September 19, 2021

New promotional video of Baška from the island of Krk


This year, the e-visitor system recorded, from 01.01. to 30.11.2017. in the area of ​​the Municipality of Baška, a total of 171.711 arrivals and 994.436 overnight stays. Compared to last year, the number of arrivals increased by 5,51%, and the number of overnight stays by 4,68%, which speaks of a record tourist season in Baška on the island of Krk.The largest number of overnight stays was realized in households with 451.090 (+ 4%), followed by camps with 268.269 overnight stays (+ 2%), hotels with 203.050 overnight stays (+ 8%) and other catering facilities with 72.027 overnight stays (+ 9%) .According to the tourist achievement, at the level of Kvarner, Baška ranks 6th and is among the top 10 destinations, just behind the city of Opatija and thus occupies the position of the municipality with the best tourist results in 2017 at the level of PGC. ” This season has shown how the image of Baška as a bathing destination has developed into something much more, a destination that offers fun and activities for everyone.”Point out the Tourist Board of Baška and add that a lot of energy was invested in the formation of popular events such as 4 Islands MTB Stage Race, Black Sheep, Baška Outdoor Festival, etc., which ensured great interest of visitors to Baška and out of the main summer season. tourist season to remember.And the record tourist season deserves a new promotional video of the municipality of Baška, which you can see below in the attachment. Share it and show it to your guests and thus create a buzz on social networks, which will generate free marketing, and thus perhaps to a new guest in your destination and accommodation. You see how everything is connected, right?last_img read more

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Jamaican production company Master One extends services to Caribbean artistes

first_img Tweet Share CEO and producer Jyorken KennedyJamaican record label and artiste management company Master One Productions has expanded its range of services.The company is known for its work with dancehall artiste Denno and the production of the First Born rhythm project a few years ago. Master One Productions will now be taking hands on approach to the business.According to CEO and producer Jyorken Kennedy, the label will be offering artiste management on a broader scale, public relations services, compact disc duplication, replication and mastering, music video duplication, street promotions and bookings. “We wanted to cater to a wider spectrum of the entertainment industry in Jamaica and as a result of this we have decided to expand on what we have already been doing internally.The company is offering these services to entertainers from across the Caribbean who want to get that major break in Jamaica as far as radio and street promotions, music video servicing and bookings.Master One Productions has offices in Florida, USA and in Jamaica. The company can be found on face book and also on twitter.Press Release Share 60 Views   no discussionscenter_img Share NewsRegional Jamaican production company Master One extends services to Caribbean artistes by: – December 9, 2011 Sharing is caring!last_img read more

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Qualification for next Champions League should be ‘on sporting merit’, says UEFA

first_imgEarlier this week the Dutch football federation (KNVB) announced its intention to call an end to the season following the government’s decision to extend a ban on large gatherings until September because of the coronavirus pandemic.The Belgian Pro League is set to decide next week that it will end its season, thereby declaring Club Brugge champions. The Scottish league could do the same.In contrast, the German Bundesliga is hoping to restart early next month.Share on: WhatsApp FILE PHOTO: Liverpool’s Egyptian midfielder Mohamed Salah (C) raises the trophy after winning the UEFA Champions League final football match between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid on June 1, 2019. Paris, France | AFP | Qualification for the next Champions League should be “on sporting merit” if domestic leagues cannot be completed but countries should “explore all possible options” to finish seasons suspended because of the coronavirus crisis, UEFA said on Thursday.“If a domestic competition is prematurely terminated for legitimate reasons…UEFA would require (leagues) to select clubs for the UEFA club competitions 2020/21 based on sporting merit” in the current season, European football’s governing body said after a meeting of its Executive Committee.That means that, while it remains hopeful that suspended seasons can still somehow be completed, UEFA is now willing to consider “legitimate reasons” to terminate leagues now, with current standings considered final and used as a basis for teams to qualify for the next Champions League and Europa League.The announcement comes with several countries looking to bring an early end to their football seasons because of the complications of lockdowns imposed due to the health situation.last_img read more

