TV Bits: ‘The Walking Dead’, ‘Riverdale’, ‘Atypical’, ”Kevin Can F*** Himself’, ‘Dispatches From Elsewhere’

YPE html PUBLIC “-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN” “http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd”> Because The Walking Dead will never die, there are spin-offs, and movies, and video games, and so on. A new spin-off series is called The Walking Dead: World Beyond, which is set in Nebraska ten years after the apocalypse. In the show, “the first generation to come-of-age in the apocalypse as we know it. Some will become heroes. Some will become villains. In the end, all of them will be changed forever. Grown-up and cemented in their identities, both good and bad.” You can watch two different previews for the series above as you await the April 12, 2020 premiere. Sorry, Riverdale fans – two cast members are leaving. According to TV Guide, Skeet Ulrich and Marisol Nichols are both departing the show. “I’m proud to have been part of such a talented group of people, in front of the camera and behind. But I’ve decided that it’s time for me to move on to explore other creative opportunities,” said Ulrich, while Nichols added: “I had an incredible time bringing Hermione Lodge to life and working with my amazing cast, who became family....

Steve Gleason to receive Congressional Gold Medal on Jan. 15

NEW ORLEANS — Former New Orleans Saints player Steve Gleason, who become a leading advocate for people struggling with Lou Gehrig’s disease after he was diagnosed with the paralyzing condition, will be awarded the Congressional Gold Medal during a ceremony on Jan. 15. President Donald Trump signed legislation last year awarding Gleason the medal, which is the highest civilian honor awarded by Congress. U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy from Louisiana announced the date for the ceremony in a news release Friday, noting Gleason’s struggles with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, a degenerative neuro-muscular disease commonly referred to as ALS that left Gleason paralyzed. “Steve Gleason has shown tremendous courage and resolve in the face of ALS. He has remained positive in the face of extreme adversity, inspiring all who hear his story,” Cassidy said. On the field, Gleason is best known for his electrifying blocked punt during the Saints’ first game in the rebuilt Superdome after 2005′s Hurricane Katrina. The city was still rebuilding from the devastating hurricane when Gleason dove to block a punt in the opening minutes of the game against rival Atlant...

AUSTIN, Texas – The NTT INDYCAR SERIES concluded its first open test of the season Wednesday

AUSTIN, Texas – The NTT INDYCAR SERIES concluded its first open test of the season Wednesday with 27 drivers using 25 cars to complete 1,480 laps at Circuit of The Americas. The field included six former series champions and seven drivers who have yet to start an NTT INDYCAR SERIES race. And it was one of those former champs who posted the fastest lap around the 20-turn, 3.41-mile road course that will host the season’s fourth race, the AutoNation INDYCAR Challenge on Sunday, April 26. Will Power (No. 12 Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet), the 2014 NTT INDYCAR SERIES champ, recorded a lap of 1 minute, 46.7603 seconds/114.987 miles per hour that was not far off his pole-winning speed of a year ago at COTA. He was inside 0.8 of a second from his pole effort of 1:46.0177/115.792 mph last March.  “It always feels great, you know,” Power said. “It’s good for all my guys to see we have the pace. We went through as many items as we could. Obviously, it was very rushed at the end there with red flags and everything, so didn’t get everything done, but kind of some of the big stuff that we needed to know, we understand.” Andretti Autosport’s Alexander Rossi (No. 27 NAPA Auto Parts Honda) post...

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Related tags: bakery processing, Artificial intelligence, Global Market Insights, health & wellness, better-for-you, frozen, Automation function sanitize_gpt_value2(gptValue) { var vOut=”"; var aTags = gptValue.split(‘,’); var reg = new RegExp(‘\W+’, “g”); for (var i=0; i < aTags.length; i++) { vOut += aTags[i].trim().replace(reg, '-').substring(0,40); if(i!=(aTags.length-1)) vOut +=', '; } vOut = vOut.toLowerCase(); return vOut; } $(document).ready(function() { dataLayerNews = {}; dataLayerNews.related_tags = sanitize_gpt_value2("bakery processing, Artificial intelligence, Global Market Insights, health & wellness, better-for-you, frozen, Automation"); dataLayer.push(dataLayerNews); }); The increasing number of independent artisan bakers with proprietary recipes and focused consumer groups is a major driver for the overall bakery market, which registered a revenue of more than $450bn in 2018. The pivotal health and wellness trend is also propelling consumers towards artisanal consumption, perceived to tick the boxes of natural, healthier and sustainability. “With spreading awareness about the eff...

