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Joey Barton’s Bartonology: Mourinho, Hodgson and transfer windows

first_imgJoey Barton was in the studio on Friday as he co-hosted Drivetime and was faced with a series of topics to give his opinion on.Among the subjects put forward were Jose Mourinho, Roy Hodgson and Mike Ashley – as well as One Direction and Labour leader candidate Jeremy Corbyn.Below are some of the responses Barton gave …Joey Barton on … Roy Hodgson:“I’m very, very surprised he stayed in a job after the last World Cup. It was abysmal; I think everyone knows it was abysmal.”Joey Barton on … the transfer window:“It should stop at the start of the season. It is unfair – you’re business should be done before the season and I don’t think there should be a January window either. You sign in the closed season and that’s it.“I also think that clubs should not be allowed to get rid of managers. You have a manager at the start of the season and if you sack them at some point there’s a points deduction.“We need to give managers more time – we have a severe depth problem in great managers and it’s mainly because they’re fired every five or six weeks or when results go against them.”Joey Barton on … Jose Mourinho:“I would be very, very fearful of him. He’s a very smart man and has probably though four or five moves in the future.”Joey Barton on … Mike Ashley:“Mike Ashley said things at the end of last season that he was going to do and, no matter what you feel about him, he’s been almost true to his word so credit to him.“He’s done better this year. Newcastle have recruited really well in this window – Florian Thauvin is a really good signing from Marseille. I think Mitrovic looks like the number nine they’ve been crying out for.”last_img read more