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Who Will Run On Red Bank’s GOP Ticket?

first_imgBy John BurtonRED BANK – The longstanding discord among Red Bank Republicans calls into question whether an incumbent will secure her party’s nomination for the borough council race for November.Democrats have announced their candidates, selecting incumbent councilmember Kathy Horgan to run for an additional three-year term and naming attorney and current Zoning Board of Adjustment member Erik Yngstrom as her running mate for the two available seats for the November ballot.“I’m really glad we’re organized early and we have two strong candidates,” said Edward Zipprich, municipal Democratic Committee chairman and borough councilman.On the Republican side, municipal committee chairman Sean Di Somma said this week the party wouldn’t decide on its slate of two candidates until later this month. Petitions have to be filed with the municipal clerk by April 4 at 4:30 p.m.But Di Somma’s further comments calls into question as to what the committee will do about nominating Republican incumbent Cindy Burnham, whose term is up this year.Di Somma said “I personally have not endorsed Cindy Burnham,” and has no plans to. Di Somma added that the three other incumbent Republican councilmembers have not offered their support for Burnham, either.The committee has the ability to name anyone, as long as the candidate meets the residency requirement and is a registered party member. “The local committee will decide who gets the party line,” Di Somma said. And the chairman said he believes anyone seeking the nomination “should have to come before the committee and say this is why I deserve your endorsement and this is why I deserve the party line (on the official ballot),” Di Somma said.But in the real world, the committee chair is likely to have considerable sway over the selection process. Having the party ballot line is an advantage for the candidate in securing the support of party faithful, especially in a presidential election year, which traditionally will draw out more voters.Burnham said this week, whatever the municipal party decides, she is empathic that, “I’m focused on working on Red Bank and getting re-elected.”“I’m going to seek the committee’s support and I’ll see where it goes from there,” she said, leaving the door open for a possible independent run to retain her seat on the six-member borough council. “Where it goes, who knows,” she offered.Di Somma and Burnham were running mates three years ago for council seats, with Burnham succeeding. Early on in that campaign, tension developed between the two, with both of them for all purposes campaigning independently. That tension has only become more pronounced both behind the scenes and increasingly publicly, especially as Burnham continues to operate as an independent firebrand, at times criticizing the actions of her fellow GOP councilmembers and others on the governing body.Burnham, long a self-described “citizen activist,” has a long history of sparring with the previous Democratic-controlled borough council, going back before being elected. When she won in 2013, she became the first Republican to take a council seat since 2007. “I definitely revived the Republican Party,” in the borough, she maintained, and said she is “disappointed” in what appears to be lack of support in the party for her candidacy.In the last two years, with Di Somma serving as committee chair, the local GOP won a total of three council seats, holding a 4-2 majority, the party’s first majority on the council in more than two decades.last_img read more

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Glacier clubs ‘amazing’ at provincials

first_img14 years old: Sara Tolles – Silver medal on floor, Bronze medal on vault, 5th on beam and 4th All Around15 years & up: Hailey Lothrop – Gold medal on floor, Silver medal on vault, Bronze medal on beam, 4th on bars and Silver medal All AroundGirls Provincial Level 314 years old: Victoria Lawrence-Jeffery – Silver medal on beam, Bronze medal on floor, 6th on All Around15 years old:Ella Keelan – All-Around Championship Gold Medal, Gold medal on floor, Silver medal on beam, bronze medal on bars, and 5th on vaultKylee Dyck – Gold medal on beam, Silver medal on floor, Silver medal on vault, Silver medal All Around, and 7th on barsBoys Provincial Level 3 (Under 13)River Murphy – 7th on floor, 7th on vault, 7th on horizontal barChris Lawrence-Jeffery – Gold medal on horizontal barMatthew Bullen – 15th on horizontal bar Nelson’s Glacier Gymnastics Club, strutted their stuff at the 2014 BC Provincial Championships in Kamloops recently.All the gymnasts’ performances fit in seamlessly with the lower mainland and other BC clubs.  Almost everyone came home with an award and many brought home medals, including 5 Gold, 8 Silver, 4 Bronze and 1 All Around Championship Gold.“These results show how amazing our Nelson gymnasts area,” said Sandra Long, Glacier Gymnastics Head Coach of the Seven girls and three boys squad.”Our club’s gymnasts train 4-8 hours less per week then the clubs we compete against, and our girls and boys look just as refined and are very competitive in the Province,”Results from the 2014 BC Provincial Championships in KamloopsGirls Provincial Level 2 12 years old: Gwen McCrory – 10th on bars13 years old: Olivia Kelly – 4th on vaultlast_img read more

