OTTAWA — The final budget of the Trudeau government’s mandate will scatter billions in fresh spending — on everything from pharmacare to retraining workers to first-time home buyers — as the Liberals commit to an electoral fight that pits their deficit-spending vision versus the Conservatives’ balanced-books approach.Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s budget Tuesday resembled Liberal economic plans that preceded it: the government will exhaust a big windfall, run near-term deficits of about $20 billion and offer no timeline to return to balance.A stronger economy last year delivered an unexpected revenue bump that will flood an extra $27.8 billion into the federal treasury over the next six years, compared to government predictions in its November economic update.With seven months to go before the election, Morneau’s plan will spread the cash around. Most of it will be aimed at Canadians’ pocketbooks.Funding for some of Tuesday’s commitments will only start kicking in after October’s election, giving voters the chance to weigh in on the budget’s contents at the ballot box.The Liberals’ spending path places them in stark contrast with the Opposition Conservatives, who have called on the government to rein in spending.“The opposition would like to see us make cuts very rapidly — their idea is balance the budget at any cost,” Morneau told a news conference Tuesday after being asked about his deficits.“Well, if we had taken that approach in 2015 we would not be where we are today with a better outcome for middle-class Canadians. We’d be in a more difficult spot.”The measures in Morneau’s fiscal blueprint cover a lot of territory, with a clear focus on individuals — particularly younger adults — as opposed to businesses. The plan includes:— $4.6 billion over five years to help more Canadians afford and access skills training to keep up with the rapidly evolving workforce— $4.5 billion over five years to improve living conditions for Indigenous Peoples— $1.8 billion over four years to enhance the guaranteed income supplement for low-income seniors— $885 million over five years to make homes more affordable for first-time buyers— $500 million per year, starting in 2022-23, to help cover the cost of drugs for rare diseases.The government will make several large, one-time investments for 2018-19, including $2.2 billion worth of new infrastructure funding and $1 billion towards improving energy efficiency.The budget also pledges to commit up to $3.9 billion in support for supply-managed dairy, egg and poultry farmers affected by recent trade deals with the Asia-Pacific and Europe.Even with these investments, Ottawa’s fiscal track promises to be a key issue on the campaign trail.The annual deficit projections in Tuesday’s budget — which reach as high as $19.8 billion — are less than one percentage point of Canada’s gross domestic product, a modest level when compared internationally.Still, the Liberals will be forced to explain themselves repeatedly until election day.They came to power in 2015 on a platform that vowed to post annual deficits of no more than $10 billion and to return to balance by 2019.After the 2015 election, the Trudeau government abandoned the promise, arguing more investments were needed to lift Canada’s long-term economic growth. Instead, Morneau has focused on lowering the net debt-to-GDP ratio — a measure of how burdensome the national debt is — each year even as the actual debt has increased.In his budget speech Tuesday, Morneau tried to reassure the House of Commons that the shortfalls will start to shrink.“We’re going to make these investments to grow our economy for the long term — while we bring the books back towards balance,” he said.The budget’s planning horizon showed the deficit will shrink to $9.8 billion by 2023-24.The Conservatives have attacked the Liberals for breaking their deficit promise and have demanded Morneau map out a return to balanced books. They’ve accused the government of borrowing today on the backs of future generations.Leaders in corporate Canada and some economists have also criticized the Liberal deficits, especially since they’ve come during good economic times when many believe governments should be focused on paying off debt.A big question is what will become of the Liberal spending plan — and how big the shortfalls will grow — when Canada is hit by the next economic downturn.The economy has had a good run, but experts say it’s debatable how much of Canada’s recent economic performance has come from Liberal policies and how much has been a result of the stronger U.S. and global economies.— Follow @AndyBlatchford on TwitterAndy Blatchford, The Canadian Press read more
TORONTO — The Toronto stock market closed higher Thursday on the final day of first-quarter trading with the market finding support from a surprise profit from tech giant BlackBerry amid the rollout of its new touchscreen Z10 smartphone.The S&P/TSX composite index gained 50.25 points to 12,749.9.BlackBerry shares (TSX:BB) (NASDAQ:BBRY) closed up 29 cents or almost two per cent at $15.09 after the company posted a profit of US$98-million or 19 cents per share compared with a loss of $125-million or 24 cents per share a year ago.But the quarter, which ended March 2, didn’t include Z10 sales from the United States since major U.S. carriers didn’t start rolling out the smartphone until last week. And BlackBerry’s subscriber base, which had been growing until the third quarter, fell to 76 million from 79 million, a sign that more people ditched their BlackBerry in favour of competitors’ phones.The TSX was in the red for much of the session as another round of worry about the future of the eurozone weighed on sentiment during the final day of a shortened trading week ahead of the Easter holiday weekend.“There hasn’t really been much in the way of good news out of anywhere,” said Colin Cieszynski, market analyst at CMC Markets Canada.