Wellington Police notes for Tuesday, June 11, 2013:â€¢8:41 a.m. Officers investigated domestic violence battery by a known suspect(s) in the 400 block S. C, Wellington.â€¢8:41 a.m. Officers investigated domestic violence battery and criminal restraint of a known suspect(s) in the 400 block S. C, Wellington.â€¢9:20 a.m. Non-Injury accident in the 200 block N. C, Wellington involving vehicles operated by Viola R. Patterson, 89, Wellington and Kathleen G. Long, 75, Wellington.â€¢9:30 a.m. Viola R. Patterson, 89, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with fail to yield right of way.â€¢10:03 a.m. Officers investigated a theft of a bicycle in the 800 block N. Woodlawn, Wellington.â€¢11:40 a.m. Non-Injury accident in the 500 block W. 8th, Wellington involving vehicles operated by Mary L. Whitehead, 60, South Haven, Ks and Dorothy M. McComb, 76, Wellington.â€¢11:50 a.m. Mary L. Whiteside, 60, South Haven, was issued a notice to appear charged with improper backing.â€¢12:24 p.m. Officers investigated criminal damage to property in the 1000 block Shadylane, Wellington.â€¢4:25 p.m. Officers investigated a theft in the 700 block N. B, Wellington.â€¢5:05 p.m. Cynthia M. Hofmeier, 56, Oxford was issued a notice to appear charged with failure to yield right of way.â€¢7:45 p.m. Non-injury accident in the 500 block Harvey, Wellington involving a vehicle operated by Lawrence B. Huddleston, 67, South Haven, and a legally parked vehicle owned by Scott D. Mcloughlin, Wellington.â€¢8:15 p.m. Lawrence B. Huddleston, 67, South Haven, was issued a notice to appear charged with inattentive driving and no proof of liability insurance.â€¢8:26 p.m. Kristin D. Branam, 29, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with child restraint violation.â€¢8:48 p.m. Brian S. Boor, 21, Wellington was issued a notice to appear charged with speeding 40 mph in a 30 mph zone and expired driversâ€™ license.â€¢10:32 p.m. Officers investigated a theft of a known suspect in the 2000 block E. 16th, Wellington.
The national first and second division basketball leagues begin today at the Sports Commission on Broad Street, amidst the threat of rain.Virtually youthful outfit Kardinals, (3rd division champions) will rub shoulders with Deviers in the opening game at 5:p.m. while the triple champs LPRC Oilers will meet the tough 2nd division champions, Barnersville Celtic, at 6:30pm.On Thursday, April 3, Uhuru Prince will face Du-Runners at 5:p.m. and C-Base will lock horns with S. Brothers.However, the late starting of the basketball league has raised serious concerns among basketball fans.Basketball fan Emmanuel Diggs complained about the late beginning of the league and said the league should have completed the first phase at the Sports Commission and continue with the second phase at the Samuel K. Doe’s Gym, during the raining season.“As a number one priority and due to safety playing the game in the raining season is not the best decision to take,” basketball fan, Jeremy Parker said.Meanwhile, Liberia’s basketball chief scribe Allen Goodridge, regretted the opening of the tournament in April, but said it was due to the lack of funds.The 2013 LBA League closed on Saturday, March 22 instead of between November 2013 and February 2014. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Tags:#Analysis#start#startups Designer Nicholas Felton formalized his passion for personal infographics in 2005 when he issued his first Annual Report. He tracked his time spent working, the countries he’d visited, his favorite books and even his favorite refreshment. The report was a mix of pie charts, bar graphs and lifestyle-based statistics. Today, Felton and friend Ryan Case have built a community site to help others track the day-to-day data that makes each of us individuals. Daytum offers infographics for the masses.Says Felton, “One of the appealing aspects of the Annual Reports is their tendency to make readers reflect on their own lives. After a few years of creating these reports, I realized that the methods I use to transcribe my activities have a greater appeal.”Felton credits Case with proposing the idea of taking the methodology of the Annual Report and converting it into a website. Although the site is run by just the two employees, Daytum is already on its way to receiving its 1 millionth data entry. The two have also found a way to monetize the site by introducing a $4 dollar per month Daytum Plus plan with multifaceted privacy controls and the ability to add more data sets. From tracking the daily musings of Charley the Lhasa Apso, to building CVs and building cases for donations and emergency relief – Daytum is offering users a chance to produce attractive charts in an easy-to-use interface. While sites like Dopplr or Mint offer issues-based data visualization, Daytum helps us chart the things we want to reveal about ourselves. Says Felton, “There is a lot of honesty in data, and better tools for recording and displaying information help everyone. This may be a greater knowledge of self and an accurate image of habits (good and bad), a more nuanced portrait of a person, or a macro-image of an event or issue. There is much to be gained from this transparency.” To test the service visit Daytum.com Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… dana oshiro Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market
