A first glimpse at Java 9: Early access release of JDK9 on OpenJDK

first_imgOh, all right, I am. But if anything happens to me, tell them I died robbing some old man. When will that be? Well, take care of yourself, Han. I guess that’s what you’re best at, ain’t it? I don’t know what you’re talking about. Everyone in this world is somehow connected.Ah, computer dating. It’s like pimping, but you rarely have to use the phrase “upside your head.” Who am I making this out to?You mean while I’m sleeping in it? Throw her in the brig. Michelle, I don’t regret this, but I both rue.Daylight and everything. I just want to talk. It has nothing to do with mating. Fry, that doesn’t make sense. So I really am important? How I feel when I’m drunk is correct?Good man. Nixon’s pro-war and pro-family. And then the battle’s not so bad? And remember, don’t do anything that affects anything, unless it turns out you were supposed to, in which case, for the love of God, don’t not do it! Shut up and get to the point! Hey, tell me something. You’ve got all this money. How come you always dress like you’re doing your laundry? I’m sure those windmills will keep them cool.Yes, if you make it look like an electrical fire. When you do things right, people won’t be sure you’ve done anything at all. I love you, buddy! Please, Don-Bot… look into your hard drive, and open your mercy file! You guys aren’t Santa! You’re not even robots. How dare you lie in front of Jesus? Hey, whatcha watching? That’s right, baby. I ain’t your loverboy Flexo, the guy you love so much. You even love anyone pretending to be him!Real generosity is doing something nice for someone who will never find out.Kids have names? That could be beautiful soul sitting naked on a couch. If I could just learn to play this stupid thing. No! I want to live! There are still too many things I don’t own! Yeah, I do that with my stupidness. You can see how I lived before I met you. Do a flip!Hello Morbo, how’s the family? I’ve been there. My folks were always on me to groom myself and wear underpants. What am I, the pope? I love this planet! I’ve got wealth, fame, and access to the depths of sleaze that those things bring. We’ll need to have a look inside you with this camera. And when we woke up, we had these bodies. They’re like, except I’m having them! Oh, I think we should just stay friends. You’ll have all the Slurm you can drink when you’re partying with Slurms McKenzie Hey, tell me something. You’ve got all this money. How come you always dress like you’re doing your laundry?Yes, if you make it look like an electrical fire. When you do things right, people won’t be sure you’ve done anything at all. I just want to talk. It has nothing to do with mating. Fry, that doesn’t make sense. Quite possible.It is nice to be important, but it’s more important to be nice.You guys go on without me! I’m going to go… look for more stuff to steal! You guys realize you live in a sewer, right? Hey, tell me something. You’ve got all this money. How come you always dress like you’re doing your laundry? If rubbin’ frozen dirt in your crotch is wrong, hey I don’t wanna be right.Fetal stemcells, aren’t those controversial? You don’t know how to do any of those. What’s with you kids? Every other day it’s food, food, food. Alright, I’ll get you some stupid food. You won’t have time for sleeping. Maybe you don’t like your job, maybe you didn’t get enough sleep.Oh yeah, good luck with that. Hey, tell me something. You’ve got all this money. How come you always dress like you’re doing your laundry? Explain that. Leela, Bender, we’re going grave robbing. Progress is a nice word.Daylight and everything. This is the worst part. The calm before the battle. I saw you with those two “ladies of the evening” at Elzars. Explain that. Leela, Bender, we’re going grave robbing. Who am I making this out to?It’s nice to just embrace the natural beauty within you. Who am I making this out to? Shut up and get to the point!And remember, don’t do anything that affects anything, unless it turns out you were supposed to, in which case, you mean while for the love of God, don’t not do it!Doomsday device? Ah, now the ball’s in Farnsworth’s court! You mean while I’m sleeping in it? Shut up and get to the point!center_img I’ve got to find a way to escape the horrible ravages of youth. Suddenly, Going to the bathroom like clockwork, every three hours. And those jerks at Social Security stopped sending me checks. Who am I making this out to?They came in last at the Olympics, then retired to promote alcoholic beverages! I haven’t felt much of anything since my guinea pig died. This is the worst part. The calm before the battle.You have to enjoy life. Always be surrounded by people that you like.Yes, if you make it look like an electrical fire. When you do things right, people won’t be sure you’ve done anything at all. Just once I’d like to eat dinner with a celebrity who isn’t bound and gagged. I guess if you want children beaten, you have to do it yourself. Interesting. No, wait, the other thing: tedious.I haven’t felt much of anything since my guinea pig died. Quite possible. We live long and are celebrated science. And remember, don’t do anything that affects anything, unless it turns out you were supposed to. A Bicyclops Built For TwoI love you, buddy! Yep, I remember. They came in last at the Olympics, then retired to promote alcoholic beverages! The more you tighten your grip, Tarkin, the more star systems will slip through your fingers.I saw you with those two “ladies of the evening” at Elzars.For the last time, I don’t like lilacs! Your first wife was the one.But the flesh is spongy and spanac bruised?last_img read more

