Bad weather has delayed the delivery of mail to different parts of Southern Finland this week and late last week, the Mail told.the Delays have been on the evening of the day of distribution, i.e. the so-called letter mail.most commonly, these have been one-day delays, but the post has been able to even remain completely without sharing two consecutive weekday.the end of the year delays should no longer be.
South Korea is the plastic surgery capital of the world — to such an extent that parents will often pay for their children to have double eyelid surgery before they start college.A plastic surgeon in Seoul's Gangnam District explains the obsession with plastic surgery.Produced by Will Wei and Drake Baer
This fear is: the Finns travelled to the South of europe and to use mobile data than at home.Transport and communications minister Anne Berner from among received today, Friday, in front of the stone the stench of the EU-dispute telecom operators, roaming charges, roaming the abolition within the EU next summer.in This case, the tourists would be able to use a mobile phone without restrictions in all EU countries, the domestic price levels.in Brussels gather teleministerit are now trying to find a common approach to roaming price reductions, and negotiations will continue in mid-December parliament, the commission and the member states.the European parliament's industry and research committee called for the beginning of the week the mobile phone traffic of the roaming wholesale charges considerably lower than the EU commission and the member states, the majority has proposed.the wholesale charges means the telecommunications operators, payments to other telecom operators.
south-western Finland scout foundation has sold a majority stake in the clothing and camping business Scandinavian outdoorin the Ville Rantala.Rantala purchase by share chain is 80%.arrangement that Scandinavian Outdoorilla a further boost to international trade, the company told the bulletin.scout foundation seeks ownership arrangements to diversify risk.Rantala works on the future of the company as chairman of the board."Scandinavian Outdoor has a great reputation of the brand.
Miners dug hundreds, even thousands, of feet into the ground here, extracting one of humanity's most treasured minerals: salt.They've since left the mine, having extracted its treasures, but they left behind an incredible patchwork of passages as tall as cathedrals.Proponents claim the salt keeps the air inside the mines free of allergens, and low in bacteria.Nearly 1,400 feet underground, the potassium and stone salt mine near the town of Soligorsk, south of Minsk, in Belarus is a popular destination for medical treatments.The Republican Clinic of Speleotherapy says more than 7,000 children and adults go to the mine each year to relieve their respiratory illnesses.The US Food and Drug Administration has approved medications called mucolytics that can thin the mucus in the lungs in a similar way.
Us defense secretary Jim Mattis warned on Friday the North Korean nuclear weapons use and insurance at the same time the United states support a firm in South Korea.any attack on the united states or our allies we will be destroyed, and any use of nuclear weapons against him in reaction, which will be effective and withering , Mattis said the South Korean ministry of defense visit at the end.Mattis's comments come amid concerns that North Korea may be preparing a new missile test, which, in turn, could be a challenging thing to Donald Trump's new government, told Reuters news agency.North Korea against regular threats naapuvaltioonsa South Korea, which is, in turn, the United states allies.North Korea conducted more than 20 test launch of a missile last year as well as two nuclear test despite UN opposition and sanctions.North Korea will continue missile launches, his nuclear weapons programme development, as well as threatening behavior and rhetoric , Mattis said.
Forget everything you were taught in biology – plants don't need sunlight to grow.Growing Underground is a farm 33 metres below Clapham, south London, swapping sunlight for LEDs."Over the past three to five years, LED development has reached the stage where we can grow without any natural light whatsoever," says Steven Dring, who founded the project with fellow Bristolian Richard Ballard."You can even change the light spectrum to cater to the different plants that you're growing."Growing Underground's focus is on the leafier vegetables, from microherbs to baby leaf salad."What's new about the latest lights is that you can stack them very close to the crops, 25cm away, if not closer," says Dring, "so you can layer products and lights on top of products and lights."
the Government was today, Wednesday, to deal with the opposition of the spacing issue regarding the vocational education cuts and reform.the Cuts after the whole vocational education should be the number to do early next year to start reform.South-Savo Education Ltd, managing director Arja-Leena saastamoinen foundation said he was concerned that the cut will jeopardize the continuity of the first and foremost investment required by sectors such as technology, construction and forestry machine operator training.”I don't know any other sector, which made such a harsh cut at once, even if student numbers remain roughly the same”, He said.a Total professional from the second grade is to cut funding roughly 25 percent,” He sums up.Stenbacka is the number of cuts in the same figures as the saastamoinen foundation.
