Perspective Interpretation of the news based on evidence, including data, as well as anticipating how events

Perspective Interpretation of the news based on evidence, including data, as well as anticipating how events might unfold based on past events After recent break-ins, a homeowner who lives in a homeowners’ association wants to install surveillance cameras outside his home and in the association-owned common areas. What should he know before putting in cameras? Security is a big issue for homeowners’ associations. Everyone wants a safe and secure home. But a board also must balance the privacy concerns of owners. Here are some issues to keep in mind when deciding to install security cameras. Only the association is authorized to install anything in the common areas. Although it is not unheard of, there are very few circumstances in which a homeowner would be granted permission to install anything within association-owned common areas. Before an owner considers installing a security camera, he should consult the association’s bylaws and declaration. Almost every association has within its governing documents a section that requires owners to obtain approval of any improvement or change to the exterior of their property. The installation of a surveillance camera would be subject to...

Which budget airline offers most hand luggage allowance

Budget airlines Ryanair, easyJet, Wizz Air and Jet2 are all renowned for their nonstop flights across the continent, offering travellers a slice of adventure for a very appealing cost. However, it isn’t uncommon that they make back these savings in other areas, including fees for seat upgrades, hold luggage and even hand luggage. This can be particularly troublesome for flyers hoping to jet off with just a carry-on bag. Whether its luggage limits or size restrictions, passengers often run into unexpected baggage bothers when travelling with low cost airlines. However a recent comparison of Europe’s four most popular low-cost carriers has uncovered a helpful hack for passengers hoping to travel light and limit costs. The new research has crowned Jet2 as the airline offering passengers the most for their money when travelling with just hand luggage. The British airline not only offers the largest free carry-on bag option out of the four, it also boasts an additional personal item for free. Lucky travellers can benefit for one bag, totalling 10kg and a maximum size of 56x45x25cm, plus an additional personal item such as a handbag or laptop bag. However, if your flight does happen ...

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This site is operated by a business or businesses owned by Informa PLC and all copyright resides with them. Informa PLC’s registered office is 5 Howick Place, London SW1P 1WG. Registered in England and Wales. Number 8860726. You’ve got questions about extrusion, and Allan Griff has the answers. But what he didn’t have during a recent webinar on the key principles of extrusion hosted by PlasticsToday was time. Dozens of questions flooded in from attendees and he could only respond to a handful during the allotted time for the live Q&A. As promised at the start of the webcast, however, he replied via email to all of the questions left unanswered in the queue. It occurred to us that other people in the extrusion sector could benefit from this exchange, so we are sharing it here. By the way, if you missed the webinar, you can still listen in on demand at no charge. Simply click here, sit back and enjoy! Q: Can you describe the most common sources for visual defects, such as black specks or gels, and what can be done to address them? A: Degradation happens in slow-moving areas of the head and die, especially if the die is left full and hot for a long period of time. Resin w...

Favored by modern yogis, aerial yoga gives the ability to fully invert with ease and adds

Favored by modern yogis, aerial yoga gives the ability to fully invert with ease and adds support for more complex poses. Being airborne also opens up possibilities for entirely new positions. Hailed as a remarkable therapy for relaxation and posture, yoga swings are great for developing core strength, flexibility, and decompressing the spine. Whether you’re a yogi looking to practice aerial fitness at home or you’re opening a new studio, these yoga hammocks are the best out there. Here’s why. This professional yoga hammock by Firetoys is studio-grade quality, so if you’re looking to take the peace of your yoga studio back home to you, this is the swing for you. Get flying right out of the box — all hardware included. Each hammock is fully tested for safety before leaving the UK. The swings are tied to stainless steel O rings using a specially chosen knot. You have flexibility here: rig it as a 1 or 2 point hammock. There’s enough fabric to lay fully flat for a meditation session or even take a horizontal split if you have the flexibility. 6m of length affords the space to adjust knots for a variety of heights that suit any ceiling. The hammocks have only 10% stretch, which is ...

