Nokia à l’assault du marché américain de smartphonesNokia met en œuvre une nouvelle stratégie pour convaincre les acheteurs américains : équiper de smartphones Lumia 900 certains revendeurs… Le constructeur finlandais Nokia se donne les moyens de séduire le marché américain grâce à sa gamme de smartphones Lumia équipés du système d’exploitation Windows Phone. Une importante campagne de communication est dédiée à ces terminaux pour permettre au fabricant de s’imposer sur le marché américain.Selon WPCentral, Nokia serait sur le point de débourser 25 millions de dollars dans le but de convaincre l’opérateur américain AT&T d’équiper ses salariés de smartphones Lumia 900 gratuitement. Ainsi, les clients qui se rendront dans les boutiques de l’opérateur pourront être tentés par ce smartphone et demander des renseignements à son sujet et même observer l’environnement Windows Phone pour ceux qui ne le connaissent pas.En équipant en masse les boutiques d’AT&T, Nokia espère donc convaincre les clients les plus hésitants, novices et autres… Un plan qui fait suite à l’initiative de Nokia et Microsoft d’inciter financièrement les revendeurs qui recevraient entre 10 et 15 dollars par terminal vendu. Les détaillants sont par ailleurs formés à recommander Windows Phone. Le 26 mars 2012 à 13:30 • Maxime Lambert
SPOKANE — Voters in Spokane will decide in November whether the city should fine railroad operators for certain coal and crude oil rail shipments through its downtown core, the latest community attempting to assert its local authority in the fight over fossil fuels.The Spokane City Council voted Monday night to put the initiative to voters rather than passing it, after petition backers gathered enough signatures.The ballot measure, if approved, would make rail shipments of uncovered coal or untreated crude oil a civil infraction, punishable by a fine of up to $261 per rail car, The Spokesman-Review reported. It would also restrict such shipments within 2,000 feet of schools, hospitals and the Spokane River.Opponents warn of costly, legal challenges. If approved, it is certain to face a steep uphill legal fight, since the federal government regulates railroad operations and safety. The city’s hearing examiner last fall concluded that “the proposed initiative is not enforceable because it is preempted by federal law.”Supporters say the city must act to ensure public safety and prevent environmental damage. They say a fiery derailment downtown that could cost millions of dollars in damage and put citizens’ lives in danger. They also insist the measure won’t conflict with federal laws.“I think, legally, it is defensible,” said City Councilman Breean Beggs, who provided much of the language for the petition. He believes local governments can regulate rail safety when there’s a localized threat and federal agencies have been silent on the issue.
Why: The Puffin Cafe has been in business since 2002. The restaurant is on the water by the boat launch in Washougal and operates year-round. Menu options are named with a tropical theme and offer mainly tacos, burgers, salads and sandwiches.Atmosphere: The restaurant resembles a house on the water decked out in an ocean theme. The main dining room has a big ship wheel incorporated into the space alongside a free-standing fireplace. Windows are similar to what one might find on an old flagship and the walls are painted in bright, cheerful, tropical colors. Walls are decorated with all manner of ocean-related items. Seating consists of tables topped with pennies under a gloss finish and basic, comfortable chairs.What I tried: My dining companion and I tried the fish tacos, jerk chicken tacos, and garlic pork tacos. All of the tacos came with a portion of fried okra and a homemade salsa to add to the tacos. We also sampled the tortilla chips with mango salsa and to drink, I had the Caribbean Cooler made with spiced and coconut rums, blue Curacao, creme de banana and pineapple juice, and my dining companion had the Suffering Bastard made with spiced rum, gin, vodka, tequila, blue Curacao, blackberry liqueur, sweet & sour and orange juice. We finished our meal with the key lime pie.Of the tacos, we enjoyed the fish tacos the most, followed by the jerk chicken and then the garlic pork. The fish tacos contained halibut, battered and fried, and pepper jack cheese, lettuce and a house garlic-lime cream sauce. A sweet and tangy housemade blackberry salsa was served alongside. The jerk chicken tacos were quite spicy and generously filled with shredded meat. These were served with a pineapple coconut salsa which complemented the spicy meat in the tacos. The shredded garlic pork tacos were also generously filled with meat, which had a subtle garlic presence. They were accompanied by a black bean salsa.Fried okra was exactly as I remember it from the last time I tried it.The mango salsa served with the tortilla chips contained large chopped ingredients not well-suited for dipping and the level of spice somewhat eclipsed the sweet of the mango. The key lime pie was a 50/50 experience — the filling tasted authentic but the crust did not have that classic graham cracker flavor.