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All about winning the RSPL title, says MoBay United striker Gordon

first_imgWESTERN BUREAU:Arnett Gardens FC will have just another 90-plus minutes to try and keep hold of their Red Stripe Premier League title when they battle Montego Bay United (MBU) in the return leg semi-final on Sunday at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex.Hopes of returning home with an advantage were dashed on Monday night when they stumbled to a 2-1 loss in Montego Bay; a gallant effort, but not good enough on the night against resolute MBU, who showed glimpses of the kind of football their fans love to see.The MBU forward, Owayne Gordon, was at his imperious best once more, capping his night with a spectacular goal in the 23rd minute.Arnett responded like true champions when Michaelos Martin prodded home from close range in the 43rd for the equaliser.Midfielder Ronaldo Rodney sealed victory for the home side when he poked home his chance after some shocking goalkeeping from Peter Harrison in the Arnett Gardens goal.”We deserve the win because all season we have had it rough against this Arnett side,” said Gordon, who was scoring his league leading 20th goal.”It’s all about the final and winning the title. Nothing else matters. Once we get there, if Humble Lion or Portmore make it, we will win it,” Gordon added.NEW-FOUND CONFIDENCEThe forward has been a revelation all season and is relishing his new-found confidence. In tandem with either out-of-favour Dino Williams or the industrious Cory Hylton in attack, he just continues scoring goals.Against one of the better defensive teams in the defending champions, he was great. His goal was sublime to say the least.He picked up the ball in midfield sped by his marker, slid the ball to Hylton, who back-heeled the ball into his running path and without breaking stride Gordon took one touch before curling the ball expertly into the net.”I am really feeling good, and I am promising another goal on their ground next week because we know now that we can defeat them,” he added.Arnett Gardens were left ruing a number of missed chances, but will have loads of confidence playing at home, where MBU have found it difficult this season, as they have not done particularly well on their travels to the capital city Kingston.”It’s an advantage we can work with. We haven’t done greatly playing in Kingston this season, but it is an opportunity for us to show quality if we can hold off this Arnett Gardens team in their home,” said Dillon Thelwell, MBU’s assistant coach.last_img read more

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VW SA wins global call centre award

