The Xbox Live Games with Gold for February featured a fairly average choice of free titles for Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers. Our pick of the bunch in February was Call of Cthulhu.The Xbox Games with Gold for March 2020 have now been announced and as expected they will be available from 1st March. The selection on offer is better than last month and includes something for all types of gamers. On Xbox One, subscribers can download a copy of Batman: The Enemy Within all month which is the sequel to Batman: The Telltale Series – The Complete Season which was included back in January. Then, from 16th March – 15th April Shantae: Half-Genie Hero will also be available.On Xbox 360 (and Xbox One via Backward Compatibility) players can download a copy of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 from 1st March until 29th February. The first Lords of Shadow games was included in August 2019. This will then be switched to Sonic Generations for the remainder of the month.Even if you own a physical copy of the games on offer it’s still well worth grabbing the free digital copy. You could then pass your physical copy on to a friend or trade it in as you will no longer need the disc to play.Remember that you can still add all the games to your Xbox Live account even if you don’t own both an Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Also all these games will be playable on Xbox Series X when that launches later this year.EF Games will bring you news of the Games with Gold titles for April 2020 towards the end of March. While you’re waiting for the games for March to arrive don’t forget to download copies of the remaining games for February before they disappear. Let us know what you think of the selection this month via our Twitter and Facebook pages. Remember to give us a Follow or a Like while you’re there!
In this Jan. 2, 2015, file photo, light-heavyweight mixed martial arts champion Jon Jones yells during the weigh-in for UFC 182 in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/The Las Vegas Sun, L.E. Baskow, File)ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Former UFC light heavyweight champion Jon “Bones” Jones will have to take anger management and driver improvement classes and do more community service for violating his probation from a previous hit-and-run crash.Jones appeared in court Thursday in Albuquerque, where the New York native lives and trains. He was wearing an orange jumpsuit and had his hands cuffed after having spent three days in jail.His latest legal troubles came after being stopped last week for allegedly drag racing in downtown Albuquerque, not far from his gym. He was issued five traffic citations but has denied the allegations.His attorneys reiterated during Thursday’s hearing that they would fight the latest accusations.“We believe they’re bogus,” attorney Nancy Hollander said of the citations. “We believe he was profiled, but that’s obviously for another day.”Hollander said the important thing is when the Albuquerque police officer stopped Jones last week, the fighter was sober. She said it’s significant that Jones has been sober for six months.Jones also has made 76 public appearances amounting to 125 hours of community service as part of his probation stemming from the previous case, Hollander said.The UFC reinstated the former champion in October, lifting what had been an indefinite suspension after its lawyers reviewed his plea agreement stemming from the hit-and-run crash in which a pregnant motorist was injured.UFC officials said at the time that this would be a new opportunity for Jones and that there would be significant expectations regarding his conduct moving forward. Earlier this week, officials said they were in touch with Jones’ legal team but declined to comment further.Jones is scheduled to fight Daniel Cormier at the end of April in Las Vegas for the light heavyweight title.Jones was considered the most dominant champion in MMA until his turbulent personal life knocked him out of the cage. He defended his 205-pound title eight consecutive times after winning it in March 2011 to become the youngest champion in UFC history.Jones beat the previously unbeaten Cormier by a clear unanimous decision at UFC 182 in early 2015, but his string of misbehaviors culminated in that April 2015 crash in Albuquerque.Police say officers were told by witnesses that Jones ran from a crash that hospitalized a pregnant motorist and then returned to his rental car to grab a wad of cash, leaving behind a pipe with marijuana and rental car documents in his name.Jones pleaded guilty in September to a charge of leaving the scene of an accident involving injury. He has completed one-third of the 18 months of supervised probation that were ordered.Prosecutors said during Thursday’s hearing that this marks Jones’ third chance. Just last week, he pleaded no contest and was sentenced to more community service for separate traffic violations stemming from a stop in January.After accepting the latest probation conditions, Judge Michael Martinez warned Jones: “If you come back, it won’t go well.”
The Nelson Peewee Leafs have been struggling to find consistency this season on the Minor Hockey circuit. The Leafs, starting the season off on a sour note, are looking to put it all together for the 2011 part of the season.Staff and management at Mallard’s Source For Sports would like to salute the Nelson Peewee Leafs with Team of the Week honours.The members of the team include, back row, L-R, assistant coach Jared Seminoff, assistant coach Brian Jones, Taylor Cooper, Amit Bhabra, Matthew Jones, Matthew Brind’Amour, Aigne Mcgeady-Bruce, Justin Podgorenko, Jayden Maida, Merissa Dawson, Everett Hicks and head coach Ron Podgorenko. Front, Joey Timmermans, Kaleb Comishin, Logan Mengler, Ben Woodwar, Jaden Bennett, Jacob Shukin, Bryce Twible, and Curt Doyle. Missing, assistant coach Greg Andrusak, goalie coach Ian Perreault.The Leafs are off to Spokane for a pair of league games Saturday and Sunday.
