Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Do you work for the township, county, city, or state government? Apple Farm Service appreciates everything you do to keep our streets, parks, neighborhoods, and communities maintained and safe. They would like to say thank you with a special day just for you.Apple Farm Service is excited to announce their first annual Local Government Appreciation Days. Anyone who works for any level of government (whether local, state, or federal) are invited to join them!Mark your calendars for these dates:• Covington Store, 10120 West Versailles Rd., Covington. Thursday, June 6, 10 a.m. untill 3 p.m.• Mechanicsburg Store, 12446 East State Rt 29, Mechanicsburg, Thursday, June 13, 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.Government employees can stop by for prize giveaways, product demonstrations, test drives, and equipment education. Apple Farm Service will also be firing up the grill for a cook-out lunch.Product specialists will be on site to provide equipment education, lessons to find the best deals with government bidding and purchasing programs, and product demonstrations. Mowers, tractors, skid steers, attachments, and everything grounds care and construction will be on display.This free event is a small token of appreciation for everything you do for our communities.
A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification Tags:#Facebook#web “Instead of showing you a traditional captcha on Facebook, one of the ways we may help verify your identity is through social authentication,” writes Rice. “We will show you a few pictures of your friends and ask you to name the person in those photos. Hackers halfway across the world might know your password, but they don’t know who your friends are.”With traditional CAPTCHA tests, you can ask for a new image if the letters or words are unclear. We hope that Facebook offers the same, though most users are unlikely to ever see this feature. We don’t know about you, but we have to wonder if we could visually identify each and every one of our Facebook friends, though we’re sure they’ve thought of this fact. As the image above shows, it looks like the service uses facial recognition to at least assure that you aren’t trying to identify your friend’s cartoon character or otherwise inhuman avatars. It also looks like you get a number of “skips” per security check, accounting for the fact that yes, some of us can’t properly identify all of our high school friends that we’re now Facebook friends with (for some reason or another).For you security-minded folks, make sure to read Audrey Watters’ write-up of Facebook’s other important security addition of the day, “always on” HTTPS. Related Posts The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos mike melanson Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… We’re all familiar with the CAPTCHA tests – images full of squiggly letters and made up words – that are meant to tell apart humans and computers, but what if you want to tell apart one person from another? In the case of Facebook, you have the perfect dataset at hand – all of that person’s friends.Today, Facebook said that it had begun testing a new security feature it’s calling “Social Authentication“, which intends to make sure that the person signing into Facebook is indeed the account holder and not a hacker.Facebook security engineer Alex Rice writes that Facebook strives to put people at the center of all experience and that “We also want to bring the benefits of social design to experiences where you wouldn’t traditionally expect them, like account security.”
There may be a temptation to replicate the 22 yards of India vs England 2012 in the fourth Test of the ongoing series at the Wankhede Stadium. But that’s not going to happen. And it’s not just a lesson from the move that backfired then.It appears India have made a tactical decision to not go for rank turners against England as against South Africa last year. And it stems from identifying their own short comings with the bat against spin.Indian spinners may have spun a web on the opposition but English leg-spinner Adil Rashid is the highest wicket-taker in three Test matches so far with 18 wickets. (Wankhede pitch will be a slow turner, say groundsmen)Ajinkya Rahane has had his problems against spin and modern Indian batsmen are yet to beat the impression they can be found wanting on a sharp turning surface.The dry slow turners, this series has been played on has left scope for reverse swing which has been ably exploited by Indian seamers Umesh Yadav and Mohammed Shami. India’s might, the batting unit led by Virat Kohli has also managed to play it’s part. It’s unlikely India is going to go for a change in script.Mumbai Cricket Association pitch curator Ramesh Mamunkar’s assessment gives us an idea. “It’s not going to be a rank turner. It may turn from day 3,” he told India Today.”The Wankhede wicket hasn’t been watered the same way. Add to that no live grass gives away we are not looking at a hard bouncy surface. “There’s been a lot of due so we can’t water the same way else it adds to the dampness,” the curator said.advertisementTraditionally though the Wankhede surface has offered bounce. With the sea breeze flowing in the evening, swing bowlers like James Anderson will always be a weapon. All of this will keep England interested.India will try to negate these factors with a surface that will help them keep the home advantage to seal the series in Mumbai itself. Both the teams will have their first look at the wicket on Tuesday.
