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Tuesday, January 10, 2017
The Full List of Golden Globes Awards 2017 Winners

The Full List of Golden Globes Awards 2017 Winners

Golden Globes Awards 2017

The full list of Golden Globes  Awards 2017 winners

  • Best motion picture (drama) - Moonlight
  • Best motion picture - (musical or comedy) - La La Land
  • Best performance by an actor in a motion picture - Casey Affleck - Manchester By The Sea
  • Best performance by an actress in a motion picture - Isabelle Huppert - Elle
  • Best performance by an actor in a motion picture - (musical or comedy) - Ryan Gosling - La La Land
  • Best performance by an actress in a motion picture - (musical or comedy) - Emma Stone - La La Land
  • Best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a motion picture - Aaron Taylor-Johnson - Nocturnal Animals
  • Best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a motion picture - Viola Davis - Fences
  • Best director - Damien Chazelle - La La Land
  • Best original screenplay - La La Land
  • Best motion picture - foreign language - Elle - France
  • Best motion picture - animated - Zootopia
  • Best original song - City Of Stars - La La Land
  • Best original score - Justin Hurwitz - La La Land

  • Best television series - drama - The Crown
  • Best television series - musical or comedy - Atlanta
  • Best performance by an actor in a television series - Billy Bob Thornton - Goliath
  • Best performance by an actress in a television series - Claire Foy - The Crown
  • Best performance by an actor in a television series - musical or comedy - Donald Glover - Atlanta
  • Best performance by an actress in a television series - musical or comedy - Tracee Ellis-Ross - Black-ish
  • Best performance by an actor in a limited series or motion picture made for television - Tom Hiddleston - The Night Manager
  • Best performance by an actress in a limited series or motion picture made for television - Sarah Paulson - The People v OJ Simpson: American Crime Story
  • Best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a series, limited series or motion picture made for television - Olivia Colman - The Night Manager
  • Best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a series, limited series or motion picture made for television - Hugh Laurie - The Night Manager

Thursday, August 4, 2016
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Jeremy Menez's Right Ear Torn When Play Football

Jeremy Menez joined Bordeaux from AC Milan two days ago and he made first appearance for Bordeaux in a friendly versus Lorient on Wednesday. In the second half of the game, Didier Ndong, Lorient midfielder step on the Menez’s head untill resulting his right ear torn. Bordeaux informed that Jeremy Menez need surgery to heal his right ear.
Tuesday, July 26, 2016
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Website Hosting for Business

A web hosting service is a type of Internet hosting service that allows individuals and organizations to make their website accessible via the World Wide Web. Web hosts are companies that provide space on a server owned or leased for use by clients, as well as providing Internet connectivity, typically in a data center. Web hosts can also provide data center space and connectivity to the Internet for other servers located in their data center, called colocation, also known as Housing in Latin America or France.

Large or small, every business needs a website. A company without a Web presence leaves many opportunities on the table, as a well-designed website is a factor to attracting clients or customers. And those visitors can translate into big money. You don't want to miss out on the money, so choosing a Web hosting service and setting up your website is essential. Fortunately, with the right service, the process can be relatively simple and reasonably affordable.

The first step is to find a Web host, the company that will store your website's files on its servers and deliver them to your readers' and customers' browsers. Web hosting services offer varying amounts of monthly data transfers, storage, email, and other features. Even how you pay (month-to-month payments vs. annual payments) can be radically different, too, so taking the time to plot out exactly what your company needs for online success is essential.

Web hosting services also offer different types of hosting, including shared, virtual private server (VPS), dedicated hosting, and managed WordPress hosting plans. Shared hosting is good for users who don't want to spend a lot of money on hosting packages and don't mind some of it's traffic and data transfer limitations. VPS hosting is great for small businesses that want more power than shared hosting, but don't want to deal with dedicated hosting's prices. Dedicated hosting, on the other hand, is both powerful and pricey; it's reserved for sites that experience incredibly high levels of traffic per day. Managed WordPress hosting is for those who want to build their sites on the back of the popular WordPress content management system (CMS), but don't want to bother with a lot of the backend stuff (such as updating the apps and CMS, and enabling automatic backups).