It’s fine to still be fond of timeless fondue – Entertainment & Life – The Columbus Dispatch

Did cheese go away? Did wine go away? Did Switzerland go away? Did people’s love of melted cheese go away? “Fondue is a conjurer of the past, a food trend that exists primarily in memory, often decades removed from the last time you ate it,” writes David Sax in “The Tastemakers: Why We’re Crazy for Cupcakes but Fed Up With Fondue,” his 2014 book about food trends. “You hear its name and picture ski lodges, a fog of stinky cheese, crackling fireplaces, shag carpets, and Burt Reynolds lying there, shirtless and with a long-stemmed fork in his hand.” Well, friends for better (or worse?), I’m leaving Burt out of the picture, but I will show you how to make good fondue, regardless of whatever decade you want to channel. The reason is simple, as executive chef David Fritsche of Washington’s Swiss-themed restaurant Stable succinctly explains. “It’s good. It’s cozy. … It is very accessible.” Thankfully, you don’t need a fondue set — or a bouffant hairdo — to make and enjoy a pot of delicious, warm cheese. • The cheese: The composition of fondue in Switzerland varies according to region (“canton” is the official term). A typical combination, Fritsche said, is a half-and-half mix of...

EU tariffs: All of the US products that will have higher duties — Quartz

The US trade war with the world is well underway. In retaliation for Washington’s levy of duties on aluminum and steel from the European Union, the 28-country trading bloc has now imposed a plethora of tariffs on hundreds of US  goods. Here is a look at all  340 products affected, divided into two lengthy lists. The first shows the American exports that will face extra tariffs to retaliate against US duties on “carbon and alloy” products. The second includes the remaining aluminum and steel products. Stainless Seamless Tube, High Pressure Tubes, Heat Exchanger Tubes – Dextube,https://www.shdextube.com/

Michael Fassbender Gave Alien Covenant Two of 2017’s Best Performances

It’s easy to understand why Michael Fassbender hasn’t been floated as a potential Best Actor nominee for his work in “Alien: Covenant.” For one thing, the Oscars seldom acknowledge the fact that great acting can sometimes be found in massive summer tentpoles, even ones that underwhelm at the box office. For another, it would prove difficult to honor Fassbender’s work without splitting the vote or committing some kind of category fraud, as the guy plays two different roles in the film, improbably delivering both of the most brilliant performances in any blockbuster since “The Dark Knight.” Also, it’s worth remembering that — in the long and illustrious history of the Academy Awards — no one has ever won for playing two androids who make out with each other on a remote alien planet during the middle of a slow-motion genocide. You can google that to confirm. But while Fassbender’s remarkable double turn might be a bit too strange for the accolades it deserves, the impact of these twin portrayals will reverberate in all directions for years to come. In fact, it wouldn’t be overstating the case to say that the nuance and conviction of his performances in this film refocus Ridley Scot...

LONDON – Today, Huawei launched the NetEngine 8000 series, the industry’s first E2E 400GE routers oriented

LONDON – Today, Huawei launched the NetEngine 8000 series, the industry’s first E2E 400GE routers oriented towards the 5G and cloud era, which redefines the intelligent IP network with ultra-broadband and committed SLA. In the coming 5G and cloud era, with the rapid development of services such as Cloud VR/AR, 4K/8K, and site-to-cloud private lines, traffic is estimated to increase by 10 times over the next 10 years. As 5G enables a multitude of industries, the IP network is transforming from the original public network oriented towards B2C services to the production network oriented towards B2B vertical industries, which places stricter requirements on network quality. This requires the network to provide SLA assurance, including committed bandwidth and latency and high availability. Daniel Tang, CTO of Huawei’s Data Communication Product Line, said, “To address the network challenges in the 5G and cloud era, Huawei has innovatively developed the industry’s first E2E 400GE routers, – NetEngine 8000 – and the industry’s first committed SLA solution to deliver 400GE and committed SLA on IP networks.” NetEngine 8000 series routers, i...