Vancouver Whitecaps FC recently announced that Reynold Stewart has been appointed as associate head coach of the Kootenays Academy in Nelson supporting current Kootenay associate Head Coaches Sam Heap and Drissa Bouare and Whitecaps Academy Centre Associate Head Coach Brett Adams. Stewart moved to the Kootenays to attend University in 2016 after a successful career on the pitch. Originally fromTsawwassen, Stewart was on the 2004 Super Y League team that made it to the North American Championships in Florida.He went on to play for the Whitecaps USL PDL team in 2012 and 2014. During that time he also joined Douglas College where he was twice named player of the year before transferring to UBC where he was named Canada West Player of the year and helped them to two national championships. Stewart has been working for over two years in the Kootenay centre under Adams in a part time role. “Reynold has achieved a lot of success in the game and he has worked hard with me over the past two years in developing as a coach,” notes Adams. “With our programs and partnership with Nelson Youth Soccer growing, this is a perfect time and opportunity to bring Reynold into a more active role, allowing us to work more closely with the community, clubs, local players, and partners.”In his new role as Associate Head Coach Stewart will support the growth of the West Kootenays Academy as well as supporting the Whitecaps technical contract with Nelson Youth Soccer Association” “I’m very excited to continue to develop my relationship with the Whitecaps, as a former player and now coach, adds Stewart. “ I look forward to the challenge and deepening our clubs relationship with the community.Whitecaps FC Academy Centres are a network of regional Whitecaps FC training hubs linked through key staff, curriculum, and standards that provide professional supplemental training for serious, motivated players. The Kootenay Academy recently sent female teams to a Prospects Tournament in Seattle, where the squads experienced impressive results.For more information on the Whitecaps FC Kootaneys academy programs visit whitecapsfc.com/academy.
Sylva– The Western Carolina Civic Orchestra will present the annual Community Christmas Concert at the Jackson County Public Library on Tuesday, December 10. The concert is free and the public is welcomed.The musical celebration will begin at 6:15 p.m. with caroling on the courthouse steps. Phil and Gayle Woody will lead all comers in singing traditional carols. They will be joined by students from the JAM Junior Appalachian Musicians program, directed by Wanda Messer.Members of the Civic Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Damon Sink, will begin the concert at 7:00 p.m. with a baroque Christmas Symphony from the 1700’s by Gaetano Maria Schiassi. Lori Richards and her flute students will perform a selection of carols.Young players will join the orchestra for Carol of the Bells and more seasonal favorites. These students of violin, viola and cello represent the teaching studios of Cathy Arps (Sylva), Kathy Hill (Franklin) and Sarah Smith (Waynesville.)The Jackson County Arts Council and the Jackson County Historical and Genealogical Societies will be hosting an open house and serving refreshments. Drop in to learn more about Jackson County arts programs, history and genealogy.The Western Carolina Civic Orchestra is supported by the Jackson County Arts Council and the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources, with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.This event is co-sponsored by the Friends of the Jackson County Public Library. For more information, please call the Jackson County Public Library in Sylva at 586-2016.