first_img14 July 2008Volkswagen South Africa’s customer interaction centre (CIC) claimed first place at the 2008 World Contact Centre Awards, held recently in London, in the category “Best Outbound Campaign” in Europe, Africa and the Middle East.In a statement last week, Volkswagen SA said it had fended off competition from the Mellon Group (from Greece), Barclays Bank (Portugal), Softline Pastel (also from South Africa) and the National Bank of Greece (from Greece).The centre qualified for the world award after wining national honours at last year’s Business Process Enablement South Africa’s (BPeSA) annual contact centre awards.BPeSA is a national coordinating body representing the interests of the business process outsourcing and offshoring sector in South Africa, with focus on growing the local industry.“The Volkswagen SA CIC has managed to scoop people awards on a regional level in previous years, as well as this year, but has never had the honour of winning on an international level,” enthused Volkswagen SA CIC manager Marius Swanepoel.“We were confident that our entry met all the criteria required for the local and national awards held by the BPeSA and therefore had the potential to compete internationally. In addition, the entry provided us with the opportunity to benchmark our business process on an international level.”While a call centre is predominantly an inbound environment with customers calling in with queries, an outbound campaign involves a call centre contacting customers, in this case, with Volkswagen’s “Welcome Calls”.According to the company, the aim of the call was to welcome the customer to the brand, congratulate them on their purchase, to record their data like telephone numbers, addresses and e-mail addresses, and to gain additional info on their interests and hobbies which could be used in future campaigns.“These calls play a major part in data purification and also contribute to customer retention,” the statement said.Post-sale quality differentiatorVolkswagen SA said it was essential that their entry displayed competence in various dimensions starting with its strategic and operational objectives, the design and integration of the process, the required investment and the deployment of the campaign.Swanepoel pointed said that in the automotive industry, the only differentiator post-sale was the quality of the company’s service.“Your products can be leading-edge, well priced, and have all the additional value-added elements attached to it, but if the customer relationship and after-sales service do not exceed the customer’s expectations, you will not retain that customer for life,” he said.“Our call centre agents are a vital link in this value chain, a large part of the customer’s perception regarding the quality of our service is determined by these very agents.”Significant recognitionSwanepoel said that the award confirmed that the Volkswagen SA contact centre had a platform for future growth with regard to campaign designs, which would be designed to meet both internal and external requirements, while also proving the value of in-house contact centre operations.He explained that businesses were regularly confronted with whether or not to outsource their contact centre operations.“The value proposition of outsourced call centres is always based on at least two pillars – customer focus and cost competitiveness,” Swanepoel said. “This cost competitive in-house proposition is based on building the brand and long lasting customer relations delivered by a passionate team – a winning recipe according to me.”Over 300 companies from Europe, the Middle East and Africa participated in the awards. The winners qualify for the World Finals, to be held in the United States in November this year, where they will compete with companies from other regions including North America and Asia.“This award is significant recognition, not only for Volkswagen SA, but for our employees for work well done – vital to the sustained success of any business.”SAinfo reporter Would you like to use this article in your publicationor on your website?See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

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Giving children a sense of pride

first_imgPanellists: Vuyo Jack, founder of Africa Empowered; Tsheli Lujabe, CEO of One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) South Africa; Phuti Mahanyele, CEO of Shanduka and chairperson of Global Dignity in South Africa and Rodrigo Arboleda, the CEO of OLPC. OLPC provides laptops for children in the world’s poorest countries to help them improve their learning capabilities.(Images: Cadine Pillay)Cadine PillayThe fifth Global Dignity Day was celebrated on Wednesday 17 October, and Brand South Africa hosted several NGOs with interests in youth empowerment in Sandton, north of Johannesburg.Rodrigo Arboleda, the CEO of One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) – an international organisation that provides laptops for children in the world’s poorest countries to help them improve their learning capabilities – attended the celebration.“When you educate children, you empower them with self-esteem and a sense of pride,” he said, addressing those present.Other speakers included Phuti Mahanyele, CEO of black empowerment company Shanduka and chairperson of Global Dignity in South Africa and Vuyo Jack, founder of Africa Empowered and Tsheli Lujabe, CEO of OLPC South Africa.Empower, educate, upliftOLPC aims to help bridge the gap between disadvantaged communities and the dynamic, rapidly-changing digital world.“When every child has a connected laptop,” reads the mission statement on their website, “they have in their hands the key to full development and participation.”The laptops are not only cost efficient, but require a low supply of power as well, so the costs are limited for poor communities.  They also feature an integrated design of the XO Laptop digital device, along with the open source Sugar software learning desktop environment.The OLPC initiative was incorporated into Global Dignity South Africa’s plans to help the latter achieve its aim of empowering children through education-related projects.“There is a sense of pride in ownership that also empowers these children,” said Arboleda. “Self-esteem and self-pride is how you can live a dignified life, and with these laptops that enable children to educate themselves, we are giving them dignity.”The OLPC foundation will seek funding from Global Dignity as well as South Africa’s private sector in order to expand their initiative into the country. The foundation currently serves over 40 countries in Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Latin America, and provides educational tools in 21 languages.Children are eager to learnArboleda said their mission is to groom productive leaders of the 21st century. “These are the inventors and creators of our future, who are not waiting to be taught, but are eager to learn.”Mahanyele concurred: “Young people are looking for inspiration. They have an important role to play in being able to shape our future.”She added that someone needs to run the government of tomorrow and be able to make the tough decisions.“Children have wisdom, but often it is the language barrier that prevents them from being understood,” said Jack, adding that if they are educated in their own language, they can understand concepts faster and will be empowered.The empowerment of teachers was also discussed, as members of the audience felt that teachers should be given a lesson on dignity as well so that the message can be taught to children on a consistent basis.“Teachers are the enablers,” Arboleda said. “If we honour the teachers, they will empower our children. That is why we also provide teachers with laptops to help their pupils.”The discussion also led to the topic of entrepreneurship and how South Africa can go about encouraging it to combat unemployment. Lujabe said there will be modules on the laptops for children to get a head start on such topics that will inspire them at a young age and expand their goals.last_img read more