Central Wisconsin teams open season at Marshfield Boys Indoor Track Invite

first_imgBy Paul LeckerSports ReporterMARSHFIELD — Marshfield won three individual events and a relay to win the team title at its 2015 Marshfield Tigers Boys Indoor Track and Field Invitational on Tuesday at The Boson Company Fieldhouse at Marshfield High School.A total of 13 teams from Central Wisconsin competed in the event, with the Marshfield squad being split into three teams.Marshfield totaled 109.5 points to win the team title. Athens was second with 91.5, Stratford took third with 56, Auburndale was 10th, Marshfield Black 12th, Spencer 14th, and Marshfield Orange 15th.Athens’ Aaron Wickman was the lone dual-event winner, taking first in the 60-yard dash (6.72 seconds) and the 220 (24.65).Marshfield’s winners included the 1,600 relay (3.55.72), Chris Pahl in the 440 (58.65), Hunter McManus in the mile (5:12.62), and Will Spindler in the 60 hurdles (8.45).Marshfield’s Andrew Rutschow takes a throw during the shot put competition at the 2015 Marshfield Boys Indoor Track Invitational on Tuesday at Marshfield High School.Tyler Peterson was second in the shot put (46 feet, 4 ½ inches), Pahl took second in the triple jump (37-10 ¾), Calden Wojt finished second in the 220 (24.84), Noah Schulz was second in the pole vault (9-6), and the 640 relay team also was second for Marshfield.Spindler added fourth-place finishes in the long jump (17-3) and triple jump (36-6.75), and Nate Beyer was third in the high jump (5-4) and fifth in the 60 hurdles (9.52) for Marshfield.Auburndale’s top performance came from Cody Gehrke, who was second in the mile in 5:19.36, 6.5 seconds behind McManus. Lee Jepsen took second in the long jump (18-2.25) and fifth in the 60 (7.03).Stratford won a pair of events. The 3,200 relay team won in 9:28.11, and John Geissinger took first in the pole vault (10-0). Cade Lehman also placed third in the 880 (2:26.62).Spencer’s Jacob Miller had a pair of top-10 finishes, taking fifth in the high jump (5-4) and ninth in the pole vault (8-0).(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)2015 Marshfield Tigers Boys Indoor Track InvitationalTeam scores: 1. Marshfield 109.5; 2. Athens 91.5; 3. Stratford 56; 4. Medford 46; 5. Tomah and Rib Lake 42; 7. Pittsville 36.5; 8. Abbotsford 36; 9. Stanley-Boyd 28; 10. Auburndale 26; 11. Necedah 17; 12. Marshfield Black 16; 13. Marathon 15.5; 14. Spencer 12; 15. Marshfield Orange 11.Individual Results (Winners and local finishers; distances in yards)60: 1. Aaron Wickman (ATH) 6.72; 4. Adam Elhendy-Gunnarsson (MARSH) 7.02; 5. Lee Jepsen (AUB) 7.03; 7. Zach McManus (MARSHB) 7.11; 10. Thomas Gisvold (MARSH) 7.18; 12. Grant Urban (MARSHB) 7.28; 13. Jesse Dickman (STR) 7.34; 14. Quinton Alexander (MARSHB) 7.40; 17. Ethan Young (STR) 7.52; 21. Kyler Haupt (STR) and Kenny Pietrowski (STR) 7.68; 27. A.J. Leonhardt (MARSHO) 7.90; 33. Davis Dietel (STR) 7.99; 34. Adam Walter (SPEN) 8.09; 35. Logan Schmoll (MARSHB) 8.15; 36. John Roherty (MARSHB) 8.30; 37. Brian Garcia (MARSHB) 8.31; 39. Joshua Gayle (MARSHB) 8.34; 40. Seth Kundinger (AUB) 8.43; 41. Hector Rojas (STR) 8.46; 42. Brad Schneider (STR) 8.49; 43. Nick Manecke (STR) 8.52; 45. Andrew Rutschow (MARSHB) 9.15; 46. Miguel Baldovino (MARSHB) 9.34.220: 1. Wickman (ATH) 24.65; 2. Calden Wojt (MARSH) 24.84; 6. Tyler Gilbertson (STR) 26.85; 8. McManus (MARSHO) 27.03; 9. Elhendy-Gunnarsson (MARSHO) 27.18; 12. Isaiah Schilling (SPEN) 27.97; 13. Anthony Gliniecki (STR) 28.12; 15. Dyllan Griepentrog (SPEN) 28.50; 18. Gage Stoflet (AUB) 29.15; 26. Dietel (STR) 30.08; 29. Jacob Rabehl (MARSHB) 31.33; 