We re quick to label something dumb and move on, never exploring it further.That s fine for your Twitter feed, but it s an awful approach to your own creativity.It s a trial-and-error process that needs to be able to make mistakes and waste time.That s hard to reconcile with a mindset that says everything has to be perfect the first time and there s no room for anything less than the best.There will be time later to select and polish the best.If you re too afraid to pitch an idea to yourself, how can you refine it until it s ready to present to others?
Now, however, a large team of scientists has put forward an idea that may help reconcile a number of the apparent contradictions: giant Martian tsunamis.They suggest that one particular region of the red planet they've looked at contains evidence for two of them, the second of which may have driven an icy slurry across Mars' coastal plains.The authors estimate that, in the region they're looking at part of the Arabia Terra , a meteor big enough to carve out a 30km wide crater would have hit about once every 15 million years.Given the weak Martian gravity, the results could have been spectacular: simulations indicate a tsunami 50m tall on average, with local conditions possibly pushing it as high as 120m.Images of the region show a lot of areas where boulders, often meters in diameter, have accumulated."These channels have remarkable similarities to terrestrial tsunami backwash channels," the authors argue.
Finland will face the beginning of next year, the EU-Commission's request to change after the leasing period to be exported out of the car, car taxation. In both cases, the value of the loss is more or less the same, and thus the monthly lease payment. In Finland, the advance refund received your company may have to pay more car tax in the amount of export refund of duty paid on the process of reconciling pre-condition of the car and mileage at the time of export. Finnish practice of remaining with more companies, which reduces the attractiveness of the export refund to be paid in advance. "High-car tax causes a number of problems: it is difficult to reconcile with EU law, it also causes aging of the vehicle fleet, and slow down the spread of low-emission, and safe vehicles," says Automotive Information Center. Year Tax model, the tax would be paid gradually over the entire vehicle life cycle and not totally in connection with the acquisition, as at present.
Among the success factors include four things that are not entirely clear. There limp to a common nightmare in groups with independent units, namely to reconcile different data models, data formats and concepts, in terms of basic data sources. Christofer af Ekenstam responsible for decision on Sleeping summarizes the main steps: - They measured apples and pears. Various reporting tools and data sources used, it was such common Excel Solutions, says Christopher af Ekenstam. The architecture includes no central repository data warehouse, since Qliks solution is to manage data in the own platform to the extent possible. Let it take time "It takes time for the understanding of the decision to mature until, before you know what it is they should want.
Among the success factors include four things that are not entirely clear. There limp to a common nightmare in groups with independent units, namely to reconcile different data models, data formats and concepts, in terms of basic data sources. Christofer af Ekenstam responsible for decision on Sleeping summarizes the main steps: - They measured apples and pears. Various reporting tools and data sources used, it was such common Excel Solutions, says Christopher af Ekenstam. The architecture includes no central repository data warehouse, since Qliks solution is to manage data in the own platform to the extent possible. Let it take time "It takes time for the understanding of the decision to mature until, before you know what it is they should want.
BRUSSELS—A coalition of nearly 20 telcos including BT, Deutsche Telekom, Ericsson, Hutchison, Nokia, Orange, Telefonica, Telenor, and Vodafone have drawn up what they call their "5G Manifesto"—outlining what they want from governments in order to deliver 5G coverage across Europe.The 3,000-word document also makes certain promises: signatories have committed to starting large-scale demonstrations of 5G technology by 2018, and launching 5G commercially in at least one city in every EU country by 2020.However, there is a caveat: the telcos warn of the "danger" of strict regulation and want net neutrality rules to be watered down.The telcos' 5G manifesto says:The EU must reconcile the need for open Internet the term du jour for net neutrality with pragmatic rules that foster innovation.The telecom industry warns that current net neutrality guidelines create significant uncertainties around 5G return on investment.
1
The world is going to end.But for people who professionally think about the future, planning smart cities and advising on drone warfare, there s no escape from depression about impending self-destruction.In his latest work, Normal, writer Warren Ellis offers up a techno-thriller set at Normal Head, a refuge within an experimental Oregon forest where futurists go to recover from abyss gaze.But Normal doesn t read like a work set in an unknown future: Its characters, struggling to reconcile their study of how the human race is selfishly pushing the earth towards annihilation with daily life, feel familiar—and, to Ellis, who came up with the story while giving talks at futurist conferences, they are. It became very apparent quite quickly that a lot of the people who work in futurism suffer from depression, he says.A lot of those people end up sitting down with a bottle of Prozac and going to sleep, because it s miserable work that leads you to consider the worst-case scenario for everything, Ellis says.
