Girls Basketball: Columbus extends winning streak

first_imgBy Paul LeckerSports ReporterMarshfield Columbus Catholic won its fourth straight game, dominating Granton 53-12 in a Cloverbelt Conference East Division game Nov. 30 at Granton High School.The Dons (4-1, 2-0 Cloverbelt Conference East Division) ran out to an astounding 41-0 lead by halftime on their way to the 41-point victory.Marissa Immerfall had 17 points and Addison Baierl added 10 for Columbus.Auburndale remains undefeatedAuburndale improved to 4-0 this season, with a narrow 44-42 victory over Athens in a nonconference game Nov. 30 at Athens High School.Isabelle Hilber had 14 points, six steals and five assists, and Maggie Willfahrt added 11 points for the Apaches. Hannah Bolder added 11 rebounds and six points in the win.Auburndale led by six at halftime and was able to hold on despite making just 7 of 16 free throws and turning the ball over 19 times.The Apaches topped Adams-Friendship 48-32 on Nov. 28, at home, as they cruised out to a 20-point lead by halftime and held on from there.Hilber had 13 points, and Marissa Ponshock added 10 points and nine rebounds for Auburndale.Stratford loses third in a rowColby outscored Stratford by double digits in both halves and rolled to a 62-39 victory over the Tigers in a nonconference game Dec. 1 at Stratford High School.Colby (2-2) led 30-19 at halftime and outscored Stratford (1-3) 32-20 in the second half, sending the Tigers to their third straight loss.Taya Nett had 10 points and Kaylee Hollatz added nine for Stratford.last_img read more

Gmail Labs Adds More Features: Makes Working With Labels Easier

first_imgTags:#Google#news#web Google announced a few additions to Gmail Labs today that make using labels a bit easier and expand the functionality of some of the already established features. Google announced Gmail Labs in June and, at that time, introduced 13 experimental features. This new batch of updates consists of 3 new features: custom label colors, label specific keyboard shortcuts, and the ability to change the order of items in the navbar.Custom Label Colors By default, Gmail lets you choose between 24 different colors for your labels. If your favorite color is not part of this default set, you can now pick and choose from a lot more colors for your labels and, in addition, you can also choose the color of the text in the labels.Go To Label Keyboard ShortcutIf you activate the ‘go to label keyboard shortcut’ feature, you can now hit ‘g’ ‘l’ on your keyboard and a little pop-up will show up that lets you type in the label/folder you want to navigate to. This comes with a build-in autocomplete feature, so unless you have an insanely complicated label structure in Gmail, you will only have to type in a few letters to get to your destination. For users who prefer to use keyboard shortcuts, this marks the first time they can just switch between labels without have to resort to using the mouse.Navbar Drag and DropOne minor annoyance of Gmail was that every item in the navbar on the left was always fixed in place. Even if you never used the built-in chat, it was always stuck in the same place. Now, you can rearrange these items on the navbar and move the labels up to the top and the chat feature to the bottom.Nice, But Nothing RevolutionaryIt’s nice to see that Google hasn’t forgotten about the Gmail Labs and keeps adding more features. None of these new experiments are earth-shattering, but for a successful product like Gmail, it’s the little evolutionary additions that matter more than radical design overhauls. For now, our favorite Gmail Labs feature is still Superstars, though we have already made good use of the new drag and drop feature to rearrange our menus. A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market frederic lardinoiscenter_img Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hostinglast_img read more

Google Advisor Wants to Help You Find a Better Bank

first_imgRelated Posts A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… audrey watters Google has been offering users a mortgage comparison tool for a couple of years and has slowly added new financial products to that comparison tool as well, including credit cards, CDs, and banking account information. But these tools have never been showcased by Google, until now with the launch of a new site called Google Advisor. The site rolls all these different search and comparison tools into one place so you can examine providers side-by-side. Looking for a checking account with no monthly fees? Looking for a credit card that offers frequent flyer miles? Looking for a low-interest mortgage? These are the sorts of questions the new site can help users answer.According to Google, this special tool will help users find the information they want more quickly as it allows them to control the sorts of offers they’re looking for, with search results that are updated in real time. Google will of course make some money when users are referred to certain providers, but it insists that banks and lenders are not paying to have their search results rank highly. Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#Finance#Google#web Next to medical data, financial information is probably some of the data people are most sensitive about. Google insists it will protect the privacy of those using the site. Google Account information won’t be shared, and phone numbers will only be shared with lenders if users allow it. Currently Google Advisor is only available in the U.S., and while the offering isn’t as robust as other financial services available (such as Mint.com), the site is an indication Google may roll out more features in this area. 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more