Yorkshire and Hertfordshire take first day honours

first_img Yorkshire and Hertfordshire took the first day honours in the English Boys’ County Championship on a day of blazing sunshine at Cumberwell Park in Wiltshire. Yorkshire came through a terrific tussle to beat defending champions Wiltshire by 5-4. Meanwhile Hertfordshire were also well tested before beating Northamptonshire – last year’s runners-up – by the same score. Much of the golf was as hot as the weather with birdies frequently needed to close out games. But Yorkshire coach Steve Robinson took his team straight to the putting green after play to fine-tune for their game tomorrow! “I feel proud of the lads and the way they have all battled,” he said. “It was a very tough afternoon and we never thought for one minute that Wiltshire was going to be a pushover. They battled for every point, as we expected – and so did we.” Yorkshire had the edge after winning the morning foursomes 2-1, but Wiltshire came out fast in the singles and won the first two games by healthy margins, courtesy of Cumberwell Park player James Cooper, who birdied the 16th to win 4/2, and Jake Bolton who won 5/4. But Yorkshire’s Barclay Brown levelled the scores again with his own birdie finish on 15 for a 5/4 win. Charlie Thornton carried on the Yorkshire momentum with a par, birdie, birdie finish to win on the 17th. Then it was Jamie Cooper’s turn to fightback for Wiltshire, closing out his match with a birdie on the 17th. But Yorkshire’s Tom North (pictured top), playing in the last game, took his team over the line on the 18th, having withstood a fightback from Tom Stagg and securing his point with yet another birdie. Barclay Brown who won both his matches today – as did his foursomes partner Charlie Thornton – declared afterwards: “It’s better winning for a team than for yourself!”  He made short work of both his games, and was five-under both morning and afternoon. For Wiltshire’s James Cooper there was also the consolation of a 100% record. “I want to try and win every game as it’s my home club, but as long as the team wins, that’s what matters.” However, that wasn’t to be today. Hertfordshire are making their first appearance at Boys’ County Finals since 2010 – when they won the title. Charlie Wilkinson (pictured below), who clinched the day’s win with his 2up victory, is hoping for a repeat performance and comments: “We have a solid team, the strongest team we can put out.” The team also got ahead of in the morning with two foursomes wins against Northamptonshire and when play started in the afternoon their opening singles was quite spectacular. Danny Daniels, who reached the last eight in the British boys’ championship, took on boy international Callum Farr, who recently helped England to win the Boys’ Home Internationals. Daniels had nine birdies, while Farr had six and the match eventually finished 2/1 in Hertfordshire’s favour. Hertfordshire’s other point was provided by James Clark, who was down for several holes on the outward nine but got ahead as he turned for home and steadily worked his way to a 4/2 win. Hertfordshire team manager Chris James commented: “I’m delighted with them all. They had a great approach and managed their game well and were level-headed all the way round.” Northamptonshire’s singles points were scored by Ben Jones, who won 5/4, and by Luke Barney and Robin Williams, who both won on the last. Tomorrow Yorkshire play Northamptonshire and Hertfordshire take on Wiltshire. Click here for full scores Captions: (Top) Yorkshire’s Tom North took his team over the winning line. (Below) Charlie Wilkinson (left) shakes hands with opponent Fergus Robinson after doing the same for Hertfordshire. (Images © Leaderboard Photography) 23 Aug 2016 Yorkshire and Hertfordshire take first day honours last_img read more

Humboldt State football overcomes injuries, claims 31-27 win at Chadron State

first_imgFor the third time in as many games this season, an opponent’s stadium proved to be a home away from home for the Humboldt State football team.And that’s even with some of their most important players out injured.Despite playing without the likes of Ja’Quan Gardner and Chase Krivashei, Humboldt State’s 1,400-mile trek to Nebraska was a successful one, as the injury-riddled Jacks outlasted Chadron State College in 31-27 win on Saturday afternoon.“We were playing with guys today that a week …last_img

Mailbag: will Joe Thornton play another season with the Sharks?

