2000 randomly selected, the Coil of unemployment benefits covered by the Finnish will soon receive a letter from Kela.Their account started from January onwards, come to the monthly 560 for the basic income.These 2000 people from different parts of Finland have been selected by lottery to the government's basic income experiment of the first phase of the sample.They get the basic income for a period of two years i.e. 2017-2018.the spool of law unit chief Marjukka Turunen told the New Finland that the announcement of the selection of incoming mail slot a little after christmas.This is a research-based perspective that you can not refuse, because then it will outfit a selection.
English at the university of Exeter, working physicists Katy Sheen claims twinkle in his eye to have solved the Santa claus riddle of relativity.He told me he wrote seven years old, Santa claus letter, which the wondering why Santa's age at all.the Young Sheen got the answer that it is magic.however, This does not fully satisfy the physicist began, but now 26 years later, he told me that he got rational solution for the trail.the theory of Relativity to help you understand as well as ancient Santa claus aging stops that Santa's ability to deliver the presents to all the world for christmas to those children in just one evening and during the night.Sheen, according to the Santa and his reindeer got to about 10 million miles an hour to get to take a gift for all the world's approximately 700 million christmas party for children.
Boxing Day Sales 2016: All the best early deals you can take advantage of right now.With Christmas just around the corner, here's everything you need to know to bag a bargain in the next bout of December and January UK sales.Still got some money left over after Black Friday?If you haven't already ticked everyone off your Christmas shopping list, though, fear not – there are still plenty of great bargains you can take advantage of today, and even more to come in the Boxing Day sales.We'll be updating this page with fresh deals regularly, so keep checking back, especially on December 26 when the action will really hot up!Best early Boxing Day deal – save £115 on Oral-B electric toothbrush!
Insects, prepared foods are becoming a Finnish store shelves next year, when the EU novel food regulation comes into force on the beginning of the year.the Interim, the Finnish Media on Sunday Finnish.currently, the insect of marketing and sales for human consumption is in the EU area mainly prohibited.the New regulation would make the sale permissible but subject to authorisation.Estimates on when the first mosquito products come from Finnish shops ranging from next year's summer to christmas.the application for marketing authorisation of processing is thought to take at least half a year.
PodcastIt's The Reg's weekly tech newscast, hosted by Sarah Vela, Ed Saipetch and Amy Lewis.This week the trio discuss layoffs, buttons and Twitter links.Their special guest this week is Richard Seroter, Sr, Director of Product at Pivotal.Here are the details… 1:00 Yoko Lewis hijacks the podcast 4:55 Ed is packing… and working technical support 6:50 Tech layoffs jump in the Bay Area 13:27 Philly police s fake Google Maps van 19:05 The wisdom of IoT buttons 26:00 Gelsinger is sitting Pat 29:36 Twitter links won t stink 32:55 FLASHBACK: I Want a Snuffy for Christmas 34:26 Introducing Richard Seroter of Pivotal 38:17 Infecting tech culture 42:23 Acquisition lessons: Hitching to stakeholders 44:00 Pivotal transition: Managing change 51:29 The role of container orchestration 55:24 Finding the next thing : Bots are hotListen with the Reg player below, or download here.Podcast Subscriber LinksFeed URL for other podcast tools †Juice, Zune, et cetera: http://nekkidtech.libsyn.com/rss
Does year-over-year traffic show that traffic always dips this time of year Does Google Trends indicate that interest in your overall industry has declined?You can find out for sure by checking your organic traffic history with a year-over-year comparison and looking for up or down trends across the years.It s unlikely that your business has had to ride the wave that these hoverboard manufacturers saw, but the concept still applies.While seeing a dip in Google Trends presents you with a problem to overcome, you can still take comfort in knowing that all of your competitors are feeling the same squeeze.As we started to dig through things together, we noticed that there was zero traffic from Safari browsers.Looking at referrals, channels and other segments can help you narrow down your search.
Looks puzzlingDid you play The Talos Principle?Croteam's Alen Ladavac confirmed a sequel was on the way during a talk at Nordic Game conference this morning, and that's it.A simple sentence: "Talos Principle 2 is going to happen" he confirmed this morning when questioned.The Talos Principle snuck out in December 2014 and got a bit lost in the usual December noise and office drinks, you know the ones, the one you hate where Steve talks about the Christmas bonus forever.God, I hate Steve.Rock Paper Shotgun picked up on the announcement, but it's quite a messy tale of affairs.
It s often tough to fathom that Amazon s Kindle, the predominant e-reader of the decade thus far, has been around for more than eight years.It seems like just yesterday my mother was unboxing the slick, white device from underneath the Christmas tree, her smug smile and giddy excitement in tow.The eBook marketplace is overwhelming, with more than a million books and publications available at your fingertips within a mere 60 seconds, ranging in cost from 99 cents up into the thousands of dollars.However, there s also a myriad of titles available through Amazon, Google Play, and other sources that are available entirely free of charge.The bulk of the titles include those that have fallen into public domain over the years, but there s also a healthy dose of self-published and over-the-counter titles you d likely pick up on your way through the checkout line at your local supermarket.To do so, navigate to your Google Play Book library, click the three squares in the upper-right corner of any title and select Download PDF from the resulting drop-down list.