Today he's the cofounder of Qualtrics, working with his younger brother Ryan Smith, who is founder and CEO.The company was also founded with their father Dr. Scott Smith, a professor at Brigham Young University.While younger brother Ryan has always been the flashy, stylish frontman of Qualtrics, Jared was the behind-the-scenes product genius that built the first version of the product (as well as subsequent versions) that brought the company initial success.He had been working as a successful exec at Google before his brother prodded into joining Qualtrics instead.He got an internship at word-processing-software maker WordPerfect, which was bought by Novell.He worked his way up to product manager by age 18.
Fang Binxing was forced to use a VPN to circumvent the Great Firewall of China Photograph: Kevin Frayer/Getty ImagesThe Father of China s internet censorship infrastructure, known as the Great Firewall of China, has been caught having to circumvent his own creation after attempting to display a website during a talk at the Harbin Institute of Technology in the Heilongjiang province of China.According to local reports, Fang Binxing attempted to display a South Korea website, which he said showed the views of South Koreans attempting to build similar infrastructure to China s firewall, but was blocked by said censorship system.Fang then had to resort to setting up a virtual private network VPN to circumvent the censorship, in full view of the lecture attendees, to display the site.Using VPNs to effectively make a tunnel through the Great Firewall of China to the outside internet world is a common, but frowned upon, practice used by many within China wishing to access western sites such as Facebook and Twitter.The UK also operates a system of censorship through court-ordered blocks of piracy sites by internet service providers, including the notorious Pirate Bay, which requires users to employ similar techniques such as VPNs to access.
Samsung is gearing up to launch a new smartphone that uses parts from its ill-fated Galaxy Note 7, which was recalled last year after a series of battery fires.Called the "Note Fan Edition", the company says the new mobile will utilise parts from the 2.5 million recalled Note 7 handsets to minimise the environmental impact of the faulty units.While the handset will share much of its design with the old phone, the South Korean tech giant says it gets a new battery that has been "enhanced with multiple safety designs and a rigorous eight-point battery safety test".This is expected "to calm the fans that the Fan Edition is aimed at", says Alphr, referring to the fault in the design of the original Note 7's battery that resulted in multiple device fires and the recall of every unit sold.The Fan Edition is expected to recover some of the £2.5bn lost as a result of the fiasco, adds the website.It is also believed to be a response to environmentalists who called for Samsung to handle its defective Note 7s using methods that would "reduce the amount of so-called e-waste", reports the BBC.
The construction has cost over 100 million.The silhouette has become one of Helsinki's landmarks, this is why it's central location on the sea shore.the Former parking lot has become a cultural shrine.the American Solomon R. Guggenheim foundation dream in that building would be about 130 million art museum on the market square next to Helsinki's south beach.Nicolas Moreau and Hiroko Kusunoki design the Lighthouse was designed to annually 550 000 visitors.the Finnish Oasis-the foundation of dreams in the sea the towering building is about 140 million mosque and cultural center a Part.
Australian team uses Sir Isaac Newton's parlor trick to suck more photons from sunlightUNSW's Mark Keevers with the cell.Image: Rob Largent/UNSWUniversity of New South Wales boffins have laid hands on another record, with a solar cell demonstrating 34.5 per cent conversion efficiency.A simple prism - the device that led Isaac Newton to theorise about the nature of light based on the colours he found in sunlight - is the basis of the demo.The Keevers/Green work used a four-junction module 28 cm2 in area, embedded in a prism.A silicon cell is installed on another face of the prism, to capture energy from the infrared portion of sunlight.In the short term, manufacturing costs mean the beam-splitting approach is more likely to turn up in commercial-scale kit such as the heliostat technology being developed by RayGen and others.
The baby's mother was diagnosed with the Zika virus during pregnancyThe Zika virus, which has mainly affected areas of central and South America, may spread to Europe this summer, the World Health Organisation WHO has warned."We call particularly on countries at higher risk to strengthen their national capacities and prioritise the activities that will prevent a large Zika outbreak."The assessment took into consideration two factors: the likelihood of the virus spreading and the "existing national capacity to prevent or contain local transmission".Countries and areas at highest risk included Russia, Georgia and the Portuguese island of Madeira.WHO recommended a number of preventative measures to countries at high risk, including strengthening activities to prevent the spread of mosquitos, equipping health professionals to detect transmission of Zika and to ensure that communities "reduce mosquito breeding sites"."We stand ready to support European countries on the ground in case of Zika outbreaks," said Nedret Emiroglu, Director of the Communicable Diseases and Health Security Division, WHO Regional Office for Europe.
