ITV4
41 minutes
We've helped over 3 million young people move forward with the skills they need to get ready for work. Four stars. Best sausages in town. Nice. Does it say anything about... parking?!! Whoa!! We're.
BBC News 24
3 hours
But children think that they can demand, there is no please and thank you, they are losing their manners. They are losing their social skills. Thank you very much. You will be coming back in an hour. I will do. Coming up in the next half hour: Grasmere Island inspired the creation of the National Trust but for more than 100 years it's been in private hands.
BBC News 24
3 hours
And kids, if their parents are doing it incorrectly, they are becoming very impolite and losing the social skills. So they are ordering them, bossy. They are turning into spoiled brats. Somebody from the brats has said it is the way the parents talk that will influence children. So if parents do it properly, this will not happen. I cannot read what one parent said about his kid in here or I will be taken off.
BBC News 24
6 hours
As things heated up, I used my premium agility skills, dodged my opponent's attempts to bring me down. With the crowd on my side, I decided to go in for the kill. But I failed massively, and I lost.
Bristol Post
14 hours
Murray Walker's iconic 'go, go, go' commentary rung in my ears as I took on Bristol's newest go-kart track one of the biggest in the country.Absolutely Karting kindly invited six members of the Post for an exhilarating experience test driving the circuit which opened earlier this month.As you can imagine there were a lot of would-be F1 stars who volunteered to put their skills to the test on the massive two-level track based in Chapel Lane at the rather appropriately named Speedwell area...
Core77
15 hours
I could teach a semester long class on just getting OK at sketching a car in a few perspectives. So if you are a little rough at it, don't beat yourself up. The key is to keep practicing. As always, post below with any comments, questions, or requests. Yo! C77 Sketch is a video series from Core77 forum moderator and prolific designer, Michael DiTullo . In these tutorials, DiTullo walks you through step by step rapid visualization and ideation techniques to improve your everyday skills. Tired of that guy in the studio who always gets his ideas picked because of his hot sketches? Learn how to beat him at his own game, because the only thing worse than a bad idea sketched well is a great idea sketched poorly.
Daily Mail - USA
16 hours
Brian Burch said he caught suspect Josue Ortiz stealing tools from his garage in Fort Myers, Florida on Tuesday and pulled some Jui-Jitsu moves on him to keep him from escaping.
The Economic Times
16 hours
Plenty of jobs in US, but not skills: CEOs to TrumpThe gathering occurred amid the same kind of jovially informal atmosphere that has prevailed in several meetings Trump has held with CEOs in the four weeks since his inauguration.
HubSpot Marketing Blog
16 hours
Like many marketers, I have a bit of experience with Microsoft Excel. I've used it to organize events, plan meals, and sort data -- but I don't have nearly the advanced knowledge I wish I did. And thanks to those limited skills, I'm constantly subjecting myself to the tedium of updating my spreadsheets manually. I'm well aware that I'm missing out on a whole world of reporting automation that could save me hours of time. But when asked where they picked up their knowledge, even my most Excel-savvy colleagues told me things like, "I mostly learned from colleagues and friends," or, "When I have a specific question, I ask someone or search on Google."Fair enough. But as a beginner, I probably have a few too many Excel questions to rely on colleagues -- or Google -- to answer every one. I can't be the only one out there who wants to master the world's most popular data analysis and visualization solution -- or at least learn how to create charts and graphs that'll impress my manager.
TechCrunch
16 hours
BBC One Yorkshire
17 hours
South Yorkshire build itself on heavy industry, but it is the new stuff, the ideas that will drive it forward. Well, the president of Boeing Europe, Sir Michael Arthur, told me why they chose South Yorkshire. We've chosen this because we've had a long relationship with the area through the AM RC, we were co-founders there. We find there are high skills in the area, particularly in advanced Manny factory technology, which we think is world-class.
BMW Blog
17 hours
Completing the trio is Rob Collard, a BTCC followersfavourite and the Serieslegendary overtaker who, after his most competitive season to date in 2016, marks the tenth consecutive year he has driven a BMW in the BTCC, the last seven with WSR. Last year, the trio of WSR-prepared BMW 125i M Sport cars contributed to a nail-biting finale that went down to the wire at the final round. Team driver Sam Tordoff was pipped at the post for the overall driver’s title, just two points shy of victory. Nevertheless, the WSR BMW team claimed a double title success at the conclusion of the series, taking the BTCC Constructors crown and the TeamsChampionship once again. Entering the 2017 season of the super-competitive BTCC, TEAM BMW has heavyweight success behind it, increased financial and technical investment from BMW UK, the skills, consistency and superb track record of West Surrey Racing, and a driver trio that collectively represents the most powerful line-up in this year’s BTCC series.
