THE tectonic fabric of the sea floor created at spreading ridges generally curves in the direction of ridge offset near transform faults, owing to the influence of shearing stress on transform faults. Here we present new GLORIA sidescan sonar images from the South American–Antarctic Ridge, showing fabric to the north of the Bullard transform with a reversed sense of curvature. This curvature, and that observed in an area of older sea floor near the eastern ridge–transform intersection, appears to result from post-emplacement deformation, caused by the transmission of shear stresses across transforms. The deformation was probably related to a major Early Miocene change in spreading direction, which would have imposed a component of compression on the transforms. Such a sense of curvature has not, to our knowledge, been observed elsewhere on the deep ocean floor, although apparently similar patterns have been reported in ophiolites.
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailCEDAR CITY, Utah-The 1-1 Southern Utah University men’s basketball team commences its Big Sky season by hosting the Montana Grizzlies at the America First Event Center for contests on Thursday and Saturday.Junior guard Tevian Jones, a transfer from Illinois, has amassed 19.5 points per game for the Thunderbirds on the season thus far.The Chandler, Ariz. native is also shooting 64 percent from the field and 60 percent behind the arc.Senior guard John Knight III is posting 15.5 points per contest and eight assists per contest for the Thunderbirds during the first week of the season.SUU head coach Todd Simon is 54-79 (.406) in fifth season at the helm of the Thunderbirds’ program.With one more win, Simon will become the second-winningest coach in program history.Former SUU and Idaho State coach Bill Evans had 208 wins for the Thunderbirds, making him the winningest coach in school history.Montana comes in to this week’s games at 0-1 having suffered a 76-62 defeat at USC November 28.The Grizzlies were led by freshman guard Brandon Whitney against the Trojans, as he posted 17 points while making 8 of his 9 free throw attempts.Montana is coached by seven-year head coach Travis DeCuire who is 127-72 (.638) at Missoula. DeCuire has led the Grizzlies two NCAA Tournament appearances at the helm.Montana leads SUU 17-6 all-time while the Thunderbirds seek their first home win against the Grizzlies since November 29, 1999. On that occasion, SUU prevailed 85-75. Tags: Montana basketball/SUU Basketball December 1, 2020 /Sports News – Local SUU Men’s Basketball Hosts Montana To Commence Big Sky Season Written by Brad James
The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to apre-employment background check.If you are interested in applying for employment with The JohnsHopkins University and require special assistance or accommodationduring any part of the pre-employment process, please contact theHR Business Services Office at [email protected] For TTYusers, call via Maryland Relay or dial 711.The following additional provisions may apply depending on whichcampus you will work. Your recruiter will adviseaccordingly.During the Influenza (“the flu”) season, as a condition ofemployment, The Johns Hopkins Institutions require all employeeswho provide ongoing services to patients or work in patient care orclinical care areas to have an annual influenza vaccination orpossess an approved medical or religious exception. Failure to meetthis requirement may result in termination of employment.The pre-employment physical for positions in clinical areas,laboratories, working with research subjects, or involvingcommunity contact requires documentation of immune status againstRubella (German measles), Rubeola (Measles), Mumps, Varicella(chickenpox), Hepatitis B and documentation of having received theTdap (Tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis) vaccination. This may includedocumentation of having two (2) MMR vaccines; two (2) Varicellavaccines; or antibody status to these diseases from laboratorytesting. Blood tests for immunities to these diseases areordinarily included in the pre-employment physical exam except forthose employees who provide results of blood tests or immunizationdocumentation from their own health care providers. Anyvaccinations required for these diseases will be given at no costin our Occupational Health office.Equal Opportunity EmployerNote: Job Postings are updated daily and remain online untilfilled.EEO is the LawLearn more:https://www1.eeoc.gov/employers/upload/eeoc_self_print_poster.pdfImportant legal informationhttp://hrnt.jhu.edu/legal.cfm