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стрим horizon zero dawn от playground.ru - новости

Эту игру ждали очень многие. Настало время посмотреть, не зря ли. Приглашаем вас на наш стрим, который начнется сегодня, 1 марта, в 19:00 по московскому времени. Ведущий — Александр Чернов.

apple details new wwdc 2017 scholarship rules and deadlines for student develope

Attending Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference is quite expensive when you factor in the $1599 ticket on top of travel and hotel expenses. Apple’s WWDC Scholarships program makes it possible for students and new developers to apply for a chance to attend the conference with most expenses covered. This year WWDC is moving from San Francisco to San Jose, and the WWDC Scholarships program has a new application process as well.Sony A6500Apple detailed the new rules and this year’s deadlines on its developer website today. Submissions will run Monday, March 27 at 10 am PDT to Sunday, April 2 at 5 pm PDT. Winners will be notified on Friday, April 21 ahead of the conference kickoff on Monday, June 5.WWDC Scholarship eligibility is like previous years:13 years of age or older;Registered

trump immigration: wall already exists in u.s. minds

Boshora Adam, an African refugee, appears with his twin daughters in their home in Tel Aviv, Israel. “The hardest part about raising my children in Israel is that it’s becoming more segregated," he says. "On the playground you notice that parents keep their children away from African children, and this worries me for my children’s future.” Malin FezehaiEveryone knows about Donald Trump's big wall. People watch the news and talk about the wall. People drink their coffee on the way to work and talk about the wall. There’s not one brick in Trump's big wall yet — but you can see it from afar already. And at the same time a different wall, an invisible wall, grows higher and higher around us. It is the invisible wall that separates us from the invisible people, the ones that clear the coffee cu

h&h news quiz: do you know what happened this week?

Do you fancy yourself a bit of a news hound, or do you spend more time in the saddle than reading up on current affairs? Find out how much you remember from this week’s news with this light-hearted quiz.Need a clue? All the answers can be found in the news stories from the past seven days at www.horseandhound.co.uk/news

h&h news quiz: do you know what happened this week?

Do you fancy yourself a bit of a news hound, or do you spend more time in the saddle than reading up on current affairs? Find out how much you remember from this week’s news with this light-hearted quiz.Need a clue? All the answers can be found in the news stories from the past seven days at www.horseandhound.co.uk/news

overcrowding, rent hikes in election spotlight

New schools, regional out-of-hours care and new playground investments - the education sector has continued to benefit from both of the major parties' election campaigns. The WA Liberals have committed $250 million to new infrastructure and primary schools- and an additional $1 billion if the sale of Western Power is to go ahead- while the Labor Party has promised $381 million towards a better education experience across the state.Adele fans fill Domain StadiumVideo duration01:36Previous slideNext slideVideo duration05:15A stroll with Col A stroll with Col WA Premier Colin Barnett takes an evening stroll with WAtoday Political Journalist Brendan Foster and discusses the issues heading into the State Election.Adele fans fill Domain StadiumVideo duration01:36Video duration01:36Adele fans fil

overcrowding, rent hikes in election spotlight

New schools, regional out-of-hours care and new playground investments - the education sector has continued to benefit from both of the major parties' election campaigns. The WA Liberals have committed $250 million to new infrastructure and primary schools, while the Labor Party has promised $381 million towards a better education experience across the state.Adele fans fill Domain StadiumVideo duration01:36Previous slideNext slideVideo duration05:15A stroll with Col A stroll with Col WA Premier Colin Barnett takes an evening stroll with WAtoday Political Journalist Brendan Foster and discusses the issues heading into the State Election.Adele fans fill Domain StadiumVideo duration01:36Video duration01:36Adele fans fill Domain StadiumAdele fans fill Domain StadiumAdele drew a crowd of 65,000

apple opening wwdc scholarship submissions on march 27

WWDC 2017 scholarship submissions open on March 27.Apple will begin accepting scholarship submissions for WWDC 2017 on Monday, March 27 at 10:00 a.m. PT. Those wish to apply must be 13 years of age or older, and have until 5:00 p.m. On April 2 to make their submissions. For the first time with WWDC scholarships, Apple will be providing lodging to scholarship recipients in addition to a ticket to the conference.From Apple:WWDC Scholarships reward talented students and STEM organization members with the opportunity to attend this year's conference. Developers selected for a scholarship will receive a WWDC17 ticket and lodging free of charge.Among other requirements, applicants will need to provide their own interactive Swift playground scene, which can be constructed with Xcode on macOS or i

