Lucy

18 Jul 19
PEEPBIO

BIODATA DIRI Nama Lengkap : Lucy Hale Tempat tanggal lahir : Juni 14 1989 , Memphis , Tennessee , United States Kebangsaan : Amerika Umur : 30 Tahun Zodiak : Gemini Terkenal sebagai : Aktris Tinggi badan : 157 Cm Lucy Hale adalah salah satu aktris dan penyanyi Amerika paling menjanjikan saat ini. Dia memiliki […]

18 Jul 19
DrMum

Most museums (in Europe) are closed on Mondays. Luckily the Danish National Museum was open. This time I took everyone through Valby – and a couple of kilometers the wrong way. At some point there were less houses and more industry. When I checked my map, I realized I had turned right where I should […]

18 Jul 19
Fortune
Good morning. Two years ago, [hotlink]Qualcomm[/hotlink] CEO Steve Mollenkopf came to Brainstorm Tech in Aspen in the midst of a bruising IP battle with [hotlink]Apple[/hotlink], and confidently predicted it would be settled. It finally was, in April, causing the company’s stock to soar. Yesterday, Mollenkopf was back, and discussing another challenge—a ruling that the company’s licensing practices violate antitrust laws. Again, he was confident. And adding to his confidence was a Department of Justice filing this week that sided with Qualcomm and cited the need to protect the company’s business model for national security reasons. (Qualcomm is critical to “the race for 5G.”). “We think we will prevail,” Mollenkopf said. Asked whether the legal and regulatory battles distract from the company’s core business, he replied: “It’s a distraction to about ten of us. But the people who are really focused on technology are still focused on it, because they love it.” That’s not counting, of course, the armies of lawyers who are making their living off of these cases. Mollenkopf’s broader point was that “5G is coming,” and that will be a boon to his business. He predicted most people in the audience will have 5G phones by this time next year, with Qualcomm technology in them. Moreover, the company is expecting to see growth in its non-cell-phone businesses as companies reinvent their business models, putting mobile chips in everything to collect and process data. As [hotlink]Intel[/hotlink] CEO Bob Swan put it on Tuesday: “Everything is going to be a computer.” Or a smartphone. After his interview, I asked Mollenkopf whether the regulatory battles were changing the way his business operates. He said the main change is that the company is spending more time documenting its licensing negotiations and practices so it can show that “we don’t do a lot of the things we are being accused of.” An interesting legal footnote: the antitrust case that Judge Lucy Koh based her ruling against Qualcomm on involved a fight between two ski resorts here in Aspen. More coverage of the last day of Brainstorm Tech here. Alan Murray alan.murray@fortune.com @alansmurray  
18 Jul 19
Kiribati2019

Tuesday gave us the opportunity to visit the OLSH Mother House Archives and meet (Australian) Sr Eileen who has lived in Kiribati for 65 years.  Then on to Betio where the bodies of 32 US marines who lost their lives in the WW 2 Battle of Tarawa were exhumed and being transported by US Air […]

18 Jul 19
The Inquiring Mind

Wikipedia Wycliffe is a British television series, based on W. J. Burley‘s novels about Detective Superintendent Charles Wycliffe. It was produced by HTV and broadcast on the ITV Network, following a pilot episode on 7 August 1993, between 24 July 1994 and 5 July 1998. The series was filmed in Cornwall, with a production office […]

18 Jul 19
Remembrance NI

A nurse from Strabane, an airborne RUR, and six others are remembered today

18 Jul 19
Potty Parenting

We started the day with oatmeal, granola, muffins, and yogurt (the latter two were leftover from the first hotel). We reused the microwaveable mac ‘n cheese containers from the night before. First stop- Hill Cumorah Visitor Center. Inside was information about the First Vision where Joseph Smith saw Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ. The Hill […]