“Europe is totally dragging, and if anything, it looks like their problems just keep getting worse.”The Canadian dollar shed early gains to close up 0.05 of a cent at 98.43 cents US amid January gross domestic product figures that showed Canada’s economy grew at a faster than expected clip after faltering at the end of 2012.Statistics Canada reported that real gross domestic product in January grew by 0.2%. That was better than the 0.1% gain economists had expected and followed a 0.2% dip in December.U.S. indexes registered gains going into the weekend amid other data that showed that the U.S. economy grew at a slightly faster but still anemic rate at the end of last year.The Dow Jones industrials index gained 52.38 points to another record high of 14,578.54.The Nasdaq composite index was 11 points higher to 3,267.52 while the S&P 500 index closed at an all-time high, jumping 6.34 points to 1,569.19, surpassing a previous record from Oct. 9, 2007.The Commerce Department says the economy grew at an annual rate of 0.4% in the October-December quarter. That was slightly better than the previous estimate of 0.1% growth. The revision reflected stronger business investment and export sales.Traders looked to Cyprus where banks reopened after a nearly two-week shutdown as the tiny Mediterranean country negotiated a bailout agreement with international creditors that will see many large depositors lose a big chunk of their money.“It opens up a Pandora’s box and who can trust their banks now?” added Cieszynski. The mood was generally calm despite some long queues at certain branches. Cyprus has imposed capital controls to prevent a run on the banks, the first time such measures have been taken since the euro was established in 1999.The TSX ended the week flat after the Cyprus bailout agreement was clinched in the early hours of Monday morning. Early relief gave way to concern that the Cyprus bailout agreement may be a model for the future.The industrials group led advancers, up 1.64% with Canadian Pacific Railway (TSX:CP) ahead $3.48 to $132.54.The utilities sector was up 1.4% as Canadian Utilities (TSX:CU) gained $1.59 to $80.51.The financials sector was ahead 0.49% with CIBC (TSX:CM) ahead 75 cents to $79.68.May copper shed early gains and closed four cents lower at US$3.40 a pound and the base metals sector gained 0.4%. HudBay Minerals (TSX:HBM) rose 16 cents to $9.77.The energy sector was slightly lower as May crude on the New York Mercantile Exchange climbed 65 cents to US$97.23 a barrel.Suncor Energy (TSX:SU) shares added four cents to $30.44 after it announced Wednesday it was not going ahead with its troubled Voyageur oil sands upgrader project, citing market conditions which have changed significantly, challenging the economics of the project. Suncor took a $1.49-billion writedown on Voyageur in the fourth quarter of 2012.The company said it will take a charge to its first quarter net income and cash flow from operations of approximately $140-million and $180-million respectively as a result of the decision.The gold sector was down about 0.49 per cent as June bullion fell $11.50 to US$1,595.70 an ounce. Iamgold Corp. (TSX:IMG) faded five cents to $7.33. The TSX Venture Exchange edged up 1.21 points to 1,099. read more
The first of more than 150,000 refugees who fled fighting in the eastern region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) will begin to go home from Tanzania next month to the most secure areas under an official voluntary repatriation operation, the United Nations High Commission for Refuges (UNHCR) said today.A Tripartite Commission meeting between the two governments and UNHCR in Kinshasa, DRC’s capital, late last week decided that some of the 152,284 Congolese refugees in Nyaragusu, Lugufu I, and Lugufu II camps will start the trek home by boat and bus on 15 October, it said.UNHCR’s representative in Tanzania, Chrysantus Ache, cautioned: “The capacities to receive returnees in their home areas without creating a humanitarian crisis and the logistical means for the actual movement put limits on the number of refugees we can repatriate every week.”Some refugees have been interested in the voting for the constitution and political representation scheduled from November to April, but Mr. Ache said: “You cannot expect that a large number of refugees will return in time for the voter registration in the DRC, therefore we need to de-link refugee repatriation from the electoral process.”Meanwhile, more than 800 “spontaneous” returnees have been reported every week since August and their total since October of last year number more than 14,000. They have arrived mostly from Tanzania, but also from Rwanda and Burundi. read more
http://jrnl.ie/3113951 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article 1,043 Views Dec 3rd 2016, 3:00 PM Short URL OCA PRODUCES MULTICOLOURED tubers with a very distinct lemony flavour when raw, and nutty when cooked. It is harvested at this time of the year. Oca tubers are a good source of calcium, iron and carbohydrates.SowingGetting your hands on oca tubers to sow will probably be the hardest part of growing them. Check out good garden centres, or good online horticultural retailers like Mr Middleton, The Organic Centre, Seed Savers or GIY. Or ask at your local GIY group.Oca can be grown happily outside but might produce a better crop in a polytunnel or greenhouse. You can either sow your oca tubers in pots for later transplanting or sow them directly in the soil.Sow in potsSow individually in 15cm pots filled with multi-purpose compost in April. Leave the pots indoors as the emerging tips are frost-sensitive. Plant out in late May when the risk of frost has passed. You might want to keep them covered with fleece if growing outside.Sow directlySow in May directly in the soil about 10cm deep. The advice of spacing oca plants varies – anything from 30 to 90cm – they are quite a bushy little plant so I would allow around 40cm or so to give it room to grow. The more space it has, the more tubers you will get.GrowingOca plants are slightly unusual looking – they are bushier than a potato plant with more decorative leaves. Similar to potatoes, oca plants are ‘earthed up’ during the growing season – that means that we draw soil up around the plants to encourage more tuber development.Regular watering is also essential, particularly from September on (if dry) as this is when the tubers are starting to form and need water to grow bigger. A mulch of compost or other organic matter in the summer will preserve moisture and also feed the plant.HarvestingUnlike potatoes, which are harvested from summer onwards, with oca you are better to leave them alone until very late in the year – November or even December if possible. This is because oca plants do not produce their tubers until late in the season.The plants may well be killed off by a frost in early winter, but the tubers are still forming (with food moving down from the stems