Antonio Habas was on Thursday re-appointed as the head coach of two-time Indian Super League champions ATK for the upcoming season of Indian Super League season, the club announced in a statement.Habas, who returned to the club after a gap of three seasons, had left in 2015 after being in charge of the club for the first two seasons of the league.The Spaniard, who replaced Steve Coppell at the helm, had previously guided ATK to victory in the inaugural season in 2014 and also took the team to the semi-finals in 2015.Last season, ATK under Coppell failed to reach the knockout stages, finishing sixth in the 10-team points table.”I am very proud to be the head coach of ATK. I have always had the feeling that I will be back to train the team. I am sure that with the support of the fans, and us working together, we will get the recognition and the results that the club deserves. Success will be achieved when we aspire to compete hard and add to the professional growth of the club,” Habas said in a statement. GUESS WHO’S BACK??!!!#AamarBukeyATK #BanglaBrigade pic.twitter.com/5EH2vTX0cQ ATK (@ATKFC) May 2, 2019″I am glad to welcome back our new head coach, Antonio López Habas to the ATK family. I wish him all the best to carry our two-time championship legacy forward. He is an exceptional manager and I am hopeful Habas will lead the way for ATK with his unique strategies and his enthusiasm,” ATK principal owner Sanjiv Goenka added.advertisementThe 61-year-old used to play as a defender in LaLiga for clubs Sevilla, Real Murcia and Burgos CF. Habas has had an extensive coaching career where he coached the Bolivian national team and appeared with them at four Copa América tournaments. Habas was also hired by Valencia CF as their head coach in LaLiga.Also Read | Lionel Messi to lift La Liga trophy for the 1st time as Barcelona skipperAlso Read | Porto goalkeeper Iker Casillas suffers heart attack while training
Story Highlights He said that this disconnect “has been thrown into sharper focus in recent years, with the integration of recent technologies in almost every sphere of professional activities”. The Education State Minister said that Jamaica is among the many countries globally that have moved TVET into the mainstream of the education system. State Minister in the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information, Hon. Alando Terrelonge, has reiterated the Government’s commitment to strengthening its policy and regulatory framework on technical and vocational education and training (TVET).He was speaking at the Fourth International Conference on TVET in the Caribbean at the Hilton Rose Hall Resort and Spa in Montego Bay on May 22.The Education State Minister said that Jamaica is among the many countries globally that have moved TVET into the mainstream of the education system.“This paradigm shift is driven by the recognition that, over several decades, there has been a disconnect between the skills imparted by national education systems and those demanded by the workplace,” he noted.He said that this disconnect “has been thrown into sharper focus in recent years, with the integration of recent technologies in almost every sphere of professional activities”.State Minister in the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information, Hon Alando Terrelonge (left), greets Pro Vice Chancellor and Principal of the the University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, Professor Dale Webber. Occasion was the Fourth International Conference on TVET in the Caribbean at the Hilton Rose Hall Resort and Spa, Montego Bay, on May 22. State Minister in the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information, Hon. Alando Terrelonge, has reiterated the Government’s commitment to strengthening its policy and regulatory framework on technical and vocational education and training (TVET). In this regard, he said that the Government has “moved expeditiously to close the gap” on education and training and the world of work, given the potential economic and social benefits to be derived from having a skilled and flexible workforce.“Employers are now demanding that workers for the 21st century must possess knowledge, technical skills, and soft skills to function effectively and be competitive in the workplace.“To attain this level of competitiveness, workers must, therefore, be lifelong learners, who will continue to increase their knowledge and update their skills for upward mobility in the workplace,” Minister Terrelonge said.