Notre Dame Football: All-Time Fighting Irish Team

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Athlon Sports

By Aaron Tallent Here is a lineup of the best coaches and players in Notre Dame Fighting Irish program history. Notre Dame enters the season ranked fifth in the preseason AP poll. Over its nearly 140-year history, the Fighting Irish have won 11 national titles and more than 900 games. Related: 10 Greatest Notre Dame Football Teams of All Time As I recently did with Georgia, if one were to take the best players and coaches from all of Notre Dame’s teams (based on their level of success in college and/or the NFL) to put together an all-time lineup, the Irish would have a Super Bowl-caliber team…. Read More “Notre Dame Football: All-Time Fighting Irish Team”

C.J. Stroud Has Encouraging Comment On Ohio State Defense

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Athlon Sports

By Alek Arend Last year, Ohio State’s defense was a major weakness, as was evident in Week 2 of the 2022 season when Oregon stomped on the Buckeyes in The Shoe with a physical rushing attack. To get back on the national stage, the Ohio State defense has to improve this fall. Ryan Day is well aware of the weakness. He went out and hired one of the top defensive coordinators in the country and Jim Knowles. It already sounds like the move is paying off. Stroud told reporters this week that the new Buckeyes defense is “making me a smarter football player.” It’s a clear indication the unit is more … Read More “C.J. Stroud Has Encouraging Comment On Ohio State Defense”

Billionaire Mark Cuban Denounces the Excesses of the Metaverse

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The Street

By Luc Olinga The successful entrepreneur is an evangelist of the crypto industry but he is also one of its fiercest critics and has just proved it once again. Mark Cuban is a crypto industry evangelist. He has invested in many projects and is a fervent supporter of Ethereum, whose platform allows the development of apps dedicated to decentralized finance (Dapps), the creation of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and other uses. Ether, the native token of Ethereum, is the second cryptocurrency by market value after bitcoin. Its value should go up further in the coming months due to a big change expec… Read More “Billionaire Mark Cuban Denounces the Excesses of the Metaverse”

What Is the Unemployment Rate? Definition, Measurement & Economic Importance

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The Street

By TheStreet Staff What Is the Unemployment Rate? The unemployment rate, in simple terms, is the percentage of the workforce that is unemployed. It’s important to note here that the term “workforce” does not simply refer to everyone of legal working age in the U.S.—It includes only those who actively want to work. Individuals who aren’t working or seeking jobs (whether they are in school, living off savings or inheritance, or are unable to work) are not included. Generally, the unemployment rate is considered a lagging indicator, meaning it changes in response to changes in other economic cond… Read More “What Is the Unemployment Rate? Definition, Measurement & Economic Importance”

Technology Advancements You Can Find at Malls

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Cerebral Overload

Going to a mall is no longer just about shopping. Malls now offer a variety of technological advancements that can make your experience more enjoyable, efficient, and even safer. Not only can you find all the latest fashions and trends there, but there are lots of technology advancements you can find at malls. Digital WayfindingWith digital wayfinding, you can easily navigate your way around a mall using an interactive map on a kiosk or your smartphone. This map is handy if you’re looking for a specific store or trying to find the quickest route to the exit. You can also use digital wayfinding… Read More “Technology Advancements You Can Find at Malls”

Analysis: Pesticides are creating a biodiversity crisis in Europe

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Mongabay

By Juliet Ferguson – Investigate Europe Travelling by train from central London, it doesn’t take long before the city gives way to a patchwork of mostly agricultural fields. But one of these fields is special. The Broadbalk field – part of the Rothamsted Estate – is the site of some of the oldest agricultural research experiments in the World. It was here that in 1843 the first wheat seeds were planted by estate owner John Bennet Lawes and his scientific collaborator, chemist Joseph Henry Gilbert. With that wheat, they were also planting the seeds of modern scientific agriculture. The various … Read More “Analysis: Pesticides are creating a biodiversity crisis in Europe”

Google is aiding and abetting Israel’s surveillance state

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Al-Araby

Israel is known for maintaining one the most intrusive regimes of surveillance and control in the World. Its victims are a restive Palestinian population under military occupation. This system has become the sine qua non of the surveillance state. As such, the country’s technology sector is largely geared to producing products that advance its goals and needs. This enables its military intelligence apparatus to monitor public movement, social media content, communications, CCTV, and more. It is a comprehensive system of digital control. In fact, it is so effective that other countries facing e… Read More “Google is aiding and abetting Israel’s surveillance state”

UK farmers’ fields dry out amid heatwave and drought

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In 48 years of farming, Sam Jones has not seen anything like it. The award-winning farmer who runs a 205-hectare family farm near Redditch, Worcestershire in the West Midlands has already started feeding winter forage to his 1,200 sheep. “This is now starting to hit us pretty badly. Luckily we have a bit of fodder in stock. We are going to need some rain in the next two weeks or this is going to impact on our lambing percentage next year,” said Jones. The reason for the early feed is because the grass has dried up. “The lush green grass which was plentiful is now parched. This is an early supp… Read More “UK farmers’ fields dry out amid heatwave and drought”

The metaverse is opening up the ’s holiest sites to virtual pilgrims

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Faith-based virtual reality spaces are allowing users to pilgrimage to and explore some of the holiest cities, experience rituals, pray and worship in the metaverse. BSocial is one of the pioneers of virtual holy-city experiences. In 2015, the chief executive of the digital agency, Ehab Fares, created some of Islam’s most sacred sites including Mecca in a metaverse they named Experience Makkah. “There’s a young generation which is glued to the mobiles, and I wanted to reach that generation and introduce Islam using technology,” said Fares. The latest version can be explored through Google Card… Read More “The metaverse is opening up the ’s holiest sites to virtual pilgrims”

Nina Metz: It’s alarming when TV shows and movies vanish off streaming services, but there’s a long history of this

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Chicago Tribune

Last week, HBO Max quietly pulled a number of TV and film titles off its streaming service. They have been removed indefinitely, as far as anyone knows. While none were major hits, they’re not obscure either. They’re of recent vintage and feature big-name stars. Some of the shows affected: “Mrs. Fletcher” starring Kathryn Hahn, “Camping” starring Jennifer Garner and David Tennant, and the Mick Jagger and Martin Scorsese-produced music industry drama “Vinyl.” On the movie side, the list includes “An American Pickle” starring Seth Rogen, “The Witches” starring Anne Hathaway, “Superintelligence” … Read More “Nina Metz: It’s alarming when TV shows and movies vanish off streaming services, but there’s a long history of this”