GeneralSummary/Purpose:We are seeking aself-motivated and creative HPC system administrator with strongapplication and user support skills to join a small buthighly-skilled and creative research computing team that developsand operates a dynamic and rapidly growing High PerformanceComputing (HPC) environment for Public Health and Biomedicalresearch. The facility has doubled its storage capacity every 12-18months for over 10 years and currently has over 10PB ofcustom-built Lustre and ZFS storage.Specific Duties& Responsibilities:Administer, troubleshoot,implement and extend an existing High Performance Computing (HPC)system in a top flight academic research institution.Participate inarchitecture development, strategic decision-making, user trainingand outreach.Deploy x86-64 and GPUnodes.Participate indevelopment, implementation and management of custom-designedmulti-petabyte storage and backup systems based on ZFS andLustre.Install and administerapplication and development environments.Share rotations inafter-hours help-desk support with other members of theteam.Prepare web-baseddocumentation. Maintain security and authentication systems withina HIPAA compliant system.MinimumQualifications (mandatory):Bachelor’sdegree.5 years relatedexperience.Additional education maysubstitute for required experience and additional relatedexperience may substitute for required education, to the extentpermitted by the JHU equivalency formula.PreferredQualifications:M.S. or Ph.D. degree inSTEM fieldSeven years of experiencemanaging Linux servers and applications or five years of experiencemanaging Linux HPC clusters.SpecialKnowledge, Skills, and Abilities:Ability to workindependently with minimal supervisionExperience with R, SAS,Stata, Matlab, image manipulation software, genomicsoftwareExperience administeringSGE, Hadoop, Spark, Lua, Lmod. Git, AnacondaExperience with ZFS,Lustre, EXT3/4 and NFS file system administrationFamiliarity with securityand authentication technologies and SSH, VPN, LDAP, Shibboleth,SAML SELinux, openSSL etc.Database administrationMySQL, Postgresql, MariaDBExperience with Unix toolssuch as awk, grep, sed, vi, emacsFamiliarity with lowerlevel Linux programs and fundamentals such as strace, the /procfilesystem in a RHEL or Centos environment, though other flavors ofLinux are helpful.TechnicalQualifications or SpecializedCertifications:Hands-on Linux systemadministration in an HPC or large enterpriseenvironmentSolid understanding of IPnetwork fundamentalsSolid understanding oflarge storage array fundamentalsSolid understanding ofPOSIX and networked file system concepts and administration (e.g.NSF)Solid scripting languageskills with Perl, Python and BashExcellent documentationand writing skillsAbility to share off-hoursuser and system support responsibilityAbility to operate a motorvehicle and has a valid U.S. driver’s licenseAny specificphysical requirements for the job:Ability to lift equipment,e.g. a 1U server (40lbs)ClassifiedTitle:Systems EngineerWorking Title: Systems/ApplicationsEngineer Role/Level/Range: ATP/04/PE Starting Salary Range:Commensurate withExperienceEmployee group: Full Time Schedule: Full Time Exempt Status: ExemptLocation: 05-MD:School of Public Health Department name: 10001070-Biostatistics Personnel area: School of Public HealthThe successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject toa pre-employment background check.If you are interested in applying for employment with The JohnsHopkins University and require special assistance or accommodationduring any part of the pre-employment process, please contact theHR Business Services Office [email protected] For TTYusers, call via Maryland Relay or dial 711.The following additional provisions may apply dependingon which campus you will work. 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A baker was assaulted in an armed robbery at Norwich retail bakery Mr Bunn the Baker last Friday (April 21). The victim, Royston Owen, was inside the store at about 3am when two men entered. They are believed to have been carrying a shotgun and axe. The robbers stole takings from the till and filled a black binliner with cakes and sandwiches from the shop. They then forced Mr Owen to withdraw more money from a cashpoint next door to the bakery. Next, they made him to drive to Norwich in his own car where the offenders got out of the vehicle and made off.The victim received hospital treatment after being hit in the face with what is understood to be the butt of the gun, but was not admitted to hospital.Investigating officers can be contacted on 0845 4564567.
