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Slots Access to information is one of the best things about living in this past decade. Video slots were new, but so many people wanted to play them that it ballooned and ballooned to what it was then and is today. The number of players around the world who play video slots consistently in websites, online casinos, etc. is unbelievable big and is only growing as the opportunity became easier to play. Topics: Casino & games Product & technology Slots Can you imagine your grandmother being first in putting on special glasses to play something? It’s just not going to happen. Lesson #11: The death of augmented reality slots Lesson #10: The emergence of 3D slots At the time it was technologically new, the players had not really seen those, and it was assumed that this would amaze and awe players. It was assumed that KPI’s would rise. But the reality was that it wasn’t as popular as people expected. In fact, those slots usually did worse. Guy Hasson’s lessons from a storied career in slot development continue, with warnings about augmented reality and 3D, and why slots will never die. A few small slot companies tried it and failed. A few big companies tried in order to have the technology, and then shelved it. A few years ago, when Pokemon Go broke out in a supernova with its augmented reality, it seemed like the entire start-up world went crazy. And that included slot creators. Something to think about. Why? Because the players do not play slots for technological wonder, but to escape reality into nostalgia and fantasy. The companies spent their efforts on the technology and making it look cool, rather than on what makes slots work: the theme, the symbols, and the math. Everyone tried to imitate the success of Pokemon Go, in all games. Three new slot start-ups approached me and asked me to help create an augmented reality slot game. Lesson #12: Slots will never die Which means that slot players are not first adopters, certainly not of technology. Augmented reality and virtual reality slots will return, in a big way, but only when grandmothers and grandfathers are the last adopters, not the first adopters. “It’s the next big thing,” each told me in his/her own words. Pretty early on in 2010 and 2011 new slot companies emerged, in both real money and social, that offered 3D animations and 3D characters as symbols for their slots. With today’s information you see how many people play, how long they play, how often, how they spend their paycheck immediately after getting it , etc. 20th May 2021 | By contenteditor AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter For this, I pulled out knowledge I received pretty early in my career: The age of the slot players. Slot players are relatively old. A 45-year-old is a young slot player. Not all slot players, but many of them are in their fifties, sixties, seventies, and upwards. First lessons in slots: Lessons #10 to #12 The longer this lasts, the more clear it is that gambling (and slots in particular) is a part of human nature. People did it when it was illegal and still do it where it continues to be illegal. And people do it when it’s legal. Regardless of the future of technology, slots will never go away, because they fulfill a need in human nature. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Tags: First lessons in slots Back when I was in Playtech, the supplier was already a giant in the field, employing more than 600 in the company. But Playtech was just a few years old. And I heard some stories from one of the first employees about how it had started Guy Hasson worked for Playtech for three years before becoming Playtika’s content manager, responsible for the content of Slotomania and Caesars Casino. He is now a social slot consultant, specialising in game popularity. Email Address
Anglo American Plc (ANGLO.bw) listed on the Botswana Stock Exchange under the Mining sector has released it’s 2018 presentation For more information about Anglo American Plc (ANGLO.bw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Anglo American Plc (ANGLO.bw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Anglo American Plc (ANGLO.bw) 2018 presentation Company ProfileAnglo American Plc is a diversified mining enterprise with extensive interests in gold, platinum, diamonds, coal, metals, industrial minerals, paper and packaging, and financial and technological support. Anglo American Plc has an international footprint, with operations and undeveloped resources in Africa, Europe, South and North America and Australia. Anglo American’s diamond interests are represented by a 45% share holding in De Beers. The company produces approximately 35% (by value) of the world’s rough diamonds from its mines in Botswana, Canada, Namibia and South Africa. The government of the Republic of Botswana has a 15% beneficial interest. De Beers is a 50/50 partner with GRB in the Debswana Diamond Company. Debswana operates two of the world’s largest diamond mines in Botswana; Jwaneng and Orapa Mines.
