Jesse Lumsden is ready to make a push for the podium at the Sochi Winter Olympics. Lumsden is expected to be confirmed as the brakeman for pilot Chris Spring on one of Canada’s two-man sleds and will also take part in the 4 man. Lumsden is at home in Burlington for the holidays before jetting to Europe to join his Olympic mates.Natalie Marconi has more in this report.
What will the postPryor era look like at Ohio StateWhat will the postPryor era look like at Ohio State
Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor has taken his last snap in Scarlet and Gray. Many Buckeye fans were done with Pryor. They wanted him out, wanted to turn a new page. But in a much harsher reality, problems are far from resolved for the Ohio State football program. Interim head coach Luke Fickell, athletic director Gene Smith and President E. Gordon Gee have until July 5 to provide responses to 42 inquiries from the NCAA’s Notice of Allegations addressed to Gee April 21. University representatives – including former head coach Jim Tressel and Fickell – are scheduled to meet with the Committee on Infractions on Aug. 12. The problems not only apply to off-the-field problems, but there is now a touchdown-producing hole in the defending Big Ten champions’ offense. In the 2010 season, Pryor accounted for 2,272 passing yards, 754 rushing yards and 31 total touchdowns. In addition to Pryor missing the entire season, five other players are already suspended for a portion of the season. The NCAA suspended Pryor, running back Dan Herron, receiver DeVier Posey, offensive lineman Mike Adams and defensive end Solomon Thomas for the first five games of the upcoming season for selling memorabilia and receiving improper benefits from Eddie Rife, owner of Fine Line Ink tattoo parlor. Linebacker Jordan Whiting earned a one-game suspension. Former OSU linebacker Brian Rolle tweeted from his account Tuesday, @rolly_polly36, that the constant turmoil Buckeyes everywhere are experiencing is frustrating. “You’ve got to be kidding me TP,” Rolle said on Twitter. “Heartbreak after heartbreak… feels like an abusive relationship.” Where does this leave the remaining Buckeyes? The 2011 OSU squad will begin looking at the four quarterback options for the season. OSU tight end Jake Stoneburner summarized it on his twitter account, @STONEYeleven. “KG, BM, JB, TG… Time to step up fellas. This just got real,” Stoneburner tweeted Tuesday. Stoneburner was referring to Kenny Guiton (KG), Braxton Miller (BM), Joe Bauserman (JB) and Taylor Graham (TG). During the 2011 Spring Game, all four quarterbacks saw playing time and all four put up about comparable numbers. Pryor’s lawyer, Larry James, released a statement on Pryor’s behalf. “In the best interest of my teammates, I’ve decided to forego my senior season at Ohio State,” Pryor said in the statement. A friend of Pryor’s and a star of near-equal stature on campus, Jared Sullinger, tweeted to Pryor from his account, @Jared_Sully0. “We gonna miss you @TPeezy2,” Sullinger tweeted. “Had a great career hopefully that continues at the next level bro.”
MVM VeszpremRK Vardar ← Previous Story Kielce to EHF CL TOP 8! Next Story → SG Flensburg to chase Kielce for Final4! RK Vardar Skopje and MVM Veszprem will fight for the place at VELUX EHF Champions League Final4. Macedonians had a lot of troubles to outplay Polish Orlen Wisla Plock 25:24 (13:15), but at the end, they did it led by fantastic line-player Alem Toskić (8/8) and Arpad Šterbik, who saved two last shots.First match was ended 30:30.Vardar Skopje – Orlen Wisła Płock 25:24 (13:15)Vardar: Sterbik, Angełow, Milic – Abutović, Brumen 2, Cindrić 3, Dibirow 2, Dujshebaev 4, Gorbok, Karacić 4, Manaskov, Maqueda, Marsenić, Shiskariev 2, Stoiłov, Toskić 8.Orlen Wisła: Corrales 1, Wichary – Daszek 3, de Toledo 3, Ghionea 5, Kwiatkowski, Montoro, Nikcević 3, Pusica, Rocha, Tarabochia, Wiśniewski 2, Żytnikow 7.Much easier afternoon had MVM Veszprem against Motor Zaporozhye 41:28 (22:13) to confirm +5 from the first match 29:24.VESZPRÉM: ALILOVIC – MARGUC 4, Nagy L. 3, SULIC 4, PÁLMARSSON 6, Ilics 5 (2), Ugalde 4, Gödör, Gulyás 3, IVÁNCSIK G. 3, Schuch, NILSSON 7, Rodriguez, Terzic 1, Lékai 1.MOTOR: Komok – Kozakevics 2, Deniszov, Kalaras 1, Seveljev 5, Zsukov 2, Malasinskas 3, Kosevoj, Soroka 5, Selmenko 6, Puhovszkij 3, Doroscsuk 1 (1).
