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Archives for October 14, 2019

Lots of Firsts

Cayman: Lots of Firsts at First Show of the Season From The Cayman Islands Equestrian Federation (CIEF) The Cayman Islands Equestrian Federation (CIEF) kicked off the competition season with the first leg of its National Jumping Series, which was held this past Sunday at the Equestrian Center located in George Town, just off the Linford […]

Cayman: CPHS 70th Anniversary History

Written by Amber Bothwell, Faculty Head of English and past CPHS stddent The United Church in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands has been heavily involved in primary education in the Cayman Islands ever since Rev. James Elmslie began ministering in 1846, sending back reports of both Sabbath Schools and ‘day schools’ attended by hundreds of […]

Cricket: ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019, feature – Bermuda

From ICC – Cricket king their first T20 World Cup Qualifier appearance in six years, Bermuda would be banking on their string of experienced players to recreate some of their notable performances from the past decade. Bermuda are one of the lowest-ranked teams in the Qualifier [30th] – only, Nigeria, at 37, are placed worse. […]

Apester unveils a new Story Strip format for online publishers

By Anthony Ha From TechCrunch Apester, which helps digital publishers add interactivity to their content, is rolling out a new format called the Story Strip. CEO and co-founder Moti Cohen told me that the Story Strip is modeled on the Story format popularized by Snapchat and Instagram — a format that he praised for being one […]

Conspiracies

By Paul McGovern From PS Audio  sometimes get the craziest comments. Following the recent upgrades to DirectStream a flood of people smelling a conspiratorial cover-up have emerged. Weird, right? The general line goes something like this: “If you know how to improve the DAC’s performance why didn’t you just release it like that in the […]

‘Poison that must be removed’: Sydney-to-Hobart yacht builder infighting ends in court

By Angus Thompson From The Sydney Morning Herald The boat builder behind some of the Sydney to Hobart’s most memorable finishes has been rocked by accusations of sabotaged relationships and shoddy craftsmanship in a director feud that spilled into the Federal Court. Acrimonious infighting erupted at McConaghy Boats – whose website describes it as the […]

Mnuchin: US, China have ‘Fundamental Agreement’

By Sandy Fitzgerald From Newsmax The United States and China have a “fundamental agreement” in the first phase of addressing key elements of the ongoing trade war between the two countries, as “substantial progress” was made last week, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Monday.  “We have a fundamental agreement that is subject to documentation,” Mnuchin […]

Radiation right after surgery might not help prostate cancer patients

From Newsmax In the largest investigation of its kind, researchers conclude that subjecting prostate cancer patients to radiation therapy immediately after surgery doesn’t give them an advantage in staying cancer-free. The finding stems from a review of four studies that together tracked outcomes for more than 3,500 prostate cancer patients from multiple countries. If the […]

What does a world-class IP strategy look like?

After 2019’s sell-out event in Paris, next year’s IPBC Europe – Europe’s foremost conference about IP value creation – will take place in Dublin from 24 to 25 March. Being held at the prestigious Shelbourne Hotel, the event will once again be Europe’s leading gathering of senior corporate IP professionals from companies of all sizes. Limited places are […]

CANARI release on Day for Disaster Risk Reduction 2019

CANARI launches project to empower civil society and local communities to build resilience to hurricanes and climate extremes in the Eastern Caribbean Port of Spain, October 13, 2019 – For Immediate Release CANARI launches project to empower civil society and local communities to build resilience to hurricanes and climate extremes in the Eastern Caribbean. Port […]