“We are thrilled to work with Microsoft to bring blockchain to the enterprise,” said Rick Echevarria, vice president, Software and Services Group and General Manager, Platforms Security Division at Intel, in today announcement. “Our mutual customers are excited by the potential of blockchain. It be early 2018 before Microsoft will open source the code for Coco.
Check out Hipstamatic and FatBooth for some photo fun. Fancy watching some television on your iPhone? Check out the Top TV Apps. Want to catch up on the latest news from your favourite sources? Check out the Best RSS Readers. Virtual graduation ceremonies are getting an upgrade thanks to a new recording from the Minnesota Orchestra.Musicians recorded a fresh version of “Pomp and Circumstance,” the graduation ceremony standard, from their homes. The orchestramade video and audio versionsavailablefree for schools in early May. Since then, some 800schools have downloaded it.”We recognize that the graduating class of 2020 is missing the traditional in person ceremony this year,” said music director Osmo Vnsk in a statement, “and we are humbled to be able to share this music for all who would like to include it in their virtual celebrations.”Schoolsfrom across Minnesota plus Wisconsin, Ohio and even Canada downloaded the classic march.”We had intended it for Minnesota graduations,” spokeswoman Gwen Pappas said, “but we’ve had enough downloads from across the countrythat we are now creating a ‘national’ version,” with a tweaked message at its end..
Tsunamis, volcanic eruptions and plagues have been common occurrences throughout history, but the ancient world was hit with some devastating blows. At the time, little was understood about these massive events, and people were not as prepared for them as we are today. These disasters sometimes even struck at night when no one could brace themselves and escape in time.
The video was captured by blogger Jim Hoft of the Gateway Pundit. Hoft isn fond of Barrack Obama and apparently the TSA is all his fault, even though the organization was signed into law by George W. Bush as part of the Aviation and Transportation Security Act.
My questions are about safety and good places to spend my time. People say to use your “street smarts” but I’ve spent my whole life in a tiny, rural town, so I don’t have any. I plan to spend most of my time at parks, but I don’t know which parks are safe for a woman alone to hang out, especially early mornings/evenings.