[artist’s rendering by Robert Becker] I bet you didn’t think you’d be drinking four cups a day of a fuel that might one day take humans to Mars. Scientists say that a water powered spacecraft could complete a mission to the red planet and back for the cost of a single Space Shuttle launch today. The secret is in solar-powered electrothermal engines, a fancy name for what is essentially a steam jet. The system uses electricity to super-heat water and vent it out of an engine to provide thrust. Meanwhile, water would also be used to shield astronauts from the harmful radiation of space. After that water has been used to protect the inhabitants of the craft, it could later be shifted to the fuel tanks.This type of recycling makes the system extremely efficient to operate; Space.com quotes software engineer and technology entrepreneur Brian McConnell saying that a trip to Mars’s moon Phobos and back would cost $1 billion, or 30 times less than traditional chemical rockets. Plus, with that much water on board, crew members could possibly grow crops and have hot baths. Pretty luxurious for an extra-planetary trip.When the spaceship comes back home, it could be kept in low-earth-orbit to simplify its use in future trips. McConnell sees the vessels being used for several decades before they need to be replaced, similar to the Space Shuttle’s long history of service. With fresh food, hot baths and a low price tag, the water-powered rocket is a pretty attractive vision of the future. And an interesting point of discussion over a nice cool glass of rocket-fuel.[via Space.com]
One of these things is not like the other…The event was filled with hands on demos of the Galaxy S2 on AT&T as well as the Galaxy S2 Epic 4G Touch on Sprint. We knew going into the event that for some reason Verizon was not participating in the Galaxy S2 launch. That doesn’t mean for sure that there’s not going to be one, and the rumor mill is practically vibrating at the notion that Big Red didn’t participate because of the impending “Nexus Prime“. While that’s fun speculation, it is a fact that T-Mobile basically didn’t show up tonight. The press release for the T-Mobile Galaxy S2 phone, believed before the event to be the T-Mobile “Hercules”, was non existent. No specs, no details, no launch date. During the event, the T-Mobile phones were kept under glass boxes and no one was allowed to touch them. The T-Mobile employees that were manning the table explained that there were “special features” to the phone that they weren’t ready to announce. As for what it could be? We have some ideas:NFC: It’s possible that the software for NFC, maybe even Google Wallet, is just not ready yet.Not the same chipset: It has been speculated on a number of occasions that the nVidia Tegra2 chipset would end up in one or more of the Galaxy S2 devices. As the manufacturer of the iPad’s A5 chip, which we’ve heard at length from dozens of sources would be in the next iPhone. If Samsung is unable to manufacture the quantity needed to power both the Exynos volume and the A5 volume, they would turn to nVidia. The Tegra2 chipset has been in Samsung products in the past, so maybe there’s a Tegra 2 hiding in the Magenta GS2? Additionally, it has been speculated that there is a Qualcomm Snapdragon inside, in order to take advantage of the 42mbps HSPA+ network that T-Mobile has been touting recently. The Exynos processors in the AT&T version of the phone are only capable of reaching 21mbps on the same network, so maybe T-Mo just went for the full 4G experience?Quad Band: The Galaxy S2 for Tmo might also be insulated for the switch to AT&T by allowing it to function on both networks. This would mean that AT&T would have three large screened Samsung phones that all look pretty similar. So, is it worth it?Samsung’s future across the world might seem unstable, what with Google’s Motorola deal, Apple breathing down their neck, and the rumors that they might be looking at WebOS. The Galaxy S2 is already a couple of months old in the rest of the world, but the US audience has been clamoring for these phones to hit the US. On September 16, the Galaxy S2 will be a staple in the US market, just in time to become a huge success over the holiday season. Unless, of course, the phone gets usurped by any of the phones we’ve heard are on the way that would upstage it. For example:Verizon didn’t even get a Galaxy S2, and while the speculation is that there’s an LTE one inbound, Big Red also has the Droid Bionic and the superhyped Nexus Prime is suspected to be coming to Verizon. Even if Verizon eventually gets a GS2, would it be drowned out in the noise of newer and potentially better phones?Since no one was able to access the T-Mobile version of the device, there’s nothing to confirm or deny that this is the “Hercules” we have heard so much about in recent weeks. While this phone would certainly be a powerhouse on Magenta for a little while, would Samsung usurp it’s own headlining phone?Ice Cream