but they took Franca to the remote farmhouse of Melodia’s sister, where they held her captive for eight days. During that time, Melodia raped Franca Viola repeatedly. He told her she would have to marry him so she would not dishonor her family.Melodia thought he had the law on his side, and he did, to an extent: Article 544 of the Italian criminal code recognized a kind of marriage, the matrimonio riparatore, that would forgive the man for his crime and restore to the “damaged” victim her honor and that of her family. Should she refuse to marry her abductor, the young woman would be further victimized as an unmarriagable outcast somehow to blame for her unfortunate circumstances.While Melodia held Franca Viola, her father was frantically collaborating with the carabinieri, or local police, pretending to come to terms with the kidnappers while in reality the police were organizing a dramatic rescue mission. On January 2, 1966, Franca Viola was released, and the kidnappers arrested.As expected, Melodia offered Viola a matrimonio riparatore. Unexpectedly, she flatly refused. Not only that, but with the firm support of her family and friends, she pressed ahead with taking her attacker to court for kidnapping, carnal violence, and intimidation.Franca Viola meeting the Pope in 1968Franca Viola was the first woman to ever reject a reparatory marriage in public. Bucking tradition wasn’t easy. She was considered a donna svergognata, or a woman without honor. Her family received death threats. Their vineyards and cottage were burned.Melodia’s trial in December 1966 attracted worldwide attention. Northern Italy was undergoing social and cultural change, but Southern Italy was still seen as out-of-step with progressive ideas of equality. Crowds flocked to debates about the trial, which was covered even by The New York Times.Melodia’s attorneys tried to portray their defendant as a man sick with love and Viola as a willing participant; in their version, the young couple’s romance was thwarted only by Viola’s father.With quiet dignity, Viola refuted that claim, saying, “I will marry the man I love,” who was decidedly not Melodia. Taking such a heroic stand against ingrained tradition at the time effectively turned her into a mid-1960s feminist icon.In May 1967, Melodia was found guilty and sentenced to 11 years in prison; seven of his accomplices received four-year sentences. Melodia was released from prison in 1976, and banished from Sicily for his Mob ties. He was murdered in Modena two years later.In December 1968, Franca Viola wed Giuseppe Ruisi, who had stayed by her side during the whole ordeal. In recognition of her heroic challenging of the system, the Italian president sent $40 (around $300 today) as a wedding present. The country’s Transport Minister gave the newlyweds a month of free railway rides. The couple had two sons, and today still live in Alcamo.The story of the quiet trailblazing feminist has been turned at least two films, La moglie piu bella (The Most Beautiful Wife) in 1970 and Viola, Franca (2017).Article 544, allowing a rapist to marry his victim for reparation, was finally repealed in 1981.Read another story from us: Grandma Gatewood continues to inspire as the first woman who solo hiked the 2,168-mile Appalachian TrailIn 2014, Franca Viola was awarded the title of Grande Ufficiale dell’Ordine al Merito della Repubblica by Italian president Giorgio Napolitano in a public ceremony to mark International Women’s Day.
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Medical imaging plays an increasing role in the accurate… read more The idea behind clinical decision support (CDS) is simple — ensure that tests or procedures ordered by referring physicians are best suited to benefit the patient. But does CDS software really work? And how well?Among the companies likely to highlight CDS on the RSNA exhibit floor are:National Decision Support Company, which provides the technical platform, supports and licenses CDS. It is the exclusive distributor of national standards CDS imaging guidelines, providing ACR Select, the Web service version of American College of Radiology (ACR) Appropriateness Criteria;Sage Health Management Solutions provides tools including RadWise for imaging CDS. Compliant with ICD-10, RadWise offers hyperlinked references, tracks patient radiation exposure, and reports patient outcomes; andStanson Health, a first-time RSNA exhibitor, combines point-of-care CDS with “actionable insights for analyzing and adjusting provider ordering behavior.”Radiology-oriented CDS software is available from other vendors, including Nuance and Medicalis.When CDS software is layered on top of a RIS/PACS, radiologists can access it directly. CDS for referring physicians typically is integrated into e-prescribing and computerized patient order entry systems.The Feds are pushing the medical community to put CDS in place, although there’s plenty of time to do so. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid plan to begin tracking the way advanced imaging exams are chosen, but not until 2017. After that, outliers could be paid less for not using CDS.Regulatory pressure aside, CDS appears to hold value for providers and patients. Evidence has begun to accumulate that its use by radiologists can reduce the number of unnecessary studies.Last spring researchers from NYU Langone Medical Center reported at the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) meeting that radiology exams were in-line with clinical guidelines 50-80 percent more of the time, after a CMS tool was integrated into the center’s dictation software. One of the researchers, Ankur Doshi, M.D., concluded that integrated decision support available to the radiologist at the point of care “may encourage use and help improve adherence to follow-up recommendations.”Similarly evidence is accruing that CDS positively affects patient welfare when used by referring docs. Research reported in the April issue of the Journal of the American College of Radiology (JACC), also available online, found that the integration of this software into inpatient computerized order entry system increased the overall use of ACR Appropriateness Criteria (AC) when ordering advanced imaging. It also led them to provide the structured data needed to automatically generate AC scores.Just as the value of CDS is beginning to bubble to the surface, so are the pros and cons of the software behind it. In another article published in the April JACC, researchers from the Cleveland Clinic reported on the use of two CDS products — Medicalis SmartReq and Nuance RadPort. Both used the ACR’s criteria.The researchers examined how each handled the appropriateness and insurance dispositions of MRI and CT orders, concluding after several months’ experience and 2000 consecutive outpatient MRI and CT orders that the chief difference — and the strongest influence on outcomes — was how the software handled exams without relevant guidelines or with insufficient information.“Nuance augmented published guidelines with clinical best practice; Medicalis requested additional information utilizing pop-up windows,” the researchers wrote.Radiologists became frustrated, however, by the need for supplemental information. More than half of the exams scored by the Nuance system, for example, were scored as lacking sufficient information or having no guidelines to support the order. Similarly, radiologists express frustration from having to plow through the multiple windows that popped up in the Medicalis software.Clearly more needs to be done before CDS is an efficient part of a radiologist’s workflow. It appears, however, that CDS will play an important role in future of radiology.Editor’s note: This is the third blog in a series of four by industry consultant Greg Freiherr on Clinical Decision Support. The first, “How Clinical Decision Support Can Help Radiologists,” can be found here. The second, “Clinical Decision Support or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Evidence-based,” can be found here. 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