"I know we don't have millions to spend, however, the loan market has been very kind to us - [Robert] Snodgrass, [Josh] Onomah, Sam Johnstone - we'll have to be a bit creative and see if there's anybody out there that can give us a hand." … [Read more...] about Steve Bruce feels squeeze of Financial Fair Play as Aston Villa injuries mount
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As per Prof. Rajaraman: (1) The idea should be novel; (2) It should fulfil a need; (3) It should improve our productivity; (4) It should change the way in which computing is done and computers are used; (5) It should lead to innovations; (6) The invention must have a long life and be continuously used and not be transient; (7) It should create new industries that lead to further innovations and may, as a consequence, disrupt some old industries and (8) It should transform the way we live and thereby result in societal changes. It is not necessary that a ground-breaking invention satisfy all these; it is enough if it meets a majority of these. … [Read more...] about A keen look at groundbreaking inventions in ICT
The England international was named captain by Potter last season and took to the role like a duck to water. "I think his role as captain is one he's grown into and one he will do better and better for the next few years," his manager said after the defender signed a new five-year contract at the club last month. … [Read more...] about Brighton 2020/21: Can Graham Potter’s side take flight after strong end to 2019/20?
The Aqua interface was a huge surprise when Steve Jobs first announced it at the Macworld Conference and Expo in January 2000 (see the video below). During his demo, Jobs delighted in showing off graphical features we now take for granted, like drop shadows beneath windows, icon magnification, and high-resolution icons. … [Read more...] about 20 Years Later: How the Mac OS X Public Beta Saved the Mac
➔ International: Alexei Navalny, a top opposition voice to Russian President Vladimir PutinVladimir Vladimirovich PutinHospital says top Putin critic is out of coma, responsive Don't expect Europe to hold Putin accountable in Navalny poisoning Dealing with Russia: Bringing the outlaw state to justice MORE, was taken out of an induced coma on Monday and has seen his condition improve more than two weeks after being poisoned. According to the Charité clinic in Berlin, Navalny has responded to voices and is being weaned off mechanical ventilation, but it remains too early to know the long-term impact of his situation. Navalny was poisoned with a nerve agent akin to Novichok on Aug. 20. The Kremlin on Monday vehemently denied any involvement in Navalny’s poisoning (AFP). … Eight individuals were convicted and sentenced to prison terms for their involvement in the death of the late Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi. The eight people were part of the … [Read more...] about The Hill’s Morning Report – Sponsored by National Industries for the Blind – Trump, Biden battle over vaccine, economy; Congress returns