Sandwich is on its way, and Samsung’s decision to switch to Kies Air gives me both good an bad feelings. The good, as I wrote earlier, comes from being able to have one less group to blame when the time comes to ask about updates. The bad is the added complexity of Kies Air. While yes, Samsung has gone a great deal to simplify their Kies application, it still requires installation, download, and the ability to use the app. There will be at minimum a base of technical knowledge needed to update your device, unless the carriers will let you bring the phone in and they offer to do it for you.All in all, the phones are still some of the best on the market, but Samsung’s update history causes me to question how quickly the phones will have the upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich. Unlike the upgrade from 2.2 to 2.3, this version update promises to be significant, dare I say paradigm shifting in terms of the affect it will have on how Android phones get used. Samsung needs to prove that users will not, once again, be left with a brand new outdated phone.samsung galaxy s2 t-mobilesamsung galaxy s2 t-mobilesamsung galaxy s2 frontsamsung galaxy s2 backDSCN4810DSCN4806DSCN4803 Last evening in NYC, Samsung held a press event to launch the highly anticipated US reveal of the Galaxy S2 suite of devices. As the successor to the original, immensely popular Galaxy S phones, this new wave of phones have some pretty big shoes to fill. The parent device to this series, the original Galaxy S2 European version, has been met with tremendous sales and popularity, and it is expected that there will be just as great interest in the US.A worthy successor Compared to the Galaxy S line, these new phones are really amazing. Dual core, super AMOLED+, 4.3-5-inch screens, and crazy thin and light. The specs really are not what make these phones true upgrades of the former line. In order to be a real upgrade, these phones need to improve the things that were broken in the previous devices, and Samsung has done that.GPS: The scourge of the Galaxy S phones remains to this day some of the worst GPS of any Android phone I have ever used. Some versions of the phone got patches that made it better, but still not great. The Sprint and AT&T Galaxy S2 phones we saw last night locked onto GPS inside a building within seconds and stayed connected with no issues.“Bloatware” removal: While not all of the Galaxy S phones have bloatware as bad as others (I am looking at you, Samsung Fascinate), it was a consistent issue that a lot of software on the phones was impossible to remove. The Galaxy S2 devices, on the other hand, come with much less of the unnecessary software, and the software was just as easy to remove as any other app.Kies Air: Samsung’s Kies software has been used in the past to update Samsung phones since before Android, but it got abandoned slightly for the Over The Air promises made with Android. When a device doesn’t get an update in a timely manner, the blame machine gets pointed in every which direction with incredible delays sometimes. By removing the carrier from the equation, Samsung has opted to use their own software solution to update their devices. This could possibly be a move by Samsung towards the update alliance proposed by Google at this year’s IO, but what it will do for sure is remove one less person to blame.
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The folks at China’s Vivo cackle derisively at your smartphone’s piddly 1080p display. They’ll soon be unveiling the Xplay 3S: the world’s first phone with a 2560×1440 pixel qHD (2K) display.Teaser images that appeared on Sina Weibo recently show the beastly Xplay 3S brain-melting pixel measurements. While the phone’s diagonal size isn’t listed, it’s believed that Vivo may be using the 5.5-inch LG panel that was shown off earlier this year.You may be asking yourself, “What’s the point of a 538 ppi display?” It’s well beyond what our eyes can perceive, but that hardly matters in the smartphone spec war.Vivo knows that rabid technophiles just want to own whatever the best thing is, and they don’t necessarily need to understand why it’s the best.Vivo will get to shout “First!” with the Xplay 3S, and that’s all the motivation a lot of gadget makers need.Whether or not your eyes notice the difference between the Xplay 3S display and the 1080p units in phones like the LG G2 and Galaxy Note 3, Vivo’s competitors certainly will. Make no mistake, smartphone history will repeat itself.Now that one phone is being built with a 2560×1440 display, there will be others. The days of the 1080p smartphone are officially numbered. Do we need a 538 ppi display on our mobiles? Probably not. Would we benefit more if manufacturers stuck with cheaper 1080p displays and spent the extra cash on things like bigger batteries or additional NAND? Absolutely.Does that matter? Nope. It’s all about keeping up with the Joneses, and the Vivo Xplay 3S looks like it’s the new Jonesphone.
