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doctor-to-doctor donation: kidney saves sick colleague


newport beach, calif. — a california doctor has a colleague to thank for giving him the gift of life.the orange county register reported sunday (http://bit.ly/2mzizpq) that dr. brian dunn got a kidney from dr. colleen coleman.the two have been friendly more than a decade while working together. coleman is a surgeon and dunn is an anesthesiologist at hoag hospital newport beach.dunn's kidneys failed from complications due to chemotherapy from a stomach tumor he had as a teen.coleman almost didn't end up as his donor when an erroneous test initially found she wasn't a match.coleman says she had reservations going under the knife, but she wanted to make sure dunn's daughter didn't grow up fatherless.dunn gave coleman a set of kidney-shaped tiffany earrings to thank her for her sacrifice.






gop sen. paul calls colleague mccain ‘a little bit unhinged’


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doctor-to-doctor donation: kidney saves sick colleague


powered by livefyre the opinions expressed in reader comments are those of the author only, and do not reflect the opinions of the seattle times.






workplace exclusion creates petty drama – the denver post


dear amy: i have a new colleague who recently moved from another division at our company into mine. she is now working as the program coordinator for our team of eight colleagues.she is very accommodating to everyone, has a great attitude and is very adept at her job. i like working with her!she has told me that some of our colleagues have given her the cold shoulder and have been very unfriendly/difficult to work with.recently, she found out that she was not invited to a birthday party that other team members attended. another invitation e up for a wedding shower/luncheon of a teammate, and she wasn’t included.i have been on the receiving end of this kind of behavior from colleagues at previous workplaces who intentionally exclude you, are unkind, etc. this is very discouraging behavior f






everything you need to know about google's android o


why it matters to you the next major release of google's android operating system boasts battery life improvements, notification tweaks, and more.android oreo anyone? or maybe it’s android oatmeal cookie? whatever the name, google is prepping its next major android release — android o. and on tuesday, it made it official.just like last year, google is offering developers (and intrepid users) the opportunity to test drive the new version of android before it launches publicly later this year. that means it’s unfinished (and a little unstable), but packs most of the features that will make it into the final version.here’s everything we know about android o.revamped notificationsthe previous version of android, android nougat, added the ability to prioritize certain notifications over others,






as a journalist i risked my life, but i'm apparently an "enemy of the people"


i am an enemy of the people. for all the “presidential” promise some perceived in tuesday’s teleprompter-smooth speech to congress, that didn’t change.i guess i always was an enemy of the people, even when covering the revolution in iran so americans would know what was going on in that critical country, as a mob with machetes chased my camera crew and me, and i was beaten at an islamic cemetery, and had a colleague killed right next to me. he must have been an enemy of the people, too.i also apparently was an enemy of the people when i barely made it over a shard-encrusted wall during a firefight between murderous militias in beirut, while another colleague wasn’t so lucky and died scrawling the names of his children in his own blood. another enemy of the people, no doubt.maria bryk, news






sean hannity, juan williams reject off-camera gun story as 'sensationalized'


sean hannity and juan williams are rejecting the context of a cnn report saying the fox news host "once pulled a gun" on his colleague and pointed it at him while the two were off-camera. “while discussing the issue of firearms, i showed my good friend juan williams my unloaded firearm in a professional and safe manner for educational purposes only," hannity said in a statement to the los angeles times."every precautionary procedure that i have been trained in since the age of 11 was followed. i’ve had a conceal carry permit in five states for all of my adult life. any other interpretation of this is outright false reporting.”the gun anecdote was touted thursday in the headline on a cnn article that characterized the trump-supporting host as "spoiling for a fight" in the name of entertainm






next-level flipper flips his pencil and sticks the upright landing / boing boing


when you can’t wait for the world’s longest meeting to end, the mindless leg bouncing makes your boredom obvious and just annoys everybody else. everyone knows the tps reports need the damn cover sheet, but some sadistic colleague keeps forgetting, probably on purpose just to eat into your lunch hour. enough is enough!while serving a […]






passenger shoots northern lights timelapse on a flight to iceland / boing boing


when you can’t wait for the world’s longest meeting to end, the mindless leg bouncing makes your boredom obvious and just annoys everybody else. everyone knows the tps reports need the damn cover sheet, but some sadistic colleague keeps forgetting, probably on purpose just to eat into your lunch hour. enough is enough!while serving a […]