One person was killed and two injured in and after a stabbing at a Four Corners house early Saturday. The Clark County Sheriff’s Office reported that deputies were called at about 4 a.m. to a report of a disturbance with a weapon at 8707 N.E. 89th Ave., in the Sunnyside neighborhood northeast of Padden Parkway and Interstate 205.When deputies arrived, they confronted a man outside the house. Police said he is a suspect in the stabbings. He ran inside, deputies pursued and a prolonged fight ensued, according to a CCSO press release.Inside the house, deputies found a second man and a woman, both with stab wounds. Authorities said the woman was pronounced dead at the scene, but both men were taken to a local hospital. Their conditions were not reported. The names and ages of the three people were not released, but Sgt. Duncan Hoss said that everyone involved is an adult. As of Saturday evening, the agency had not announced an arrest in the case.One unnamed deputy was injured in the incident and was treated and released from a local hospital. Hoss said that no guns were fired, but would not say if deputies deployed their Tasers.Detectives stayed on scene throughout the day Saturday, working to determine what happened during the pre-dawn altercation. The front window of the two-story house was broken out, as was the back window of an SUV parked in the driveway. Part of the residential street was blocked off to traffic while detectives collected evidence.
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Stay on target Mattel Unveils Fashionable ‘Star Wars’ x Barbie Dolls‘Star Wars: Resistance’ Finale Sets Up ‘The Rise of Sk… Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. In 15 days, everyone’s favorite stuck-up, half-witted, scruffy-looking nerf herder returns to cinemas in Solo: A Star Wars Story.The long-awaited offshoot of George Lucas’s famed franchise has been teased all month through a series of official previews and featurettes, each more thrilling than the next.But none hold a candle to 19-year-old Huxley Berg’s trailer—which perfectly re-enacts the action with LEGO.Obviously someone with immense amounts of time and expendable funds, the Orange County-based filmmaker has been replicating scenes from Marvel, DC, and other popular movies for four years.The life-long film buff was inspired by The Lego Movie, “and just started to crank out trailers,” Berg told Geek.com in an email. “The LEGO community is a genuine pleasure to be a part of, everyone has always been so supportive … for my whole career.”A quick scroll through his YouTube library highlights the technological progress, moving from bedroom-floor shoots to computer animation, each painstakingly edited to match Baby Driver, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, IT, Maze Runner: The Death Cure, Jurassic World, and even Kendall Jenner’s Pepsi ad.An average trailer takes up to a month to complete. Solo, like its titular character, was a no-nonsense job that Berg finished in two weeks.His latest Star Wars venture (published a day after May the Fourth), the producer stunningly emulates the Solo: A Star Wars Story “risk” TV spot, layering original dialogue with home-grown LEGO animation to match. I know it’s just a bunch of plastic figures that look a lot like Alden Ehrenreich, Donald Glover, Woody Harrelson, and Emilia Clarke. But there’s something so charming about the characters’ changing facial expressions, moving hair pieces, and gun-throwing skills.Who shot first? (via Huxley Berg Studios)Of course, LEGO is no stranger to the big screen: Phil Lord and Christopher Miller (original directors of Solo, before Ron Howard took over) launched an entire franchise based on the construction toys.In 2014, The Lego Movie wowed audiences (because everything is awesome), and last year’s spin-off The Lego Batman Movie left viewers pining for more. (If you just ignore The Lego Ninjago Movie, the series is a bonafide hit!)A sequel and third spin-off, The Billion Brick Race, are scheduled for release in 2019.In the meantime, quench your LEGO-movie-trailer thirst with Berg’s latest uploads—including Avengers: Infinity War, Deadpool 2, and “Chewbacca Eating a Porg.”“I am also in the beginning stages of recreating [the] Deadpool movie entirely in LEGO,” he added, plugging a Kickstarter campaign for the “first-ever frame-by-frame LEGO stop-motion recreation of a feature film.”
