Jaisalmer Camel Safaris Are a Great Way of Doing Something New.Among the most popular hills is Sam, 40km west of Jaisalmer, which is constantly packed at night and are to a greater extent a jamboree than a back-to-nature experience.These are lesser-known yet most shocking sand ridges around Jaisalmer.The best time is from September to March during the cooler dry months,.The downpours are very little however, and temperatures stay high.Camel safaris for the most part leave promptly toward the beginning of the day to permit some distance to be covered, and an appropriate outdoors spot to be found and set up, before sunset.
Market HighlightsThe global software asset management market is anticipated to reach a market valuation of USD 2.45 billion by the end of the forecast period.SAM processes aid businesses to optimize spending habits while optimizing technology, improving the overall IT capabilities and the infrastructure to achieved greater results.The key factor driving the global software asset management market is increasing the need for managing the lifecycle of assets due to increasingly dynamic information technology (IT) environments, and the demand for efficiency with regards to the ability to effectively access, manage, and secure both software and hardware assets.Other factors driving the market are cost management, improved IT operations productivity and enhanced cybersecurity.Based on component, the global software asset management market is segmented into solutions and services.The services segment is sub-segmented and analysed into professional services and managed services.By deployment, the global SAM market is segmented into on-cloud and on-premise.Based on vertical, the global software asset management market is gaining influential applications in the BFSI, IT and telecommunications, retail, and healthcare sectors.Detailed Regional AnalysisThe regional segmentation of the global software asset management market segments the market into continent-based regional markets known as North America, Europe Asia Pacific, and the rest of the world (RoW).
Photo by Sam Byford / The Verge Nvidia has started to roll out support for Resizable BAR, a feature of PCI Express that can boost frame rates in certain games by up to 10 percent. The new RTX 3060 graphics card is the first to include Resizable BAR, which allows certain CPUs to access the full graphics frame buffer, instead of being limited to reading just 256MB blocks. Support for other 30-series GPUs will be available in late March. You’ll need the right CPU, motherboard, and graphics card to utilize this new feature, and Nvidia is working with both AMD and Intel to provide chipset support. AMD’s Zen 3 CPUs are supported, alongside Intel’s 10th Gen processors and the company’s upcoming 11th Gen S chips. Image: Nvidia Nvidia’s Resizable BAR... Continue reading…
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Marvel Comics “M.O.D.O.K.” is an adult-oriented television show that’ll be released on HULU. But it’s a superhero show, right? Why won’t it be released on Disney+? Because Disney+ isn’t aimed at adults, it’s made to be almost entirely kid-friendly, while HULU has the freedom to release programs for ALL ages. Also, fun fact: Disney owns Hulu. A MODOK television series … Continue reading
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Legislation introduced in the 19th century to target destitute soldiers sleeping on the streets should be “consigned to history”, housing secretary Robert Jenrick has said.The secretary of state on Thursday said the Vagrancy Act, introduced in 1824 during the Napoleonic Wars, should be repealed amid concern the law is being used by police officers to “criminalise” homeless people during the Covid-19 pandemic.Earlier this month, HuffPost UK reported how forces in England and Wales made 361 charges that led to court hearings between April and September last year using two sections of the Act that relate to begging and rough sleeping.In January, HuffPost UK also revealed how campaigners feared homeless people were being treated harshly under legislation allowing officers to “move people on” and ask why they are away from home to prevent breaches of Covid-19 laws.In 2018, the UK government announced it would review the law – rather than abolish it – but has yet to make any changes.In a debate on rough sleeping in the Commons, Jenriick said: “We have reviewed the Vagrancy Act and will be saying more in the weeks ahead.“It is my opinion that the Vagrancy Act should be repealed. It is an antiquated piece of legislation whose time has been and gone.