A closer look at the map of Stockholm it is easy to see the pattern: the same types of companies crowding the same surfaces. They hyped companies in financial technology, Fintech, growing, for example, up among telecom giants in Kista - even though there is a lot of technology expertise and experience in those regions, and even though as Ericsson got rid of a lot of people in recent years. Robin Teigland, who is a professor at the School, has looked closely at the emerging fintechindustrin - and she says that it will be a formidable force for business is as close as in Stockholm. - I'm networking researcher at the bottom and I can see that one thing that really makes it easier for Fintech companies in Stockholm is that companies are very close. People understand, for example, how important it is to go out and have lunch together. So, for example, telecom providers gathered in Kista - and the Indian offshore providers are neighbors in Hötorgsskraporna.
A closer look at the map of Stockholm it is easy to see the pattern: the same types of companies crowding the same surfaces. They hyped companies in financial technology, Fintech, growing, for example, up among telecom giants in Kista - even though there is a lot of technology expertise and experience in those regions, and even though as Ericsson got rid of a lot of people in recent years. Robin Teigland, who is a professor at the School, has looked closely at the emerging fintechindustrin - and she says that it will be a formidable force for business is as close as in Stockholm. - I'm networking researcher at the bottom and I can see that one thing that really makes it easier for Fintech companies in Stockholm is that companies are very close. People understand, for example, how important it is to go out and have lunch together. So, for example, telecom providers gathered in Kista - and the Indian offshore providers are neighbors in Hötorgsskraporna.
Nathan Brenner was found guilty last year by a magistrate of two counts of operating a commercial passenger vehicle without a licence, and one count of driving a commercial passenger vehicle without driver accreditation.But Victorian county court judge Geoffrey Chettle on Wednesday dismissed the charges and ordered the Taxi Services Commission to pay Brenner s appeal costs.He was charged after an undercover officer used the Uber app to travel from the Hilton hotel to South Yarra.The opposition transport spokesman, David Hodgett, says the government has wasted taxpayers money trying to fight Uber instead of regulating the service to provide industry certainty.This is not about taxis versus Uber but rather what ways we can get our city moving in the most efficient way, he said.The time for excuses is over, the Uber Victoria general manager, Matt Denman, said on Wednesday.
Chaired by President President Park Guen-Hye, the meeting will focus on proposed changes to current laws that will allow pilot programs for drones and driverless cars.Limitations on the exportation of map data created by the South Korean government to other countries means that Google Maps currently lacks many of the functions—such as 3D maps, driving and walking directions, and indoor maps—available to users elsewhere.South Korea approves map data exports only if certain satellite images are edited or obscured for example, blurring army bases or disguising them as forests , even though they are visible for users of Google Maps, Apple Maps, and similar services in other places.Ironically, the Google says the restrictions mean that Google Maps actually has more features in North Korea, including driving directions, than in South Korea.The South Korean government promised to make English-language digital maps available for companies in 2013, but Google said at the time that the new data did not have enough information to ensure that it can provide accurate directions.According to Joongang Daily link via Google Translate , the automaker sells its Sonata sedan with built-in Android Auto in 30 markets, but not in South Korea because the in-car operating system needs full access to Google Maps features.
View photosMoreHttps%3a%2f%2fblueprint-api-production.s3.amazonaws.com%2fuploads%2fcard%2fimage%2f91465%2fd20baa5db9934c9b8c2d58d6a65d8546Looking a little like the world-saving stones from sci-fi classic The Fifth Element, a new device is expected to have a big impact on renewable energy.Built by Mark Keevers and Martin Green from the University of New South Wales UNSW , the unique prism could help make solar panels cheaper and more efficient.The prism has a sunlight-to-electricity conversion efficiency rate of 34.5 percent, Keevers told Mashable Australia.The number has been independently confirmed by the U.S. National Renewable Energy Laboratory USNREL , Keevers added.The USNREL has been contacted for comment."Right now, this is a proof of concept prototype," Keevers said.
Thailand has the second-highest obesity rate in south-east Asia, largely due to the fact that its delicious cuisine can be rather greasy.Since people in Thailand are unlikely to change the food they eat, the Thai Health Promotion Foundation and BBDO Bangkok decided to tackle how they eat their food.We first saw this campaign over at Adweek.And so the "AbsorbPlate" was born.The design of the plate was inspired by the surface of a sponge and contains hundreds of tiny holes to allow oil to slip away from a meal and be absorbed at the bottom.The promotional video claims the plate can soak up about 7 ml of oil, or 30 calories on average, from each meal.Here's the full ad:NOW WATCH: How to see everything Google knows about youLoading video...
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