of the plant to the tubers), so leave well alone. Harvest and dry the tubers, handling them carefully not to damage them.You will get about 15 tubers from each healthy plant. Store in a hessian sack or a box of sand in a frost-free place until the spring. When they start to sprout in the spring, you’re ready to start planting them again.In the kitchen, oca has a variety of uses – basically anything you can do to a potato, you can do with oca. But generally speaking in our house it’s sort of a delicacy when we have it so we generally just bake them whole in the oven with lots of seasoning and some olive oil.The tubers don’t need to be peeled, just washed well.Recommended VarietiesThere are no varietal names, but there are different colours of oca, everything from normal potato-coloured to yellow, red, purple and even black.ProblemsThere are no major pest or disease issues. Hurrah for that.GIY TipsOca is also known as “South American Wood Sorrel” and is related to the common wood sorrel. Oca leaves can also be harvested sparingly as an interesting, lemony addition to the salad bowl.GROW HQThe home of the GIY movement and our brand new food education centre, GROW HQ, is finally open in Waterford city. In addition to our 65-seat homegrown food café and shop, we’ve a range of growing and cooking courses happening weekly. For courses happening this month, check out www.growhq.org.Recipe of the Week – Warm Oca and Anchovy Salad Source: Shutterstock/Sokor MariiaIt’s a testament to how rare oca is that you won’t find loads of recipes online the way you will for almost every other recipe. I did come across this delicious recipe on permaculture.co.uk.Serves 4-6.Ingredients4-500g oca60ml extra virgin olive oil50g anchovy fillets, drained if in oil3 plump cloves of garlic, peeled and finely slicedA small bunch of flat leaved parsley, leaves picked and stalks reservedSea salt and freshly ground black pepperDirectionsCut the oca so that they are in approximately equal-sized pieces. Chop the parsley stems finely and put to one side.Boil or steam the oca for about 10 minutes until they just give in the middle when you test them with a sharp knife. Strain the oca and leave to drain and air dry in a colander or sieve while you prepare the dressing in the pan you used to cook them.Make sure the pan is dry. Add the olive oil and heat over a low-medium heat. You need the oil to warm the anchovies and garlic but not to brown them.Add the anchovies, garlic and parsley stems and cook gently, stirring frequently until the anchovies have melted. Take the pan off the heat and add the oca and chopped parsley leaves to the pan.Stir the oca gently in the flavoured oil to coat thoroughly. Check seasoning and season to taste, give another stir and tuck in.Michael Kelly is a freelance journalist, author and founder of GIY.Click here for more GIY tips and recipes. Saturday 3 Dec 2016, 3:00 PM Grower Michael Kelly Rediscover your roots: ‘Exotic oca thrives in Irish gardens’ Cultivated by the Incas since ancient times, oca is a potato-type crop that’s blight resistant and easy to grow, writes Michael Kelly. By Michael Kelly Share Tweet Email3 3 Comments read more
Source: TheJournal.ie/YouTubeVideo by Nicky RyanTAOISEACH LEO VARADKAR has said he has no objection to the prospect of Irish farmers diversifying and growing cannabis in the future. In a wide-ranging interview with TheJournal.ie, where Varadkar discussed John Delaney, Brexit, Peter Casey and the European elections, the Taoiseach said in light of Brexit, supports for the exposed beef sector are needed, in order to reorientate them towards new markets and new businesses. Health Minister Simon Harris acknowledged that the “lack of availability of cannabis products in Ireland remains the most critical barrier to full implementation” of the medicinal access scheme. The health minister supported the idea of Irish farmers growing the drug, stating that it ”could be an opportunity for Irish farmers in due course”.In December, the Irish Farmer’s Association told TheJournal.ie that it is open to meeting the health minister to discuss the possibility of farmers growing cannabis for medicinal use.Medicinal cannabis market Today, beef farmers and those in the sector will attend the Oireachtas Agriculture Committee. Could cannabis be that market? “I am not an expert in the cultivation of cannabis – medicinal or otherwise – so I am not sure how well it would grow in Ireland,” said the Taoiseach. “It is the case in Ireland that medicinal cannabis is legal. Now getting a licence from the minister is complicated and we are trying to improve that, but at the moment it is not possible to grow it so it has to be imported. Many have to go to the Netherlands to pharmacies to get it there,” he added.After two years of delays, the Department of Health has identified a supplier in Denmark, confirmed Varadkar. “From a whole common sense point of view if something is legal in Ireland – and it is, with a prescription – why import from the Netherlands or Denmark when we could grow it here? So it is nothing that I have an objection to, but I am not sure if it is a viable alternative for many farmers. I am not sure how much would actually be needed because there is only a relatively small number of patients who currently have a licence or would benefit from it,” he added. Everyone has a bit of a breather from Brexit, with the exit date being kicked out six months.A second Brexit referendum?But talk of a second Brexit referendum has resurfaced. A second referendum is needed, according to former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern and former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, who both made a case for it in a joint op-ed at the weekend. Would Taoiseach support such a move? He told TheJournal.ie that it would be most “unhelpful” for him to talk about such a move, stating that it would only spur on the “extreme Brexiteer elements” into saying that Ireland was just another European country trying to tell the British people what to do. “‘Isn’t this why we’re leaving?’” – that’s what they would say, according to Varadkar. However, in the same breath he said, if Westminster wanted to, it could hold another referendum, stating that parliament is “supreme”. “They do have the authority to have a second referendum if they so wish,” he said. “I’m pro-European, I would love to see the United Kingdom stay in the European Union. Europe is their home, and