Remember when a Supreme Court ruling in favor of same-sex marriage was really going to settle the issue for Republicans so they could focus on other things? Yeah, not so much, reports Trip Gabriel. The fast-developing story of Kim Davis,...Show More Summary
So how do you go about giving out grades for all 32 NFL teams when it comes to four (or five) games that essentially don’t count? The focus here will not only be the performance on the field but some of the other factors that playedShow More Summary
Match funding schemes, often used by arts organisations to boost income, were tested in several field experiments as part of the survey, which also assessed how effective these were at encouraging donors to give more. The report said that the match funding experiments carried out found the method had “no significant effects… on donation behaviour”.
A Japanese artist has a clever use for straw left over after rice harvests — dinosaur sculptures. Amy Goda is reportedly the artist behind the sculptures, crafting them out of wooden frames and rice straw for the Wara Art Festival. See...Show More Summary
Free agent swingman Landry Fields reportedly underwent surgery on his hip, and is expected to be sidelined for the next five months. After undergoing labrum surgery on his hip, free The post Report: Landry Fields Out Five Months After Hip Surgery appeared first on SLAMonline.
The NFL will appeal Judge Richard Berman’s decision to erase Tom Brady’s four-game suspension, but they reportedly won’t be trying to keep Brady off the field against the Steelers next week. According to multiple reports, the league will not seek a stay of Berman’s ruling as part of their appeal. If they tried for and were…
The NFL hand-picked its own courtroom, but home field advantage wasn’t enough. According to the Associated Press, Judge Richard Berman has overturned Tom Brady’s four-game suspension for his role in #DeflateGate. That clears the way for the Patriots quarterback to start the regular season opener a week from tonight, and deals a huge blow to…
The Chiefs are continuing to invest in the quarterback position, beyond Alex Smith. Backup Tyler Bray has agreed to a two-year, $1.925 million contract extension through 2017, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Although the deal contains no guarantees, it’s a great deal for Bray in one respect: The Chiefs are agreeing to pay Bray’s $510,000…
by Angela Guess Writing for SiliconAngle, Terry Fields reports, “The current data management industry is being disrupted as a result of governance and compliance, according to Rob Karel, VP of Product Strategy at Informatica Corp. ‘Both...Show More Summary
Another huge contract handed out today by Maersk Oil one day after the company and its partners won UK approval for the multi-billion development of the giant Culzean gas field in the North Sea. Earlier today we reported that Subsea...Show More Summary
Good morning! This is your wakeup roundup of college football stuff. Coastal Carolina is jumping from FCS to the Sun Belt, SB Nation's Steven Godfrey reports. You know, the team with the teal field and the Wall Street guy as head coach. Show More Summary
(source) Drones and data could significantly help oil fields in the US with the lower oil prices these days. In the interim, there is a new market hunting for for pilots...flying drones. Drones are becoming a problem for those seeking quiet on their vacations. Show More Summary
News reports about predictive analytics can give you the impression that the field is new (it isn’t), or exotic (it isn’t) or so specialized that it doesn’t have much meaning for the average business (it isn’t). The truth is that businesses large and small use predictive analytics on an everyday [...]
In a note to employees, Apple retail boss Angela Ahrendts said the company plans to make its popular Apple Camp summer program available to students year-round, 9to5Mac reports. The expansion will also make field trips and programs for...Show More Summary
A fan died Saturday after falling from the upper deck at the New York Yankees-Atlanta Braves game, according to reporters at Turner Field. Details were scarce, but ESPN’s Wallace Matthews reported that the fan, a male, was in his 60s. A witness said the fan was leaning over the rail screaming at A-Rod when he suddenly tumbled over […]
A fan died Saturday after falling from the upper deck at the New York Yankees-Atlanta Braves game, according to reporters at Turner Field.Details were scarce, but ESPN’s Wallace Matthews reported that the fan, a male, was in his 60s.Read full article >>
Tragedy at Turner Field.
A baseball fan has died after falling 40-feet from the top deck at the Turner Field as the Atlanta Braves played the New York Yankees. The fan reportedly fell from the balcony onto the concrete below. Emergency responders rushed to the scene and witnesses say CPR was performed for nearly 10 minutes before the man... Show More Summary
Play between the Atlanta Braves and New York Yankees was overshadowed by a scary incident Saturday night when a fan reportedly fell from the upper deck at Turner Field and landed on the concrete behind home plate, according to MLB.com's...Show More Summary
SEE, HE WOULD HAVE FIT RIGHT IN AT A COLLEGE DIVERSITY-AND-EQUITY OFFICE: “We would say stuff like, ‘The reporter’s out in the field.’ And he would look at us and say, ‘What are you saying, cotton fields? That’s racist.’”