A stroll on the Coney Island Boardwalk during the coronavirus pandemic

Eye on Real Estate: The People’s Playground is a place of comfort and solace during the novel coronavirus pandemic. Coney Island, with its famed Boardwalk running beside the Atlantic Ocean, provides a fresh-air escape venue with ample room for the social distancing that’s urgently needed while New York suffers through the onslaught of the deadly disease. It’s sobering to know Coney Island’s famous Wonder Wheel and the Cyclone roller coaster will not be opening this spring, as I reported. Coney Island’s amusement parks, which were scheduled to open on April 4, will remain closed until further notice to help stop COVID-19’s spread. Nevertheless, there’s serenity — and superb scenery — to be found by the sea. If you’re in good health, taking a walk for exercise is an activity that’s permissible under Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s restrictions enacted on Friday. Keep your distance from other people, so we can #FlattenTheCurve. Even if you don’t live in Coney Island or Brighton Beach, the two neighborhoods where the Boardwalk is situated, you might discover you can walk to it in a reasonable amount of time. On Wednesday, I strolled to Coney Island from Bay Ridge in an hour and 20 minutes. And ...

Rossetti Art Exhibit to open at LCCC’s Schulmann Gallery

Ninth-grade student Emily James submitted this portrait of a dog, which will be on display at the 39th annual Rossetti Art Exhibit at Luzerne County Community College. Twelfth grade student Nicole Amoachi’s painting of an ornate building is one of many pieces of artwork that will be on display at the Schulmann Gallery. Tenth grade student Adrian Flores painted this picture of a rocky coast for the Rossetti Juried Art Exhibit. The 39th annual Suzanne Maria Rossetti Memorial Juried Art Exhibit will open from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday March 1 at the Schulmann Gallery on the campus of Luzerne County Community College in Nanticoke. The public is invited to the art exhibit as well as the awards ceremony which follows at 4 p.m. in the James T. Atherton Gymnasium. Tours will also be given of the LCCC Art Department at 2:0 p.m. and 2:45 p.m. by department chairperson, Thomas McHugh, and members of the faculty. Joe and Sue Hand of Dallas have sponsored the Suzanne Maria Rossetti Memorial Juried Art Contest for the past 38 years in memory of the daughter of the late Peter and Louise Rossetti of Saugus, Mass. Artworks in pencil, pastel, watercolor, acrylic, oil, ink, scratchboard, mixed media, fi...

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Chrome 81 Release Features New AR and NFC Features, and Redesigned HTML Form Controls

Alex Blewitt presents the microarchitecture of modern CPUs, showing how misaligned data can cause cache line false sharing, how branch prediction works and when it fails, and how to read CPU specific performance monitoring counters and use that in conjunction with tools like perf and toplev to discover where bottlenecks in CPU heavy code live. In this podcast, Daniel Bryant sat down with Joe Duffy, founder and CEO at Pulumi, and discussed several infrastructure-themed topics: the evolution of infrastructure as code (IaC), the way in which the open source Pulumi framework allows engineers to write IaC using general purpose programming languages such as JavaScript and Go, and the future of multi-cloud environments. Brian Korzynski discusses what Data Science and Big Data are, focusing on the data preparation that needs to take place, and making a distinction between ML issues and programming. Adam Yuret takes a look at Agile through some anti-patterns that manifest themselves when people attempt to be agile, discussing how to mitigate or avoid those pitfalls. Rod Cope discusses a continuous testing approach that fits into the DevOps pipeline, providing a formula for mobile app tes...

Wada Farms uses a bag made partially from potato starch for its Idaho Potatoes that reduces

Wada Farms uses a bag made partially from potato starch for its Idaho Potatoes that reduces greenhouse gas emissions, the use of petroleum-based plastics, and excess film gauge. Wada Farms, with the tagline, “The Grower That Changed the Game,” is a family-run farm that supplies potatoes, onions, and sweet potatoes to retail, foodservice, and wholesaler partners throughout the U.S. under its own name as well as for private label. One of the largest suppliers of potatoes in the country, Wada was founded in 1943 by Japanese immigrant Frank Wada on a few hundred acres and now occupies 30,000 acres in Idaho Falls, ID. From the beginning, both Frank and his wife, Agnes, were committed to growing the best and most nutritious foods. That passion inspired the company’s current sustainability philosophy, which motivates every part of its farming and packaging operations. Among its initiatives, Wada employs sustainable farming through the wise use of land resources, water conservation and management, careful herbicide and pesticide applications, and soil-enriching crop rotation practices. According to company President Kevin Stanger, Wada is always looking for opportunities to promote and ...

Court ruling: Edmonds can’t enforce safe gun storage

When not at home, Brett Bass keeps his rifle locked in a 600-lb. safe at his home, but he sued the city of Edmonds last year challenging an ordinance regulating gun storage. (Andy Bronson / The Herald) EVERETT — Edmonds can’t tell people how to store their guns, a Snohomish County Superior Court judge has ruled. The decision arrived Friday, more than a year after three Edmonds residents filed a lawsuit against the city, with the assistance of the National Rifle Association and the Bellevue-based Second Amendment Foundation. The Edmonds law, which took effect in March, required gun owners to keep their firearms locked up and inaccessible to others, especially children. The city council passed the ordinance in July 2018. The next month, Edmonds residents Brett Bass, Swan Seaberg and Curtis McCullough filed for an injunction. Attorney Eric Lindberg argued during a hearing Friday that state law pre-empted local governments from enacting their own regulations related to the possession of firearms. Judge Anita Farris agreed, at least when it came to the storage of firearms. She granted a summary judgment ordering that the city not enforce the storage aspect of the ordinance. She rule...

