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  • Internet access restored as Myanmar coup protests grow

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  • Tank-emptying made simple

    first_imgGerman Railway’s Stuttgart works has produced a range of small retention tank emptying vehicles using pumped collection tanks from Sanivac.The battery-powered carts are small enough for convenient use at stations or carriage depots. The batteries power built-in pumps to transfer waste from the train’s tanks into a transfer tank on the vehicle. Headlights provide adequate working illumination, regardless of trackside floodlighting.Tank emptying is achieved by simply reversing the pump direction to discharge through the connection hose. If a waste disposal drain is convenient to the on-board tank, the pump unit can be used to empty effluent directly.Sanivac Vakuumtechnik GmbHWedel, GermanyReader Enquiry Number 144last_img

  • Dave Wagstaffe: Funeral for Wolves winger

    first_imgThe funeral of Wolverhampton Wanderers legend Dave Wagstaffe will be held later.Wagstaffe, who died on 6 August aged 70 after a short illness, made 324 league appearances for Wolves.The winger, whose nickname was Waggy, helped Wolves beat his former team Manchester City 2-1 in the 1974 League Cup final at Wembley.Fans have been invited to the service at St Peter’s Collegiate Church, Wolverhampton, at 12:30 BST.Wagstaffe left Wolves in 1976 for Blackburn and had two spells at the Lancashire club, either side of a brief period at Blackpool.While at Blackburn he became the first player to receive a red card in English football. The winger came through the Manchester City youth system, but spent 12 years of his career at Wolves.During his time at Molineux, he was part of the team that finished runners-up to Tottenham in the 1972 Uefa Cup, scoring in the second leg of the final.last_img read more

  • Chelsea line-up v Aston Villa – Cuadrado to make his debut for Blues?

    first_img Juan Cuadrado could make his Chelsea debut this weekend 1 Chelsea have the opportunity to keep Man City at arms’ length, as they take on Aston Villa this weekend.Clashes between the two usually result in goals and while star frontman Diego Costa continues to serve the remainder of his suspension, the Premier League leaders will be confident against a Villa side that has been leaking goals.Blues’ boss Jose Mourinho broke his self-imposed media silence in his pre-match press conference to lambast the continued absence of Costa, but on a more positive note, he touched on the transfer deadline day arrival of Juan Cuadrado from Fiorentina, hinting that the Colombian could be in line to make his debut at Villa Park.One player who will miss out though is full-back Filipe Luis, who is struggling with a calf injury.Cesc Fabregas is expected to return to the starting XI after overcoming the hamstring injury that saw him miss last weekend’s 1-1 draw with City, but it seems as though Gary Cahill will have to remain patient for his return, with Kurt Zouma once again tipped to start in his place.Below is how Chelsea could line-up:GoalkeeperThibaut Courtois was at fault for City’s equaliser last weekend, but admirably saved efforts from Sergio Aguero and Fernandinho around the rare error. The Belgian will learn from the experience and continues to impress on a weekly basis. The Champions League ties against Paris Saint-Germain loom later this month may encourage Mourinho to rest his number one goalkeeper, but it’s unlikely to be this weekend.DefenceGary Cahill is in danger of being eclipsed by youngster Kurt Zouma who has taken to the Premier League like a duck to water. Mourinho called the 20-year-old the best young defender in the world with Raphael Varane and he gave another fantastic performance last weekend beside captain John Terry. Brainslav Ivanovic was passed fit last weekend and delivered the pinpoint pass to Eden Hazard that cut through City’s defence for the goal. He and Cesar Azpilcueta should retain their places.MidfieldExpect Chelsea to be back at their free flowing best with Cesc Fabregas back in the side to partner Nemanja Matic. The playmaker has shaken off the hamstring injury that left the Blues weakened against City’s attacking prowess last time out. The dynamic duo with Willian, Oscar and Hazard ahead can make sure Villa aren’t afforded the same opportunities.ForwardThe Blues’ boss gave nothing away before the game, but Loic Remy’s wonderfully taken goal last weekend should earn the Frenchman another Premier League start. The striker proved his pace and quick reflexes, making him a more powerful starting asset than Didier Drogba, who has to be more pragmatic in his own approach.Chelsea fans, how do you think you’ll line-up this weekend? Comment below…last_img read more

  • Memory ‘bottled’ in e-mail

    first_imgNEW YORK – In the year 2009, on April 25, a man named Greg is supposed to get an e-mail. It will remind him that he is his own best friend and worst enemy, that he once dated a woman named Michelle, and that he planned to major in computer science. “More importantly,” the e-mail says, “are you wearing women’s clothing?” The e-mail was sent by Greg himself – through a Web site called FutureMe.org. It is one of the messages open to public view at the site, and Greg used only his first name. FutureMe, co-founded by a Yale University graduate student and his San Francisco-based partner, is one of a handful of Web sites that let people send e-mails to themselves and others for delivery years in the future. They are technology’s answer to time capsules, trading on people’s sense of curiosity, accountability and nostalgia. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORERose Parade grand marshal Rita Moreno talks New Year’s Day outfit and ‘West Side Story’ remake “(Sending) messages into the future is something that people have always sought to do,” said Paul Saffo, director of the Institute for the Future, a research group. “In a way, it’s a statement of optimism.” Matt Sly came up with the concept for FutureMe.org about four years ago after recalling how, in his school days, he had been given assignments to write letters to himself. Sly, 29, who partnered with 31-year-old Jay Patrikios of San Francisco on the project, said the site has made maybe $58 through donations. It is not a reminder service, and users should think in the long term, Sly said. FutureMe and other service providers try to make the delivery process fail-safe through partnerships or back-up software, and they urge people to hang on to their e-mail address, but there’s no ironclad guarantee that the message will ever arrive. FutureMe lets people send messages for delivery up to 30 years from now, though Sly said most users schedule their e-mails to be sent within three years. “We want people to think about their future and what their goals and dreams and hopes and fears are,” he said. “We’re trying to facilitate some serious existential pondering.” He said many of the messages do one of two basic things: Note what the person was doing at the time the message was written, and ask in the future whether the person has met years-earlier aspirations. “The tone … is not always friendly,” said Sly. “It’s often like ‘Get off your lazy butt.”‘ Recently, Forbes.com jumped on the idea, offering an “e-mail time capsule” promotion. More than 140,000 letters were collected over about six weeks. Nearly 20 percent are supposed to land in the sender’s in-box in 20 years, but others are for shorter time frames. Forbes.com is partnering with Yahoo! and Codefix Consulting on the project. “A lot of people have kind of been freaked out by it,” said David Ewalt, a Forbes.com writer who worked on the project. “It really makes you stop and think about your life in a way that you usually don’t.” Another type of future message service can be found at sites such as myLastEmail.com or LastWishes.com, which promise to send messages to loved ones – or others – after the writer’s death. Paul Hudson, co-founder of the International Time Capsule Society, said e-mail time capsules were new to him. “Part of the value of time capsules are that they are thought processes in the present,” said Hudson, a historian who teaches at Georgia Perimeter College. “You define yourself when you do a time capsule. It might be a good exercise in introspection.” But sometimes the past is best left behind, said Saffo, who personally finds the whole thing “sad and really weird.” “The lesson about all these things – it’s the lesson from time capsules – is you have to be careful lest you set yourself up for enormous embarrassment in two decades,” Saffo said. “Do you really want to be reminded that you thought ABBA was cool?” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more