Murray’s late equaliser delays Waterhouse fate

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first_imgAnother nail was just seconds away to being driven in Waterhouse’s Red Stripe Premier League coffin when substitute Rodave Murray, showing great predatory skills, buried an opportunity to draw his team level and possibly delay their inevitable relegation. Murray’s 90th-minute strike was his first in the country’s top-flight football, and it came in only his second game, following a strike by Kenroy Howell in the 23rd, as he gave his team hopes of pulling off a rare victory. Two second-half goals from substitute Chevonne Marsh in the 57th and Dawyne Smith in the 87th set up Cavalier perfectly for the win, until Murray’s late intervention. For Murray, the occasion was bittersweet. “This is my first goal, but it is my second match in the Premier League. My first match was against UWI FC. I am feeling great, but at the same time, I am feeling disappointed. The coach said to us that the aim is to get three points, but we should not leave pointless, and we left with a point, so that is good,” the 18-year-old Dinthill daCosta Cup star said. He added: “I am disappointed because we came out here today looking a victory, and we did not get it.” Though their chances of survival are being written off with each passing match, Murray is still hopeful. KEEP ON FIGHTING “There is still time and opportunity for us, we just have to keep fighting and working hard, and the rest of the competition will tell,” said the youngster, who scored 27 goals for Dinthill last season. Besides trying to help his team survive the drop, Murray, who hails from Orange Field in Linstead, St Catherine, wants to retain his place in the country’s Under-20 squad and earn himself a professional contract. “My dream is to take it to the pro level, so I am just working hard towards that, and good performances in this league will help. “I have been invited to Jamaica’s Under-20 squad, and my aim is to join the team, work hard, and ensure that we qualify for the World Cup,” the youngster explained. At 18, Murray still has another year of eligibility at the schoolboy level, but he could pass on it if the opportunity presents itself. “I have another year at the schoolboy level, but I am not sure if I will return as yet. If I get a professional contract, I will take it. I have had offers from Europe; that is where my agent is based, so we will continue to look until something suitable comes,” Murray said. Murray added that he came close to joining Montego Bay United in the January transfer window. “I was supposed to be with Montego Bay United, but it just wasn’t working out. They wanted me to go to Cornwall College and play for Montego Bay United, but I did not want to leave Dinthill as yet, and Montego Bay is so far away from home,” he said.last_img read more


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first_img Recommended for you Jazz & Soul concert to raise money for Youth instruments Related Items:crystal charles, jazz & soul concert Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 11 Nov 2015 – Young people registered at the Edward Gartland Youth Center are learning how to use brass instruments thanks to instruction from Branford Handfield; talented local musician, singer and songwriter and tonight a fundraiser is set to unfold at the Palms Resort to support the programme. Chrystal Charles, also known as TESS is promising a soul-stirring show and says in addition to her mix of R&B and old school hits, will be a new release performed by Carl Lewis; that Reggae love song is called: ‘For You’. Tickets ($50) are still available for the show; which is tonight from 8pm.center_img Crystal ‘TESS’ Charles hailed as ideal to draw out young talent Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApplast_img read more


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first_imgDorset Police confirmed the body recovered from the plane has been identified as Cardiff striker Emiliano Sala.Sala and pilot David Ibbotson have been missing since the plane they were flying in lost contact with Air Traffic Control on Monday, January 21.Club Statement (07/02/19): https://t.co/ib8zJfWzvCForever in our thoughts 💙— Cardiff City FC (@CardiffCityFC) February 7, 2019A Dorset Police statement on Thursday night via Sky: “The body brought to Portland Port today, Thursday 7 February 2019, has been formally identified by HM Coroner for Dorset as that of professional footballer Emiliano Sala.“The families of Mr Sala and the pilot David Ibbotson have been updated with this news and will continue to be supported by specially-trained family liaison officers. Our thoughts remain with them at this difficult time.English Premier League flops of the week Taimoor Khan – August 25, 2019 The third round of English Premier League football is pretty much over and we need to take a look at players and coaches who…“HM Coroner will continue to investigate the circumstances of this death supported by Dorset Police.“On Monday 21 January 2019, a plane carrying both men was flying from Nantes to Cardiff when it lost contact with Air Traffic Control, north of Guernsey.OFFICIAL: Police have identified a body found on crashed aeroplane as Emiliano Sala. RIP. pic.twitter.com/K5L43bWaEQ— B/R Football (@brfootball) February 7, 2019“Sadly a search and rescue operation was unsuccessful in locating the plane and the two occupants.“Subsequently AAIB and privately funded search teams were deployed to the relevant area. Using specialist equipment, the teams succeeded in locating and identifying the plane and recovering Mr Sala’s body.”last_img read more




