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sting, wayne shorter win 2017 polar prize


copenhagen, denmark — british ian and singer-songwriter sting and american jazz saxophonist and composer wayne shorter have won the 2017 polar prizes.sting, the stage name of gordon sumner, was cited for putting "down his anchor in more al harbors than perhaps any other artist of his generation."the award panel said tuesday that he "has combined cl ic pop with virtuoso ianship and openness to all genres and sounds."the panel said shorter's "is a means of learning more about all aspects of life and the universe." shorter has worked in art blakey's jazz messengers, miles davis's second great quintet and weather report.both have been invited to receive their awards, including a cash prize of 1 million kronor ($114,000) each, june 15 from swedish king carl xvi gustaf in stockholm.






18 scientific reasons why the work week should be shorter


with the advent of technology, even the nine-to-five routine established during industrial days has stretched into a work week that never quite seems to end, yet science tells us that shorter hours could end up being more beneficial in the end.discover why in this infographic from netcredit, and best of luck with the boss!via netcredit.work smarter with infographics. posted by kate rinsema






wayne shorter brings quartet, and big ideas, to san francisco


wayne shorter makes being 83 look effortless. in the midst of one of the most remarkable late career resurgences in american culture, the saxophone master and ingenious composer has lost none of the intrepid curiosity animating his pervasively influential music since the late 1950s.he continues to lead his volatile quartet, which opens a four-night run thursday at the sfjazz center, while creating new large-ensemble works inspired by his fascination with esoteric physics and speculative science.while his record label, blue note, wouldn’t confirm any details about his first new album in five years, shorter said his upcoming recording is an ambitious multimedia collaboration unlike anything he’s done before. tentatively titled “emanon” (which reads “no name” backwards, using word play also e






microsoft surface pro 3 troubleshooting | problems & solutions


the surface pro 3 remains a popular choice for many professionals who need a basic laptop-tablet hybrid that can handle all the necessary windows/office software. it’s easy to tote around, less expensive than the pro 4, and has specs powerful enough to handle most business tasks. however, the pro 3 still has its issues, especially if it’s been a while since you downloaded all the latest firmware updates.if your pro 3 suddenly stopped working, developed battery issues, or had another problem, you’ve come to the right place. we’ve collected all the most common surface pro 3 issues here, and offered the solutions that get the best results. take a look and troubleshoot your pro 3 until it’s better again!note: where applicable, we’re assuming you have upgraded to windows 10 with these solutions






avocados pricier, in shorter supply for cinco de mayo


wholesale prices have more than doubled in the last year.        






crochet pattern slippers download


download download choose easy knitting patterns for shoes, they are great for beginners to learn how to knit. the only thing needed to knit and purl stitches. you can use a short needle and this will help you to get used to handle them. with short needles you do not have all that extra length to handle. tips for knitting slippersfirst: choose a simple pattern. sandal small so you will finish quickly and have a real sense of achievement. second: choose a shorter needle. you do not need a long needle for sandals. shorter needle is much easier to handle. size 8 to 10 are all good to learn with. third: choose a thick yarn or large. i like working with thick thread when i want a quick project. forth: use the smallest size patterns say if you use one with a choice of sizes. this way you will not






resy


resy offers the best restaurant reservation selection and booking experience anywhere online. we're working with great restaurants around the country to reinvent hospitality using technology. if you're a person who loves dining out but hates h ling for reservations, resy is for you. shorter story, if you want that booth on friday night at 8 pm, it's only two taps away. because not all restaurant reservations are created equal. currently offering service in new york, los angeles, miami, washington dc and san francisco. now and grab a seat.






£14,000 tuition fees planned for shorter degree courses


image caption university tuition fees are set to increase to £9,250 per year universities in england will be able to charge higher annual fees for shorter degree courses, under plans from the government.students will be able to get a degree in two years rather than three - and save a year's living costs.but universities will be able to charge more - and with fee increases in the pipeline, courses could cost more than £14,000 per year.this would make annual fees in england higher than many us state universities.the proposals, expected to be presented by the universities minister jo johnson, would encourage more flexibility over the length of time spent studying for an undergraduate degree.there have been attempts to do this in the past - but there has been little financial incentive for uni