Bakers across the country will be taking part in The Real Bread Campaign’s annual celebration of genuine sourdough.Returning for its seventh year, Sourdough September highlights “the alchemy of crafting flour, water and salt into bread”.Bakers are encouraged to share their sourdough and sourdough-related activities using #SourdoughSeptember.New for 2019, The Real Bread Campaign is encouraging novices to post their #sourdoughnewbie pics, and everyone to share their #sourdoughsandwich shots.“At its simplest, genuine sourdough is made using just three ingredients,” stated the campaign.“From these, novice home bakers and true artisans alike can nurture the yeasts and bacteria naturally present in flour to foster a thriving sourdough starter culture. It’s this microbial magic that, given sufficient time, makes dough rise.”Among the activities already planned are:One Mile Bakery, Hale: Bread & Beer event exploring the long-standing relationship between brewers and bakersMa Baker, Fulham: Introduction to sourdough classThe Wholesome Weigh, Hitchin: An evening with Jo Bottrill of Jo’s Loaves, featuring her insights into real breadHive Café, Roehampton Ln, London: Sourdough tasting and starter giveaway by Eastsheen Microbakery. What are you doing for Sourdough September?We would love to hear what Britain’s bakers are doing to mark the month. Please let us know by emailing [email protected]
The Dean Ween Group will release a new album, rock 2, on March 16 before hitting the road in support of their new record. Their nine-show run will kick off at Hi-Fi in Indianapolis on March 21 and wrap up at the Brooklyn Bowl in New York City on March 31. The band will also follow those shows with a series of dates in Australia.rock 2 will mark the second album from The Dean Ween Group, who released their debut record The Deaner Album back in 2016. The touring band finds Ween guitarist Mickey “Dean Ween” Melchiondo joined by a rotating cast of characters that generally includes Glenn McClelland, Dave Drewitz, and Claude Coleman Jr.—otherwise known as the rest of Ween, sans Aaron “Gene Ween” Freeman.Tickets for The Dean Ween Group’s upcoming tour will go on sale Friday, January 12 at 10am local time. You can check out the tracklist for rock2 and a full list of tour dates below. Fans can pre-order rock2 here.rock2 tracklisting:ShowstopperFingerbanginDon t Let the Moon Catch you CryingWaste Station 9Love Theme From Skinheads Kicking Your AssSomeone Greased The FatmanThe Ritz CarltonThis Heart of PalmYellow PontiacPussy on My PillowSunset Over BelmarThe Dean Ween Group Tour Dates:March 21 Indianapolis, IN—The Hi-FiMarch 22 Detroit MI—Majestic TheaterMarch 23 Cleveland, OH—Beachland BallroomMarch 24 Cincinnati, OH—Ballroom at the TaftMarch 27 Washington, DC—Black CatMarch 28 New Haven, CT—Ballroom at Outer SpaceMarch 29 Allston, MA—Brighton Music HallMarch 20 Philadelphia, PA—Theatre of Living ArtsMarch 31 Brooklyn, NY—Brooklyn BowlApril 6 Northbridge, Australia—Metro CityApril 8 Eatons Hill, Australia—Eatons Hill Hotel and Function CentreApril 11 Adelaide, Australia—Thebarton TheatreApril 13 Northbridge, Australia—Metro CityApril 15 St. Kilda, Australia—Palais Theatre[Photo via Bahram Foroughi]
Although junior Natasha Reifenberg has advocated for reproductive rights in Latin America and senior Aly Cox is the president of the Notre Dame Right to Life club, the two found common ground in their views towards a criminal ban on abortion in El Salvador and coauthored an editorial expressing their opinion on the issue. Inspired by the common ground they found during this encounter, the two are planning a BeyoND the Abortion Debate dialogue dinner — cosponsored by BridgeND, Show Some Skin, We Stand For and the Notre Dame Right to Life club — to bring together pro-life and pro-choice students to discuss abortion and find areas of common ground.“[Cox] and I both feel really really strongly about the importance of dialogue,” Reifenberg said. “I think she’s someone who really understands that, because the pro-life position is the majority position at Notre Dame.”Cox said she felt it was her club’s duty to create a space for discussion between pro-life and pro-choice students who said they felt they did not have a platform from which they could discuss their views.“ … The long term goal for this project is that [Reifenberg] and I want to spread it to other college campuses and see if we can get other campuses to take up this event, whether they have a pro-life or a pro-choice majority,” Cox said. “We want to show people that whoever the majority is, [they] have the responsibility to create a positive space for this dialogue and learn how to work with minority voices on their campus.”Cox said she wanted the discussion to encourage members of the pro-life and pro-choice communities to work together — despite their differences — to serve the marginalized, especially women.“How can we make sure they are our priority and that they don’t suffer due to our inability to work together? Because that would be a very selfish decision for either side to make, that we could not work with the other side, because of our differences and then the people who suffer from that decision are poor and vulnerable women, especially those facing unplanned pregnancies,” she said.Reifenberg said she and Cox chose moderators for the discussions who would create space for compassionate discussion, rather than inflammatory debate.“ … We chose moderators who can model this idea of friendship and who understand that the whole point of this isn’t [to be] the best at arguing and to be like shutting people down … but the people who can best promote discourse around a really difficult topic,” Reifenberg said.Each table will have one pro-life and one pro-choice moderator, Cox said. The moderators will meet before the dinner to find common ground in their views.“They’re supposed to meet ahead of time to get to know each other, start to become friends, learn more about each other and learn where they have common ground so that they can be leaders at their table for discussion,” Cox said. “They’re also going to be charged with the task of making sure the conversation stays productive, doesn’t turn into a debate, and condescending commentary and tones of voice are not allowed.”Promoting future conversations beyond the discussion is “really key to the event being productive,” Cox said.“I think that those kinds of real action can be a result of these conversations start[ed] at the tables at the event on April 4, and I think it would just be a greater cause for change.” Tags: Abortion, dinner, Pro-choice, Pro-life, Right to Life