If you're not sure of the type of hosting your business needs, you might want to start small, with shared Web hosting. You can always graduate to a more robust, feature-rich package of, say, VPS hosting or even dedicated hosting in the future. Unfortunately, some hosts don't offer all hosting types. Consider how much you expect to grow your website, and how soon, before you commit to anything longer than a one-year plan. It's worth spending the time up front to make sure that the host you select with is able to provide the growth you envision for your site, as switching Web hosting providers midstream is not a trivial undertaking.

Once you decide you price range, you need to consider how long you'll need Web hosting. If it's a short-term project—say, less than a month or two—you can typically receive a refund should you cancel your hosting within 60 days. Some companies offer 30-day money-back guarantees, others offer 90-day money-back guarantees. Once again, it's beneficial to do your homework.

Many Web hosts offer limited features in their starter packages and then expand the offerings (sometimes tremendously) for higher-tier plans. Read the small print to make sure the plan you are selecting offers what you need. If you need a site builder application to design your website, make sure that the low-cost Web host you are picking actually comes with a site builder. Many of them require you to pay for the builder as a separate add-on. Website builders usually don't cost a lot of money, but if you can find a Web host that includes one for free, that's money in your pocket. And, if it's integrated with your hosting service, you're more likely to have a smooth, supported experience.

When it comes to server operating systems, Linux is typically the default option. Still, some services offer a choice of Linux or Windows hosting. If you have specific server-side applications that require Windows, such as SQL Server or a custom application written in .NET, then you need to make sure your Web host has Windows hosting. But don't let the idea of a Linux host intimidate you. Nowadays, most Web hosts offer a graphical interface or a control panel to simplify server administration and website management. Instead of typing at the command line, you'll click easily identifiable icons.

Windows hosting is often more expensive than Linux hosting, especially in the dedicated server area. That's not always the case, but it's something you should be aware of as you shop around.
Sunday, July 24, 2016
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First Trailer of Justice League Film Has Released

DC Entertainment has just released the first trailer for their latest film, namely the Justice League. Actually we have the hope that we might see a few still photos, maybe a short clip, but Zack Snyder and company dropped a full blown trailer on us. This is most likely not what we would see as a trailer before the movie theater, but has tons of awesome footage, character introductions, and humor. That's right, we said humor, something that is sorely missing from the previous DC Universe films.

The footage shows Bruce Wayne recruiting "warriors" to fight the enemy on the horizon. Because we also see what appears to be a Motherbox buried in the woods, it's probably safe to assume the big bad this is the only Darkseid. Which would also bind to Lex Luthor crazy "ping" at the end of Batman Vs. Superman. This recording along with the instructions that have been imposed so far gives us a pretty strong idea of ​​what to expect. Placing your bets on the New Gods is probably the thing that is quite certain. 

The trailer also gives us our first real glimpse of characters such as Aquaman and The Flash in action. Aquaman is threatened and angry, definitely darker version of the character, though Bruce Wayne showed that he spoke to the fish, so there may be no joke to the cost of this Aquaman. Even Aquaman costume, which you can see in the promo pictures, dark as all hell. It almost looks darker than Batman. Probably will not see green and orange tights, shirts scale in the Justice League. 

The best bit of the recording feature Barry Allen, interesting, funny, and awkward. Sure, it's a little sad that we did not get the TV version of the character, but Snyder seems to have caught the spirit of it, which is a good thing. That said, the less we talk about the costume, the better. It's weird and armored looking, almost a little Iron Man in the design. Having crotch piece pretty intense, too. Maybe it will look better when we saw it move, but on the promo image seriously ugly. 

There is not much Cyborg in the trailer, there is no Superman at all, and very little Wonder Woman (although he has his own awesome trailer hit today, so it was an unforgivable offense). All in all, this record has us very, very excited for the Justice League. It looks fantastic and like a lot of fun. Between this and the trailer Wonder Woman, DC Cinematic Universe seem to be heading in the right direction.
 With This Pokemon Spy Application Made in Indonesia , You Will Know The existence of Pokemon In radius of 10 KM !