“We should consider carefully whether better, more modern legislation could be introduced to preserve some aspects of it, but the Act itself, I think, should be consigned to history.”His comments were welcomed by campaigners and MPs.Jon Sparkes, chief executive of the homelessness charity Crisis, said: “This archaic piece of law does nothing to tackle the root causes of rough sleeping and instead drives people further away from support.“This ‘out of sight, out of mind’ approach to homelessness benefits no one and denies people dignity and respect.“We have worked closely with MPs, police and people with lived experience of rough sleeping to right this historic wrong, and look forward to working with the UK government on the legislation to repeal the act.”Sam Grant, head of policy and campaigns at human rights group Liberty, said it agreed with Jenrick – but any reform should be “coupled with a change in approach, namely stopping the reliance on criminalisation to solve complex social issues”.He said: “In recent years we’ve seen a rash of Public Spaces Protection Orders introduced by local councils to criminalise rough sleeping.“If you’re sleeping rough or begging, that is a result of poverty and that’s a problem for society to solve not punish.“Unfortunately, long term solutions to the systemic causes of homelessness are often overlooked for short-term ‘fixes’ which allow councils to try to push the problem elsewhere through fines and criminalisation.Liberal Democrat MP Layla Moran, who last year introduced a bill to repeal the law, said sleeping rough should not be a crime in 2021.She added: “Scrapping this archaic law represents the first step in a journey to taking a more compassionate and holistic approach to homelessness.“I’ve already introduced a cross-party bill that would repeal it in a heartbeat. It’s time for Jenrick to follow through on his word, pick it up and scrap the Act.”Related...Police Using 'Archaic' Vagrancy Act To 'Criminalise' Homelessness During PandemicTheresa May Unveils £100 Million Plan To End Rough Sleeping By 2027Thousands Of People Sleeping Rough During Pandemic Despite 'Everyone In' Scheme
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The construction industry eyes 3D printing to build affordably and rapidly—and for the next few billion
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Key privacy regulator for European Union expects to boost number of big decisions this year involving tech companies
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Gemma Collins, Kim Woodburn and Peter Andre are among the famous faces set to be impersonated when the celebrity catfish get to work on the upcoming star-studded edition of The Circle.The Circle, which aired its first two civilian series in 2018 and 2019, sees people living in isolation and only communicating with one another via a specially-designed social media platform.Because of the format, contestants are able to “catfish” their competitors by donning a different online persona to try and make themselves more popular.The line-up for the celebrity version of the Channel 4 reality show was first announced last month, but it’s now been revealed who will be competing as themselves, and which contestants will be trying to convince their fellow stars that they’re someone completely different.Last week, it was revealed that Loose Women stars Nadia Sawalha and Kaye Adams will be playing as Gemma Collins, while RuPaul’s Drag Race finalist Baga Chipz will pretend to be Kim Woodburn.The rest of the famous catfish include Lady Leshurr impersonating fellow British rapper Big Narstie, reality stars Sam Thompson and Pete Wicks pretending to be Countdown’s Rachel Riley and presenting duo Rickie and Melvin playing the game as musician Will.i.am.Later in the series, Charlotte Crosby will join the show as a late arrival, but will tell her fellow celebs she’s actually Peter Andre.Frankly, we can’t wait to see how this all plays out.Meanwhile, Blue singer Duncan James, YouTuber Saffron Barker and all-round entertainer Denise Van Outen will all play as themselves.The Celebrity Circle will launch on Tuesday 9 March on Channel 4 and run for a week, with a regular version of the show expected to follow shortly afterwards.MORE REALITY TV:Caroline Quentin Says Some Strictly Pros ‘Humiliated’ Their Celeb Dance PartnersDrag Race's Tina Burner Reveals Judgement She Faced During Graham Norton RomanceLove Island Faves Camilla Thurlow And Jamie Jewitt Announce Engagement After Adorable Proposal