first_imgSAN JOSE — The golf clubs are back in the garage and that can only mean one thing: we’ve finally reached the stretch run.With the 2019 NHL All-Star Game and the league’s mandatory five-day bye week in the rearview mirror, the Sharks are returning to action on Saturday, kicking off a sprint to the finish line in which they’ll play 30 games in nine weeks.A strong finish could propel the Sharks to a Pacific Division championship, giving the team a smoother path to the Stanley Cup Final. If they …last_img

SA, India sign oil, gas exploration deal

first_img17 August 2012 State oil company PetroSA and Indian oil and gas exploration company Cairn India Group signed a farm-in agreement for crude oil and natural gas exploration in the Orange Basin on the west coast of South Africa in Cape Town on Thursday. The agreement is for the offshore area on the north western border between South Africa and Namibia, which covers an area of 19 922 square kilometres. It is currently in the initial stages of exploration after PetroSA acquired a 1500 square kilometre three-dimensional seismic survey in 2009. The Orange Basin is an emerging hydrocarbon province, with the potential of oil and gas discoveries, and Block 1 will serve as an anchor exploration asset in South Africa, according to PetroSA. Cairn India will hold a 60% interest in the block, through its wholly-owned South African subsidiary, and will be the operator, with PetroSA holding the remaining interest. This falls in line with PetroSA’s ambitions to grow into a leading integrated African energy company. “The company seeks to nurture strategic alliances with experienced international companies across the oil and gas value chain. The partnership with Cairn India starts an exciting new chapter and represents another positive development in that direction,” the company said in a statement. “We are delighted to join hands with one of Asia’s most successful exploration companies. Cairn India brings with it extensive geo-technical and operating capabilities that will combine very well with our experience and understanding of the region,” said PetroSA vice president for new ventures, Everton September. “We have a shared mindset, and together are extremely well placed to realise the full potential of Block 1.” Cairn India Director for Strategy, P Elango, said his company was pleased to partner with PetroSA. “This is an important first step for the company’s growth beyond the Indian subcontinent.” “We see an attractive opportunity to leverage our capabilities in a rapidly emerging area and aspire to build a wider business in the region,” he said. Source: SANews.gov.zalast_img read more

OR Tambo statue unveiled at Joburg airport

first_imgThe statue of late ANC president Oliver Tambo unveiled at OR Tambo International Airport shows his return to South Africa after 30 years in exile.To honour the memory of late ANC president Oliver Tambo, a statue is unveiled at OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg on 19 October 2017, which was declared the Year of OR Tambo by the national government. (Image: Tambo Foundation, Twitter)Brand South Africa reporterA statue of Oliver Reginald Kaizana Tambo was unveiled at OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg on Thursday, 19 October 2017.Tambo, an anti-apartheid activist, was the African National Congress’s first president, serving in the position from 1967 to 1991. He died on 24 April 1993. Tambo would have celebrated his 100th birthday this year, on 27 October. The statue unveiling was part of the OR Tambo centenary celebrations that are being held across the country under the theme “Life and Legacy of OR Tambo”.The 2.5m statue stands in the International Arrivals section of the airport. It depicts Tambo’s arrival at the airport after 30 years in exile. It shows Tambo stepping down from the last two steps of an aeroplane, waving with his left hand; in his right he holds a briefcase.More changes at the airportIt was a day of celebration: before the unveiling of the main statue, the Air Traffic and Navigation Services (ATNS) auditorium and tower – the traffic control centre – was renamed OR Tambo and an OR Tambo bust was also unveiled.Watch: ATNS tower renamed to OR Tambo. #ORTambo100 pic.twitter.com/XDWCkc4mVg— SA Gov News (@SAgovnews) October 19, 2017WATCH: President unveils the bust and Transport Minister Joe Maswanganyi reads the bust #ORTambo100 pic.twitter.com/3JatAcsJ3E— SA Gov News (@SAgovnews) October 19, 2017Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe, one of the celebration programme co-ordinators, said the three events of the day were an opportunity to reflect on the role the stalwart played, especially in the formation of the country’s system of constitutional democracy.President Jacob Zuma said the installation was fitting as it was this airport at which Tambo returned to South Africa in 1990. When Tambo left South Africa on a mission to encourage other nations to institute sanctions against the country, he drove across the border, unnoticed. “When he came back he landed as a hero, a martyr,” said Zuma.Generations will remember OR TamboDali Tambo, son of OR Tambo, was happy with the celebrations. He had gone through four transport ministers and 11 years of campaigning to get a statue of his father installed at the airport, he said. He was pleased it was inside the airport building, because his mother had not liked the idea of it being outside. “Why must people go look for him?”His father would now be remembered by many generations to come – with the statue and information about the struggle hero showcased at the airport, said Dali Tambo. It was a stroke of brilliance to rename Johannesburg International Airport after his father – it was officially renamed OR Tambo International Airport on 27 October 2006.He thanked the people of South Africa who honoured his father in different ways across the country, such as in song, choral music and memorial lectures.In honour of OR TamboEarlier this month, the Reserve Bank and South African Mint released a series of four new commemorative coins honouring the late struggle stalwart. Three of the coins are collectible.In addition, Zuma opened the OR Tambo Heritage Site house in Chelston in Lusaka, Zambia, last week while on a State visit, reported the South African Government News Agency.Source: South African Government News AgencyWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See Using Brand South Africa material.last_img read more

