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SharePrint RelatedTop Five Tips for Creating a World-Class GeocacheJuly 11, 2013In “Geocaching.com Videos”Down, down, down into the underground – Below Above, The Fallen Monarch (GC2GAMT) – Geocache of the WeekApril 3, 2013In “Community”It’s the Spookiest Time of Year — Manunka Chunk Tunnels (GC82B5) — Geocache of the WeekOctober 23, 2013In “Community” If you’ve found a few geocaches, you know that sometimes in order to find the geocache, you have to explore places you’ve never been before. Sometimes those places are in full-view of the public or in a popular park. And sometimes, like in the case of this week’s Geocache of the Week, the geocache will take you to an abandoned underground hideout.Just outside of Stockholm, Sweden lies Antuna Underground (GC2B3BY), a difficulty/terrain 4 Unknown Cache that only the brave should attempt. For safety reasons, it’s probably best to tackle this geocache with two or more people. In order to find the physical geocache, you’ll have to don a headlamp, put on some boots, and overcome any spider fears you have as you descend into a forgotten place. Check out the video below to see two brave cachers earn their smiley:Thumbs up for a find! Photo by geocacher IJayZzLocations like this have long histories. From the geocache page: “This facility was completed in 1944 as a backup location for power generators for the railway system in times of war. It was finally shutdown in 1991 and is today completely abandoned.” In Sweden and some other countries (not the United States), venturing into places like this is not considered trespassing. To complete the geocache, you have to navigate through the facility, find hidden numbers and solve an equation to locate the final geocache location.This geocache was actually the product of a collaboration between several geocachers who call themselves TeamGroundZerO8. One team member had this to say about their geocache, “The thing that makes me proud of this cache is that it has made many geocachers stretch their comfort zone quite alot. Many [Urban Exploration] caches are T5 and out of reach for a big majority of our community. This cache offers a great adventure in a type of location few have ever visited and forces our visitors to do things they never thought they dared such as climbing rusty ladders 10 m above ground in darkness with only a headlamp. Almost all visitors have come out on the other side with a smiley on their map, and I think that almost all did it with a big smile on their face. The average length of the log entries also shows that most of them have a great story to tell both us and probably their friends afterwards.”This geocache takes you to a place with quite a history. What geocaches have you found that have been in amazing historical places? Tell us in the comments.Continue to explore some of the most engaging geocaches around the globe. Check out all the Geocaches of the Week on the Geocaching blog.If you would like to nominate a Geocache of the Week, leave a comment below with the name of the geocache, the GC code, and why you think we should feature it.Share with your Friends:More
Tags:#Features#NYT#Trends#twitter#web sarah perez The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification Over the weekend, Twitter’s trending topics were once again the target of an attack, this time implemented by the members of the infamous image board 4chan, the site known for their internet memes and pranks. As with previous attempts to pollute the trends with nonsense, the hashtag pushed into the leaderboard was yet another inappropriate term. Last time this happened, we saw Twitter pull the offensive tags from the trends section, a move which prompted us to cheer: Twitter censoring trending topics? Isn’t it about time? Again, it seems the company has pulled the same move. By the time tech blogs picked up the story, the term had disappeared completely from the trends section. But maybe “trends” like this have no business ever making “trend” status at all. We have to wonder if censorship after the fact is going to be good enough for Twitter going forward. As Twitter continues to grow, more and more people will want to get their keyword or hashtag featured in this popular section of the Twitter Search site. Perhaps Twitter should consider putting a human editor in charge of weeding through the supposed trends before they get posted.Twitter Censoring Trends: Is it Enough?At the end of the day, we agree with Twitter’s decision to pull the obviously forced hashtag from the trends section just as they did the last time a bunch of folks thought they would have some fun by tweeting other offensive words and phrases. But these incidents have made us wonder: has Twitter trends outlived its ability to function properly as an entirely algorithm-based service? Given how many people rely on Twitter trends to track hot topics and breaking news, the section will be under constant attack from those who want to use the algorithm for their own purposes…and not necessarily