Stay on target Season seven of Once Upon a Time is a weird thing. During the panel at New York Comic Con, show creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis, and actress Lana Parilla called it a “preboot,” meaning half-pilot, half-reboot. It’s a strange word, but after seeing the first episode of season seven, there really isn’t a better way to describe it. The premiere, screened during the panel just a few hours before it aired last night, feels almost like a brand new show. Almost. It’s certainly a reset for the show, but it’s hard to imagine anyone new jumping on here. So many of the show’s big moments rely heavily on you having seen the six seasons that came before. Of course, if you’re tuning into a show’s seventh season on a Friday night, chances are you’re a pretty big fan of it. Even if it’s starting over to some degree.The premiere fills in some of the gaps between most of last season’s finale and its final scene. We see Henry (played by Jared Gilmore for one scene) decide he has to leave Storybrooke and find his own story. Since he wrapped up the last one, he discovered that there are multiple versions of each fairy tale, one for every country. He takes off to another fairy tale land to meet them. On a motorcycle. I know he’s grown up a lot since season one, but watching this kid try to look cool on a motorcycle is freaking hilarious. After a quick cut, somehow the adult Henry Mills (now played by Andrew West) is a… Swyft… driver in Seattle. He’s also an author who wrote one book (basically the plot of the last six seasons) and can’t seem to get his second one started. Man, that’s a depressingly accurate picture of the life of an artist in Seattle right now.Andrew J. West, Alison Fernandez (Photo by Jack Rowand/ABC)The show reiterates the final moments of last season’s finale, where a young girl shows up at his door claiming to be his daughter, and the cycle begins anew. One episode in to the new season, there are already some interesting twists on the familiar formula. That’s going to be most of the fun of this season. Once Upon a Time spent six years building up our expectations, and now it has a fantastic opportunity to turn them back around on us. As far as that goes, the premiere does a decent job. The new Cinderella Henry meets in the new Enchanted Forest wants to kill the prince rather than marry him. She backs off at the last minute, only for her stepmother to finish the job and blame her. Henry helps Cinderella escape, and the sword fight that follows is actually pretty great. The action and twists on the familiar on display in this scene alone give me hope for this whole “preboot” idea.Somehow (I’m sure we’ll find out in the season to come), Henry and Cinderella get married, have a daughter, and then get cursed. How many times has this happened to Henry’s family now? Cinderella is now a single mother working at a fried chicken place in Seattle. Her stepmother is the head of a large company in a fake neighborhood of Seattle. She’s buying up all the old staples of the community and rapidly gentrifying the neighborhood to force all the fairy tale people out. The Seattle geography may be all over the place, but that’s surprisingly accurate. Is Cinderella’s stepmother secretly Jeff Bezos?Lana Parilla (Photo by Jack Rowand/ABC)The coolest part of all this is the new roles for the returning cast. Under the new curse, Regina is no longer a queen. She runs a bar called Roni’s that’s about to be sold to Victoria Belfry, Cinderella’s evil stepmother. She gets to play the underdog hero this time, and it’s a lot of fun to watch. Especially when she stands up to Belfry, deciding that she doesn’t want to sell the bar after all. (“Roni’s pretty badass,” said Parilla at the panel.) The absolute best though, the transformation that got the biggest cheer during the panel screening, was Hook. He’s a cop now. Even better, by the end of the episode, he gets promoted to detective and assigned a partner: Rumplestiltskin. He’s an SPD detective, and kind of a dirty one, from the look of things. If the rest of the season is a buddy cop movie starring Hook and Rumple, that’ll be just fine with me.The new twists to the formula are a lot of fun, and might be able to make this whole thing work. At the very least, it doesn’t feel like they’re retreading old ground. That’s a pretty big accomplishment, considering these characters have yet again suffered a memory curse. The harder-edged Alice is also a fun idea, and probably the one good thing to come out of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. I’m still not convinced by the setting. As much fun as I find it to nitpick the fictional geography of my hometown, a fake neighborhood inserted into a major city just doesn’t feel as magical. A small town in Maine is remote enough that even without a magic barrier, you could believe that the characters were trapped there. When Henry can’t seem to escape a neighborhood, the stakes don’t feel as high. Oh no, he’s trapped a few blocks away from his apartment. After the first episode, I’m not ready to wash my hands of the series, nor am I about to proclaim that Once Upon a Time is the best it’s ever been. I’m interested. I’m curious to see where they go from here, and what they’ve set up could be a lot of fun. It’s a completely different version of the story we know. That’s cool enough to get us through a few episodes at least.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Hands-On: Monster Energy Supercross is More Exciting Than Soft DrinksCosplay Gallery: New York Comic Con 2017, Part 2
In June we learned about a modification to the classic game of Tic-tac-toe that turned it from a game that experienced players would always end in a draw, to a genuinely challenging new game. But back then it was a game you could only play on paper, now it has become a fully-fledged app.Called Ultimate Tic-Tac-Toe, the iOS game has been developed by Wojciech Siudzinski and is available to purchase on the App Store for $1.99. It fully incorporates the ideas detailed in the original Ultimate game modifications and embeds a Tic-tac-toe board within each of the nine squares from the classic 2-player game.The rule changes also means your X or O placement is governed by where your opponent put his or her last mark. So if they put an X or O in the bottom left corner of a game board, your next move must occur in the bottom left board. This changes the gameplay significantly as you have to win the smaller boards in order to win the overall game. That means tactically managing the placement of marks across nine boards at the same time.Here’s a video of the Ultimate Tic-Tac-Toe app in action:I’d suggest trying out Ultimate Tic-tac-toe on paper with a friend before opting to spend $2 on an app. If you enjoy it, then the investment may be worth it if for no other reason than to save on paper and having to draw out the boards every time you want to play. The current version only supports 2 players via Game Center or locally, but an AI opponent is promised for v1.1.
eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Cher has discussed her lovelife in a new interview, admitting she doesn’t have a boyfriend ‘this week’. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… GAYSTARNEWS- The star also opened up about her past relationship with Tom Cruise, revealing they both suffer from dyslexia.Cher first met Tom at Madonna and Sean Penn’s Malibu wedding in 1985. ‘Then a bunch of people who were dyslexic were invited to the White House, and Tom and I are both dyslexic,’ says Cher. ‘We didn’t go out till way later, but there definitely was a connection there.’On whether they’re still friends, Cher said: ‘Yeah! Though I don’t get what he does, that whole Scientology thing. I can’t understand it so I just… don’t.’The Believe singer previously told Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live that Tom ‘was in my top five‘ lovers.‘I’m still on the lookout’Cher was also asked by Event is she currently has a boyfriend. ‘Not… not this week. I’m still on the lookout.’ She furthermore added: ”The problem I have with all the boyfriends lately is that I don’t want to go any place with them because you can’t keep a relationship going in this kind of goldfish bowl, where everything you do and every picture you have taken will be on Instagram. There’s no way to keep something… special.’Cher also spoke about her son Chaz, a member of the trans community, in the chat.The star admits it ‘took a while’ for her to understand her son’s gender identity. ‘And then as I started to see him kind of blossom, and be happier than I’d seen him in such a long time, it was just great,’ she said.‘Chaz is happier than I’ve ever known him,’ she added. ‘But he’s also very nervous of this climate. America is a much more dangerous place now. There’s a lot more hate crime.’Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . Cher shuts down Twitter haters after posing for selfie with Aussie PMCher recounts the time she and Meryl Streep saved a woman from being assaultedCher has brutally torn apart ‘demented racist’ Donald Trump – and it’s amazingRead the full article on Gaystarnews: :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/cher-on-dating-tom-cruise-and-why-she-doesnt-have-a-boyfriend-this-week/ Cher | Photo: I Hope You Find It artwork
News | June 19, 2009 Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography Adds Programming to Annual Meeting June 19, 2009 – The Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography (SCCT) is set to hold its fourth annual scientific meeting, July 16-19, 2009 in Orlando, Fla.This is the world’s largest meeting focused exclusively on cardiovascular CT, attracting nearly 1,000 attendees, including cardiologists, radiologists, nuclear medicine physicians, technologists, nurses and practice administrators. The meeting is designed to provide current evidence-based information on the technical principles, methods, clinical results, potential applications and limitations in cardiovascular CT. In addition to the accepted abstracts selected from the large pool of submissions, world-renowned faculty will be presenting the latest research in cardiovascular CT.Among the 55 sessions held at SCCT’s fourth annual scientific meeting will be an interactive session titled, “Advocacy and Reimbursement: 2010 and Beyond.” This recently added event will be held from 8–9 p.m. Thursday, July 16 to discuss current initiatives and future trends in the area of coding, practice expense calculation, and reimbursement for cardiac CT angiography. Attendees will also learn about proposed legislation and regulatory policies and how overall health reform initiatives will affect patient access to diagnostic imaging services.Each year, oral abstract presentations covering the latest developments in cardiovascular CT are the highlight of the conference. This year is no exception, with an unprecedented amount of nearly 200 original scientific abstracts being presented as either oral or poster presentations. Accepted abstracts will be published in a supplement of the Journal of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography.For more information: www.scct.org/meeting FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Related Content Feature | Cardiac Imaging | July 24, 2019 | Greg Freiherr FFR-CT: Is It Radiology or Cardiology? One of the big trends in cardiac computed tomography (CT) imaging has been the introduction of noninvasive… read more An example of FFR-CT imaging from Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Mich. The left image shows a 3D generated image of the coronary tree from a CT scan evaluated with computational fluid dynamics to determine the FFR numbers. It shows a severe restriction of the left main artery which requires a stent to revacularize. The image on the right is a comparison with the invasive angiogram from the cath lab prior to stenting. 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Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | July 19, 2019 VIDEO: Overview of Cardiac CT Trends and 2019 SCCT Meeting Highlights … read more News | CT Angiography (CTA) | July 24, 2019 WVU Medicine Installs First Alphenix 4D CT in the U.S. The West Virginia University (WVU) Heart and Vascular Institute is the first hospital in the country to acquire the… read more Videos | Radiation Therapy | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: Use of Radiotherapy to Noninvasively Ablate Ventricular Tachycardia Pierre Qian, MBBS, read more Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a GE Cardiographe Dedicated Cardiac CT Scanner This is a quick walk around of the GE Healthcare Cardiographe dedicated cardiac CT system on display at the… read more Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEOS | EP LAB | JULY 26, 2019 VIDEO: What Electrophysiologists