Photo: Adris Group Hotel Lone, Rovinj / Photo: Maistra.hr HUP-Zagreb, last year’s Adris acquisition and a company that contributes to strengthening the tourism part of the Group, generated one percent higher operating revenues. The number of units sold is lower by four percent with a six percent rise in prices, while forecasts for the second part of the year show further growth in revenue and operating results, Adris points out. For the most part, investments include investing in supporting infrastructure and raising the quality of common camp facilities. The total planned investments in 2019 in the tourism part of the Group amount to around HRK 300 million. The current booking is two percent better than last year, and confirms the positive growth trends in the number of overnight stays, with an increase in the average price. In addition to investing in raising the quality of its own facilities, Maistra is also focused on increasing the visibility and offer of the entire destination. Maistra generates almost 95 percent of its revenues in foreign markets. At the beginning of April, the Grand Park Hotel Rovinj was opened, thus completing the arrangement of the Monte Mulini zone, one of the most luxurious tourist zones on the Adriatic. Adris has invested 1,5 billion kuna in the development of the zone by which Rovinj has been transformed into a luxury tourist destination. In the first six months of this year, the total revenues of the Adris Group amounted to HRK 2,87 billion, which is four percent more than the revenues generated in the same period last year. The final phase of the business integration process of HUP-Zagreb in the tourism part of the Group is underway with the aim of using operational synergies and economies of scale. The formation of a unique business system is a prerequisite for the creation of a leading national tourism company positioned in three growing and internationally recognizable destinations – Rovinj, Dubrovnik and Zagreb, conclude Adris. Maistra, including the Hilton Hotel in Dubrovnik, achieved one percent higher sales of accommodation capacities with an increase in the average price of 13 percent, while operating income from regular business increased by 15 percent.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Aidan Tooker wasn’t just racing Virginia Tech’s Peter Seufer. He was chasing the man everyone chases: Justyn Knight.Tooker, a true sophomore, dusted Seufer, but only after Knight had crossed the finish line for gold in the 3000-meter race at the ACC Championships on Feb. 23.Once Tooker secured second place, he embraced Knight in a watershed moment for the SU track and field program. Knight, the greatest runner in SU’s history, is set to graduate this spring and is passing the metaphoric torch. Tooker, who has embraced Knight and other graduating seniors as mentors, is prepared to lead the program next year as the top runner.“I’ve just been doing my best to take him under my wing because this is my last year here and it’s truly his team after I go,” Knight said.The night before the 3000 meter, Tooker labored through the 5000-meter race. He finished in seventh place, 25 seconds behind Knight, the winner. Tooker said Knight told him, “Even the best of the best aren’t always on.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSU head coach Chris Fox said he expects Tooker to be the best runner on the cross country team next year and “hopefully” an All-American in both cross country and track. Seeing him win silver in the 3000 at ACCs proved Tooker is “where he should be at the moment.”“It was nice to see Aidan fulfill the promise that we thought he had,” Fox said. “To tell you the truth, we expected that. Anything less than that would have been disappointing.”Tooker runs the 1500 meter, the 3000 and the 5000. But he specializes in the steeplechase, a distance event involving hurdles and puddle obstacles. He won silver in last year’s NCAA outdoor 3000-meter steeplechase with one of the fastest times ever recorded by a freshman.Tooker’s steeplechase skills manifest themselves on casual post-workout jogs, where he loves to hurdle anything in his path. Knight calls him a “ball of energy.”“Aidan loves jumping over stuff,” Knight said. “Sometimes I’ll tell him, ‘Hey, you gotta let your legs rest.’ Or ‘Maybe don’t jump over that trash can because you might miss it and injure yourself.’ Little stuff like that.”Knight has assumed a big brother position with Tooker by providing advice about how to handle himself during meets, how to bounce back from hard workouts and how to preserve his body — for instance, don’t hurdle trash cans on Comstock Avenue. Colin Bennie and the other senior distance runners also set an example for Tooker to follow.