Kyle

22 Feb 19
Mobile Legends Update

Welcome everyone we are back again here in Mobile Legends Updates to introduce to you another new hero released in the original server February 21,2019. Are you sick of physical damage fighters? Do you know fighters with high mobility skill? Do you want your fighter to burst out really high damage? Well we introduce to […]

22 Feb 19
HORRORPEDIA

‘There’s nowhere to hide in the dark’ The Darkest is a 2017 French horror feature film directed by Robin Entreinger (Abduction 101; Sadik 2; Victimes) from a screenplay written by Guillaume Levil. The Seven Light production stars Alexandra Bialy, Valentin Bonhomme, Benjamin Robert and Claire Suchet. Plot: A tent in the mountains, in the middle of […]

22 Feb 19
UK NEWS

Wales coach Warren Gatland says his side “will not try to antagonise” England prop Kyle Sinckler in the Six Nations on Saturday. from UK News https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/rugby-union/47328977

22 Feb 19
High Velocity Sport

Nationals moving on, Bryce or no Bryce https://ift.tt/2IvPxMp WEST PALM BEACH, Florida — When it comes to filling big shoes, Matt Adams has nothing on Babe Dahlgren and Ryan Minor. Dahlgren is the man who replaced Lou Gehrig in the New York Yankees‘ lineup the day that the Iron Horse’s consecutive-games streak ended. Nearly 60 […]

22 Feb 19
Brandi C

Day 5 Social Media Fast and I survived.  It is getting easier. I find much freedom in laying my phone on the mantle and not even looking at it.  Today has been filled with emotion, just coming off the weekend.  Still, not up to par with dealing with things.  Sad, I know. Hunter was amazing […]

22 Feb 19
North Florida Matmen

2A-District 2 Christmas has nothing on this. THIS is the most wonderful time of the year. Just remember before you read. It’s not personal, but you’re allowed to take it personally if you want. Prove me wrong. Or prove me right. I like both. Where: Lincoln High School, Tallahassee. When: Today, 1 p.m. (weigh-in) & […]

22 Feb 19
Democracy & Society Online

by Gabriel Hearn-Desautels In the United States, presidential announcements are replete with claims that the liberal media is secretly attempting to undermine the Trump Administration, that Special Counsel Robert Mueller is really in the pocket of the Clintons, and that Democrats inflated the death count from Hurricane Maria in order to make the President look […]