With This Pokemon Spy Application Made in Indonesia , You Will Know The existence of Pokemon In radius of 10 KM !

Increasingly, mobile game called Pokemon Go more and more popular among mobile gamers around the world, including Indonesia. But along with the popularity of the middle of the obtained Pokemon Go, a lot of media coverage about the impact of hazards that might occur if the player Pokemon Go unwary with the environment when cool Pokemon hunt. 

 Yups, notification of Pokemon Go, which reads in the danger area makes not a few people immediately tried to catch Pokemon that appear regardless of where he was. Well, based on where, Jenni Irawan a student of the College of Engineering Surabaya (STTS) got the idea to create a map of the location of Pokemon. 

Pokemon Go games supporting applications which were introduced with the name of the Pokemon Spy, programmed to be able to find a Pokemon with a range of up to 10km. Thus, players can Pokemon Go directly to the location of their Pokemon without relying on the sudden notification of the game Pokemon Go. With This Pokemon Spy Application Made in Indonesia , You Will Know The existence of Pokemon In radius of 10 KM! 

In a statement, Jenni revealed that Pokemon Spy program that runs in real time. Thus, allowing it to provide more accurate information on the players to know the location of Pokemon, Pokemon types, as well as how long the Pokemon characters will inhabit those locations. And sure enough, after testing the program Pokemon Spy is presenting information that is accurate. Suppose that when he was in college on the map STTS Pokemon Pokemon Spy showed their character Rattata. Pokemon Go When the application is opened, the Rattata actually appears and immediately be captured by the player. 

Then, if the demands of players Pokemon Go Jenni and her supervisor Reddy Alexandro Harianto, plans to develop Pokemon Spy program with a range of up across Surabaya. Interestingly, Pokemon STTS Spy program is only created Jenni within 4 days. So, you would like to try it?

Tuesday, July 19, 2016
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X-Ray Specs

“I have seen my death!” Anna Bertha Röntgen is said to have exclaimed upon seeing the first x-ray photograph ever made – an image of the bones in her hand. It was her husband, German physicist Wilhelm Röntgen, who discovered x-rays in 1895.

The news that someone had found a way of peering through human skin and flesh to look at the skeleton beneath, without so much as touching the subject, was an international sensation. Soon, x-ray photographs revealing bones and even the shadowy impression of internal organs were being published in newspapers around the world.

And it wasn’t long before the fantasy of x-rays entered popular culture. “Around her ribs, those beauteous twenty-four, Her flesh a halo makes, misty in line, Her noseless, eyeless face looks into mine. And I but whisper, ‘Sweetheart, Je t’adore’,” read the lines in one poem published in Life magazine a year after Röntgen’s discovery. X-rays were both sexy and seen as a sort of superpower – an idea eventually made immortal by the 1940s writers of Superman comics. They gave their hero – what else – x-ray vision.

But all the while people hoped that the wonder of x-rays could be theirs to play with. The technology was most commonly imagined as a form of x-ray specs that could see through walls. But has anyone ever made it a reality? Long the subject of science fiction, it might now be close to becoming reality.

In the months and years after Rontgen made his discovery, there was no shortage of brainstorming around what x-rays might allow people to do. To take one example, in 1896 a magazine in Dundee reported on the musings of the local chief constable who was considering how x-rays might be adapted “for detective purposes”. A handheld x-ray device similar to a pair of binoculars could, the magazine suggested, be used to spy into rooms where “shebeeners” – those who sold alcohol without a licence – were plying their trade.

There were also some more fanciful public demonstrations of x-rays. One exhibition promised visitors the ability to “see through a sheet of metal” or “count the coins within your purse”.“There’s a lot of x-ray fiction around at that time,” says Keith Williams, a senior lecturer in English at the University of Dundee. “And one article about electric waves actually ends with the scientific journalist speculating about the possibility of being able to see through walls into the most intimate spaces and people’s most private actions.”

For Houghton, the technology has a range of potential uses.“We can image how people move about a space, where they sit, how they walk around and also detect falls – which is a big thing for older people,” adds Katabi.