don’t shy from secure end-to-end messaging apps in light of recent news


talking recently with a colleague in the security research side of things, they noted, “funny—we’ve come full circle moving from phone numbers to social media handles now back to phone numbers. wait a little longer and you’ll be mailing me letters.” (quoted with their permission.) that’s not as mordant as it sounds. the seemingly accurate revelations by wikileaks recently of a cia cache containing descriptions and analyses of an enormous number of exploited and potential vectors to insinuate into people’s hardware and data leaves me once again examining what it means to have privacy—whether from those you know, criminals, or governments (with or without legal authority to snoop). my colleague was referencing in particular the signal app, which relies on phone numbers as initial identifiers






russian cat won't let go of bread bag / boing boing


when you can’t wait for the world’s longest meeting to end, the mindless leg bouncing makes your boredom obvious and just annoys everybody else. everyone knows the tps reports need the damn cover sheet, but some sadistic colleague keeps forgetting, probably on purpose just to eat into your lunch hour. enough is enough!while serving a […]i had my mind blown repeatedly by 2015’s bumper crop of science fiction, but one novel stands out even so: luna: new moon, ian mcdonald’s hybrid of heinlein’s “the moon is a harsh mistress” and “the godfather,” an unlikely and spectacular success of a novel that left me drooling at the thought of a 2017 sequel, which drops today: luna: wolf moon.i get a huge kick out of the videos of the always-entertaining nerd whisperer jenny nicholson. if you haven’t see






the life motto that deserves its own t-shirt


dear amy: i have a new colleague who recently moved from another division at our company into mine. she is now working as the program coordinator for our team of eight colleagues.she is very accommodating to everyone, has a great attitude and is very adept at her job. i like working with her! she has told me that some of our colleagues have given her the cold shoulder and have been very unfriendly/difficult to work with.recently, she found out that she was not invited to a birthday party that other team members attended. another invitation e up for a wedding shower/luncheon of a teammate, and she wasn’t included.i have been on the receiving end of this kind of behavior from colleagues at previous workplaces who intentionally exclude you, are unkind, etc. this is very discouraging behavior






russian cat won't let go of bread bag / boing boing


enjoy this simple and surprising tale from the games room company, who were tasked with restoring a roulette table operated in chicago throughout the 1930s: “we found that it had been completely rigged to defraud people and increase the odds of the house during play.” a button disguised as decorative screw, accessible to the croupier, […]the operators of the ocean-floor exploring vehicle e/v nautilus chanced across this absolutely adorable googly-eyed purple cuttlefish, so what they they do? they spent the next five minutes making fun of it! [via reddit] the team spotted this stubby squid off the coast of california at a depth of 900 meters (2,950 feet). the stubby […]when you can’t wait for the world’s longest meeting to end, the mindless leg bouncing makes your boredom obvious and just a






some ugly truths about zero-day exploits


if you’ve ever read about cybersecurity, the term “zero-day” is likely to have come up once in awhile to describe vulnerabilities that have been exploited by hackers. you’ll also quickly find that these tend to be the deadliest. what they are and how they work has already been discussed succinctly by my colleague simon batt. but as you get deeper into the subject, you’ll discover some things that perhaps you might have rather not known about as you begin to think twice about everything you run on your devices (which isn’t necessarily a bad thing). cybersecurity studies such as this research from the folks at rand... read more






artist wages court fight against california billionaire over forged art


donald wakefield remembers the first time he got a close look at one of his sculptures displayed by a prominent if controversial newport beach developer.it was 2008, and he hadn’t seen the work he ceated in collaboration with a colleague in 1992 — unceremoniously titled “untitled” — in 16 years. originally given as a gift to the colleague’s son in illinois, wakefield thought to himself, maybe the recipient had sold it, or passed away.there it was, in newport beach, 50 miles from wakefield’s hometown of rancho cucamonga, 2,000 miles from chicago.fast forward a couple of years, and the local friend who alerted him to the newport beach sighting spotted the piece again — this time in irvine.again, wakefield made the drive southwest, only to discover not one but two renditions of “untitled.” wa






california's senate democrats messed up. they created a new republican star in t


state senate leader kevin de león did a very smart thing. he owned up to one of the dumbest things ever perpetrated by a california legislative leader.the foolish, embarrassing deed the los angeles democrat owned up to showed us again that neither major political party is endowed with a monopoly on wisdom, justice and the american way.de león quickly admitted that he and fellow democrats were essentially numbskulls for forcefully removing — “dragging,” read some news accounts — a republican vietnamese war refugee from the senate chamber where she rightfully belonged as an elected lawmaker.sen. janet nguyen (r-garden grove), the nation’s first vietnamese american female state legislator, had been trying to speak out on the senate floor against the late sen. tom hayden, one of the most outsp