good ones.In some cases, like the latest 4chan move, the term-made-trend will be a somewhat offensive, but ultimately harmless prank. In other cases, the trends will be courtesy of some marketer pushing their hashtag up through the ranks thanks to their latest “tweet-to-win” contest. But do either of these cases represent an organic news-based trend that deserves the spotlight? Perhaps not.Although censorship isn’t something that most people would normally support, in these cases it would feel less like censorship than it would a simple act of filtering. It’s easy to see that “trends” like these aren’t really the sort of trends that the section was meant to highlight. However, by letting the algorithm do all the work, everyone with an evil plan to get their hashtag into the leaderboard has a shot at 15 minutes of fame. And on the real-time web, that’s an eternity. If, on the other hand, Twitter started pre-filtering the trends for relevance, there would long be a reason for hoaxsters, pranksters, and other trend-hogging marketers to attempt to game the system. Just by putting a human editor in charge of Twitter trends, “fake trends” like these could easily be avoided. Even if the company didn’t want to go with full-on censorship, they could at the very least move the “other” trends off the main page by adding a link that said “More…”Filtered Trends Could Delay Breaking NewsBut the drawback to a human-filtered trends section could be a delay in seeing breaking news make trend status – and that would be a disaster for a service that’s all about immediacy. For some people, even the threat of a delay such as this would probably have them saying, “forget censorship and filtering – I want real-time trends, legit or not!” But to those people, we ask: what about when Twitter becomes so uber-popular that the real-time trends section you crave becomes filled with junk trends thanks to internet memes and marketers’ messages? Will you still prefer it then? We’re not sure if a human editor is the right solution for Twitter, but one day soon, something will have to be done. One commenter on a previous post mentioned some other ideas for filtering trends and hashtag spam, including having users tweet “#spam=hashtag” and suggesting Twitter adds a feature which would let us block hashtags from our streams. Another commenter suggested Outlook-like rules for hiding certain hashtags. If you have any ideas of your own about what Twitter should do, feel free to share them in the comments. Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… Related Posts A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit
Waiting for grid parityThe solar industry is contributing $18 billion a year to the U.S. economy, and by 2016 it will be generating enough electricity to power 8 million homes and offset the carbon emissions of 10 million cars, the SEIA said.But if the ITCs are allowed to expire, the gains in the industry will be put at risk before the cost of solar reaches parity with traditional energy sources, the statement from Thompson’s office said.The SEIA said that 97 percent of the total solar capacity in the U.S. has come online since the ITC was extended in 2006. The tax credit encourages companies to make long-term investments in technology, lowering costs to consumers, the group said.In an article posted at Morning Consult, one industry analyst said that a reduction in the commercial ITC to 10 percent would cause utility-scale solar to “collapse.” The approaching cut in the ITC is already causing a slowdown in large-scale solar projects because the ITC can’t be claimed until a system is up and running, which typically takes some 2 to 4 years. A California lawmaker has introduced a bill that would extend a key federal tax credit for solar and wind energy systems until 2021, five years later than its scheduled expiration for residential systems. UtilityDive reports that Representative Mike Thompson, a Democrat, called the investment tax credits (ITC) essential to the growth of the U.S. solar market.“The ITC is one of the most important tools we have that supports the deployment of solar energy in the United States,” Thompson said in a written statement. “Since 2006, when the residential and commercial ITCs first took effect, employment in the U.S. solar industry has grown to 175,000 jobs at more than 8,000 solar companies. It has a proven track record of success and it’s important that we extend it.”In addition to solar and wind equipment, the credit also applies to fuel cells and ground-source heat pump systems. The 30 percent residential credit is currently due to expire on December 31, 2016.The bill, HR 2412, would extend two key provisions of the tax code — Section 25D (residential) and Section 48 (commercial) — both currently valued at 30 percent of the cost of qualifying projects. Unless Congress acts, the residential credit goes to zero and the commercial credit falls to 10 percent by the end of next year. The bill has been referred to the House Committee on Ways and Means, on which Thompson serves.