£14,000 tuition fees planned for shorter degree courses


image caption university tuition fees are set to increase to £9,250 per year universities in england will be able to charge higher annual fees for shorter degree courses, under plans from the government.students will be able to get a degree in two years rather than three - and save a year's living costs.but universities will be able to charge more - and with fee increases in the pipeline, courses could cost more than £14,000 per year.this would make annual fees in england higher than many us state universities.the proposals, expected to be presented by the universities minister jo johnson, would encourage more flexibility over the length of time spent studying for an undergraduate degree.there have been attempts to do this in the past - but there has been little financial incentive for uni






£14,000 tuition fees planned for shorter degree courses


image caption university tuition fees are set to increase to £9,250 per year universities in england will be able to charge higher annual fees for shorter degree courses, under plans from the government.students will be able to get a degree in two years rather than three - and save a year's living costs.but universities will be able to charge more - and with fee increases in the pipeline, courses could cost above £14,000 per year.this would make annual fees in england higher than many us state universities.the proposals, expected to be presented by the universities minister jo johnson, would encourage more flexibility over the amount of time spent to study for an undergraduate degree.there have been attempts to do this in the past - but there has been little financial incentive for univers






facebook's latest ambition: becoming a hub for tv-style content


to make its mobile app as indispensable as possible, facebook has introduced live streams, a booming virtual bazaar and free access to some of the best journalism.but among the major missing pieces has been the kind of exclusive, hollywood-style comedies, documentaries and dramas that are found on youtube, amazon, netflix and, to a lesser degree, snapchat. as subscriptions to cable tv decline, theseonline services have been there to capture the shift in subscription and advertising dollars.now, facebook is making its latest play for the lucrative business by teaming up with online news outlets such as buzzfeed and vox to deliver videos that will contain commercial breaks.the companies already make some of the most popular videos on facebook, including mouth-watering cooking clips and anima






buy a cheaper wi-fi day pass on the first, shorter leg of your flight


photo by unsplashwhen you pay for in-flight wi-fi, you typically have a few options. you can pay for a day pass, just pay for the duration of the flight, or pay for 30 minutes at a time. if you have a connecting flight with the same airline, a day pass on your first leg might be a cheaper option.advertisementon a recent american airlines flight from los angeles to new york, i had a quick leg to phoenix. the flight was only about an hour and a half long, so the wi-fi was pretty cheap: about $10 for the flight and $20 for the day. i figured, what’s the point in spending $20 for a day pass? i’ll just buy the $10 on my second, longer leg from phoenix to new york. to my surprise, though, the price for single flight wi-fi during the second leg jumped to $24.95 (and the day pass was nearly $40).






save on a wi-fi day pass by buying it on the first, shorter leg of your flight


photo by unsplashwhen you pay for in-flight wi-fi, you typically have a few options. you can pay for a day pass, just pay for the duration of the flight, or pay for 30 minutes at a time. if you have a connecting flight with the same airline, a day pass on your first leg might be a cheaper option.advertisementon a recent american airlines flight from los angeles to new york, i had a quick leg to phoenix. the flight was only about an hour and a half long, so the wi-fi was pretty cheap: about $10 for the flight and $20 for the day. i figured, what’s the point in spending $20 for a day pass? i’ll just buy the $10 on my second, longer leg from phoenix to new york. to my surprise, though, the price for single flight wi-fi during the second leg jumped to $24.95 (and the day pass was nearly $40).






no shorter sentence for ‘love & hip hop’ star in drug case


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having surgery? prep your immune system ahead of time


you'll increase your odds of a shorter hospital stay, lower chance of returning to the hospital and fewer overall complications, including less infection.        






londoners work '100 hours a year more than rest of the uk'


image copyrightshaun currylondoners work an average of 100 hours a year more than the rest of the uk, according to new data.the office of national statistics (ons) figures show the average working week in london is 33 hours, the longest since the 2008 financial crisis.the average working week in the uk - including part-time work - is 31 hours, according to the figures.the uk works shorter hours than the organisation for economic co-operation and development (oecd) average.london's young demographic, high cost of living and concentration of "higher skilled work" creates a culture of longer hours, according to prof ronald mcquaid.the professor of work and employment at the university of stirling told the bbc: "certain industries, such as financial services, typically work longer hours and th






