Fulham boss Kit Symons named a strong, attacking side for the FA Cup third-round clash with Wolves, who are without suspended midfielder Kevin McDonald.Whites midfielder Lasse Vigen Christensen has made a quicker than expected recovery from a hamstring problem and is named in the starting line-up. Fulham: Bettinelli; Grimmer, Hutchinson, Bodurov, Stafylidis; Parker; Christensen, Fofana; McCormack; Rodallega, Woodrow.Subs: Kiraly, Burn, Kavanagh, Roberts, Ruiz, Williams, Dembélé. Wolves: Ikeme; Iorfa, Batth, Stearman, Doherty; Evans, Price, Henry, Edwards, Sako; Clarke.Subs: Kuszczak, Saville, Ricketts, McAlinden, Ebanks-Landell, Jacobs, Dicko.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Guard D’Angelo Russell and forward Draymond Green will rest for the Warriors in Monday night’s preseason game against Lakers at Staples Center.Russell and Green are expected to be back in the lineup, while Curry will sit Wednesday’s matchup. Curry is expected to be the lone star player participating in Monday’s exhibition.“I mean, it’s just more of the same, just continuing to build habits. We have a couple things we want to focus on, just common Warrior themes like taking care of the ball …
On Wednesday, 22 April, Brand South Africa will host a live Twitter chat on renewable energy with the technical director of energy at Aurecon, Dr Clinton Carter-Brown. The Department of Energy says 3 725 megawatts need to be generated from renewable energies to ensure the continued uninterrupted supply of electricity. (Image: Shamin Chibba) Technical director of energy at Aurecon, Dr Clinton Carter-BrownJoin Brand South Africa on Wednesday 22 April for a live Twitter chat with Dr Clinton Carter-Brown, the technical director of the energy unit at engineering and technical services company, Aurecon.Carter-Brown will discuss South Africa’s renewable energy programme, which aims to have an installed capacity of 3 725 megawatts (MW) by 2030.According to the Department of Energy, South Africa has a high level of renewable energy potential and is currently targeting 10 000 gigawatts (GW). Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson has said that 3 725 megawatts (MW) need to be generated from these sources to ensure the continued uninterrupted supply of electricity.Tweet your questions for Carter-Brown on @Brand_SA.• Date: Wednesday, 22 April 2015• Time: 1pm-2pm South African time• Hashtag: #CompetitiveSAAbout Dr Clinton Carter-BrownCarter-Brown graduated from the University of Natal, cum laude, in 1995 with a BSc in Electrical Engineering.In 1996 he joined Eskom Distribution Network Planning and undertook research leading to a part time master’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Cape Town. Carter-Brown completed his part time PhD in electrical engineering from UCT in 2006, which looked at the probabilistic design of electrification networks.His ground breaking research into voltage regulation design and management led to him receiving the 2003 Eskom Chairman’s Award for Technical Excellence and Innovation, and the 2003 South African Institute of Electrical Engineers (SAIEE) Young Achieves Award. He has also been awarded the “2012 Specialist of the Year” title in the Eskom Technology Group.He chaired the 2010 Electrical Supply Industry forum, which coordinated the electrical supply readiness and operational response for the 2010 Soccer World Cup.He is currently technical director in the energy unit at Aurecon. He has been seconded as head of technical within the South African Independent Power Producer (IPP) office, where he is supporting the procurement of electricity generation from the private sector.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Rain moves in today and this kicks off a fairly wet pattern here over the next week or so. We are going just a little wetter in our forecast this morning, mostly due to the fact that scattered showers linger longer next week. But, before we get there, let’s take a look at the short-term forecast. Today and tomorrow we see scattered showers moving across the state, stretching west to east and slowly working south. Rain totals combined are not that impressive, but will be from will be from .05”-.25” with two-day coverage at 70%. This will come as an off shoot of a cold front that has been making its way across the upper Midwest and western corn belt over the past 2 days.The remains of tropical system Gordon will move in for the weekend. On Saturday, we have rains mostly south of I-70, and coverage in that area will be only about 40%. the remains of Gordon really do not arrive here until late Saturday night and then we see our heaviest rains for Sunday and Monday. Right now we will put rain totals at 1-4″, and we still have concern about higher totals. We feel the best area for the heaviest rain totals will be in central Ohio, and northeast Ohio. The map at right shows combined rain potential from this morning through next Tuesday morning.Tuesday should be mostly dry, with only a small chance of pop up showers down near the river. However, moisture returns for the rest of the week. Scattered showers are in for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, with 40-50% coverage on each individual day, and combined 3 day coverage at 70%. Rain totals for the second half of next week will be from .1″-.7″.We are dry for next Saturday through the following Monday, as we finish the 10-day window and move into the 11-16 day extended period. We are keeping our next chance of rain for the 18th and 19th (Tuesday and Wednesday), although the system looks significantly weaker this morning. We will leave half inch rain totals in the forecast for now but will lop off the upper end of the range and see how this system unfolds in the coming days. Coverage is being pulled back to 70%. Dry weather returns for the 20th and 21st, with rain likely again for the 22nd.We see temps pulling back today as the rain spreads across the state, and the weekend should see temps a bit below normal. Then for next week, we warm back up and should see temps normal to above normal. The forecast this morning is very similar to yesterday, but the addition of scattered moisture through the second half of next week gives us a wetter feel, even though we are taking some rain out of the early part of next week.
Over the weekend, budding Twitter competitor App.net reached its funding goal of $500,000. Already the service has an alpha website and an API, allowing backers and hackers alike to play with it. As to be expected, the early users are geeky – and mostly male. It’s fun watching a nascent service find its legs. In particular how third party developers are experimenting with the API, which has been available for less than a week. Here’s a look at what App.net is currently, along with some early third party apps.App.net is a short messaging service like Twitter. The key differences are: a) it has a 256 character limit instead of 140, b) there won’t be any ads on it, and c) users can control their own data (for example export it).App.net exists because its founders believe that Twitter has become too focused on advertisers, instead of the users and developers which are at the heart of any social service.Here’s what App.net looks like in its present, very early, incarnation: Tags:#social networks#web Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification We’re all excited to see what App.net will turn into. Some of us from ReadWriteWeb are playing in the sandbox: yours truly Richard MacManus @ricmac; Jon Mitchell @ablaze (user #18, he proudly notes); Dan Frommer @fromedome.Or perhaps, rather than us nerds, you’d prefer to follow Stephen Fry, a celebrity Twitter user who – just like the rest of us – is curious to see if App.net will take off. A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit Related Posts richard macmanus Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… The directory of third party devs and apps, on GitHub, is beginning to fill out with web services, mobile apps and browser extensions. Here are just a few of the early third party apps, which give a taste of things to come: The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos
The police have arrested a Group D staffer of the Tripura Raj Bhavan on the charge of raping a minor girl. An officer of the West Agartala women police station said they had arrested Dilip Kumar Das, 50, on the basis of a complaint lodged by a woman, who alleged that Das had raped her 8-year-old daughter.