iOS 6 comment tester la bêta sans compte développeuriOS 6 comment tester la bêta sans compte développeur
iOS 6 : comment tester la bêta sans compte développeur ?Dévoilé dans la keynote d’Apple lors du WWDC 2012, la nouvelle version du système d’exploitation de la firme à la pomme est enfin disponible au téléchargement. Et s’il faut en principe disposer d’un compte développeur pour pouvoir tester cette bêta d’iOS 6 et celles à venir, il existe un moyen de s’en passer.S’il faudra patienter jusqu’à l’automne pour découvrir les premiers terminaux équipés d’iOS 6, la toute première version bêta du nouveau système d’exploitation mobile d’Apple est depuis deux jours disponible au téléchargement. Destinée à ceux qui possèdent un compte développeur, cette mouture pourra aussi être testée par ceux qui n’en ont pas.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Pour ce faire, le site AppleTouch propose aux curieux d’enregistrer leur UDID, l’identifiant unique de leur terminal mobile, sur son propre compte développeur. Moyennant la somme de quatre euros, versée via Paypal, le site promet de procéder à cet enregistrement en un rien de temps.Il prévient toutefois les utilisateurs qu’il ne pourra en aucun cas être tenu responsable d’éventuels dommages liés à l’installation de la bêta d’iOS 6 sur leur mobile. “Nous vous recommandons de ne pas installer la mise à jour bêta sur votre appareil principal, il serait regrettable d’en perdre toutes les fonctionnalités temporairement” souligne AppleTouch (lien non disponible)avant de détailler la démarche à suivre. Le site conseille aussi de sauvegarder ses données sur iTunes ainsi que son fichier SHSH afin de pouvoir restaurer son terminal en cas de problème lors de la manipulation.Le site conservera les UDID enregistrés pendant un an sur son compte. Les utilisateurs pourront ainsi tester la première bêta d’iOS 6 mais aussi les différentes mises à jour qui suivront.Le 13 juin 2012 à 21:00 • Maxime Lambert
Renowned British balloonist scientist dies in balloon accidentRenowned British balloonist scientist dies in balloon accident
KUSI Newsroom, March 28, 2019 KUSI Newsroom WARNER SPRINGS (KUSI) – A British balloonist and scientist who set 79 world ballooning records died following a balloon-related accident near Warner Springs, it was reported today.Julian Richard Nott, 74, was injured Sunday afternoon in an accident several hours after his pressurized, high-altitude cabin and balloon had a soft landing north of Warner Springs and east of Palomar Mountain, according to an obituary on his website and San Diego County Sheriff’s officials.Nott’s partner of 30 years was by his side when he died at a hospital Tuesday from injuries that resulted from “an extraordinary and unforeseeable accident following a successful balloon flight and landing in Warner Springs,” according to the obituary.“Julian was flying an experimental balloon that he invented, designed to test high-altitude technology,” the obituary said.Deputies responded twice to the landing site where Nott was fatally injured near Chihuahua Valley Road and state Route 79, a remote area in northern San Diego County, Lt. Mike Rand said.Around 12:45 p.m. Sunday, deputies were dispatched to the scene of a possible aircraft crash, but when they arrived they found Nott’s experimental balloon and pressurized cabin had made a soft landing in the area and no injuries were reported, Rand said.The occupants of the aircraft told deputies they needed no further assistance and deputies left the scene, the lieutenant said.Around 3:30 p.m. Sunday, dispatchers received a call from a person reporting that the two occupants of the balloon had suffered back injuries and one man was going in and out of consciousness, Rand said.Witnesses told deputies that Nott and the other man were preparing the balloon’s cabin for retrieval when the passenger compartment detached and fell about 150 feet down an embankment, Rand said.A sheriff’s helicopter responded to the scene and extricated Nott and the 64-year-old man from the passenger compartment, he said.Both men were airlifted out of the area by a sheriff’s helicopter, then taken to a second helicopter that took them to Palomar Medical Center in Escondido, Rand said.An update on the 64-year-old man’s condition was not immediately available.Nott set 79 world ballooning records and 96 British Records including rising higher than 55,000 feet in a hot air balloon, according to the obituary.He lived in Santa Barbara, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported. Posted: March 28, 2019 Renowned British balloonist, scientist dies in balloon accident Categories: Entertainment, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
SelfTaught AlphaGo Zero Strongest Go Player in HistorySelfTaught AlphaGo Zero Strongest Go Player in History