Area: 6000 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project Projects ArchDaily 2017 Photographs Chilmark House / Gray Organschi Architecture + Aaron SchillerSave this projectSaveChilmark House / Gray Organschi Architecture + Aaron Schiller Architects: Aaron Schiller, Gray Organschi Architecture Area Area of this architecture project Photographs: David Sundberg / Esto Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project “COPY” “COPY” Year: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/871154/chilmark-house-gray-organschi-architecture-plus-aaron-schiller Clipboard United States ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/871154/chilmark-house-gray-organschi-architecture-plus-aaron-schiller Clipboard CopyHouses•Dukes County, United States Chilmark House / Gray Organschi Architecture + Aaron Schiller Manufacturers: Connecticut Stone, Solar Innovations, Bayerwald Fenster Hausturen, Floor Works, Inc., Livingstone Concrete, Specialty Builders SupplyStructural Engineer:Justin JacobsonProject Supervisor:Jeff WassArchitects In Charge:David Sheerin, Britt Brown Hayes, Marion Forbes, Alan Organschi, Lisa Gray, Eero Puurunen, Aaron SchillerCity:Dukes CountyCountry:United StatesMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© David Sundberg / EstoText description provided by the architects. Chilmark’s long agrarian history on the windswept southern edge of Martha’s Vineyard underpins the design approach to this house and studio for a multi-generational family. The site, a former sheep grazing field, overlooks Chilmark pond, with long views to the Atlantic, and is edged by a series of Chilmark’s massive, meandering stone fences. In deference to the field’s history, and to the simple New England forms that shape the area’s architectural heritage, we developed the house and studio as a pair of barns with low pitched roofs that sit quietly in the landscape. Two buildings form a series of courtyards and outdoor spaces, with varying degrees of privacy and views. In a nod to New England’s bank barns, the long barn is set into the hillside, diminishing its scale from the north and creating direct connections to the outside from both upper and lower levels.Save this picture!© David Sundberg / EstoAt the heart of this design process lies a mentorship and evolving collaboration. Five years ago, Alan Organschi was approached by his student, Aaron Schiller, whom he had taught during Yale’s first year building project. Aaron asked Gray Organschi to share the firm’s long experience with house design and to work collaboratively on the project. Aaron, whose family had spent decades in Chilmark and had outgrown their beloved A-frame, led the family quest for a new piece of land that would accommodate a family compound and, after years of searching, he found this rare piece of land.Save this picture!© David Sundberg / EstoSave this picture!Lower Level PlanSave this picture!© David Sundberg / EstoSave this picture!Upper Level PlanSave this picture!© David Sundberg / EstoThe simple, dark buildings are approached via a farm road that winds through Chilmark’s dense thicket of scrub oak. A broad stair links a large south-facing porch back to the farm road and provides pedestrian access through the field to the beaches beyond. Based in a shared love of the dense aggregation of New England’s farm complexes, we sited the studio and the house barns tightly together, creating a charged outdoor space between them, which provides the approach to the house’s entrance. The sweeping Atlantic views are only experienced after a visitor enters the house; the northwest entry courtyard is edged by a mute, charred cedar wall with screened apertures, creating a private courtyard with views west over the rolling fields and stone fences. Inside the dark buildings, bleached ash lines all surfaces. The ceilings in the public rooms lift to the high ridges, with dropped areas to create a children’s sleeping loft high in the roof. The lower level creates a series of bedrooms with shared spaces between that look into light wells, landscaped with local rocks and moss.Save this picture!© David Sundberg / EstoProject gallerySee allShow lessStudents Construct Timber Structures in the Argentinian Countryside at Hello Wood Ar…ArticlesA Triangulated Ramp Made For People With Reduced Mobility In MindMisc Share Houses Save this picture!© David Sundberg / Esto+ 23 Share CopyAbout this officeGray Organschi ArchitectureOfficeFollowAaron SchillerOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesDukes CountyUnited StatesPublished on May 12, 2017Cite: “Chilmark House / Gray Organschi Architecture + Aaron Schiller” 12 May 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Syracuse, N.Y. — April 28, Workers Memorial Day, commemorates workers killed, injured or made ill at their jobs. That day, Antonio Salinas chalked the outline of a fallen person on the pavement in downtown Syracuse. Salinas, a dairy farm worker from Mexico, was seriously hurt on a forklift last October at the Central New York business where he worked and lived. No longer able to do his job, he was evicted by the farm owner who denied the injury was related to his work.Salinas, along with others from the Workers Center of Central New York (WC-CNY), marked the day by leafleting other workers and making street art. Some bore signs: “We mourn the dead, we fight for the living/ Honremos a los muertos, luchemos por los vivos.” (tinyurl.com/jpxodnl) Workers Center of Central New York demonstrates in Syracuse, April 28.Photo: Rosa MejiasIn Central New York in 2015, 42 workers died on the job, including Sean Tilghman, a sanitation worker who was hit by a speeding car and died instantly on the street. He was one of the 4,600 workers killed each year on their jobs in the United States, according to Occupational Safety and Health Administration data. That doesn’t count the estimated 50,000 others who die from illnesses caused by their jobs. (tinyurl.com/zb7vaoo)Dorothy Wigmore, with the Occupational Health Clinical Centers of SUNY Upstate Medical Center, has highlighted sobering facts about workplace injuries and deaths: Though headlines dramatize fatalities among police, sanitation workers, like Tilghman, die at twice the rate as cops and almost seven times the rate of firefighters. The top 20 low-wage U.S. jobs — mostly held by women — have 77 percent of reported job-linked injuries and illness. Over half of serious work injuries are not even reported.Health and safety are where bosses often cut corners first. Estimates on injury numbers run low because only immediate “lost time” injuries are counted, but not others like