concrete company Rudus said that the company's own quality control according to the Turku identified concrete problems is not the reason the company supplied the concrete.Rudus has supplied concrete to the Turku university hospital and parking garage harpoon park site, which has been detected problems in concrete structures.the Company said that its concrete can be used anywhere in Finland normally.Last week the news was that Turku university hospital, plug in the observed concrete strength problem is so serious and extensive that the structures must disassemble and build again.
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Its screen murskalta nuts, it will be dropped many times on a stone floor and it kicked like a football.This is a Reddit-the site loaded a bit scruffy video from your smartphone, which seems clear enough that the duration of the test, that it normal in life that I never had.it Seems that this phone could, say, nailed four-inch wire nailed to the wall.Phone brand or model are not clear, but the video title says it is a Nokia phone.the Video, however, shows that this is largely a Nokia-like Android device.Part of comment has been written, so to speak, tongue-in-cheek.
Forget extra vacation days, good health insurance, and 401k matching — these companies take their employee perks above and beyond.Glassdoor/FacebookFacebook, Google, Netflix, and other top companies in the US are competing for the best talent out there.See which companies are raising the bar and going beyond free food, on-site gyms, and 401(k)s to attract new talent.According to career site Glassdoor, more than half (57%) of all workers say perks and benefits are among the top things they consider when deciding whether to accept a job, and almost 80% of employees say they would prefer new benefits over a pay raise.Spotify provides six months of paid parental leave, plus one month of flexible work options for parents returning to the office.Lactation consultations for new moms at American Express
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new city is stuck fast to catch up Valmet Automotive to throw the challenge, when the car plant to try this year to recruit approximately 1,100 new car builders and staff to work at the mill.the City's standby huge numbers of employees to the reception will be significantly improved, when the new city moved, inter alia, the metsä Fibre äänekoski to be completed from the biotehdas from the site modules, i.e. the old name in the barracks."we are currently Doing pre-car plant next to the plot, which can accommodate 200 to 400 of the module housing.the land Plot is leased for five years, after which it became the city depot of the new plot.the Fastest we can get there these module housing at the end of march or early April, when the work at the beginning of the end", said the new city technical director Jari Carpenter.the City is currently doing a housing agreement with operators Rental Store and RK Housingin with.
We can t resist the good ones.That s what the phrase storytelling marketing is getting at—a story-focused approach to your marketing and brand building.So keep reading to see what Apple, Airbnb, John Deere, and….wait for it….Jell-O can teach us about storytelling marketing and building a brand.Apple was destined to make it onto this list.With this page, Apple is providing a platform for their customers to tell the brand s story, a technique that can produce the most authentic and engaging results.I will say that this site has some big UX issues, which is uncharacteristic of Apple, but I love the idea.
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Ashley Madison s website is still up and running, and reportedly gaining users.It s been six months since extramarital dating site Ashley Madison was hacked, and now the spouses of former and current users of the site are being targeted by blackmail attempts, as well as the users themselves.Almost as soon as the database was made public, accountholders started receiving anonymous blackmail letters, first electronically and then physically.The security journalist Graham Cluley reported one such letter in December last year, which demanded $4,167 with a threat of exposing the existence of the account to people close to the victim.When the database was first made public, accounts under names including Tony Blair and Barack Obama were discovered.The blackmailer can always demand more money, and has no motivation to destroy what information they have.
It has been a tradition since 1991 for China s state television broadcaster, CCTV, to co-hold an annual gala with government agencies on March 15, World Consumer Rights Day, for the sake of protecting consumers rights.The program this year featured mostly tech companies, including the biggest e-commerce site, Taobao, and the food delivery unicorn Ele.me, exposing their acts of infringement and fraud.Let s have a look at what Chinese consumers are complaining about and how companies responded to the charges.Photo from Baidu ImagesEle.meSafe and healthy foods are almost like a luxury product for Chinese people.Reports allege that this platform has provided food from unsanitary, and even unlicensed, restaurants due to the loose process Ele.me employs to authorize a restaurant to operate and the slack regulations they use.Ele.me responded through its official WeChat account saying, Dear consumers, we pay close attention to the problems reported and have formed a new task force to investigate the license validity of all restaurants, and will delist all illegal restaurants.On Thursday, Ele.me announced it had delisted 25,761 illegal restaurants.This still didn t save Ele.me from being singled out by CCTV for criticism.Last December, Alibaba invested USD 1.25 billion in Ele.me, pushing its valuation to USD 4.5 billion.Photo from www.jiqiren365.comDJIThe red-hot drone maker is also on the blacklist .Experts expressed concerns that once a security hole emerged on smart terminals or equipment, criminals could take advantage of the loophole to remotely control the equipment, threatening the physical and property security of consumers.
the Entire st. Petersburg metro system is closed to the explosion in the aftermath, told the Russian news agency Tass.Up to ten people is Tass died in the explosions, which happened Sennaya Ploštšadin subway station on Monday.at Least one of the explosions happened, according to reports, the subway car.the site of the Explosion is Tass said more than 80 rescue workers, which is becoming the place to add.Also in Moscow has been taken in the arrangements of the st. Petersburg events.Tass the Moscow metro network is now enabled for additional security measures, which Moscow is ready to send help to st. Petersburg.