Europe is stronger with Britain in it, and if they made the decision to stay then I’d welcome them with open arms, it would be the prodigal son returning.” Source: TheJournal.ie/YouTubeWhile Bertie and Blair felt“duty-bound” to write the op-ed on their thoughts on the current Brexit situation, Varadkar is careful not to rock the boat, but he is a bit more optimistic. “I suppose I am more optimistic – you go through different periods of optimism and pessimism – one thing I am optimistic about is I think is no-deal, even though I do think it is a possibility and could happen by accident, is increasingly unlikely,” he said. Some form of a customs union could be the answer to everyone’s problems, he added. When asked if it is a realistic proposition, he said: I do. But I think it is something the British government have to want and ask for. If you reduce it to some very simple terms. What is a customs union? It means that the UK will still have free trade with all of the European Union including Ireland without any tariffs, without any quotas, without the need for any rules or regulations around rules of origin, that would be very good for us, because it helps solve some of the border issues, makes sections of the backstop unnecessary and then you would have something that is very valuable for our farmers, who would continue to have access to the British market. 46 Comments By Christina Finn Apr 16th 2019, 12:05 AM 29,663 Views As the clock ticks down, get all the best Brexit news and analysis in your inbox: So I think it would be a good thing if they were to stay in the EU customs union or negotiate a new customs union with the EU, but again that is something they would have to want. ‘If only the House of Commons could do the same’Despite France’s Emmanuel Macron’s objections to a long extension, one was granted to the UK. Did Varadkar help convince him to change his mind. “No, quite frankly there was a difference of opinion. Macron favouring a shorter extension, us favouring a longer one and we came up with a compromise, that is how the EU works, it is also why it works. It is interesting that 27 countries can come to a compromise in a few hours. If only the House of Commons could do the same in a few months,” he said with a smile on his face. Before German Chancellor Angela Merkel paid a visit to Ireland, there was rumours the time-limited backstop was back on the table. The Taoiseach said it is not. It is something that is off the table – it is not something that has come up with meetings I have had with Chancellor Merkel or President Macron. It didn’t come up in Brussels last week, it didn’t come up with my phone conversation with Theresa May so I am not sure where that is coming from but our position on that has been steady. A backstop with a time limit is not a backstop.While Varadkar is careful to be sensitive to matters across the water when it comes for calls for a second referendum, he also doesn’t think now is the time for discussions about a united Ireland. He believes it would come down to sectarian lines of “Catholics versus Protestants, nationalists versus unionists”, and in his opinion, a border poll would be lost if held now. “To do something that would be divisive and then have it defeated I don’t see what would be achieved by it,” he said. He denied that Fine Gael was distancing itself from its slogan: “the united Ireland party”. “We do believe in a united Ireland, but we want that to be done by consent.”A vote for Mick and Clare? Source: TheJournal.ie/YouTubeOne vote that will be taking place this year is the European elections. The candidates submitted their papers today, and it is an interesting bunch. It includes former presidential candidate, Peter Casey, who had strong words for the Taoiseach during the campaign, and vice versa. What does the Taoiseach make of Casey’s bid for Europe?I see Peter Casey is interested in joining the EPP group, which is Fine Gael’s group in the European Parliament, and it is the biggest most influential group, so it does make sense to be in it, although I had thought he wanted to be the leader of Fianna Fáil a few weeks ago…Would Casey be welcome in the EPP? Varadkar had reservations: He would have to sign up to the values of the EPP which I am not sure he would be able to. But like I say,having wanted to be leader of Fianna Fáil a few months ago, I am not sure, he might change his mind in a few months time.There are a couple who might get a vote from Leo, and they are not in his own party – Independents 4 Change Mick Wallace and Clare Daly. “They are serious politicians. I don’t agree with them on everything but I agree with them on more things than people may believe,” said Varadkar, adding: “We don’t necessarily agree, but both he [Mick Wallace] and Clare [Daly] have well-considered and well-informed views and I have always found them to be respectful. They are not the type of people to score points. They are serious people. Needless to say, while I am sure I would be giving them a preference, they will be well down the list after the Fine Gael candidates.” Short URL Share545 Tweet Email3 ‘I’m no expert in the cultivation of cannabis’: Taoiseach supports idea of Irish farmers growing cannabis in the future In a wide-ranging interview with TheJournal.ie, Varadkar discussed John Delaney, Brexit, Peter Casey and the European elections. Tuesday 16 Apr 2019, 12:05 AM https://jrnl.ie/4592445 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article read more
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram The Greek Glenti in Darwin was blessed with wonderful weather as more than 35,000 people enjoyed a Greek party in the top end.The weekeend’s crowds enjoyed traditional Greek dance and music and the food was a definite star of the weekend – from the sizzling souvla to the Greek School’s loukoumatha’s to the two and a half tonnes of octopus eaten. “It was a great atmosphere,” the president of the Greek Orthodox Community of Northern Territory, John Nicolakis, told Neos Kosmos. The Greek Glenti is now in its 24th year and Mr Nicolakis says the community has already begun working on its 25 year anniversary next year.“We are organising a fireworks display and we hope to have more than one band participating,” he says promising next year is “going to be even better”.“Every year it’s getting bigger and bigger and we have to grow with it.” read more