londoners work '100 hours a year more than rest of the uk


image copyrightshaun currylondoners work an average of 100 hours a year more than the rest of the uk, according to new data.the office of national statistics (ons) figures show the average working week in london is 33 hours, the longest since the 2008 financial crisis.the average working week in the uk - including part-time work - is 31 hours, according to the figures.the uk works shorter hours than the organisation for economic co-operation and development (oecd) average.london's young demographic, high cost of living and concentration of "higher skilled work" creates a culture of longer hours, according to prof ronald mcquaid.the professor of work and employment at the university of stirling told the bbc: "certain industries, such as financial services, typically work longer hours and th






londoners work '100 hours a year more than rest of the uk


image copyrightshaun currylondoners work an average of 100 hours a year more than the rest of the uk, according to new data.the office of national statistics (ons) figures show the average working week in london is 33 hours, the longest since the 2008 financial crisis.the average working week in the uk - including part-time work - is 31 hours, according to the figures.the uk works shorter hours than the organisation for economic co-operation and development (oecd) average.london's young demographic, high cost of living and concentration of "higher skilled work" creates a culture of longer hours, according to prof ronald mcquaid.the professor of work and employment at the university of stirling told the bbc: "certain industries, such as financial services, typically work longer hours and th






londoners work '100 hours a year more than rest of the uk


image copyrightshaun currylondoners work an average of 100 hours a year more than the rest of the uk, according to new data.the office of national statistics (ons) figures show the average working week in london is 33 hours, the longest since the 2008 financial crisis.the average working week in the uk - including part-time work - is 31 hours, according to the figures.the uk works shorter hours than the organisation for economic co-operation and development (oecd) average.london's young demographic, high cost of living and concentration of "higher skilled work" creates a culture of longer hours, according to prof ronald mcquaid.the professor of work and employment at the university of stirling told the bbc: "certain industries, such as financial services, typically work longer hours and th






londoners work '100 hours a year more than rest of the uk


image copyrightshaun currylondoners work an average of 100 hours a year more than the rest of the uk, according to new data.the office of national statistics (ons) figures show the average working week in london is 33 hours, the longest since the 2008 financial crisis.the average working week in the uk - including part-time work - is 31 hours, according to the figures.the uk works shorter hours than the organisation for economic co-operation and development (oecd) average.london's young demographic, high cost of living and concentration of "higher skilled work" creates a culture of longer hours, according to prof ronald mcquaid.the professor of work and employment at the university of stirling told the bbc: "certain industries, such as financial services, typically work longer hours and th






londoners work '100 hours a year more than rest of the uk


image copyrightshaun currylondoners work an average of 100 hours a year more than the rest of the uk, according to new data.the office of national statistics (ons) figures show the average working week in london is 33 hours, the longest since the 2008 financial crisis.the average working week in the uk - including part-time work - is 31 hours, according to the figures.the uk works shorter hours than the organisation for economic co-operation and development (oecd) average.london's young demographic, high cost of living and concentration of "higher skilled work" creates a culture of longer hours, according to prof ronald mcquaid.the professor of work and employment at the university of stirling told the bbc: "certain industries, such as financial services, typically work longer hours and th






colombian slide disaster: here's how the 'debris flow' likely occurred


what happened in mocoa is known as a 'debris flow,' which came during an unusually wet season, topped off with a shorter period of intense r...       






a co-working space for working writers


at the end of a steep driveway, perched above the shops and restaurants of silver lake’s hyperion avenue, author janelle brown stands at the entrance of a cantilevered midcentury modern building, its glass walls cross-hatched with metal sash windows like a translucent rubik’s cube. it’s the kind of tucked away, casually stunning piece of l.a. architecture that looks art-directed, like the set of a tom ford film, and not, perhaps, where one might expect an ad-hoc collective of freelance writers to have taken root. yet here, alongside the bamboo growing in a central courtyard, is suite 8, a unique co-working space shared by novelists, essayists, screenwriters and more, of which brown is a founding member.she is joined by two other founders, erica rothschild, who is quite tall, her hair pulle