california's senate democrats created a new gop star when they booted janet nguy


state senate leader kevin de león did a very smart thing. he owned up to one of the dumbest things ever perpetrated by a california legislative leader.the foolish, embarrassing deed the los angeles democrat owned up to showed us again that neither major political party is endowed with a monopoly on wisdom, justice and the american way.de león quickly admitted that he and fellow democrats were essentially numbskulls for forcefully removing — “dragging,” read some news accounts — a republican vietnamese war refugee from the senate chamber where she rightfully belonged as an elected lawmaker.sen. janet nguyen (r-garden grove), the nation’s first vietnamese american female state legislator, had been trying to speak out on the senate floor against the late sen. tom hayden, one of the most outsp






morning spin: chicago city council member calls colleague 'chump alderman,' take


welcome to clout street: morning spin, our weekday feature to catch you up with what's going on in government and politics from chicago to springfield. subscribe here.topspinthings got a bit testy thursday when a city council member said his colleague is “a chump alderman” if he lets mayor rahm emanuel’s administration dictate where red light cameras are installed in his ward.freshman ald. christopher taliaferro, 29th, was asking city chief financial officer carole brown a series of pointed questions during a council committee meeting about the emanuel administration’s possible expansion of the “surge pricing” program that will double the cost of street parking around wrigley field this year to $4 during cubs games and concerts.brown said the administration would work with local aldermen o






doctor’s kidney donation saves sick colleague – the denver post


newport beach, calif. — it’s not unusual for a surgeon to save another doctor’s life.but dr. colleen coleman did so by going under the knife to help an ailing colleague who desperately needed a kidney.coleman donated to dr. brian dunn, an anesthesiologist she works with at hoag hospital newport beach whose kidneys failed from chemotherapy he received as a teenager to treat a stomach tumor.coleman came through after one donor withdrew her offer and dunn’s doctor advised him against accepting a kidney from a patient with lou gehrig’s disease.“i thought, it’s not going to happen,” dunn told the orange county register.he had received a kidney from his mother when he was 25, but donated kidneys don’t last forever. in late 2015, his health was failing and he could hardly keep pace with his young






28 days of our favorite dumplings in chicago


yam dumplings at little unicocograce wong / chicago tribunethe lightly fried yam dumplings served at little unicoco in rogers park were my first foray into nigerian cuisine — though this is one of the few items on the menu that isn't traditional, a colleague said. each delicately fried ball has a crisp, slightly salty outside that gives way to a creamy middle. they're mild in flavor, perfect for dipping into rich stew. $6 for five. 1631 w. howard st., 773-764-2626, www.littleunicoco.com. — grace wongthe lightly fried yam dumplings served at little unicoco in rogers park were my first foray into nigerian cuisine — though this is one of the few items on the menu that isn't traditional, a colleague said. each delicately fried ball has a crisp, slightly salty outside that gives way to a creamy






gudetama storygif


you better don't this app when you're not a lazy egg. gudetama storygif is a brand new way of telling your colleague that you don't feel like working today. it's pretty easy, too: 1. scroll through over 50 gifs2. choose the most ridiculous ones3. send your newest story to someone. if you still wonder what this is all about, go and check it out. go go. used under license. sanrio gmbh2013, 2016 sanrio co. , ltd.






lightsaber simulator vr download


download download sorry, that scientists have not invented a real lightsabers? you have the opportunity to present a real sith or jedi, waving a lightsaber, to decide the fate of the galaxy and meet different enemies. the game uses your phone's camera, so you can imagine that cuts a classmate or colleague in half. no one will go against the owner of a lightsaber, if the road is life. attention, the app is a joke and created for entertainment purposes.






