Den of Geek
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Rob Leane Kirsten Howard Mar 23, 2017 Director David Lynch has dished up some typically odd tidbits in a new interview ahead of Twin Peaks third season premiere... So eager are we to return to the bizarre town of Twin Peaks that we recently noted "in a week, we'll be able to say Twin Peaks starts next month." See related Looking back at Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me Of course, we're still technically two months away from those new episodes, but saying it that way makes it seem further away. And we can't have that. In the meantime, everyone involved with the new season has kept virtually silent on what we can expect when Twin Peaks returns, including the actors involved, the Showtime network that commissioned its return, and co-creator David Lynch. Even in a new interview with GQ , the director didn't give anything away, but he still had a few fascinating things to say about the way his actors had to play the game on set, and it turns out they were fairly in the dark before they arrived for each day's shoot - literally - as their scripts were usually filled with blacked-out pages.
Techradar - Reviews
17 minutes
The lack of 4K makes sense here as the 1070 probably wouldnt do it justice. It should be noted that the DT costs considerably more at around 3,000 ($3740, AU$4800), whereas this is looking at around 2,200 ($2,760, AU$3,580) depending on which configuration you go for. For the money youd spend on a DT, you might want to actually look at an SLI system. As well as the screen options to pick from theres an optional enhanced streaming chip. The Live Stream Engine chip is installed in one of the three M.2 slots. Apparently itll reduce the CPU load by up to 30% when live streaming. We didnt have one installed so we couldnt test it unfortunately. Also its not available in all countries, so do check with your supplier. Design Aoruses are always pleasing-looking rigs, their designs avoid some of gaming laptops more garish tropes.
Washington Free Beacon
17 minutes
The vast majority of pizza orders are placed online or over the phone, where customers never glance at a menu. In fact, McIntyre said only 3 out of every 100 people who place an order in store look up at the menu, and one out of those three said they did so because they "didn't want to look at the person" behind the counter. The groups said they are reaching out to the Trump administration to delay the rule, but staffing delays at the Department of Health and Human Services, which houses the FDA, are impeding their efforts. "We have reached out to the administration, and we've had good conversations with them, we're hoping that they will make some changes to deal with this and take the time to do this rule correctly," Kantor said. "But we don't have an answer, we don't know if they will or not." The associations would like to see the passage of the Common Sense Nutrition Labeling Act, a bipartisan bill that would provide greater flexibility to businesses, including the option of posting calorie counts online.
Western Morning News
19 minutes
An ingot of Roman iron stamped with the name of the emperor Marcus Aurelius and found in a farmer's field by a Devon detectorist has sold at auction for £25,000. Jason Baker says he will split the money with the landowner and with his friend Zack Littlejohn - who taught him about metal detecting. Jason, 32 from Plymouth, found the ingot while detecting in The Mendips in Somerset. He said: I'm speechless to be honest, I can't believe it. It didn't sell last time we put it up for...
OK!
21 minutes
Marnie Simpson showed off her plump pout as she headed out in London [Goff] But the Geordie Shore favourite didnt seem phased by the drama as she headed out in London, on March 22. The brunette stunner turned heads as she attended a party at Paper, in Soho. She opted for a causal look for the evening, in a black hoodie and skirt. Aaron Chalmersex completed the outfit with a pair of thigh-high black boots. Marnie Simpson resembled Renee Graziano on her night ...
Sky News
26 minutes
guards to shut the nation down and I understand they did that straight away. I started messaging MPs because I noticed it wasn't clear who knew what. From those messages I didn't get any sense people were aware. You were stuck.
BBC News 24
28 minutes
security gate, and attack the police officer. And at that point it didn't make any sense. We had heard a crash just before it, but thought they had maybe been a smash on Westminster Bridge Road or something like that. But I saw him come.
BBC Parliament
30 minutes
because they didn't feel they were getting the benefits. What he's going to do to help those areas improve their trading links? We look at foreign investment improve their trading links? We look at foreign investment through trading links. This is why we see areas such as Sunderland who have benefitted well over the Nissan stuff. On.
BBC News 24
an hour
to use but ever resources you have, knives, axes, hammers, your vehicles, they didn't have to look at complicated attacks like expose of all requiring firearms. A very low technical approach to an attack. In their eyes, a successful outcome to yesterday, tragic from our perspective. Could.
Politico
an hour
Follow their lead. If you have something to say about your dad’s environmental agenda, his budget priorities and his treatment of women and minorities, say it in front of a microphone, rally support from the public, increase your leverage and force his hand. Whispering in his ear doesnt work. You wouldnt be the first presidential family member to publicly challenge a president. In the very first week of the FDR’s presidency, First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt was livid to find out her husband backed legislation to cut the federal workforce in part by firing female government employees who are married to male government employees. And so she fired off an editorial for a Democratic Party organ opposing the bill, which ran alongside one from the president in support. The disagreement didnt rupture their relationship; their political partnership grew stronger.
PC Pro
an hour
Some suggested that was to push Google Pluslocation sharing features , and it’s fair to say that didnt catch on quite as well as the company would have hoped. The only real question is why has it taken so long to return? Perhaps it’s just long enough for people to forget, and assume this is another example of Google innovation rather than reheating a forgotten feature in the microwave for a new generation of phone users.