two dead in drowning tragedy at mill park lake in melbourne's north

 Two men have drowned in a small lake in Melbourne's north during a daylight swim.The bodies of the two men - a 19-year-old Mernda man and another man who police are yet to identify - were pulled from the lake at Redleap Reserve in Mill Park late Sunday night. 
Two bodies were pulled from the water at Redleap Reserve in Mill Park. Photo: Patrick HerveA friend standing on the shore alerted emergency crews when he lost sight of the two about 6.30pm on Sunday.  The body of the first man was pulled from the water around 9.20pm on Sunday, a police spokeswoman said.
Two males were last seen swimming at the lake around 6.30pm Sunday. Photo: Patrick HerveThe Mernda teenager's body was located just after 10pm, she said.The lake is in a park that includes a playground, a cricket oval and a baske

two dead in drowning tragedy at mill park lake in melbourne's north

 The bodies of two male swimmers have been found in a lake in Melbourne's north.Search crews found the body of one person in the lake at Redleap Reserve in Mill Park around 9.20pm on Sunday, a police spokeswoman said.
Two bodies were pulled from the water at Redleap Reserve in Mill Park. Photo: Patrick HerveThe second body was located just after 10pm, she said.The pair were last seen swimming at the lake around 6.30pm, triggering a search around Redleap Avenue.
Two males were last seen swimming at the lake around 6.30pm Sunday. Photo: Patrick HerveThe ages of the two drowning victims, both males, is not known at this time.The lake is in a park that includes a playground, a cricket oval and a basketball stadium.Police, search and rescue crews, and Ambulance Victoria paramedics were all

how good policy can help women in retirement

On Wednesday in Money: International Women's Day special edition.My daughter was nine months old when I returned to work.
Flexible work enables employees to juggle careers and parenthood. Photo: Julian KingmaThe taxi driver listened quietly as, tears running down my cheeks, I explained it was the first night away from her.I felt guilty.Guilty that I wasn't there. Guilty that my partner had to call in sick. Guilty that I wasn't putting in the same hours as before. Guilty that the rest of the team was having to fill the void. Guilty that, later, at 18 months, I would entrust her to the care of strangers each morning.Guilty, really, that I'd chosen a career over my child.AdvertisementBut I was also lucky.Lucky that I was initially able to return to work part time. Lucky that my employer tho

how to turn off apple news notifications for particular channel on iphone and ip

Apple News App is the one-stop platform to instantly access all the world stories, news, articles and everything you want to explore. You can set push notifications to stay updated on the latest happenings. Don't want some channels to keep bombarding you with alerts? You have the option to turn off Apple News notifications for particular channels as well.Depending on your need, you can customize the notification and even change the alert style. And, if you want to completely disable Apple news notifications to have some peace of mind, there is an option to do that as well. Let me show you how.Step #1. Launch News app on your iOS device.Step #2. Next, tap on Favorites tab at the bottom of the screen.Step #3. Now, you need to tap on the bell icon located at the top left the corner.Step #4. N

aurora college is the first virtual high school in nsw

Just like most year 8 students, the highlight of Harry Bottero's school day is often hanging out in the playground with his friends.The only difference is that when this 13-year-old catches up with his mates, it is in a virtual quadrangle, connected to each other via the internet from the most remote corners of NSW.VCE students pushed outVideo duration01:32Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:09NSW's first virtual selective high schoolNSW's first virtual selective high schoolEstablished just two years ago, Aurora College already has more than 200 students that log-in to Aurora's online conferencing system each day for lessons. Vision: Aurora College.VCE students pushed outVideo duration01:32Video duration01:32VCE students pushed outVCE students pushed outConcerns that schools are pushi

aurora college is the first virtual high school in nsw

Just like most year 8 students, the highlight of Harry Bottero's school day is often hanging out in the playground with his friends.The only difference is that when this 13-year-old catches up with his mates, it is in a virtual quadrangle, connected to each other via the internet from the most remote corners of NSW.VCE students pushed outVideo duration01:32Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:09NSW's first virtual selective high schoolNSW's first virtual selective high schoolEstablished just two years ago, Aurora College already has more than 200 students that log-in to Aurora's online conferencing system each day for lessons. Vision: Aurora College.VCE students pushed outVideo duration01:32Video duration01:32VCE students pushed outVCE students pushed outConcerns that schools are pushi

what you can expect to pay for gold coast beachfront (it may be less than you th

Surfers Paradise, Australia’s holiday playground, is home to some of Queensland’s most expensive property. Take, for example, 187-191 Hedges Avenue, a five-bedroom, modern masterpiece currently on the market in the Gold Coast suburb of Mermaid Beach – familiar territory to an A-list of entrepreneurs, high flying executives, cashed up footy players and international players of a different kind looking for a beachfront base.Hedges Avenue, Jefferson Lane in Palm Beach to the south, and Main Beach to the north, are the Gold Coast names that spring to the minds of Queenslanders as a cypher for the highest of high-end properties within a step or three of some of the best beaches in the country – if not the world.But despite the high price tags attached to many Gold Coast addresses, it’s still po

get your lg mwc 2017 liveblog here

Coming to you live from Barcelona, we're delivering coverage of the LG MWC 2017 press event. Keep it locked here for all the news as it's announced at 12:00PM CET (6:00AM ET). We're expecting to finally meet the much-teased G6 in an official capacity. Who knows, we might hear some news about a few accessories as well. Whatever the case may be, we'll bring you all the news as it's announced here in Spain. We'll have all the announcements here in our liveblog at the aforementioned time.