Des infrastructures de niveau mondial, comprenant un reseau de transport moderne, une energie a des prix relativement bas et des equipements de telecommunication sophistiques.Et celles-ci sont modernisees et agrandies de façon importante en preparation de la Coupe du Monde 2010 de la Fifa.Le gouvernement a identifie des projets d’infrastructures massives comme pouvant etre des vecteurs de l’amelioration du taux de croissance economique du pays et de la creation d’emplois et le pays engage des milliards de rands pour que les investissements affluent.L’approvisionnement en energieAlors que le cout de l’electricite en Afrique du Sud fait partie des plus bas du monde, la forte croissance economique, l’industrialisation rapide et le programme d’electrification de masse du pays ont conduit, des le debut 2008, a une demande depassant l’offre. Par consequent, Eskom, la societe d’energie publique, a entrepris un programme massif de modernisation et d’expansion des infrastructures electriques du pays. En savoir plusLes telecommunicationsCela ne devrait pas etre une surprise que d’apprendre que le pays qui a invente la numerotation a tonalite offre des telecommunications de rang mondial. Les telecommunications sont l’un des secteurs se developpant le plus de l’economie d’Afrique du Sud, refletant la croissance rapide de la telephonie mobile dans le pays. En savoir plusLe reseau de transportL’Afrique du Sud possede les infrastructures d’un pays entierement developpe. Les routes sont de rang mondial. Les reseaux aerien et ferre sont les plus etendus du continent. Et les ports du pays offrent une halte naturelle pour les bateaux en provenance ou a destination de l’Europe, des Ameriques, de l’Asie, de l’Asie Australe et les deux cotes de l’Afrique. En savoir plusSAinfo reporter
5 Outdoor Activities for Beating Office Burnout Tags:#Multimedia#news#NYT#web john paul titlow 12 Unique Gifts for the Hard-to-Shop-for People… Related Posts 4 Keys to a Kid-Safe App The ruling is not terribly surprising. When it first launched in March 2011, Zediva was met with some intrique, but also with nearly universal skepticism over whether what it was doing was legal. GigaOm’s NewTeeVee said that “while it’s a compelling idea, Zediva’s business model is legally questionable,” with several other media outlets expressing the same sentiment. The case should serve as a cautionary tale for startups whose business models hinge too heavily on legal loopholes, especially when they’re going up against organizations with the size and legal might of the MPPA. For their part, Zediva isn’t going down without a fight. “Zediva intends to appeal, and will keep fighting for consumers’ right to watch a DVD they’ve rented, whether that rental is at the corner store or by mail or over the Internet,” the company said in a statement. Photo courtesy of Flickr user steakpinball. Zediva, a startup with a unique approach to online movie streaming, was ordered to shut down its service by a U.S. federal judge for running afoul of copyright law. The site offers inexpensive movie streaming via a Silicon Valley-based data center that houses a number of DVD players and DVDs, which users could effectively rent and use over the Internet. Rather than physically shipping discs to consumers, Zediva would allow them to control their DVD players via their Website. It was this unusual model that, its founders believed, exempted Zediva from the usual streaming licensing rules faced by competitors like Netflix. It also enabled them to charge much lower rates for movie rentals and make those movies available sooner than other video on demand services can. U.S. District Judge John Walter did not agree with Zediva’s interpretation of U.S. copyright law, siding with the Motion Picture Association of America, who filed a copyright suit against the company only a few weeks after it launched. 9 Books That Make Perfect Gifts for Industry Ex…
Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Related Posts 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market The current cries heralding the death of desktops and the rise of the Post-PC Era ring hollow to anyone of the Video Killed the Radio Star MTV age. If history has taught us anything, it’s that devices with a common purpose seldom destroy one another. It is the changes in computing processes that kills devices.Take for example the claims that radio would kill newspapers and TV would kill radio. It didn’t happen. Why? Because each of these devices served a common purpose and although the mode changed, the process did not. Then along came the Internet to disrupt the process – in terms of dissemination and access. Sure, the Internet spawned new devices too but these were attuned to the same Internet-based process and thus it is the process and not the advent of these new devices that will kill the Big Three – newspapers, TV and radio.But, these new Internet-based devices will not kill the desktop because the desktop is based on the same process. It belongs to the Web-ilk, that is, to the Internet of Things.And so the desktop will live on in one form or another as long as the process, i.e. the Internet as we know it, does. Perhaps not this desktop, though (the Data General One):But what possible advantage can process have over utility, one might ask? To which I would say, that is the wrong question. Utility is served by process too. For example, the radio was once a fixed object in the home. Later it became portable and even found a way to roam about in cars. It wasn’t its form or its mobility that fully addressed its utility. Form and mobility merely augmented its usefulness. But its utility remained the same. This is true right up to satellite radio today. Access improved, but utility remained the same. Pam Baker has written hundreds of articles in leading technology, business and finance publications. She has also authored several analytical studies on technology, eight books and an award-winning documentary on paper-making. She is a member of the National Press Club (NPC), Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ), and the Internet Press Guild (IPG). She can be reached at [email protected] and on Twitter at @bakercom1. However, a change in process came about through the iPod and iTunes, Internet radio and MP3-capable