Inc.
17 hours
Digital Trends
18 hours
Frogger: Get Hoppin' is Konami's latest casino game based on its game properties. For $2, players can bet on their own skills for a chance to win both skill-based rewards and random prizes. The post You can now bet on your own Frogger' skills in Las Vegas appeared first on Digital Trends .
IT PRO Analysis
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BoingBoing
18 hours
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Futurity
19 hours
If the same teacher perceives another child's parents to be uninvolved or to have a negative influence on the child's education, it likely will affect how the teacher interacts with both the child and the parent. Negative perceptions often bring out negative behaviors. For their study, Herman and colleagues randomly assigned more than 100 teachers to receive a professional development program called the Incredible Years. The program aims to prepare teachers to develop more effective relationships with parents and students, and to improve their classroom management skills. Teachers completed surveys about their more than 1,800 students and parents at the beginning and end of the school year, including answering questions asking about the quantity and quality of their relationships with parents and the parents' involvement in their children's education.
ScienceDaily
19 hours
Just like real doctors and nurses, online health tools with good -- but controlled -- communication skills can promote healthier lifestyles, according to researchers. However, if their tone is conversational, these tools may lull users into a false sense of comfort, they add. In a study, people who experienced a back-and-forth interaction with an online health risk assessment website were more likely to follow the health behaviors suggested by the tool.
Autocar
19 hours
And while we might choose to criticise any given Lotus for any number of valid reasons, to my knowledge being rubbish to drive has never been among them. For their feel, their balance and poise, Lotuses were and remain the best. And more than any other single figure, we and Lotus have Roger to thank for that. When he joined, Roger was simply an assembly line worker, but Colin Chapman soon recognised his skills and put him to work on the vehicle development team, which was working on the twin-cam Europa at the time. After that, he developed cars that have have since become part of Lotus iconography – the Esprit and Elise among them. Of course, the work we will never know about includes the countless engineering programmes that other manufacturers brought to Lotus to sort out, many doubtless lured by the knowledge that no chassis project could be in better hands than his.
Futurity
19 hours
If the same teacher perceives another child's parents to be uninvolved or to have a negative influence on the child's education, it likely will affect how the teacher interacts with both the child and the parent. Negative perceptions often bring out negative behaviors. For their study, Herman and colleagues randomly assigned more than 100 teachers to receive a professional development program called the Incredible Years. The program aims to prepare teachers to develop more effective relationships with parents and students, and to improve their classroom management skills. Teachers completed surveys about their more than 1,800 students and parents at the beginning and end of the school year, including answering questions asking about the quantity and quality of their relationships with parents and the parents' involvement in their children's education.
Salisbury Journel - Sport
19 hours
Collective Evolution
19 hours
These libraries help to build and strengthen communities by not only lending just things, but also knowledge, ideas, and skills — like how to fix broken items, for example, instead of just throwing them away and buying replacements. “People should stop buying things they dont always need,” said co-founder Ryan Dyment. “The idea of a circular economy is for more people to lease things rather than own them. That’s the future that I think is practical.” Moving forward, these libraries could partner up with companies who design their products with longevity in mind, and offer products that are durable and designed to be reused and shared. Perhaps these libraries could invest in items from this website, which only sells products that are guaranteed to last. What Is the Cost? This is entirely dependent on each library, but typically they charge an annual membership fee of around $25-$100, depending on the type of membership you choose — some offer access to longer borrowing periods or more costly items, for instance.
Manchester Evening News - Business
19 hours
According to Manchester Digitals latest skills audit the gender gap in the norths technology sector is continuing to widen. Lucy Roue speaks to three women about the barriers to diversity and how they are trying to work against them
Sky News
20 hours
To be fair to him, he goes on to say that all organisations need a range of skills and you need people with good language skills and the ability to process complex ideas but also you need people with good delivery skills who can make change happen. You need people with technical skills and you need to bring them together and have treated equally.