18 Jul 19
Metro
[metro-video id=”1968006″ video=”https://videos.metro.co.uk/video/met/2019/07/18/776308560292364353/960x540_MP4_776308560292364353.mp4” image=”https://i.dailymail.co.uk/1s/2019/07/18/10/16201406-0-image-a-25_1563441316061.jpg“] Mr Robot’s final season is nearly upon us – and it looks like the law is catching up with Elliot Alderson and his team. After three seasons of hacking into the world’s most elaborate computers and businesses (with a few FBI moles infiltrating them along the way), the characteristically blank Elliot is seen being grilled by an unknown woman in the first look teaser trailer. Talk about ominous. As Elliot (played by Rami Malek) stares into the void or down at the coffee in front of him, the woman asks him questions about what his work has cost. ‘I wonder how many people you’ve had to hurt to get what you want,’ she says to him. ‘How many has it been, Elliot? How many people had to suffer because of you? Was it worth it?’ Guess we’ll find out if it is soon enough. Elliot is grilled about the people he’s hurt in the brief clip (Picture: USA Network) The teaser comes as showrunner Sam Esmail promised the series would end in the ‘style of a long Christmas special’, after being inspired by British TV. ‘Typically how [British shows] wrap up series, like the British [version of The] Office, you tend to do a Christmas special,’ he told fans at a Tribeca film festival panel on the show. ‘So the final season of Mr. Robot is one very long Christmas special that will last about a week over Christmas of 2015.’ Ahead of the finale, leading man Rami Malek – who is now working on the new James Bond series – said that he was more than happy with how the show was bowing out. [metro-tag-post-strip] He told ET: ‘My mouth was agape after he told me how the season ended. So, it’s going to be a very, very, climatic ending to what I think has been four great seasons of television.’ ‘It’s just been an honour to work with Christian and Sam, and play this character,’ he added. ‘I’m going to miss Elliot quite a bit.’ Mr Robot returns later this year on Amazon Prime Video in the UK. [metro-fact-box id=”7022752″ title=”Got a story?” colour=”grey” icon=”exclamation” size=”full” /] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/07/03/bond-25s-rami-malek-says-bohemian-rhapsody-girlfriend-lucy-boynton-keeps-grounded-10107907/” title=”Bond 25’s Rami Malek says Bohemian Rhapsody girlfriend Lucy Boynton keeps him ‘grounded’”] [metro-link url=”https://metro.co.uk/2019/07/03/rami-malek-hesitant-take-james-bond-villain-fears-religious-terrorist-10106253/” title=”Rami Malek hesitant to take on James Bond villain over fears he’d be ‘religious terrorist’”]
18 Jul 19
Over The Rainbow Book Blog

Book Synopsis: Japan, 1957. Seventeen-year-old Naoko Nakamura’s prearranged marriage secures her family’s status in their traditional Japanese community. However, Naoko has fallen for an American sailor and to marry him would bring great shame upon her entire family. When it’s learned Naoko carries the sailor’s child, she’s cast out in disgrace and forced to make […]

18 Jul 19
Texas History Notebook

Dolph Briscoe, Jr. was the 41st governor of Texas.  He was born April 23, 1923 in Uvalde County, Texas to Leigh Adolphus (Dolph) and Georgia M. Garvey Briscoe.  His grandparents were Leigh Adolphus (the first of his Briscoe ancestors to be born in Texas) and Lucy A. Briscoe.  Going further back on the Briscoe side, […]

18 Jul 19
Noticias Ultimas

Nos encantan estos productos, y esperamos que usted también lo haga. ¡MI! tiene relaciones de afiliación, por lo que podemos obtener una pequeña parte de los ingresos de sus compras. Los artículos son vendidos por el minorista, no E !. Si hubiera un hombre en el que confiésemos con nuestras trenzas, sería el peluquero famoso. […]

18 Jul 19
Nouvelles Du Monde

Nous aimons ces produits et espérons que vous aussi. E! a des relations d’affiliation, nous pouvons donc avoir une petite part des revenus de vos achats. Les articles sont vendus par le détaillant, pas par E !. S'il y avait un homme en qui nous avions confiance, ce serait un coiffeur de célébrités Ted Gibson. […]

18 Jul 19
Russia News Now

As I was growing up in the suburban San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles during the 1960s and 1970s, organized crime seemed like a very distant thing, confined to the densely-populated cities of the East Coast or to America’s past, much like the corrupt political machines with which it was usually associated. All these personal […]