cyberbullying rarely occurs in isolation, research finds

IMAGE: Professor Dieter Wolke.
view more Credit: University of WarwickCyberbullying doesn't create large numbers of new victims, says University of Warwick researchersMost bullying is face-to-face - with cyberbullying used as a modern tool to supplement traditional forms29% of UK teenagers reported being bullied - only 1% were victims of cyberbullying aloneBullying intervention strategies should focus on traditional bullying as well as cyberbullyingCyberbullying is mostly an extension of playground bullying - and doesn't create large numbers of new victims - according to research from the University of Warwick.Professor Dieter Wolke in the Department of Psychology finds that although cyberbullying is prevalent and harmful, it is a modern tool used to harm victims already bullied by tradi

fake news is altering perceptions of facts, swedish survey shows

Fake news is causing Swedes to change how they consider facts. Photo: Håkon Mosvold Larsen
Eight out of ten Swedes think that so-called fake news is having an impact on their perception of basic facts, while the majority said that they see news articles they don't believe to be entirely true on a weekly basis.
That's according to a survey by pollsters Ipsos which the Swedish Media Publishers' Asssociation (TU) commissioned. In the study, Swedes aged between 18 and 75 were asked questions based on ones used in a similar December study in the US by the Pew Research Centre, which showed that many Americans suspect fabricated news is causing confusion.
And it seems Swedes also think unreliable news stories are having an effect. When asked by TU "how much do you think made-up/false news

no end to suffering in iraq and syria even with an is defeat

The stories brought back by Fairfax Media's reporter Michael Bachelard and photographer Kate Geraghty from two weeks in Iraq with survivors of Islamic State's rule are horrifying.The worst of it? The atrocities, human rights abuses, fighting and despair are ongoing for hundreds of thousands of people caught in the areas still controlled by Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, and for millions more forced to flee their homes for their lives.
Hussein Hatem, 10, from Mosul. He lives in a tent with his family at Khazer Camp 1, home to 38,000 displaced Iraqis who have fled Mosul and surrounding villages. Photo: Kate GeraghtyWho could forget the account of Hussein Hatem, a 10-year-old from an outer suburb of the northern Iraqi city of Mosul? He described how Islamic State fighters came to his prim

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the internet made ‘fake news’ a thing—then made it nothing

As an epithet that defines and dominates the current political moment, "fake news" has become as unstuck from fact—and as unstoppable—as any viral hoax. The post The Internet Made 'Fake News' a Thing—Then Made It Nothing appeared first on WIRED.

today's news: feb. 27, 2017

News from the Trump administration, Philippines militants behead a German tourist, Moonlight shines at the Oscars after a snafu, and more from the United States and around the world.

'fake news!' china's response to reports of torture

Beijing: "FAKE NEWS," a Twitter post declared. "Prejudice-based," another said. "Cleverly orchestrated lies," a news article asserted.President Donald Trump's harangues against the US news media appear to have inspired a new genre of commentary in China's state media, whose propagandists spiced up social media posts and news articles with Trumpian flourishes this week.
Controlling narrative about China is the government's business: the opening ceremony of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference at The Great Hall of People this week. Photo: Getty ImagesPeople's Daily, the flagship newspaper of the ruling Communist Party, mimicked Trump's characteristic bluster – and his fondness for capital letters – on Friday in denouncing Western news coverage of a Chinese lawyer and huma

'fake news!' china's response to reports of torture

Beijing: "FAKE NEWS," a Twitter post declared. "Prejudice-based," another said. "Cleverly orchestrated lies," a news article asserted.President Donald Trump's harangues against the US news media appear to have inspired a new genre of commentary in China's state media, whose propagandists spiced up social media posts and news articles with Trumpian flourishes this week.
Controlling narrative about China is the government's business: the opening ceremony of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference at The Great Hall of People this week. Photo: Getty ImagesPeople's Daily, the flagship newspaper of the ruling Communist Party, mimicked Trump's characteristic bluster – and his fondness for capital letters – on Friday in denouncing Western news coverage of a Chinese lawyer and huma

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