30. Pietrowski (STR) 31.47; 32. Kundinger (STR) 33.24; 34. Gayle (MARSHB) 34.34.440: 1. Chris Pahl (MARSH) 58.65; 8. Neil Ott (MARSH) 1:01.75; 9. Mark Wenzel (STR) 1:02.00; 11. Kyle Gielbel (STR) 1:02.47; 13. A.J. Schoenfuss (STR) 1:03.21; 15. Rylie Schmidt (SPEN) 1:04.41; 18. Jacob Schneider (SPEN) 1:05.52; 20. Gage Stoflet (AUB) 1:06.28; 26. David Kieke (MARSHB) 1:08.63; 27. Darren Kieffer (AUB) 1:10.34; 29. Schmoll (MARSHB) 1:12.85; 30. David Snortheim (STR) 1:14.84.880: 1. Dillon Novak (ABBY) 2:26.02; 3. Cade Lehman (STR) 2:26.62; 5. John Geissinger (STR) 2:28.72; 7. Carver Empey (AUB) 2:32.56; 18. Kieffer (AUB) 2:52.40; 19. Schneider (SPEN) 2:54.40; 20. Max Weber (SPEN) 2:54.68; 23. Cade Esker (MARSHO) 3:02.59; 24. Caleb Houk (MARSHO) 3:05.84.1-mile: 1. Hunter McManus (MARSH) 5:12.62; 2. Cody Gehrke (AUB) 5:19.36; 4. Geissinger (STR) 5:20.86; 6. Empey (AUB) 5:30.40; 8. Sam Huettl (MARSH) 5:31.30; 13. Collin Fravert (MARSHB) 6:06.96; 14. Lukas Ellefson (SPEN) 6:10.99; 20. Caleb Houk (MARSHO) 6:42.96; 21. Colten Post (SPEN) 6:49.34.2-mile: 1. Cody Simonson (ATH) 11:39.37; 6. Jared Oemig (MARSHB) 12:32.18; 7. James Kollross (MARSH) 12:33.71; 9. Paul Fischer (MARSH) 13:24.93.60 hurdles: 1. Will Spindler (MARSH) 8.45; 5. Nate Beyer (MARSHO) 9.52; 6. Damon Weix (STR) 9.93; 7. Aaron Peters (MARSH) 10.16; 8. Skyler Theisen (MARSHB) 10.25; 13. Eric Kubash (MARSHB) 11.09; 14. Braedon Corteen (MARSHO) 11.50.640 relay: 1. Athens 1:14.94; 2. Marshfield 1:16.47; 4. Stratford 1:19.87; 5. Marshfield Orange 1:20.50; 7. Spencer 1:21.69; 11. Marshfield Orange B 1:24.56; 12. Marshfield Black 1:26.37; 13. Stratford B 1:26.64.1,600 relay: 1. Marshfield 3:55.72; 6. Stratford 4:12.52; 11. Marshfield Black 4:40.90.3,200 relay: 1. Stratford 9:28.11; 4. Marshfield Black 10:01.72; 8. Marshfield Orange 11:01.59; 11. Spencer 11:19.21.High jump: 1. Tyler Masephol (ATH) 5-8; 3. Beyer (MARSH) 5-4; 5. Jacob Miller (SPEN) 5-4; 6. Alex Sainterme (MARSH) and Hunter Reif (STR) 5-2; 9. Chase Conrad (MARSHO) 4-10.Pole vault: 1. Geissinger (STR) 10-0; 2. Noah Schulz (MARSH) 9-6; 4. Kyle Giebel (STR) 9-6; 7. Taylor Schreiner (MARSH) 8-6; 9. Miller (SPEN) 8-0; 14. Jacob Roehl (MARSHB) and Kollross (MARSHB) 6-0.Long jump: 1. Nick Eisner (RL) 18-3.25; 2. Jepsen (AUB) 18-2.25; 4. Spindler (MARSHB) 17-3; 7. Pahl (MARSH) 16-10; 8. Empey (AUB) 16-9; 9. Elhendy-Gunnarsson (MARSH) 16-6.5; 14. Gilbertson (STR) 15-6.5; 16. Schilling (SPEN) 15-4.25; 17. Aaron Riedel (MARSHB) 15-2.75; 19. Conrad (MARSHO) 14-9; 20. Peters (MARSHO) 14-8; 22. Haupt (STR) 14-1; 24. Seth Browne (STR) 13-1.75; 29. Schmoll (MARSHB) 11-9.75.Triple jump: 1. Jordan Blomberg (RL) 38-8.5; 2. Pahl (MARSH) 37-10.75; 4. Spindler (MARSH) 36-6.75; 11. Danen (STR) 34-4.25; 12. Jimmy Draeger (MARSHO) 34-4; 16. Jacob Zuelke (STR) 33-8.5; 17. Grant Urban (MARSHB) 33-7; 18. Jacob Hainzlsperger (SPEN) 31-3; 19. Kieke (MARSHO) 30-4; 20. Manecke (STR) 29-7.75.Shot put: 1. Kasey Kollmansberger (ABBY) 47-3; 2. Tyler Peterson (MARSH) 46-4.5; 8. Andrew Gilkerson (MARSH) 41-9; 9. Jon Wittman (MARSHO) 40-8.5; 10. Chris Collins (MARSHB) 39-8.5; 13. Alexander (MARSHB) 36-5.5; 15. Peters (MARSHO) 36-3; 17. Tyler Krall (STR) 35-8; 19. Dakota Andreae (SPEN) 35-1; 20. Ronnie Drymon (STR) 35-0; 22. Bryce Murray (STR) 34-1; 24. Z. McManus (MARSHB) 33-9; 25. Rutschow (MARSHB) 33-2.5; 28. John Roherty (MARSHB) 32-4; 29. Trent Anderson (MARSHB) 21-8; 31. Leonhardt (MARSHB) 31-4; 32. Ryan Schauer (SPEN) 31-3; 35. Miguel Baldovino (MARSHB) 29-9.5; 43. Hector Rojas (STR) 26-0; 45. Trevor Krueger (STR) 23-6; 46. Ryan Patyk (AUB) 23-1; 47. Kundinger (AUB) 22-2.last_img read more