22 Feb 19
Dream Team FC
It’s the 89th minute at Magnolia Hart Lane. Benjamin Aguero knocks the ball past Kyle Walker-Peters Walker-Peters and enters the box. Kai Rooney slides in to stop him. Limbs everywhere. There’s a deep intake of breath. Everyone in the ground looks to the referee. M1ke Deanbot, perfectly positioned, points its robotic arm towards the penalty spot, does a flamboyant 360-degree turn and wheels away. M1ke Deanbot in the, err… flesh From plane simulators to trading, robot-led factories to hospitals, artificial intelligence is rapidly weaving its way into our day-to-day lives. You might not realise it, but every word you’ve just read was written by a robot. If you spot any errors, blame Will.i.am Shakespeare. So how long until we see AI referees in football? No more fighting over fractional offside calls. An end to referees getting slaughtered for failing to make decisions that aren’t humanly possible to make. Should our humble human refs be sweating over their prospective job prospects? It’s not a simple answer. Technology is never straightforward, as anyone who’s watched their mum trying install a new iPhone can verify. Whistle while you can, Mike. The robots are coming Rohit Talwar and Steve Wells, Futurists at Fast Future, believe we’re close to an AI breakthrough, saying: “The potential speed of developments means we could well see the possibility of referees being replaced with AI technology long before the 2026 World Cup. “The advancements in the underlying technology make this situation entirely possible, but the first question is whether this is desirable, and the next is whether such perfect decision making would take away some of the human element that makes the game so appealing.” “AI could eliminate uncertainty around borderline calls, using a combination of cameras around the ground and sensors on the players’ bodies. “In situations such as simulation, we could use AI to recognise body language and compare each incident to a database of past incidents from thousands of games to determine the likelihood of it being a genuine foul, a trip, or a dive. ‘I got the ball ref’ “To stop fights, the Referee AI could be monitoring information collected from the players’ bodies to determine if they are getting angry and dispatch overhead drones to track the most at-risk players at any one time, swooping in to lift the player away from the action at the first hint of a flare up. “Equally, the AI could analyse statistics across a player’s entire playing history to determine if they are likely to get involved in a fight and then direct the drones to track those players most at risk of creating an incident. “When it comes to game management, AI could be applied at a higher level to perform continuous and forensic analysis of a club’s spending in real time. This would help detect unlawful payments to players and agents, clubs falling foul of financial fair play rules, and spot unusual patterns of spending that could suggest misuse of funds.” Nothing to see here The prospect of Lee Cattermole being swooped out of the Stadium of Light after losing his head for the 6,798th time is a tantalising glimpse of what could be around the corner. But, before you get too excited, Futurist Ben Hammersley doesn’t believe the arrival of AI is imminent, saying: “Not AI, but referees could very well be enhanced with technology with things like offside detection from overhead cameras. “The problem with AI is around discreation: how do you program an AI to allow play to continue (or not) at critical moments? There is a lot of leeway given at crucial times during a match that requires human judgement. “An easy example is asking why football games don’t have a buzzer to end them, rather than a bloke judging when to blow his whistle? It would change the nature of the game, and people generally hate that. The same can be said for video replays.” You wouldn’t do that to the Terminator Fellow Futurist Richard Watson holds a similar belief that there would be conflict between the very nature of the game and AI. “If it’s purely a matter of enforcing the rules and the rules are clear then yes, AI could work,” Watson said. “But surely it’s the spirit of the law sometimes and decisions are not always clear cut? Would managers and fans would be happy with an AI? Goal-line technology points in the direction of an AI, but my gut says no.” It’s clear that, whether the technology for AI within football is forthcoming or not, there is a decision to be made about how far we move away from the human element. The reaction to football’s latest technological evolution- video assistant referees- supports a general distrust of technology in the game. Morocco's @NAmrabat53 , making it clear exactly what he thinks of VAR after last night's #ESPMAR match #WorldCup pic.twitter.com/ma0k68JKlU — Very Stable Genius (@Rantaramic) June 26, 2018 That distrust stems from our need to argue. If football becomes clinical and incontrovertible then we lose so much of the narrative that goes with supporting our team, and following football in general. Sir Geoff Hurst’s 1966 World Cup goal is still talked about more than half a century later. Luis Garcia’s ‘ghost goal’ is one of the most iconic strikes in Champions League history. To make that statement about a goal that dribbled in from three yards speaks volumes about its controversy. Football fans are an emotional bunch. Passing up these moments in favour of guaranteed accuracy around decision-making therefore isn’t a straightforward choice. Nick Bostrom, founder of the Future of Humanity Institute at Oxford University, thinks Mike Dean can breathe safe, saying: “It looks quite difficult to me. I wouldn’t expect it to happen soon.” We’ll never know VAR’s performance in the Champions League round of 16 proved that, even if the technology is available, as long as it’s operating within a human structure there will always be room for error. Whether AI would remove that human error, or simply add to it, remains to be seen. It might be the case that certain parts of football, for example diving, becoming fully operated by AI while a human referee is in place to maintain the greyer areas of the rule book. Don’t tender your letter of resignation just yet, Deano. Big Mood READ MORE FROM THE WORLD OF DREAM TEAM: Is Man City’s Fernandinho replacement already at the club? Serge Gnabry and Wojciech Szczęsny expose Arsenal’s terrible transfer tendencies Watching Thiago Alcantara for 90 minutes is one of football’s purest joys View this post on Instagram Unconfirmed reports from Chelsea that Sarri smoked 900 cigarettes during half-time 🚬 A post shared by Dream Team (@dreamteamfc) on Feb 21, 2019 at 1:11pm PST
22 Feb 19
The Deck Translations

Kyle: Not edited. The next day. I immediately took the van to the place the ruin was. The location was a region at the far South side of New Alaska. It’s a pillar shaped joint that’s touching the ocean and it has been confirmed with the Mystic Dungeon that the ruin is between that boulder. […]

22 Feb 19
kyle chaplin

in today’s lesson we will be researching secondary audio sources for music and sound effects for our 2D games. secondary sources can be extremely useful when in the form of audio as it can be somewhat difficult to acquire and having a large variety from several areas is very useful. an issue with secondary audio […]