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first_imgAs the client did the math and considered the number of people who might call to get a free iPod, he realized it could run into hundreds or thousands. The client started backing off from Ron’s offer. Then Ron, with a twinkle in his eye, said, “But wait a minute, didn’t you just say print advertising is not responsive?”Ron’s point, that the right print ad can be very responsive, had been made. Print is not dead, and print ads can generate response as long as they are designed with a compelling offer. Great story. Thanks Ron! Ron Wall, SVP of publishing at Canon Communications, shares a great story of how he beat a “print ads are dead” objection raised by a client by making him an offer he had to refuse.The client told Ron that print ads were not responsive and therefore of little value. Ron countered by offering a free spread in his magazine. But there was a catch. The ad had to make an offer, have an 800 number, and anyone who called even just to inquire about the offer would get a free iPod.The offer of a free spread got Ron’s client thinking. What would the offer be? How many callers would buy as result? How many iPods would he have to give away? Whoa! A lot of free iPods!last_img read more


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first_imgDan Costa is now senior VP of content for Ziff Davis and editor-in-chief for PC Mag, harnessing his 17 years in technology journalism.”I’ve seen the history of Ziff Davis, both in its heydays and missteps. Now is a great time for the company,” says Costa, a senior editor of PC Mag for over five years prior to his promotions. Costa covered consumer electronics for PC Magazine since 2005 and was editor of the CNET Fortune Technology Review, managing editor at Workstationplanet.com, and columnist at Computer Shopper. With Ziff Davis’ network of sites (PCMag.com, Geek.com, ExtremeTech.com andLogicBUY.com) attracting a 75 percent increase in visits and a 48 percentincrease in page views this past year, the development of device-specific contentis vital. “We’ve done really well in terms of digital and web publishing. If youlook at the number of devices out there, you see that’s really a huge marketfor us.” As both the staff and traffic of Ziff Davis continue to grow, Costa stands by hiring young, passionate digital natives in order to bestdevelop their content and appeal to their fast-paced, digital- savvy audience. A display of the company’s growth, PC Mag increased their labs-tested product reviews from 1200 to over 2000 this past year. Costa plans to keep product reviews at the core of PC Mag‘s mission, as well as developing the best content to ensure increased traffic. In his new role as VP of Content, Costa emphasizes the importance of tailoring contentspecifically to devices.”One of my goals is to develop products that really fit the way readers interact with the content. It’s important to look at thesedevices and realize the content needs to match the device you’re making it for.”Using new technology and digital platforms, Costa says the company isable to scale in ways they never have before.”I see the longer road map we have ahead of us for the company,” saysCosta.last_img read more


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first_imgThe site may be known for its rapid, provocatively headlined news, but the more analytical stories tended to receive extra attention from a core and consistent group of readers.”When we publish analytic work on the site—we span a broad range from news to features to some pretty wonky analysis—we don’t attract a huge audience necessarily for those kinds of posts, but boy are they involved with questions and comments,” says Business Insider president and COO Julie Hansen. “It became obvious that there was an audience who was interested in the deeper analytic work, either intellectually or for their jobs.”Adding on a subscription-based content product is not a new idea for sites like BI, but it’s been a way to hedge against the ups and downs of display and native advertising, and the research content has turned out to be a clever way to link the main, free site and events with the subscription-based product.For starters, BI uses top-level content from the fee-based reports on the main site as a teaser. “For a long report, we’ll take a portion and put it outside the paywall—a portion of the content that’s substantive enough that it’s perfectly fine standing on it’s own, but it’s obviously part of a much bigger report,” says Hansen. “These reports can be anywhere from five to ten pages, they’re pretty meaty.”Behind the paywall, subscribers have access to two reports per week, a daily chart and several weekly news stories—plus all the archival content. The mobile research content library now contains about 300 charts, says Hansen.And it’s not just about the data, format plays a key role. Subscribers also get the data formatted in downloadable PDF and Excel files, or as PowerPoint decks.”We’ve learned that under certain circumstances decks are the best way to tell a particular story,” notes Hansen. “People find enormous value in the collection of data, and the visualization of data can be powerful. But they’re not a panacea. They don’t always work, sometimes a report is what you need to explain the complicated concepts.”Beyond that, the research reports, particularly in deck form, can be magnets for subscribers. A 50-60 slide deck, for example, may become the center of a keynote presentation by BI CEO Henry Blodget. That same deck becomes a sought after presentation by attendees and others. In turn it’s repurposed as a slide show on Business Insider with plenty of marketing copy pointing readers to the subscription site.”It’s the three-legged stool of our business model. The ad side is the biggest by far, but the other two—events and content sales—are working in concert with it in a very cool way,” adds Hansen. Business Insider is expanding its data subscription service, Business Insider Intelligence, to include research and analysis on the social media market. Up to  now, the service only focused on the mobile space.Paid access to research has become a major focus for BI. The service doubled the number of paid subs, which go for $299 each, between the third and fourth quarters last year and is just about to pass 2,000 subscribers.Launched at the beginning of 2012, the research service leverages a small but potentially lucrative slice of the BI audience—site visitors who dug into the occasional data-centric post.last_img read more