In reality, though, early experiments with x-rays were confined to medical and scientific applications. Practitioners delighted in producing photographs of complete animal skeletons or tweaking the technique to create sharper x-ray images.

Rontgen himself had been experimenting with a Crookes tube – a scientific instrument which accelerates electrons into a beam known as a cathode ray. A tiny portion of the energy from this process is released as photons. In the electromagnetic spectrum, it’s the wavelength of photonic waves that defines whether they are, for example, radio waves, visible light waves or – as in this case – x-rays. A fluorescent screen revealed that Rontgen’s rays were passing through some materials, like muscle, but not others – such as bone.

Although the harmful effects of frequent exposure to x-rays were soon discovered, the exciting promise of x-ray vision never really went away. X-ray specs, a novelty item often sold via boys’ comic books and magazines, were first patented in 1906. The glasses don’t use x-rays at all, of course. Instead they create a sort of double vision illusion in which the overlapping of objects suggests – not very convincingly – that they have been penetrated to reveal an internal structure.

But in 1998 the promise of x-ray specs took an unexpected technological twist. Sony had been marketing a new range of camcorders with night-vision capabilities – a function the company branded “NightShot”. A few enthusiasts claimed that under special circumstances it was possible to see through people’s clothes to an extent. It was erroneously rumoured at the time that Sony had to recall some of the models in an effort to tackle bad press;in reality the firm just made some modifications to the cameras’ design.

You can see through bushes and stuff but there’s not a whole lot more beyond that – Vince Houghton, International Spy Museum

But night-vision equipment continued to be the subject of hobbyists’ experiments. One YouTuber has uploaded what appears to be a demonstration of how a Sony camera released in 2002 can be quickly modified with some tape and an infrared filter to achieve the desired “x-ray effect”. The video shows how the cover of a book – and even his wife’s bra (which she declined to demonstrate herself) – can be seen through his black t-shirt. “There ya go,” he says, “x-ray vision”.

Night vision works by detecting infrared light, which humans can’t normally see, and converting this energy into visible light waves.

It might just be that the clothing used in this example reveals more when viewed in infrared, suggests Alistair Brown, product manager at British night vision and thermal imaging firm Thermoteknix. This, he adds, could make it look, “very different from broadband visible wavelengths used by our eyes”.

Vince Houghton, an ex-US army soldier and historian at the International Spy Museum in Washington DC, frequently used night vision and thermal imaging technologies in the army. But he says the “x-ray” capabilities are strictly limited.

“You can see through bushes and stuff but there’s not a whole lot more beyond that,” he comments. “If you have a solid structure it’s very difficult to see through with infrared.”

But that doesn’t mean there isn’t a need for this technology. Houghton gives the example of a hostage situation.

“If you can see inside when you decide to finally breach, you know where the bad guys are,” he says.

Has anyone come up with a device that can do this? The answer, surprisingly, is yes. While x-rays remain impractical for anyone but specialists to play with, military contractors have long been experimenting with them. So much so that the idea once posited by Dundee’s 19 th Century chief constable has finally come to fruition.

A much cheaper and safer technology offering x-ray specs-like capabilities is one you already have in your home – wi-fi

“The early experiments with this were these huge bulky machines that were not tactically useful if you’re thinking about a military or police operation,” explains Houghton. But now police and military personnel have the option to buy a MINI Z x-ray gun – a handheld, “easy to use” x-ray device that can peer into vehicles, rooms, bags and packages.

“As an operator scans a target, an image appears in real-time on the system’s dedicated tablet,” boasts manufacturer American Science and Engineering on their website. There is also a web page where anyone can try a virtual demo of the system.

Still, the MINI Z isn’t available to the average consumer and it costs $50,000. What’s more, there have been some concerns that increasing use of x-ray devices by law enforcement might carry health risks to the general public. Similar concerns have been levelled at millimetre-wave scanners – which use microwaves – now installed at many airports. These have faced the added criticism that they are an invasion of privacy, given that operators of some devices are able to see through people’s clothes. To combat such fears, US regulation now prohibits the rendering of detailed images.