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The Ship Radar market research report presents a comprehensive assessment of the market and contains thoughtful insights, facts, historical data, and statistically supported and industry-validated market data.The research report provides analysis and information according to Ship Radar market segments such as geography, product type & applications.The Ship Radar market research report has combined the analysis of different factors that augment the market’s growth.The report also provides the scope of different segments and applications that can potentially influence the Ship Radar market in the future.The primary objective of the Ship Radar market report is to provide insights regarding opportunities in the market that are supporting the transformation of global businesses associated with Ship Radar.This report also provides an estimation of the Ship Radar market size and corresponding revenue forecasts carried out in terms of US$.It also offers actionable insights based on the future trends in the Ship Radar market.Furthermore, new and emerging players in the global Ship Radar market can make use of the information presented in the study for effective business decisions, which will provide momentum to their businesses as well as the global Ship Radar market.Request a Sample Report of Ship Radar Market: https://market.us/report/ship-radar-market/request-sampleTop Companies Covered in this Report:Furuno, Navico, JRC (Alphatron Marine), Garmin, SAM Electronics, Transas Marine International, Raymarine, Raytheon, Sperry Marine, TOKIO KEIKI, GEM Elettronica, Rutter Inc, Kelvin Hughes, Koden Electronics, Kongsberg MaritimeBy Types:S-bandX-bandBy Applications:Yacht/Recreational BoatMerchant MarineFishing VesselMilitary NavalQuantifiable data:• Market Data Breakdown by Key Geography, Type & Application / End-User• By type (past and forecast)• Ship Radar Market-Specific Applications Sales and Growth Rates (Historical & Forecast)• Ship Radar revenue and growth rate by market (history and forecast)• Ship Radar market size and growth rate, application and type (past and forecast)• Sales revenue, volume and Y-O-Y growth rate (base year) of Ship Radar marketIf Your Have Any Questions About This Report, Please Reach Out to Us: https://market.us/report/ship-radar-market/#inquiryProviding separate section of covid-19 crisis which consists:Description: This section sums up entire research study along with volume forecasts and CAGR value.Major Segments: This segment provide information about leading segments with important factors like growth potential and share.Leading Regions: In depth study of major regions in covid-19 pandemic and countries overall growth during this crisis.Competitors profiling: Accurate study of competitive landscape in affected regions and other studies.Dynamics: Aspects such as market constraints, prospective supply and demand, barriers, opportunities, etc.
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New headset coming after 2021 will have higher resolution and new controllers.
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Triple-I worked on Homeland Security and ICE systems An IT contractor has agreed to pay back $6m to the US federal government for charging expert IT rates while sending newbies.…
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What are your biggest challenges as a training manager in your organization?Training budgets?Tight timelines?Dwindling budgets and ever-reducing timelines will continue to be with you, especially now with the global pandemic raging around us.But before we move on to the tips, let’s first define rapid eLearning.5 Tricks to Reduce Cost and Time with Rapid eLearningBe smart with SME timeUse online review toolsFollow the iterative SAM processLeverage the right eLearning authoring toolStandardize templates and elementsWhat is Rapid eLearning?Rapid eLearning, as the term suggests, ensures eLearning course development (the process of developing eLearning courses) in minimum time.That’s where rapid eLearning comes in handy – to convert your existing classroom materials into eLearning courses quickly and effectively.Without further ado, let’s take a detailed look at some of the ways rapid eLearning reduces time and cost.Be Smart with SME Time Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) play an important role in building good eLearning courses.However, SMEs are also very busy people – whose primary job is not training – who usually do not have much time to spend on training.