Stay on target There is no rest for the weary artificial intelligence: In the five months since being crowned world Go champion, AlphaGo has become stronger, smarter, and more powerful than ever.*Insert training montage set to “Eye of the Tiger” here*AlphaGo Zero, the latest evolution of Google’s elite algorithm, has no need for humans: The platform learns by playing against itself—with no intervention or historical data. And it’s a quick study.AdChoices广告After 40 days, AlphaGo Zero surpassed all previous versions (winning 100 of 100 games) to become “arguably … the best Go player in the world,” according to DeepMind CEO Demis Hassabis and lead researcher Dave Silver.The artificial intelligence firm used a “novel” form of reinforcement learning (a sure sign of the robot apocalypse), in which AlphaGo Zero becomes its own teacher.Starting from scratch, the neural network, like Jon Snow, knows nothing (about the game of Go). But through regular, self-contained gameplay, the system incrementally improves, creating stronger versions of AlphaGo Zero.“This technique is more powerful than previous versions of AlphaGo because it is no longer constrained by the limits of human knowledge,” a DeepMind blog post said. “Instead, it is able to learn tabula rasa [the idea that knowledge comes from experience or perception] from the strongest player in the world: AlphaGo itself.”Developed by Google’s DeepMind, the software in 2015 became the first computer Go program to beat a human professional. It made history again last year, when it pummeled Lee Sedol, and triumphed once more in May with a three-game win against current No. 1 ranking player Ke Jie.The latest iteration, however, differs from its predecessors: AlphaGo Zero abandons all hand-engineered features, runs only one neural network (versus the two found in earlier models), and relies solely on its own knowledge to evaluate positions.“All of these differences help improve the performance of the system and make it more general,” Hassabis and Silver said, boasting “unconventional strategies and creative new moves” that surpassed those used against Sedol and Jie.Invented in China more than 2,500 years ago, and played by more than 40 million people worldwide, Go requires players to place black or white stones on a board in an effort to capture the opponent’s pieces or surround empty spaces to build territories.The deceivingly difficult game features more possible moves than there are atoms in the universe, eliminating traditional “brute force” AI methods that search for all conceivable moves.“These moments of creativity give us confidence that AI will be a multiplier for human ingenuity, helping us with our mission to solve some of the most important challenges humanity is facing,” the pair wrote.Learn more about AlphaGo Zero in a new paper, published this week in the journal Nature.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Robot Dog Astro Can Sit, Lie Down, and Save LivesMIT’s AI Knitting System Designs, Creates Woven Garments
Matthew Power author of indepth story on slain Costa Rican activist JairoMatthew Power author of indepth story on slain Costa Rican activist Jairo
Related posts:To help save Costa Rican rivers, head to a picnic 3 US Coast Guard officers injured in lightning strike at Costa Rica’s Poás Volcano Pope Francis calls for climate, migrant action in Congress speech Plastic bag pollution is daunting but has an easy solution, says environmentalist When turtle conservationist Jairo Mora was killed by poachers on Moín beach last year, the horrifying news traveled fast and wide, and journalists from around the world came to Costa Rica to cover the story. One of those journalists was Matthew Power, who worked as a contributing editor for Harper’s Magazine but was on the assignment for Outside Magazine.We never met Power and were unaware he had even been here until his story, “Blood in the Sand: Killing a Turtle Advocate” came out in early January. The long-form piece was deeply researched and well-crafted. Impressively, Power managed to secure the first and only interview with one of the women who was with Mora on the night he died.He also unearthed moving details that others had missed. The scene that stuck with me showed Jairo and the women being kidnapped: “As the driver turned the Suzuki around, Almudena reached behind the seat and felt Mora slip his palm into hers,” Power wrote. “He squeezed hard.”If you haven’t read Power’s story, now’s a good time. This morning it was announced that Power died on assignment for Men’s Journal in Uganda, apparently of heat stroke and exhaustion. He was 39. For those interested in hearing Power talk about his life as journalist, this is pretty inspiring. Facebook Comments
Farrell said the nuns’ group would decide its next steps in regional meetings that will culminate in a national assembly in August.___Associated Press Writer Nicole Winfield contributed from Rome.____Leadership Conference of Women Religious: https://lcwr.org/ “I don’t think this is a healthy environment for the church,” Farrell said in a phone interview. “We can use this event to help move things in that direction _ where it’s possible to pose questions that will not be seen as defiance or opposition.”Farrell’s remarks are her first since she met last week in Rome with the Vatican orthodoxy office, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, which concluded in April that the group had strayed broadly from church teaching. The Vatican has appointed three American bishops to conduct a full-scale overhaul of the organization, sparking protests globally in support of the sisters.In the Rome meeting, Farrell said she did not ask Vatican officials in to drop their demand for reform. “I think we could clearly see in the tenor of the conversation that that was not an option,” she said. She characterized the meeting as frank and open but difficult, and said she did not leave the talk feeling any more hopeful about what’s ahead.The Vatican has directed the three American bishops to oversee rewriting the statutes of the Leadership Conference, reviewing its plans and programs including approving speakers, and ensuring the group properly follows Catholic prayer and ritual. 