WILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington Community Television was on hand to capture WHS Girls Hockey Senior Day on Saturday at Ristuccia.Watch the brief pre-game ceremony honoring seniors Jocelyn Palmer, Lia Kourkoutas, and Molly Foley below:——Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedVIDEO: WHS Girls Lacrosse Team Celebrates Its SeniorsIn “Videos”VIDEO: WHS Girls Tennis Team Celebrates Its SeniorsIn “Videos”VIDEO: Students Create Short Documentary About Wilmington High SchoolIn “Videos”
A Jessore court on Wednesday convicted nine people and sentenced them to life term imprisonment for killing an UP member in Jessore in 2005, reports UNB.Among the convicts, three accused were present in the dock during the hearing while six others—Enamul Haque, Kabir, Anis, Biplob Mia, Kamarul Mandal, Ajam Fakir—remained absconding. According to the case statement, Insanul Haque, a member of Deyara union parishad in Sadar upazila, was killed by the convicts during a robbery on 8 July in 2005. Ijarul Haque Jewel, son of the victim, filed a murder and robbery case accusing unnamed people. After examining the records and witnesses, Md Iman Ali Sheikh of the Additional District and Sessions Judge Court-1, handed down the verdict.
Roses, cards and gifts are too clichéd gifts for Valentine’s Day, so people should now discuss boundaries regarding social media with their significant other, says a researcherThe study conducted at Kansas State University noted that without a discussion, each person in the relationship might have a different view of what is and is not acceptable.”Social media can enhance romantic relationships when it’s used to stay in touch throughout the day or honour your partner’s achievements, but there are pitfalls to avoid that could damage the relationship,” said Joyce Baptist, Associate Professor at Kansas State University. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThe study involved nearly 7,000 couples who use social media, and Baptist found that the more accepting couples are of “boundary crossing,” or communicating with someone they perceive as physically attractive, the more harmful it is to their relationship.”A crossing is when a partner brushes a proverbial guard rail, possibly by having platonic but frequent contact with another individual he or she finds attractive. Boundary violation, on the other hand, may be emotional or physical infidelity,” Baptist said, suggesting that couples should discuss when a crossed boundary becomes a violation. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveHe said that it was an important conversation for couples to have as a preventative measure.”Although they may say, ‘I trust you and it’s OK,’ they are not happy about it. They eventually perceive that their significant other is spending too much time connecting with others on social media rather than paying attention to their own partner,” Baptist added. Not paying enough attention to your partner and frequently crossing the boundaries can decrease relationship satisfaction and levels of care that people receive from their significant other. Since every relationship has ups and downs and that may tempt a person to confide in a former significant other during lower points of a relationship.”Keeping lines of communication open with former significant others can become a slippery slope. When you come across an old flame or another attractive person on social media, the question to ask is: Will communicating with this other person enhance my relationship or harm it?” Baptist said.It is always tempting to recount the moments you have shared with your previous significant other but reigniting an old flame can destroy your current relationship.”My best advice is that if you are serious about your relationship, cut off those (old) ties,” Baptist suggested in press statement that appeared on website of Kansas State University.
This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. 1 min read Enroll Now for Free May 15, 2014 Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now This story originally appeared on CNBC Flappy Bird is making a comeback.The popular mobile app, which was pulled from app stores in February, will return in August, Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen told CNBC on Wednesday. The game will include multi-player capabilities and be less addictive, Nguyen said.At its peak, Nguyen said he was pulling in $50,000 a day from the mobile-gaming sensation that had more than 50 million downloads, but that ended when he decided to remove the app after noticing people were too addicted to playing it. While he still is making a profit from in-app ads, he said it’s “not much,” adding that he feels a lot of pressure from all the fame, fortune and success he has had.Nguyen told CNBC’s Kelly Evans that he would rather people spend their time doing more productive things rather than attempt to guide a cartoon bird through pipes to rack up a high score. Still, Nguyen said he doesn’t regret creating the game.The app developer said he has more apps in the works, including a game that has “a guy jumping from building to building.”
Throughout their lifetime, the average millennial will take 25,676 selfies, according to research compiled by eyewear company FramesDirect. Not only that, but millennials usually spend a whopping 54 hours per year taking selfies. Typically, a millennial will take nine selfies every week to either post on social media, snap a vacation shot, send to a significant other or celebrate a birthday.Related: Why AR & VR Are the Need of the HourIt’s clear that selfies have been taken to the next level, and with the help of augmented reality, it’s only getting bigger. In 2015, Snap introduced the first augmented reality filter with “rainbow barfing.” The year after, it amped up its AR levels with the highly popular dog filter. In 2017, the company launched Lens Studio, a desktop application that allows any user to create and submit an AR filter.Of course, Snap’s not the only social media platform tapping into the innovative tech — Instagram’s filters and Selfie Facebook Spaces include AR. Selfies go beyond social media, with their ability to unlock phones or pay for purchases.Related: How Augmented Reality Will Shape the Future of EcommerceTo learn more about how augmented reality is changing selfies forever, check out FramesDirect.com’s infographic below. Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals 2 min read August 19, 2018 Register Now » Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right.
Posted by Tuesday, April 4, 2017 Transat launches latest agent contest on April 4, but only until midnight Share Travelweek Group Tags: Transat MONTREAL — As part of its ongoing 30th anniversary celebrations, Transat is once again launching a one-day travel agent contest across Canada.Every booking of a Transat product made today by midnight automatically earns agents a chance to win one of three trips for two people: one in Quebec, one in the Ontario-Atlantic region, and one in Western Canada. Winners will be drawn at random.Each trip includes Air Transat flight in Economy and a one-week, all-inclusive stay in one of the following hotels: Grand Palladium Bavaro Suites Resort & Spa (Punta Cana, Dominican Republic); Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton Resort & Spa (Lucea, Jamaica); and Grand Palladium Vallarta Resort & Spa (Riviera Nayarit, Mexico).There is no need to register or fill out an entry ballot; contest entry is automatic as soon as a flight, package, tour or cruise package is booked during the day.In addition, the names of two other travel agents per region who books a Transat product today will be drawn at random for $30 in Bonbon rewards. Winners’ names will be announced in the coming days.More news: Windstar celebrates record-breaking bookings in JulyApril 4 holds extra significance for the tour operator. On this day six years ago, Air Transat won the Family Friendly Airline Award for the first time, a prize awarded to an air carrier for the quality of its services offered to children and their parents. Air Transat’s Kids Club recently celebrated its 10th anniversary, plus its Famili collection, launched a few years ago, helps families find the best package for their needs and interests.Transat will draw a total of 30 trips this year among eligible travel agents in Canada. On one day each month, on a milestone date in Transat’s history, every booking agents make will earn them one chance to win. << Previous PostNext Post >>