However, a much cheaper and safer technology offering x-ray specs-like capabilities is one you already have in your home – wi-fi.

Last year, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology published a video that shows how a custom-built wi-fi transmitter can be used to create a rough image of someone – through a solid wall.

“When you send a wireless signal, it reflects off everything and those reflections come back to you,” explains Dina Katabi. Computer software is able to analyse signal reflections and produce an image of the object from which they have emanated.

“I know for a fact that some of this technology is already being used for building inspection,” he says. “You have the ability to check out wiring and structure.”

It’s possible, of course, that military and intelligence agency personnel are already using advanced versions of this technology for surveillance purposes.

“Anything that you’re seeing in the public news is 10 years behind what the intelligence agencies are probably using,” says Houghton.

He adds that this effectively means we’ve probably come full circle on the century-long dream of x-ray specs. If smart glasses do one day become popular, it’s not hard to imagine future, miniaturised versions of these technologies getting built in to wearable devices.

What was once a foolish notion in the pages of a comic book may soon become a reality. Even Superman would be amazed.

Saturday, July 16, 2016
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Turkish President Erdogan appears in Istanbul to denounce army coup attempt

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has flown in to Istanbul, after an army group said it took over the country.
Speaking in Istanbul in the early hours on Saturday, President Erdogan promised to clean up the army.
"Those who drive around in tanks will have to go back to where they came from," he said.
He also dismissed the coup leaders as "terrorists".
Mr Erdogan earlier told CNN Turk by mobile phone the action was by a "parallel structure" that would bring the necessary response. He has used this term in the past to refer to Fethullah Gulen, a US-based Muslim cleric he accuses of fomenting unrest.
He was seen surrounded by supporters, and said the coup attempt was an "act of treason" in a live TV speech.
The army group earlier declared that a "peace council" now ran the country and there was a curfew and martial law.
But Prime Minister Binali Yildirim later said the situation was largely under control and a no-fly zone was in force over the capital Ankara.
Mr Yildirim said 130 people had so far been arrested, and he ordered the military to shoot down aircraft being used by coup plotters.
Earlier, one of the helicopters being flown by forces involved in the coup attempt was shot down over Ankara.
However, the whereabouts of the military chief of staff remains unknown.
Istanbul's main Ataturk airport is now under army control, and flights - which had been interrupted for some hours - are due to resume from 06:00 (03:00 GMT).
Soldiers were earlier seen at strategic points in Istanbul, with jets flying low in Ankara.
Two large explosion were also heard near Istanbul's central Taksim Square.
There were also reports of blasts at parliament building in Ankara. MPs were believed to be hiding in shelters.
There are unconfirmed reports that some people have died in clashes.
Broadcaster CNN Turk was reportedly taken over by soldiers, and its live broadcast was cut.
In Washington, US President Barack Obama urged all parties in Turkey to support the "democratically elected government".
Nato called for "full respect" for Turkey's democratic institutions.
'Parallel structure'

Erdogan supporters protest in front of soldiers on Istanbul's Taksim Square. Photo: 16 July 2016
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Erdogan supporters gathered on Istanbul's Taksim Square for a protest rally
A man stands in front of a Turkish army tank at Istanbul's Ataturk airport. Photo: 16 July 2016
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One protester tried to block tanks at Istanbul's Ataturk airport
Mr Erdogan spoke to CNN Turk via Facetime
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Mr Erdogan spoke to CNN Turk via Facetime
Soldiers were deployed in Istanbul's Taksim Square
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Soldiers were deployed in Istanbul's Taksim Square
Police were standing guard outside the Turkish military HQ in Ankara
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Police were standing guard outside the Turkish military HQ in Ankara

Turkey's military coups
  • 1993 - Claims of a "covert coup" intended to prevent a peace settlement with the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK)
  • 1980 - Military coup following armed conflict between right-wing and left-wing groups in the 1970s
  • 1971 - Military coup known as the "coup by memorandum", which the military delivered instead of sending out tanks
  • 1960 - Coup by group of young military officer outside chain of command, against the democratically-elected Democrat Party

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