repetitive-stress injuries to factory workers or illnesses like cancer caused by workplace toxins.There are many hidden work-related injuries. Workers with the lowest wages, disproportionately Black and Latino/a workers, also have the highest hypertension rates. The growing “gig economy” means more bad health for workers, as “temps” are 50 percent more likely to be hurt at work than “regular” employees. (syr.com)Under capitalism, worker deaths and injuries are calculated by the bosses as part of the cost of “doing business.” Employers don’t risk much by endangering employees. Under OSHA penalties, the recent average employer cost for an injured worker was $2,148. For a dead worker? The median penalty to employers was $7,000. (tinyurl.com/hn36bkd)Migrant workers fight for workplace safetyLatino/a workers are 9 percent more likely to be killed or injured on the job, given higher rates of high-risk manual work. The AFL-CIO “Death on the Job” says 64 percent of Latino/a workplace deaths in 2014 were immigrant workers. (tinyurl.com/axw6cgf)Organizer Nikeeta Slade at the WC-CNY is particularly concerned about Mexican, Guatemalan and Honduran migrant workers, who are often reluctant to report safety violations for fear they will be forced to leave the country.But WC-CNY member Antonio Salinas is part of a growing movement of migrant and immigrant workers fighting for workplace safety. After his injury and loss of work, Salinas filed a medical appeal with workers’ compensation. After months in a legal labyrinth he won the right to medical benefits and back wages. He says he is committed to fighting because “We come here to make a living, not to lose our life.”Crispin Hernandez and Saul Pinto, also of the WC-CNY, exposed unsafe working conditions in Lowville at Marks Farm, which employed them as dairy workers. Their boss fired them for reporting him to OSHA. On Workers Memorial Day they received the “Health and Safety Heroism at Work” award from the CNY Area Labor Federation, AFL-CIO, for their courage. Speaking at a WC-CNY May Day celebration, Hernandez said: “I was trying to better conditions for myself and my co-workers. Unity makes power.” (workerscentercny.org/blog-2)On April 28, as workers across the U.S. remembered their fallen and injured comrades, striking Verizon workers walked the picket line in front of a Syracuse-area tech-support call center where almost 300 people are usually at work. They are members of the Communication Workers and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. Some do very dangerous jobs, including aerial and transformer installation. Call center workers’ and telephone operators’ jobs are ranked the third most stressful in the workplace. (tinyurl.com/gnxxp4p)On the line, workers emphasized they’re fighting for both a fair contract and safe working conditions. They told this reporter: “We are not striking just for ourselves. We are doing this for everyone.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Facebook By admin – June 12, 2018 Modifications to the charter performance contract with Ector Success Academy Network and asking the human resources department to prepare a form to send to superintendent search firms were approved by the Ector County Independent School District Board of Trustees.The meeting was a work study session, but these two elements, along with approval of a board policy regarding partnership charters, were action items. The policy also was approved.Other things on the agenda were for discussion.ECISD has eight campuses on improvement required status under state accountability regulations. Ector Middle School, Noel and Zavala elementary are in their fifth year. If the campuses don’t come off the list, they will face closure or the Texas Education Commissioner will appoint a board of managers over the whole district.Pending approval of the contract by the Texas Education Agency, Ector Success Academy Network is the nonprofit that will run Ector Middle School.According to the TEA communications department, ECISD has received approval for the partnership contingent upon some technical modifications to the performance contract. The district must provide those modifications by July 2.The agreement, which would take effect in July, could potentially be for 10 years, but if quick success is not achieved they could be out in two years. TEA’s sanctions would be stayed for those two years.The board on Tuesday also approved having the district human resources department prepare a form to request proposals from superintendent search firms. Superintendent Tom Crowe has announced that he is retiring effective Dec. 22.Board members discussed various search firm possibilities in Texas. Trustee Delma Abalos and Secretary Donna Smith said they would like a nationwide search and the rest of the board agreed.Carol Gregg, board president, said there is a limited pool of superintendents nationwide. “Superintendents don’t grow on trees,” Gregg said.The panel also discussed a request to approve the 2018-19 budget.The school board is legally required to approve three separate budgets — general fund, food service and debt service, the board recap said.The proposed general fund budget is $269.06 million — a $26 million increase. It does not include any raises for employees, but it does include the retention incentive for positions that qualify for one.The board is expected to vote on the budget at its 6 p.m. June 26 meeting.However, that includes potential revenue of more than $11.4 million if a tax ratification election passes.That election could be held in September, but has not yet been called by the board.Estimated increases in tax collections, foundation school funding and state revenue add up to approximately $14.8 million in addition funding, the recap said.Those gains will be offset by increases in expenses for staffing changes