“It’s leading by example more than anything,” Bennie said. “It’s showing him how to act on these trips and, by proxy, he goes and tells the other guys about it, so on trips that we’re not on or when he’s hanging with the younger guys, he can show them what’s up.”Now, Knight is preparing to move on from Syracuse along with his fellow distance-running seniors Philo Germano, Andy Paladino and Bennie. Knight and Fox agree that Tooker will have to step up next year in the seniors’ absence, but he will not be alone: Juniors Kevin James and Simon Smith will likely lead with Tooker.There is no blueprint on how to recover after graduating the best distance runner in the nation. Fox says the post-Knight era will be different, but it won’t be a transition year and SU should still contend with Tooker as the top option.“We’ll have a really young team,” Fox said. “But with Aidan and Noah (Affolder) and Nathan (Henderson) and Joe Dragon and Dominic Hockenbury … That’s a team that should be top-15, maybe top-10 in the country.”In many ways, Tooker is already following in Knight’s footsteps because they have similar traits.Both highly touted recruits didn’t redshirt their freshman years and exceeded expectations. They both have a seemingly interminable stash of energy and tend to have a silly side foiling their intense race-day demeanors.“I see a lot of myself in him,” Knight said.“I just hope that I can take some of the stuff he’s passed down to me,” Tooker said. Comments Published on April 16, 2018 at 9:04 pm Contact Danny: [email protected] | @DannyEmerman
Cranes team that started against Guinea in 1-1 draw on Saturday. Courtesy photo.Group C.Ivory CoastZambiaUgandaNamibiaIvory Coast:One of the few teams to consistently feature in the CHAN tournament and this will be the fourth time the Elephants take part in.Ivory Coast hosted the first edition in 2009 and disappointingly finished bottom of their group but have been steadily rising dispute not taking part in the 2014 edition in South Africa.In Sudan 2011, the West African giants finished third in group C but it was an improvement provided they finished last in 2009.In the last edition in 2016, Ivory Coast finished third after loosing their semi final clash with loosing finalists Mali before defeating Guinea in the losers game.To get here, the Elephants required an away goal in the second leg of their West B zone qualifier with Niger after drawing 2-2 on aggregate.With the viable improvement evident by each passing tournament, Ivory Coast will be a force to recon with and i don’t see anyone stopping them in group B.Star PlayersBanfa SyllaFabius DossoPICK. Group C WinnersZambia:This will be Zambia’s third CHAN tournament after taking part in 2009 and last year in Rwanda.The Chipolopolos have never failed to get past the group stages and have always led the group in which they have been place.On route to getting here, they defeated Swaziland convincingly 7-0 on aggregate in the second round qualifiers of the South Zone before over powering South Africa 4-2 in the third round.Zambia has always fallen short on either the quarters or semis and will be hoping better luck befalls them this time round.With Ivory Coast in the same group, second place should be their top priority but in Uganda, they have a nation with whom they can ably compete for the runners up spot and may be snatch it from the Cranes hands.Star PlayersAugustine Kabaso Mulenga – ZENACOMartin Phiri – Power DynamosPICK. Group C runners ups.UgandaUganda has qualified in all but one CHAN tournament and the solitary miss dates back to the inaugural championships in 2009 which required only eight take part.Since then, the small East African side has been taking part although they have never made it out of the group with their best performance coming in 2014 when they finished third in group B with four points.Uganda had to go through two rounds of qualification in which they South Sudan 5-1 on aggregate in the first round before a nervy 3-2 triumph over Rwanda in the second round of qualification.With a new coach in their ranks, the Cranes can only hope for better fortunes this time round but can not expect any easy games especially due to the fact that they have African giants in Zambia and Ivory Coast in their group.Star players.Derrick Nsibambi – KCCA FCMilton Karisa – Vipers SCPICK. Group C Third position.Namibia:Namibia are the only debutantes in this year’s competition and the lack of experience may hurt them in the short run.They defeated Zimbabwe on penalties and Comoros 3-2 on aggregate on route to this year’s finals.Everyone in the group will look at them as the whopping boys and and don’t see them doing so much about it.Star Players.Terdius Uiseb – Orlando Piretes WindhoekWilly Stephanus – Black Africa SCPICK. Group A Last position.Group A Matches:Ivory Coast vs Namibia – 14/01/17Zambia vs Uganda – 14/01/17Ivory Coast vs Zambia – 18/01/17Uganda vs Namibia -18/01/17Uganda vs Ivory Coast – 22/01/17Namibia vs Zambia – 22/01/17Comments