Den of Geek
an hour
.. Concept art from next week's Legends of Tomorrow... pic.twitter.com/9kJLjwjZNOMarc Guggenheim (@mguggenheim) March 23, 2017 Legends Of Tomorrow producers Legends Of Tomorrow executive producer Phil Klemmer has spoken to Comic Book Resources about the challenges surrounding the first season of The CW's time-travel superhero show, and how all involved are looking to course-correct a little on season 2. "I guess the biggest lesson is, before you break a first episode, it's really important that you take a step back and think about the ramifications of everything," Klemmer is quoted as saying. "Because we didn't do a pilot, it was like stepping on a moving train, and we didn't know where it was headed. You can change the speed of that train, conceivably you can have people run up ahead and try to move the tracks a little bit, but it's not easy to do.
Washington Free Beacon
an hour
The vast majority of pizza orders are placed online or over the phone, where customers never glance at a menu. In fact, McIntyre said only 3 out of every 100 people who place an order in store look up at the menu, and one out of those three said they did so because they "didn't want to look at the person" behind the counter. The groups said they are reaching out to the Trump administration to delay the rule, but staffing delays at the Department of Health and Human Services, which houses the FDA, are impeding their efforts. "We have reached out to the administration, and we've had good conversations with them, we're hoping that they will make some changes to deal with this and take the time to do this rule correctly," Kantor said. "But we don't have an answer, we don't know if they will or not." The associations would like to see the passage of the Common Sense Nutrition Labeling Act, a bipartisan bill that would provide greater flexibility to businesses, including the option of posting calorie counts online.
Techradar - Reviews
an hour
A pair of buttons on the top plate offer quick access to auto/manual focus modes, ISO and white balance, and theres a depth of field preview button on the front. On the back theres an AE-L (exposure lock) button and an AF-D button for activating the autofocus effectively, back button focusing although the autofocus can also be initiated by half-pressing the shutter release in the normal way. There are some quirks. You could spend a long time looking for the full-size JPEG option, not realising there isnt one. Hasselblad cameras only offer quarter-size JPEGs for quick reference or sharing, although we were told a full-size JPEG option was being considered for the X1D. Its also inconsistent in the way it handles shutter speeds. Initially, we thought it didnt offer shutter speeds longer than 1 second in manual mode.
ITV
an hour
I found it is so good to share. I have this whole community. My mum was talking about her community on her doorstep. As a working mum who lives separately from my parents now, two hours away, I didn't know any other.
The Week
an hour
ITV
2 hours
She said, "You have big hair. You've gotta do something about it." I grew up thinking that I couldn't be blonde, because Asians just didn't do that. A friend once told me, if I put colour back on my hair, it would make me look better
Sky News
2 hours
have lost one of their own officers and three others have been injured. Yesterday it was reported that two of the police officers were seriously injured. Mark Rowley didn't want to go into the detail of their conditions today but he said of the 29 people injured.
Mashable
2 hours
Many of the questions surrounding that Oscars Best Picture" blunder have been answered, except this one: Why was Ryan Gosling giggling to himself during the fracas? While those watching were aghast, and the cast and crew of La La Land looked shocked, there was Gosling ever-so-slightly amused by the moment. Well, we finally have some answers from the man himself. SEE ALSO: Ansel Elgort's cover of the unofficial 'La La Land' anthem is the song you didn't know you needed It turns out he was just relieved. The 36-year-old actor recounted the moment in front of marketing types at the Adobe Summit in Las Vegas on Wednesday. Read more... More about Cereal , Vine , Oscars , Oscars 2017 , and Ryan Gosling
Mashable
2 hours
Daily Mail - USA
2 hours
Christopher Tapp, who spent 20 years in prison on what he and his supporters say was a false confession in the murder of Angie Dodd was freed Wednesday after being sentenced to time served.
Western Morning News
2 hours
An ingot of Roman iron stamped with the name of the emperor Marcus Aurelius and found in a farmer's field by a Devon detectorist has sold at auction for £25,000. Jason Baker says he will split the money with the landowner and with his friend Zack Littlejohn - who taught him about metal detecting. Jason, 32 from Plymouth, found the ingot while detecting in The Mendips in Somerset. He said: I'm speechless to be honest, I can't believe it. It didn't sell last time we put it up for...
Bleacher Report
2 hours
Already, Trout told Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times he'll "probably" play in the next World Baseball Classic in 2021 after seeing this year's tourney on television. Former major leaguer (and former Team USA star) Michael Young went a step further in a tweet during Wednesdays championship game: Here's another call: In 2021, there will be a lot more pre-tournament debates about who should be on the team and who shouldn't, as opposed to talk about who wants to play and who doesn't. Those debates are already part of the baseball conversation in Japan, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and Venezuela, but the WBC can't ever be a full classic until the same debates take over here. As it turned out, Trout's absence didn't keep the Americans from winning because the talent level here is so strong and the players who did want to participate are so good.
The Washington Times - Soccer
2 hours
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - Chris Wondolowski didn't have to travel far when he got the call to join the U.S. national team ahead of two key World Cup qualifiers. The U.S. will be playing Honduras on the home field of Wondolowski's San Jose Earthquakes on Friday night as the ...