22 Feb 19
The Reporter
CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Drew Barrymore, 44; Thomas Jane, 50; Jeri Ryan, 51; Kyle MacLachlan, 60. Happy Birthday: Search for opportunities. Put energy and enthusiasm into whatever you do. Turn this into an eventful year because of the actions you take. If something is worth going after, do so wholeheartedly. Don’t end up having regrets because you didn’t follow through. Life is for living, not sitting back and letting it pass you by. Look, see and do. Your numbers are 9, 15, 22, 27, 30, 34, 42. ARIES (March 21-April 19): A change may be your desire, but don’t leap before you look. Get the lowdown, find out the facts and ward off making a mistake that will take a long time to reverse. Trust in yourself and what you know, not hearsay. 3 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Take on a challenge. Your energy and capacity to finish what you start will be hard to beat. Change can be achieved that will make a difference to you and those you help. Romance will improve your personal life. 3 stars GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Keep moving forward, and concentrate on what you can achieve. Refuse to let someone distract you or lead you astray. An emotional situation handled with care will help you avoid a costly mistake. Act with love and compassion, regardless of what others do. 5 stars CANCER (June 21-July 22): Visit someone you don’t get to see very often, or reconnect with someone you miss. Share your thoughts and plans to see who is up for an adventure. It’s time to try something new and to revive your dreams. 2 stars LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): You may feel you need a change, but before you begin, set a budget. Now is not the time to be excessive or to let others take advantage of your generosity. Don’t buy into someone’s fast-cash scheme. 4 stars VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Don’t let a partner cost you. Surround yourself with people who can pay their own way and contribute to what you are trying to make happen. Put more energy into accomplishing your goals and bringing about positive change. 3 stars LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): An emotional change will surface. Don’t let anyone interfere with what you feel is the best move you can make. Protect what’s yours, and take care of personal documents before it’s too late. Focus on health, happiness and peace of mind. 3 stars SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Go places that will inspire you. Collaborate with people you find creative and forward-thinking. Expand your mind, take care of your body and follow your intuition when dealing with money matters. Romance will improve your personal life. 3 stars SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Listen carefully, then make up your own mind. A problem with someone close should not be left up to you to straighten out. Offer suggestions, but don’t offer to pay for someone else’s mistake. Evaluate some of your connections. 4 stars CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Think about what you do. Refuse to let emotions override what you know in your heart is the right thing to do. Focus on making positive lifestyle changes that will ease stress and put an end to unfavorable situations. 2 stars AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Someone you least expect will make an innocent comment that will spark your interest and prompt you to make a personal change. An opportunity is good only if you take advantage of it. Step up and do your own thing. 5 stars [dfm_iframe src=”https://apps.mercurynews.com/newsletters-signup/?campaign=coffeebreak” width=”100%” height=”220px” allowfullscreen=”yes” scrolling=”yes” /]   PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Keep the personal changes you want to make a secret. If you are too open regarding your plans, you will face interference. Emotional matters will surface if you don’t stick to the truth or you share personal information. 2 stars Birthday Baby: You are playful, inspiring and unique. You are flexible and big-hearted. To submit astrological questions to the “Dear Eugenia” column, visit Eugenialast.com, or join Eugenia on Twitter/Facebook/LinkedIn.
22 Feb 19
East Bay Times
CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Drew Barrymore, 44; Thomas Jane, 50; Jeri Ryan, 51; Kyle MacLachlan, 60. Happy Birthday: Search for opportunities. Put energy and enthusiasm into whatever you do. Turn this into an eventful year because of the actions you take. If something is worth going after, do so wholeheartedly. Don’t end up having regrets because you didn’t follow through. Life is for living, not sitting back and letting it pass you by. Look, see and do. Your numbers are 9, 15, 22, 27, 30, 34, 42. ARIES (March 21-April 19): A change may be your desire, but don’t leap before you look. Get the lowdown, find out the facts and ward off making a mistake that will take a long time to reverse. Trust in yourself and what you know, not hearsay. 