Have any other channels you’d like to add to this list? Let us know in the comments below! 8. Philip BloomAny filmmaking post would be incomplete without the perennial voice on all things film: Phillip Bloom. Bloom’s Vimeo page features his latest and greatest camera reviews, mini-docs and previews into his film adventures.9. Independent Filmmakers Independent Filmmakers is a showcase channel for Vimeo’s up-and-coming. The channel highlights everything from mini-docs, short films to animated features and is a great resource for inspiration or plain enjoyment. Hopefully this list will get your feed up to speed. If Vimeo isn’t your thing, be sure to check out our list of YouTube channels as well. 4. Jacob T. SwinneyThe talented Jacob T. Swinney’s video essays are of the highest caliber. You’ve probably seen his First and Final Frames or Tarantino’s Extreme Close Ups bouncing around as he is often featured on Slate, Fandor and Indiewire (to name a few).5. MPCAs far as creative studios go, MPC is at the forefront of VFX and offers some really cool content. Their VFX breakdowns from their projects (everything from broadcast spots to The Martian) are always worth a look.6. Burger FictionAn under-the-radar selection, Burger Fiction is new on the scene but their videos are top notch. Check it out for super-cuts on movie phone calls and the evolution of Iron Man.7. Everything Animated Everything Animated is a channel dedicated to everything animated (duh). Created by Aziz Kocanaogullari, the channel pulls from all over the world to explore some of the most colorful, entertaining and inspirational animated films online. 3. FAT Lab The “Free Art and Technology” (F.A.T.) Lab is an organization “dedicated to enriching the public domain through the research and development of creative technologies and media.” Which basically means it’s a hipster hodge-podge of public domain mash-ups that are endlessly entertaining. 2. Film School A channel curated by cinemacuteo that shares video tutorials on everything from special effects, steadicam, lights and cranes. Film School fills in the gaps you may have missed in class. Whether you’re looking for inspiration, practical tips or the latest film essay super-cuts, here are nine filmmaking channels on Vimeo that you NEED to be following!Vimeo has done a great job of creating a platform that’s built with serious filmmakers in mind. Unlike Youtube, its community is supportive of those looking to get their work out there and enjoyed. It’s also a great place to check out the newest and coolest from your feed. So, if you’d like to sprinkle a little awesomeness in with the Vimeo Staff Picks, check out these nine channels below. 1. Documentary FilmOne of Vimeo’s most followed channels, Documentary Film is your one-stop shop for every documentary you’d ever like to see online. Pulling from the fertile Vimeo-grounds, this channel is the cream of the crop in terms of documentaries short and long.
Brooks Koepka poses with the Wanamaker Trophy after winning the PGA Championship golf tournament, Sunday, May 19, 2019, at Bethpage Black in Farmingdale, N.Y. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)FARMINGDALE, N.Y. — His place in PGA Championship history finally secure, Brooks Koepka draped both arms around the top of the Wanamaker Trophy and let out a deep sigh.The stress was more than he wanted. The satisfaction was more than he imagined.ADVERTISEMENT PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss ‘Rebel attack’ no cause for concern-PNP, AFP Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess Next up is the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, where Koepka already is the betting favorite as he defends his title for the second time. No one has won the U.S. Open three straight years since Willie Anderson in 1905.No one will doubt whether Koepka is capable the way he is playing.Johnson knew he was a long shot going into the final round — no one had ever lost a seven-shot lead in a major — and he still managed to make Koepka work for it.He came undone with a shot he thought would be perfect — a 5-iron from 194 yards, dead into the wind on the 16. It one-hopped over the green into thick rough.“Hit the shot I wanted to right at the flag,” Johnson said. “I don’t know how it flew 200 yards into the wind like that.”Johnson now has runner-up finishes in all four of the majors, the wrong kind of career Grand Slam.“I gave it a run,” he said. “That’s all you can ask for.”It was more than anyone expected, especially when Koepka was six shots ahead with eight holes to play.The crowd sensed a collapse and began chanting Johnson’s nickname on the par-3 14th as Koepka went long and was headed for a fourth straight bogey.Koepka is a 29-year-old Floridian with an imposing figure, power off the tee and out of the rough, no obvious weakness in his game and the kind of mental fortitude that majors require. He needed all of it to win this one. Ethel Booba twits Mocha over 2 toilets in one cubicle at SEA Games venue MOST READ “I wasn’t nervous,” he said. “I was in shock of what was going on.”Bethpage has a reputation for being over the top, and it irritated Harold Varner III, who shot 81 playing in the final group.