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.
In one hand they held traditional glasses of bubbly, but in the other were sheets of paper they had filled with their personal data.They wanted to know what would happen in a world where instead of vetting potential dates by their artfully posed selfies or carefully crafted dating-site profiles, we looked at data gathered by their computers and phones.As use of data-gathering devices increases, it s a world that s just round the corner.Elsden and his colleagues want to explore other ways we can use data that gets collected as we go about our modern lives.Can we give people more control over it, make it more ambiguous or playful?It asked for a host of specific numbers: shoe size, the farthest distance they had travelled from home, the earliest and latest times of day they had sent an email in the past month, their heart rate as they filled out the form.
London's Queen Elizabeth Tower and its bell, Big Ben, will be silenced from noon on August 21 until 2021 as the iconic structure undergoes urgent repair work.The 160-year-old tower, which is a Unesco World Heritage site, will undergo £29 million of work to increase energy efficiency and redecorate the interior of the building."During this period there will be no chimes," a spokesperson for the House of Commons said.The repairs are scheduled to take three years, during which the bell will be silenced for several months."We are also investigating whether or not the chiming will have an effect on operatives working at high level, which will need to be taken into consideration.Striking and tolling will be maintained for important events."
According to Google, the focus is on simplicity and the app should be reliable and fun to use. Video calls takes a maximum of 720p, and one of the subtleties called Knock knock. Recent articles on GOOGLE IO 2016 Visit Androidarkivet 1 We were the unable to load Disqus. 6 comments Comments Community Swedroid Sign in Forums Disqus Facebook Twitter Google Recommend Recommended Discussion Recommended! I'd rather post as a guest mortuus • 4 hours ago what's the point? Then you useless sight I would say .. Read more 0 • Swear • Share Twitter Facebook Link Show more comments Powered by Disqus Subscribe Add Disqus to your site Add Disqus Add Secrecy
Photograph: Robert Galbraith/ReutersA hacker claiming to have the log in details of millions of LinkedIn users is advertising the data for sale online.The extensive list of user IDs and passwords, which were allegedly sourced from a cyber attack on the networking site four years ago, is being advertised on the darknet – a sub-section of the internet not accessible through normal web browsers and often a platform for illegal activity.Around 6.5m details were posted online at that time – but LinkedIn s chief information security officer Cory Scott said he does not believe the extra data was gained as the result of a new security breach.In 2012, LinkedIn was the victim of an unauthorised access and disclosure of some members passwords.We are taking immediate steps to invalidate the passwords of the accounts impacted, and we will contact those members to reset their passwords.News of the breach is the latest in a long line of cyber-attacks on major websites and companies, with telecoms firm TalkTalk and parental forum Mumsnet among those who have been the victims of security breaches in the last year.
Circuit breakers broke bad, workload moved but array flipped out under heavy loadSalesforce.com has revealed that a bug in the firmware of its storage arrays was behind last week's data loss incident.That mess took the company's NA14 instance offline, so it took steps to move it into a Chicago data centre.Once these timeout conditions began, a single database write was unable to successfully complete, which caused the file discrepancy condition to become present in the database.The data loss came about because while Our internal backup processes are designed to be near real-time, however the local copy of the database had not yet completed.Salesforce says the circuit breakers that started the mess passed March 2016 tests, but have been replaced anyway.We do know, thanks to a 2013 post by site reliability engineer Claude Johnson that Salesforce has in the past used ZFS and Solaris-powered servers for storage.
And despite the overflow of data available to marketers today, some still struggle with identifying who you are.In her blog post, Principal Marketing Manager for HubSpot's optimization team Pamela Vaughan defines personas as fictional, generalized representations of your ideal customers.Taryn Collins, content manager and Web editor for cloud platform Acquia, points out that personas are representations of real customers while segments are groups of actual customers that share similar traits.In a blog post, Gartner's VP of Content Publishing Heather Pemberton Levy writes that personas are built from a combination of the following data points:Demographic income, geography, level of education, age Psychographic values, opinions, interests, aspirations, attitudes, and lifestyles Ethnographic observations of customers in their daily routines Transactional historical customer relationship data, first- and third-party purchase data, post-sale services Behavioral: engagement across channels Buffer Content Crafter Kevan Lee also encourages marketers to check their site analytics for traffic trends; do some social listening to see what problems or concerns customers are talking about; conduct surveys to learn about customers' goals, values, and pain points; and collect feedback from other departments, like customer service.Once marketers obtain this information, Lee says they should stitch it together to bring the persona to life.There's no perfect number of personas one needs to create, but Levy says four to eight is typical.