on-duty a ahoe county deputy suspected of dui – the denver post


an a ahoe county sheriff’s deputy was arrested last month on suspicion of dui while on duty.deputy jeffrey vincent, 44, was pulled from his duties jan. 3 at the a ahoe county justice center after a fellow deputy suspected he “smelled alcohol” on vincent’s breath, said julie brooks, a sheriff’s office spokeswoman.there were other visible indications that vincent was intoxicated, and a “supervisor was immediately contacted,” brooks said. a patrol sergeant was called in to investigate, and vincent was “booked” on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol, as well as prohibited use of a weapon.vincent was in uniform and in possession of his duty weapon at the time of the incident. he was later released to a relative.vincent, who has worked at the sheriff’s office since august 1999, h






bet on snap shows luck’s role in venture business


jeremy liew got lucky. a colleague at lightspeed venture partners told him that his daughter and her friends were hooked on a new app called snapchat. mr. liew, sensing the next hot thing in tech, wanted to invest.it took days for the venture capitalist to track down the young man behind the company, a stanford university senior named evan spiegel, and then a dash of good fortune to persuade him to stop by lightspeed’s office. ...






bet on snap shows luck’s role in venture business


jeremy liew got lucky. a colleague at lightspeed venture partners told him that his daughter and her friends were hooked on a new app called snapchat. mr. liew, sensing the next hot thing in tech, wanted to invest.it took days for the venture capitalist to track down the young man behind the company, a stanford university senior named evan spiegel, and then a dash of good fortune to persuade him to stop by lightspeed’s office....






trump welcomes anti-muslim activist to white house


brigitte gabriel , who founded the anti-muslim group known as act for america, made a visit to the white house tuesday and called her talks with members of president donald trump’s administration “productive.” gabriel and a colleague were at the white house to “participate in a brief meeting with a member of our legislative staff. the…






workplace exclusion creates petty drama


dear amy: i have a new colleague who recently moved from another division at our company into mine. she is now working as the program coordinator for our team of eight colleagues. she is very accommodating to everyone, has a great attitude and is very adept at her job. i like working with her.she has told me that some of our colleagues have given her the cold shoulder and have been very unfriendly/difficult to work with.related: trending life & style news this hourrecently, she found out that she was not invited to a birthday party that other team members attended. another invitation e up for a wedding shower/luncheon of a teammate, and she wasn't included.i have been on the receiving end of this kind of behavior from colleagues at previous workplaces who intentionally exclude you, are






dentist gets $1.1 million fine for identity theft of dead colleague


one new jersey dentist sought to carry on the memory of his deceased colleague in a way that has landed him with a hefty bill. according to the new york daily news, roben brookhim will face a $1.1 million fine for uming the identity of his former ociate, john kirkland jr.read: teen who opened fake medical practice indicted for trying to illegally purchase a carbrookhim, 58, reportedly issued bills to medicaid under kirkland’s identity at ociated dental from 2005 to 2012. in addition to this million dollar fine, brookhim is barred from practicing dentistry for 50 years. in a statement issued by the chief counsel of the inspector general, gregory demske, brookhim’s case will serve as a lesson to those who plan to follow in his illegal footsteps. “this case sends a strong warning that individ






clean up seattle: homeless-tent garbage


isn’t it absurd that in the same issue of the seattle times we have an editorial on the need for quicker action for affordable housing to aid in the homeless crisis  and an op-ed on a new arena?i brought a colleague up from the airport to drop him at his downtown seattle el. he asked what is happening here with all the tents and disgusting garbage. my answer was simple: you are viewing a city in major crisis mode with the homeless situation. this should be our priority to fix, not a new arena.john hargarten, seattle






this star is jealous of his contemporary because of his girlfriend


this star is jealous of his contemporary because of his girlfriendso, a little birdie recently informed us about how a hot, young actor has stopped talking to his former friend and colleague, because of his girlfriend. the friend, another dishy young actor did a dance tour recently with the actress and the audience reactions to their sizzling chemistry was fabulous. the jealous boyfriend couldn't stand the reactions and the apparent chemistry. so he stopped talking to him altogether. any guesses who's this trio?






funeral set for ny medic who died when run over by ambulance


new york — thousands of mourners are packing a bronx church for the funeral for an emergency medic killed last week when she was run over by her own ambulance.yadira arroyo (yah-deer'-ah) was killed march 16 responding to a call. police say a man got into the truck when she got out and she was run over.the mother of five was a 14-year veteran of the department. she was beloved by colleagues at her station house and in her bronx community. arroyo was a dedicated emt who responded to calls even during asthma attacks and was a mother figure to her co-workers.fire department commissioner daniel nigro says the outpouring of support shows the respect people have for their fallen colleague. he said she lived and died as a hero.