Technology Agile and waterfall model does not fit together. But in reality, you have to reconcile the two ways of thinking. But when the project will be sold to the management and the CFOs is the waterfall model that applies. IDG News tips on four things to do to succeed. Waterfall model means fixed specification of functionality, budget and schedule. The secret is that the specifications of waterfalls descriptions are often vague, because customers do not know what they really need.
Technology Agile and waterfall model does not fit together. But in reality, you have to reconcile the two ways of thinking. But when the project will be sold to the management and the CFOs is the waterfall model that applies. IDG News tips on four things to do to succeed. Waterfall model means fixed specification of functionality, budget and schedule. The secret is that the specifications of waterfalls descriptions are often vague, because customers do not know what they really need.
Windows Phone fans continue to remain loyal to Microsoft, but it s looking like a Pokémon Go is giving the community a crisis of faith.Android and iPhone users have been enjoying the fruits of Pokémon Go for the past week, but those on Windows Phone have felt left out and are trying to find ways to reconcile.It currently boast over 21 million active users and has usurped both Facebook and Twitter in activity.Just about everyone is talking about Pokémon Go, from news casters to late night television hosts.But because Windows Phone holds such a tiny market share, currently at just 1.3% in the U.S., Nintendo has opted not to release Pokémon Go on the platform.But this past week, the subreddit has been absolutely flooded with topics, discussions, articles, and petitions.
There s something here for everybody, whether you want a no-hassle way to keep tabs on your in- and outflows, a tool to help maximize your means, or a way to build wealth through investments.Unless otherwise stated, each of these programs is cross-platform and will sync across devices.You can also add in any property and vehicles you own to get a better idea of your net worth.It makes it easy to stay on top of transactions, see income and spending trends, and follow the progress of your goals.You can t reconcile transactions and its budgeting features are limited to setting monthly spending goals by category.While that s not an issue for users who receive predictable paychecks, it s not ideal for those with irregular income who often can t project their spending further than a week or two at a stretch.
Before he was old enough to drink, Chris Poole controlled one of the most influential internet communities in history.At 15, he founded the freewheeling online image board 4chan, which achieved notoriety early on for hatching memes among a stew of not-safe-for-work content, ranging from inventive pornography to stomach-turning gore.Poole s control of the site caused him to field phone calls from the FBI and appear in court, left him nearly bankrupt and turned him into a human "punching bag."For the young New York-born techie, it was a formative experience, that forced Poole to reconcile his love for community and the benefits of anonymity with his contempt for some of the objectionable content on the site.And when he stepped down in 2015 and later sold the site, most assumed it was to escape into his own anonymity after the stress and the challenges that came with running the controversial forum.And in one of the most surprising moves in tech this year, Poole has resurfaced at Google, leading the internet company's fledgling entrepreneurship program.Browsers of the site's more controversial boards or anyone aware only of 4chan's headline-grabbing hijinks like rigging a Time poll or attacking Scientology through Anonymous, the hacktivist group it spawned , would picture Poole as this maniacal, caricature of a human being.
Rapper turned TV producer Curtis Jackson, a.k.a.50 Cent, has got a new superhero TV show coming to Starz.It s called Tomorrow, Today and it stars a hero that sounds almost exactly like Luke Cage, but is definitely not Luke Cage, since Netflix is premiering an actual Luke Cage TV series in just a couple of months.According to TV Line, the superhero drama is based on a screenplay by Jackson himself.It follows a war veteran from Chicago s South Side who, after being falsely imprisoned, becomes the personal experiment of a mad prison doctor trying to create the perfect man — and an unstoppable killing machine.Set free but on the run, the veteran must reconcile with the world that has turned against him, and use his newfound abilities for good.
Rapper turned TV producer Curtis Jackson, a.k.a.50 Cent, has got a new superhero TV show coming to Starz.It s called Tomorrow, Today and it stars a hero that sounds almost exactly like Luke Cage, but is definitely not Luke Cage, since Netflix is premiering an actual Luke Cage TV series in just a couple of months.According to TV Line, the superhero drama is based on a screenplay by Jackson himself.It follows a war veteran from Chicago s South Side who, after being falsely imprisoned, becomes the personal experiment of a mad prison doctor trying to create the perfect man — and an unstoppable killing machine.Set free but on the run, the veteran must reconcile with the world that has turned against him, and use his newfound abilities for good.
Nick hiding on a car in Fear the Walking Dead.Fear the Walking Dead returned Sunday as what felt like a very different show.It felt more like an episode of Lost, really, focusing on one single character—in this case Nick—and flashing back to reveal a significant piece of his past.Nick s father, and likely Alicia s too, was emotionally absent in his later years and died in a car accident before Nick could reconcile with him, while Nick was in rehab.The pain of the loss is one of the main reasons he relapsed after leaving rehab and the flashback even made it to the first scene of the entire series, inside the church, linking everything together.In the present, we saw Nick trying to survive on his own, heading towards Tijuana, a place he hopes he ll find dead that aren t monsters.