Deputy Pat the Cope Gallagher has described as “cruel” the fact that so many people are waiting for home help hours to be allocated. The latest figures from the HSE reveal that 6,310 people were on waiting lists for home help services at the end of April.He said it is shocking the delays at present in getting home help hours and home help supports approved. “As far as I am aware no new home help hours are approved and the only home help hours available are recycled hours or hours that come available from patients which no longer avail of the services be that through death or patients moving into care homes or nursing homes,” he added.He said that over the past number of years we have seen the number of people waiting for home help hours increase significantly, but despite this, the resources have failed to meet demand leaving some service actually losing hours.“We are experiencing the qualitative effect of under-resourcing of home help hours, and this situation will get considerably worse unless increased funding becomes available.“Families across Donegal are angry and frustrated with the Government’s approach to home help. Instead of allowing people to live and be cared for in their own homes, they are forcing them into nursing homes and hospitals. This is turn is increasing the strain on our already overburdened hospital system.” Pat the Cope added the fact that more than 6,000 people are on waiting lists for hours shows clearly how strained the service has become.He said the Minister needs to clarify how many people will be affected by these proposed cuts, as there is no doubt that any reduction in hours will pushed an already stretched service to the brink.He fumed “It defies logic that cuts are being even considered at present and it certainly demonstrates how out of touch this Government are in terms of the demands on home help hours nationwide at present.“I have met with many families who are at the end of their tether and deeply concerned that their loved ones will not get the care that they need. This is a deeply distressing situation for them and simply should not be happening.“Home help services are essential; they must be maintained, and indeed increased, the massive savings to the state that home help and carers provide for the health service cannot be underestimated. “Any move to reduce hours further cannot be countenanced and measures must be taken to ensure that these home helps are protected into the future – we will be judged as a society on the care we provide for our elderly, our sick and most vulnerable within our communities.”Fury as more than 6,000 on waiting lists for home help was last modified: June 12th, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Deputy Pat the Cope Gallagherdonegalhome helpListswaiting
David Luiz has been recalled to the Chelsea starting line-up as part of a much-changed defence for the Champions League game in Baku, where a win would seal their place in the knockout stage.Luiz is joined at the back by Antonio Rudiger, while Cesar Azpilicueta captains the side.Chelsea start without a recognised striker, with Eden Hazard leading the attack, supported by Pedro and Willian.Youngster Dujon Sterling is among the Blues substitutes, as is Alvaro Morata.Chelsea: Courtois; Azpilicueta (c), David Luiz, Rudiger; Zappacosta, Kante, Fabregas, Alonso; Willian, Hazard, Pedro. Subs: Caballero, Cahill, Christensen, Sterling, Drinkwater, Bakayoko, Morata. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
(Visited 46 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0 Observations don’t always fit what evolutionists expect. Darwin’s theory always wins anyway.When you wish upon a bone: Roger Close of Monash University looked at fossil wishbones and tried to find an evolutionary pattern. There wasn’t any. The furcula (wishbones) of mesozoic birds showed just as much diversity as those of modern birds, if not more so. The article on PhysOrg summarizing Close and Rayfield’s paper in PLoS ONE did not mention transitional forms, or any pattern from simple to complex.Close expected his research to “broaden our understanding of the functional anatomy or biomechanics of early avian evolution.” He expected to clarify the findings in a 2002 study of wishbones by Hui, but alas, “a murkier picture seems to emerge” from his data set. In the PhysOrg article, Close left the door open for Darwin: “While this may be interpreted as evidence that early birds flew differently to those alive today, it might equally well indicate that they had evolved different anatomical solutions to accomplish the same feats.”Adult birds as dinosaur fetuses: Two evolutionists, by studying the shape of bird heads and dinosaur hatchlings, came up with a new idea about the origin of birds: they are dinosaurs that never grew up. Somehow, the first birds were dinosaurs that “sped up the clock” of embryonic development and arrested it before maturity. As a result of what might be called the Peter Pan theory of evolution, ostriches, condors, hummingbirds and penguins were not far behind.