3 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Take on a challenge. Your energy and capacity to finish what you start will be hard to beat. Change can be achieved that will make a difference to you and those you help. Romance will improve your personal life. 3 stars GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Keep moving forward, and concentrate on what you can achieve. Refuse to let someone distract you or lead you astray. An emotional situation handled with care will help you avoid a costly mistake. Act with love and compassion, regardless of what others do. 5 stars CANCER (June 21-July 22): Visit someone you don’t get to see very often, or reconnect with someone you miss. Share your thoughts and plans to see who is up for an adventure. It’s time to try something new and to revive your dreams. 2 stars LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): You may feel you need a change, but before you begin, set a budget. Now is not the time to be excessive or to let others take advantage of your generosity. Don’t buy into someone’s fast-cash scheme. 4 stars VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Don’t let a partner cost you. Surround yourself with people who can pay their own way and contribute to what you are trying to make happen. Put more energy into accomplishing your goals and bringing about positive change. 3 stars LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): An emotional change will surface. Don’t let anyone interfere with what you feel is the best move you can make. Protect what’s yours, and take care of personal documents before it’s too late. Focus on health, happiness and peace of mind. 3 stars SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Go places that will inspire you. Collaborate with people you find creative and forward-thinking. Expand your mind, take care of your body and follow your intuition when dealing with money matters. Romance will improve your personal life. 3 stars SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Listen carefully, then make up your own mind. A problem with someone close should not be left up to you to straighten out. Offer suggestions, but don’t offer to pay for someone else’s mistake. Evaluate some of your connections. 4 stars CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Think about what you do. Refuse to let emotions override what you know in your heart is the right thing to do. Focus on making positive lifestyle changes that will ease stress and put an end to unfavorable situations. 2 stars AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Someone you least expect will make an innocent comment that will spark your interest and prompt you to make a personal change. An opportunity is good only if you take advantage of it. Step up and do your own thing. 5 stars [dfm_iframe src=”https://apps.mercurynews.com/newsletters-signup/?campaign=coffeebreak” width=”100%” height=”220px” allowfullscreen=”yes” scrolling=”yes” /]   PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Keep the personal changes you want to make a secret. If you are too open regarding your plans, you will face interference. Emotional matters will surface if you don’t stick to the truth or you share personal information. 2 stars Birthday Baby: You are playful, inspiring and unique. You are flexible and big-hearted. To submit astrological questions to the “Dear Eugenia” column, visit Eugenialast.com, or join Eugenia on Twitter/Facebook/LinkedIn.
22 Feb 19
East Bay Times
TV picks for Friday, Feb. 22 WATCH THIS: “Last Man Standing” (8 p.m., Fox): Vanessa “helps” Mandy and Kyle look for their first apartment. Meanwhile, Mike is thrilled when Ryan’s good business decisions have him unknowingly embracing capitalism. “The Blacklist” (8 p.m., NBC): When Liz and Jennifer (guest star Fiona Dourif) search for a woman who may know a secret about Red’s past, they find themselves in the cross-hairs of a ruthless smuggler, forcing Liz to ask an unexpected source for help. Meanwhile, Red mediates between two rival gangs in prison. Coy Stewart and Lusia Strus also guest star. “Hawaii Five-0” (9 p.m., CBS): When the top salesperson for a beauty company/pyramid scheme is murdered, Five-0 sifts through a long list of possible suspects who would want her dead. Also, Adam befriends a homeless man estranged from his family. “Proven Innocent” (9 p.m., Fox): The Injustice Defense Group opens a case with Tamara Folsom (guest star Tyla Abercrumbie), a rape victim convicted unjustly of murder. In addition to Tamara’s case, Madeline comes to Levi’s defense after he lands himself in hot water, but she uncovers a secret about his past that makes her question him. Meanwhile, Easy struggles to balance his work and family life. “20/20” (9 p.m., ABC): Jason Dalton, a former Uber driver, terrorized the city of Kalamazoo, Michigan for eight horrific hours on February 20, 2016, killing six people and seriously injuring two others. Now, on the heels of Dalton’s being sentenced to life in prison without parole, “20/20” presents a two-hour documentary on his crime spree and puzzling explanation to police, featuring interviews with surviving victims, relatives of victims, law enforcement and others who crossed paths with him on that tragic day. “American Masters – Charley Pride: I’m Just Me” (9 p.m., PBS): This new documentary traces the improbable journey of Charley Pride, from his humble beginnings as a sharecropper’s son on a cotton farm in segregated Sledge, Mississippi, to his career as a Negro American League baseball player and his meteoric rise as a pioneering country music superstar. Along with exclusive new