Need From CT Imaging Prior to AF and VT Ablations Mark Ibrahim, M.D., F read more Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a Siemens Go.Top Dedicated Cardiac Scanner This is a quick walk around of the new Siemens Somatom Go.top cardiovascular edition compact computed tomography (CT) read more News | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 06, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Improves Heart Attack Risk Assessment When used with a common heart scan, machine learning, a type of artificial intelligence (AI), does better than… read more Siemens Go.Top CT scanner at SCCT19Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:05Loaded: 15.14%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:05 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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macOS Mojave was released yesterday with plenty of new features and a bypass flaw. The public beta was released in June at Apple’s annual developer conference, WWDC 2018. The final version has now been released with visual, utility and security improvements. The changes make macOS more clutter free. There are also certain changes made to the Mac store, iTunes, Safari and some other Apple applications. A new dark mode The new Apple macOS Mojave brings a new dark mode that is system-wide and covers all applications made by Apple. This includes the file browser, Mac App Store, and Xcode among others. The controls go into the background while focusing on what is on the screen for better focus. Third party applications using standard colors via the AppKit will also be adopting the new theme. Desktop changes in macOS Mojave The desktop picture changes throughout the day via Dynamic Desktop. It mimics sunlight and gives an effect of day or night in the desktop. For example, it is dark in the early morning, bright at noon and gets dark again at night. Similar file types can be stacked together to keep your desktop clutter-free. For example, all PDFs in one stack, images in one, spreadsheets in one, and so on. The files can also be grouped by dates and tags. Finder and Quick Look Files can be found with ease using large previews in Gallery View. All the metadata for all file types is now displayed in the Preview pane. There are shortcuts like rotating an image, creating a PDF, and more all from the Finder using Quick Actions. You can mark up and sign PDFs, crop images, and trim audio and video files via Quick Look. macOS Mojave makes the Finder look for and do certain tasks with abilities to quickly locate a file by how it looks, instantly see metadata, and perform Quick Actions on files without even opening any application. These quick actions can be performed to multiple files at once. More screenshot options Taking screenshots is now easier and just a click away for various kinds of screenshots. Once a screenshot is captured, a small preview is shown on the corner of your screen. You can then click on it and edit the screenshot taken. There is also a new easy to use menu with options for screen recording tools and the option to choose where the screenshot is saved including saving to the clipboard. You can also drag the preview to insert the screenshot into a document. Continuity camera on iPhone macOS Mojave comes with a new feature called Continuity camera. If you click a picture of an object or scan a document with your iPhone, it will automatically appear on your Mac. This way you can quickly click a picture or scan a document and insert it into the document you’re working on. Continuity camera works with different applications like Finder, Mail, Messages, Notes, Pages, Keynote, and Numbers. New apps brought to macOS The Mac App Store now has handpicked apps in the new Discover, Create, Work, and Play tabs. Apps from iOS, Apple News, Stocks, Voice Memos and Home are now available in macOS Mojave redone to fit a computer screen. On iTunes, you can search lyrics with a few words you remember and listen to what your friends are listening to. More security controls There are better controls for accessing the camera or microphone on macOS Mojave. There are options to allow or deny when an application is trying to access them. This applies to messages history and mail database. There is also improved intelligent tracking prevention to keep embedded content like social media like buttons, share buttons and comments from tracking you without your permission. Safari now automatically creates, stores and autofills strong passwords for the user. macOS also flags existing passwords that have been reused in Safari for easily updating them. A Privacy flaw allowing unauthorized access Speaking of security and privacy, there is also a flaw in the new macOS Mojave. In a video, Patrick Wardle, an experienced macOS hacker demonstrates a privacy flaw in macOS Mojave. Wardle shows that the security in macOS Mojave can be bypassed to gain access to sensitive user data, like address book information. As told to the Bleeping Computer, “I found a trivial, albeit 100% reliable flaw in their implementation,” He also added that it allows a malicious or untrusted app to bypass the new security mechanism and access the sensitive details without authorization. Wardle tweeted that the improved privacy protections in macOS are not delivered. And this is not specific to the new dark mode, any mode is vulnerable. Source: Twitter Wardle plans to share the specifics and more details about the vulnerability at Objective By the Sea, a Mac security conference to be held in November. You can upgrade to macOS Mojave from the Apple website. Read next macOS gets RPCS3 and Dolphin using Gfx-portability, the Vulkan portability implementation for non-Rust apps Google open sources Filament – a physically based rendering engine for Android, Windows, Linux and macOS macOS Mojave: Apple updates the Mac experience for 2018