Work goes ahead on Mandela children’s hospital

first_img22 July 2015Construction of the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital, in Parktown, Johannesburg, is going smoothly and is expected to be completed in February 2016.Sibongile Mkhabela, the chief executive of the hospital’s trust, said that on completion, the hospital would be handed over for equipment and interior design features to be installed.“The official opening will then take place late 2016,” said Mkhabela.About 150 doctors and 451 paediatric nurses would be employed once the hospital opened. The first phase of recruitment for the hospital had already started.“There are two aspects to the planning of the recruitment for the hospital. Firstly, is the need to upskill nurses as well as fellowship training (post-graduate doctor training). Training for nurses started in 2014 and will be ongoing, and the fellowship training will begin in the second half of this year,” she said.“Secondly, the actual recruitment process which will be led by an appointed human resource committee. The process of recruiting staff is to start in the last quarter of 2015.”Last week, the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital Trust received a R861 074.27 donation from the Department of International Relations and Co-operation and the diplomatic community during Nelson Mandela International Day celebration in Winterveld, Pretoria.Mkhabela said the trust was honoured to have received the support from the department, its representatives abroad, and the diplomatic community at large. “The advocacy displayed by Ambassador Tebogo Seokolo in not only raising awareness but also ensuring a successful fundraising event is admirable.”Seokolo is South Africa’s ambassador to Austria, Slovakia and Slovenia. He is also the permanent representative to the international organisations.“We are also proud that South Africans heeded the call to action to support us as we make Madiba’s dream a reality. It is because we were able to raise the initial funding locally that we were able to stand proud as we invited international donors to join us as partners in this legacy project,” she said.The hospital will be the second children’s hospital in South Africa; the first is the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital, in Rondebosch, Cape Town.Source: SAnews.govlast_img read more

HISTORY IN THE MAKING

first_imgThere are plenty of aspects about Touch Footy that are unique and one of those is the way that our state and national competitions cater for the masters of our sport. One of the most encouraging sights at the Queensland State Cup and also the New South Wales State Cup is the number of senior players who have traveled to the event. It’s fantastic to see the experienced players, still fit, fast and strong, out on the fields, showing their skills and smarts. Many of these seniors are here because they’ve always been good players. They’ve kept involved with the sport not only because they love it, but because it’s a way to stay fit and healthy, they can catch up with old friends and they can take part with their families. Others are involved because they desire to keep representing their region, state and nation at competitions, including recent international competitions such as the All Nations Championships or the NTL. With so many of our elite Open representatives heading towards their early 30’s, the number of male and female players eligible for the over 30’s is rapidly rising and ensuring that our 30’s sides could just challenge the caliber of our Opens sides. The other great aspect of seeing these senior players still dominating the sport is the experience they pass on to their younger counterparts. Neil Ward, past Australian Mens Open captain, is here in Queensland playing for the Toowoomba Mens Open side. The invaluable experience, leadership and knowledge he brings to their side will no doubt help them through to the finals series. Scott Notley is also here with kids in hand and a leading role in the Ipswich Mens 35’s side. Angela Barr, one of Australia’s most capped representatives, has played at 4 World Cups and in countless other Australian sides and tours and still carves up the Womens Open competition here at Kawana. Playing alongside current Australian Womens Open Captain Sharyn Williams, Angela is no doubt passing along incredible knowledge to the many young players in the Sharks Womens Open side. In New South Wales the situation is no different, with Mark `Bus’ Boland continuing to increase his legend status as he is back for his 20th year competing in the Mens Open competition. For the Penrith Mens Open side, coach David Collins is well aware of how these senior players can positively influence their side’s success. David Cheung has represented Australian senior sides on several tours, including the recent All Nations tour and the 2003 World Cup and is playing alongside youngster Ben Moylan, just 16 years old and recently selected in the Australian 18’s development squad. In both NSW and Queensland there are countless past and present Australian Open and Senior representatives. All I have done here is list just a few. It’s fantastic for the development of our future starts to be playing with and against, or even just watching, these players who have been such important members of past Australian Open teams and recent senior teams and will continue to play such a crucial role in the development of our sport. By Rachel Grantlast_img