Seesmic Goes Hollywood

first_imgWhy Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting corvida 1 Will Seesmic Take Off?There will definitely be benefits from the stars showing up on Seesmic. In fact, the service is already experiencing an influx of replies and user activity. However, we wonder if that’s just due to the appearance of the celebs and how long activity lasts. Whether or not this publicity stunt will catapult Seesmic into the web stardom is the $200,000 question on everyone’s mind. We have our guesses, but first we’d like to hear your thoughts in the comments section! Videos From Seesmic Just last week we wondered if video messaging services Seesmic will take over the world. Looks like we won’t have to wait for our answer any longer. A service that was once just just a blip on the radar made a rather huge leap today, a leap that could catapult the service past Twitter. Earlier today, the Hollywood crew members starring in the new film Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull took the time for a cool Q&A on Seesmic!Q&A On SeesmicLive for the Q&A, the Guardian’s Jemima Kiss had some questions for at the all-star cast that consisted of Steven Spielberg, Harrison Ford, George Lucas, Shia Laboeuf, Karen Allen and Cate Blanchett. Some of her thoughts on the ordeal are:It’s a simple enough idea but incredibly exciting; I just posted a few direct questions to Spielberg and Karen Allen (Marian was always one of my favourite heroines) and it’s quite a buzz watching them reply directly to your own questions.Simple enough indeed, and the videos are generating massive headlines for Seesmic. Though all of the videos werent posted in realtime, Seesmic CEO Loic Le Meur notes on his blog:I wish we would have given some notice to our community but we did not know obviously until the last minute if it would happen or not and the production team had requested the videos being posted in private first, then unlocked, which would not have allowed us enough interactivity.Star Studded Seesmic PagesHere are the links for the Seesmic pages of the stars and we’ve also provided a few of the Q&A videos at the bottom of the post.Steve SpielbergGeorge LucasHarrison FordShia LeBoeufCate Blanchett Tags:#Product Reviews#Video Services#web Related Posts A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more

$6.2 Million: Wikipedia Reaches Fundraising Goal for 2008

first_imgRelated Posts Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#news#Non-Profits#NYT#web 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic…center_img frederic lardinois A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… The Wikimedia Foundation, the non-profit organization behind the immensely popular Wikipedia online encyclopedia, just announced that it has reached its fundraising goal for 2008, which will allow the foundation to cover its operating expenses for the current fiscal year, ending June 30, 2009. Overall, a total of 125,000 donors gave over $6.2 million during 2008, though in December alone, after a personal appeal from Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, 50,000 individuals contributed more than $2 million.According to Jimmy Wales, these donations will be used to pay for the day-to-day operations of the Wikimedia Foundation, including the costs of hosting and bandwidth, as well as the salary of its small staff of only 23 people. The Wikimedia foundation will also use these funds to support outreach events like the Wikipedia Academies and to help its volunteer community.No Advertising The Wikimedia Foundation has always declined to run advertising on its pages. Given that it is one of the most popular destinations on the Internet, it could surely make more than $6.2 million in revenue every year, but the organization, and Jimmy Wales in particular, have always vehemently rejected this idea in favor of direct donations from users.last_img read more

User Experience Psychology And Performance: SmashingConf Videos

first_img (ra, il)From our sponsors: User Experience Psychology And Performance: SmashingConf Videos Related postsInclusive Components: Book Reviews And Accessibility Resources13th December 2019Should Your Portfolio Site Be A PWA?12th December 2019Building A CSS Layout: Live Stream With Rachel Andrew10th December 2019Struggling To Get A Handle On Traffic Surges10th December 2019How To Design Profitable Sales Funnels On Mobile6th December 2019How To Build A Real-Time Multiplayer Virtual Reality Game (Part 2)5th December 2019 Posted on 1st August 2018Web Design FacebookshareTwittertweetGoogle+share HomeWeb DesignUser Experience Psychology And Performance: SmashingConf Videoscenter_img User Experience Psychology And Performance: SmashingConf Videos User Experience Psychology And Performance: SmashingConf Videos The Smashing Editorial 2018-08-01T13:30:35+02:00 2018-08-01T12:00:50+00:00Today, we’d like to shine a light on two videos from our archives as we explore two very different approaches to User Experience (UX). The first explores how we relate our websites to the needs and situations of our visitors, trying to meet them where they are emotionally. The second is a detailed technical exploration into how we measure and track the data around performance as it relates to user experience.The second video may seem unrelated to the first video; however, while the collecting and analyzing of data might seem very impersonal, the improvements we can make based on the information makes a real difference to the experience of the people we build our sites to serve.Designing Powerful User Experiences With PsychologyRecorded at the SmashingConf in San Francisco earlier this year, Joe Leech explains how psychology impacts user experience. Joe explains the frustrations people using our products face, and the things happening in their everyday lives and environment that can make interacting with our websites and applications difficult. He goes on to help us understand how we can design in a way to help these visitors rather than frustrate them.How’s The UX On The Web, Really?Once you have created a great user experience, how do you know that it is really working well? Especially in terms of site performance, we can track how people are using our sites and examine that data to see what is really happening.At the SmashingConf in London, Ilya Grigorik was the Mystery Speaker and spoke about the ways to assess performance in real terms, and benchmark your application against other destinations on the web.Enjoyed listening to these talks? There are many more SmashingConf videos on Vimeo. We’re also getting ready for the upcoming SmashingConf in New York — see you there? 😉With so much happening on the web, what should we really pay attention to? At SmashingConf New York 2018 we’ll explore everything from PWAs, font loading best practices, web performance and eCommerce UX optimization, to refactoring CSS, design workflows and convincing your clients. With Sarah Drasner, Dan Mall, Sara Soueidan, Jason Grigsby, and many other speakers. Oct 23–24. Check the speakers → User Experience Psychology And Performance: SmashingConf VideosYou are here:last_img read more