“What is interesting about this research is the way it illustrates evolution as a developmental phenomenon,” said Arkhat Abzhanov, associate professor at Harvard and study co-author. “By changing the developmental biology in early species, nature has produced the modern bird — an entirely new creature — and one that, with approximately 10,000 species, is today the most successful group of land vertebrates on the planet.”Is this a new law of nature? Are whales arrested embryos of cattle? Are humans arrested embryos of monkeys? In the report on Science Daily, they didn’t point to any other instances of such an evolutionary process, but added “arrested embryonic development” to Darwin’s strategic toolkit:Ultimately, Abzhanov said, the way the bird skull evolved — through changes in the developmental timeline — highlights the diversity of evolutionary strategies that have been used over millions of years.“That you can have such dramatic success simply by changing the relative timing of events in a creature’s development is remarkable,” he said. “We now understand the relationship between birds and dinosaurs that much better, and we can say that, when we look at birds, we are actually looking at juvenile dinosaurs.”“It shows that there’s so much for evolution to act upon,” Bhullar agreed.The article indicated that they were surprised by the differences in development between birds and dinosaurs: “What the researchers found was surprising — while early dinosaurs, even those closely related to modern birds, undergo vast morphological changes as they mature, the skulls of juvenile and adult birds remain remarkably similar.” This evidence was not allowed to falsify Darwinism, however; on the contrary, it was used to reinforce it. Now Darwin has more diversity of evolutionary strategies to use, and a bigger toolkit to work with.Bird feeder gets smaller: One would think birds would love to eat giant insects, especially since pterodactyls lunched on them. Apparently, the early bird got the small insect. A prof and his grad student at UC Santa Cruz had to look long and hard to find correlations between insect size, oxygen levels and bird evolution, but turned up enough to report on PhysOrg that the “Reign of the giant insects ended with the evolution of birds.”Facts and data gaps, though, kept getting in the way: “But a 20-million-year gap in the insect fossil record makes it hard to tell when insect size changed, and a drop in oxygen levels around the same time further complicates the analysis.” It left them with a composite explanation involving multiple possibilities: “These include the continued specialization of birds, the evolution of bats, and a mass extinction at the end of the Cretaceous.” How any of these were related to bug size was not clarified.The authors acknowledged that small insects have always been around, even when the giants reigned. It’s unclear, then, why they would invoke the evolution of birds to drive the big bugs extinct, when today’s oxygen level (21%) is lower than what they assumed existed (30%) in the past and, according to the “leading theory,” oxygen level was a limiting factor on insect size. An evolutionary story was ready in the wings, though: “With predatory birds on the wing, the need for maneuverability became a driving force in the evolution of flying insects, favoring smaller body size.” Strange that the big bugs never needed said maneuverability when the pterosaurs were around.Seal a can’t: Acknowledging that the strange fish known as coelacanths are iconic “living fossils” famous for their lack of evolution since the Middle Devonian, disappearance from the fossil record, and surprise re-appearance doing just fine in 1938. Since then, several populations of the lobe-finned fish have been found off the costs of South Africa, Tanzania and the Comoros islands.European researchers “unexpectedly” found some genetic diversity among the geographically-separated living populations. Writing in Current Biology,(Volume 22, Issue 11, R439-R440, 5 June 2012) Lampert et al. said, “Despite its undeniably slow evolutionary rate, the coelacanth still diversifies and is therefore able to adapt to new environmental conditions.” One would expect a multitude of changes in environmental conditions to have occurred in 400 million years. This means the fish can evolve, but didn’t — until modern times. The lesson? — old fuddy-duddies can still jive:Coelacanths are generally viewed as evolutionary relics. Levels of population divergence and allelic diversity are low and confirm the assumed slow rate of molecular evolution in coelacanths. Obviously, even such slow evolutionary rates allow for local adaptation. As shown earlier for coelacanths and recently for cycad plants, near extinction need not be an evolutionary dead end.One wonders what on earth held these talented evolvers back from doing the Darwin thing till now.We must get the evolutionary storytellers out of the science building.On second thought: what would we do for entertainment? Look at the fun we just had: a new Peter Pan show of bird evolution, a game of Evolutionary Strategy, a Saturday Night Live skit (since there is “so much for evolution to act upon”) of elderly fish that can still jive, and a charlatan’s promise that even YOU need not be an evolutionary dead end (thank goodness).Riddle: What is an evolutionary dead end?Answer: the head of a Darwinist.