5 people who need to visit the Ultrastar Multi-tainment Center Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements 4 ways to protect your company from cyber breaches Top Stories Comments Share (Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) AP Religion WriterNEW YORK (AP) – The leader of the group representing most American nuns challenged the Vatican’s reasons for disciplining her organization, insisting that raising questions about church doctrine should not be seen as rebellion.Sister Pat Farrell, president of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious, said Monday that Catholics should be able to search for answers about faith without fear. Arizona families, Arizona farms: providing the local community with responsibly produced dairy New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family “I don’t yet feel that we’re any further than just the initial conversation,” Farrell said.The Leadership Conference of Women Religious, based in Silver Spring, Md., represents about 80 percent of the 57,000 U.S. nuns.After an investigation starting around 2008, the Vatican office concluded that the nuns’ group had failed to emphasize core teaching on abortion, while promoting “certain radical feminist themes” that undermine Catholic teaching on the all-male priesthood, marriage and homosexuality.The Leadership Conference has called the claims unsubstantiated and the investigation flawed. Farrell said the Leadership Conference “cooperated to the best of our ability” with the doctrinal assessment, but said the group was not shown the final report before it was sent to the Vatican.Vatican officials and U.S. bishops have stressed that its report targeted the leadership organization, not individual orders of religious women. But in a statement Monday, the board of the Leadership Conference said the Vatican crackdown had been felt by “the vast majority of Catholic sisters” and lay Catholics globally. At a meeting last week of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops in Atlanta, protesters presented church leaders with petitions signed by more than 57,000 people condemning the Vatican inquiry. Sponsored Stories
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The Cardinals mustered just 296 yards of total offense in the game, but were penalized 10 times for 90 yards. They turned the ball over three times, and converted just one of 10 third-down opportunities. Quarterback Carson Palmer was picked off twice — once in the end zone — and Arizona’s running game once again failed to get going.Yet, when the clock reached 0:00, it was the Cardinals on top, and an optimist would look at things and feel good about the team being able to win — on the road — even while playing poorly.Still, Keim said he would like to see his team look better in wins. “All these players are guys you’ve evaluated and you have expectations of, and when they don’t play well and they don’t live up to their expectations it’s extremely frustrating,” he said. But again, a win is a win, and at 2-2 the Cardinals are in decent shape one quarter of the way through their schedule. They are a blown fourth-quarter lead in St. Louis away from being 3-1, but could also have been 1-3 had it not been for a fourth-quarter comeback against a winless team in Tampa.“Style points weren’t so high [Sunday], but when you come back on a flight for four hours and you’ve got a W in your pocket, I think at the end of the day you’ll take it,” he said. – / 19 Top Stories Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Your browser does not support the audio element. In the NFL, there’s really no such thing as a bad win. Teams have just 16 chances to earn them, meaning each opportunity to leave a game victorious is not to be taken for granted or apologized for.So, while the Arizona Cardinals’ 13-10 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday was hardly pretty or memorable, it was, in fact, a win. “We played poor for three-and-a-half quarters, and a lot of it, obviously, was self-inflicted,” Cardinals GM Steve Keim told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf Monday. “And I’m sure the fans are getting tired of hearing that, but when you go back and evaluate the tape, it really is.” Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 0 Comments Share Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires LISTEN: Steve Keim, AZ Cardinals GM
