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Utah Football Announces Kickoff Times For Four Games

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first_img Written by Tags: BYU/Idaho State/Northern Illinois/USC/Utah Football May 30, 2019 /Sports News – Local Utah Football Announces Kickoff Times For Four Games Brad James FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSALT LAKE CITY-Thursday, Utah football announced the kickoff times for four games this season. August 29, the Utes will visit BYU for an 8:15 pm kickoff on ESPN.September 7 at 11:00 am, the Utes host Northern Illinois for a Pac-12 Network broadcast.On September 14 at 2:15 pm, Utah hosts Idaho State for a game that will be broadcast on either the Pac-12 Networks or Pac-12 Mountain.September 20, the Utes will play at USC for a 7:00 pm kickoff on Fox Sports 1.Subsequent broadcast times and networks will be announced as the offseason progresses.last_img read more

Denmark’s ATP, PFA snap up shares in DONG Energy

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first_imgDanish pension giants ATP and PFA are to buy stakes totalling DKK3bn (€402m) between them in DONG Energy, the Danish state enterprise.ATP will invest DKK2.2bn and PFA DKK0.8bn.The deal will see the energy group issue new shares worth DKK11bn, with the remaining DKK8bn invested by two funds run by Goldman Sachs – Goldman Sachs Infrastructure Partners and Broad Street Energy Partners.DONG Energy was valued at DKK31.5bn before the capital increase. DONG Energy is Denmark’s biggest energy producer.It also operates gas-fired power stations in Norway, the Netherlands and the UK and is the European leader in offshore wind power, running offshore wind farms across Northern Europe.The agreement reduces the Danish state’s ownership interest in DONG Energy from 81% to 60%, and the total ownership interest of the existing minority shareholders – a small number of locally based energy companies – from 19% to 14%.ATP will own around 5% and PFA 2% of the total capital, with Goldman Sachs’s interest at 19%.However, this could be altered if any minority shareholders take up the offer to participate in the capital increase on equal terms with the new investors.ATP and Goldman Sachs will be represented on the board of directors.The agreement includes a commitment to seek an initial public offering (IPO) of DONG Energy when conditions are right.If an IPO has not been completed following the release of financial statements for the 2017 financial year, the new investors will have the option to sell their shares back to the Danish state on pre-agreed terms.The transaction should be concluded by the end of this year, following political approval and the consent of the Danish competition authorities.The capital increase is part of DONG Energy’s financial action plan announced in February.One of the objectives is to improve its net debt/earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) to around 2.5 by end-2014.The ratio is currently 3.5.Claus Wiinblad, head of equities at ATP, said: “The investment offers interesting and attractive prospects, with a good risk/reward profile.“We fully appreciate that, to fulfil certain projects, especially in wind power, DONG Energy needs more capital, and we have confidence in their business plan.”The shares will make up less than 1% of ATP’s investment portfolio.Wiinblad added: “We will be long-term shareholders, but, after the IPO, the investment will be managed as any other, so may be adjusted accordingly.”In June, PFA announced it had bought DONG Energy’s onshore wind-power business in partnership with energy company SE for DKK760m.last_img read more

Unbeatens meet as Eureka High football hosts Ukiah at Albee Stadium

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first_imgThe goal for Eureka High head football coach Jason White entering the 2016 season was to take advantage of schedule that saw his Loggers see much more of their home field.After a Week 1 win at Albee Stadium over their head coaches alma mater, Fort Bragg, the Loggers have things going in the right direction. Now, they look to make it 2-for-2 to open the season when Ukiah makes the trip north to Eureka.Eureka, which plays three straight and four out of its first five at home, opened the year …last_img read more

GetGlue to Debut OpenLike V2 at Disrupt

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first_imgAlex Iskold announced on the OpenLike Google group that GetGlue would introduce OpenLike V2 to the public at TechCrunch Disrupt.OpenLike V2 will allow the user to leverage Facebook Open Graph Protocol to customize which buttons will appear for different type of content, including news, movies, books and music.The flow, according to Iskold, would propagate across different sites for the same content. The user sees default buttons on each vertical. The defaults are based on XAuth – services that you use are there automatically. The user is also able to manually edit which buttons would appear for each type of content. Once edited, the choices persist across different web sites. This is done using iframe and local storage.The widget can optionally leverage Facebook Open Graph markup to determine the type of content on the page Or the publisher can specify it manually.The engineers are asking for help determining whether this is “directionally correct,” feedback and QA once it’s up and “suggestions for buttons for each vertical.” Read more on XAuth and more on Open Graph on ReadWriteWeb. The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… Related Posts Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verificationcenter_img curt hopkins Tags:#social networks#web A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Auditlast_img read more