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first_img Moby To Sell Over 100 Pieces Of Gear From His Private Collection For Charity Moby To Sell Off Some Of His Gear For Charity moby-sell-over-100-pieces-gear-his-private-collection-charity News Email Twitter The dance music icon is selling some of his most beloved gear for a good causeBrian HaackGRAMMYs Apr 24, 2018 – 2:02 pm Starting April 26, GRAMMY-nominated producer/DJ, author and activist Moby plans to open a new Reverb.com shop in order to sell off more than 100 pieces of his classic studio gear, with plans to donate 100 percent of the profits to charity.”This is the equipment I’ve used to make all my records,” Moby explains in the launch video for his official Reverb Shop. “I have so much equipment and almost all of it has profound sentimental value to me, including synthesizers I started using in the ’80s. But rather than keep it all in storage, I want to sell it for a good cause.”The cause Moby has elected to help raise funds for is the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, an organization which plans to “dramatically [change] the way doctors treat chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, obesity, and cancer,” and “has been working tirelessly for alternatives to the use of animals in medical education and research and advocating for more effective scientific methods,” according to their website.The items Moby plans to sell include the Yamaha SY22 Vector synthesizer he used on his first-ever single release, 1991’s “Go,” as well as the Roland Juno-106 synth used for the bassline of “Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?” from his Best Alternative Music Performance GRAMMY-nominated 1999 LP Play. Also up for grabs are assorted bass and electric guitars Moby has owned and used since the late 1980s, some costume pieces from the music video for “The Perfect Life” that Moby filmed with Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips, as well as  the “crown jewel” of his synth collection: the Roland Jupiter-6 that he used on “almost all of [his] early techno records,” and was once owned by techno pioneer Joey Beltram.”Every penny that’s generated goes to charity,” Moby explains. “I don’t get to keep any of it. I don’t get to keep the equipment, and I don’t get to keep even one cent of the money generated by it.”Getting The Latest Music News Just Got Easier. Introducing: GRAMMY Bot. Find it On KIK and Facebook MessengerRead more Facebook last_img read more


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first_imgBOSTON, MA — Keolis Commuter Services (Keolis), the MBTA’s operating partner, and the MBTA recently announced that, beginning this fall, commuter rail passengers will be able to pay onboard with a credit or debit card. A first for the network, a new mobile point of sale (POS) system has been tested and refined and over the next two months will be expanded to include all conductors.“This upgrade gives our customers an additional, convenient way to pay fares, and gives conductors another way to sell onboard tickets that is easier and simpler than using cash and counting change,” said MBTA General Manager Luis Manuel Ramírez. “As we plan for the future of fare collection that is fully integrated across all modes, this new technology shows that we’ll continue to look for improvements under the existing system.”The technology consists of an app on the conductor’s existing company-issued smartphone, which is now paired with a handheld Bluetooth printer. Using the mobile POS app on his or her smartphone, the conductor selects the station-to-station information to calculate the zone and fare, and processes the transaction.Passengers paying with a credit card onboard will receive a printed ticket receipt that provides trip details, including the date, station of origin and final destination. Passengers can continue to pay onboard with cash or the mTicket app. They can also purchase a ticket through a Ticket Vending Machine or at a ticket office.“This is a feature our passengers requested, and we’re pleased so far with the rollout of the technology,” said David Scorey, CEO and General Manager, Keolis. “It’s just as fast as processing alternative payment options onboard trains, it offers a new feature for our passengers and it provides us with more detailed ridership data. This is a positive modernization initiative for commuter rail riders that we plan to have fully available this fall.”Since it launched in February, the program has processed thousands of onboard credit card transactions, and passenger feedback on this new feature has been very positive. Most riders say it is a fast, easy and convenient option, and it allows them to keep money in their pocket for purchases that require cash. Today, approximately 46 conductors, or 10 percent of the total conductor workforce, are using these systems and accept credit card payments onboard trains.(NOTE: The above press release is from Keolis.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedMBTA Adds Extra Late-Night Commuter Rail Trains For This Weekend’s Lowell Folk FestivalIn “Government”MBTA To Resume Special $10 Weekend Commuter Rail Fare Pilot ProgramIn “Government”Wilmington Commuter Rail Riders To See 50 Cent Increase In Fares Beginning July 1In “Government”last_img read more