The Blackfly S board level camera, available in color and mono versions, features a Sony IMX183,

The Blackfly S board level camera, available in color and mono versions, features a Sony IMX183, 20 MPixel, 17 fps, 1” Exmor CMOS rolling shutter image sensor. A low-profile two-board stack and USB are placed over a flexible printed circuit (FPC) connector. Featuring 2.4 µm pixel size and 5472 x 3648 resolution, the board level cameras are 29 x 29 x 12 mm in size, support USB3 or GigE interfaces over FPC connectors, have a low profile JST GPIO connector, and no fixed lens mount. The cameras have an operating temperature of 0° C – 50° C, a noise rating of 3.29 e-, dynamic range of 71.95 dB, and require require 5 V power. Contact: FLIRHeadquarters: Richmond, BC, CanadaProduct: Blackfly S 20 MPixel board level cameraKey Features: IMX183 sensor, 2.4 µm pixel size, 5472 x 3648 resolution, 29 x 29 x 12 mm, USB3 and GigE interface support. What FLIR says: View more information on the Blackfly S 20 MPixel color and mono board level cameras. Share your vision-related news by contacting Dennis Scimeca, Associate Editor, Vision Systems DesignSUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTERS The EoSens 4FIBER is suitable for robot positioning, ballistics and explosives, rail inspection, and recycling sor...

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Please feel free to log in with any of the following accounts: ASICentral, ESP, Connect, or ASIUniversity. Today’s hustle-and-bustle lifestyle benefits from a branded travel mug. Consumers know it, too, as the staggering retail success of Yeti has raised their expectations – and their willingness to spend. These mugs are perfect for cafés and coffee shops (think frequency programs) as well as for employee welcome gifts, car purchases and more. This 30-oz. tumbler (DRK1900-E) keeps drinks cold for 24 hours or warm for six. Offer to roadside stops and hospitality centers. Available from Lanco Corporation (asi/66224); lancopromo.com Parents in the stands will love this 14-oz. stainless-steel tumbler (4785) that is sweat resistant, dishwasher safe and BPA free. Available from Evans Mfg. (asi/52840); evans-mfg.com This tumbler (TT17) includes a full-color wrap imprint and is made using solar power. Available from VisionUSA (asi/80060); vision1usa.com This 16-oz. travel mug (BL-9000) is double-wall insulated with a full-color wraparound logo. Available from Ventura (asi/93520); venturaline.com Did the corporate team just nail a big project? Reward them with this stainless steel 20-oz...

Thousands of customers sign up for service that delivers milk to your door in reusable glass bottles

More than 20,000 Britons have switched from getting their milk in plastic containers to reusable glass bottles in just four weeks through a grocery delivery scheme. Sign-ups soared to the Müller-owned Milk & More service, which sees a return to traditional, milkman-style morning deliveries left at your doorstep. Research by the firm suggests that 16 per cent of Britons will pay more for their groceries if they know that they are sold in recyclable packaging. More than 20,000 Britons have switched from getting their milk in plastic containers to reusable glass bottles in just four weeks through a grocery delivery scheme (stock image) Sign-ups soared to the Müller-owned Milk & More service, which sees a return to traditional, milkman-style morning deliveries left at your doorstep UK milk and grocery doorstep delivery service Milk & More reported the significant surge in new customers today, alongside revealing that 75,000 people in total have signed up to its reusable-based scheme in the past year. Of the new sign-ups, 90 per cent chose to have their milk delivered in glass bottles — each of which are reused an average of 25 times. The uptake of this service is indicat...

