January 22, 2018

Top 5 mistakes in your presentation slides

When it comes to making PPT presentations, there are a lot of things that can go wrong. You need to be creative, captivating, informative, and to the point. Unfortunately, creating a great PPT presentation is much easier said than done. There is a whole lot you need to consider and even more you need to […]

22 Jan Weather In Cayman

22 Jan Mon 2018 Weather In Cayman Synopsis   Light to moderate northeasterly winds and slight to moderate seas are expected across the Cayman area for the next 24 hours as a high pressure system over the western Atlantic Ocean weakens. Radar images show scattered showers in the Cayman area moving towards the west. Sunshine […]

21 Jan Weather In Cayman

21 Jan Sun 2018 Weather In Cayman Synopsis   Moderate northeasterly winds and rough to moderate seas are expected across the Cayman area for the next 24 hours as a high pressure system moves over the western Atlantic Ocean and weakens. Radar images show isolated shower activity over the Cayman area moving towards the west. […]

20 Jan Weather In Cayman

20 Jan Sat 2018 Weather In Cayman Synopsis   Fresh northeasterly winds and rough seas are will continue across the Cayman area for the next 24 hours as a high pressure system moves over the western Atlantic Ocean. Remnants of an old frontal boundary just west of Jamaica will drift across the Cayman area during […]

19 Jan Weather In Cayman

19 Jan Fri 2018 Weather In Cayman Synopsis     Not available. See Weather Forecast Top Right of Website. Sunshine just makes the day a little better, but it can also cause sunburns. Check the UV Report below to be prepared Humidity: 73%  (DOWN from yesterday) UV: 7.1   HIGH  (UP from yesterday) Temperature: Today’s […]

UK: London’s new electric taxis scuppered by faulty sensor

By Nick Summers From engadget London’s new electric taxis have been delayed. The “TX” cabs developed by LEVC were supposed to arrive in the capital late last year. But there’s a problem with the system that tracks time and distance — recorded as electric “pulses” — for the all-important fare meter. It’s forced the company […]

Breastfeeding halves diabetes risk in women

From Siasat Daily Washington: Women who breastfeed their newborns for six months or longer significantly reduce their risk of developing diabetes by half as they get older, finds a recent study. The findings indicated that women who breastfed for six months or more had a 47 percent reduction in their risk of developing type-2 diabetes […]

US: People totally freaked out over the meteor above Michigan

BY SHANNON CONNELLAN From Mashable Was it … Superman? No, but the super bright light in the sky certainly freaked people out. Residents of southeast Michigan reported a white ball of light paired with a loud boom on Tuesday night, capturing some seriously impressive footage of the event around 8:15 p.m. ET. The National Weather […]

18 Jan Weather In Cayman

18 Jan Thu 2018 Weather In Cayman Synopsis   Fresh to strong northerly winds and rough seas are expected across the Cayman area for the next 24 hours as a cold front moves into the Cayman area today becoming stationary by tonight and the associated high pressure system builds over the southeastern US. Radar images […]

Facial recognition for Olympics?

Olympic organizers may use facial recognition to manage guests By Mallory Locklear, From engadget They reportedly want to scan the faces of athletes, officials and journalists. Japan is looking for a different way to confirm the identity of the hundreds of thousands of athletes, officials and journalists who will be attending the 2020 Olympics. The […]