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Kate’s Binary Challenge #6/Mission Impossible — Geocache of the Week

first_imgMysteryGC64BHby Team-CRICK/Dr-Gadget SharePrint RelatedThe top ten geocaches added to ListsSeptember 24, 2019In “Community”…wo hab Ich den Cache denn nochmal hingelegt??? (GC1DZ17) – GEOCACHE OF THE WEEK – December 27, 2012December 26, 2012In “Community”Geocaching in Space FAQOctober 9, 2013In “Community” Location: North Wales, United KingdomN 52° 54.556 W 003° 35.612 Share with your Friends:More Continue to explore some of the most amazing geocaches around the world.Check out all of the Geocaches of the Week on the Geocaching blog. If you would like to nominate a Geocache of the Week, fill out this form. Difficulty: 3Terrain: 1.5 Geocache GC64BH is the final in a series of 6 geocaches hidden in honor of a geocacher named Kate’s 10th birthday. 1 and 0 make up the binary numbering system, so, naturally, using binary numbers to solve puzzles and gather codes is part of the challenge of finding this cache.The reward at the end is worth the struggle. Before visiting this cache, you may want to watch (or re-watch) the first Mission Impossible movie. Specifically, the scene in which Tom Cruise lowers himself headfirst into a vault.Then, go find this cache, which is hidden on the cache owner’s property. You’ll see a brown box on a gate post. Break the cable tie to open it, record the binary code inside, then use a new cable tie from inside the box to secure it again. Convert the binary code to decimal numbering, and add that number to the other codes you’ve collected through the series.Then and only then will you be able to open the padlock on the little pot nearby, which contains a key. Thought you were done yet? Nope. The key opens another cash box on a pole nearby. Inside is…not the cache, but a remote control. Take a deep breath, channel your inner Tom Cruise (or don’t, whatever floats your boat) and press the down button.Things will begin to feel a bit familiar with you see this descending from the sky above:Finally, you’ll have access to the cache and logbook, which is safely strapped to miniature Tom Cruise’s vest.Watch the cache in action:last_img read more

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Blockchain’s Mainstream Debut Awaits Dev Ecosystem Evolution