phones. The change in the process was that music was no longer a one-way stream of sound. Now music can be selected from a variety of sources, played on demand, stored in various ways, owned or rented, commercial free or ad endowed and shuttled between devices. In other words, the listener commands the what, where and how of music enjoyment rather than passively receiving the music from a disc jockey’s predetermined playlist.With the new process comes a new utility. Once again, the new devices that are now slowly killing traditional radio are doing so because of their process and not because of their utility or newness to the scene.The same holds true with the desktop – the much maligned CPU with monitor, keyboard and mouse configuration literally sprawled on desktops everywhere. Its utility has not changed and neither has its process .The situation is similar to that of the QWERTY keyboard which is still around today because the process of data entry has remained unchanged despite the onslaught of new devices and Web advancements. In much the same way, the process behind desktop use remains static. The desktop provides the muscle needed to handle large amounts of local data in the current computing process model. It is superior to all other Internet-based devices in offline data retrieval and use. There will always be people who want to keep their information on a CPU and out of reach of Dropbox- and Wikileak-style fiascos and warrantless government searches.There will always be nerds and geeks who want to code in private and thus want CPUs that can work offline. They will keep machines at the ready to test everything from hacking tools to new software, both online and off. They will have a pile of CPUs at their feet and a spread of monitors on their desks as long as life breathes within man and machine.There will be scientists with new discoveries, governments with secrets, and corporations with profits to protect who will always guard against leaks and spies by keeping information on-premise.And this is why the desktop will never die. At least not until the the Internet as we know it dies and a new computing process takes its place.Photo @ Creative Commons by kerplunk kerplunk Tags:#Desktop Virtualization#solution-series A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… pam baker Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic…
The Green Archers and the Blue Eagles face off for the last semifinals ticket in the men’s division on Friday.Meanwhile, UP turned back Adamson, 4-1, to proceed to the Finals after a six-tie sweep of the eliminations.La Salle bagged the second-seed, which comes with a twice-to-beat incentive, after pulling off a 4-1 win over NU, while Ateneo silenced UST, 5-0.The Lady Eagles and the Lady Bulldogs clash in the first of the step-ladder semifinals on Sunday.ADVERTISEMENT Alvin Morada, Keeyan Gabuelo, and Alem Palmares hoisted NU’s flag in the singles category, while tandems of Morada and Palmares, as well as Christian Cuyno and Mike Minuluan as the Jhocson-based crew went unbeaten in six matches this year.The Bulldogs have now gone undefeated through 33 ties harking back to 2014, and will be waiting for its best-of-three Finals date next week.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSBoxers Pacquiao, Petecio torchbearers for SEA Games openingUP claimed the twice-to-beat advantage in the men’s stepladder semis after turning back La Salle, 4-1, behind singles’ bets JM Bernardo and CK Clemente and doubles’ squads Betong Pineda and Paul Gonzales to rack up a 5-1 record.University of Santo Tomas forced a three-way tie for third place with a dominant 5-0 victory againstAteneo, and has moved up to third place thanks to the quotient system. Jordan delivers on promise: 2 Cobra choppers now in PH Hotel says PH coach apologized for ‘kikiam for breakfast’ claim ‘A complete lie:’ Drilon refutes ‘blabbermouth’ Salo’s claims LATEST STORIES Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ No more menthol cigarettes: New ban on tobacco, vape flavors Brownlee admits Ginebra got outplayed in Game 2, vows next game will be different Winter storm threatens to scramble Thanksgiving travel plans View comments Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Trump to designate Mexican drug cartels as terrorist groups Defending champions National University and University of the Philippines continued to tear the house down in their respective divisions to earn outright Finals berths in the UAAP Season 80 badminton tournament Thursday at Rizal Memorial Badminton Hall.The Bulldogs continued to stay unscathed in the men’s division, dispatching their last foe University of the East, 5-0, to gain entry to the championship round.ADVERTISEMENT Argentine bishop appears at court hearing on abuse charges Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READ
TagsTransfersAbout the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say Southend chairman confirms interview for Ex-Man Utd, Celtic striker Larssonby Freddie Taylor24 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveFormer Celtic and Manchester United striker Henrik Larsson is meeting with Southend chairman Ron Martin about the club’s managerial position.Larsson was in attendance as the Blues lost 1-0 to Accrington in League One at the weekend.While there are other managers interested in the job, including Kevin Bond and caretaker Gary Waddock, Larsson is the high profile option.”We know the qualities within the manager that we are looking for but the combination of those characteristics or persons are not always available and it’s right we carry out, as we are, proper due diligence in arriving at the right choice,” Martin said to reporters.”Henrik Larsson is obviously one of the individuals that we have been interviewing but he is not the only candidate and no decision has been made as I write this statement.”I am going to Stockholm in the morning, back in the afternoon, to meet potential ‘back room staff’ but that’s it, gathering information. There are five shortlisted candidates and Gary Waddock is certainly included.”It’s sometimes difficult for the assistant to step into the shoes of the manager but in this instance Gary has had very considerable experience and he is well-placed to stamp his authority.”