Discover how to create 3D in Smoke from a 2D video image – a very cool effect!Autodesk Smoke and Flame pro Joel Osis is a compositing, video editing and motion design pro. This talented creative pro currently works full time as a lead compositor, and previously was a senior Flame artist.We’re lucky then, that Joel shares his Smoke and Flame knowledge in regular Vimeo posts that demonstrate advanced post production techniques. In the following Smoke video tip he demonstrates a fairly quick way to achieve a 2D to 3D parallax based conversion using Smoke’s built-in toolset.3D (or stereo or stereoscopic) video is usually created by shooting two cameras next to each other simultaneously. The simulated Smoke 3D effect that Joel demonstrates is unique in that the effect can be created with a single 2 dimensional video image (in this case, footage shot on a RED camera).Word of warning for Smoke newbies, this tutorial isn’t “intro to Smoke” level stuff…rather it’s more advanced and probably more suited for seasoned Smoke compositors/editors.See how to pull off a 3D effect in Smoke below. Thanks for sharing Joel!
Ligue 1 Neymar runs into Beckham, President Balotelli and Marvelous Memphis – Ligue 1 goes social Robin Bairner 21:00 1/22/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy (C)Getty Images Ligue 1 Olympique Lyonnais v PSG PSG Olympique Lyonnais Memphis Depay Neymar Mario Balotelli The Brazil star was took time to meet up with the England ‘legend’ but the weekend saw the PSG man upstaged by a stunner from the Lyon winger All eyes were turned towards Paris Saint-Germain’s trip to Lyon on Sunday for the blockbuster affair of a Ligue 1 week that saw every team play two games.PSG sparkled in that additional round, recording a club-record home victory as they thumped Dijon 8-0 at Parc des Princes. It seemed to set them up perfectly for Sunday’s match, though they had to do without Neymar because of thigh trouble.It was a game that was eagerly anticipated in the Rhone Valley. Lyon felt a sense of injustice that they had lost the first game between the clubs and Nabil Fekir, in particular, was eager to build the game up on his social channel. Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player The playmaker has been one of the stars of Ligue 1 this season and showcased his abilities as early as the second minute, when he bent in a terrific free kick from long range. It was, however, down to Memphis Depay to secure the points, and the former Manchester United man posted a rather fetching picture on his Instagram account afterwards to mark the moment he sent a stunning shot from range into the top corner. For the Parisians, who retain an eight-point lead at the top of the table, it was not such a happy affair. Kylian Mbappe, in particular, had a painful evening as he took a heavy head blow then had to be replaced after clashing with home goalkeeper Anthony Lopes in the first half.His exit from the game was a sharp contrast to the relaxed build up, in which he posted a picture of himself along with fellow youngster Christopher Nkunku on the team plane.Dani Alves’ evening came to a premature end, sent off for dissent towards the referee before an hour had been played.Prior to kick off, the Brazilian had used Patrice Evra’s catchphrase on his Instagram account, proclaiming: “I LOVE THIS GAME.” But just as the former Marseille man’s last action for the Stade Velodrome club was to be sent off, Alves also saw red in unexpected circumstances given his experience.So what of Neymar? After scoring four times and creating two more in the win over Dijon, he still managed to have an eventful week, crossing paths with former PSG player and style icon David Beckham.“Good to see you, legend,” he put on his Instagram account after meeting the ex-England star.Meanwhile, he showed his sensitive side by posting a picture of himself with his mother on the occasion of her birthday.“Today is the day of this warrior woman, beautiful, wonderful and a companion for life,” he said. “I wish you all the happiness in the world, thank God for having you in my life. Thanks for all that you have taught me,” he posted.Meanwhile, Mario Balotelli, one of the great characters in football today, has been in hot form for Nice, who are charging up the table towards the European spots. The Italian striker has scored 12 goals this season, including a double in a 2-2 draw against Monaco in midweek – a match they might easily have won.“Shame for the result but the team played well. Bravo les gars and let’s keep going,” he said.Nice did indeed keep going at the weekend, with a 1-0 win over Saint-Etienne, after Balotelli had looked back on one of the best faceswaps ever. “When I was the president of the US,” he laughed.After a round of midweek cup matches, Ligue 1 returns next weekend, with PSG, who will hope to have Neymar back, tacking Montpellier as Lyon go to Bordeaux and Marseille host Monaco in Sunday’s big showdown.