don’t shy from secure end-to-end messaging apps in light of recent news


talking recently with a colleague in the security research side of things, they noted, “funny—we’ve come full circle moving from phone numbers to social media handles now back to phone numbers. wait a little longer and you’ll be mailing me letters.” (quoted with their permission.) that’s not as mordant as it sounds. the seemingly accurate revelations by wikileaks recently of a cia cache containing descriptions and analyses of an enormous number of exploited and potential vectors to insinuate into people’s hardware and data leaves me once again examining what it means to have privacy—whether from those you know, criminals, or governments (with or without legal authority to snoop).to read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here






citrix secure mail


citrix secure mail is a containerized email, calendar and contacts app with a rich user experience. securely manage corporate email, calendar and contacts. use customized sorting capabilities to quickly manage your inbox. experience enterprise productivity features such one-touch conference call access, colleague free-busy viewing when you need to set up a meeting, vip contacts with customized ringtones and more. touch id support for offline and online authentication.






sean hannity denies pointing gun at juan williams on fox set


new york — sean hannity says he "never pointed" a gun at fox news colleague juan williams, despite a cnn report to the contrary.cnn reported thursday that hannity pointed a gun directly at williams and turned on the laser sight off-air following a heated segment last year.but hannity told the new york daily news that he had been discussing guns and "showed my good friend juan williams my unloaded firearm in a professional and safe manner for educational purposes only."williams said on twitter that he and hannity are "great friends" and the "incident is being sensationalized." he says "everything was under total control throughout and i never felt like i was put in harm's way."fox news tells the daily news "no one was put in any danger."






trump approval hits new low / boing boing


when you can’t wait for the world’s longest meeting to end, the mindless leg bouncing makes your boredom obvious and just annoys everybody else. everyone knows the tps reports need the damn cover sheet, but some sadistic colleague keeps forgetting, probably on purpose just to eat into your lunch hour. enough is enough!while serving a […]what could be more fun than a slingshot that shoots tiny airplanes? a slingshot that shoots tiny glowing airplanes of course! these toy planes are outfitted with ultra-bright leds, so you can fly all night without losing them in the trees.whether you are a regular-sized child, or an overgrown adult one, these light-up flyers offer […]you know the drill. you go to the dentist and they ask you how often you floss. you lie through your teeth and say, “every da






christian charity abuse claims: daughter 'didn't see anything'


the church of england has admitted it failed "terribly", after claims of physical abuse by a former colleague of the archbishop of canterbury justin welby were not reported to police for over 30 years.channel 4 news alleges 22 boys were beaten by former christian charity head, john smyth qc, in the 1970s.one of his daughters told the that having boys around the house was a normal part of her childhood, though she never saw any abuse. her interview has been voiced by an actor to protect her identity.archbishop of canterbury sorry over charity abuse claims






woman wears heavy bomb suit, can't get up / boing boing


when you can’t wait for the world’s longest meeting to end, the mindless leg bouncing makes your boredom obvious and just annoys everybody else. everyone knows the tps reports need the damn cover sheet, but some sadistic colleague keeps forgetting, probably on purpose just to eat into your lunch hour. enough is enough!while serving a […]what could be more fun than a slingshot that shoots tiny airplanes? a slingshot that shoots tiny glowing airplanes of course! these toy planes are outfitted with ultra-bright leds, so you can fly all night without losing them in the trees.whether you are a regular-sized child, or an overgrown adult one, these light-up flyers offer […]you know the drill. you go to the dentist and they ask you how often you floss. you lie through your teeth and say, “every da






"i grew up in the westboro baptist church. here's why i left" / boing boing


when you can’t wait for the world’s longest meeting to end, the mindless leg bouncing makes your boredom obvious and just annoys everybody else. everyone knows the tps reports need the damn cover sheet, but some sadistic colleague keeps forgetting, probably on purpose just to eat into your lunch hour. enough is enough!while serving a […]what could be more fun than a slingshot that shoots tiny airplanes? a slingshot that shoots tiny glowing airplanes of course! these toy planes are outfitted with ultra-bright leds, so you can fly all night without losing them in the trees.whether you are a regular-sized child, or an overgrown adult one, these light-up flyers offer […]you know the drill. you go to the dentist and they ask you how often you floss. you lie through your teeth and say, “every da






first ever snowmobile double backflip


snowmobiles aren’t the best cont tions for tricks, since they’re so big and bulky. but, for the first time ever, this snowmobile driver pulled off a double backflip.full story at youtube.more great sports. posted by josh urich