English Dub Review: Dragon Ball Super “Noble Pride to the End! Vegeta Falls”

Your source for the latest in adult animation news, reviews, previews, podcasts, fan culture, and features. …”So glad we’ve almost made it So sad they had to fade it Everybody wants to rule the world!” As a now shirtless Vegeta prepares for a final stand against Jiren, the battle itself is a textbook definition of courage because despite Vegeta being in stuck in such an extreme disadvantage of not being able to immediately go Super Saiyan due to exhaustion, he’s still ballsy enough to take on Jiren, even getting his left eye injured in the process. Vegeta is knocked to the brink of elimination, and he begins to think about the people in his life he cares about the most. He gets back up and continues to fight Jiren, who is impressed by Vegeta’s pride. While a good portion of the episode is spent on Vegeta giving it his all, several close-calls happen that nearly get him ringed out, but manages to stay in the fight through sheer dumb luck. There’s even a moment when Vegeta hears Bulma’s voice urging him not to give up. And although the last episode had the misguided attempt to make Jiren a sympathetic character, Jiren comes across as a dolt when he still fails to understand why V...

Handy Dad in the Great Outdoors (Chronicle Books, 2012) by Todd Davis is full of fun

Handy Dad in the Great Outdoors (Chronicle Books, 2012) by Todd Davis is full of fun projects for dad and the kids to get creative in the great outdoors. Davis grew up with a family who loved experiencing the outdoors, and is now passing on these fun activities to families across the world, with step-by-step instructions to make the most of your family time outside. The following excerpt is his guide to building an outdoor solar shower. Yeah, nothing beats roughing it, except for—maybe—the stink. Days of whacking through bushes, trekking through forests, and forging up peaks are all well and good, but what to do when you come back to camp so odiferous that not even your dog wants to share your tent? When you need a little help leaving the wilderness behind, nothing beats a clean, hot, solar-powered shower, except for—maybe—getting dirty again. • Pencil • Tape measure • Drill with 3/4-inch spade bit • Pocket/utility knife • Vise grips • Crescent wrench *An additional poly adapter and length of tubing can be added to the ball valve to extend the reach of your shower for washing dishes, boots, or other low-to-the-ground items, like kids. 1. Make a mark on the bucket that’s 1-3/4 i...

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Noise Control System Market 2019 Analysis By Growth Rate, Key Drivers, Restraints, Future Trends, Opportunities, And Challenges Till 2025

The main areas of noise mitigation or abatement are: transportation noise control, architectural design, urban planning through zoning codes, and occupational noise control. Roadway noise and aircraft noise are the most pervasive sources of environmental noise. Social activities may generate noise levels that consistently affect the health of populations residing in or occupying areas, both indoor and outdoor, near entertainment venues that feature amplified sounds and music that present significant challenges for effective noise mitigation strategies. North America and Asia Pacific account for more than half the noise control system market and they are expected to retain their commanding position throughout the course of the forecast period. The global Noise Control System market was valued at xx million US$ in 2018 and will reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of xx% during 2019-2025. This report focuses on Noise Control System volume and value at global level, regional level and company level. From a global perspective, this report represents overall Noise Control System market size by analyzing historical data and future prospect. Regionally, this repor...

Amazon Says It Can Detect Fear on Your Face. You Scared?

The company updates its Rekognition suite with an algorithm that can tell if you’re afraid. Researchers say such emotion detectors don’t work very well. Amazon announced a breakthrough from its AI experts Monday: Their algorithms can now read fear on your face, at a cost of $0.001 per image—or less if you process more than 1 million images. The news sparked interest because Amazon is at the center of a political tussle over the accuracy and regulation of facial recognition. Amazon sells a facial-recognition service, part of a suite of image-analysis features called Rekognition, to customers that include police departments. Another Rekognition service tries to discern the gender of faces in photos. The company said Monday that the gender feature had been improved—apparently a response to research showing it was much less accurate for people with darker skin. Rekognition has been assessing emotions in faces along a sliding scale for seven categories: “happy,” “sad,” “angry,” “surprised,” “disgusted,” “calm,” and “confused.” Fear, added Monday, is the eighth. Amazon isn’t the first company to offer developers access to algorithms that claim to detect emotions. Microsoft has ...

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