interviews with Pride himself, the film incorporates original interviews with country music royalty, including Garth Brooks, Dolly Parton, Brad Paisley, Darius Rucker and Marty Stuart, as well as on-camera conversations between Pride and special guests such as Rozene Pride (his wife of 61 years), Willie Nelson and fellow musicians. Tanya Tucker narrates. STREAM THIS: “Paddleton” (Netflix): In this new film, an unlikely friendship between two misfit neighbors leads both on an unexpectedly emotional journey when the younger man is diagnosed with terminal cancer. Ray Romano and Mark Duplass star. Also on Friday: “MacGyver” (8 p.m., CBS) “Fresh Off the Boat” (8 p.m., ABC) “Andi Mack” (8 p.m., Disney Channel) “Washington Week” (8 p.m., PBS) “Speechless” (8:30 p.m., ABC) “The Cool Kids” (8:30 p.m., Fox) “Gold Rush” (9 p.m., Discovery) “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” (9 p.m., Food Network) “Love After Lockup” (9 p.m., We TV) “Dateline NBC” (10 p.m., NBC) “Strike Back” (10 p.m., Cinemax) “Real Time With Bill Maher” (10 p.m., HBO) “House Hunters” (10 p.m., HGTV)
22 Feb 19
Times-Herald
CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Drew Barrymore, 44; Thomas Jane, 50; Jeri Ryan, 51; Kyle MacLachlan, 60. Happy Birthday: Search for opportunities. Put energy and enthusiasm into whatever you do. Turn this into an eventful year because of the actions you take. If something is worth going after, do so wholeheartedly. Don’t end up having regrets because you didn’t follow through. Life is for living, not sitting back and letting it pass you by. Look, see and do. Your numbers are 9, 15, 22, 27, 30, 34, 42. ARIES (March 21-April 19): A change may be your desire, but don’t leap before you look. Get the lowdown, find out the facts and ward off making a mistake that will take a long time to reverse. Trust in yourself and what you know, not hearsay. 3 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Take on a challenge. Your energy and capacity to finish what you start will be hard to beat. Change can be achieved that will make a difference to you and those you help. Romance will improve your personal life. 3 stars GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Keep moving forward, and concentrate on what you can achieve. Refuse to let someone distract you or lead you astray. An emotional situation handled with care will help you avoid a costly mistake. Act with love and compassion, regardless of what others do. 5 stars CANCER (June 21-July 22): Visit someone you don’t get to see very often, or reconnect with someone you miss. Share your thoughts and plans to see who is up for an adventure. It’s time to try something new and to revive your dreams. 2 stars LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): You may feel you need a change, but before you begin, set a budget. Now is not the time to be excessive or to let others take advantage of your generosity. Don’t buy into someone’s fast-cash scheme. 4 stars VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Don’t let a partner cost you. Surround yourself with people who can pay their own way and contribute to what you are trying to make happen. Put more energy into accomplishing your goals and bringing about positive change. 3 stars LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): An emotional change will surface. Don’t let anyone interfere with what you feel is the best move you can make. Protect what’s yours, and take care of personal documents before it’s too late. Focus on health, happiness and peace of mind. 3 stars SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Go places that will inspire you. Collaborate with people you find creative and forward-thinking. Expand your mind, take care of your body and follow your intuition when dealing with money matters. Romance will improve your personal life. 3 stars SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Listen carefully, then make up your own mind. A problem with someone close should not be left up to you to straighten out. Offer suggestions, but don’t offer to pay for someone else’s mistake. Evaluate some of your connections. 4 stars CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Think about what you do. Refuse to let emotions override what you know in your heart is the right thing to do. Focus on making positive lifestyle changes that will ease stress and put an end to unfavorable situations. 2 stars AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Someone you least expect will make an innocent comment that will spark your interest and prompt you to make a personal change. An opportunity is good only if you take advantage of it. Step up and do your own thing. 5 stars [dfm_iframe src=”https://apps.mercurynews.com/newsletters-signup/?campaign=coffeebreak” width=”100%” height=”220px” allowfullscreen=”yes” scrolling=”yes” /]   PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Keep the personal changes you want to make a secret. If you are too open regarding your plans, you will face interference. Emotional matters will surface if you don’t stick to the truth or you share personal information. 2 stars Birthday Baby: You are playful, inspiring and unique. You are flexible and big-hearted. To submit astrological questions to the “Dear Eugenia” column, visit Eugenialast.com, or join Eugenia on Twitter/Facebook/LinkedIn.