Le chinois Baidu s’associe à Microsoft Comme de nombreuses rumeurs le laissaient supposer, le moteur de recherche chinois Baidu a signé un partenariat avec Microsoft afin d’utiliser Bing sur son propre portail. Près d’un an après le retrait de Google en Chine, c’est vers Microsoft qu’a décidé de se tourner Baidu, le moteur de recherche leader du marché chinois. Aujourd’hui, les deux géants ont en effet officialisé leur partenariat en annonçant l’arrivée de Bing, sur le portail de Baidu. Selon les termes de l’alliance, le moteur de recherche de Microsoft devrait automatiquement apparaitre pour toute recherche effectuée en langue anglaise. À lire aussiLe secret de mystérieuses pyramides chinoises enfin percé ?”La coopération entre Baidu et Microsoft renforcera la dominance de Baidu sur le marché des moteurs de recherche en Chine et rendra les opportunités commerciale de Google en Chine plus difficiles”, a déclaré Dong Xu, analyste chez Analysys International cité par Reuters. Alors que Bing détenait une part de marché négligeable en Chine, ce nouveau partenariat devrait également permettre à Microsoft d’accroitre sa présence dans le pays qui compte aujourd’hui plus de 450 millions d’internautes. Le 4 juillet 2011 à 18:36 • Emmanuel Perrin read more
The Citizens’ skipper talked about how he’s celebrating ten years at the club and what his future awaitsThis season, Belgian center-back Vincent Kompany is celebrating 10 years at Manchester City.And to celebrate he says he wants to play as long as he can in the English Premier League club.“Aside from having had some injuries I’m lucky to be a really good athlete naturally, so I still feel mobile, I still feel strong, I feel like I’m still improving and learning about the game,” he told the Citizens’ official website.“I’m enjoying the game more than I’ve ever enjoyed the game. You want to make it last as long as you can.”Solskjaer praises Harry Maguire after Man United’s 1-0 win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer singled out Harry Maguire for praise after helping Manchester United keep a clean sheet in their 1-0 win over Leicester City.“I’ll be connected with City for the rest of my life, as a fan, as an employee, as an ambassador. Whatever City decide or I decide, it’s not something we can undo. We’re tied to each other for life,” he added.Kompany told the City website that one of the things he enjoys the most is the rivalry with Manchester United.“If you live outside of Manchester you can take it out of context sometimes, where you can think it’s all hate, and I don’t think it is,” he said.“From being in Manchester now for a long time, and being around the normal supporters, you feel like we both love our clubs.”He finished his interview by saying: “we are all the same. We talk the same, behave the same virtually, but some talk a little bit more nonsense than others – and usually, they wear a red shirt.” read more
Lightroom Classic lets photographers edit and catalog photos. The newer non-Classic Lightroom has some advantages but is missing many features. Screenshot by Stephen Shankland/CNET Adobe released a slew of Lightroom updates last week. But one thing didn’t change: the awkward split between two versions of the photo editing and cataloging software.Lightroom got its start in 2006 on MacOS and later Windows, storing the photo library right there on your personal computer. But modernizing for smartphones, tablets and cloud computing put Adobe in a pickle. It needed to decide whether to retool the existing Lightroom software or make a fresh start.Adobe chose a combination of both routes, forcing Lightroom customers to make the decision instead. If you want more power than Apple Photos or Google Photos can offer, you must choose between the newer, internet-savvy Lightroom and the older, beefier version now called Lightroom Classic. And you must choose carefully because moving your photos from one to the other isn’t easy.”For a very long time, Lightroom’s place in my studio was an automatic decision. I’m now testing alternatives,” said Mike Wren, a professional photographer in Albany, New York. He’s used Lightroom since the first public beta, but now he’s troubled by the idea of paying for a cloud service that lacks Lightroom Classic abilities.The situation illustrates the difficulties of the ever-shifting foundations of the computing industry. One year Windows PCs might be hot, then it’s the web, then it’s mobile devices. Moving aggressively to modernize can alienate customers — as Windows 8 did when Microsoft tried to adapt to the touch-screen era. But moving too slowly opens the door for challengers — and indeed a long list of competitors are trying to lure away Lightroom customers.That fork in the roadThe central difficulty has been coping with a profound change in how to Lightroom anchors its data, said Tom Hogarty, senior director of product management for photography at Adobe. In other words, where is the primary version of a photo stored — on your laptop or in the cloud — and what is merely a temporary copy linked to it?”We are talking about a 12-year-old product architecture designed from the beginning to respect the file and folder system as the truth,” Hogarty said, meaning that photos on your laptop drive are the primary files. “It’s a very difficult adjustment to respect the cloud as the truth.”Adobe is particularly sensitive to the risks of introducing instability to software many people rely on for a living. As a result, Adobe chose to make two versions of Lightroom for PCs instead of overhauling only one.”We got to a fork in the road,” Hogarty said. Adobe concluded it would “get to market faster with an entirely cloud-native solution if we have a second desktop app.”The result was the introduction of Lightroom CC in 2017 and the rebranding of the older Lightroom as Lightroom Classic CC. (With last week’s update, Adobe dropped the “CC” labels.)Pick your Lightroom foundationBoth PC versions of Lightroom can link to Lightroom for iOS, Android and the web. But Lightroom and Lightroom Classic remain significantly different.Lightroom Classic stores photos on your computer or attached external drives, offering abundant capacity but lacking the multi-device access you may be accustomed to with tools like Apple Photos, Google Docs and Microsoft OneDrive. It costs $10 per month, a price that also gets you the venerable Photoshop. You can export some photos so they’re available online and in mobile apps, but only in limited-resolution form.Meanwhile, the