Australian stock traders will be trying to reconcile trades that got lost after the Australian Securities Exchange's Nasdaq-supplied trading platform melted down yesterday.Monday, September 19, was a day of embarrassment for the ASX.Early in the day, the ASX said it was working with its IT provider Nasdaq to try and resolve the problem.Apart from trying to reassure investors with an increasingly desperate series of Tweets, the exchange issued this media statement.In it, CEO Dominic Stevens apologises, assured people there were no security issues involved in the system collapse, and says: The primary issue arose from a hardware failure in the main database used by the system.
Peter Thiel, a very high-profile tech investor, has started to face some backlash about reportedly planning to donate $1.25 million in support of the Trump campaign.This has put a lot in the tech community in a very precarious situation.Thiel currently sits of Facebook s board, and the tech community is largely outspoken against Donald Trump.However, many executives — including Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and YC partner Sam Altman — have to reconcile Thiel s support and their association with him.The response, largely, has been that personal views and stances aren t a reason to push Thiel away.Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos essentially re-iterated that today.
Apple has been criticised for dropping legacy ports from the new MacBook ProIt wouldn't be inaccurate to say that Apple has left a lot of its customers royally miffed in recent months.After dropping the 3.5mm headphone jack from the iPhone 7, the company has managed to irk fans once again by launching a new MacBook Pro that misses out on standard connectors like HDMI and USB-A ports, Lightning 2 and SD card slot.In an attempt to reconcile with fans now looking at Christmas lists filled with dongles, Apple has dropped the price for all of its USB-C and Thunderbolt 3 adapters, as well as a handful of third-party peripherals.The new MacBook Pro, which comes sporting the shiny, new-fangled Touch Bar, only comes with ports for the new-ish USB-C standard.This means anyone who plans on upgrading from an older Apple laptop will find their collection of power, data and AV cables quite useless on the new machine.
In an email to his employees following the presidential election, GrubHub CEO Matt Maloney revealed that he doesn't think much of President-Elect Trump's attitude: "While demeaning, insulting and ridiculing minorities, immigrants and the physically/mentally disabled worked for Mr. Trump, I want to be clear that this behavior - and these views, have no place at Grubhub."Maloney goes on to say that "I absolutely reject the nationalist, anti-immigrant and hateful politics of Donald Trump and will work to shield our community from this movement as best as I can," and that "if you do not agree with this statement then please reply to this email with your resignation because you have no place here."That last part is getting Maloney into hot water: Fox News, which broke the news of Maloney's memo earlier on Wednesday, reported it as the chief executive urging Trump supporters to quit.It's resulted in a massive Twitter backlash against Maloney and GrubHub.In a press release, Maloney clarifies his views, saying that he would never discriminate against an employee based on their politics, and that his e-mail was "intended to advocate for inclusion and tolerance.We do not discriminate on the basis of someone's principles, or political or other beliefs," Maloney writes.Still, Maloney's e-mail was a harsher and more aggressive stance on President-Elect Trump than most other tech CEOs have given so far: Even Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and HP CEO Meg Whitman, both of whom pushed hard against Trump during his presidential campaign, have struck conciliatory tones following the election.Here's Maloney's full e-mail to employees, shared via GrubHub press release, so you can judge his intentions for yourself:SUBJECT: So... that happened... what's next?I'm still trying to reconcile my own worldview with the overwhelming message that was delivered last night.
For the most part, Marvel s new Star Wars comics have mostly shied away from exploring the era of the prequels — just two of the company s Star Wars series have touched on the time period.That s about to change with a new miniseries that will explore Maul s past before the events of The Phantom Menace.Written by Cullen Bunn and with art by Luke Ross, Darth Maul, revealed by USA Today this morning, will follow the young sith acolyte skulking in the shadows of the galactic underworld.Denied the chance to strike at the Jedi Order by his master, Maul goes off on a trek to ease his rage – only to find the opportunity to test himself against a Jedi that he could potentially corrupt to the dark side.The series, a five-part story, will apparently attempt to reconcile both the silent brute of a character seen in The Phantom Menace and the cunning trickster Maul evolved into in his appearances during Clone Wars and Rebels.The time before the events of Phantom Menace is still relatively unexplored within Disney s Star Wars canon, so hopefully Maul will deliver some interesting tidbits about that time period – while giving us some Sith-y goodness to fill the Darth Vader-shaped hole in our hearts.
More

Top