Shares of the small tech company MGT Capital Investments were up more than 37% on Tuesday at $4.08 per share.With over 108 million shares traded, it was the most active stock, ahead of Bank of America.Tuesday was another day in a stream of strong upward moves for the stock after the company announced on May 9 that it was naming John McAfee, founder of antivirus firm McAfee Security, as CEO and re-branding the firm John McAfee Global Technologies Inc.The surge followed the McAfee announcement, which included a sudden shift in the business from online gaming to cybersecurity.MGT acquired D-Vasive, a company that produces software that protects cellphones, on May 9.Before the shift, the company focused on online games such as slots simulator SlotChamp and had a 10% stake in daily fantasy site DraftDay.com.The firm had no holdings regarding cybersecurity before the acquisition, according to its most recent annual filing.Here's what we know about the abrupt pivot so far:September 8, 2015: MGT sells all but 11% of its stake in DraftDay.com, according to its annual report.April 14: After delaying its annual report from March 31, MGT files its report, saying it has $359,000 in cash on hand.The report does say that following the sale of DraftDay, the firm is "considering all methods to create value for shareholders, including potential mergers, spin-offs, distributions and other strategic actions.Brauser has been sued numerous times for fraud involving small, publicly listed firms, though some of those allegations have been dismissed.The most recent was dismissed in September 2015, for the company IDI Inc. Brauser was also CEO of an email-marketing company, Naviant, which was acquired and eventually sued by credit agency Equifax after the firm accused the shareholder sellers of fraud.According to that filing, Silverman and his firm no longer have any representation on the board.May 9: McAfee is named chairman and CEO, and the company buys Wyoming-based cybersecurity firm D-Vasive for $300,000 in cash and 4,760,000 in shares of MGT.
At long last, it appears the Siri virtual assistant is making it to Mac desktops.MacRumors reports that sources close to Apple have shared screenshots that show Siri icons appearing both in the dock and menu bar of early versions of Mac OS X 10.12, due in the fall of this year.9to5Mac was one of the first Apple news sites to report on the inclusion of Siri in the next version of Mac OS back in February.The site did not have any other evidence at the time beyond what its sources were telling it.The Siri integration is likely to be one of the main new features of the new operating system release.Still unknown yet is whether desktop Siri will gain any new commands as a result of the Mac OS X integration — we d guess it would — or will just focus on the list of commands it is already programmed to answer.
I recently noticed that my website views per day was going down and wanted to dive into why this was.I spend upwards of $55-60 per day on mutiple facebook ads.I'll post some stats below.On April 26th 2016,I spent $60.31, Got a reach of 32,703 people, 539 clicks to my websiteOn May 11th 2016,I spent $55.01, Got a reach of 23,144 people, 183 Clicks to my websiteAll the ads are the same from then and now, But my CPC went from an average of $0.11 to $0.30.So now i'm getting 1/3rd of the views to my site and have no idea if this is even fixable.If anyone has more knowledge regarding Facebook ads, Please help!
View photosMoreThe logo for LinkedIn Corporation, a social networking networking website for people in professional occupations, is shown in Mountain View, California February 6, 2013.REUTERS/Robert Galbraith/File Photo Reuters - A 2012 LinkedIn data theft may have affected far more users than originally thought, the professional networking site said on Wednesday.LinkedIn said in a statement that it was working to invalidate the passwords of some 100 million accounts after it "became aware of an additional set of data that had just been released that claims to be email and hashed password combinations of more than 100 million LinkedIn members from that same theft in 2012."It said it was "taking immediate steps to invalidate the passwords of the accounts impacted, and we will contact those members to reset their passwords.We have no indication that this is as a result of a new security breach."More than 6 million member passwords were stolen when LinkedIn was hacked in 2012.
View photosMoreMario Queiroz, vice president of product management at Google, speaks on stage during the Google I/O 2016 developers conference in Mountain View, California, U.S. May 18, 2016.REUTERS/Stephen Lam Reuters - Google's Android ran afoul of social media users on Wednesday after encouraging people to nominate a word starting with the letter "N" for the latest version of its mobile operating platform."Google please do not ask the internet to send you n-words," tweeted Jon Hendren @fart a so-called "DevOps thought leader.""Android Nope NameAndroidN," tweeted Schrödinger Cait @stimpyjaycat .Gizmodo reported on Wednesday that the online anonymous message board 4chan was flooding the Android's name submission site with suggestions akin to an offensive epithet for black people.Some social media users suggested "nachos," "Nutella" and "nectarine."
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