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Bill Whiteside Played on the Notre Dame National Championship Team of 1949. By Tim KellyBill Whiteside knows a thing or two about championship caliber football.The Ocean City resident was a member of Notre Dame’s undefeated and untied 1949 national championship team, as well as the 1948 team that went 9-0-1 (Michigan edged out the Fighting Irish for the championship that year).At the time Whiteside was at South Bend, pro football was still in its formative years and college ball was king. Under legendary coach Frank Leahy, Notre Dame was in the midst of its greatest run of success, going 36-0-2 in four years and winning three national titles during that span. The 1949 squad is regarded as one of the greatest college teams of all time.Whiteside, a 5-10, 172-pounder from LaSalle High in Philadelphia, saw action at quarterback, halfback and defensive back during his Notre Dame career.Bill shared his views on today’s Super Bowl 51 matchup with OCNJDaily, and like many fans who snoozed through more than a few Super mismatches; he is mostly rooting for a good game.“I don’t care who wins,” the longtime Eagles fan said. “I want to see a good game and I think we will.”Bill feels the Atlanta Falcons have a great chance to pull off the upset and have been largely underrated by the pundits.“They have a good group,” Whiteside said. “They have a terrific quarterback (Matt Ryan), the kid from (Philadelphia’s) Penn Charter. I really like him. And Julio Jones is just an outstanding player. Their running back (Devonta Freeman) is really good, too. They have a nice, balanced offense. But people have really overlooked their defense. Nobody expected them to (shut down) Green Bay and Aaron Rodgers the way they did.”If the Falcons pull off another upset, it wouldn’t surprise Whiteside.But on the other hand, he said, the Patriots are still the Patriots.“As much as you have to respect Atlanta, my thinking keeps coming back to New England. I mean, these guys just seem to find a way to win. Heck, they have taken Eagles castoffs who are being really productive for them,” he said in reference to cornerback Eric Rowe, who surrendered just two completions in nine targets in the AFC championship game, and who made a key interception on a Ben Roethlisberger pass late in the game.“It’s coaching,” Whiteside said, “but it’s also the players buying in.”And then of course, there is Tom Brady. “Nobody is better than Brady,” Whiteside said, “but they have a backup in Jimmy Garoppolo who would start for most NFL teams.” Garoppolo filled in admirably during Brady’s “deflategate” suspension, going 2-0 with zero interceptions before being sidelined with a shoulder injury against Miami.OK, put Whiteside’s feet to the fire and does he think the Falcons win their first-ever Lombardi? Or will Brady get a ring for his thumb?“New England!” Whiteside said with emphasis. “It’s just too hard to go against them.”
Notre Dame Ph.D student removed from program over racist posts Google+ Twitter Facebook Facebook Google+ Pinterest Previous articleMichigan’s Carhartt to spend much of April making medical gearNext articleI&M warns customers of scammers pretending to demand immediate payments Tommie Lee Twitter WhatsApp By Eccekevin (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons A post-doctoral student at Notre Dame has been removed from her program after she posted racist comments on her Facebook page.The student, in her sixth year at the University, posted comments directed at and blaming Chinese students for the spread of COVID-19.The Observer reports that the student has been dropped from her program in the Department of Psychology. In her comments, she told Chinese students they were “one million percent to blame” for the pandemic, and commented on the Facebook post of a fourth-year Ph.D student, ordering her to “go home” and find out why her country’s representatives “hid this disease.”A reposting of her comments, calling for her to be removed, was shared over 3200 times. WhatsApp Pinterest By Tommie Lee – March 31, 2020 8 1230 CoronavirusIndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market
Follow Foreign Office Minister Sir Alan Duncan on Twitter @AlanDuncanMP and Facebook Follow the Foreign Office on Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn Minister for Europe, Sir Alan Duncan said: Media enquiries I am pleased that a solution to the political situation in Armenia has been found, via negotiation and through the Parliament, and congratulate Nikol Pashinyan on his election as Armenia’s new Prime Minister. It is to the credit of all involved that events over the last three weeks have unfolded peacefully and largely without incident. It is important that the restraint and statesmanship shown by all parties continues and that the political process moves forward, based on solid constitutional and legal foundations. In my two visits to Armenia in the last 12 months, I have seen first-hand the country’s rich history, and its huge potential. I was particularly impressed by the many young people I met, who are determined to build a bright future for Armenia. The UK, as a longstanding friend of Armenia, stands ready to support its efforts to strengthen its democracy, deliver good governance, and improve economic opportunities for all. Further information Email [email protected] For journalists Follow the Foreign Office on Twitter @foreignoffice and Facebook
Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement Tags:#Features#mobile#Product Reviews#Publishing Services#web Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces Imagine if Tom Paine, or Benjamin Franklin, or Emma Goldman had the power to cast their passing thoughts, while walking down the street, to thousands or millions of people all around the world, with ease, in minutes. They would expel the building material of a mason, wouldn’t they?That power is now in all of our hands, thanks to a new class of mobile applications that’s maturing very quickly. Mobile podcasting apps are now powerful, easy to use, free and tied to big social networks for distribution. The latest to hit the scene is Cinch, from BlogTalk Radio, which landed in the Android marketplace this morning after several months on the iPhone. Cinch is a relatively simple app, and it has its technical issues on occasion, but it’s absolutely revolutionary and so far could be the best in its class. Users launch the app, hit record, speak into their phone, press stop, give their recording a title, aim it at their Twitter or Facebook friends, and then hit publish. Within minutes the recording is uploaded to the Cinch servers and a link to listen is pushed out to the designated social