9 months agoMan City boss Guardiola: I’m not going to talk about the Ajax player

first_imgMan City boss Guardiola: I’m not going to talk about the Ajax playerby Paul Vegas9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester City boss Pep Guardiola is tightlipped on their interest in Ajax midfielder Frenkie de Jong.Guardiola says the competition in the transfer market is big and players normally choose Real Madrid and Barcelona faster than City. City must therefore be “fast and efficient”.Asked about competing for De Jong, Guardiola continued: “The club knows that it has become more expensive for all clubs. It is what it is. “But I’m not going to talk about the Ajax player, because he is an Ajax player.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img

Five Musicians 15 Dates 90 Songs Millions of Fans One Unforgettable Summer

first_imgAdvertisement “We have filmed hundreds of hours of footage from the tour and beyond,” said Scot McFadyen, co-founder of Banger Films. “This stands to be a powerful cinematic music doc that captures a nation’s love for a band whose music and lyrics embody the Canadian spirit.”From visceral celebration of performances where the whole arena jumped in unison, to singular moments of appreciation, grief, and love, viewers will be given a unique perspective on this ambitious arena tour, which sold out in minutes, as well as the reactions from their devoted fans.In stunning 4K, MAN MACHINE POEM will include select performances from the Man Machine Poem tour that took the band from Victoria, B.C. to Kingston, Ont., as they played close to 90 different songs from their albums through the years – a unique selection for each concert.Capturing these iconic performances and the profound reactions from fans, the documentary encourages viewers to stop and reflect on the shared experience and collective appreciation for this music that somehow embodies what it means to be Canadian. MAN MACHINE POEM is the definitive document of The Hip’s final tour. MAN MACHINE POEM (working title) is directed by Canadian documentary filmmakers  Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de Pencier (Manufactured Landscapes, Act of God, Watermark), and produced by Scot McFadyen (RUSH: BEYOND THE LIGHTED STAGE) and Sam Dunn (METAL: A HEADBANGER’S JOURNEY), in association with Shed Creative (a division of Universal Music Canada). Music Consultant is Tyson Parker, Bell Media. Production Executive is Robin Johnston, Bell Media. Corrie Coe is Senior Vice-President, Independent Production, Bell Media. Mike Cosentino is Senior Vice-President, CTV and Specialty, Bell Media. Tracey Pearce is President, Distribution and Pay, Bell Media. Randy Lennox is President, Broadcasting and Content, Bell Media.  Elevation Pictures Corp. will distribute the film internationally and is planning a special theatrical release in Canada next year. Facebook Advertisement Login/Register With: LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Twitter Advertisement The Tragically Hip’s 2016 epic cross-Canada tour, culminating in a highly charged and powerful concert in their hometown of Kingston, Ont., captured the heart of the country. Bell Media is teaming up with Canada’s foremost chroniclers of popular music, Banger Films, in association with Shed Creative (a division of Universal Music Canada), and one of the country’s most celebrated documentary filmmaking teams, Jennifer Baichwal and Nicholas de Pencier, to take viewers on-stage, in the crowd and behind-the-scenes of this historic tour. Commissioned by Bell Media and coming to multiple Bell Media channels and platforms in 2017, MAN MACHINE POEM (working title) is a feature documentary that follows The Tragically Hip’s momentous cross-country tour after the band’s announcement that lead singer Gord Downie has incurable brain cancer.The documentary event special will premiere exclusively across an array of Bell Media TV and on-demand platforms, including national pay service The Movie Network, leading specialty channel MUCH, and to a mass audience on Canada’s most-watched network, CTV, before moving exclusively to CraveTV.“We are incredibly honoured to share this amazing moment in Canadian history with the band and viewers across the country,” said Randy Lennox, President, Broadcasting and Content, Bell Media. “MAN MACHINE POEM comes from a dream team behind the camera and we know they’ll show Canada a side of The Hip we’ve never seen before.”last_img read more