The Planning Institute of Jamaica (PIOJ) and its partners will be hosting the third edition of the Symposium on Best Practices in Social and Community Development on Wednesday, November 14, at the Jamaica Conference Centre.The symposium, which will last from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., will also be streamed live to the public on the Facebook pages of the partner agencies – PIOJ; Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF); Citizen Security and Justice Programme III (CSJP-III); Jamaica Public Service (JPS); National Housing Trust (NHT); Social Development Commission (SDC); USAID and FHI 360 through Local Partner Development.Themed ‘Operationalising Best Practices at the Policy, Programme and Community Levels’, the symposium will provide an opportunity for practitioners and stakeholders in social and community development and residents of the targeted communities to have discussions on successful strategies and actions for tackling critical development issues.Speaking with JIS News, Programme Director of the PIOJ’s Community Renewal Programme (CRP), Charles Clayton, said this year’s symposium will feature discussions and presentations on parenting and family; livelihoods; transformation of the physical environment; and safety and security.Minister of National Security, Hon. Dr. Horace Chang, will deliver the keynote address, followed by presentations and discussions with Minister of Education, Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid; anthropologist at the University of the West Indies, Dr. Herbert Gayle; CEO of the National Parenting Support Commission (NPSC), Kaysia Kerr; Psychological Services Coordinator at CSJP III, Dr. Melva Spence; representatives from the Clarendon Municipal Corporation, the CEO, Rowhan Blake, and the Local Economic Development Officer, Damion Young; and Researcher in Alternative Energy at the Caribbean Maritime University, Herman Shim.Mr. Clayton pointed out that the symposium will see coordination and collaboration among development specialists and other practitioners, who will share their perspective on what works best.“If you learn only from yourself, then you would not have learnt much… . It works well to hear what others are doing, as this allows you to open up your mind and broaden your perspective and become even more creative,” the Programme Director said.He encouraged all Jamaicans, particularly community groups, youth clubs, charities, churches, policymakers and other key stakeholders to “participate in the symposium”.“Find out how you can get involved and how you can help in the community development process to make Jamaica the place of choice to live, work, raise families and do business,” Mr. Clayton said.The public may utilise the social media platforms of the various partners to share their views, send questions and keep up to date on all the development projects and initiatives being undertaken. Story Highlights The symposium, which will last from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., will also be streamed live to the public on the Facebook pages of the partner agencies – PIOJ; Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF); Citizen Security and Justice Programme III (CSJP-III); Jamaica Public Service (JPS); National Housing Trust (NHT); Social Development Commission (SDC); USAID and FHI 360 through Local Partner Development. The public may utilise the social media platforms of the various partners to share their views, send questions and keep up to date on all the development projects and initiatives being undertaken. Mr. Clayton pointed out that the symposium will see coordination and collaboration among development specialists and other practitioners, who will share their perspective on what works best.