3 new Android 11 privacy features are giving iOS a run for its money

Like every other mobile platform, Android has historically struggled to catch up with the iPhone’s famously secure iOS features. There may still be a long way to go, but the new Android 11 developer preview shows that Google is making some headway in its latest privacy-focused features. While you may want to avoid some of the typical roll-out bugs and bide your time until Android 11 gets its post-beta debut (usually in the third quarter of the year), here are some of the new security features that have Google fans buzzing. “Granular control” is a catchphrase for the security-minded, and it’s a feature highlighted in  Android 11′s app permission schema. Moving further away from “all or nothing” types of permission options, Google has put its focus on further individualizing the permissions you allow each app.  Android 11 allows you to give an app permission to do something just once (instead of Android 10′s current options: always, never, and only when the app is in use). By giving an app permission to access your location, camera or microphone for a single session of app use, you can keep a check on what kind of data is being colle...

Going Deep: Pitch Tunneling, the Next Step in Pitcher Evolution

Mike the Roto Cop walks us through an emerging trend among pitchers in today’s game in their never-ending quest to gain advantage over hitters. Pitch tunneling has become a polarizing topic in the game of baseball and something that has become more prevalent in recent years. There is no dictionary definition for the term, but luckily, some very smart people have been able to put it into layman’s terms. As SABR President Vince Gennaro describes it: “Think of a pitcher that has two different pitches in his repertoire that he throws out of a very similar release point and their pathway initially is very similar but at some point they diverge significantly.” Essentially, pitchers are disguising pitches and putting hitters even more on their heels, as if hitting weren’t difficult enough already. Just take a look at the image below: Business Insider released a great video on the science of hitting a 95 mph fastball. The green area above is the amount of time (125 ms) it takes for a hitter to gauge a pitch. Absurd. It takes 300-400 ms just to blink. In a recent study, Contribution of Visual Information About Ball Trajectory to Baseball Hitting Accuracy, published in Plos One, res...

P.E.I. Justice Department investigating prisoner escape

Fans, friends and teammates celebrate the NBA legend and his daughter at Staples Center in Los Angeles. A holding-cell door that was left unlocked contributed to the escape of two prisoners from the courthouse in Charlottetown last Thursday. Justin James Reynolds, 35, pleaded guilty to the escape and to mischief. He was sentenced to 90 days in jail for the escape, and for other unrelated crimes. Court also heard that a second door in the secure area of the courthouse was damaged during the incident. That door was normally kept secure by an electronic lock and there is a surveillance camera in the holding cell area. “Any areas of opportunity for improved process out of this review will certainly be implemented,” a written statement from the department to CBC News said. Police were called around 2 p.m. Thursday, after a member of the public saw men in leg shackles making their way through a downtown parking lot. Police contacted security staff at the court house who checked the cell and confirmed two prisoners were missing. Both men were back in custody within an hour. Police found Reynolds at a downtown residence. The other man turned himself in at the court house. 3...

Fractal Define 7 Case Review: High Build Quality & Thermal Challenges | GamersNexus

We’ve been hot and cold on Fractal over the past couple years. Their whole lineup has had consistently high build quality, but our opinions have ranged from the highly-rated Meshify cases that have excellent cooling potential (with some aftermarket fans added in) down to the highly-priced and unexciting Define S2 Vision RGB. Today we’re reviewing the Define 7, successor to the Define R6, a case that fell on the positive end of that scale in our review. We’re sure there’s some reason for Fractal dropping the “R,” but we neglected to ask. As soon as the Define 7 was out of the box, we noticed how lightly tinted the glass was. The Define 7 TG comes in both dark tint and light tint versions, and the light tinted version with a white interior is a stark contrast to almost every other tinted glass case we’ve reviewed. For whatever reason, case manufacturers have tended towards extremely dark glass tints for years, which is a step back from the transparent plastic windows that were more common in the olden days (a decade ago). The choice is there for customers who want the dark tint, but we much prefer clear glass that lets the white interior shine. (cages in forward position; additio...

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