If Mr. Rogers neighbors were like the ones in these tweets, he would ve moved.With Neighbors 2 hitting theaters, it seemed appropriate for Jimmy Fallon to make this week s Tonight Show hashtag MyWeirdNeighbor.But for all the people whose tweets made it into the favorites, we re sorry [email protected] @jimmyfallon my neighbor asked me If I smelled anything funny the other night, I said no, he replied, good MyWeirdNeighbor— Hartwell @hartwell17 May 18, 2016Our new neighbors thought our wifi was our last name so they gave us a Christmas card addressed to the Linksys Family MyWeirdNeighbor— Chance The Infielder @ChanceCarnahan May 19, 2016So if your neighbors ever get you down, just look at this post and remember it could be way worse.The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m.ET on NBC.
At Chalmers Ventures, we work to connect the right people together, provide input to create value and ensure that there is money to create action. Quite simply a machine for more growth. What behavior can withstand you really? Which tech celebrity would you absolutely not celebrate Midsummer / Christmas with? It's great fun to watch, but I think he's awfully tough to hang out with! Old, happy, close to my family and in my step.
It was only fitting that Graham Allgood received his summer internship offer from Horizon Media via Snapchat.Business Insider first reported about Allgood's Snapchat creativity on May 12, after Allgood had already first been turned down by the company.He'd been looking for an internship since Christmas, only to find his emails unreturned or résumé shoved into piles."Honestly my story to find a summer internship is fairly familiar with lots of other college students.I am an eager student who, at the end of the school year, found myself crashing on a friend s couch, surviving on PB J s, and spending all my free time pursuing the optimal internship; somewhere, somehow," Allgood wrote to Business Insider in an e-mail.That's when he decided to do something different to stand out from the crowd.He turned to Snapchat and designed his own geofilter to run an advertising campaign to promote himself as a great hire to the employees of Horizon Media, the largest standalone ad agency in the US.Geofilters on Snapchat target a specific location and can be overlaid over a photo.In Allgood's case, he designed the Horizon name to appear alongside his at the bottom of the screen with a small "Hey Hire Me" square at the top.He knew that the company posted photos and videos from inside the office on Tuesdays, so he spent $30 to target the company."At the time, Horizon Media said it didn't have space in the program so they initially turned him down, but behind-the-scenes, the company was trying to find him a spot.
I got to go on a one-day workshop with renowned lecturers who work with some of today's most exciting areas of technology: artificial intelligence, quantum computers, blockkedjeteknik, 3d printers, synthetic biology and virtual reality. Here are some examples, which I had with me: Quantum computers, which have been hot for a wider public since Time Magazine put it on the cover of two years ago, is expected to have a breakthrough in the financial sector. There are huge amounts of data and adequate risk-prone capital to invest in an unlimited global computing power, predicted Andrew Fursman, president and founder of 1Qbit, also referring to Google's breakthrough just before Christmas, when sökjätten told of their quantum computer working 100 million times faster than a standard pC. The high-profile block chain technology behind crypto currencies like Bitcoin, is expected to have a major impact far beyond the financial sector. We all need to be inspired and broaden our horizons sometimes. The boss may even choose to hang on.
Acanvas, yes.This could go on all day.Before I hit you with AcricketbatOK, so Acanvas is the brainchild of ex-LG folks, who want to help you colour up your walls with things that are meaningful to you.This means there s no faffing about with SD cards, and you can beam new images to it from anywhere.Secondly, you can hang it up pretty much anywhere, thanks to its unique and clever self-charging solution, which has the added benefit of looking a bit like some kind of creepy sexual alien come to suck out your brains.And do you know the best thing about Acanvas' super-creepy alien chargers?
According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo at KGI Securities and 9to5Mac citing their own sources , Apple will introduce a "dramatically overhauled" MacBook Pro later this year, probably in Q4.This will coincide with the lucrative back-to-school programme in the US which also kicks off the three-month run to Christmas .Taking a leaf out of the new MacBook's book, it will feature a "thinner and lighter" design with its curved bottom likely to be trimmed.Fat with all the trimmingsThis being a Pro laptop, ports are likely to remain untouched with more powerful Intel Core i5/i7 processors and a discrete graphics card.The laptop is likely to be available in 13-inch and 15-inch form factors with physical function keys replaced by an OLED display touch bar, together with metal injection moulded hinges, Touch ID, USB-C and Thunderbolt 3.Check out our review of the current Apple MacBook Pro
El Niño was a victim of this hype, always being compared to what came before.But although we saw a few flashes of violent, Godzilla-like destruction, El Niño failed to deliver at its most critical moments, even while working closely with its friend and collaborator The Blob, which passed away earlier this year.It killed coral reefs.It rather thoughtfully delivered some of the warmest Christmas weather in recent memory.Now the US is likely going to see another hotter-than-average summer.Rest in peace, my friend.