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Larry Fitzgerald has been an Arizona Cardinal since 2004, and in the nearly 12 years since he was selected third overall in the draft out of Pittsburgh, has become not only one of the league’s best receivers, but an incredible ambassador for the team.A nine-time Pro Bowler, one-time first-team All-Pro and the team’s career leader in receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns, Fitzgerald will no doubt go down as one of the best players in franchise history. Share However, in a sport where players are always looking for an edge, players like Blackmon believe part of Fitzgerald’s goal is to get his opponent to relax some and “then he’ll run and try to slam you.”Is that true? Has his on-field personality aided him in collecting 1,018 receptions, 12,366 yards and 98 touchdowns in 186 regular season games, along with another 45 catches, 736 yards and nine scores in seven playoff matchups?Maybe, but according to the 32-year-old, there is nothing sinister about how he approaches his opponents.“You’ve known me a long time — I’m just one of the guys, honestly,” he said Wednesday. “Guys talk crazy to me; I don’t usually say anything. We’re just talking regular. I’m not trying to lure anybody to sleep. He’s got a job to do, I’ve got a job to do. I’m just professional about my job.“I’m not trying to hurt anybody or do anything malicious, but at the end of the day, I’ve got a family to feed, just like he does, and we’re going to go out there and we’re going to give it our best, and the best man’s going to win. But, I think there’s a professionalism you can take to it, and I just try to be respectful of the game and be respectful of the players that play it, because this game was great before I got here and it’s going to be great after I leave. I just want to make sure I’m respectful of the game.” He will also go down as one of its best people, though in an article by the Wall Street Journal’s Kevin Clark, it seems as though there is a perception around the league that Fitzgerald’s kindness, at least on the field, comes with ulterior motives.Minnesota’s Captain Munnerlyn, sees the challenge in covering Fitzgerald having to do with more than just the receiver’s Hall-of-Fame level talent and great size.“I cannot take the bait,” Munnerlyn said. “I’ve got to yell and get angry, I’ve got to get on him. I can’t let him be so nice that I can’t get into game mode.”Clark also talked with Washington’s Will Blackmon on the subject of Fitzgerald’s niceness.“He’s asking how your family is,” said Washington Redskins cornerback Will Blackmon. “And then he’s trying to bomb you for 70 yards right after.”Atlanta’s Desmond Trufant has also felt victimized by Fitz.“He played against my brothers for years, he knew my whole family, so he asked about that,” said Trufant. “There was all this casual talk. I was thrown off. I’m trying to focus and he’s being a real good dude.”There are more quotes in the article, which was really well done, including some from retired corner Ike Taylor who pointed out that Fitzgerald has a knack for remembering details about everyone he meets and is one of the more respected players in the league. Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald (11) waits on the snap during the second half of an NFL football game against the Detroit Lions in Detroit. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File)
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bother waiting and instead try to hurry you along with verbal cues–“uh-huh uh-huh right right right…” When they asked for advice what they really meant was “Let’s fast-forward to the part where I tell you what I think instead” Don’t be like them To paraphrase baseball great Yogi Berra you can observe a lot by watching and you can also learn a lot by listening 3 When the other side misunderstands (and you don’t have a duty to talk) A lawyer once told me about selling a client’s company To make a long story short (lawyers love that phrase) the negotiation went much more smoothly than she’d expected Eventually she realized this was because some whiz-kid MBA on the other side of the table had made a simple math error That led him to overestimate vastly how much money the acquiring company would likely make after the deal was done The lawyer was overcome with apprehension until she realized the right thing to say: nothing at all That way she wouldn’t be breaching her duty not to misrepresent facts to the buyer but she also wouldn’t do anything to scuttle her client’s deal The moral of the story is that you don’t always have an obligation to correct someone else’s mistakes 4 When you don’t have any idea what you’re talking about Silence is awkward As a result people often rush to fill it I used to use this tendency to my advantage when I was a trial attorney taking depositions in civil cases Sometimes I’d ask a witness an open-ended question and even though the witness’s tone of voice suggested he’d finished his answer I’d just continue to wait expectantly as if anybody with half a clue would understand he had to keep it coming Sometimes the witness would keep going and dig himself a bigger hole You never have to fill a silence especially when you don’t have anything useful to fill it with (In those cases it’s true: Everything you say may well in fact