You’re reading The Waugh Zone, our daily politics briefing. Sign up now to get it by email in the evening.“I won’t be buccaneering with people’s lives,” Boris Johnson said. Well, it’s taken 11 months, three Covid waves and more than 100,000 deaths, but he got there in the end. He won’t bucc it up this time, will he?With nearly every word of his latest No.10 press conference, the PM stuck to the new script. Careful, evidence-based caution had finally replaced the boosterish overpromising and blithe complacency that dominated so much of his response to the pandemic last year. The new “roadmap” is so eminently sensible that Keir Starmer couldn’t really find much to disagree with. At the heart of the strategy were the five-week pauses between stages, key periods to assess, reassess and deliberate the impact of each relaxation. Four separate reviews will, equally sensibly, take time to look at the data on social distancing, overseas travel, vaccine passports and open-air events.And although the political catastrophe of a fourth lockdown is obviously a powerful incentive for the PM, overall the Downing Street briefing seemed to confirm that chief medical officer Chris Whitty and chief scientist Patrick Vallance had finally won the battle for Johnson’s heart.For possibly the first time in months of these “three amigos’” events, there wasn’t the slightest hint of difference of opinion. On everything from school reopening to vaccination, you couldn’t get a wafer-thin lateral flow test between them. Whitty talked about Covid being with us for “the next few winters”, but only in a way that flu has been for decades.It may be that this famously unreflective PM has finally also looked into his own soul in recent weeks. Perhaps the most startling thing written about him last week was Fraser Nelson’s Telegraph column suggesting he has “started to blame himself” for delaying the first lockdown by a week: a decision that Imperial College London has claimed cost 21,000 lives. Whether he’s feeling guilty about locking down late this January too is an open question.Yet while it will hearten many that Johnson has finally ditched his chaotic crisis management mode of governing, there lingers an unnerving thought: if even this optimism-biased prime minister has started to be cautious, the scientists’ warnings must be pretty worrying. And indeed, the Sage minutes and documents today confirmed just that.The sheer precariousness of our current position, even with an amazing vaccine rollout, was laid bare in those Sage papers. Lifting restrictions by the end of April, as some Tory lockdown sceptics had demanded, would spark a huge new fourth wave of infections and risk doubling the death toll, they forecast.Just as worrying were the minutes of the February 4 meeting that stated: “Relaxation of a significant number of restrictions over three months starting from the beginning of April could lead to hospital occupancy higher than the January peak whereas relaxation over nine months would result in a much smaller peak.” Relaxation over three months from April, doesn’t that sound like, er, the roadmap?That same meeting also advised “an ‘adaptive management’ approach, responding to data, for example setting levels of infection or hospitalisation that would need to be reached before making changes”. “This makes it more likely that the epidemic can be kept under control,” it said. But the PM clearly felt that was a bit too sage of Sage because his roadmap lacks any such figures or numbers to measure progress. Instead, we got a series of tentative dates for each stage of unlockdown. So we didn’t get the data points, but we did get the dates. Which wasn’t really the soundbite promised.Johnson was honest enough to stress to MPs that lifting lockdown will lead to more deaths, partly because even among those vaccinated there will be a “large minority” who remain insufficiently protected. Add in the uncertainty about the impact of the vaccines on stopping transmission and that looks even more candid.Despite all the uncertainty, Johnson couldn’t at times hide his own desperation for certainty. In his Commons statement, he said he believed his roadmap was “a one way road to freedom”, that “will guide us cautiously but irreversibly” (he said the i-word three times). Yet when asked by SkyNews’ Sam Coates if he would resign if there was a fourth lockdown, the PM wriggled for some wriggle room, saying it was only his “intention” that this was a one-way roadmap.He was similarly shifty when asked about financial support, even though his own plans would seem to imply that Rishi Sunak will next week have to announce furlough is extended through May and possibly until June 21, when hospitality firms can fully reopen and make a profit. Despite a small change to isolation support for parents of kids with Covid, there was nothing to match Jeremy Hunt’s call for an isolation salary replacement scheme.There was even a hint of a throwback to our old friend “Whackamole” from some in government today, as we learned that