Compare 14 top marketing automation platforms

first_img Marketing automation platforms form the backbone of marketing operations, increasingly serving as sophisticated marketing orchestration platforms. A range of platforms is available to marketers depending on their firm’s size, budget and level of digital marketing sophistication. The more basic functions of marketing automation have become somewhat commoditized, so platform vendors mostly look to differentiate their platforms based on the ability to scale, as well as usability, ease of implementation and customer experience. MarTech Today’s “B2B Marketing Automation Platforms: A Marketer’s Guide” examines the market for B2B marketing automation platforms and the considerations involved in implementing this software in your business.This 48-page report includes profiles of 14 leading B2B marketing automation vendors, capabilities comparisons and recommended steps for evaluating and purchasing. If you are a marketer looking to adopt a marketing automation software platform, you need to read this report. Visit Digital Marketing Depot to download your copy.The post Compare 14 top marketing automation platforms appeared first on Marketing Land.From our sponsors: Compare 14 top marketing automation platforms Compare 14 top marketing automation platformsYou are here: HomeDigital MarketingCompare 14 top marketing automation platforms Posted on 21st June 2019Digital Marketing FacebookshareTwittertweetGoogle+share Related postsLytics now integrates with Google Marketing Platform to enable customer data-informed campaigns14th December 2019The California Consumer Privacy Act goes live in a few short weeks — Are you ready?14th December 2019ML 2019121313th December 2019Global email benchmark report finds email isn’t dead – it’s essential13th December 20192019 benchmark report: brand vs. non-brand traffic in Google Shopping12th December 2019Keep your LinkedIn advertising strategy focused in 202012th December 2019last_img read more

Police yet to crack motive behind Netajinagar Narendrapur murders

first_imgKolkata: The homicide section of Kolkata Police’s Detective Department took over investigation of the Netajinagar elderly couple murder case on Thursday. Several angles have cropped up in the case, but police are still not sure about the motive behind the murders.According to sources, during probe mystery arose over the key of a cupboard which was found intact after the murder. After breaking it open, police found several documents related to bank accounts and fixed deposits. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaInvestigators suspect that as the elderly couple was issueless, they might have had prepared a will which is yet to be traced. It was also found that the murderers had taken away the mobile phone of Dilip Mukherjee, but did not take the mobile phone of his wife Swapna. The murderers had, however, removed the SIM card from her mobile phone. Police are checking the call list of the deceased couple in order to identify those who were in touch with them. Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highwayThough police have already interrogated several persons including a mason who used to reside at the said house on rent, nothing suspicious could be found till Thursday night. However, the investigators are sure that the murderers were known to the Mukherjee family and were close to the elderly couple. On the other hand, police are still in the dark about the motive of the Narendrapur double murder. On Thursday, police questioned the family members of one of the owners of the land and house where the couple, identified as Pradip Biswas and Alpana Biswas, was found murdered. Investigators came to know about a deal which was expected to happen soon over selling the land. It was also found that there might have been some resistance as large traces of blood was found inside the house. After examining the injuries, it was found that it could not have been possible to spread that much blood from the wounds of the deceased persons.last_img read more