lonzo ball's workout for lakers is set for june 7


former ucla point guard lonzo ball plans to have a pre-draft workout with the lakers on june 7, according to a person who requested anonymity because they were not authorized to release the information.the lakers will have the second pick in the draft, which will take place in new york on june 22. ball did not attend the combine, so this workout will give the lakers a chance to meet with him for the first time, see him in some drills and take his measurements.so far, the workout with the lakers is the only pre-draft workout ball has scheduled, but he is also considering working out for the philadelphia 76ers, who have the third pick and the phoenix suns, who have the fourth pick.he will not work out for the boston celtics, the team that won the first overall pick at the draft lottery two w






game of thrones' eighth season will be just six episodes long


image: still via youtubewe’ve known for awhile that the upcoming seventh season of game of thrones will be a shorter run of episodes than usual—as will its follow-up, the (presumably) final season of the series. but now, after some umming and ahhing from hbo, we finally know that season eight will be six episodes long.advertisementthe confirmation came from game of thrones sxsw panel this weekend, where producers david benioff and d.b. weiss confirmed the writing lineup for the next season:the news isn’t really that surprising—benioff and weiss have frequently discussed that the show is heading into its final batch of episodes, but there was some hope that the final season of the show could end up being slightly longer. hbo even held out renewing the show for its final season on the off ch






working hard is not enough. here's 18 ways to work smart


all of us work hard in life – there is no doubt about it. we work hard in our jobs so we can excel at work. we work hard to maintain our relationships. we work hard so we can achieve the best results in our life.after working hard for an extended period of time, there comes a point when we realize that there’s only so much we can do by working hard. don’t get me wrong – working hard is important. i’m a firm advocate of hard work – i can be quite the workaholic. i can go on working non-stop to get something done. hard work is definitely the brick of success.however, when you have 24 hours a day, just like everyone else, you have to start working smart too (on top of working hard) to get the maximum value for your time and effort. working hard gives you results, and working hard and smart at






35 essential chicago food and drink experiences


have a drink at the hancock loungeadam lukach/chicago tribuneto catch a towering panoramic of chicago’s cityscape, you must venture to one of two places: the willis tower or the (slightly shorter) hancock building. while both buildings have observation decks, each comes at a cost — $23 per adult at willis’s skydeck, $20.50 for the hancock’s 360 chicago — and that only includes the view, no guided tours or refreshments to be had. locals know, then, that when such a sky-high desire arises (probably via an out-of-town guest), the veteran move is to head to the hancock, or, more specifically, to the signature lounge on the tower’s 96th floor, where you can grab a drink — raspberry bramble ($16.50) for me, blood orange margarita for her ($17) — and enjoy the same view for practically the same p






£14,000 tuition fees plan for two-year degree courses


image caption university tuition fees are set to increase to £9,250 per year universities in england will be able to charge more than £14,000 per year for a fast-track two year degree, under plans from the government.students would be able to get a degree in two years rather than three - and save a year's living costs.but universities would be able to charge students the price of three years of tuition fees for these accelerated two year courses.this would make annual fees in england higher than many us state universities.universities minister jo johnson told university leaders such flexibility would make courses more attractive for mature students and disadvantaged youngsters who might be put off by a full three year degree.the minister said that the option of two-year courses would help






why 'working mom' is a title that barely scratches the surface


the "working mother" never stops working. their contributions to the workplace and their families is something to celebrate on mother's day, and every day.        






£14,000 tuition fees planned for shorter courses


image caption university tuition fees are set to increase to £9,250 per year universities in england will be able to charge higher annual fees for shorter degree courses, under plans from the government.students will be able to get a degree in two years rather than three - and save a year's living costs.but universities will be able to charge more - and with fee increases in the pipeline courses this could cost above £14,000 per year.this would make annual fees in england higher than many us state universities.the proposals, expected to be presented by the universities minister jo johnson, would encourage more flexibility over the amount of time spent to study for an undergraduate degree.there have been attempts to do this in the past - but there has been little financial incentive for uni






juno jupiter probe won't move into shorter orbit after all


nasa's juno spacecraft won't move into a closer orbit around jupiter as originally planned, agency officials announced today (feb. 17).