How to Create a DIY Macro Tube That Actually Works

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first_imgThis video was first shared by Makify1 on their YouTube channel. Thanks for sharing!Have any tips for shooting macro photography? Share in the comments below. Get incredible macro photography shots with this DIY tutorial.Macro photography is a photographic term for shooting extreme close-ups. To shoot macro images or video you need to have either a macro lens or an extension tube that can help you shoot up close.With cheap macro lenses going for around $299 and an extension tube going for $150 online, it can be expensive to shoot. Instead of buying an expensive macro tube you can make your own using this very helpful technique from the Makify YouTube channel.Things You’ll Need:1-1/2-in ABS Pipe: $2.95 at LowesCamera Body Cap: $3.95 from B&HCamera Lens Back Cap: $2.99 from B&HJ-B Weld: $5.70 from AmazonYou will also need a few tools to get the job done including a table saw, drill, and work area.As the video states, anytime you use a macro extender tube you are going to have some light loss. In this particular instance you will be losing 3 stops of light. However, this number can shrink or grow depending on how long your extension tube is. If you want to know the exact number of stops you will be losing check out this awesome Macro Extension Tube Calculator from FlyBacon.It should also be noted that while this video does focus on using a Micro 4/3 camera, the same technique can be applied to other popular camera mounts.Examples of Macro PhotographyHere are a few great examples from the video that demonstrate the type of image you can create with a macro tube.last_img read more

10 days agoWest Ham midfielder Snodgrass announces international retirement

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first_imgWest Ham midfielder Snodgrass announces international retirementby Paul Vegas10 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveWest Ham midfielder Robert Snodgrass has retired from international duty with Scotland.Steve Clarke’s side are not going to qualify for Euro 2020 through the conventional route, but are set to play in a Nations League semi-final play-off in March, which could have given Snodgrass the chance to create a legacy for his country.Despite that, the West Ham man has hung up his Scotland boots at the age of 32, taking to Instagram to confirm that he would be stopping at 28 caps. He said: “Thank you for giving me the opportunity to live my childhood dream.”It’s now the right time for me to step aside, though, and retire from international duty and let the boys and younger players take my place and hopefully push the squad forward.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

Toyota to start deploying vehicletovehicle tech in 2021

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© 2018 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This Feb. 15, 2018, file photo shows the Toyota logo on the trunk of a 2018 Toyota Prius on display at the Pittsburgh Auto Show. Toyota says it will start equipping models with technology to talk to other vehicles starting in 2021, as it tries to push safety communications forward. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar, File) This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. In this Sunday, April 15, 2018, photo an unsold 2018 Prius sits on a Toyota dealer’s lot in the south Denver suburb of Englewood, Colo. Toyota says it will start equipping models with technology to talk to other vehicles starting in 2021, as it tries to push safety communications forward. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski) Toyota says it will start equipping models with technology to talk to other vehicles starting in 2021, as it tries to push safety communications forward. The company says most of its U.S. models should have the feature by the mid-2020s. Automatic braking to be standard on top-selling Nissans Explore further Vehicle-to-vehicle signals can warn others of heavy braking ahead or that another vehicle is headed into their path.Vice President of Product Planning Andrew Coetzee (Cute-ZEE) says the cars would use dedicated airwaves to send signals up to 984 feet (300 meters).Coetzee hopes other automakers will join. Others are testing it and standards have been developed so they can communicate.Toyota is leading on automatic emergency braking, making it standard on all but four models. The industry has agreed to make it standard on all models in 2022. Citation: Toyota to start deploying vehicle-to-vehicle tech in 2021 (2018, April 16) retrieved 18 July 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2018-04-toyota-deploying-vehicle-to-vehicle-tech.html read more