A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Steve Blank, author of Four Steps to Epiphany, has helped formulate the thinking behind the Lean Startup methodology, together with Eric Ries. I had an opportunity to meet him during a discussion around the Startup Genome project. He observed that most startups that succeed aren’t lean: their goal is to have an exit rather than a scalable business. What would be the methodology for startups that simply want to flip?Flip startups are agile startups that aim to exit quickly. Unlike Lean startups, their priority isn’t to learn in order to create a scalable business model. Instead, their goal is to create a promising product. For example, it could be a successful single app or game. The idea is to build a hit that would make the founder(s) an appealing and quick talent acquisition (sometimes referred to as an acq-hire). This is lean development without any customer development. The focus is on building. Recent examples include Blindtype, Hipster or About.me. All three were bought before or right after launch.The many hackathons such as GameJam or Garage48 have shown that it is possible to create a viable game or Web service in 48 hours. In addition, channels such as Applifier, Appsumo or the Humble Indie Bundle have made it easy to reach large groups of users. There is a growing amount of microfunding platforms, such as Kickstarter, Appbackr or A-List Games. The consolidation of the social graph by Facebook, the various app stores and the abundance of cloud-based services lower time to market. Lastly, large companies that seek new talent will likely hire promising individuals through a small exit. All these factors combined make it more likely for a single coder to create a one-time hit.The development part is similar to a lean startup: you want to be agile. The part where they differ is that lean startups will seek to implement analytics and track user feedback for their next iteration, whereas flips won’t.The lean methodology aims to find and create sustainable value, regardless of the state of the market. Flips, on the other hand, thrive on trends: what better time for an entrepreneur to create a startup than when valuations are up, investments are quick, exits are plenty and deal flow is increase? These are the times when there is more demand for startups.Here’s a tentative methodology for flips.1: Find a Simple IdeaIf your goal is to exit quickly, your aim is to deliver an MVP as quickly as possible. This means looking for an idea that is easy to execute with a limited set of skills. In the case of Blindtype, the software was mostly based on AI and required no frontend. If your idea is simple, it not only means it’s easier to deliver, but also easier to sell: your app/technology is probably easier to integrate and meet another company’s needs if it has a limited scope. However, an idea that is too simple and doesn’t stand out will be difficult to sell. Furthermore, if this project doesn’t work, you’d like to be able to reuse some of its code, in order to iterate new ideas quickly, so you might want your code to be somewhat generic. Eventually, you should focus on an idea you can deliver, reuse, in a field you know really well, so that you require little to no outside help. This should also help valorize you in a acq-hire scenario.2. Build ItThe development part is similar to a lean startup: you want to be agile. The part where they differ is that lean startups will seek to implement analytics and track user feedback for their next iteration, whereas flips won’t.Build your product on top of existing blocks. You may have existing code lying around from earlier projects, or be able to use open-source components or libraries to make your life easier. Hosting can be pushed to public clouds, authentication to OpenID or Facebook; services like Launchrock or Optimizely can help create a landing page. The same goes for payments, analytics, emailing and more. Once you have those out of the way, you can focus on creating only your actual app, game or service.Services such as Cabana or GameSalad let you easily create an app using drag and drop. There is nothing inferior about using such a tool to create something meaningful rapidly. However, this will impact the value of your IP.3. Create BuzzEvery startup needs PR, but this is even more true of flips. No one is going to buy your product if they don’t see potential in it. The key is that you want to create the promise of value and showcase your idea in the best angle. There’s nothing wrong with hype; movie trailers do this all the time, after all. Hipster got pre-registrations because of their name and the rumor they were working on something amazing. Blindtype posted a video on Youtube that showcased its technology. Creating quick buzz and social proof is not the same a developing long-term customer development, but it pays off.A good way to get attention is to get catchy metrics. Being the most-downloaded app in a small country, generating the most traffic or the most downloadable content sells. For a small investment of money, you can get your friends and family to buy your product and extensions, and buy your way to top of the app store. Consider it a type of SEO investment!4. Don’t Pivot, RebootThe vast majority of startups fail. At this point, you will probably think about what your next steps should be. The key for a flip is to make sure you don’t put all your eggs in the same basket and diversify as fast as possible, to maximize your chances of success. Think of yourself as a VC. You have a limited fund, bandwidth for deals you can work on, and a portfolio of existing code and skills. In that sense, lean startups are similar to a focused investment strategy, whereas flips are more like diversified, “spray and pray” approach. How would you handle your failed investment? Do you have anything of value to get out of it, such as traffic, brand or technology? Ideally, you’d like to be able to piece the stronger parts together to create something event stronger.5. Funding?If things go well, you may want to persist with your idea, but do keep in mind that transitioning from a product built on a hunch to a scalable business is a risk. At that point, you should seriously consider becoming a lean startup.The good news is that the goal of a flip is aligned with VCs; their aim is to sell too, not simply to build a sustainable business. The problem is that they are also known for their herd mentality. Your idea might fit their portfolio or a hot trend, but your early traction isn’t enough to be the basis of a healthy business. After all, you haven’t proven any assumption yet. One more thing to consider is whether or not you feel like turning your successful hobby into a full enterprise, and recruiting and managing a team. Do you want to stick to this idea in the long term and possibly gamble further, or fold?Flip or Lean?The decision to create a lean startup or a flip is entirely dependent on your ambition. If your goal is to show off your skills, create apps, make a quick buck and maybe get hired, flips are the way to go. While I expect many supporters of long-term value creation to be detractors of this approach, I think it is safe to assume that we will see more and more small apps being built and propelled to success in this way in the coming years. What remains to be seen is whether flips are dependent an environment where large companies are constantly making talent acquisitions and where apps can scale to hundreds of millions of users, or whether this methodology is sustainable regardless of industry trends.Photo by nighthawk7 ramine darabiha Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#How To#start#StartUp 101 Related Posts 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic…
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