newer Lightroom works on all your devices and costs $10 per month, but if your photo catalog is more than a terabyte, you’ll have to pay for more storage, starting at $20 per month for 2TB. There’s no ability to keep part of your library on a local drive where you don’t have to pay for it.”I had Lightroom CC, and it was impossible to use in Santa Fe where internet is bad to spotty. So I bought a year of Lightroom Classic, but this might be the last time,” said photographer Lane Hartwell. She doesn’t need her photo catalog in the cloud and is considering a move to Phase One’s Capture One Pro or Alien Skin Exposure X4 competes with Lightroom.Other Lightroom competitors include Skylum’s Luminar, ON1’s Photo Raw, Bergen’s Darkroom, DxO PhotoLab and Corel AfterShot. What’s in Classic but missing in LightroomAdobe has fleshed out the newer Lightroom, for example adding panorama and HDR creation abilities in February and color fringe correction this month. Adobe chooses what to add based on factors like performance and photographer workflow, said Sharad Mangalick, an Adobe principal product manager.”We’re not doing a copy-paste between Classic and Lightroom,” Mangalick said. “Our goal is to continue improving both Lightroom and Classic to meet the needs of pros and non-pros … We’ve closed the gap on editing features and are now getting into workflow.” Lightroom’s new texture tool works everywhere, but new tutorials and sharing abilities are only coming to the newer Lightroom versions for PCs, phones and tablets.Enlarge ImageThe texture tool now in all versions of Adobe Lightroom lets you bring out textural details like in these mandarin duck feathers (click to zoom in). Stephen Shankland/CNET Yet Lightroom Classic customers might well miss features they like in non-Classic Lightroom. Among them:Detailed controls for importing and exporting photos.The ability to create virtual copies of photos — editing variations based on the same original source photo.Systems for printing photos and photo books and for creating slideshows and web pages.A geotagging tool to add location data to photos.Earlier this month, Adobe tested an increase in the minimum monthly price to $20 for Lightroom Classic, though that test has ended. “We try everything we can do to ensure we’re broadcasting that we believe in and love Lightroom Classic,” Hogarty said.But it was enough to spook customers like Canadian photographer Gary Simmons. “I’m a huge Lightroom Classic fan, and I’ve been preaching it since Lightroom 3 [from 2010]. But I’m a hobbyist now, and Lightroom is already almost CAD$200 a year,” he said. “I’m on Lightroom Classic for now, but when my one year expires, I’ll move probably to Luminar.”Lightroom’s keyword crunchOne key hurdle is the issue of keywords — labels like “wedding,” “butterfly,” “skiing” or “France” that you can attach so you can sort your photos better.If you migrate your Lightroom Classic photo catalog to Lightroom, the keywords will make the journey — once. Keywords from new photos you add won’t show up. And any keywords added in non-Classic Lightroom — PC, Android, iOS or the web — won’t make it back to the separate Lightroom Classic catalog. There’s no sync across the barrier.”It’s very frustrating that simple keywords and people tags don’t sync between Classic and cloud,” Wren said. That disconnect is a “huge shame” in particular because he likes taking photos with Lightroom’s camera app on his phone.One of the top-ranked issues on Adobe’s forums is the complaint that keywords don’t sync between the two versions of Lightroom.Keyword sync is “not on the near-term roadmap,” Hogarty said. The reason: Lightroom Classic offers hierarchical keywords so you can use categories like “birds” or “hotels,” but the newer Lightroom versions don’t. In principle, Adobe could add an ability to convert back and forth across the boundary, but it’s a much higher priority to improve the reliability of other photo sync issues, he said.Two Lightroom versions forever?Evaluated solely on features and interface, the new Lightroom is a good fit for plenty of photographers for whom Lightroom Classic’s options are bewildering or needless. What remains unclear is whether Lightroom will ever grow up to be a good cloud-first alternative for those who need Lightroom Classic’s deeper abilities.Adobe said only that Lightroom will improve: “While the cloud-native Lightroom is newer, it will acquire features over time just like Lightroom Classic did as it evolved from the original launch in 2006.”Both versions are professional-grade photo tools, Adobe said. But if you’re looking to upgrade from Google Photos or Apple Photos for now, you’ll have to decide what you need and what you can live without before picking one of the options.Originally published May 20, 5 a.m. PT.Update, 11:17 a.m. PT to detail Adobe’s concern about not introducing new instability. Correction, May 21, 2:28 p.m. PT: In an earlier version of this story, Sharad Mangalick’s title was incorrect. It’s principal product manager. Share your voice Comments 6 Adobe Creative Cloud Adobe Lightroom Tags Photography Software read more
Warangal: Warangal Urban District Collector Prashanth Jeevan Patil on Monday cracked whip on officials concerned to go tough on hospitals and diagnostic centres that were resorting to pre-natal sex determination tests, violating the Pre Conception Pre Natal Determination Techniques (Prohibition of Sex Selection) Act, 1994 (PCPNDT). The Collector who chaired the District Level Task Force meeting here on Monday reviewed the implementation of Beti Bachao Beti Padhao programme. Also Read – Non-bailable warrant to Congress leader Renuka Chowdhury Advertise With Us Surprised over learning that there was not even a single case was booked under the PCPNDT Act in Urban District, the Collector instructed the DM&HO to conduct decoy operations to expose foetal sex determination being clandestinely carried by clinics and diagnostic centres. “At least one case the officials need to book by the end of August,” the Collector said, stating that it works as a stern warning to those institutions continuing pre natal sex-determination illegally. Also Read – Hyderabad: Wall collapse in Kukatpally damages four cars Advertise With Us The Collector emphasised the need for conducting awareness campaigns about Childline 1098 Service, the country’s first toll-free helpline for street children in distress, and 104 Services that offer medical health