such as hiring teachers and aides for increasing enrollment. An estimated 1,000 more students are projected for next year which would bring in $3.8 million.Also included in the increase is the Ector Middle School initiative ($1.3 million); an increase in campus and student allotments to pre-cut levels ($2.39 million); an increase in estimated Teacher Retirement System benefit costs of $1.195 million; an increase in property insurance premiums of $705,000; an increase in estimated health insurance and workers comp costs of $715,000; and increased operational needs ($534,000).The projected increases in revenue also fall short of replacing the more than $30 million that has been cut or not spent. There have been no staff raises for the past two years due to the drop in appraised property values, the recap said.The board also discussed a request for approval of a resolution authorizing the issuance of $20 million in maintenance tax notes to help ECISD through its months of low tax collections. Chief Financial Officer David Harwell said the money would be paid back to Frost Bank by March 2019.The district has done this previously. An alternative would be using money held in long-term investments to help with cash flow concerns, but the interest paid on the tax notes could be less than the interest gained on the long-term investments, the recap said.The $20 million represents about one month of operating costs, the recap said.In the public comment section of the meeting, Texas Rep. Brooks Landgraf, R-Odessa, asked the board if there was anything he could do for them since the legislative session starts in January 2019.Landgraf said he knows there are a number of challenges ECISD and other districts are facing.Landgraf said he voted for the law will take over school districts if they do not come off the improvement required list after five years. He said the law was not implemented as intended and it points to a larger problem of an assault on local control.Gregg said the law doesn’t seem to address the problem and doesn’t have any impact on fixing the problem.She added that getting an outside entity to partner with the district is difficult and complex.Landgraf said he wrote a letter to Texas Commissioner of Education Mike Morath in support of the Ector charter concept.He added that he also filed bills that were not supported to repeal recapture in its current form and high-stakes testing. Under recapture, or Robin Hood as it’s commonly known, property wealthy school districts give some of their funds to poorer districts.In other business:Trustees discussed the reorganization of the board’s officers — president, vice president and secretary. Board members will vote for new officers at the June 26 meeting. 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News UpdatesAllahabad HC Contributes 3.3 Crore To PM’s Relief Fund; 10 Suites At HC Guest House To Be Used As Quarantine Centers [Read Press Release] LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK7 April 2020 5:40 AMShare This – xThe Judges of the Allahabad High Court Officers/Officials of the Registry and other Officers/Officials of the subordinate courts have contributed a sum of Rs. 3,31,06,849/- towards the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund, in view of the impending threat of COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, the high court Judges both in Prayagraj and in Lucknow have been providing food packets to the…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Judges of the Allahabad High Court Officers/Officials of the Registry and other Officers/Officials of the subordinate courts have contributed a sum of Rs. 3,31,06,849/- towards the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund, in view of the impending threat of COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, the high court Judges both in Prayagraj and in Lucknow have been providing food packets to the district administration for distribution to the needy people in the city. The Judicial Research and Training Institute at Lucknow has in fact established a kitchen in its premises where from 125 food packets per day are provided to the District Administration, Lucknow for distribution among the needy people. Inter alia, the High Court Chief Justice, Justice Govind Mathur has contributed an additional sum of Rs. 1 Lakh towards the Chief Minister’s Distress Relief Fund. A cheque for the same was handed over to the District Magistrate, Prayagraj on Sunday. The High Court has also provided 10 suites at the High Court Guest House, Drummond Road to the District Administration for their use as quarantine centers. Read Notification Next Story
Top StoriesSupreme Court Extends Terms Of Members Of Second National Judicial Pay Commission Srishti Ojha27 March 2021 7:59 PMShare This – xSupreme Court has on Friday directed that the term of the members of the Second National Judicial Pay Commission to be extended till 30th April 2021. The term of the Commission was scheduled to end on 31st March 2021. A three-judge Bench of CJI Bobde, Justice Bopanna and Justice Ramasubramanian extended the terms of Justice (Retd.) P.V. Reddy and Justice (Retd.) R. Basant till 30th April….Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginSupreme Court has on Friday directed that the term of the members of the Second National Judicial Pay Commission to be extended till 30th April 2021. The term of the Commission was scheduled to end on 31st March 2021. A three-judge Bench of CJI Bobde, Justice Bopanna and Justice Ramasubramanian extended the terms of Justice (Retd.) P.V. Reddy and Justice (Retd.) R. Basant till 30th April. The Court has also extended the term of the deputation of the Member Secretary so that he may attend the duties of the Commission.The Commission formed by the Apex Court has already submitted its report on issues of pay, pension and allowances with reference to subordinate judiciary but is yet to submit its report regarding issue of service conditions.The court was hearing plea by All India Judges Association seeking review of service conditions of the judicial officers of subordinate judiciary in India, including but not limited to pay scales, retirement age, pension, and other emoluments. The Supreme Court through its order dated 9th May 2017 had directed constitution of Second National Judicial Pay Commission headed by Justice PV Reddi to look into these issues.The extension of term has been granted in pursuance of a letter by the Amicus curiae Adv Parameshwar dated 24th March stating that the Commission requires extension of one month to submit its report regarding third term of reference.According to the Amicus Curiae’s letter addressed to the Secretary General, the Commission has already submitted its main report on first two terms of reference and will be submitting its report on residual matters on 26th March 2021. He further stated that the Commission, whose term is currently expiring on 31st March 2021 requires an extension 30th April to submit its report regarding third term of reference.The All India Judges Association was represented by Senior Advocate Gourab Banerji before the top CourtRepresentation by All India Judges Association to Second National Judical Pay Commission dated 19th November:The All India Judges Association had on 19th November 2020 submitted a representation to the Second National Judicial Pay Commission to take up these issues in accordance with terms of reference as set out in order dated 9th May 2017 as well as the notification dated 16th November 2017. The issues asked to be taken up included examination of work methods and work environment for the purposes of promoting efficiency judicial Administration, optimising the size of judiciary and to remove anomalies created in implementation of earlier recommendation.The terms of reference also extend to other issues such as gender sensitisation of the judges of district judiciary, training in using technology for the purposes of research and conducting trial etc.The representation was made requesting the Commission to initiate hearing regarding conditions of judges and for suggesting solutions to remove anomalies in the report of the First Judicial Pay Commission.• The Association pointed out the following anomalies created by implementation of recommendations of Shetty Commission which require proper rectification:• No promotion from cadre of civil judge to District Judge. Large age difference between direct recruits and promotes disturbing harmony between two stream of appointees.• Less opportunities to district judges to get elevation and silence on process adopted for silence.• Issue of inter-se seniority amongst district judgesAccording to the association, after implementation of recommendations of FJPC it was noticed that some of the recommendations created adverse effect ok career of judicial officers which is demoralising spirit of judicial officers particularly those recruited in cadre of civil judge as they’ve to go on performing stressful duty of a judge without any hope of getting timely promotion and financial upgradation.The petitioner stated that in view of the terms of reference of the Commission, the SNJPC has to hear all stakeholders regarding service conditions of judges by exploring all topics and assist trial court judiciary to have better work environment, better safety and timely opportunities of promotions.The petitioner association through its representation urged the Commission to remove the anomalies created by recommendations of FJPC and give opportunity to all stakeholders to submit their submissions regarding service conditions.Background: The present plea was filed by Advocate Mayuri Raghuvanshi for constitution of All India Judicial Commission to review the service conditions of the judges of the district judiciary, and court had issued notice was on 14th Sept 2015. The Court had on 09/05/2017 passed an order directing the Union of India to set up a commission headed by Justice P. Venkatarama Reddi, former judge of the Supreme Court.The Court had directed constitution of Second National Judicial Pay Commission, with following terms of reference:• Evolve principles which should govern structure of pay and other emoluments to judicial officers from subordinate judiciary.• Examine present structure of emoluments and service conditions, considering existing relativities in pay structure between officers from subordinate judiciary vis-a-vis other civil servants• Examine work methods, environment, variety of allowance available in addition to pay and remove anomalies from implementation of earlier recommendations.• Recommend interim reliefs to all categories of judicial officers• Recommend mechanism for setting up of a Permanent commission to review pay and service conditions of members of subordinate judiciary periodically by an Independent commission exclusively constituted.When the Commission started its functioning, it declared that it would function in three phases. In the first phase, it will decide about interim monitory relief as other government servants are already enjoying hike in salary because of implementation of seventh Central pay commission. In the second phase decided decided to consider pay, allowances and pension and third phase the issues regarding service conditions would be consideredThe commission has submitted its report regarding pay, pension and allowances. Due to the Covid pandemic the commission was unable to resume hearing. The report on the third term of reference being the service conditions is yet to be submitted by the Commission.Click Hear To Download/Read OrderSubscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story