For our 2017-2018 High Season Print Edition, we brought together a group of long-time Costa Rican residents – and our favorite urban tourism guru – to discuss their tips for a successful visit to Costa Rica during its busiest time of year. This week, we’re presenting more of their do’s, don’ts and secrets. To download our full print edition, pick up a copy, or learn more about distributing or advertising in The Tico Times, click here.Scroll down to the end to read more about our panelists.TT: What are first-time visitor mistakes – yours, or those you’ve seen – to avoid?Ellen Zoe Golden: Calling Costa Rica an island! And bringing valuables to the beach, where they will likely get stolen.Todd Staley: Driving at night. Driving in daylight in Costa Rica is an adventure in itself, but driving at night is downright dangerous. Road conditions, weather, and poorly marked roads all contribute to making it a smart decision not to drive at night.Marshall Cobb: The payment of commissions drives the tourism industry. If your hotel helps you book a zipline tour, anywhere from 15 – 30% of the fee you pay for that event goes back to the hotel. The same is true for your tour bus operator who takes your group to a particular restaurant/spot to eat, and buy tickets for events.Tourists are unaware of this system. Some even have the notion that they can get a discount on a ticket if they go straight to the desired attraction to buy it; short answer is no, the attractions will not give you a discount if you purchase directly from them but they will make a greater profit on your visit. If you are with a large group and make all of your arrangements through one hotel or travel provider, you are generating a substantial amount of commissions. Be aware of this in your planning and negotiations. You as the tourist cannot have an impact on the commission spigot, but you should be aware of its power… Ask questions and make sure the recommendations you receive align with your needs/desires. Horseback tours are among the many popular options for visitors to Costa Rica. Robert Isenberg/The Tico TimesDon’t think that your phone plan from back home is going to give you a good deal on cell/data service here. Other than T-Mobile, which offers a good international data/call plan, most visitors find that they end up paying a lot for extras. Stop at a tienda and get a local SIM. Download both Waze and WhatsApp on your device (Waze for directions, WhatsApp to communicate).Don’t come here expecting to have a bug-free experience. Even the most expensive hotels are going to have insects (this is a rain forest). Rooms here can be quite nice if you pay up, but they do not come with central heat and air. It is cool enough at night that AC is not needed, but if you want airflow you will likely have your windows, and perhaps some of the doors, open. If you have strong aversion to bugs make sure in advance that the windows in your room have screens (seems like this would be a given, it is not). We have screens at our house but I awoke at 1:00 a.m to a spider walking across my face. Be prepared to roll with it. A spiderweb on the trails at Río Celeste. Alberto Font/The Tico TimesPip Kelly: Don’t base travel times on distance! Road are often in poor condition and it will often take you longer to travel to a destination that you may anticipate. Don’t try and see the whole country in one go; visit the places that interest you. Don’t copy others, do what you like and what you are interested in.MC: Yes, don’t look at a map and decide that just because something is “close” you can cram it in to a day trip. It is roughly twenty kilometers from the heart of Santa Elena to Guacimal (down the mountain). Depending on the current condition of the road, construction, traffic and acts of God, it can be as short as 40 minutes or well over an hour each direction. Those not accustomed to driving here will also find it very draining; this is not like driving on a freeway in the U.S. using one finger to stay in your lane while talking to your friends via a Bluetooth connection. Take your time. For illustrative purposes. Alberto Font/TheTico TimesKristel Segeren: Currently I even trust my mother-in-law more than Google.maps. I can’t even remember the times I drove into a ‘street’ that brought me close the edge of a nervous breakdown while trying to turn around. And I’m not just talking about the adventures with my Toyota Yaris, even four-wheel drive couldn’t save me at times. Download Waze, seriously. And maps.me for hiking trails.PK: Don’t believe that it won’t rain in the ‘dry’ season. Don’t leave all your reservations until the last minute-especially if you have your heart set on one particular place. Things fill up fast. Don’t worry if people don’t e-mail you back; call your hotel or tour operator instead. Make sure you have enough space on your phone for taking photos and videos; Use the plane ride to delete unnecessary space. Call your hotel before you arrive to ask about road conditions. Don’t follow the weather apps; in our area they are useless.And make sure you say good morning when you walk into the bank. Overwhelmed by all the advice. Just look at this photo for awhile (Punta Uva, Jan. 1, 2018). Now get down here. Andrés Madrigal / The Tico TimesRead more from our panelists here.Meet our panelists:Marshall Cobb (Monteverde) moved to the area in 2015. He recently published his first novel, Will of The Hill, and is busily working on two other novels. He takes breaks by posting blogs on his website and can be reached at email@example.com.Ellen Zoe Golden (Tamarindo) is a retired entertainment business publicist living the simple life as a travel agent bringing people down to my adopted country. In my free time, she reads, writes, does yoga and surfs. Read