BBC News 24
6 minutes
right at the moment? I can't answer that! We'll tell you after they've done it. Have to wait and see. I don't trust the politicians, but they're there for a reason. Seats like this one are complex, so close, with so many unknowns
BBC Parliament
an hour
renewable sources and the price paid by customers. The market is far more complex than that. And the fact is that we are storing up problems for the future, as we continue with an energy distributional system which is very centralised and isn't distributed at a local level, not devolved in that sense, and isn't therefore.
The Sun Daily
an hour
SEPANG: The Indonesian suspect in the murder of Kim Jong-Nam has reassured her parents that her ordeal will be over soon. In a letter penned by Siti Aisyah, 25, and read out by an official from the Indonesian embassy at the Sepang court complex, yesterday, she also assured them that she was healthy and that many people were helping her out including her lawyers and the embassy. "Keep healthy (Mum and Dad) and pray for me. "Do not worry, you do not need to come. This case will be over soon and I will be home. "Send my regards to Rio (my son)," she wrote in the letter that was delivered to the embassy recently. On March 1, Siti along with Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong, 29, was charged with the murder of Jong-nam at klia2 on Feb 13. The duo appeared in the Sepang Magistrates' Court today for a re-mention, where their case was transferred to the Shah Alam High Court. The murder charge under Section 302 of the Penal Code carries the mandatory death sentence upon conviction.
Leicester Mercury
an hour
A dangerous driver high on cocaine and alcohol deliberately ploughed a car into a former neighbour. Martin McCarthy (24) had earlier tussled with the middle-aged victim. The victim had intervened when McCarthy called at a block of flats where he used to live, and the victim still resides. McCarthy, described in court as a nuisance in the neighbourhood, was visiting another tenant, and the two got into a row. The victim intervened in the row, pushing McCarthy out of the flats complex in...
BBC News 24
2 hours
population so that they give us information about what is happening on their streets. Has there been a drop in police numbers under a Conservative government? I don't accept the claim that it is directly related to police numbers. It is a complex debate. We know how many cases have been foiled.
Leicester Mercury
2 hours
A dangerous driver high on cocaine and alcohol deliberately ploughed a car into a former neighbour. Martin McCarthy (24) had earlier tussled with the middle-aged victim. The victim had intervened when McCarthy called at a block of flats where he used to live, and the victim still resides. McCarthy, described in court as a nuisance in the neighbourhood, was visiting another tenant, and the two got into a row. The victim intervened in the row, pushing McCarthy out of the flats complex in...
The Sun Daily
4 hours
The Sun Daily
6 hours
The Economic Times
7 hours
BEIJING: Even as Indian IT firms are facing setbacks in the US market, a new opportunity is opening up in China which is keen to invite them to participate in the Big Data sector. The Guizhou province of China invited Rajendra Pawar, the chairman of NIIT, to become a member of its own advisory committee for development of Big Data business with the help of international collaborations. NIIT, which has a strong presence in China's IT education scene, has opened its largest big data training facility in Guiyang, capital of China's Guizhou province. "China has closely observed the phenomenon where Indian IT sector has grown by adding huge value to developed countries. This is why they would like to collaborate with Indian companies in a big way," Pawar told TOI. Chinese companies are now seeking collaboration with Indian firms in complex areas like analysing large blocks of data, and putting them to wider use.
The Sun Daily
9 hours
Collective Evolution
9 hours
After distributing the flash drives containing one of the world’s largest libraries of sustainability resources, tools, and guides, Eric and HappE met with guests individually to provide guidance for their personal projects. With their new wealth of knowledge, experience, and connections, participants were inspired and empowered to take action. According to Eric, “We need to make it easier to live in balance with nature. People are ready to live closer to each other and in harmony with their environment. By showing them successful, thriving examples, we’re facilitating individual and societal transitions, creating local and global impacts. By simplifying complex sustainability challenges and solutions, including realistic paths to implementation, we’re making it easier to build a more beautiful future.” Aychele Szot, a natural skin care artisan from Montreal, Quebec, expressed, “This experience helped me to understand and have a taste of what it is to live in harmony with nature.
The Event Chronicle
10 hours
Autocar
10 hours
Honda’s Swindon plant director, Jason Smith, said the company is in the very early stages of exploring how a Civic with some form of electrification would be manufactured at the plant. Read more: 2017 Honda Civic 1.0 i-VTEC Turbo SR , Honda Civic Si coupé and saloon revealed for American market Audi Sport division Audi's quattro division was renamed Audi Sport after the original name became too complex to explain in new markets, CEO Rupert Stadler has said. “Quattro was heavily linked to four-wheel drive, and then we would go to new markets like Asia and explain we were a division of Audi called Quattro GmbH. People just got lost. Having our road and competition activities under one banner with a simple name communicates what we do.” Read more: New Audi RS5 Coupé to cost from £62,900 , Audi Sport announces Dieter Gass as new motorsport boss How Mazdas come to life When Mazda designs a car, it starts by designing an object first.
BBC One Wales
12 hours
To do that they will be tested on their reading, writing, speaking and listening. Not an easy feat when you are talking about complex science. One of them was in Aleppo just a month ago having graduated.