first_imgBlockchain is seemingly forever on the cusp of mainstream adoption, but not for long. For those who have a broader perspective on the technology’s current capabilities and history, the idea that blockchain is anywhere close to reaching critical mass is laughable. Despite retail investor interest in cryptocurrencies, the things that blockchain technology can do are less limited. But the world still needs a prevalent blockchain app — even a decade following its introduction alongside Bitcoin.There’s no doubt blockchain is slow to deliver value, but its enormous potential gives enthusiasts and the cryptocurrency market justification for their hope. The crown jewel of blockchain in 2019 is its nascent application ecosystem, nurtured via a sparse array of upstart decentralized computing networks including Ethereum, NEO, and EOS. We’re still in the dawn of decentralized applications, but it has become apparent that these dApps—and their developers—are the best bet for blockchain’s eventual ascension to the retail market.Dev Access Unlocks Blockchain for AllGiven that networks like EOS and Ethereum are ground zero for blockchain progress making it easy and inexpensive for developers to create things on these blockchains is paramount. This is a notion that’s been embraced by the blockchain community more in recent years. Major projects now focus the bulk of their efforts on making development a welcome and familiar experience, but also ensuring that any successful dApps are able to effortlessly scale with demand.The latter issue was contentious in the community at the peak of the previous cryptocurrency bubble. At that time it became apparent the market’s legacy ecosystems were incapable of supporting demand for their dApps. Trusted blockchains such as Ethereum had reached a point where they had accommodating virtual machines and other accessible dev tools, but the market did not react optimistically when the network couldn’t handle traffic on the first favorite apps (Crypto Kitties is the most representative example). Even if the “killer app” of blockchain was created now, networks wouldn’t be able to handle the herd of users. In the post-bull market, the community’s optimism hinges solely on blockchain’s ability to produce tangible and reliable value via applications, not on the idea that it can do so marginally or sometime in the future. With a more mature industry this time around, the best way to help developers deliver on these ambitions is second-layer solutions being amalgamated to the most popular blockchains.Second Layers Accommodate DevelopersEOS itself was created as a response to Ethereum’s sluggish transaction speeds. and It’s now waving the banner for blockchain scaling with internal, but also external endeavors to make it the fastest chain around. With a quicker DPoS (Delegated Proof of Stake) consensus model the blockchain’s transaction speeds are faster, and a multi-threaded developer environment makes it possible to run apps on multiple computer cores. Even with these groundbreaking developments, promising second-layer upgrades to EOS are just as powerful.An exemplary project is called LiquidApps, which slides into the EOS software stack seamlessly to provide increased memory to resource-hungry applications on the network. Knowing that EOS is limited to 90MB of RAM and is therefore sometimes expensive, with 58 EOS required for a single 1MB block. The development platform makes it possible for EOS users to also take advantage of vRAM and therefore lower hosting costs. This simulated storage is connected to EOS and is integrated effortlessly with the underlying blockchain, making it easier to support more and better apps, wider audiences, and faster transfers of value.Even Bitcoin rests its hopes on the second layer, with the Lightning Network a “household name” among off-chain solutions for its yet unfulfilled ability to drastically increase the speed of transactions among participating Bitcoin nodes. By storing the bulk of a data on completed blocks of transactions off-chain, the main Bitcoin blockchain will eventually be used as a reference layer upon which nodes can quickly validate transactions without needing to store the entire chain. Ethereum may use a similar proposed model called Counterfactual, which also moves transactions off the blockchain, but for now, is anticipating a long-awaited move to Proof of Stake for the purpose of better scaling.AWS Becomes BWSIf blockchain is the “internet of value,” then second-layer solutions are the infrastructure supporting it. dApps are the platforms perched on top of it all—used by people to finally create and transfer value. From the inside out, blockchain is evolving into a more mature system, and slowly making it easier for people with less expertise to get involved. After high-quality development tools come reliable application support, comes interfaces for building applications, reaches retail-level creators and then finally retail-level consumers. The most significant inventions coming from blockchain right now will soon resemble Amazon Web Services. We’re close to a “Blockchain Web Services,” which would resemble dashboards with blockchain-connected utilities that are currently being perfected, which help developers create and run applications, build and host websites, rent storage and bandwidth, and reach decentralized audiences worldwide. These connected services may not come from a single company like Amazon, but that’s the point of blockchain—to give free, equal access from anywhere and to everyone. And each company wants the most cost-effective price charged by the most consolidated firms.A “snowball effect” is occurring. Even on a mostly volunteer basis, blockchain is getting easier to manipulate. This ability to attract developers and infrastructure project who multiply these efforts, we get closer to the point where it’s easy to make applications that encapsulate the best of decentralized technology. Reuben Jackson Ruben is a blockchain security consultant currently living in New York City. He helps organizations fundamentally redesign experiences to create new sources of value also digitally reinventing company’s operations for greater efficiency. Tags:#bitcoin scalability#where’s a Bitcoin app? Related Posts Blockchain – Impending Revolution in Glob… AI: How it’s Impacting Surveillance Data Storage Follow the Puck How Data Analytics Can Save Liveslast_img read more

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