View Comments This is precisely your cup of tea! Broadway Balances America, the special six-part series airing on The Balancing Act on Lifetime Television, continued its third season on January 17 with a special look at the tour of Lincoln Center Theater’s production of Rodgers + Hammerstein’s The King and I. Correspondent Amber Milt chats with the musical’s director Bartlett Sher and stars Laura Michelle Kelly (Anna Leonowens) and Jose Llana (King of Siam), plus you’ll get a closer look at the show’s Tony-winning costumes. Click play! Laura Michelle Kelly
By now, you’ve heard it a million times. Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon (a.k.a., GAFA) are collectively setting the standard for the modern consumer experience. If your credit union can’t create an equally compelling user experience, so the story goes, members will leave en masse to find somebody who will. That somebody might be another financial institution, or it might be some crazy fintech startup.Sounds a little scary, doesn’t it?Well, I’m here to tell you, if the GAFA folks are really the ones setting the bar for the modern consumer experience, it’s a pretty low bar.I know what you’re thinking. How can he say that? I can find anything I want on Amazon and get it in two days with free shipping, thanks to my Prime account. And Google helps me win every single bar bet. And Facebook lets me see so many cat pictures, I just always have the warm fuzzies.I’m going to leave Apple alone this time because I’ve always been able to reach a live, intelligent human being at Apple when I need to. The others … the other are like the self-service checkout at Walmart.If you have a few basic items, sure, you’ll go hit the self-checkout line to save some time and avoid having to talk to anyone. But if you have a full cart, including a lot of produce that needs to be weighed, you’ll head to a full-service checkout line lickity split.At their best, GFA (the original GAFA, minus Apple) are actually worse than the self-service checkout line at Walmart. At least at Walmart, if your Duck Dynasty underwear won’t scan, you can call someone over to help you. At GFA, you’re on your own, baby.In the case of Facebook and Google, I’m not really saying they have crappy customer service. They probably have great customer service. The problem is, you’re not the customer; you’re the product. Access to you gets bundled up and auctioned off to the highest bidder. Trying to complain to Facebook or Google is like the chicken trying to complain to the farmer that the coop is too crowded. Good luck with that.I know it’s sacrilege, but I think Amazon is a pain in the butt. What other store sells the exact same item at six different prices, depending on which shelf you pull the item from? And what store has one of aisle of goods that you can take home today and another aisle of goods you can take home in two days or maybe longer? And at our store in Crazytown, some items are randomly surcharged, while others aren’t. Imho, Amazon offers anything but a consistent buyer experience.Don’t get me wrong. There’s plenty you can learn from GAFA about creating an exceptional digital experience. The thing is, there’s more to your members’ lives than their smartphone or PC. Unless and until artificial intelligence becomes exponentially more capable, live humans will continue to play an important role in the overall member experience.The GAFAnians are not likely to steal your member service ideas any time soon. They’re too smart for that. However, you can still steal their digital ideas. Combine CU-level member service with GAFA-level digital and you’ll create a total member experience that runs circles around all of your competitors. 5SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,John San Filippo John is the co-founder of OmniChannel Communications, Inc., a company that specializes in B2B marketing to community financial institutions. He started out in the savings and loan industry, but wisely … Web: www.omnichannelcommunications.com Details
It’s easy to be momentarily swayed by these soothing pronouncements when, in actuality, these are warning flags of imminent government overreach.Supporters of the Second Amendment recognize this flawed logic because — let’s be clear — the objective of the anti-gun lobby is to ban private ownership of firearms.Put forth as “common sense” (a phrase frequently employed by the condescending intelligentsia), these arguments would never be a reasoned solution to opioid abuse because it is readily apparent that the rights of many legitimate patients would be sacrificed to benefit the few.In both cases and under the justification of saving lives, it matters not what legitimate users want or need. The benefits of legitimate use must be ignored and the offending implement banned — whether it’s a drug or firearm.Tim ConnollySchenectadyMore from The Daily Gazette:Schenectady, Saratoga casinos say reopening has gone well; revenue down 30%EDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationSchenectady’s Lucas Rodriguez forging his own path in dance, theater, musicFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?Schenectady man dies following Cutler Street dirt bike crash Categories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion The current opioid crisis has drawn significant media attention due to the sheer number of deaths from improper or illegal use.People simply want government to “do something.’ The ensuing political circus stifles rational debate and usually results in damaging overreaction.To wit, one solution is to ban the production, distribution, possession or use of any and all opioids. It’s “common sense” that overdose deaths would drop to nearly zero if opioids were banned.