new outbreaks of new variants could lead to local lockdowns. While there will be no return to tiers over the next few months (amid fears the dominant strain travels just too fast), there will be flexibility to crack down in some places.In fact, I suspect it will be the lack of regional tiering that most triggers the next Tory rebellion. Notwithstanding recent drops, some regional admissions rates are stubbornly higher than others (the midlands are double the rates of London and the south east). If any of those five-week pauses produces data that suggests different outcomes for different areas, there could be trouble ahead. For now at least, the PM has a plan. Let’s see if he really has changed, and sticks to it.Related...Relaxing Lockdown As Planned Could Trigger Worst Hospital Peak Yet, Sage WarnsMajority Of Covid Restrictions Could End On June 21, Boris Johnson AnnouncesHow Boris Johnson Will Lift The Coronavirus Lockdown
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Victoria Beckham posted a special tribute in honour of her youngest son Cruz’s 16th birthday, which included a candid video that had us laughing out loud.As has become a bit of a Beckham tradition, Victoria saw in Cruz’s special day by posting a video montage on Instagram, including never-before-seen clips and photos of her family.Our favourite moment of the video, though, is the very beginning, which sees Cruz putting on a show for his family, performing the Sam Cooke classic You Send Me.His rendition is then interrupted by a decidedly less tuneful off-screen “woah” from Cruz’s dad David Beckham, followed by an annoyed “David!” from Posh. View this post on InstagramA post shared by Victoria Beckham (@victoriabeckham)Victoria’s post also sees Cruz posing on holiday with his siblings, performing the Cups number from Pitch Perfect and getting stuck into some graffiti art.David also shared a birthday tribute for his son, writing: “Happy 16th Birthday to my little man... Have the most amazing day , dad is so proud of you. Love you always and forever.He then added a cheeky “sorry about the singing” at the end. View this post on InstagramA post shared by David Beckham (@davidbeckham)Cruz’s older brothers Brooklyn and Romeo Beckham also posted Instagram tributes, with the latter sharing a photo of them playing football as children.“Happy 16th lil bro hope you have the best day, love u,” Romeo wrote. View this post on InstagramA post shared by ROMEO (@romeobeckham) View this post on InstagramA post shared by @brooklynbeckhamIt’s been a big 12 months for the Beckham family, with Brooklyn celebrating his 21st birthday in March 2020, and Romeo turning 18 six months later.Cruz recently made headlines when he bought his dad a slightly inappropriate gift over the Christmas period.READ MORE:Victoria And David Beckham's Loved-Up Valentine's Messages Are Giving Us All The FeelsBrooklyn Beckham’s ‘Future Wifey’ Wrote Him A Love Letter And Now He Has It Tattooed On His BackThe Beckhams Are Still Raking It In, But Victoria's Fashion Empire Is Struggling
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The game that made its appearance at the present form in the ancient 1960s released by Kalyanji Bhagat and also Ratan Khatri, stayed famous because of its off line version till the nineteen nineties.Subsequent to the intervention of the Mumbai police the specific situation changed and the gaming industry underwent a downslide for moment.But together with the coming of the internet game of SattaMatka the tide has once more begun turning favorably to its bookies along with members.satta king The Profession Course of ActionFrom the match of Satta King that the ball player has to choose three different amounts at the range of 0-9 randomly.As soon as the numbers will be acquired they will be added with each other and that is going to lead to a new number to get each player.If the player selects 3, 7, and 5 then a amounts will likely be inserted to find the new number 1-5 and the gamer could use the last digit of the sam e which is 5.
The game that made its appearance at the present form in the ancient 1960s released by Kalyanji Bhagat and also Ratan Khatri, stayed famous because of its off line version till the nineteen nineties.Subsequent to the intervention of the Mumbai police the specific situation changed and the gaming industry underwent a downslide for moment.But together with the coming of the internet game of SattaMatka the tide has once more begun turning favorably to its bookies along with members.satta kingThe Profession Course of ActionFrom the match of Satta King that the ball player has to choose three different amounts at the range of 0-9 randomly.As soon as the numbers will be acquired they will be added with each other and that is going to lead to a new number to get each player.If the player selects 3, 7, and 5 then a amounts will likely be inserted to find the new number 1-5 and the gamer could use the last digit of the sam e which is 5.
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