Channel 4
15 hours
The Event Chronicle
16 hours
Unknown to German Taxpayers funding this, or EU nationals, this vast complex will be ready by 2018, and is assembled to deploy and train troops to fight European Citizens across European nations, planned for any outbreaks of Freedom Fighters should they dare go into conflict with the atrocities of the EU Leaders and Oligarchs as the pending economic breakdown threatens. As the EU crumbles, post Brexit, expect to see Budgets cuts and flash revolts once reality bites in depressed nations. Unemployment is soaring and the hopelessness is cranking up desperation. 25% of Americans can’t even pay their monthly bills, and 40% have less than $400 in the bank. So much for a Consumer society, one who can’t pay? The wheels are coming off this wagon. The Muslim Ghettos are building, and their Rapes, child molesting and crime increasing. The Public are sick of them and a Flash Point is coming.
Ruptly TV
16 hours
German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned against seeking "simple answers" to complex international issues, in Berlin, Monday, a day after encouraging the EU "to take the destiny into our own hands" SOT, Angela Merkel, German Chancellor (German): "The speech is from John F. Kennedy. He stood for the hopes of an entire generation for awakening progress. He let to understand, and I would like to cite him, 'Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future', end of the citation. And Kennedy spoke there about a phenomenon, that we naturally observe even today; with change comes uncertainty, scepticism, that not everything will be always a success, and, not infrequently, the glorification of the supposedly good old days. Particularly in view of the complexity of global contexts, a wish for simple answers spreads.
WebProNews
17 hours
Right now, almost 40% believe that they are already utilizing AI in their office. Middleton predicted that developers—and companies in general—would place more focus on smart assistants for project managers to relieve them of some of their more menial tasks. In the future, the amount of complicated tasks assumed by robots will have increased. But the AIs of today are severely limited in scope. For instance, they still rely on data collected and input by humans. These robots are not self-updating, nor do they make corrections automatically if they spot a mistake. That will change in the future, of course. To allay the fears of middle managers, as well as the rank and file, it seems unlikely that machines will take over whole organizations because they lack the capacity for creative thinking in solving complex problems. What they do, however, is cut back the amount of errors committed in the implementation of the project until its submission.
Breitbart News
17 hours
BBC Parliament
17 hours
The decision to spend will have to be made in the early days of the next Parliament. The authorities will not die of old their preferred option just yet. The next occupant of this building, with the arguments of the past, have a complex choice ahead, but it will be all of our decision, not just how to.
BBC Parliament
17 hours
a bit more complex of whether you get the dust sheets when you do a bit of painting. MPs and peers have to decide whether to close the place down completely, maybe for five years, and move out, which ought to be cheaper, move out bit by bit, while the construction takes place, or don't budge, stay here, let the work carry on around them was not a very expensive and may be perpetual state of DIY
KyivPost
18 hours
The Swedish furniture and home goods chain IKEA plans to expand to the Ukrainian market, the head of PrJSC Mandarin Plaza's board Oleksandr Chernytsky said. According to him, IKEA may rent one of the country's largest sales and amusement centers, Yuzhny, with an area of 450,000 square meters. Construction of the facility is planned to begin at the end of 2017 at 9 Hlushkova Street in Kyiv's Holosiyivsky district. IKEA is also looking in our direction. Their representatives have already voiced their plans: they came here for this reason, we met. The chances they will come here are good, Chernytsky said, adding that renters of space at the trade center will include other well-known international operators, whom Ukraine has long been waiting for, he said. Businessman Vahif Aliev, according to Chernytsky, has purchased rights to a land plot with the Liodovy [Ice Skating Rink] Stadium at 9 Hlushkova Street in Holosiyivsky district for construction of Ukraine's largest shopping mall and sports complex.
Quick Sprout
18 hours
Entry popups. The popup appears as soon as the user lands on the page. Exit popup. The popup appears when the user is about to leave the page. The technology is a bit complex, involving cursor directionality, velocity and timing to determine whether the visitor is about to bounce. Today’s popup technologies are advanced enough to keep you from having to do any programming or complicated jiggering. Most popups allow you to customize them to your heart’s content. The framework and structure, however, are completely primed for popup success. Instead of distracting yourself with issues of UX or conversion rate increases, ask yourself a simple question: How can I give the greatest value to my readers in the most obvious way? If popups arent the answer, dont use them. But if popups can deliver value on that level, use them without regret. Place CTAs everywhere One major reason why most blogs arent as effective as they could be with their conversions comes down to one simple thing: They don't have enough CTAs.
Core77
19 hours
This product was accompanied by a marketing strategy that encouraged make-up trends as marks of gender and sexual identities." This, too, may be easier said than done (well). A common and apropos criticism of discursive designers is that too often they do not know enough about the discourses they present. They are seemingly naïve and not fully aware of the complexities and competing perspectives at play. What we are suggesting is a broader awareness and understanding, which takes work to achieve—these are ideas and issues that are not usually present in the design studio. Designers need to engage more deeply with other domains of knowledge, taking more of a critical studies approach to their topics. This is complex stuff that unfortunately lies beyond traditional design education. So for the time being designers need to work more diligently to unpack these topics.