networks.I’ve been using Cinch on the iPhone for months now, to record my thoughts about art and the internet, about writing, or the soundscape from the train station in my home town. I marvel, every time, at the fact that I can publish my thoughts so effortlessly in audio out to the world now, from wherever I am. Just like blogging made text publishing and distribution more accessible and democratic than it had ever been before in human history, mobile audio publishing apps like this are truly world changing. The availability of Cinch on Android is an important event.Cinch isn’t the only mobile podcasting app available for today’s smartphones. AudioBoo is another one that you might enjoy on the iPhone. It’s far more attractive visually, has more features, more users and appears to have fewer bugs. It has a 5 minute time limit on audio recording, though. That’s very inconvenient, as the timer is usually out of sight up against my ear. I also regularly have 6 or 7 minute long thoughts. I haven’t hit the time limit on Cinch yet. Social media apps come and social media apps go, more launch every day than anyone can keep track of, but some of them are worth taking pause and considering the implications of. The power of instant, mobile, global audio publishing in your pocket, for free? That really means something. The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology marshall kirkpatrick What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … Related Posts
Residents of Rockfort in Kingston now have easier access to Internet and other computer-related services with the establishment of a community access point (CAP) in the community by the Universal Service Fund (USF) at a cost of $2.6 million.The Rockfort Internet Café, located at Glasspole Avenue, is equipped with 13 desktop computers, two printers, one server unit with supporting network capability, a projector and screen, as well as desks and chairs.The 258th CAP site to be established, it is a homework and research centre for residents, serving several districts, including Pleasant Heights, Johnson Town, Rennock Lodge, Shanty and Norman Gardens, and Springfield.Solar panels are to be installed at the location at a cost of $3.5 million, in keeping with the Ministry of Science, Energy and Technology’s thrust for all CAP sites to be equipped with solar solutions in order to cut down on operating costs.At the commissioning ceremony on Friday (November 24), Director of Projects at the USF, Everold Simms, noted that the café will “serve as a gateway to self-improvement”, and encouraged the residents to take care of the facility.“This centre belongs to you. You are the custodians, and I expect that you will protect and care it,” he said.Member of Parliament for East Kingston and Port Royal, Phillip Paulwell, welcomed the opening of the centre and commended the work of the USF in providing access to technology for all persons.“The fund has been used to create centres like this. This is a world-class facility… and we want to make sure that the little boy in basic school right up to the senior has access to this facility,” he said.The opening of the centre was endorsed by representatives from several entities, including the United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Community Empowerment and Transformation (COMET II) Project; Citizen Security and Justice Programme (CSJP); and the Social Development Commission (SDC). The 258th CAP site to be established, it is a homework and research centre for residents, serving several districts including Pleasant Heights, Johnson Town, Rennock Lodge, Shanty and Norman Gardens and Springfield. Residents of Rockfort in Kingston now have easier access to internet and other computer-related services with the establishment of a community access point (CAP) in the community by the Universal Service Fund (USF) at a cost of $2.6 million. At the commissioning ceremony on Friday (Nov. 24), Director of Projects at the USF, Everold Simms, noted that the cafe will “serve as a gateway to self-improvement” and encouraged the residents to care the facility. Story Highlights
Related Items: #MagneticMediaNews Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp #BahamasLocalGovernmentElections2017#BahamasLGE2017Due Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, June 6th 2017: It’s June 2017, and that means Local Government Elections are due. Following the general elections last month, Acting Parliament Registration Commissioner, Charles Albury says his department was already in preparation mode for the upcoming Local Government polls. The date has not been set yet.There are a total of 32 local government districts, 13 second-schedule districts and 19 third-schedule districts. Local government is administered through the Office of the Prime Minister.Consultant at the Department, Mr.Harrison Thompson described the process of electing council members during the local government polls, “council members are elected to govern from the town committee. From the town committee there’s a designated number of council members for each district, except in Grand Bahama where they will vote directly for council members as opposed to committee members. From the town committee, you are eligible to be council on most of the islands”, end quote.The last Local Government Polls held in June 2011 and saw 391 positions contested.
Posted: December 11, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, December 11, 2018 Man accused in fatal beating near Petco Park denies murder, torture charges SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – A 19-year-old accused in the fatal beating of a 56- year-old man near a pedestrian bridge behind Petco Park pleaded not guilty Tuesday to murder and torture charges.Dominick Wells, who also faces an allegation that he inflicted great bodily injury causing the victim to become comatose, was ordered held on $1 million bail.Prosecutor Mary Loeb said Wells faces 25 years to life in prison if convicted of the murder of Edward Starland. If also convicted of torture, the defendant would face life behind bars, the prosecutor said.Four juveniles — two girls and two boys — face unspecified charges in the case.Witnesses said Starland had been fighting with a group of young people — why was unclear — the afternoon of Nov. 18 before he was thrown down and beaten. When witnesses started yelling at the attackers to stop, they fled east on Imperial Avenue, police said.Starland was placed on life support and died Dec. 3.Wells will be back in court Jan. 28 for a status conference and April 2 for a preliminary hearing.RELATED STORY: Man attacked near Petco Park dies KUSI Newsroom Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter