Just over half a century ago, English band Electric Light Orchestra formed in Birmingham, England. Their fusion of pop music and classical arrangements blew audiences away and they went on to sell more than 50…
Could a flexible processor stuck on your produce track the freshness of your cantaloupe? That`s the idea behind the latest processor from UK computer chip designer Arm, which says such a device could be manufactured for pennies by printing circuits directly onto paper, cardboard or cloth. From a report: The technology could give trillions of everyday items such as clothes and food containers the ability to collect, process and transmit data across the internet -- something that could be as convenient for retailers as it is concerning for privacy advocates. In recent decades, processors have reduced in size and price to the point that they are now commonly used in everything from televisions to washing machines and watches. But almost all chips manufactured today are rigid devices created on silicon wafers in highly specialised and costly factories where dozens of complex chemical and mechanical processes take up to eight weeks from start to finish. Now, Arm has developed a 32-bit processor called PlasticARM with circuits and components that are printed onto a plastic substrate, just as a printer deposits ink on paper. James Myers at Arm says the processor can run a variety of programs, although it currently uses read-only memory so is only able to execute the code it was built with. Future versions will use fully programmable and flexible memory. Read more of this story at Slashdot.
The group of Texas House Democrats who fled their state for Washington, D.C. held a press conference marking the halfway point of the special session they are blocking and said they will stay away for the last two weeks of the session, criticized the election integrity law they are blocking, and accused Gov. Greg Abbott of politically motivated blackmail.
Trevor Bauer and his attorney showed up to an L.A. courtroom Friday ... making it clear they`re ready to fight the pitcher`s assault accuser`s allegations. Bauer -- wearing a purple suit, pink shirt and tie -- showed up just after morning…
Dubrow says she wanted the show to be "Helpful, not harmful." Heather Dubrow is adamant she isn`t the one responsible for Kelly Dodd losing her orange. While Dubrow`s return to "Real Housewives of Orange County" was announced the same time Dodd was axed from the series, she denied having enough sway to get the controversial cast member fired. "I think you would know that anyone that thinks they have that kind of power on a show like this really is very misguided," Dubrow told E! News` Daily Pop on Friday , after being asked whether it was true she would only return if Dodd was out. "Having said that, when I left the show I felt like the culture of the show was changing and it wasn`t really in line with who I am or was something that I felt comfortable in." She added that, before signing on, she "wanted to make sure that the show was going to be moving into a direction" she could "thrive in," citing Bravo`s desire to "reboot" to show next season. Dubrow also wanted that new direction to be "successful" and "beneficial to my family and helpful, not harmful." Dubrow said she simply starting laughing when the network reached out to her in December to return. That led to a family meeting about her possibly going back, with Heather deciding it "just seemed like the universe was telling me it`s time." When asked whether she`d like to see some of her fellow former Housewives costars join her in the future, Dubrow said she thought it "would be a lot of fun" to revive a few ladies from the show`s "golden years." "I think everyone`s going to be very, very happy with this season," she added. Dodd claimed she was "blindsided" by her firing, when speaking with Jeff Lewis about it back in June. Kelly said that she got a phone call the same day the story broke from one of the owners of Evolution, the production company behind the show, to tell her, "We are not going to ask you back for next season." Dodd, who has already cited her conservative political views as a p
GREELEY — Weld County is now the owner of a 102-acre parcel on O Street, a site that was the final portion of the Grainery site available for sale. The Grainery was planned in the early 2010s as mixed-use development on nearly 700 acres at the former Monfort Inc. feedlots and headquarters west of U.S. […]
Applewood gives homebuyers, especially millennials and young families, the room to breathe and safe neighborhoods they want. “People are drawn by the elbow-room lots, mature trees, and landscaping,” says Barry Willmarth, Willmarth Real Estate Services owner, who has lived in Applewood for more than 20 years. Allie Carlson, West + Main managing broker, agrees. “I […]
If you’re trying to build muscle and get stronger, you’re likely to find some pretty shady steroids on the market. Fortunately, you can pick up legal, natural supplements instead, as they will help you get the steroids’ benefits without having any of the side effects. Unfortunately, while some of these products do miracles, others don’t […] The post Best Legal Steroids on the Market for Muscle Building Review appeared first on LA Weekly .
On Thursday, 7/22/2021, at about 6:30 p.m., an inmate notified jail staff that another inmate appeared to be having a medical emergency. A deputy responded immediately and discovered the inmate was not breathing. Life-saving procedures were initiated, including the use of several doses of “Narcan”. The inmate was revived and transported to an area hospital […]
The National Weather Service issued a flash flood watch for Summit County and surrounding areas Friday, July 23, as heavy rains are expected in the afternoon and into the evening. And while there’s no official...
The House is taking up seven appropriations bills as one package next week, bringing debates about federal funding for abortion, environmental policy and infrastructure to the floor. CQ Roll Call’s Jennifer Shutt and David Lerman break down the road ahead for these bills and more. Show Notes: Budget reconciliation package outline set at $3.5 trillion […] The post First appropriations bills head to House floor appeared first on Roll Call .
Arrest Summary July 7-13 Weslie Gene McLeod, 28, harassment, domestic violence. Denine Kathleen Perkins, 46, failure to comply, violation of a protection order. Jeremy Marc Sulyma, 45, sentenced to 90 days for violation of a protection order. Paul Matthew Castaneda, 34, motor vehicle theft, trespass, criminal mischief, first-degree trespass, parole hold. Tyler Nicholas Trumbo, 18, […]
GREELEY – Over 2,100 students have been named to the 2020-21 Dean’s List at the University of Northern Colorado, including 10 Morgan County residents, according to a news release. The following students have been named to the Dean’s List of Academic Distinction: Matthew Bratrsovsky, from Fort Morgan; Alyssa Lorenzini, from Fort Morgan; Vanesa Sanchez, from […]
Do we have everything we could possibly want from Oskar Blues?” the waitress asks the table. She means it too. These days, things are a little different inside Lyons’ oldest brewery, but the hospitality remains second to none. So does the atmosphere: wood tables and booths neatly cluttered with stickers, tchotchkes and breweriana. It’s as […] The post Tour de brew: Oskar Blues Grill & Brew appeared first on Boulder Weekly .
The 50 Best Places to Live in the U.S. The 10 Most Beautiful Cities to Visit in the United States. The Happiest Cities in the Country—Charleston, South Carolina ticks all the boxes and tops all the usual lists. However, we would also call it one of the most gentlemanly cities in America, ...