more from here at ticotimes.net. Roberto Guzmán (San José) is the co-founder of ChepeCletas, interested in urban life and urban dynamics, with experience in tourism, pedestrian life, good food and good conversations.Todd Staley (Puerto Jiménez) has managed sportfishing operations in Costa Rica for 25 years. He was co-recipient of the International Game Fish Association’s Chester H. Wolfe Award in 2015 for his conservation efforts in Costa Rica. Todd now works full-time as director of communications for FECOP, a sport fishing advocacy federation. Learn more here or read more Tico Times content from Todd here.Pip Kelly (Bijagua) is from Australia and recently became a Costa Rican citizen. She owns and operates Casitas Tenorio B&B in the village of Bijagua with her Costa Rican husband, Donald Varela Soto. They believe that tourism can benefit local rural communities if done in a sustainable way.Kristel Segeren (Cahuita) writes about her (and her dog’s) adventures in the tropics and beyond at The Tiny Travelogue, Facebook or Instagram. Facebook Comments Related posts:PHOTOS: A walk in Cahuita National Park Serenity Boutique Hotel offers quiet retreat for Central Pacific visitors New Liberia Airport Shuttle serves visitors to Guanacaste, Costa Rica Trip Report: Flying domestic airlines in Costa Rica
Source = Fiji Airways Its the Hayne planeIt’s the Hayne planeFollowing his touchdown in Fiji this week, the famous Fijian-Australian, Jarryd Hayne, has today been announced as a global ambassador for the country’s National Airline, Fiji Airways.Supporting the airline’s efforts to promote the tropical paradise of Fiji to its key markets, the appointment sees the international sports star not only act as an ambassador for the airline, but also for the destination that he also calls home.“This is an exciting week for me…I have returned to the country half my family is from, I’m training with the best rugby team in the world, and I’ve been appointed an ambassador for Fiji’s national airline,” said Jarryd, speaking from Fiji.“As it continues to grow and represent Fiji across the globe, the country is very proud of the airline, and I feel honoured to be part of it. Of course, I love this country and its people, so I hope that I can help encourage more people to travel to Fiji, and experience all that it has to offer,” he continued.The announcement was made today in Nadi, ahead of the airline’s inaugural flight from Fiji to San Francisco. Fiji Airways has launched a new direct seasonal service to San Francisco to provide its key markets – including Fiji, Australia and NZ – a new way to fly to North America and beyond.The launch of a new route also highlights the airline’s focus on encouraging more Americans to experience beautiful Fiji.Fiji Airways Managing Director and CEO, Andre Viljoen said: “We’re delighted to have Jarryd onboard, and have him fly like a Fijian on Fiji Airways. As well as being loved in Fiji, he has a global following and as we launch a new route to and from San Francisco today, we hope more Americans will choose Fiji as their next stop.”“The new San Francisco route provides our Fijian customers a direct connection to the popular city of San Francisco, and for those in Australia and New Zealand, the perfect opportunity for a pre- or post-trip stopover in beautiful Fiji. Jarryd speaks very highly of both destinations, so we hope he will help us encourage more people to travel to both. With the new route expanding our reach in North America, with onward connections to most US and Canadian cities, we expect the route will prove very popular,” he continued.“I’ve been telling all the boys in San Francisco about Fiji, so now there’s this direct service, hopefully they will come and check it out,” said Jarryd.In his role as ambassador, Jarryd will feature on the airline’s promotional material and help promote their network destinations to their relevant markets. Fiji Airwaysbook your flights here
Dreamfinders Homes Guardian homes HOUSING SFR 2018-10-05 Radhika Ojha October 5, 2018 528 Views Share Guardian Residential Closes $11.5M Fund Denver, Colorado-based private real estate investment firm, Guardian Residential, announced the closing of its inaugural fund, which is tied to the acquisition of $11.5 million in assets from Dream Finders Homes. In a statement the company said that it closed a sale-leaseback transaction with Dream Finders Homes on 23 homes across seven states. In the transaction, Guardian purchased model homes from Dream Finders, and simultaneously entered into lease agreements allowing the builder to utilize the homes as sales offices for up to three years.“I couldn’t think of a better partner to close our first deal,” said Dennis Cisterna, CEO of Guardian. “Dream Finders is a top-flight builder, and Patrick’s firm is a great example of the caliber of builder we look to work with to grow our investment profile. In this transaction, Guardian was able to obtain a portfolio of high-quality homes in strong markets with guaranteed revenue that will provide a strong return for our investors. Between our sale-leaseback and SFR build-to-rent platforms, we offer a unique opportunity to homebuilders and investors as we continue to expand our portfolio of residential real estate assets.”“We are excited to partner with Dennis and Guardian on this model home sale-leaseback transaction,” stated Patrick Zalupski, CEO of Dream Finders Homes. “The portfolio includes some of our best constructed and well-designed homes across our national footprint. The transaction allows us to re-deploy our capital into new communities and continue our growth trajectory.”Upon launch of the company, Guardian said that it has secured equity commitments from firms in the SFR sector, including the founders of Dominion Group, LandCap Partners, Pintar Investments, and Kinloch Partners.Guardian Residential invests in properties through the principles of institutional data-driven investment analysis with boots-on-the-ground operational experience and meticulous asset management to deliver strong, risk-adjusted returns. in Headlines, News