be used against you) 5 When you need someone else to get the credit As President Harry S Truman once said you can accomplish just about anything if you don’t care who gets the credit Sometimes that means staying quiet just long enough for someone else to think of your solution and propose it as his or her own 6 When you are bragging as opposed to sharing This one is among the scourges of social media Go on Facebook for example and sometimes it seems as if everyone you know is eating well taking amazing vacations running marathons and enjoying storybook relationships Is all of this about social sharing or social bragging If you find you’re leaning toward the latter with the things you talk about maybe it’s time to be quiet 7 When your comment is more about you than the other person Suppose your co-worker Sally is excited for her plans for the weekend You catch yourself ready to tell her about a better place than what she’s planned or why she should take her trip on another weekend–maybe when the weather is better when the traffic will be less hectic or when she’ll have fewer competing commitments Aw that’s really nice of you–as long as you’re sure your comments are truly intended to improve her experience or offer good advice If there’s a chance you’re commenting out of jealousy or pride however maybe you’d be better off zipping it 8 When you want someone else to grow This is a similar point to when you want someone else to get the credit for a good idea If you have a second grader in your family chances are you could do her homework for her without much effort But what would be the point You want her to learn and grow which means she has to be the one to come to the conclusions on her own The same thing is true in many other circumstances Instead of leaping forward to answer a thoughtful question that you know the answer to sometimes it makes sense to hold back and let others figure it out 9 When you are clearly boring people I admit it I’ve got what’s called “the Irish gift of gab” I enjoy telling stories My wife laughs at how often I seem to wind up telling total strangers the story of how she and I met and got together It’s a good one though You see we’d gone to college together and dated for a while but then broke up… OK I’ll hold off on it for now and that’s the point Most of us can tell when we’re holding court for an audience that simply couldn’t care less In that case cut it short wrap things up and stop talking 10 When you begin a speech I love this example and it’s something I first put into practice when arguing appeals in court Whenever I give a speech I try to start out with a long uncomfortable pause Doing so puts the audience ill at ease for a moment and gets them rooting for you They worry that you’ve lost your notes or that you’re about to keel over from a panic attack That way when you start talking you’ll have at least a few of them on your side happy that at least you haven’t made them witness an embarrassing meltdown (h/t Winston Churchill) Read more from Inccom:How 4 Entrepreneurs Started Up (Really) YoungFiring an EmployeeEven a Bad OneIs Hard to Do Contact us at editors@timecomFormer Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer won a bidding war to buy the Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday for a cool $2 billion dollars It’s the most expensive team sale in NBA history So how good an owner will Ballmer be Here are the track records of some other executives-turned-sports team owners: Howard Schultz The chairman and CEO of Starbucks built a coffee empire but he didn’t prove to be a good owner of the now-defunct Seattle Supersonics NBA team He ran the franchise more like a business than a sports team and feuded with the city of Seattle over funds for a new stadium Eventually he committed the ultimate sin selling the team to an Oklahoma City ownership group The team now the Thunder moved out of Seattle and fans still haven’t forgiven him Arthur Blank Arthur Blank co-founder of Home Depot purchased the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons in 2002 Fans have considered him a good owner though his biggest challenge has been building a new stadium for the team after controversy arouse surrounding public funding for the construction After years of debate the new stadium broke ground this month Wayne Huizenga Though Huizenga wasn’t the founder and CEO of Blockbuster many thought he was As the face of the company Huizenga built a movie empirethat is until Netflix came along His epic success and then fall with baseball’s Florida Marlins mirrored that of Blockbuster Huizenga made it on TIME’s Most Hated Sports Team Owners list for dismantling the 1997 Championship Team (which won the World Series after just four years of existence) for financial reasons Huizenga sold the team in 1998 after fans boycotted the games and attendance fell dramatically Jimmy Haslam The CEO of the Pilot Flying J truck stop chain bought the NFL’s Cleveland Browns in 2012 In his business Haslam has faced serious accusations of fraud Earlier this year Haslam was publicly asked at a news conference whether the three stooges were running the 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