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The Conversation 07/17/2019 15:48
Wind towers are getting taller. Shutterstock. Former Australian Greens leader Bob Brown this week after he on Tasmania’s Robbins Island. The development would see 200 towers built, each standing 270 metres from base to the tip of their blades. Leaving aside the question of the Robbins Island development, these will be extraordinarily tall towers. However, they fit right in with the current trend for wind turbines. Read more:. Wind turbines come in many designs, but the most common is the so-called “horizontal axis” kind, which look like giant fans on poles. This type of turbine is highly efficient at turning the energy in the wind into electrical energy. Keen observers will have noticed that these turbines have been gaining in size over the y.
GlobeNewswire 07/17/2019 15:48
TransUnion Launches IDVision with iovation – Multi-layered and Real-time Fraud Prevention Solution that Combines Personal and Digital Data to Enable a more Seamless Customer Experience and Safer Transactions. TransUnion Launches IDVision with iovation – Multi-layered and Real-time Fraud Prevention Solution that Combines Personal and Digital Data to Enable a more Seamless Customer Experience and Safer Transactions.
Cyberscoop 07/17/2019 15:47
Bulgarian authorities have arrested a 20-year-old government contractor in connection with a hack on the country’s national tax agency that involved information about roughly 5 million Bulgarian adults, prosecutors announced Wednesday. Prosecutors described the suspect only as “KB,” though Bulgarian media quickly identified him only as Christian Boykov, or Kristian Boykov, a computer specialist from the city of Plovdiv. The Sofia City Prosecutor’s Office described the hacking suspect as a “cyber security expert” who is “involved in testing and auditing information systems,” according to a translation of their announcement. Boykov has been conducting cybersecurity training for the GDOC, a Bulgarian government agency, his lawyers told MediaPo.
Business Wire 07/17/2019 15:47
FRANKLIN, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- #AriesGreen --Aries Clean Energy has launched the retail sales for its Aries GREEN™ biochar product. It has been certified by both the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Certified Biobased Product label and the International Biochar Institute (IBI). The product carries the USDA label and the IBI Certified™ biochar seal. “We are pleased to bring Aries GREEN™ biochar to the public,” said Gregory Bafalis, CEO of Aries Clean Energy. “Biochar is a byproduct of our patented gas.
Zero Hedge 07/17/2019 15:45
You know it's bad when... even Wall Street's biggest tech analysts are getting nervous about the market's lofty levels. "Risk is increasing in tech, especially with high priced stocks," warned Toni Sacconaghi, AB Bernstein’s senior technology research analyst, in a note this week, pointing out that tech companies are getting way too expensive as the earnings picture continues to deteriorate . The tech sector is now trading at 12 year highs, dramatically above the broader market. this rapid multiple expansion, which is the most pronounced this year, has reached a worrisome degree given earnings are expected to have a "startling" decline over the next 12 months , according to Sacconaghi. “Part of tech’s challenge is that it is comping against.
Library Journal - INFOdocket 07/17/2019 15:45
Note: The complete ACRL 2018 Academic Library Trends and Statistics was released today. It is a fee-based resource. A few data points from the report are found below. The Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) announces the publication of ““2018 Academic Library Trends and Statistics.” [Clip] The 2018 data show that library expenditures for […]
Helping middle-class Canadian families provide the best start in life for their children is a top priority for the Government of Canada. That’s why, in July 2018, the Canada Child Benefit (CCB) was increased two years ahead of schedule to keep up with the cost of living. The CCB is targeted at middle-class families and those working hard to join it. It currently provides more money to 9 out of 10 families than previous child benefit programs.

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