“I thought it was pretty weird how they were telling Brooks to choke,” Varner said about the 14th hole. “That’s not my cup of tea. I was pulling for him after that.”Koepka held it together at the most crucial moment. He piped his driver down the 15th fairway and two-putted for par. And he drilled another one into the 16th for another par. He kept it interesting to the end, three-putting the 17th as the lead went back to two shots, and pulling his driver on the 18th into fescue so thick it left him little choice but to lay up and scramble for par. Once his medium lob wedge settled 6 feet away, he could relax.Finally.Woods won the Wanamaker Trophy in consecutive years twice, in 1999 and 2000, and again in 2006 and 2007. Koepka was starting to draw comparisons with Woods for the way he obliterated the competition, much like Woods in his 12-shot victory in the 1997 Masters and 15-shot victory in the 2000 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach.Koepka tied the PGA Championship record by opening with a 63. He broke the major championship record for 36 holes at 128. He set another PGA Championship record with his seven-shot lead.In the end, just having his name on the heaviest championship trophy in golf was all that mattered. It wasn’t.And it didn’t help that a raging wind that gusted up to 25 mph turned Bethpage Black into a beast, with Johnson (69) the only player out of the last 12 groups to shoot par or better. Koepka’s 74 was the highest final round by a PGA champion since Vijay Singh (4-over 76) won in a playoff at Whistling Straits in 2004.“I’m just glad I don’t have to play any more holes,” Koepka said. “That was a stressful round of golf. I’m glad to have this thing back in my hands.”Koepka appeared to wrap it up with a gap wedge from 156 yards to 2 feet on the 10th hole for a birdie, as Johnson made his first bogey of the round up ahead on the 11th. That restored the lead to six shots, and the coronation was on.And then it all changed in a New York minute.Four holes later, Koepka walked off the 15th tee with a one-shot lead. He looked over to his left to see Johnson facing a 7-foot par putt on the 16th hole — the most difficult hole at Bethpage Black on Sunday because it was into the wind — to stay within one shot. The groan of the crowd told him Johnson had missed.“I felt like as long as I had the lead, I was fine,” Koepka said. “As long as I put it in the fairway, I was going to be all right.”Koepka, who finished at 8-under 272, returned to No. 1 in the world with a performance that defines his dominance in golf’s biggest events.He was the first wire-to-wire winner in the PGA Championship since Hal Sutton at Riviera in 1983. It was his third straight year winning a major, a feat achieved by only seven others since the Masters began in 1934 — Woods, Phil Mickelson, Tom Watson, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Peter Thomson and Ralph Guldahl.Winning four of his last eight majors is a stretch not seen since Woods won seven out of 11 when he captured the 2002 U.S. Open at Bethpage Black. LATEST STORIES Catholic schools seek legislated pay hike, too That gives him four of the last eight majors he played and makes him the first player to hold two back-to-back majors at the same time. He won his second straight U.S. Open last summer 60 miles down the road at Shinnecock Hills before a far less rowdy crowd.When his 6-foot par putt fell on the last hole, Koepka thrust his muscular right arm in the air and hugged his caddie hard.“Today was definitely the most satisfying out of all of them for how stressful that round was — how stressful D.J. made that,” Koepka said. “I know for a fact that was the most excited I’ve ever been in my life there on 18.”Koepka said at the start of the week that majors are sometimes the easiest to win.This one should have been.ADVERTISEMENT Two-day strike in Bicol fails to cripple transport Duterte wants probe of SEA Games mess View comments Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next DA eyes importing ‘galunggong’ anew Koepka lost all but one shot of his record seven-shot lead Sunday. Then he lost the brutal Long Island crowd, which began chants of “D.J.! D.J.!” as Koepka was on his way to a fourth straight bogey that allowed Dustin Johnson to pull within one shot.“It’s New York,” Koepka said. “What do you expect when you’re half-choking it away?”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logisticsHe responded like a player capable of piling up major championships faster than anyone since Tiger Woods.Motivated by the crowd turning on him, Koepka delivered the key shots over the closing stretch as Johnson faded with two straight bogeys. He closed with a 4-over 74 for a two-shot victory and joined Woods as the only back-to-back winners of the PGA Championship since it went to stroke play in 1958. Manny Pacquiao arrives in New York for Keith Thurman fight press tour Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting
Alternate NamesJoint replacement surgery – using your shoulder; Shoulder replacement surgery – afterWhat to Expect at HomeYou have had shoulder replacement surgery to replace the bones of your shoulder joint with artificial parts. The parts include a stem made of metal and a metal ball that fits on the top of the stem. A plastic piece is used as the new surface of the shoulder blade.Now that you are home you will need to know how to protect your shoulder as it heals.Self-care You willneed to weara sling for the first 6 weeks after surgery. You maywant to wear the sling for extra support or protection after that. Some people also wear a shoulder immobilizer to keep the joint in place.Rest your shoulder ona rolled up towel or small pillow when lying down. This helps prevent damage to your shoulder from the stretching of the muscles or tendons. You will need to keep doing this for 6-8 weeks after your surgery, even when wearing a sling.Your doctor or physical therapist may teach you pendulum exercises to do at home for 4-6 weeks. To do these exercises:Lean over and support your weight with your good arm on a counter or table.Hang your arm that had surgery down.Very carefully and slowly swing your loose arm around in circles.Your doctor or physical therapist will also teach you safe ways to move your arm and shoulder.Do not try to lift or move your shoulder without supporting it with your good arm or having someone else support it. Your doctor or therapist will tell you when it is okay to lift or move your shoulder without this support.Use your other (good) arm to move the arm that had surgery. Move it only as far as your doctor or physical therapist tells you is okay.These exercises and movements may hard but they will get easier over time. It is very important to do these as your doctor or therapist showed you. Doing these exercises will help your shoulder get better faster. They will help you be more actives after you recover.advertisementActivities and movements you should try to avoid are:Reaching or using your shoulder a lotLiftingobjects heavier than a cup of coffeeSupporting your body weight with your hand on the side you had surgeryMaking sudden jerking movementsWear the sling all the time unless your doctor says you do not have to.After 4-6 weeks, your doctor or physical therapist will show you other exercises to stretch your shoulder and gain more movement in your joint.Returning to sports and other activitiesAsk your doctor which sports and other activities are okay for you after you recover.Always think about how to safely use your shoulder before you move or start an activity. To protect your new shoulder:Avoid activities that require doing the same movement over and over again with your shoulder, such as weight lifting.Avoid “jamming” activities, such as hammering.Avoid “impact-loading” sports, such as boxing.Avoid any physical activities that need quick stop-start motions or twisting.Do not push heavy objects.You will probably not be able to drive for at least4-6 weeks after surgery. You should not drive when you are taking narcotics. Your doctor or physical therapist will tell you when driving is okay.When to Call the DoctorCall your doctor or nurse if you have:Bleeding that soaks through your dressing and does not stop when you place pressure over the areaPain that does not go away when you take your pain medicineSwelling in your armRedness, pain, swelling, or a yellowish discharge from the woundFever higher than 101 FAlso call the doctor if:Your hand or fingers are darker in color or feel cool to the touch.Your new shoulder joint does not feel secure. It feels like it is moving around.References Throckmorton TW. Shoulder and elbow arthroplasty. In: Canale ST, Beatty JH, eds. Campbells Operative Orthopaedics. 12thth ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Mosby Elsevier; 2012:chap 12.Review Date:11/15/2012Reviewed By:C. Benjamin Ma, MD, Assistant Professor, Chief, Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service, UCSF Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. Also reviewed by A.D.A.M. Health Solutions, Ebix, Inc., Editorial Team: David Zieve, MD, MHA, David R. Eltz, Stephanie Slon, and Nissi Wang.
Congratulations and well done to all teams involved in the 2017 International Series at the Sunshine Coast Stadium. Please see below for results. Wednesday 10 May 2017Women’s OpenAustralia (17) defeated Japanese Women’s Open Selection (0)Men’s OpenAustralia (7) defeated Japan (3)Thursday 11 May 2017Women’s OpenJapanese Women’s Open Selection (6) defeated New Zealand (5)Australia (20) defeated Japanese Women’s Open Selection (2)Men’s OpenNew Zealand (11) defeated Japan (6)Australia (15) defeated Japan (3)Try Scores – International Series Day OneWomen’s OpenAustralia 17 (McCall 4, Watego 3, Crowe 2, Campbell 2, Maddick 2, Kearney, Davis, Hennessey, Upton touchdowns) defeated Japan 0.Men’s OpenAustralia 7 (Brisby 2, Prowse 2, Buckley, Francis, Palau touchdowns) defeated Japan 3 (Kawaguchi, Hamada, Nakamichi). Try Scores – International Series Day TwoWomen’s OpenJapan 6 (Kuraishi, Endo, Kishi, Imai, Ogawa, Parslow touchdowns) defeated New Zealand 5 (Engler 2, Johnston, Hotham, Mohi touchdowns)Australia 20 (Michaelopolous 3, Dyball 3, Rodgers 3, McCall 3, Peattie 2, Watego, Crowe, Upton, Campbell, Sargent, Sue See touchdowns) defeated Japan 2 (Imai, Goulding touchdowns)Men’s OpenNew Zealand 11 (Quinn 3, Robinson 3, Rhind-Rogers 2, Cavanagh 2, Soutar-Finch touchdowns) defeated Japan 6 (Kawaguchi 2, Kaji, Hori, Hamada, Nakamichi touchdowns)Australia 15 (Francis 4, Hoch 4, Marshall King 3, Norman, Moylan, Barton, Bundy touchdowns) defeated Japan 3 (Kaji, Kanabe, Nakamichi touchdowns)Related LinksInternational Series Results