support services (MHSS). “The officials need to display the data (January 1, 2018 to June 2019) of ‘boy to girl birth ratio’ in gram panchayats and health centres,” Patil said. Advertise With Us He also directed the officials to collect the data of couple which opted for family planning even though their two children are female. These girls should be enrolled in the Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana (SSY), a government-backed savings scheme as part of the Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao Yojana for the benefit of the girl child. The Collector also emphasised the need for organising self-defence training, and counselling programmes for the girls studying in Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas (KGBVs). He told the officials to establish Balika Manch, aimed at putting an end to domestic violence and also providing a secure environment to the school-going girls, in KGBV, Model and 68 high schools in the district. The Collector also told the officials to initiate measures to stop child marriages. read more
Fortunately, the tourist survived the ordeal with minor injuries. A Bali-based Instagram page shared footage of the girl being carried by a man and receiving medical attention after the incident. Sharing the incident on Instagram as a warning, they wrote: “Please like and share this video so more people understand how dangerous it is to stand this close! Please stop and be careful! You still have an amazing view 20m from the edge.” The woman was posing for a photo on an island off Bali.Twitter/@PDChineseIn a dramatic video that has been doing the rounds on the internet, a girl standing in front of a cliff near the water on the Indonesian island of Nusa Lembongan can be seen knocked over by a terrifying wave. The incident happened at Devil’s Tear, which is a popular tourist destination in Indonesia.The woman was posing for a photo on an island off Bali. The footage captured shows the terrifying moment when a huge wave swept away the tourist while she was standing with her arms outstretched. The video has gone viral on Chinese social media.Here is the footage.花季少女，巨浪吞噬，命懸一線 pic.twitter.com/qTo7vDyDRu— 人民日報 People’s Daily (@PDChinese) March 17, 2019Several people can be heard screaming in the video as they crawl for safety and the woman disappears from view. Meanwhile, the footage was first shared on Facebook on Friday and went quickly viral from there, according to Daily Mail. read more
House of Delegates Majority Whip Talmadge Branch (D-45), is pushing a bill that would expand the Safe Streets violence deterrent program, which has demonstrated strong success in the four Baltimore communities where it has been implemented: Cherry Hill, McElderry Park, Park Heights and Sandtown-Winchester.The legislation, which passed the House last Friday by a vote of 125-13, would add 10 new sites for the program. The bill now moves to the Senate.Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh engaging Baltimore residents, including grassroots leaders, during a “Call to Action,”meeting. (Photo courtesy Mayor’s Office)It is the type of grassroots program Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh embraces; one that has produced empirical evidence that it works.“It is a program that works,” Pugh told the AFRO. “Instead of being grant funded, we’re making it City funded. In fact, they are celebrating 500 days with no murders in the areas that Safe Streets patrol.” The program was originally implemented in Baltimore in 2007, under the umbrella of the Baltimore City Health Department, with a $1.6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Justice, to replicate Chicago’s CeaseFire program. Now, Safe Streets will be housed within the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice.Pugh has also moved to bring the Boston-based Roca anti-violence program, which targets young people 17-24, who are most vulnerable to violence and crime. It currently serves 21 communities in Massachusetts. Roca was founded by Molly Baldwin (a Baltimore native), in 1988, initially as a program for HIV/AIDS prevention.“So, before I came on board, there were a lot of conversations about Roca being on board,” said Pugh. “There was a commitment from the philanthropic community and the State and others to get Roca moving here.” Pugh said the program should be up and running fully in Baltimore by April or May. For the implementation of Roca in Baltimore the mayor emphasizes, “The executive director will be a local person, the staff will be all local,” Pugh said.There is little dispute about the efficacy of Safe Streets or Roca. However, there are individuals who have birthed organic organizations in Baltimore, that are doing vital, often life saving work, who also seek the City’s fiscal largesse. Some feel they have been systematically shut out of the non-profit funding process and these grassroots groups wither and sometimes die when little or no non-profit resources trickle down.“I think there are a lot of issues with how the money trickles down or moves around,” said Nneka Nnamdi, founder of Fight Blight Bmore, an economic, environmental, and social justice initiative, informed by data to address the issue of blight. “Those with political collateral or an established non-profit connection seem to get all the rhythm. But, some of the most effective ideas are being conceived by and implemented by those who have neither.”Other grassroots leaders suggest it is necessary to “revisit the bureaucracy around funding.”“Roka and Safe Streets have a history and track record that is healthier and more robust than ours,” said Letrice Gant, one of the co-founders of Baltimore Ceasefire 365, which asks Baltimore residents to not commit murder for 72 hours during Ceasefire weekends. During the first one, in August 2017, there were two homicides. During the second, in November 2017, there was one homicide and during the third, in February, there were no murders.“I honestly don’t know what goes into deciding who and what to fund, so I don’t think I could make an educated statement about that part of the process. I can say that there are grassroots efforts who have the attention and the respect of the people they serve and they deserve funding to support and amplify their efforts”Others argue relationships, perhaps more than results, determines where non-profit funds flow in Baltimore.“It’s who is in proximity? What do they look like?” said Maurissa Stone-Bass, director of innovation at The Living Well, a center for social and economic vibrancy in Baltimore. “What keeps the grassroots out is, we typically do not meet the threshold criteria for funding…it is one of the real issues around funding.”However, there is consensus among the grassroots, fund what works.“Baltimore…needs to fund, support and spotlight the people on the ground doing the work,” said Nnamdi.“Fund what the people support and rally around. It doesn’t have to be Ceasefire. There are plenty of organizations and movements that the streets and their clientele co-sign,” said Gant.Ultimately, Pugh said she is driven by results that translate to saving lives and reducing violence when it comes to funding programs in Baltimore.“It is a program people across the city are asking for to be in their neighborhoods and their communities. Something that proves that it reduces violence…that is data driven,” Pugh said.“No one individual group or organization can take credit for reducing violence in this city, because all of us are working together.” read more
Stay on target If you know and love the anime film Your Name, you might be excited to know that several of the locations in the movie are actually based on real places. Before you buy a ticket to Japan and start hopping out of your seat to fly there and see everything, don’t get too excited. Some of the scenes you won’t even realize were in the movie, unless you paid really close attention, and others, like the entire iconic town that gets [spoilers redacted] aren’t included because of reasons.Tofugu.com’s Kanae Nakamine had the fortune of visiting several of the easy-to-find real-world locations as seen in Your Name, and you can see them all below. It’s really an awesome project that you’ve got to give the photographer props for, especially when it comes to each image’s framing. It looks absolutely breathtaking.You may recognize this area from the part of the movie where our hero and heroine cross paths in a very important scene, which is 100% pivotal to the movie.This night scene may be one you remember laying your eyes on as well.The big city charm of Tokyo is breathtaking in real life just as it is in the anime. Did you know this sign was advertising a “Forest Beer Garden” when you saw it in the movie, or did you pay attention long enough to notice it?This striking red mailbox wasn’t nearly as vibrant in the movie, but you still get the gist. Yup, it’s definitely the same school crossing sign, alright. This round restaurant was definitely one of the coolest parts of the movie, by far.Your Name is the highest-grossing anime film of all time, and for good reason: It’s an excellent movie! If these stills inspire you to see the whole thing, you can grab it on Blu-ray right now with both a Japanese and English dub track. It just might change your life. Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Your Name Director Makoto Shinkai Has Asteroid Named After HimYour Name Creator Isn’t Interested in the Live-Action Remake read more
Artist Sudip Roy’s works have always been fashioned out of his personal experiences. The real and the iconic often brush past each other in his creations. Experiences and inspirations, an even more provocative sum of constructions, is what you will find in the paintings of the Government College of Art, Kolkata graduate. The artist is back with his new solo exhibition Journey which started in the Capital Sunday and was inaugurated by poet-lyricist Javed Akhtar. Some of the paintings at the exhibition make explicit the beauty implicit in the human body, showing that its form was inherently beautiful suggesting that it was ideal despite itself. Beauty in art with the figurative studies promises transcendence of the flesh even as it needed the body to be fleshed out — needed to be embodied — to be taken seriously. Human body in its myriad forms figures prominently in his works here. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Watercolours, linear pencil and shade works stand out for their execution and elegance. What makes Roy’s drawings stand out is his determination in the quest for decisive images. He takes a scene or idea and seeks the most highly concentrated, explicit form to express it with an immediate impact. He sees drawing as something that brands the imagination, so he creates dulcet scenes of humble hamlets.The means he uses are based on simple, lucid and straightforward compositions — a style of drawing that sums up a landscape in just a few lines in the absence of colours. In keeping with his aims, he has used them without restraint.In the abstracts, Roy no longer merely hints at beauty and nor is it incidental. Beauty here, in fact, is sketched to the minutest detail and is spontaneous. DETAILAt: Gallery Art Positive Gallery, F-213/B, Lado Sarai, Old MB RoadOn till: 16 January Timings: 11am to 7pm read more
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Woman details alleged 2003 abuse by R. Kelly in TV interview AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email R. Kelly appears for a hearing at the Leighton Criminal Court Building on Friday, March 22, 2019 in Chicago. An overseas trip by R. Kelly is in limbo after his criminal attorney asked for more time to provide details to the court about concerts the singer wants to perform next month in Dubai. (E. Jason Wambsgans/Chicago Tribune via AP, Pool) by The Associated Press Posted Mar 28, 2019 6:43 am PDT CHICAGO — A woman is publicly accusing R&B singer R. Kelly of sexually abusing her in 2003 while she worked as his hairdresser.Lanita Carter says in an interview aired Thursday on “CBS This Morning” that on Feb. 18, 2003, Kelly tried to force her to perform oral sex on him and spit on her.CBS says Carter is the woman identified as “L.C.” in the February indictments against Kelly. He’s charged with 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse for allegedly assaulting three girls and one woman in cases dating back decades.Carter says she was 24 at the time. Her allegations generally match those in the grand jury indictments and outlined by the Cook County state’s attorney.Kelly’s attorney has strongly denied the allegations. He didn’t immediately return a message seeking comment Thursday from The Associated Press.___Check out the AP’s complete coverage of the investigations into R. Kelly.The Associated Press read more
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