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John Garand: The Forgotten History of the Man Who Invented the Iconic M1 Garand Rifle  |  Ricochet Recommended by Ricochet Members Joined in the first year of Ricochet Joined in the first year of Ricochet Joined in the first year of Ricochet Joined in the first year of Ricochet Joined in the first y

Ricochet is the best place on the internet to discuss the issues of the day, either through commenting on posts or writing your own for our active and dynamic community in a fully moderated environment. In addition, the Ricochet Audio Network offers over 50 original podcasts with new episodes released every day. Today is John Garand’s Birthday! Any gun nut – er, “firearms enthusiast” – worth their salt has heard of the M1 Garand (it rhymes with “errand,” by the way). This .30-06 semi-automatic rifle is one of the most iconic American firearms of all time, and was the standard-issue weapon for American infantry troops during World War II and the Korean War. Drill teams and honor guards continue to use this in the present day, such is its role as a symbol of the American military. Fewer, however, know about the life story of the man behind the weapon – John Garand, a Canadian-American engineer and weapons designer. Born one of a whopping 12 children on a Quebec farm, Garand’s father relocated the entire family to Connecticut following the untimely death of the clan’s mother in 1899. All six boys in the family had the official first name St. Jean le Baptiste, however, John Garand w...

The fuse can be defined as an electrical safety device which stops the flow of current

The fuse can be defined as an electrical safety device which stops the flow of current when there is overload or excess appliance gets connected to the particular circuit.  Its main function is to interrupt or break the flow of current by getting a metal strip or metal wire within the fuse and is melted when the current gets overloaded. The major reason for excess current is generally device failure, short circuit and overload. Nowadays hybrid in-plugged technology is being used in electric cars. It has its major applicability in power transformers, electrical appliances, electrical cabling in home, mobile phones, motor starters, laptops, power chargers, cameras, scanners, printers, automobiles, electronic devices and gaming. Global Fuse Market By Type ( AC Fuses, DC Fuses), Product Type (Cartridge Type Fuses [D-Type Fuses, Link-Type Fuses], Rewirable Fuses, Switch Type Fuses, Drop Out Type Fuses, Striker Type Fuses, expulsion Type HRC Fuses, Liquid Type HRC Fuses, cartridge Type HRC Fuses, Accessories), Voltage Type (Low Voltage [125V-250V, 250V-350V, 350V-480V, 480V-600V], Medium Voltage [600V – 2400V,2400V- 3000V, 3000V- 5500V, 5500V-7200V], High Voltage [7200V-12000V,12000V ...

The fundamentals of Formula 1 hydraulics systems explained

Some eagle-eyed observers of the Canadian Grand Prix weekend may have noticed Mercedes in a race against time to fix a hydraulic leak on Lewis Hamilton’s car before race day, the leak discovered on the champion’s car on Saturday night. Mercedes being Mercedes, the engineers got to work and removed Hamilton’s engine and floor to rectify the problem and all was right in time for race day. During race commentary, there is often the mention of hydraulics and hydraulic problems, and yet this complex area is rarely fully delved into.  This isn’t the brake hydraulics, nor the hydraulics used for the passive suspension, rather what the teams call ‘Control Systems’. These have been in F1 since 1983, with testing preceding over a year before that.  Back then, it was Lotus using hydraulics to actively control the suspension using aircraft-based hardware, as the need to control flying surfaces is effectively the same engineering solution as controlling suspension.  This technology has subsequently been applied to many other systems on the car and nowadays every F1 car has a complex hydraulic control system, used to operate nine sub-systems on the car.  From a clunky and unreliable arrangem...

Anheuser-Busch invests $100 million in hard seltzer, the drink craze

Anheuser-Busch remains the king of beers, ruling nearly 41% of the $119 billion U.S. market for beer and malt-based beverages. But there’s trouble in the consumer market for the iconic maker of Budweiser, Bud Light, Michelob Ultra, Goose Island and dozens of other brands. Americans are drinking less beer and more wine and spirits, while also imbibing alcohol-infused seltzer, cider, kombucha and other potent potables. At the same time, the entire beer industry continues to grapple with the unrelenting rise of craft breweries across the country, which have already captured nearly a quarter of total sales volume. In the latest response to these trends, Anheuser-Busch is upping its ante in the fast-growing hard seltzer market with the launch early next year of Bud Light Seltzer. The company already has two products in the category, Bon & Viv and Natty Light Seltzer, but hopes that leveraging this latest entry against the nation’s most popular beer will give it a leg up on the competition. Bud Light Seltzer will come in four fruit flavors, each containing 5% alcohol by volume, 100 calories, 2 grams of carbs and less than 1 gram of sugar, appealing ingredients among th...

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