June 17, 2019 273 Views Fannie Mae’s Economic and Strategic Research Group (ESR) predicts full-year 2019 and 2020 U.S. economic growth of 1.5%, down from Fannie Mae’s previous prediction of 2.1%. The GSE cites expected weakness in business fixed investment and softening global economic conditions for the decline.“This month, escalating trade tensions and concerns about weakening global growth led us to revise lower our full-year 2019 and 2020 forecasts of real GDP growth to 2.1 percent and 1.5 percent, respectively,” said Fannie Mae SVP and Chief Economist Doug Duncan. “Despite a strong start to the year, we expect growth to slow beginning in the second quarter as macro-level uncertainty disincentivizes business fixed investment and starts to weigh on consumer spending. In order to sustain the longest expansion in more than 70 years, we expect the Fed to once again begin easing monetary policy and to cut its interest rate target by 25 basis points in September.”Fannie Mae’s (ESR) projects that the Federal Reserve will cut the federal funds rate by 25 basis points at the September meeting of its Federal Open Market Committee to fend off greater deceleration in domestic growth. Fannie notes that prices may rise as international trade tensions rise, which may also impact the job market.This week, the Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell will hold a press conference following Tuesday and Wednesday’s Federal Open Market Committee Conference.Earlier this year, the Federal Reserve announced that it will be keeping the federal funds rate at 2.25 to 2.50%. The Fed statement announced that The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System voted unanimously to set the interest rate paid on required and excess reserve balances at 2.35%.“We expect housing to add to growth for the foreseeable future, and our projection of a 1.0 percent year-over-year increase in home sales in 2019 remains unchanged,” Duncan continued. “Moderating home price appreciation and attractive mortgage rates continue to support affordability, particularly as home builders are now paying more attention to the entry-level portion of the housing market.” Economic Fannie Mae interest 2019-06-17 Seth Welborn Revised Economic Outlook Share in Daily Dose, Featured, Government, News
On September 15, the legendary Hôtel Le Bristol in Paris unveiled a new seven-story wing featuring 26 luxurious rooms and a new restaurant from three-star Michelin Chef Eric Frechon, called “114 Faubourg”. Situated adjacent to the current structure, Le Bristol’s new wing expands onto the Avenue Matignon and the Rue du Faubourg Saint- Honoré, bolstering its visibility and presence in the area. The wing’s freestone façade maintains the “Haussmanienne” architectural style of the original structure, which dates back to the beginning of the 1900s.In honor of the wing’s debut, the hotel is offering Celebrate Le Bristol’s Extension Package which includes one night’s accommodation in a superior room, lunch or dinner for two at the “114 Faubourg” restaurant and a bottle of premium champagne in the guest’s room upon arrival. The package begins at € 800 per night (approximately US $1,100) for a superior room, inclusive of tax and service charges, exclusive of daily city tax. Lunch or dinner for two does not include beverages. Room upgrades may be requested pending availability. Offer is valid through April 30, 2010. The property’s 26 lavish rooms, five of which are suites, are modeled in the same timeless fashion as the accommodations featured in the original structure. Rooms are adorned with delicate fabrics, vintage furnishings and mirrors and paintings emulating the works of the old masters. Bathrooms are finished in precious pink marble imported from Portugal. The décor, hand selected by Maja Oetker, whose family owns the hotel, adheres to the French luxury classicism of Louis XV and Louis XVI. Madam Oetker collaborated with celebrated craftsmen, antique dealers and fashion designers such as Manuel Canovas, Pierre Frey and Nobilis, in order to create a quintessential replication of this bygone era. The rooms also boast contemporary colors, affording a twist of modernity throughout.The penthouse suites, located in the two upper stories of the new wing not only provide space and comfort, but also exhilarating views of Paris and the famed EiffelTower. In the decadent, sixth floor suite, a dining room and private kitchen are available, creating the ambience of a Parisian “pied-à-terre,” and offering the service of a Parisian palace. The property’s seventh and final floor feature a unique and charming penthouse suite with panoramic vistas of the city, including a spectacular view of the Avenue Matignon and the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré from the living room.Chef Frechon’s restaurant, “114 Faubourg,” brings a new casual dining experience to Le Bristol, offering a cuisine made with the best quality products and dishes that blend French classicism with world flavors. Conceived with the help of Italian designer, Guendalina Litta Modignani, the restaurant’s atmosphere immerses guests in a universe of ethereal warmth and color. Modignani, renowned for producing glamorous weddings and events, worked with Madam Oetker to create the décor for the restaurant.The wing’s opening writes a new page in Le Bristol’s history, which began in 1925 with founder Hippolyte Jammet. For additional information, please call +33 (0)1 53 43 43 42 or visit www.lebristolparis.com.
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