'a firm stance is required,' says 'the office' tv writer mike schur


with negotiations to avert a hollywood writers' strike stretching into the final days, mike schur, one of tv’s funniest and most incisive writers, said an entertainment industry increasingly defined by streaming, shorter seasons and corporate profits have put mounting pressure on writers.schur, whose credits include “the office,” “parks and recreation” and creator of nbc’s “the good place,” answered a few questions regarding a possible strike, the internet and the writing life in hollywood.would you explain why you do or do not support a strike?i support, unconditionally, reasonable demands made by any labor force in america. the fact that the management in this case has done so absurdly well in the last 15 or so years only makes the support that much easier. like many writers, especially






school funding: shorter school week should be considered, say head teachers


image copyrightgetty imageshead teachers could bring in a four-and-a-half day week in schools around england as they grapple with £3bn in budget pressures.heads at the national association of head teachers conference said ministers had not been listening to their plight.they backed a motion giving their leaders licence to explore all available options - including a shorter school week - to protect education.the government insists school funding has never been higher.it says funding will rise to £41bn in the next year.'despairing'head teacher graham frost said at the conference in telford that the line from the government was like "a recorded message" that came back every time the issue was raised.and this was driving heads "crazy", he said."we are not advocating a four-and-a-half day week,






school funding: shorter school week should be considered, say head teachers


image copyrightgetty imageshead teachers could bring in a four-and-a-half day week in schools around england as they grapple with £3bn in budget pressures.heads at the national association of head teachers conference said ministers had not been listening to their plight.they backed a motion giving their leaders licence to explore all available options - including a shorter school week - to protect education.the government insists school funding has never been higher.it says funding will rise to £41bn in the next year.'despairing'head teacher graham frost said at the conference in telford that the line from the government was like "a recorded message" that came back every time the issue was raised.and this was driving heads "crazy", he said."we are not advocating a four-and-a-half day week,






school funding: shorter school week should be considered, say head teachers


image copyrightgetty imageshead teachers could bring in a four-and-a-half day week in schools around england as they grapple with £3bn in budget pressures.heads at the national association of head teachers conference said ministers had not been listening to their plight.they backed a motion giving their leaders licence to explore all available options - including a shorter school week - to protect education.the government insists school funding has never been higher.it says funding will rise to £41bn in the next year.'despairing'head teacher graham frost said at the conference in telford that the line from the government was like "a recorded message" that came back every time the issue was raised.and this was driving heads "crazy", he said."we are not advocating a four-and-a-half day week,






school funding: shorter school week should be considered, say head teachers


image copyrightgetty imageshead teachers could bring in a four-and-a-half day week in schools around england as they grapple with £3bn in budget pressures.heads at the national association of head teachers conference said ministers had not been listening to their plight.they backed a motion giving their leaders licence to explore all available options - including a shorter school week - to protect education.the government insists school funding has never been higher.it says funding will rise to £41bn in the next year.'despairing'head teacher graham frost said at the conference in telford that the line from the government was like "a recorded message" that came back every time the issue was raised.and this was driving heads "crazy", he said."we are not advocating a four-and-a-half day week,






school funding: shorter school week should be considered, say head teachers


image copyrightgetty imageshead teachers could bring in a four-and-a-half day week in schools around england as they grapple with £3bn in budget pressures.heads at the national association of head teachers conference said ministers had not been listening to their plight.they backed a motion giving their leaders licence to explore all available options - including a shorter school week - to protect education.the government insists school funding has never been higher.it says funding will rise to £41bn in the next year.'despairing'head teacher graham frost said at the conference in telford that the line from the government was like "a recorded message" that came back every time the issue was raised.and this was driving heads "crazy", he said."we are not advocating a four-and-a-half day week,






preity zinta is beauty personified as she walks the ramp at lakme fashion week 2


preity zinta is beauty personified as she walks the ramp at lakme fashion week 2017the pretty preity zinta was spotted on the head ramp of lakme fashion week 2017 for designer sanjukta dutta. pz looked like a million bucks in the traditional silk mekhela chador outfit in red and black while walking down the ramp. embellished with big jhumkas, golden bangles, bindi and wearing her dazzling dimpled smile, preity was beauty personified as she strutted down the ramp. the collection designed by sanjukta was everything from gorgeous colour play to vibrant embroidery. as scintillating as the showstopper!we totally love preity in this look at lfw, do you?1/10all comments (0)preity zinta2/10all comments (0)preity zinta3/10all comments (0)preity zinta4/10all comments (0)preity zinta5/10all comments