What do rival networks have going on?Though we ve broken charges down by continent where possible, there are a few exceptions Tunisia being a constant thorn in the side where costs may be higher or lower, so it s always worth double-checking before you travel.EE Roaming Chargesee tableUnsurprisingly, things look a lot friendlier in Europe than they do elsewhere with EE much of the same follows below , with roaming figures in Africa, Asia and South America particularly high.That said, EE offers innumerous talk-and- text and data add-ons tailored to individual countries around the world, which make holidaying a little easier on the wallet.We ve left Africa out of the table above purely because there doesn t appear to be any sort of dominant pattern to follow, with the charges in various countries bouncing up and down more often than Steve Ballmer on a bouncy castle.Oh, and by the way, Asia Pacific includes Australia, Christmas Island, Cocos Islands, Hong Kong, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, Tokelau.
What do rival networks have going on?Though we ve broken charges down by continent where possible, there are a few exceptions Tunisia being a constant thorn in the side where costs may be higher or lower, so it s always worth double-checking before you travel.EE Roaming Chargesee tableUnsurprisingly, things look a lot friendlier in Europe than they do elsewhere with EE much of the same follows below , with roaming figures in Africa, Asia and South America particularly high.That said, EE offers innumerous talk-and- text and data add-ons tailored to individual countries around the world, which make holidaying a little easier on the wallet.We ve left Africa out of the table above purely because there doesn t appear to be any sort of dominant pattern to follow, with the charges in various countries bouncing up and down more often than Steve Ballmer on a bouncy castle.Oh, and by the way, Asia Pacific includes Australia, Christmas Island, Cocos Islands, Hong Kong, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, Tokelau.
What do rival networks have going on?Though we ve broken charges down by continent where possible, there are a few exceptions Tunisia being a constant thorn in the side where costs may be higher or lower, so it s always worth double-checking before you travel.EE Roaming Chargesee tableUnsurprisingly, things look a lot friendlier in Europe than they do elsewhere with EE much of the same follows below , with roaming figures in Africa, Asia and South America particularly high.That said, EE offers innumerous talk-and- text and data add-ons tailored to individual countries around the world, which make holidaying a little easier on the wallet.We ve left Africa out of the table above purely because there doesn t appear to be any sort of dominant pattern to follow, with the charges in various countries bouncing up and down more often than Steve Ballmer on a bouncy castle.Oh, and by the way, Asia Pacific includes Australia, Christmas Island, Cocos Islands, Hong Kong, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, Tokelau.
Good news for game developers around the world — the .game domain extension has officially launched for anyone to register.The Internet has seen a flurry of new top-level domains TLD beyond the likes of .com, .net, or .org, a movement that was spurred when ICANN first revealed plans to extend things back in 2011.This has meant that companies can buy their very own unique closed TLD, such as what a certain Internet giant did with .Google, but it has also led to a bunch of industry-specific domains, such as .florist and .game.Five registrars had applied to operate the new .game domain extension, including the likes of Google and Amazon, but Cayman Islands-based Uniregistry won out last year, with the company s general counsel Bret Fausett announcing it in a tweet.Uniregistry also owns other notable domain extensions including .audio, .auto, .car, .christmas, .flowers, .help, .hiphop, and .photo.Before the new .game extension was opened to the public, there were several earlier pre-registration phases allowing brands and trademark-holders to get a head start, and according to Uniregistry, virtually all of the high-profile gaming brands had snapped up relevant names.We are especially pleased to see the early adoption of the name by the world s leading gaming companies, said Frank Schilling, the managing director of Uniregistry, in a press release.And although a quick search confirms that many of the popular gaming brands are no longer available, many can still be bought — for example Mario.game is yours for a mere $1,430 per year.At any rate, the new public offering should serve as a boon for software companies and app developers who have found memorable .com domains harder to come by..Game domain names are where the art of marketing intersects with computer science and the technology of the web.
Freelancer-finding site Fiverr has booted out users offering distributed denial of service attack for-hire groups for as low as US$5.Fiverr is a service that connects buyers with professionals like designers and developers, many of whom offer their services for not much more than the price of a beer.One booter bandit told the pair they could use the stresser against any site but advised against targeting government domains."This just goes to show that even DDoSers have some moral compass, as well as a healthy fear of the government," the pair say.The five-bucks-an-hour services represent a new low.The price plunge may be due to the use of hacked infrastructure including home routers to power the booters, while various request amplification tricks can be leveraged to flood targets with large amounts of traffic.
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